Honestly, I have no idea what people see in so-called Ultimate Fighting. It’s not ultimate – it still has rules. I mean, if you want to get ultimate, use guns.
But, West Virginia is trying to capitalize on the cage rage and bring half-naked, oiled up men, who cannot keep their hands off of each other to our borders.
Mixed martial arts, also known as ultimate fighting or cage fighting, is legal in most other states. Competitors can use a variety of fighting techniques while standing or on the ground. A final House vote on legalization is scheduled for today.
Earlier this week, at the request of Delegate Randy Swartzmiller, D-Hancock, the House of Delegates Government Organization Committee added a provision legalizing the sport to a bill (HB2562) meant to restructure the state Athletic Commission.
While, of course, at the same time, running bills to protect the sanctity of traditional marriage. No, not by banning divorce but by making it law that marriage is between one man and one woman.
Ironic, don’t you think?