- STRENGTH FIGHTER
- HALL OF FAME
- HISTORICAL EVENTS
- STRONGEST MEN EVER
- JOBBERS HALL OF SHAME
- CHEATING NATURE WITHOUT STEROIDS
- MMA BOXING BETTING
- MOVIE THEATER
- BODYBUILDING CHARTS
- Ultimate MMA Strength Workout
- STREET FIGHTING UNCAGED
- KRAV MAGA
- NAKED WOMEN WRESTLING
lundi 3 août 2015
WMAC stands for the fictional World Martial Arts Council, where the best martial artists compete for the ultimate prize, the Dragon Star. The Dragon Star is a gold trophy that looks like a shuriken surrounded by a dragon; it was proof that its holder was the best martial artist in the world. The show lasted for two seasons, from 1995 to 1997.
Past Dragon Star Champions (1995)
(In order in which they have held the title until someone beat them for it)
- Turbo - Michael Bernardo, Shorin-Ryu, Canadian, 5'10", 169 lbs, age 31, Double-Spin-and-Strike
- Olympus - Herb Perez, Tae Kwon Do, 5'9", 178 lbs, 1992 Gold medalist, age 26, Spinning Back Hook Kick
- Superstar - Ho Sung Pak, Kung Fu, Korean, 5'8", 163 lbs, 15 years of training, age 28, Pumping Side-Kick
- The Machine - Hakim Alston, Kickboxing/Tae Kwon Do, 6'4", 216 lbs, 15 years of training, age 29, Switching Axe-Kick
- Red Dragon - Chris Casamassa, Karate, 5'10", 174 lbs, 24 years of training, age 30. Spinning Hook Front-Kick
NOTE: Yin Yang Man was also a contender and he challenged Turbo for the title (hence the reason that Yin Yang Man was starting on his second Dragon Belt when the series started), but Turbo defeated him. Similarly, Warlock was a contender who challenged champion Red Dragon, but Red Dragon won the match.
The Dragon Star
The Dragon Star represents the greatest martial artist in the world. The 8 Points of the Dragon Star represented the 8 points on how a true martial artist would live. The 8 Points are: Discipline, Courage, Forgiveness, Compassion, Honor,Wisdom, Loyalty and Respect.
In Season 2, members of Jukido were banned by the WMAC for not following the Code of the Dragon Star, but some members managed to infiltrate the competition. At end of the Season 2 finale, Hien Nguyen (Tsunami) stole the Dragon Star and brought it to a rooftop building where Michael Foley (Tracy "Tracer" Swedom) and Larry Lam (Warlock) were awaiting a helicopter. The WMAC discontinued all competition until the Dragon Star could be recovered.
The Dragon Star was built by Jim King, the same prop maker that built The Machine Body Armor and several of the weapons for the series. The original design of The Machine armor was redesigned by Jim King prior to its fabrication. The new armor design was incorporated into the toy version of The Machine.
Most Popular Martial Arts Disciplines practiced by the 29 Masters
dimanche 2 août 2015
Retired World Heavyweight Boxing Champion George "Iceman" Chambers (38-0) is set to fight the Russian Prison Champion Yuri Boyka (26-0) in an underground prison MMA championship match...
Undisputed 3 Redemption Full Movie English (2010) Scott Adkins
Same movie, just in case the first streaming got lost..
Russian inmate Boyka, now severely hobbled by the knee injury suffered at the end of Undisputed 2 gets transferred to a Ukrainian facility to fight in a prison tournament.
Initial release: 2010
Director: Isaac Florentine
Running time: 1h 36m
|Undisputed 3: Boyka vs Dolor|
A very good fighting movie, a classic 8-man elimination tournament with fighters from everywhere across the world.
- Brasil A capoeira fighter.
- USA A cool and cocky black boxer looking like Floyd Mayweather.
- Russia Yuri Boyka, the hero. The most complete fighter on earth! (Scott Adkins)
- France A bearded and tattooed jobber.
- Columbia Dolor. The Final Boss.
- North Korea A kung fu / tae kwon do small guy
Unfortunately for our Russian hero Boyka, the tournament is rigged.
Believe it or not, Scott Adkins was only 182 pounds for 5'11" for this movie.
vendredi 31 juillet 2015
Martin "Farmer" Burns (February 15, 1861 – January 8, 1937)
Known for his immense 20" neck for his bodyweight of 165 pounds (75 kg).
Trained himself to be unstrangleable by a rigourous program of neck development.
Could be dropped six feet with an hangman noose around his neck then whistles "Yankee Doodle".
A stunt that Burns would often perform at carnivals and fairs
The defeat to Clayton particularly irked Burns, as he was unable to offset the feared stranglehold that subsequently earned Clayton the moniker Evan “Strangler” Lewis (long before the more famous Ed “Strangler” Lewis was ever born). Consequently, Burns launched into a rigorous program of neck development; and soon built an immense 20” neck that possessed such strength that he could be dropped six feet on a hangman’s noose to no effect (a stunt that Burns would often perform at carnivals and fairs).
While on a trip to Chicago in the spring of 1889, Burns saw a sign offering $25 to anyone who could last fifteen minutes against top grapplers Jack Carleek and Evan Lewis. Burns accepted the challenge and showed up at the Olympic Theater dressed in his regular farmer’s overalls. (source)
Feats of Strength
Burns was well known in the early twentieth century for his neck. Despite the fact that he was only one hundred-sixty pounds, he managed to have a twenty-inch neck. With this neck, according to an article in WWE Magazine, he gained fame by being put into a noose, getting hanged, and living, while whistling "Yankee Doodle". (source)