Continuing our coverage here on the WEC’s Josh Grispi being a badass, here’s Jake Rossen pointing out Grispi’s size advantage:
Josh Grispi, who fights L.C. Davis on Sunday, is a 145-pound featherweight who can ride any theme park attraction he wants. He walks at 172 pounds, larger than some lightweights. While cutting 25 pounds isn’t unusual for bigger men, slicing that much off your weight when you’re in the WEC’s lighter divisions is some kind of feat.