Two UFC Legends Enter Into The Adult Entertainment Industry

UFC President Dana White responds to being cussed out on social media by Mark Hunt after he was removed from the main event of UFC Fight Night Sydney.

Times, they are-a-changin’. Gone are the days when fighters used to be more concerned with what kind of party they’re going to get access to after their fight, rather than be one-hundred percent concentrated on their upcoming fight. The athletes of today are more concerned with their resting heart rates than they are finding a party, and perhaps two Ultimate Fighting Championship legends can change that.

Las Vegas, Nevada is without a doubt fight central for mixed martial arts fans, so it was a no-brainer when octagon veterans Phil Baroni and UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar were given the opportunity to invest in “The Legend’s Room”, a ridiculously upscale gentlemen’s club.

“Legend’s Room” will be the first strip club to operate on bitcoins and cryptocurrency, which is a sign that even more industries are adapting with the evolution of technology. You will have to pay a grand total of $5,000 just to get in the club which is allegedly partially owned by Bonnar [via. Middle Easy].

What do you think? Will you support a brave company utilizing bitcoin as their main form of currency, or will you avoid this like the plague while you’re in Vegas?

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