Bonnar is a fan of the rock band The Who and used their song " Eminence Front " as his entrance music to his UFC fights. His love of music led him to become for a short period of time the drummer for the Pop/rock group "The Breeders." Outside of competition, Bonnar has done commentary work for televised MMA programming, notably serving as the WEC 's color commentator for most of 2010, calling 5 of their final 7 cards. He has also made appearances as an analyst on the ESPN2 series MMA Live and for UFC broadcasts on the Fox television networks.
Great blog! I’m an introvert and am now in my 60’s. When I was an adolescent, my parents thought I didn’t like people–in fact, my father said exactly that to me. I felt I was defective. When I started college at a big fraternity-sorority university, my parents naturally wanted me to join a fraternity to help “cure” me. I attended a couple parties and felt totally out of place. Someone at the party even told me to smile because I looked too serious. Those things were much too intense for me–too much noise, too much drinking, too much talking.