Moooom, BJ threw Kool-Aid on me!
Following in the footsteps of other belt-challenged lightweights like Kenny Florian and Tyson “Badonkadonk” Griffin, Joe “Daddy” Stevenson has decided to put himself on a starvation diet and make the leap into the UFC’s budding 145lb featherweight division at “UFC on Versus 4.” He’ll be facing none other than Javier Vasquez, who holds submission wins over Jens “Lil Burned-Out” Pulver and Mackens Semezier and is coming off a loss to Chad Mendes at WEC 52.
I’m not particularly surprised that Stevenson is looking to make a change considering he just got knocked out by a guy who doesn’t eat cheese, enduring his latest setback in a three-fight losing streak. Stevenson also suffers from the terrible disease known as Sherk-itis, a reach disorder that causes the infected person to whiff on hundreds of jabs and hooks during every single one of his fights. Will dropping to 145 cure him of this horrible affliction?