Now that my home is my home and not inhabited by anyone who likes to scream and throw things at me, there aren’t many other places I’d rather be right now. In fact, at this moment I can only think of three places:
- Colorado to watch the UFC Fight Night live
- Los Angeles to see Roxy Modafferi fight tomorrow night
- The Armenian UFC Fight Night party in Glendale
What the hell is that third one? Check this out:
On top of the Ultimate Fighting Championship card that’s sold out for Wednesday night’s “Fight Night” event in Broomfield, Colo., another capacity crowd is expected when a $20 all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink Armenian party is scheduled at Anush Banquet Hall in Glendale.
The food and drink are only a bonus.
The main draw is the action that will be shown on a 72-inch television screen airing the Spike TV broadcast of bouts including three Armenian fighters from Southern California: Karo Parisyan, his cousin Manny Gamburyan and longtime friend Roman Mitichyan. The telecast is from 7 to 10 p.m. PDT.
Karo Parisyan is a crazy mother fucker, and he’s a rich, successful, and sober Armenian (or at least he’s sober when we see him on TV). I just can’t imagine what watching a UFC event in a room full of Armenians full of beer, sausage, and testosterone would be like.