Japanese Martial Arts Articles

How Sharice Davids transactions in MMA for a shot at political record

The professional boxer and solicitor is aiming to become the first Native American woman elected to Congress. Her excursion has been different to say the least On 1 November 2013, Sharice Davids stepped into the enclosure for her first professional motley martial art fight. Dressed in grey leggings with a pink party around the waist and a black sports bra, …

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UFC 217: Georges St-Pierre strangles out Michael Bisping to triumph title in comeback

The Canadian star returned from a four-year layoff to strangle out Michael Bisping and win the UFC middleweight championship at Madison Square Garden Georges St-Pierre returned from a four-year layoff and peered through the river of blood that flowed down his face to strangle out Michael Bisping and win the middleweight championship at UFC 217 on Saturday night. ” I …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football rowdies

The long speak: For the past two decades the Russian regime has encouraged an organization of brutal far-right fans. As the World Cup approachings, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly maintained a framed image of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first …

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Conor McGregor eschews penitentiary day with request spate for Brooklyn melee

Conor McGregor countenanced a request treat that will see the former UFC champion avoid jail time for accusations stemming from his actions at a press affair in April This time, Conor McGregor didn’t put up a fight. The motley martial art idol pleaded guilty on Thursday to disorderly conduct and will perform five days of community service to resolve commissions …

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America’s new opposition: the status of women standing up to Trump

A refugee, a Native American, a transgender lady these primary winners are changing the face of the progressive left It has been a summer of political firstlies in the US as a historically diverse battlefield of nominees run for place, predominantly stimulated by frustration with Donald Trump’s presidency. Across the country Democratic maidens are loping for place- and winning primaries- …

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Conor McGregor has turned into what he once condemned: a bully and a hobo

The Irishmans tiresome deed is doing more to destroy the UFCs hard-won credibility than any stomach-turning skirmish or flunked drugging test Watching Conor McGregor hastening through the loading dock at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Thursday, shedding dollies at a bus like some crazy-eyed bully, I was only able to think of John McCain. It was the US senator who years …

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Daniel Cormier detonations Stipe Miocic for claim, giving counter for Brock Lesnar tilt

The 39 -year-old knocked out Stipe Miocic in the first round on Saturday night to become UFCs newest heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier is more difficult to imagine his eyes. Sure, he’d been supremely confident he would get the job done. That’s why, despite accommodating the UFC’s light heavyweight championship, he moved up to challenge heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic in the …

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Conor McGregor, UFC’s brightest star, back in familiar orbit with Khabib afoot

The UFCs shortage of ace magnetisms will be forgotten for one night at the least as Conor McGregor does his long-awaited octagon return Dana White wasn’t certain this day would ever come. At ages he was pretty self-confident it wouldn’t . After all, Conor McGregor just impressed it rich. Sure, he was already what any common person would deem prosperou …

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Why humen fight- and what it says about masculinity

I suspect “theres lots” of men out there who feel what I do, writes Scott Atkinson. We know that fighting is stupid, but we still have the subconscious desire to do it About a year ago, I was consolidating thoroughfares on the superhighway during an hour-long trek to a job interview when, in my rearview reflect, I accompanied a middle …

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