Thursday, January 10, 2008

Ten Things Learned From Reading "Made in America: The Most Dominant Champion in UFC History"

MMA Journalist purchased a copy of former UFC champ Matt Hughes' book, "Made in America: The Most Dominant Champion in UFC History", the day it went on sale. As it rarely contained words of more than two syllables, and subjects not pertaining to God received only a cursory examination, it's entirely possible to finish the book in one night. Ten things learned from reading "Made in America": 1. Hughes really likes Jesus. 2. Hughes really does not like Frank Trigg. 3. Hughes could go either way on Tim Sylvia. 4. Mullets were cool back in Hillsboro when Hughes was growing up. 5. Hughes ain't a playa, he just crushes a lot. 6. Twins Matt and Mark needed a big brother to kick their asses when they were young. Seriously. Those kids were destructive as hell. 7. The Randy Couture love/hate saga has thankfully been resolved. 8. Don't go to a wedding in the Midwest without being prepared to brawl. 9. Hughes is not afraid to take a leak on a Las Vegas bar if the bathroom is too far away. 10. Hughes really, really likes Jesus.