Earlier this week, Rampage Jackson, an "alpha male" who also competes as a professional mixed martial artist, stuck his face into the cleavage of a female reporter (who handled the intrusion better than many might have). When another female reporter complained, however,, the MMA community's alpha male chorus broke into a familiar oratorio: Jackson was faultless and any female reporter who dared take issue with him faux-motorboating another reporter on camera must be ugly, shrewish, or worse. The rhetorical nastiness was undoubtedly worse than what Jackson did. But let us not forget that Rampage has a long history of curious on-camera behavior. Often, he is genuinely funny. Sometimes, he is weird. And every now and then he is downright offensive. We begin with a video from the latter category, in which Rampage makes nice with people in Japan by offering them lessons in the American idiom.
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