I know this might come as a shock to some of you folks in the Northeast, but people occasionally get drunk when they head to Las Vegas for some fun and frolicking, particularly when patronizing a bar or restaurant.
So, the fine customers of this unnamed establishment were probably not surprised to see yet another nondescript knucklehead getting rowdy in “Sin City,” as part of International Fight Week, but when said goofball started threatening waiters for challenging his boorish behavior, things took a turn for the worse.
For him, not them.
“How do you spend the night before your UFC Hall of fame induction? You subdue some asshole drunk that was threatening waiters then tries to swing on you,” Pastaweight Champion Matt Serra wrote on social media, along with the hashtag “jiu-jitsu.”
While the humbled tough guy threatened legal action, Serra might be the one pressing charges for letting his meatballs get cold.
Wait a second ... is it possible “Pee Wee” was wrong?
SpeakEasy wrote:I thought this was great.
I am not a huge Serra fan but more often than not I enjoy the articles that pop up about him.
He seems like a genuinely nice loud mouth, like a beagle, just yappy and small but if they could choose they'd take head rubs over head bashing.
The disconcerting thing I found was the response people had, saying Serra was in the wrong.
A commenter I saw on junkie really thought Serra should've just called the cops and sat through this drunks display of stupidity and arrogance.
Just baffles me, I did behavioral psyche in university, and I'm still baffled by this evolution of the bystander effect.
Kudos to Matt, I hope he is uninjured as that looked to be the most activity he's done between meals in a while.
While he may not be the most deserving hall of fame guy I do believe he's an excellent and honest ambassador of the sport we all love.