Ronda Rousey is on a role. She is UFC bantamweight champion and stars in the highly anticipated Expendables 3 movie. In the UFC 175 conference call Monday Ronda Rousey said that she only needs a 24 hour notice to fight according to Fox News. After her July 5th fight against Alexis Davis there are no fights scheduled until the New Year.
Looks like Ronda Rousey is always hungry for a fight and is not yet satisfied with what she accomplished. The fighter also made female jiujitsu fighters angry lately with the statement that she can beat any BJJ fighter no matter the weight class.
Bloodyelbow collected statements of several jiujitsu fighters that are bothered by Rousey's statement. They all think they can beat her and they all want to fight her.
Maybe there is a great opportunity for Dana White here.
UFC 175 is this weekend. The UFC has published a 20 minutes behind the scenes of Ronda Rousey's and Alexis Davis's preparation for their fight.
As with a number of third installments, the law of diminishing returns kicks in with The Expendables III - big time. The franchise has always centered on the novelty value of having the aging action stars of the '80s and '90s appear onscreen together - often for the first time - in order to shoot, kick, stab, and blast the living hell out of some third world bad guys.With little else to incite interest, the formula is officially stale. ... Source: Latino ReviewFull article at: Latino Review3 days ago, 7:25pm CDT
As with a number of third installments, the law of diminishing returns kicks in with The Expendables III - big time. The franchise has always centered on the novelty value of having the aging action stars of the '80s and '90s appear onscreen together - often for the first time - in order to shoot, kick, stab, and blast the living hell out of some third world bad guys.
With little else to incite interest, the formula is officially stale. Sylveste ... Source: dark horizons
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5 days ago, 7:09pm CDT
The ostensibly great thing about The Expendables franchise is that it gives itself a free pass to be as outrageous and nonsensical as possible because its intentionally overblown fundamentals are meant to be an homage to the quasi-intentionally overblown action classics of yesteryear. The trouble is that such a thing should be fun to watch, and so far The Expendables movies haven’t lived up to that end of the bargain. Instead of reveling in the outrageous ... Source: Latino ReviewFull article at: Latino Review6 days ago, 5:05pm CDT
If there was a dream team cast of Hollywood movies like the US Olympic basketball teams of old, this movie would be the one that brought everyone together for the gold. This time with a few new characters in the mix, The Expendables 3 is back with an over the top cast and more explosions than you could imagine. While the movie still keeps the original Expendables cast, Stallone also recruited some of boxing and MMA’s best to be part of this epic action pack ... Source: All HipHop
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6 days ago, 1:44pm CDT
Just … awful
The first two Expendables films had a solid rooting in good story-telling and nostalgia. The one thing Sylvester Stallone the writer, director and actor understood about the first two films was that you could mix in some nostalgia for the glory days of the action film if you told a linear, cogent story. Stallone the writer has always had a knack for writing a good screenplay if you could reel him in from a directing standpoint. ... Source: Pulse Wrestling
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6 days ago, 11:00am CDT
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