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Time again for the most important pre-fight analysis of any UFC card. How do the nicknames at UFC on ESPN+ 2 stack up? We consult UFC.com, Tapology, Sherdog, and Wikipedia to find out.
There always has to be one, doesn’t there? We just can’t have a UFC event without a Spartan these days. And yet still no love for the Athenians or the Corinthians or the Thebans. Just sad.
Sometimes no nickname is better than a horribly overused one.
Hey, what was the name of that Liam Neeson movie? The one where he says the thing on the phone? And they just kept making more and more of them? Gah, it’s right at the tip of my tongue. I think it was called … oh right, TAKEN!
This is weird. Tapology and Sherdog list no nicknames for her. She doesn’t have a Wikipedia page. Only UFC.com lists this nickname, and in English it appears to mean “not.” Not what? I have no idea. But what I’m NOT going to do is spend any more time thinking about it.
His actual last name is Carneiro, but this is one of those Brazilian things where the nickname (which translates to “mohawk”) just became his name. And honestly, it’s not a terrible one. Except, wait, shouldn’t he have an actual mohawk? His hair looks so … normal. ‘Sup with that?
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