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MMA dudes decisively win Owasso golf course brawl…

8:21 AM EDT on May 3, 2023

If I ever walk into a breastaurant sports bar in hell, which I guess could happen some eternal day, there’s a good chance that they’ll only have flat wings on the menu, I’ll get stuck with the waitress who looks like she just cooked some meth (you know the one), and, worst of all, the only sports being shown on the TVs will be MMA and golf.

Although I’m a cold-blooded American sports guy, I’ve just never been able to get into those boring sports.

I don’t know if it’s because I wasn’t either rich or tough enough to play them, or that they both have the most annoying dude-brah fans, but I’d rather listen to Regular Jim Traber and Jules talk about The Bachelor for 30 minutes than watch some wealthy white dude swing a galvanized rod at a tiny little ball, or two tattooed douche bags fight each other and then go hug Joe Rogan. 

That being said, I do kind of like watching social media videos of a bunch of MMA dudes beating up some golf club residents at a golf course up in Owasso! 

Check out this video from that Tulsa’s KOTV Channel 6 sports anchor shared on Twitter. It apparently took place at the Bailey Ranch Golf Club in Owasso:

That’s pretty badass. If every televised golf tournament included a golfer getting pummeled after shooting a double bogey, I bet more people would tune-in! And just imagine how fun MMA would be if they gave the fighters golf clubs to use as weapons. Maybe then it would be worth ordering on pay-per-view!

TJ would file some follow-up tweets explaining what happened:

From my limited experience with physical altercations, usually, both sides are right. I bet the kids were being typical golfer pricks, and the MMA dudes were being road-raging dicks, and fortunately for us, we got to see what happened when they combined. 

Stay with The Lost Ogle. We’ll keep you advised. 

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