Rob Schneider is funnier in real life than any movie he’s been in. He tells a few Steven Seagal stories that make us laugh and we wanted to share. Check it out!
Dear lord in heaven…what is this on my screen? I think it’s Steven Seagal lord, but it looks like a Dragonball Z concept reject and I’m scared. His hair looks like someone sewed it on and his glasses look like they are holding his face in place. What is it lord? Check out sensei Seagal slamming the NFL take a knee protests. Seriously, what’s wrong with your face.
MMA saw some strange moments in 2013… From sensei Steven Seagal’s impromptu dance-off in Russia — to clueless ring card girls — to crazy Japanese television featuring Josh Barnett, the bizarreness that often surrounds the MMA world never ceases to entertain. And courtesy of the good folks at Inside MMA, they have provided this highlight reel of some of 2013’s whackiest moments.
“Judo” Gene LeBell talks about how he came to ref the Muhammed Ali vs. Antonio Inoki match, BJJ vs. catch-wrestling, and his thoughts on Steven Seagal and the alleged choking incident.
UFC Featherweight Nam Phan talks with ProMMAnow.com about his controversial split decision victory over Cole Miller and where he goes from here. Nam also shares his thoughts on Sensei Steven Seagal, of whom Nam is certainly not a Fan (Phan).
What’s next for UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva? As “The Spider” continues to knock off and knock out the competition, a new crop of emerging contenders wait in the wings and are battling to see who gets first crack at the champ. On Fuel TV’s UFC 148 post-fight show, Ariel Helwani posed the question of who’s next, and talked about the struggle between contenders Mark Munoz, Hector Lombard, Alan Belcher, Brian Stann and Michael Bisping. Bisping shares his thoughts on the Silva-Sonnen result and sends a message to Stann, and UFC 148 would not be complete without a final assessment on “The Spider’s” performance from Sensei Steven Seagal.
ProMMAnow.com was on scene at the UFC 148 open workouts in Las Vegas Thursday as UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva made final preparations for Saturday’s main event rematch with number one 185-pound contender Chael P. Sonnen. “The Spider” practiced his boxing, his Capoeira-style kicks and his jiu-jitsu. And guess who appeared out of the mist like a Sensei in the night?
Relive one of the classic moments from martial arts cinema with Lyoto Machida playing the role of Daniel-san and Jon Jones playing the role of Johnny Lawrence. Guess who is Mr. Miyagi…