Chael Sonnen Talks Politics On ESPN Radio

Chael Sonnen Talks Politics On ESPN Radio

Aspiring politician Chael Sonnen talks with Steve Cofield about his political philosophies as he gears up to run for Oregon state representative.


  1. Oswald Gobblecock

    February 12, 2010 at 12:51 pm

    Actually, Chuck beat Vitor in the stand up and Silva has never lost a stand up fight. Glad this Chael guy knows his facts! < Sarcasm

  2. Dave

    February 12, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    By the way Gobbledouche, Chonan bitched Silva in a "stand up fight". Do you know what a Flying Scissor Heel Hook is? That is a submission generated from the stand up position. So you aren't just sarcastic, you're wrong too! "Silva has never lost a stand up fight." hahahaha precious! Since it didn't air on Spike, here is the link so you can see it:

  3. Oswald Gobblecock

    February 12, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    Wow, what a clever "insult" you just tried to lay on me. I bet that took alot of thought for you. It's like Richard Pryor was reincarnated. I definitely stung you in that other post which you still haven't recovered from cause I see your battle wounds and now you're like the DVD commentary that nobody wants to hear. Anderson Silva picked Chonan's ass apart up until that point and lets see if Chonan could do that to Silva now that he actually knows some BJJ now. lol I bet your dumb ass still hating like you do will say he could to wouldn't ya Credit Card Dave? I'll bet you're the type of guy who takes out his aggression on here cause you damn sure won't say anything to anybody in real life. I bet when you piss off somebody with your talk, which makes them think what else you could do with that dirty mouth of yours, you probably get scared to the point where you go to church and ask God to please not let them hurt you. Let's face it, you love church anyway cause they let you stay on your knees as long as you want.

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