Seriously, there's a limit to how far we all should go just to talk about awesome fights, so let's cut the "war" talk out already.
We easily have the ability to tell others to not be surprised if one of two men involved in a fight cuts the other open, just as we all have the ability to say a fight will be a back-and-forth affair or that a fight might be a barn-burner, or even that a fight will be something from out of a video game and a bout that ranks among the the most legendary bouts in the history of the sport.
We have the ability to describe the bout in any way possible, and yet we decide to play the "war" card.
So a cage fight is war, eh?
Y'all know what a war is, yes?
Well, Tim Kennedy might be able to shine a better light on that, as would Brian Stann as far as the mental aspect of it all, but what relevance does the grind of preparing for a sanctioned MMA bout have to the mind-scarring reality of what a war is?
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