Sunday, January 2, 2011

UFC Fighter cuts a promo on President Barack Obama - Jacob Volkmann after his Victory at UFC 125

VIDEO: Jacob Volkmann Calls Out Barack Obama After UFC 125 Win

After Jacob Volkmann's decision victory over veteran Antonio McKee at UFC 125, he was interviewed by MMAFighting's Ariel Helwani who got another major scoop when the interview deviated from a standard post-fight chat into a wrestling-style promo. Jacob speaking as a concerned Small Business operator calls out the American President over his healthcare policy and its impact on his Chiropractic practice.

This is another major scoop for Ariel Helwani after being involved in many of the Fight World's most memorable moments of 2010. Listen to Helwani talking to friend-of-Show 'Live Audio Wrestling' discussing the many times he has been "at the right place at the right time".
UFC 125: Jacob Volkmann Calls Out Barack Obama After UFC 125 Win (skip to 3min mark)
ARIEL HELWANI: Now you got a big win over a veteran, who do you want next?
JACOB VOLKMANN: It doesn't matter, [Clay] Guida. I don't now. Actually Obama.

HELWANI: Wow! You're calling out Barack Obama, that's pretty big. That's ballsy.
VOLKMANN: He's not too bright. The Making Home Affordable plan, and then his health care plan. Somebody's gotta knock some sense into that idiot.

HELWANI: Wow this interview just took a turn into the political world. Are you a Sarah Palin fan? Please say no.
VOLKMANN: No! I just don't like what Barack was doing. Cuz i'm a chiropractor so I know the healthcare situation is not good but he's making it worse

HELWANI: This is the most I've ever seen you fired up
VOLKMANN: Yes. Its irritating cuz i'm starting my own business and its not real easy when you're given insurance companies the power to decline you and not pay you

HELWANI: What kind of business? A chiropractic practice?
VOLKAMNN: My own chiropractic clinic in White Bear Lake. I had to throw that in there right?
Visit Jacob Volkmann's official Chiropractic Practice website - Volkmann Chiropractic

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