Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Cage Fighting with Kids

Now, is your problem with children fighting or with Armenians?

(Via Matt Juul)


Friday, October 14th, 2011

Bas “El Guapo” Rutten

I love Bas Rutten and Joe Rogan. Here’s a little more than two hours of reasons why:

Video streaming by UstreamOne knock against El Guapo:

Bas is adamently against fighters using steroids and has on many occasions called the ones that juice “cheaters” and “losers.” Yet he doesn’t seem to view fighters that use painkillers before a fight in the same light, even noting that he’s shot painkillers into his hands and other parts of his body mere minutes before the start of some of his bouts. Isn’t that “cheating,” even kinda?

I’d love to hear what Bas has to say about that. Shit, I’d love to hear what Bas has to say about anything!


Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

The Bad Girls Club

4 ways to improve Oxygen’s The Bad Girl’s Club:

1. Other than turning multiple cameras on human garbage of the “fairer sex”—these girls are grosser than the tampons they soil each month—the show lacks a through-line. For the next season of The Bad Girls Club the Bad Girls should work in a children’s cancer ward.

When I first got here I thought Tommy was real—we cliqued. I had never cliqued with a six-year-old before. But after that shit he pulled—not having my back… I don’t care if he has Leukemia—his ass is fake!

2. One cast member should be a female Mixed Martial Artist. I’d love to see some combinations thrown, a single-leg takedown, an armbar—because the hair-pulling gets old. There are more effective methods of combat.

3. A loaded gun must be accessible at all times in the house—especially when the Bad Girls get back from the club.

4. Someone must hang herself in front of the rest of the cast. It should probably be the “fakest” Bad Girl.

I ain’t cleaning up that fake bitch’s dead body! That bitch was always leaving her shit around! Nasty.


Friday, July 15th, 2011

“Pro Prostu Soba Badz”

Check out the music video for “Pro Prostu Soba Badz,” which features World’s Strongest Man-turned-Mixed Martial Artist Mariusz Pudzianowski and his smaller yet otherwise identical brother, Krystian.

I don’t speak Polish, but I think what the song is trying to say is:

1. Never tucking in nor buttoning your shirt is GOOD.
2. Wearing an undershirt under your button-down is BAD.
3. Bullying is BAD.
4. Looking into the camera while singing is GOOD.
5. Bullies writing words on your forehead is BAD.
6. Learning to box from the creepy dude who lives in your attic is GOOD.


(Via Scott Harris at Bleacher Report)

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Krav Maga Fail #3

Watch closely as Luis Perez, of G and L Krav Maga, demonstrates how to defend yourself from someone with a gun.

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Krav Maga Fail #2

Check out episode 2 of our new web series Krav Maga Fail. Luis Perez of G and L Krav Maga teaches the proper way to apply a rear naked choke and put someone to sleep. Pay attention because this may save your life someday.

Monday, April 11th, 2011

“Let’s Go to War!”

I’ve always been a fan of movie universes where the only way to ease your financial woes is to fight other men—preferably in a tournament.

But Warrior seems to be going above and beyond that. Not only is the main character “upside down” on his mortgage, but he’s also a high school physics teacher-cum-fighter. And his brother, a war hero, is a fighter too. And they’re dad? Nick-to-the-motherfucking-Nolte! And they’re all Irish-American! (I’m also a huge fan of rooting for white guys.)

Check out the trailer:

Suggestion for dialogue change:
Instead of the line “Brendan, it’s me: Pop,” I wish he would have said, “Brendan, it’s me: Nick Nolte.”


(Via Cage Potato)

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

The Gospel According to the Power Ranger

Our very own Lou Perez has an article in the online magazine Religion Dispatches called “It’s Marketin’ Time!: Ex-Power Ranger Morphs into Fighter-Entrepreneur for Jesus.”

The piece  is about ex-Mighty Morphin’ Power Ranger turned cage fighter Jason David Frank, who, for the past couple of years, has been bringing his Jesus Didn’t Tap clothing line to the Christian Mixed Martial Arts enthusiast.

Please read the article, leave comments, and share it with others.

For some behind-the-scene info on the article, visit Lou’s website, the place where Lou Perez is Luis Amate Perez.