So Brock Lesnar is the biggest and most successful MMA fighter ever?

It appears that so far no one has sold more PPV buys or generated more interest in the sport than Brock Lesnar.

This man was also chosen to break the Undertakers Wrestlemania streak.

Has there ever been a bigger name in the sport?

Tito and Ken are probably a far away second and third. I know GSP was rather big in Canada.

Lesnar is still the biggest deal the sport has seen and he is still the MVP of combat sports all around. It took a Generation Z wrestler named Cain to finally stop Lesnar.

I would love to see a healthy Lesnar come back, train his standup a bit more and take the belt back. The problem was that he was still too green to the sport and very afraid of taking punches from HW fighters. If he worked past his hesitation then he would steamroll almost anyone.

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Vitor Belfort gets a license, title shot against Chris Weidman at UFC 181

LAS VEGAS — Vitor Belfort was given a license by a 5-0 vote by the Nevada Athletic Commission on Wednesday, freeing him to challenge Chris Weidman for the middleweight title on Dec. 6 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in the main event of UFC 181.

Whether he’d have gotten that affirmative vote had he announced that the fight would be in Brazil instead of Las Vegas will never be known.

But be sure that it didn’t hurt his cause at all. Prior to UFC 175, which was also at Mandalay Bay, UFC president Dana White told Yahoo Sports that the card would have a non-gaming economic impact of $175 million on Las Vegas’ economy. A Weidman-Belfort title fight, with a potential Ronda Rousey-Gina Carano women’s bantamweight title fight underneath it, would do massive business and would likely attract a paid gate in excess of $4 million.

Belfort, appeared in person with attorney Michael Alonso to plead for his license. He got emotional as he spoke and wiped tears from his eyes at one point.

He was required to appear in person because in 2006, he’d tested positive for the anabolic steroid 4-hydroxytestosterone. He was fined and suspended nine months for that. In addition, Belfort was given a surprise test by the Nevada commission on Feb. 7 when he was in Las Vegas to attend an awards show.

His testosterone was out of the legal range, but he was on a therapeutic use exemption issued in Brazil for testosterone replacement therapy at the time. He testified on Wednesday that he normally injected himself with testosterone twice a week. But he said that because he was traveling, on Feb. 6 he injected himself with a double dose and that was why he was so high.

Vitor Belfort will face Chris Weidman on Dec. 6 at UFC 181 for the middleweight title. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)He said he provided subsequent tests that were in the normal range shortly thereafter.

TRT usage was legal at the time of the Feb. 7 in Nevada, but only with a TUE from the commission, which Belfort did not have. TRT use was banned later in the month by the commission.

But the commission gave great weight to the fact that Belfort was unlicensed in Nevada at the time of the test and that he was on a valid TUE from Brazil.

Belfort’s performance seemed to skyrocket after he began his TRT regimen in 2011 after a loss to Anderson Silva. Belfort said he’d been feeling tired and lethargic and sought a doctor’s help. Since going on TRT, Belfort went 5-1 with five knockouts, four in the first round, and only a loss in a light heavyweight title fight to Jon Jones.

As part of the agreement to license him, Belfort said he would not fight anywhere until December and that when he did return, the bout would be in Las Vegas. Finally, he agreed to random, unannounced drug testing at the commission’s discretion.

Commissioner Anthony Marnell said, “You understand we’re going to test you until the day you retire,” and Belfort said he did.

Alonso said he asked that the testing “be reasonable.” He said that because Belfort would be giving blood in addition to urine, he didn’t want him to give too much blood too close to the fight so as to put Belfort at a competitive disadvantage.

The commission said it would consult its doctors before ordering the tests.

It would have been interesting, though, to see how the vote would have gone had Belfort never mentioned the Weidman fight or if he’d said it would have been in Brazil. However, UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta, a former member of the commission prior to purchasing the UFC, said he didn’t believe that the talk of the fight had an impact on the decision.

He said it is ordinary for the commissioners to ask a fighter when he plans to fight if he hasn’t already had one announced.

“Vitor, I believe, was trying to be cooperative and show that he wants to do the right thing by saying I want to fight here in Nevada and I want to be tested and have you look at me as closely as you want,” Fertitta said. “I don’t think they were influenced by that. It’s more a case of Vitor trying to make his point that he is doing the right thing and trying to cooperate.”

Fertitta, who has had a long relationship with Belfort, said he believed Belfort when Belfort denies using performance enhancing drugs. No fighter has been under suspicion more than Belfort, but Fertitta said he has faith in him.

Fertitta said it would be “cruel” if it turned out Belfort lied to him about not using PEDs.

“Think about it, if he is taking something and is caught, look what the consequences of that are,” Fertitta said. “It costs a lot of money to promote a fight of this level. We’re going to be committing a lot of money to do the marketing and the ads, and all the TV programming we do. It would be very cruel of him if he’s doing something knowing all of that and impacting as many people as he would be.

“I believe him when he tells me he’s clean. I do believe that. We have a relationship that goes way back and it would be incredibly cruel if he turned around and did that [use PEDs] after we showed the faith and trust in him that we’ve shown and gone ahead and invested all of this money.”

Fertitta said it costs the UFC “in the millions” to promote a fight of that caliber.

Still, it would have been nice to have seen how the commissioners may have reacted to Belfort’s testimony had they not known the big-money fight was coming to Las Vegas.

Something tells me it wouldn’t have been quite so easy for Belfort.

Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mma-cagewriter/vitor-belfort-gets-a-license–title-shot-against-chris-weidman-at-ufc-181-230606055.html

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Optimum TV expands line-up with addition of the Fight Network and FNTSY Sports Network

anthem fntsy fight network e1403826008849 Optimum TV expands line up with addition of the Fight Network and FNTSY Sports NetworkCablevision Systems Corp. (NYSE: CVC) today announced that it has expanded its Optimum TV lineup with the addition of Fight Network, the world’s premier combat sports channel, and FNTSY Sports Network, the first-ever channel dedicated to fantasy sports. Cablevision is the first major U.S. cable TV provider to offer either channel.

Fight Network is a 24/7 television channel dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports. It airs programs focused on the entire scope of the combat sports genre, including mixed martial arts, boxing, kickboxing, professional wrestling, traditional martial arts, fight news and analysis, as well as fight-themed drama, reality series, documentaries and feature films. Fight Network’s dynamic programming lineup includes live events from around the world, extensive news coverage and expert analysis.

FNTSY Sports Network is the world’s first-ever television network specifically targeted towards the estimated 40 million people who play fantasy sports annually and on a daily basis. It includes live studio programming, call-in shows, panels, celebrity and expert drafts, reality programming and on-site commentary from sports venues, as well as short-form programming from the experts around the country.

Fight Network can be found on channel 464 and FNTSY Sports Network is on channel 147. Both networks are available as part of the Optimum Sports & Entertainment Pak. Fight Network and FNTSY Sports Network are owned by Anthem Media Group Inc., a global leader in operating targeted specialty television channels on linear, digital and mobile platforms.

“We are pleased to now offer Fight Network and FNTSY Sports Network, two high-quality channels that add even more variety and choice to the Optimum TV sports programming lineup,” said Kevin Packingham, Cablevision’s executive vice president of product management. “Customers who are interested in combat sports are sure to enjoy the extensive coverage available on Fight Network, and FNTSY Sports Network’s around-the-clock commentary and analysis makes it the ultimate place for fantasy sports participants to plan their next moves.”

“For years, the marketplace has been crying out for a destination channel serving fight hungry fans and, with Fight Network, the call has been answered,” said Leonard Asper, CEO of Anthem Media Group Inc. “Fans want to watch the fights but they also want to connect with the culture of combat sports, and we are pleased that Optimum TV customers can now experience this with Fight Network. We are equally excited to launch FNTSY Sports Network
on Optimum TV; with the explosive growth of fantasy sports, there is an insatiable need for information and advice from the experts and for a place that the social community of fantasy sports players can call home. FNTSY adds an element of entertainment that provides the fantasy sports player with an exciting way to engage with their passion.”

In addition to live weigh-ins, press conferences and other breaking news, Fight Network airs mixed martial arts events from Cage Warriors, KSW, Ultimate Challenge MMA, Championship Fighting Alliance and M-1, kickboxing from K-1 Global, Enfusion and Final Fight Championship, world-class boxing productions from Frank Warren, Matchroom Sport, DiBella Entertainment, Hennessy Sports and more, plus professional wrestling events and traditional martial arts disciplines such as amateur wrestling, judo, karate, taekwondo, sambo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Fight Network also produces weekly and daily news programs, including “5 Rounds” on Mondays at 7 p.m., featuring extensive event recaps and technical breakdowns, and “Fight News Now” on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., a look at the biggest newsmakers with analysis and profiles of upcoming events. Fridays at 8 p.m., “Toe 2 Toe” provides in-depth interviews with the most relevant and interesting people in the world of combat sports, from mixed martial arts fighters to trainers to boxing legends and more.

FNTSY Sports Network covers every possible fantasy sport, from football to golf, baseball, World Cup soccer, basketball, racing and more. It airs insightful daily live news and feature programs, including the simulcast of SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio’s “RotoExperts” with Scott Engel and Adam Ronis weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m., followed by live studio productions of “Game Time Decisions” with Gabriel Morency at 3 p.m. and “FNTSY Sports Today” with Laura Diakun at 4 p.m.. Additionally, the channel recently launched “Bloomberg Sports Stats Insights” weekdays at 6:30 p.m., focusing on predictive analytical content to reveal fantasy projections and forecasts, as well as in-depth analysis and coverage of the day’s top sports stories that affect the fantasy sports world. FNTSY Sports Network also features short-form content from some of the top experts in fantasy sports, providing timely up-to-the-minute information and breaking news, as well as a permanent multi-zone fantasy sports “ticker,” all combining to provide an exciting schedule that a fantasy sports player can’t do without, and regular sports fans will not want to miss. The network’s major suppliers of statistics and data include industry leaders Stats LLC. and The Sports Network.

Optimum TV residential customers who receive Fight Network and FNTSY Sports Network as part of their package can also watch programming from both networks at home and on the go using the Optimum App and a WiFi connection. The Optimum App is available from the App Store for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, Google Play for Android phones and tablets and Amazon Marketplace for Kindle devices.

Cablevision’s award-winning digital cable service, Optimum TV, offers customers access to hundreds of channels, including more than 80 premium movie channels, 50 channels of commercial-free digital music, tens of thousands of titles available on demand at all times, an interactive programming guide, more than 150 high-definition channels and uniquely valuable and relevant local content through News 12, MSG Varsity and their companion interactive television applications.

ABOUT CABLEVISION
Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE: CVC) is a leading media and telecommunications company, serving millions of households and businesses throughout the greater New York area. Providing quality products that keep customers connected, Cablevision offers Optimum branded digital cable television, high-speed Internet and phone services as well as Optimum WiFi, the nation’s most robust wireless Internet network. Cablevision’s Lightpath subsidiary is a premier provider of integrated business communications solutions for larger companies. Through its local media and programming properties – News 12 Networks, Newsday Media Group and MSG Varsity – Cablevision also delivers news and information created specifically for the communities it serves. Additional information about Cablevision is available at www.cablevision.com.

ABOUT ANTHEM MEDIA GROUP INC.
Anthem Media Group Inc. is a media company with offices and studios in New York, Toronto and Los Angeles, operating targeted television channels on linear, digital and mobile platforms globally. In addition to Fantasy Sports Network, Anthem’s portfolio includes RotoExperts.com, a leader in fantasy sports content, Fight Network, the world’s premier combat sports channel now broadcasting in the U.S., Canada and over 30 other countries, as
well as significant ownership interest in Pursuit Channel, one of the top outdoor channels in the U.S. available in over 40 million homes. Anthem also owns SportsGrid.com, a leader in general sports entertainment commentary.

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Ben “toothpick” Henderson gonna get a finish for once tonight?

Not in the mood to watch him wrestlefuck for 5 rounds tonight.

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What do you keep in your hiking/moto/camping/outdoors Backpack

I browsed through our survival forum to see if anybody had put together a backpack thread, but found nothing. I thought I would share some of the things I’ve learned about the importance of having a well planned out backpack and how it can save your ass. I’m sure there are others here that can add to this subject, like our resident servicemen, and maybe share a bit of knowledge I may have overlooked. Hopefully we can all learn something from this thread that might help us if we happen to get caught in a jam or just help somebody planning for their next outdoor adventure.

I’ll start with the layout. then i will break it down into sections.

The Layout-
this is what my pack, more or less, looks like when i have it emptied and spread out. here it is slightly organized into divisions so i can go over my checklist to make sure i have what i need for my trip.

The Pack-
i use a DAKINE-apex. i have had several different back packs over the years. so far in my experience, i havent come across any brands that i like more than either DAKINE or OGIO. there are other more expensive niche brands that will cater to specific markets, but most arent worth the extra money. most times you will end up paying more for either the brand name or for extra bells/whistles that you wont use. i look for packs that will consolidate what i bring with me to be as small as possible and tough as possible. another must is the ability to to hold a 3 litre hydration bladder. when youre away from civilization, staying hydrated is PARAMOUNT! once dehydration settles in, you become a time bomb for cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke(which could kill you or leave you brain dead). compartments to separate each class of your items are something i feel i couldnt do with out at this point. my Apex pack in these pictures has more pockets than you could imagine. each one holds my stuff in place, organized and secure from jumbling around throwing me off balance, wasting my energy.

Hydration and First Aid-

in this pic you will see: 3litre Hydrapck with quick disconnect, various dry snack bars, traumapack, anti-inflammatories, empty pill bottle to hold activated carbon, super glue, wet naps, gauze, wipe-allz paper towels, matches and finally carmex.
-i only use a 3litre hydration bladder because i had ran out of water once with a 2 litre bladder and i ended up paying for it badly. the extra weight is absolutely worth it. i never put anything but CLEAN water and CLEAN ice in my hydration bladder. it prevents any kind of bacteria or nastiness from forming that can make you sick. whats not pictured is the spare 2litre bladder i keep in case i run out and have to fill up from a natural stream/spring and the geigerig virus filter that goes with it(more on this later).
-for food i mostly carry dried fruit, granola bars(high in potassium, sodium, protein and carbs), something with complex carbs(pbj) and small food that wont spoil from heat. its important to read the nutrition facts and make sure what you bring has everything you need nutritionally to keep you going for roughly 48hrs if you get stranded.
-anti-inflammatories are really only for if you have injuries like broken/sprained ankles/wrists, slipped disc in your back, minor knee injuries, etc. these have come in handy numerous times though. soft tissue injuries are very common when youre outdoors. they will definitely help you keep going for a few more hours or miles.
-activated carbon is for when you are bitten by an animal, spider, insect and even a rattle snake. antivenin is expensive and has a very short shelf life. therefore its not practical to keep with you out in the wild. activated carbon has been known to pull venom out of your body after an envenomation when made into a paste and applied directly to the bite wound. the wound and paste will need to be covered with saran wrap to keep oxygen out. I HIGHLY SUGGEST EVERYBODY RESEARCH ACTIVATED CARBON REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT THEY INTEND ON BEING OUTDOORS.
-trauma pack’s are only $20 from local sports stores like big 5. it has everything you need in the event you have an open wound. get one.
-carmex might seem a little strange to keep in your pack, but it has a definite purpose. i dont use it for chapped lips. i use it primarily to put on/around my nose. it really helps opening up the breathing passages. im able to take deeper breaths which in turn helps with my endurance. more oxygen=more energy.
-the rest is pretty much self explanatory.

The Tools-
essential metric tool set, 1/4" snap-on breaker bar with 3/8" adapter and swivel extension, pliers with wire cutter, 5-in-1 ktm tool, crescent wrench, tire inflator with co2 cartridge, tire pressure gauge, hose clamps, zip-ties, bungee cords, 50′ paracord 550lb strength, reliable benchmade knife and rubberized tool bag.
-i dont carry all of this stuff every time, but this is what i would say is my "full kit" for trail repairs. the 1/4" drive breaker bar is key. it helps eliminate pounds of excess weight from carrying a socket wrench kit. actually, finding what multi purpose tools will work for you would be best. less tools=less weight=more energy.

The Comforts-
-pictured; soft safari sun hat, mesh bug net, bandana, spare gloves.
-not pictured; mylar blanket pack
depending on what time of year or what the weather is like, this section can change accordingly. every time i go out, i use everything in this picture. a hat to cover your head and face is essential. on hot days you can even dunk it in a stream to help keep your body temp down. you will wish you had a bug net when the nats start to swarm you, getting in your mouth ears and eyes. or if you come up to a swarm of bees/wasps/hornets, and especially mosquitos. having a set of gloves to protect your hands is something that can change the course of the day or night. if something were to happen to your hands… lets a cut on your palm or you happen to touch poison oak/ivy… your day can quickly become miserable or worse.

mylar blankets are cheap insurance should you get stuck out overnight. it gets REALLY cold out in the middle of nowhere.

Identification-
i carry my expired drivers license, current medical card with blood type and a copy of my registration. i make sure both of those are in a waterproof baggy and in a secured pocket. if you get hassled by rangers, YOU WILL NEED THESE. if you get badly hurt and need emergency evac, your medical card could save your life.

lastly,

Packing it all away neatly-





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Eduardo Dantas

http://www.mmafighting.com/2014/7/23…-for-september

I for one like to see him fight. I think he will finish Warren in 2nd. Interesting comments made by manager. I agree that it is BS to make an interim title 2 months after a successful defense… well read for yourself… Anyway hope to see a date soon. I think he learned a lot from that last loss… He was winning and probably would have won…

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Need pictures of a good looking Aryan male

I need pictures of a beautiful Aryan male. Several pictures preferred. Enough for me to make a fake Facebook account, so I can make a fake Tinder account. We’ll see what kind of disgusting whores will fall for it.

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Happy Bday MMAsterkillah

You’re the best poster/human on this site!

Have a great day, you deserve it!

Wooooo

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Aliens On The Moon: The Truth Exposed

Aliens On The Moon: The Truth Exposed will air tomorrow on Syfy at July 20th at 9pm Eastern. What do you think, are they bases on the moon?

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High School hotties/crushes letting themselves go?

There was this girl I went to school with from grade 5-12 and I had a crush on her since before I was even jerking off. You know when you’re a kid and you get stupid over a particular girl, to the point where you talk to her like you have down syndrome? She was that girl for me. BEAUTIFUL and she had the perfect body: nice round ass and tits that were just the right size. I never had a chance because I was the funny fat guy (aka: perpetually friend zoned by anything with a vagina) but she was the girl of my dreams. So we graduate, I see her at a few parties here and there over the next few years but she moves across the country with her boyfriend in 2006 or so and I slowly forget about her. I don’t even have her on Facebook.

So flash forward to this past Wednesday, I’m at Best Buy looking at the cameras, and this woman comes up to me all friendly, saying my name and asking if I graduated from my high school, and it’s her. And she’s MASSIVE. If she was 120 in high school, she’s at least 220 now. She has a beer belly, her tits are all saggy and she has a huge double chin that jiggles when she talks. To make things worse, she has the worst ciggy breath I’ve ever smelled.

I’ve been in a long term relationship for 6 years so I’m practically married, but I felt like a little piece of me died when I saw her. It was strangely sad and depressing, like subconsciously I felt that some day I would get to fuck her and she would look like she did in high school. I’m still kind of bummed about it and it’s been a week.

For the older gentleman and the few of you retards who actually graduated high school, have you ever had this experience or something like it?

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