Some people are religious, some are superstitious. I’m all about the mojo. Good in bed? It’s all about the mojo. Closing the big deals? All about the mojo? Winning your fights? Mojo. Writing good blogs on Mojo!

So please don’t think the lack of updates have been because I don’t care or love you guys. For the past few days I’ve been staring at my screen trying to get my shit rolling again. As I’ve said above, it’s all about the mojo and it’s a mysterious thing. Sean Salmon agrees with me. After dropping two fights in the UFC he went out on a quest to find his mojo, and from the tone of his latest post on I’d say he’s found it:

Whether you’re a fan of mine or not (I prefer you’re a fan), I am moving to the top. Jump on board, get out of the way, or get run over. I do not need to hate my opponent to fuel my desire to win; I just need to win from now on. I have a long road in front of me, but that is how I want it right now. I have found The Angry, and I have found my desire to succeed.

My motto right now: “I don’t care how tough you are; my goal is to separate you from your desire to succeed.” That means I’m coming after your ass from the opening bell until the ref pushes me off of you.

I’ve always had a soft spot for Sean, despite the fact that he’s a wrestler. He also looks like a cross between Frankenstein and a not so giant Andre the Giant. That crane kick was pretty whack too. Anyways … in my opinion he was doing pretty damned good against Rashad Evans until he got his head kicked off, and his loss to Belcher was way to quick to draw any real conclusions on his skill. I’ll be keeping my eye on Salmon to see how he develops, and here’s hoping things work out for him.