And with one overhand right, a lummox delivered what might be the most stunning shift of momentum in Ultimate Fighting Championship history.
Jimmy Vasser is not one to cry over spilled milk. So he doesn’t regret that when he had his best opportunity to swig some in Victory Lane at the Indianapolis 500, he was off running in a rival series.
When you grow to this point, from one guy wearing a boxing glove and another wearing a jiujitsu kimono to producing some of the world’s most recognizable fighters, from media gatherings of three reporters asking questions to conference calls with more than 100, from childhood buddies spending $2 million on a struggling company and turning it into a billion-dollar venture, significant moments aren’t lacking.
Nothing about the Phoenix Suns should lead anyone to believe they just suffered a crushing blow, that they are devastated and incapable of fighting back. Not with Steve Nash leading the charge.
Tim Chambers makes a straight line with his finger. Just draws it in the air.