A note to athlete's to any sport; if you verbally, or non-verbally, ask your opponent to "bring it on" (or some other confrontational variation), you better be ready to take what's coming your way.

Amateur mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, Shai Lindsey learned that lesson the hard way during a fight against Carlo Juinio this past Sunday. After trading punches in the final 15-seconds of the second round, Lindsey backed up, cracked a smile, then threw his hands out to his sides encouraging Juinio to show him what he had. Juinio was happy to oblige.

I. Love. This.

Arrogant people don't sit well with me. Just because you're more gifted in a certain area, whether it's athletics, academics, or whatever, doesn't give you the right to flaunt it or believe that you're better than everyone else. I'm also a firm believer in karma, and as the saying goes, it can be a b---h, or in this case, a swift kick to the face.