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UFC 184 WALKOUT SONGS

Ronda Rousey: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts “Bad Reputation”
Cat Zingano: Puscifer “The Mission (M is Milla Mix)”
Holly Holm: Blair Douglas “The Landlord’s Walk”
Raquel Pennington: Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk”
Jake Ellenberger: Jorge Quintero “300 Violin Orchestra”
Josh Koscheck: Red Hot Chili Peppers “Higher Ground”
Alan Jouban: Coolio “Gangsta’s Paradise”
Richard Walsh: Dire Straits “Money for Nothing”
Tony Ferguson: Freestyle “The Party Has Just Begun”
Gleison Tibau: Black Sabbath Iron Man
Roan Carneiro: Racionals MCs “Capitullo 4 Versiculo 3″
Mark Munoz: E-40 “Tell Me When To Go”
Roman Salazar: Marc Anthony “Vivir Mi Vida”
Norifumi Yamamoto: Stylo G feat. Sister Nancy “Badd”
Tim Means: Rob Zombie “Dragula”
Dhiego Lima: Outkast “ATLiens”
Derrick Lewis: Big Tymers “Number One Stunna”
Ruan Potts: Roy Jones Jr. “Can’t Be Touched”
James Krause: Nelly “Heart of a Champion”
Masio Fullen: Canserbero “Es Epico”


What would your walkout song be?

"There’s a good chance you’re hearing the name Ronda Rousey go around this weekend. That’s because the 28-year-old UFC fighter is an astonishing force to be reckoned with in the mixed martial arts world, and just won a highly anticipated match with Cat Zingano Saturday night … in 14 seconds.

Here’s five quick things you should know about Rousey.

1. Keep Your Arms Away from Her
Rousey is currently the undefeated UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, and has won nine of her 11 fights by locking her opponent into an arm bar submission hold. (The other two she KO’d.) It took her 14 seconds take out Zingano with an arm bar Saturday.

2. She’s a Trash-Talker, but a Courteous One
Rousey got some early press for trash-talking her opponents – she refused to shake hands with Miesha Tate after a recent fight – but insists the publicity it gets is good for the sport as a whole. Saturday, though, she offered Zingano a rematch immediately after their fight, saying in a post-fight interview that she felt bad about beating her in such an anticlimactic fashion.

3. She Beat Up Her Director OnceRousey made her feature film debut in 2014’s The Expendables 3. Director Patrick Hughes took a punch from her on set before her first scene – he says he was trying to help her work off some nervous energy – that ended up breaking one of his ribs. Rousey will be onscreen next in Furious 7 and the Entourage movie. Hopefully her costars learn to keep their guards up.

4. The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree
Rousey started training in judo when she was 11, with her mother. Among her more whimsical memories of training with her mom: She recalls her mother jumping on top of her in the morning “and being like, “Always be ready. Arm bar now! … She would wake me up from sleep to do arm bars.”

5. She Inherited Her Nickname from a Pro Wrestler
Rousey’s nickname, “Rowdy,” is both alliterative and appropriate. She got it from some childhood friends, but felt awkward because it came from famous professional wrestler “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. The pair shared a trainer, “Judo” Gene Lebell, who arranged a call between the young fighter and the legend during which Rousey asked for his permission to use the nickname. “She was so, so excited,” Piper told Vice, “saying, ‘Would you mind? I’ll make you proud and I’m giving it everything you got.’ And I said, ‘You go, gal. You go!’”

Don’t think this card needs much more to sell it. Guess Benavidez-Moraga gets to headline the prelims. Wonder who ends up on Fight Pass.

  • Jon Jones (21-1) vs. Anthony Johnson (19-4)
  • Chris Weidman (12-0) vs. Vitor Belfort (24-10)
  • Donald Cerrone (27-6, 1NC) vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov (22-0)
  • Travis Browne (17-2-1) vs. Andrei Arlovski (23-10, 1NC)
  • Dong Hyun Kim (19-3-1, 1NC) vs. Josh Burkman (27-11)
  • Joseph Benavidez (21-4) vs. John Moraga (16-3)
  • John Dodson (16-6) vs. Zach Makovsky (19-5)
  • Islam Makhachev (11-0) vs. Leo Kuntz (17-7-1)
  • Rose Namajunas (2-2) vs. Nina Ansaroff (6-4)
  • Justin Scoggins (9-2) vs. Josh Sampo (11-4)
  • Sean Spencer (12-4) vs. Mike Pyle (26-10-1)

Avatar for March: I am of the belief there is no more dynamic/exciting fighter fighter in MMA than Anthony “Showtime” Pettis. With him fighting this month, it’s going to be exciting times. So here’s him in and his boy in some #sillyasssuits (miss ya Nate).

anonymous asked:

She's not male, she's a woman. Its incredibly transphobic of you to refuse to fight a trans woman simply because she's trans

This can’t be real….

She is still biologically male!  She has male hormones (which is why I said UNLESS she was post-HRT), which means it would be incredibly unfair to expect me to fight someone of the opposite biological sex simply because they identify as another gender.  It has nothing to do with transphobia.  It has to do with me being biologically weaker than her, and its not fucking fair to expect me to fight her.  She is almost guaranteed to win.  Actually no, she IS guaranteed to win BECAUSE I CAN’T FUCKING FIGHT A BIOLOGICAL MALE.

Fuck off.

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Grainy footage of a match from Ganryujima. I believe it’s the Masafumi Yamagishi (Tai Chi) vs Yutaro Iwamura (Karate) super fight. Unfortunately it ends quickly before we really get a chance to see Ganryujima’s unique rule set.