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Dr. Manny: The insanity behind the MMA and WWE | Fox News

Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos suffered a skull fracture in last week’s bout. (@Criscyborg Instagram) While the dangers associated with playing professional football and other contact sports are well-documented, the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA,) Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) continue operate somewhat under the radar as their athletes enter the cage or ring and fight until what seems …

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Why Olympic Boxers Arent Wearing Headgear Anymore

Something is missing from Olympics boxing this year. Did you notice? Its lot easier to see the faces of male boxers—taunting, grimacing, or smiling in all their Olympian glory. This year, the Olympics ditched boxing headgear for the first time since 1984, making it look a lot more like professional boxing. The decision, according to statements from amateur boxings governing …

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Floyd Mayweather accuses Conor McGregor of racism and uses homophobic slur

Floyd Mayweather called Conor McGregor a faggot and accused the UFC fighter of racism in an ugly public appearance at Wembley Arena Floyd Mayweather attacked Conor McGregor with a homophobic slur and accused the UFC fighter of racism in the final leg of a promotional tour that has descended into an ugly war of words. The UFC lightweight champion was …

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Kimbo Slice, Miami Sleaze & American Racism

Remembering a protector of pornographers, backyard brawler, prime-time fighter, and father.”> Three days after the death of Muhammad Ali, the fighting world is mourning another fallen son of Miami who chose his own name: Kimbo Slice. That was how the world knew Kevin Ferguson, a hard-working father of six, as he earned a living playing a series of weird, violent, …

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Chechnya collects leader’s aide with an Apprentice-style reality reveal

Russian broadcaster staged eight-episode contest called The Team to find a head of development for Ramzan Kadyrov The reality television format was borrowed from the US president-elects show The Apprentice: an ever-shrinking group of contestants, competing against each other to be picked by the boss for a job at the end of it all. But the prize at stake in …

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Will the UFC’s drug-testing program prove too credible for its own good?

Les Carpenter: The UFC just might have the best drug-testing program in sports but the rash of failed tests around UFC 200 shows credibility comes at a price Just a week ago, Brock Lesnar stood in a tent behind Las Vegass T-Mobile Arena celebrating a most improbable victory. He laughed. He strutted. He joked about wanting to drink a beer …

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Chechen President: ‘We Don’t Have Any Gays… Take Them From Us’

President of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov made horrific statements in an interview this week, claiming that there are no gay people in Chechyna ― and if there are to “take them from us” in order “to purify our blood.” Kadyrov made the statements while speaking to David Scott of HBO’s “Real Sports,” and denied claims by international media that the …

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The salt-and-pepper pound: where are all the fiftysomething examples?

From 73 -year-old Lauren Hutton for Calvin Klein to 88 -year-old Daphne Selfe, older simulates are ultimately going work with major pattern labels. But the absence of middle-aged modelings to bridge the gap moves it feel like just another fad When I first started blogging as Thats Not My Age nine years ago, I was always banging on about the …

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