A few observations on this week’s episode of the biggest fight series in South Florida since Kimbo beat Afropuff and Big Mac on the same day in the boat yard.
– The new theme song is as lame as it gets. The credits tell us nothing. No idea why they did this.
– Is American Top Team saving its best fighters for when the point values increase? But then the best fighters don’t get to fight twice. Are they just not that good?
– Was Valdir “Baby Monster” Araujo motivated by ATT’s Michael Graves stealing his wine?
– Does the house really have a spa and sauna — only on the Blackzilians’ side of the house?
– Where is Dana White filming all his cutaways? Is NORAD involved?
– Lots of cameos by TUF alumni: Rashad Evans (Blackzilians), Din Thomas (ATT), Robbie Lawler (ATT), Michael Johnson (Blackzilians).
– Will Florida refs ever break up the fight when it’s stalemated against the cage?
– ATT’s Nathan Coy might have made the snappiest comeback in TUF history. ATT’s Steve Carl missed weight and needed to cut a bit, so he headed for the Blackzilian sauna. A couple of Blackzilians took issue, to which the incredulous Florida commission guy asked, “Um, you guys didn’t work this out in advance?” Blackzilian Tyrone Spong tried to kick Carl out, justifying it with a trite “In war, there are no rules.” Coy: “If there’s no rules, we’ll stand here and barricade the (bleep) sauna.” Gotcha there.
– If your corner tells you to punch … punch! Steve Carl didn’t, and ATT is down 75-0.