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I was reading an interview with Andrei Arlovski pre-UFC82, and is it just me or have his sponsors gotten kinda shitty? Thanks, Andrei. We know you’re pressed for time. Good luck against O’Brien and with everything else going forward. Are there any sponsors you like to plug before we wrap this up?

Andrei Arlovski: Yes, thank you. I have two new sponsors, and I would like to thank the rest of my sponsors, Dreamsoft, Prestige Auto Gallery and Geneva Seal for their continued support.

I’ve only had a few experiences with Cafe Press, and they all involved paying way too much for a shirt that disintegrated the first time I washed it. And while my brutal body odor and perspiration problems may have had something to do with that, I place the majority of the blame on the fact that Cafe Press sucks gigantic rainbow colored cocks.

Cafe Press is where everyone with a cracked copy of photoshop and aspirations of running a terrible clothing line go. And taking a look at Arlovski’s Cafe Press store, it certainly seems to fit the trend. Terrible designs. And the prices! 26 fucking dollars for a t-shirt. Oh well, if you’re a few bucks short you can always go budget and pick up a doggie shirt for 19.99.

  • kentyman says:

    That picture looks more like Justin McCully than Andrei Arlovski.

  • Omomatta says:

    That’s the gayest pitbull I’ve ever seen.

  • cingred says:

    I could be wrong, but cafepress just does that – they press your own designs for you. And give you a kickback… fact, I watched old All-Access shows and that was the logo on Andrei’s old website.

  • yep, they use shitty heat transfers to do it, terrible quality. The whole idea is you upload a shitty jpg image and they slap it onto 101 different options. Someone buys one, they print a transfer and iron it on, ship it out.

    Problem with that is the quality sucks balls and the price is RETARDED.