Everything was going fine in the Warriors vs Celtics game last night until a chant started slowly building in the arena. It wasn’t some stock sports chant or for a player but rather for this man who damn sure looks like the late rap star Tupac. Tupac! Tupac! Tupac! It was loud and unmistakable and the crowd came alive.
Robbie Lawler and Johny Hendricks will battle for the UFC welterweight title left vacant by Georges St-Pierre on March 10 in the UFC 171 headliner. In the co-headliner, No. 2 ranked Carlos Condit tries to keep his place at the top of the heap against No. 11 ranked Tyron Woodley, who knocked out Josh Koscheck in November. Take a look at this UFC 171 extended video preview as we count down to fight day.
UFC officials have announced a change to the upcoming UFC 172 event that’s set for April 26 in Baltimore, Maryland. Former PRIDE standout Takanori Gomi will return to action to face Isaac Vallie-Flagg in a lightweight bout, replacing Danny Castillo who was originally scheduled to face Vallie-Flagg. Castillo will remain on the card against an opponent that will be named soon.
Get ready to cringe. What you are about to witness are some of the most gruesome injuries ever suffered in the world of professional wrestling. Some of these you may be familiar with such as Brock Lesnar’s botched Shooting Star Press against Kurt Angle, but others are from lower level shows and feature high-flying acrobatics gone wrong — way wrong.