If, like me, you spent your weekend imbibing too much, exercising too little and eating food stuff which does little more than narrow your arteries then you’re probably not in the mood to be mentally challenged.
So turn off your brain for a few minutes and watch a few grown men punch each other in the face.
The UFC had it’s 4th card in the space of a week in Glasgow, a bill topped by the relentless Michael Bisping, and on Friday night Bellator 140 served up an entertaining card littered with impressive finishes in Connecticut.
On the main card in Glasgow, 25 year-old Scot Stevie Ray made an eye-catching UFC debut stopping Brazilian fighter Leonardo Mafra in the first round to pick up a $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus.
Fellow Scotland native Rob Whiteford improved to 2-1 in the UFC with this first round KO of Dubliner Paul Redmond.
On the Bellator 140 card English fighter Michael Page maintained his 100% professional record by stopping the wonderfully named Rudy Bears in 65 seconds. Page is now 8-0 and looking every bit a future title-challenger.