Well, I think her and I compliment each other. I'm the blond, she's the brunette, we're the same height. We kind of have the same thing going for us but in completely different elements. And that's really important in any male fantasy, having one of each. Brittney Palmer just said what we were all thinking while watching this video, or any other material involving sexy, scantily clad women.
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Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer’s lingerie photoshoot will leave you breathless
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Facebook Icon The letter F. Easily one of his most recognizable quotes, Goldberg's infamous mainstay has become a commentary go-to right before the action starts. Even if you don't like it, at least his four-word catch phrase will spark some friendly sip disbursement among your fellow drinkers. The UFC has seen some of the best fight-ending maneuvers ever just in the past few years, including Anderson Silva 's front heel kick, Edson Barboza's roundhouse kick and Frank Mir 's arm-breaking kimura.
Nonetheless, Goldberg has too many references at his disposal.
Start filling those shot glasses. I'll be the first person to remark over how drop dead gorgeous Brittney Palmer, Arianny Celeste and Chandella Powell are, but enough is enough. Even though it seems rare, the UFC's competitive nature and tightly-knit divisions offers fans a lot of chances to hear Goldberg stress identical tale of the tapes. So when the Octagon combatants even the scales, both you and your buddies with be cocking back some cold brews.
It seems as if Dana White, Joe Silva and the Fertitta brothers are sometimes more popular than the in-ring action and the fighters involved. And while I fully understand the importance of promotional authorities, fight schedulers and secret money managers, when the action is boiling over the cage, please refrain from mentioning these corporate suits.
I can't tell you how many times Joe Rogan has bailed Mike Goldberg out of a sticky, unintelligent situation.
At this point in the game, Goldberg's infamous end of the fight catch phrase may also describe your state of intoxication.