Miesha Tate always makes a mark on the holiday and was able to shine in her Luigi outfit as her friends with her were Mario characters also. Brian Caraway is no longer to be found with Tate because they are apparently no longer an item.
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It’s unusual to find someone with such a heavy hand that can put a man to sleep with a slap. In a recent slap contest we might have found the future slapping coach of the Diaz Brother’s. Ok, maybe he won’t be getting that job any time soon, but he definitely could.
The power in his right hand is probably comparable to that of some great UFC fighters. Much as Dan Henderson’s H-Bomb, Roy Nelson’s right overhand, and Mark Hunt’s right uppercut. The famous Stockton Slap immortalized by the Diaz Brother’s doesn’t stand a chance next to this.
The footage is from The Inkmasters Tattoo Show Expo in Lubbock, Texas. In this slapping contest we can see two heavyweights go for broke and trade slaps. The first contestant gives his opponent a reasonable sized smack, maybe trying to start the competition off easy.
His competitor doesn’t like to beat around the bush so he gives him a resounding smack, that lands him on the ground knocked out.
Conor McGregor made some interesting remarks in a video posted on his YouTube channel this Monday. The UFC featherweight champion talked about his upcoming bout in NY. First of all he had some words regarding lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez.
“I don’t think he is going to last anywhere near the fifth round. Because if he does, he’ll never fight again. I’ll take my hat off to his heart, but he’ll be like me, he’ll never, ever, ever be the same again. But if he does make it to the fifth, that’s when I take off, I’m sprinting in the fifth. So we’re ready.”
“Alvarez just has the belt, that’s it. That’s the only reason he’s there. After, I’m going to be struggling to see who’s next. So, really, who the f*ck is next? Who has gone out there time and time again, back-to-back-to-back, putting it all on the line and continuing to show up?”
Finally, he went off on the entire UFC roster:
“They all say I’m all talk, but I look at them and say they’re all talk because I’m here fighting every week. I even had to fight a guy three times the size of me, and now, I’m back again. All they do is complain, b*tch and moan. You want this money, you want what I got? You have to put in the f*cking work. So as far as I’m seeing, nobody is putting in the work. Everyone is talking, everyone is thinking just cause Conor has it, I should have it. No, no. I didn’t always have it. There is a reason why I have it. I had to work my f*cking bollocks off to get it, and here I am, still working while they’re talking.”
Conor McGregor will make his debut at 155 pounds opposite Eddie Alvarez on November 12th at UFC 205. As a result, he will have the chance to become the first fighter to hold two UFC belts simultaneously.
Dana White was recently on Fox Sports 1 and mentioned that UFC 205 is already breaking gate records for Madison Square Garden. White claims that this will be the biggest event so far in the history of the UFC.
White also mentioned that UFC 205 also breaks the record in Toronto for UFC 129 at 12 million dollars. It is exciting that such a big event is happening for the UFC. The big factor now is the hope that the fights end up to be more exciting than UFC 200.
White elaborated on the UFC going to New York for the first time and here are his words:
“Obviously, our first time going into MSG and it’s been such a big deal getting in there, I wanted to make sure when we went to New York, we delivered. There are three incredible title fights plus the rest of the card is packed with ridiculous fights including the main and co-main event on FOX Sports 1 that night for the prelims.”
(Continue to page 2 for the video of Dana White’s comments on breaking records at UFC 205)