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    Hulk Hemsworth

    John C Reilly or fuck off.
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    Rude. Khabib posted this: Imagine.
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    The GOAT is calling it a day.
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    Boxing Thread

    He said during Christmas he had a few days off and realised his mind was starting to betray him again, so basically just dived straight back into training. So long as he knows when he's slipping and gets working out, he'll be fine. He calls running his "medicine" because he realises it's impact on clearing his head. His conditioning must be very good, at the minute.
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    Paul Hardcastle's Domestic Football 18/nuh nuh nuh 19

    Indeed. He said Belgium needed him to bulk up, for some reason. The Kak isn't good enough, technically. He's hardly the most clinical of finishers and his lack of ability to control a bloody football kills good build up play and can slow the team down. He's decent running onto things, or was, but he's a bit immobile now he's huge.
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    The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

    Such a repulsive view point is that women are taking the show down. Combat sports and fake wrestling will always be star driven. As such, it's always down to the promotion how stars are presented and delivered. As our Supremo pointed out, the NXT lot were butchered. Almost all of them are something but, realistically, nothing.
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    Paul Hardcastle's Domestic Football 18/nuh nuh nuh 19

    Yeah, it's beautiful seeing this play out. Last night I had reminder on Twitter about of how toxic Mourinho had become, with someone posting a clip of Carragher saying that changing manager wouldn't change how average Pogba is. Seeing all our supposed shite, never good enough players thrive is hilarious. As pointed out, Herrera and Pogba were struggling to get into the team and Rashford looked absolutely shot. It's the pressing game that has ensured we defend better. Ole also says he wants players to defend more one on one, like he did under Fergie. Basically trusting his players.
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    Paul Hardcastle's Domestic Football 18/nuh nuh nuh 19

    The most impressive part of it was doing so with The Kak and Mata replacing the energy, mobility and dance moves of Martial and JLINGZ. I hope Ole gets a full season. He clearly has a vision of how he sees the team playing and the players are clearly responding to it.
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    UFC on ESPN: Ngannou vs Velasquez - Feb 17 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

    Dom Cruz didn't. He brought up the uppercut after the interviews. The camera angle for the super slow-mo replay wasn't the best because you miss the Ngannou punch, but you definitely see Cain's head wobble just as his knee explodes. You feel sorry for Cain, but even he admitted after that he fought like a tit. I'm pretty sure the one thing his coaches told him not to do against Ngannou was rush him in the opening of the round. What do you do, though? His body just isn't going to keep pace, it seems. As always with Ngannou, there is not a more dangerous man in the sport in the opening 2 minutes. It's truly terrifying and points to, once more, the greatness of Stipe. Kron did the job. The way he got the fight to the mat was beautiful and, oof, he hasn't half got his old man's squeeze.
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    What gigs are you going to in the next few months?

    Went to see the International Teachers of Pop tonight; very good. A little absurd, but with some good songs. The crowd were a little shite, dancy-wise, which led to the Brent-esque keyboard player getting a little belligerent, with his band mates very clearly rolling their eyes with his shite. Ian Rankin was floating about in the back.
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    DVDs and Films You Have Watched Recently 3 - The Final Insult

    Blah. As a piece of moving cinema about two opposing characters, it's well done. The white saviour narrative is floating about (hence my comments about it being a bit 80s/90s), but that doesn't exclude the films ability to entertain. There are several scenes where they try addressing the white saviour narrative and, indeed, the person of colour being a sympathy vote for old whitey. As johnnyboy mentioned etc.
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    DVDs and Films You Have Watched Recently 3 - The Final Insult

    Green Book is wonderful. It's filled with some great formulaic 80/90s-esque turns and what not, which works well because they all stick and build goodwill with the two leads. Clearly owes a lot to Planes, Trains and Automobiles with the way the two character play off one another. Whenever a film is over 2 hours I always have a mild sense of dread because if the film isn't hitting the marks then, bloody hell, does it drag in. Thankfully it was a rare effort where you are so charmed (and horrified, of course) by the world created by all involved that you are very happy for it to continue.
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    Smackdown Discussion Thread

    It's annoying because the general order of things is he should be a fat dancer by now. Boogie Bray Wyatt. The Eater of Discos.
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    UFC on ESPN: Ngannou vs Velasquez - Feb 17 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

    Yeah. It was a good interview with Luke Thomas, where that DC quote comes from. How great will it be is Cain is still Cain? If he wins you've got that Stipe match (which I assume will be for the title when DC retires after Brock) to clarify who is the greatest modern/UFC heavyweight in history. Plus, Jones and Cain look set to have a collision for the GOAT title, if all goes well. If Cain isn't relatively healthy now, then he's never going to be. It's to his credit he had a word and realised he needed to step away from it. Of course, part of the time away is due to him telling UFC to pay him his worth, but for a beast like Cain it must have been daunting sitting about in his pants and playing Football Manager. Cain also seems a little more media-friendly, these days, which makes him easier to cheer on. During his glory years he was boring anytime he was not in the cage, but he's let his guard down and seems like a really nice killer you can have a laugh with. I guess some of that is due to him realising how well DC is set to do post fight career, so is making moves to show he does have something resembling a personality. On a side note, in that Thomas/DC interview, Thomas rightly points out how rare AKA is in that there never seems to be massive drama and everyone seems to want their partners to do well. Thomas pointing out that Rockhold leaving would have caused all manner of bollocks in public, but AKA still treat him like a brother. Of course, Cain and DC seem about as tight as you can get, with either man taking turns to step back to let the other shine.
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    Bellator 216: MVP vs Daley - Feb 16

    It will be funny if MVP does a Conor v Aldo against Lima. You know the talk leading up to that will be "how long is MVP going to last against a BJJ black belt?".