With a perfect 11-0 record, Michael “Venom” Page has made a name for himself as one of the flashiest young KO artists in MMA today. Today in London, Page would face his toughest test to date in the form of grizzled 38-fight vet Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos.
Santos, a former Strikeforce and Cage Rage title challenger, would not only earn his way onto Page’s growing highlight reel on this night – he’d also find himself on the wrong end of a vicious KO that is guaranteed to go viral.
Make no mistake about it, Pokémon Go is currently the hottest thing going right now. With over 21 million downloads since its release just 10 days ago in the States, it’s changed the game as far as mobile gaming is concerned. Saying that it’s done wonderful things for Nintendo’s stock would be a multi-billion dollar understatement. Even if you’ve been stuck under a rock for the past couple of weeks you’ve been forced to listen to Pokémon trainers as they come and go while your cries for help fall upon deaf ears. Pokémon Go has even made its way into the world of mixed martial arts. For example, earlier today in London, Michael “Venom” Page caught himself a Cyborg.
via Bellator MMA: Bellator, better yet, mixed martial arts may not be your cup of tea, but right now, the world is abuzz about Pokemon Go. Bellator MMA Welterweight Michael “Venom” Page just took the craze to new heights, after knocking out Evangelista “Cyborg” with a vicious flying knee, “MVP” then proceeded to pull out a poke ball and roll it towards his downed opponent, adding a “Cyborg” to his continuously growing Pokedex.
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