UFC Rotterdam: Antoni Hardonk’s Tips On How To Enjoy Beer, Cheese + Weed (or “Medicine”) In Holland

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke with former UFC Heavyweight Antoni Hardonk and asked him about the things fight fans need to know before going to the UFC’s first show in Rotterdam. The Dutch owner of Dynamix MMA tells you what to see and do in his home country and advises you on how not to act if you want to blend in with the locals.

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12 Comments on "UFC Rotterdam: Antoni Hardonk’s Tips On How To Enjoy Beer, Cheese + Weed (or “Medicine”) In Holland"

  1. For those who do want to visit a coffeeshop in Rotterdam you've got coffeeshops charloit and kings-town in a radius of a mile around ahoy.
    just go to ahoy and follow the smell.

    Funny how Americans are able to say auw when they hurt themself.
    But when you write ou instead of au, as in gouda. Wich would be pronounced gauwda, they pronounce it as gooda like a booing sound.
    it's not that hard i guess.

    ps: you probarly get stabbed if you ask about wooden clombs.

    just kidding,
    or am i…

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