Paul ‘Don’t call me Sassangle’ Sass
With the win by triangle over Mark holst, lightweight Paul Sass earned a victory in his first trip to the octagon, kept his unblemished record intact and pocketed an extra $60,000 for the evening’s “Submission of the Night” awards. But what does he think of the ring name Sassangle?
“I don’t like that name. I don’t want a nickname, I don’t think.”
“It feels amazing. I figured it was even better than I won by a triangle, as well.”
“I think when [they] think about it too much, it ends up happening. They end up just getting caught in it even though they know it’s coming. It just happens.”
“Everyone expects English people to stand up and bang, and I just want to get to the floor and on my back. It’s different, and it makes me feel a little bit better.”
“I don’t know,” Sass said of the name originally started.. “I think it was on the Internet.”
“Maybe in the future I’ll think of a good one. For now, it’s just Paul Sass.”