In case you thought he was being overly dramatic:
Bellator heavyweight slugger Dhafir Harris — billed as “DaDa 5000” for reasons not yet explained — was hospitalized for heart failure in the wake of his Bellator 149 loss to Kimbo Slice back in February.
While it was widely-panned as one of the worst fights in the history of mixed martial arts (MMA), Harris flirted with death on several occasions during his lengthy hospital stay, turning a punchline into a potential tragedy.
DADA5OOO Back from the Dead!!! From Kidney failure 2 Heart attacks and Coded twice Back 2 Back! Homie my God is real. To beat me you got to cheat me!!…..Critics, Haters are free to think and say what they want But the truth is we Broke Records World Wide on National Tv And Sold that Arena out from the Back to the Front. ..But what goes on in the Dark Shall Always Come to the Light..( And What’s Obvious don’t need to be Explained I’m a Worrior) And im Hard to KILL!!! Even harder to Scare!!! Those out there Know who and what I’m talking about. I’m Still ALIVE!!! #Mitches And I give all the phrase and Glory to GOD!! And No weapon formed against me shall prosper and at the end of the day. I AM A TRUE AND LIVING WALKING TESTIMONY!!!!!!!!!! #Amen. #BacktoWorkBybDawgFightIsUpNxt #DatPart#yougottaloveit #fightLife #worldwide #gohard#BYB #DAWG #ManWithTheRedMohawk#Emmy #ImDopeInRealLife#HouseHoldName #OnDeck #TheBigFist #Perrine#God
Fortunately, the 38-year-old brawler made a full recovery after his Spike TV scare and judging by his spamtastic onslaught of hashtags, already sounds ready for another fight.
How about no?