UFC 121: New Champ Cain Velasquez Knocks Brock Lesnar The F*#k Out…(FULL FIGHT VIDEO)

UFC 121: Cain Velasquez Stuns Brock Lesnar to Claim Historic Heavyweight Title Win

Oct 24 2010
By Iain Hepburn

BROCK LESNAR’S reign as UFC’s heavyweight champion ended in explosive fashion this morning as Cain Velasquez became the first Mexican to hold the sport’s top prize.

The former WWE star turned MMA villain was out punched and outfought in an stunning flurry from the 28-year-old Latino star in the first round of their title clash at UFC 121.

Lesnar had started strongly, flying out of his corner at the start of the fight, but the Californian-born Velasquez, in front of a home-state crowd, was unintimidated by Lesnar’s size or speed and quickly brushed off any sign of nerves.

He fought back from two takedowns by the bleeding Lesnar to open up with a flurry of blows and a damaging knee that left the Dakota native staggering across the cage floor, before eventually breaking his guard and raining down punches to force a TKO victory with just over four minutes of the allotted 25 gone.

Afterwards the hometown favorite admitted it was a ‘great feeling’ to have claimed victory in Anaheim.

“We knew his game plan going in, and it kind of did surprise me how hard he came forward,” he said.

“I froze. I wasn’t as relaxed as I should have been, but after that takedown he got on me, that’s when I was able to say, ‘Relax, relax.'”

But he also admitted “Now the hard work comes in, definitely” as his first title defense will be against rapidly rising Brazilian striker Junior Dos Santos sometime next year.

Lesnar, meanwhile, is tipped for a rubber match clash with old for Frank Mir before he gets another shot at the title he finally lost his huge grip on.

Elsewhere on the card, new UFC signing and former Strikeforce champ Jake Shields struggled to a points victory over Danish veteran Martin Kampmann.

The victory puts Shields in line for the next welterweight title shot, against the winner of Georges St-Pierre’s title defence against Josh Koscheck.

UFC 121: Cain Velasquez stuns Brock Lesnar to claim historic heavyweight title win

UFC champion Velasquez is next-generation MMA star

USA Today
By Greg Beacham
AP Sports Writer

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The UFC’s new heavyweight champion is a soft-spoken former Arizona State wrestler who dotes on his daughter even during training. Until Saturday night, Cain Velasquez’s life was strictly about family and fighting.

He knows it’s going to get a bit more complicated after he demolished the most famous man in mixed martial arts.

Velasquez won more than a gaudy belt with his stunning first-round stoppage of Brock Lesnar at UFC 121. The San Jose-based fighter has been among the sport’s top prospects for several years, and he realized his potential in a frighteningly lopsided victory that ended with the hulking Lesnar defenseless against his power.

Only when referee Herb Dean halted the fight with 48 seconds left did Velasquez crack his expressionless persona of the past several weeks walking to the middle of the ring, raising his arms in triumph and then putting his hands over his face in disbelief, his Mexican-flag mouthpiece revealed by his first public smile in a while.

“It was a sweet feeling,” Velasquez said. “All the work I put in was for that moment. I pictured it playing out that way. It was the best ending I could think of, as far as the whole story, but I’ve got to keep getting better and look out for whoever is coming.”

With a rigid work ethic instilled in him by immigrant parents, Velasquez is unlikely to get comfortable after becoming the first major Mexican-American heavyweight champion in MMA or boxing. He’s already making plans for his first defense early next year against Brazil’s Junior Dos Santos, the next rising prospect in a division packed with intriguing fighters.

After the fight, he calmly analyzed his game plan against Lesnar with the same detachment that an offensive lineman might use to talk about pass-blocking technique.

“When he starts getting hit is when his hands start to fall apart,” UFC president Dana White said. “It’s not a matter of working on his hands enough. It’s a different ballgame when you’re getting punched in the face.”

Although White’s top star no longer has a belt, Lesnar’s loss actually might help the UFC, which now has two genuine superstar attractions at heavyweight instead of just one. Anyone who watches Velasquez’s thrashing of Lesnar will be intrigued to see how he tackles Dos Santos, the impressive Brazilian striker, while Lesnar is unlikely to lose much of his allure.

“I think people will always be interested in Brock, and now they’ll be interested in Cain, too,” White said.

Original Article…UFC champion Velasquez is next-generation MMA star

(GRAPHIC INJURY VIDEO) Eric LeGrand, Rutgers DT, Paralyzed After Making Violent Tackle…

Eric LeGrand, Rutgers Player, Paralyzed From Neck Down


Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand was paralyzed below the neck after making a tackle during a game against Army, and he will remain hospitalized for the near future.

Coach Greg Schiano said Sunday that LeGrand was resting in the intensive care unit at Hackensack University Medical Center. He had emergency surgery overnight to stabilize the spine after making the tackle during Saturday’s game at the New Meadowlands Stadium.

“Eric’s spirits were as good as you can expect,” said Schiano, who visited with him before and after surgery. “He was cognizant of me being there, his mom, everybody.

“He’s a fighter.”

Schiano, who had tears in his eyes during his press conference following Rutgers’ 23-20 overtime win, talked to his team about LeGrand around noon on Sunday.

“As I talked to our team, we’re just going to believe that Eric LeGrand is going to walk onto that field again with us,” Schiano said. “That’s what we believe. We’ll see with the speed of which that happens.”

LeGrand was hurt with 5:10 to play in the fourth quarter against Army, making a violent tackle on Malcolm Brown on the kickoff return after Rutgers tied the game at 17.

Original Article…Eric LeGrand, Rutgers Player, Paralyzed From Neck Down

(CRASH VIDEO) MTV’s T.J. Lavin In Medically Induced Coma After BMX Wreck…

MTV Host Critically Injured in Dirt Bike Crash

By Charlotte Triggs
October 15, 2010

Pro BMX dirt bike rider TJ Lavin is currently in critical condition at a Las Vegas hospital after attempting a dangerous stunt Thursday evening.

Lavin, an X Games star who hosted MTV’s Real World Road Rules Challenge for 10 seasons, was attempting a “nac nac” jump combination and couldn’t return his feet to the pedals before landing, ESPN reports.

The 33-year-old was competing in the Dew Tour Championships in Las Vegas, Nev., when the accident happened. He suffered a shattered right wrist and broken ribs and was knocked unconscious, it was reported.

Original Article…MTV Host Critically Injured in Dirt Bike Crash


(VIDEO) Atlanta Braves Left Fielder Matt Diaz Tackles Idiot Fan In Outfield…

Atlanta left fielder Matt Diaz Tackles Fan In Outfield (VIDEO)

AP/The Huffington Post

PHILADELPHIA — Atlanta left fielder Matt Diaz helped tackle a costumed fan who ran onto the field and briefly eluded security guards during the Braves-Phillies game Monday night at Citizens Bank Park, where a teenager was subdued with a stun gun this season.

The fan, wearing a red spandex suit with a red mask, jogged onto the field in the bottom of the seventh inning. He was chased by security guards for several seconds. After a guard slipped for the second time, Diaz coolly banged his knee into the back of the fan’s knee, knocking him down. The guards then apprehended the fan.

Diaz got an ovation from the crowd and received high-fives from teammates in the dugout.

“I saw this idiot coming right at me,” Diaz said. “I figured he’d be better off getting tripped than Tased.”

CtPatriot: Heres the Video til they Remove it…

(VIDEO) Broncos WR Kenny McKinley 23 Found Dead: Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound…WTF???

Sheriff: Broncos WR Kenny McKinley found dead

Sept. 18, 2010

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley was found dead in his apartment Monday in an apparent suicide.

Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said authorities were called to McKinley’s apartment in Centennial at 3:35 p.m. local time and found his body in the second-floor master bedroom. He said detectives believe McKinley, 23, was killed by a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Robinson said authorities were called by a female friend of McKinley’s who discovered the body after returning from an errand with his child. The sheriff declined to say if authorities found a suicide note.

“It’s still part of our investigation and probably nothing we’ll talk about right now,” he said.

McKinley’s death is the latest in a series for tragedies for the Broncos in recent years. Cornerback Darrent Williams was slain in a drive-by shooting on New Year’s Day 2007 and three months later backup running back Damien Nash collapsed and died after a charity basketball game in St. Louis.

“Everyone with the Broncos is shocked and saddened by the loss of Kenny McKinley,” team owner Pat Bowlen said in a statement. “He was part of the Broncos’ family and will be greatly missed by our organization. My most heartfelt condolences go out to Kenny’s family and friends.”

The Broncos said coach Josh McDaniels would meet with the media on Tuesday.

In a statement, McDaniels said: “Kenny had a promising future on the football field, but more importantly, he was a great teammate whose smile and personality could light up the room. This is a tragic loss for our football team, and his family is in all of our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.”

McKinley was a second-year pro who was on the team’s injured reserve list with a knee injury. He played in eight games as a rookie in 2009 with seven kick returns for 158 yards before going on injured reserve with a knee injury on Dec. 29.

He recovered and participated in the team’s offseason workouts but got hurt again during the first week of training camp and was placed on IR with a knee injury on Aug. 5.

McKinley was a fifth-round draft choice out of South Carolina in 2009. He attended South Cobb High School in Austell, Ga.

McKinley remains South Carolina’s all-time leading receiver with 207 catches for 2,781 yards. He came back to the school earlier this month, watched the Gamecocks beat Georgia 17-6 and visited with his college coach, Steve Spurrier.

“Had a wonderful smile just like he always did,” Spurrier said.

Full Story…Sheriff: Broncos WR Kenny McKinley found dead

CtPAtriot: This is Bullshit… Why are so Many People Losing their minds?

(VIDEO) Watch Yankee’s Derek Jeter Fakes Being Hit By Pitch…Cheater?

Derek Jeter Pretends He Was Hit By Pitch — Cheater? (VIDEO)


The Tampa Bay Rays beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Wednesday night and are now in first place in the A.L East.

Rays manager Joe Maddon was not in the dugout to see his team win because he was ejected in the seventh inning after arguing about whether or not Derek Jeter was hit by a pitch. It turns out, Maddon was correct.

With one out in the top of the seventh, Rays reliever Chad Qualls appeared to hit Jeter in the elbow. The Yankee shortstop grabbed his elbow and acted like he was in pain. However, the replay showed the ball clearly hit the end of the bat.

Maddon went out to argue and was eventually ejected by home plate umpire Lance Barksdale.

Jeter later confessed that the ball hit the bat. “He told me to go to first base. I’m not going to tell him I’m not going to first, you know,” Jeter said.

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Inside The Actors Studio with Yankees captain Derek Jeter

Sept. 16, 2010
Marc Carig
The Star-Ledger

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Derek Jeter dropped his bat, stepped toward the Yankees dugout, and clutched at his left wrist. For extra effect, he doubled over at the waist. He cringed.

His supporting cast arrived on the scene within seconds, soon to be reduced to props.

“Are you okay?” they asked.

“Yeah,” Jeter answered.

Yet, Yankees manager Joe Girardi looked on with concern as trainer Gene Monohan took Jeter by the left hand, feeling around it for broken bones, even though Jeter already knew he wouldn’t find any.

“Geno acted more than I did, I guess,” Jeter said, with a smile on Wednesday night, admitting to his bit of improvisational theater, that nearly was the difference in what became a 4-3 loss to the Rays.

Monohan may have solidified his bid for best supporting actor, but it was the Yankees’ leading man who commanded center stage, convincing an audience of 29,733 at Tropicana Field that he had been hit by a pitch.

Inside The Actors Studio with Yankees captain Derek Jeter

Busty Larissa Riquelme In Playboy! World Cup Fan NUDE Cover…(11+ NSFW PHOTOS)

Larissa Riquelme In Playboy! NUDE World Cup Fan On Cover

Sept. 15, 2010

Larissa Riquelme, the famous soccer fan who promised to run nude through the streets if Paraguay won the World Cup, is now naked on the cover of Playboy in Brazil.

While Riquelme’s naked pledge ended in heartbreak, the luscious model has had an eventful post-World Cup stretch. She frolicked in Brazil, where she was later robbed. She also landed a Nokia sponsorship.

Now the Paraguayan beauty has stripped down for Playboy, and the curvy soccer fanatic is pictured wearing 3D glasses — among many other poses.

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(PHOTO SLIDESHOW) Busty Larissa Riquelme Will Run Nude If Paraguay Wins World Cup…Why Wait? (NUDE PHOTOS)

More (NSFW) pictures from the Playboy shoot can be found here….
Larissa Riquelme Gets Naked In 3D For Playboy (NSFW Photos)

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