Keyser Soze once said the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. I disagree. The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was making me think of Eddie Money’s “Walk on Water” whenever someone mentions Jesus.
Hey, that song is catchy!
Anyway, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight titleholder Michael Bisping — like most of the promotion’s roster — does not appreciate the special treatment afforded to reigning lightweight kingpin Conor McGregor, who gets to do … well, whatever the fuck he wants.
Blame the needle.
For those of you familiar with the movie Unbreakable, you’ll know that for every hero there exists a corresponding villain. So if “Notorious” is Jesus Christ, then “The Count” must be … the Anti-Christ.
From his official podcast (via International Business Times):
“Whatever I do, I get shit off everybody. Conor McGregor can do no wrong, he is Jesus reincarnated. He can walk on water, he can do whatever the fuck he wants. He can leave the sport of UFC and go chase a boxing match and that’s still the best thing ever, holding up two divisions whilst he’s at it. But me, Jesus Christ, all I tried to do is get a big payday and I’m the scum of the earth, I’m the devil. The top seven are calling me out. Whichever one of them, because they’re all tough guys, let’s be honest, whichever one I pick, the other six are all going to bitch and whine and complain. So you can’t win. I’m fighting Georges St-Pierre, fucking deal with it.”
It would probably be easier to deal with if we knew when he was fighting St-Pierre.
It’s no secret Bisping was (and is) the most sought-after fighter in the UFC line up, a phenomenon that occurred before he became 185-pound champ. Now that he wears the middleweight crown, and defends it willy-nilly, he’s become even more reviled.
Poor Bizzy can’t catch a break. Whatever happened to Sympathy for the Devil?
Source:: mma mania