The last weekend of January saw the Strikeforce MMA debut of Bobby Lashley. Lashley is best known for his run at pro-wrestling, wrestling for Vince McMahon's WWE and Hulk Hogan's TNA.
Lashley, 33, is not only a former 'WWE Superstar', but he's also a former amateur wrestling champion and member of the United States Army. He's also built, fittingly enough, like a tank.
Lashley, in his Strikeforce debut, mopped the ring with some guy named Wes Sims. Sims, one of the tallest MMA fighters at 6-foot-8, has a professional record of 22 wins, 13 losses, one draw and two no-contests. Lashley made him look like a rookie.
Now Sims has something to say.
Sims, after his humbling defeat, took to YouTube to accuse Lashley of being on 'the juice', claiming there was no pre-match drug testing. He also claims Lashley had to be warned several times about going to Sims' throat. Sims even went so far to claim he was in a 'two on one' situation, believing the referree improperly stopped the match early.
Apparently, his loss to Lashley was everyone's fault--but his own.