The Legs Of Cyclists
Mark Coleman and his daughters. After losing his fight to Fedor Emelianenko
Tim Duncan made $240 million in his career and he still shops at Old Navy
Highest paid athletes in the world, according to just released estimates from Forbes
Good Guy JJ Watt
And he followed through with his promise…
Gabi Garcia vs a grandma on Dec 31st, Rizin wtf?
Disturbing video emerges of Cyborgs last weight cut for the UFC
10. Rey Misterio Jr. vs. Eddy Guerrero, Halloween Havoc 97
Rey Mysterio had defeated Eddie Guerrero on two separate occasions prior to this. Guerrero’s frustration had caused him to try to rip of Rey’s mask, which led to this legendary title vs mask bout at Halloween Havoc. This match is borderline perfect, I mean really the moves are almost pulled off flawlessly. These are not just hip tosses and head locks too, I mean crazy corkscrew spins, backflips and hurricarana’s out the ass. One can really see that these two were on point when Rey Mysterio hits the fanciest DDT of all time. This is no spot fest though, it is paced very well and Guerrero orchestrates like the virtuoso that he is. Guerrero stretches and beats down Rey Mysterio through out the match. Rey keeps trying to hit Guerrero with big high flying moves, but the champ is just too sly for that. It’s interesting to see when Guerrero finally starts losing his concentration, it is subtle and not over acted like you would see in many other matches. Anyone who loves Jr Heavyweight action needs to see this one.
“Time is something that cannot be bought, it cannot be wagered with God, and it is not in endless supply, time is simply how you live your life….” – Craig Sager
The Bucks wore shooting shirts honoring Craig Sager yesterday night
NFL Wide Reciever Andre Johnson continued his tradition of buying kids toys for Christmas after spending $19,144.58 in Houston
Von Miller gives entire AFC West a bottle of wine in honor and appreciation of playing them twice a year.
Included with each bottle was a note which read:
It is an honor and a privilege to take the field and compete with you twice a year. We are so fortunate to have this opportunity to fulfill our childhood dreams of playing in the NFL. The blood, sweat, aches and pains, and endless hours spent watching film are a testament to the love and dedication we have for this game. So take a moment, reflect on all your successes, and enjoy your accomplishment. Appreciate those who have helped you get this far, and start working towards your next childhood dream.
Thank you for helping to make our game great!
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