Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Summoning, Jan 20, 2020.
Fedor's Last Uchimata:
Why is a Russian coming out to something called "Serbian Song"?
EDIT I just looked up the lyrics. It's written from the POV of a Serbian soldier going to the battle of Kosovo where he knows he's going to die. The chorus goes:
Farewell my first unborn son,
Farewell rose, farewell rosemary.
Farewell to summer, autumn and winter,
We are leaving never to return.
Why would you want to walk out to your fight with a song that insinuates you're going to lose?
I wonder how much vodka he can drink by himself comfortably
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he stopped drinking alcohol he said, but I am sure the dude can drink a lot ...
Shut up you hall monitor narc bitch
I feel like he probably squeezes vodka out of fresh potatoes and drinks it
Fedors other song "oy to ne vecher" had similar lyrics and I wondered the same thing. But it's a tragic Russian thing. Makes sense to them I guess.
@shoorik1987 what say you?
The way I read that is that he's going out to battle with nothing to lose. Essentially going to fight to the death and going out on his shield. I could also be overthinking it.
Go rewatch a pride dvd!
Dont need to. I got fight pass! But it aint a BAD FUCKIN IDEA
The actual GOAT. Just so Goaty all the time.
This one is also very intense and epic.
That’s what goats do...
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