- Geek & Sci-Fi
UFC president Dana White is a polarizing guy who probably doesn't share a lot of my opinions on things (for example, I'm guessing he doesn't weep throughout the entirety of The Land Before Time), but he's got a way of cutting through the bullsh*t and making some astute (if not totally obvious) points about sports, including: 1.
And here I thought a parody of the Brady Bunch theme was how they'd make me an MMA fan.
Before today, my only knowledge of shootfighting came from when Buddy Hinton picked on Cindy Brady for lisping and Peter goes into training to kick his ass.
In this promotional clip for Ultimate Fighting Championship's broadcast television debut on Saturday, November 12, teen pop singer turned inspirational Christian actress turned alt-country wife turned Disney princess Mandy Moore offers her opinion on who she thinks will win the heavyweight title bout between Cain Velasquez and Junior Dos Santos.
I spent my weekend in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex (or whatever it's called) enjoying a Cleveland Indians victory over the Texas Rangers (the only one we managed to get) and taking in a Double-A game at Dr.
If you don't watch pro wrestling, you're missing out on athletic moments like this, when a Hawaiian Tropic model jumps in the air and takes down one half of a set of twins with nothing but her crotch and gravity.
Is there anything better than an exceedingly dumb Twitter fight.
Chuck Liddell told reporters at yesterday's press conference for UFC 125 that he is officially retired from fighting and will be serving as the UFC's new Executive VP of Business Development, which would sound a lot cooler if he were now the VP of Smashing Skulls.
For those of you (excuse me, those of us) that don't regularly follow mixed arts, the promotion known as World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) was bought out by the mighty UFC.
As UFC 118 approaches, the headlining rematch between BJ Penn and Frankie Edgar for the Lightweight Championship has taken a back seat to the intriguing debut of former heavyweight boxer James Toney.
I really hate to say, "I told you so." I really do. I'm a modest guy that doesn't like to gloat. But I must, on this special occasion, take the time to do the worm on some clowns and follow it up with a big ol' robot on your faces for good measure. In order to understand my need to gloat, let's take a trip down memory lane. *Wayne's World flashback dance* In October 2008, I wrote that the Kimbo Slice phenomenon was essentially over after his 14-second loss to a no-named fighter on national television.
Tito Ortiz will participate in this next weekend's UFC 84, likely his last fight ever for UFC.
UFC chief Dana White must have a better awareness of his fan base than I do, because the dude is selling a a coffee table book about he UFC for $3500.