Hey, man. It’s a bungle in the Square Jungle. And that’s, like, totally alright by me, man. And I KNOW it’s totally alright with Carlos Acevedo.
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Kool and the Gang never had a Jungle Boogie this funky. Here’s Carlos Acevedo with your scenario of celebrated snark. Smell it. You know you wanna.
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What’s the difference between boxing and a jungle? Well, one has wild animals and no human rationale. The other is boxing.
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If there’s a mantra in which your fearless editor subscribes, it’s “Believe in the antihero.” Some abuse the adage, however…
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This week’s Square Jungle covers New York State, the Big Apple, seemingly riddled with one bad seed after another.
In the Jungle, the Square-ish Jungle, the Carlos beefs tonight…wait, he HAS a beef; he’s not, like, farting…or he might be.
You know where you are? You’re in the Square Jungle, baby! You’re gonna…well…probably gonna learn something useful, kid.
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It’s a jungle out there…but Carlos Acevedo knows exactly how to swing through it, sharing his path with you, the UCNation.
In this edition of “The Square Jungle,” Carlos Acevedo touches upon Alvarez-Lara, lack of pay-per-view gravitas and more.
Today, Carlos Acevedo reveals that strategy behind big – or not-so-big – fight programming remains somewhat bizarre.
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