I’m going to give this kid 10/10 for having the balls to step out of the audience on a one day notices to fight a guy who has been training for two months. I’m also going to give him negative a million for thinking he could actually be a viable opponent. I don’t even think this kid could have won if he did train and get in shape for the fight but still, balls the size of a small country.
Ronda Rousey everybody. It doesn’t get any better than her. If you have a daughter that keeps doing duck faces and poses with her hand on her hip I highly recommend you injecting some Rousey in their life. Unless you like your young tyke looking like a young street walker.
Yesterday Fox Sports held a press conference announcing the launch of a new channel, Fox Sports 1. The channel will replace the Speed Channel and will be avaiable in over 90 million homes. The details that were revealed included UFC migrating from FX and Fuel to the new Fox Sports 1 network. Here is what MMA/UFC fans need to know about the new network:
-The network will launch on Saturday, August 17th which will feature a live UFC event in the prime time slot. No fights have been announced just yet but I would expect some big match ups for the launch.
-FS1 will debut a new UFC weekly fight night series on Wednesdays from Aug 17 through the end of the year.
-FS1 will air 14 PPV preliminary cards instead of airing them on FX/Fuel.
-The new network will also carry the UFC library and show past fights as they currently do on Fuel. The network will also carry the weekly magazine show, UFC Tonight.
-The UFC will still produce four network events on FOX.
-No word on The Ultimate Fighter reality show being moved to the new network.
-And in other sports combat news about the new network, FS1 is also developing a new reality show on Mike Tyson.
-In other (obvious)news, FS1 programming will also include college football, basketball, NASCAR and soccer, according to the press release.
MMA fighter Gregy Styles might be my new favorite fighter after his sequence of Kurt Angle like German suplexes he executes on some poor soul that really had no chance of winning this fight. I still don’t know how he walked out alive after being slammed on the back of his head or why he wore a shirt for a cage fight.
Now From a different angle:
I didn’t start to feel bad about seeing this until the poor sap held on to the cage in order to prevent more damage to his noggin. But come on,he probably wasn’t that bright to begin with if he walked in the cage against Styles. Not a bad debut for Styles. He killed his prey in about 40 seconds. His entrance was probably longer than the fight.
You’re probably staring at the toe right now and wondering what the hell happened. Well, this is a result of getting your toe stuck between two mats when training. Perosh was scheduled to take on Joey Beltran when UFC returns to FOX but his horrific toe injury will obisouly keep Perosh sidelined.