Strikeforce Brawl

April 18, 2010 by Post Team 

Strikeforce BrawlStrikeforce Brawl:Jason Mayhem Miller has gone and done just what its title says it: the chaos created but I do not think it was entirely her fault if what you say is true. He went to the fore to interfere with the victory Jake Shields, asking for a rematch, only to be rejected by one of Gilbert’s cronies Mendelez Shield and then all hell broke loose in the Brawl Strikeforce as people restricted Jake Jason Mayhem Miller, while everyone else jumped on it to give you the beating of his life.

Strikeforce brawl was something that came out of nowhere and an interview with Diaz tells of how suddenly everything was as he could not understand what had happened. Meanwhile, while the Strikeforce Brawl was going on, the commentator of the show, Gus, was angry with the outcome as he started saying things like this were common in those events, but later lost the calm while shouting the fact they were on live television.

The Strikeforce Brawl may have created some real excitement in the uniform but it’s nothing that CBS can be proud of what they behaved like animals. An aerial view showed us what happened and it must have been terrible for Miller, who was detained for up to six people, if not more – I lost count after the sixth. Miller was in a happy mood before the fight in Strikeforce, but I’m not so sure that he feels the same now.

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