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Captured using a specially adapted selfie stick, the sweat inducing images show the lengths some people will go to for the most extreme self portrait.
UFC Champion Ronda Rousey gives a candid interview to Yahoo News & Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga. The MMA fighter opens up about her life, and other issues. She sounds off on steroids, and doping in sports. She also discusses why she would never fight a man and what her future holds when her MMA career is over.
Watch the electric new preview of the UFC 189 main event UFC featherweight title fight between Conor McGregor and champion Jose Aldo on July 11 in Las Vegas.
FORMER UFC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION TO BE HONORED AS PIONEER AT UFC FAN EXPO ON JULY 11
Former UFC® heavyweight champion Bas Rutten will take his rightful place alongside other legendary innovators of the sport in the UFC Hall of Fame. Rutten, who also dominated the Japanese Pancrase organization’s championship landscape during his 33 fight career, will join icons including Royce Gracie, Dan Severn and Chuck Liddell in the Pioneer Era wing of the new-look UFC Hall of Fame.
The Pioneer Era category recognizes great fighters who turned professional before November 17, 2000, when the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts were created and widely adopted. All but one of Rutten’s 33 professional MMA bout were fought in the 1990s, with many of his greatest accomplishments taking place in Pancrase, which used hybrid rules, single-round fights and open-handed striking.
After dominating the competition in Japan, Rutten finally entered the UFC Octagon at UFC 18, on January 8, 1999. Hyped as the greatest MMA fighter in the world, he defeated Tsuyoshi Kohsaka by knockout and returned at UFC 20 four months later to defeat Kevin Randleman to win the vacant UFC heavyweight world title. Rutten was the fourth man to hold the UFC heavyweight championship and third former holder of that belt to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
UFC President Dana White surprised Rutten with the news during an interview on the Inside MMA Show, which Rutten co-hosts. Rutten was concluding an interview previewing tonight’s UFC 187 Pay-Per-View event when White informed the Dutchman that he would be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame on July 11.
“We have International Fight Week in Las Vegas in July,” White began. “And on July 11, at the UFC Fan Expo, you will be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
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Out of nowhere, Nicki Minaj has decided to bless us with the video for “Feeling Myself” featuring Beyoncé. Queen Bey and Queen Nicki join forces in the quirky clip, which premiered on TIDAL.