Shhh…no tears. Only dreams now. I’ll let her do that to me, but only if she is of age, and I can face the other way. Think it’s fake? Tear it apart in the comment section now.
Making bold predictions is one of the things that has made Conor McGregor such a unique and entertaining athlete. McGregor has never been reluctant to forecast the future and, in the majority of cases so far, the UFC interim featherweight champion has been right. That’s backed up in a video released yesterday, which features footage of McGregor telling the world of his intentions from as far back as 2008. “My name is Conor McGregor and I live in Lucan. I’m an up-and-coming fighter and, without a doubt, you will see me in the UFC in the near future.”
After a tightly contested first round the former world champion kick-boxer sat down on a straight right-hand that instantly shut the Aucklander’s lights off, sending him sprawling through the ropes in dramatic fashion and right into a ringside dinner table, diners scrambling to save their Hoki while cutlery flayed. As brutal a knock-out as you’ll ever see.
Rousey destroyed the previously unbeaten Brazilian Bethe Correia, inside 34 seconds at UFC 190, securing her sixth title defence and extending her winning streak to 12. The undisputed UFC bantamweight champion has won her previous three fights in a total of 64 seconds, enhancing her reputation as one of the greatest fighters of all time.
Not too long ago, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling came to the defense of Serena Williams on Twitter after somebody said she was “built like a man.” Now, if you dare try to say something like that about Ronda Rousey, we’ll say a prayer for you because athletes, like LeBron James and fellow MMA fighter Conor McGregor, wouldn’t dare step into the Octagon with Rousey, so what makes you so special? But just in case you want to call Rousey’s body “masculine,” she has a message for you.
Check out the “Fight Motion” super-slow-motion highlights of the UFC’s most recent pay-per-view event. The UFC highlights captured the five main-card fights at UFC 189, which took place July 11 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The pay-per-view featured five stoppages and had fans, analysts and UFC brass alike all saying it may have been the best main card in the promotion’s history.
A man captured on video striking a motorcyclist with a baseball bat during an apparent road rage incident voluntarily walked into the Police Department to discuss what happened. Ramos explained his “overreaction” resulted from being shot five times several years ago. “If you’ve been shot before and somebody tells you they’re going to hurt you, you’re going to try to take care of yourself,” he said.
“The man wearing all black in the silver truck tailed the young drunk man to his home. Albuquerque Police were called and the victim who got knocked unconscious was taken to jail because he blew over the legal limit. The man in the black shirt was let go because the young victim did not want to press charges.”
After beating out Floyd Mayweather Jr. for “Best Fighter” at the 2015 ESPYs, Ronda Rousey couldn’t resist bringing up the boxer’s history of domestic violence. “I wonder how Floyd feels being beat by a woman for once,” Rousey said. This isn’t the first time Rousey has spoken out on Mayweather’s past domestic violence incidents. Also, last year, in response to a claim that he would get “badly” hurt by Rousey, Mayweather said he didn’t know who Rousey was. Feel the burn baby.
The footage shows a male manager at a Manhattan Panera Bread restaurant punching a female employee who was in the process of quitting, but both are now out of a job. I think we should all agree and be taught at a young age that if you put your hands on anyone you can and should fully expect the same response. What do you think? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now.