MMA fighter Brett Rogers beat his wife in front of his kids, which is awful. He also had the strange, nauseating gall to try to spin the experience into a redemption narrative, which is also awful. The least that anyone writing about him can do is not help him out.
The NHL lockout looks likely to go on for some time. Based on this (imaginary) pilot, the exceedingly nasty and fraught fashion critique television show featuring unemployed NHL buds Sean Avery and Ryan Callahan may not last very long at all. But have you ever had an imaginary television show? Like, even one episode of one?
UFC 152 is in the books; but what do Hall & Oates and Super Soldier Serum have to do with the NFL replacement referee of fighting promotions?
With the Jon "Bones" Jones fight only a week away, and an Anderson Silva-Stephan Bonnar fight coming up at UFC 153, MMA fans can anticipate a lot of ... something. Tim Marchman and Tomas Rios are sure of that, and also, what Dana White looks like teaching Boxercize classes.
It's easy to get grumpy with the UFC's shenanigans. So, to lift your spirits and better understand one of the sport's stranger and more endearing fighters, we present this GIF-aided examination of what makes rising star Chan Sung Jung, "The Korean Zombie" to some and a savage Corgi to others, so very awesome to watch.