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The UFCâ€™s reality series The Ultimate Fighter 18 debuted on Wednesday night after a pretty great Fight Night on Fox Sports 1, and based on just the one episode, I feel confident that weâ€™re in for a heck of a season.
Josh Thomson not included.
MMA fighter-cum-actress Gina Carano will be at Comic-Con to sign posters featuring Carano as the titular character in an 'Avengelyne' movie adaptation.
Olivia Wilde said she'd love to play Wonder Woman in 'Justice League' and did the iconic pose. We also suggest other actors for the role, with photoshops.
With our beloved Strikeforce champion Ronda Rousey now the official first ever UFC womenâ€™s champion and set to make her debut for Dana Whiteâ€™s dominant promotion on Feb. 26, more and more females are trying their hands at Mixed Martial Arts.
First the bad news â€“ while thereâ€™s no official word yet from Strikeforce, its parent company Zuffa LLC, or Showtime, it appears that Strikeforceâ€™s incredibly-anticipated January event that promised to make up for the canceled September and November events will indeed be the organizationâ€™s last.
Cleanse your palate of the failed David E. Kelley version of Wonder Woman with news of this new origin story script in development at the CW.
Steven Soderbergh's Haywire, with its precise 50/50 mix of making you wish you were Gina Carano and wish they'd sprung for an actual actress, was not what you'd call a blockbuster.
Welp, my brain just started bucking.
Director Nicolas Winding Refn (Pusher, Bronson, Drive) is trying to make a Wonder Woman film, and Warner execs have already told him the success of his Loganâ€™s Run remake will determine if he gets to helm a Wonder Woman movie.
"The only time I got hurt was when I punched Gina Carano in the head by accident.
Comedian Jim Norton has a history of letting visiting MMA stars incapacitate him for the enjoyment of the Opie & Anthony radio audience, and while clips of him getting heel hooked by Brock Lesnar or being guillotine choked by Cain Velasquez are funny, they're missing the important "i want to worship her anus" comments that make an Internet video successful.
I was worried about having a stressful weekend -- dealing with life and obligations and getting the first episode of our podcast up by Monday -- but our man Weed Against Speed has come through in the clutch, and oh boy what a clutch it is: GQ magazine's interview with fighter, American Gladiator and upcoming Haywire film star Gina Carano is up, and with it comes a full underpants photoshoot and video.