On August 9th Keenan Cornelius and Vinny Magalhaes will battle at Metamoris 4 in Los Angeles. Magalhaes talks about having to pull out of his last match because of having a MRSA staph infection.
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UFC Fight Night: Tulsa gets a boost through the addition of two new main card fights.
The UFC’s August 23rd stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma has a pair of brand new bouts that are immediately relevant to the top 15 of both the welterweight and middleweight divisions. The UFC has confirmed Demian Maia will take on Mike Pyle, while Francis Carmont battles Thales Leites.
Maia (19-6) bounced back from a tough loss to Rory MacDonald at UFC 170 with a rare knockdown and then a decision win over Alexander Yakovlev. It was a rather easy victory, although critics will point out that once again he was unable to finish Yakovlev with his once vaunted submission skills. Pyle (26-9-1) destroyed T.J. Waldburger, also at UFC 170, to get back on the winning track after Matt Brown destroyed him in about 30 seconds. Maia is presently ranked 8th, while Pyle is 12th, so Pyle could conceivably vault his way into the top 10 with a win.
Leites (23-4) is a perfect 3-0 in his UFC return, and he picked up his first ever finish via strikes as he beat up Trevor Smith in 45 seconds at UFC Fight Night in Abu Dhabi. His winning streak has got him ranked 15th at middleweight and on the ascent. Meanwhile, his descending opponent, 12th ranked Francis Carmont (22-9), is on a two-fight losing skid after dropping decisions to Ronaldo Souza and most recently C.B. Dollaway. It’s a bit odd that they’re doing a match-up of Leites on a three-fight winning streak against someone who is on a losing streak, but the cynic can easily suggest that this is "win or be released" for Carmont more than anything else.
UFC Fight Night: Tulsa is headlined by a lightweight showdown between Ben Henderson and Rafael dos Anjos, and also features welterweights Thiago Alves and Jordan Mein.
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We are joined by electronic voice phenomenon researcher Randall Keller. We talk about what it is like interacting with ghosts through electronic medium, shadow people, myths about EVP and the best places you can go to capture your own EVP recordings.
Randall tries to help us get over our fear of EVP’s by displaying a nonchalant attitude about the subject but we both still both get very scared as we start to listen to some of Randall’s recordings.
At the start of the show before our guest we have an amazing discussion regarding gay scenes in T.V. shows, Sandy Hook being a Hoax, MK-Ultra, The Movie Poltergeist, Underground Bases and more.
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1. Steiner Brothers
2. Legion of Doom
3. The British Bulldogs
4. The Hart Foundation
5. The Rockers
6. Dudley Boys
7. Harlem Heat
8. The Rock N Roll Express
9. The Hollywood Blondes
10. The Brain Busters
Some will take issue with the exclusion of Demolition. Even as a kid, I thought they looked like fags in their S&M gear and ass-less/crotch-less chaps. They both looked fat too, unlike true great tag teams like the Steiners and LOD.
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