It’s been an emotional rollercoaster ride for Ronda Rousey ever since her shock defeat to Holly Holm in UFC 193. Eager to put this setback behind her, Rowdy will attempt to climb another mountain as she steps into the Octagon to face Amanda Nunes, the current UFC bantamweight champion. Will she celebrate a victory?
The behavioural tendency of ultras groups includes the use of flares, vocal support in large groups and the displaying of banners at football stadiums, all of which are designed to create an atmosphere which encourages their own team and intimidates opposing players and supporters. The use of elaborate displays in stadiums often is common, as well. The actions of ultras groups are occasionally extreme and may be influenced by political ideologies such as conservatism or socialism, or views on racism, ranging from avowed nationalists to anti-fascist
Kai Kara France from New Zealand fought a taller Terrance Mitchell from Alaska on The Ultimate Fighter 24. Kai got the knockout over his much taller opponent in just 30Secs!
The throwback clip shows the two welterweights going at it during a bruiser encounter at UFC 45. Lawler attempts a lunging overhand left, which is blocked by Lytle, before being countered with a strong right hand to the chin. The force leaves him stunned for a moment – before he inexplicably throws his arms in the air and begins celebrating while flexing his torso.
Watch footage of the disgraceful act where bodybuilder Giannis Magos (Greece) hit an IFBB judge at the 2016 Diamond Cup in Greece. Magos won the +100 kg class, but was unpleased when he didn’t win the overall title and the pro-card. There is no excuse for this type of behaviour, and it will have legal consequences.
The incident occurred at the Vintage Faire Mall while the Black Friday shopping rush was well underway, videos posted to Twitter and YouTube showed. Marco Sebastian, who witnessed the brawl, told CNN he was hanging out at the mall around midnight when he witnessed a large group of people fighting during a late night of shopping. Sebastian didn’t know what exactly started the fight, but said eventually, security responded and stopped the fighting.
“Hey, his head is open”. No worries, we’ll drag him home. Someone should tell that tall idiot not to stay unconscious for so long, because that is super bad for you. The moral of the story is no matter how many Conor McGregor fights you watch it does not automatically give you Conor McGregor’s fighting skills.
Eddie Alvarez had no answer to his opponent’s strike power. McGregor managed three takedowns in the first round before flooring the defending lightweight champion in the second with a devastating left hook to secure the win. Unbelievable. Santa Clause is real. Mcgregor’s performance was deadly yet graceful. Eddie never had a chance. McGregor completely nullified him. His most impressive win yet!
I am so glad these idiots film their crimes. They didn’t like that he voted for the guy they think will incite violence against minorities. So they initiate the violence. Keep that up, the Republicans will control the country for decades. He had no chance. This man deserves justice. Just imagine the sh*t show if a group of young white men/woman were filmed beating up an elderly African American man for voting Obama back in 2008.
One Cubs fan was apparently feeling pretty invincible after watching Chicago finally shake its World Series curse. It nearly cost him dearly. In a horrifying scene captured on video, Cubs fan Alan Anderson, 36, was knocked out cold by an Indians fan outside Progressive Field . Chris Vallimont, a 19-year-old Cleveland fan who took the video and posted it on Twitter, told TMZ Sports that Anderson got into a heated exchange with the unidentified Indians fan. Anderson even dared him to take a swing.
Actor Idris Elba has won his first professional kickboxing fight after months of training around the world for a new documentary. The 44-year-old actor has been filming and travelling in the UK as he attempts to become a professional kickboxer for Idris Elba: Fighter. On Friday night, he was in York Hall in London, taking on a kickboxer in a no holds barred fight for the last part of the show. He was cheered on by friend Madonna, who appeared to have front row seats. Check it out!
“The police eventually came but started arresting me as well. I was so confused and felt criminalised. Why is this happening to me? I was told that I should’ve never assaulted him. They put me in the back of the car as I tried to explain myself. He sexually harassed this child! Shortly after this black police officer who was the Sergeant opened the door, congratulated me and ordered to release the handcuffs.” – @moisemorancy.
The entertainment that the Internet brings is seemingly endless. Rambo Cuztha Gunz creates videos for the sake of your entertainment and is willing to take a beating for it. Gunz has a humorous bio for his social media accounts. His YouTube bio reads, “No hate here. All in good fun. If you think I don’t know what it takes, then let me flex my right gun!” His Facebook bio reads, “From overweight, to man you wanna date.”
A classroom fight between a pair of teens come to a swift end when a third teen knocks out one participant for hitting the teacher, then flexes at the other after pulling him off the teen. There’s a ton to get into here, such as the grinning girl who scurries out early on; red hoodie kid getting wrapped up in his sweatshirt then freaking out; and the teacher saying, “It’s really not cool.” But the true star is the teen who ends the fight.
Shane Carwin’s devastating knockout power hasn’t diminished in the slightest. Carwin, who retired from mixed martial arts due to a series of injuries in 2013, made his return at EllisMania 13. Carwin took on Jason Ellis in an exhibition boxing match, where the former UFC interim heavyweight champion agreed to duct tape his right arm to his side. That didn’t stop the 41-year-old from brutally KO’ing Ellis with a lead left hook in the second round, earning his first knockout in six years.