mardi 28 avril 2015

Viacheslav Datsik nutcase & warrior

Some words to describe Viacheslav Datsik at first sight: crazy, entertaining, unusual, true warrior...

Viacheslav Datsik isn't only a true warrior willing to die fighting. He is also a legit schizophrenic Russian neo-nazi. Oups!


Read more about the eccentric (fuckin' crazy) Viacheslav Datsik on his wikipedia page.

samedi 25 avril 2015

Enforcer Luciano

From 1980, Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling, Enforcer Luciano challenges Blackjack Mulligan to a Detroit Street Brawl and goes on to break cinder blocks with his bare hands, and eats a light bulb! Luciano was only in the area for about 3 months, but the mobster gimmick never caught on. Blackjack won their matches handily, and Luciano left the area never to return. 

The Texas Street Fight was Mulligan’s specialty match, and involved the participants dressing however they wanted and bringing whatever they wanted into the ring. It amazed me how many "foreign objects" that Luciano could cram into his clothing. He had nearly everything on him but the kitchen sink. Despite chains, brass knuckles, powder, etc. Luciano never got on track against Mulligan. It became clear after a couple of minutes, that this would be a slaughter and Luciano’s swan song in the Mid-Atlantic area. After wearing the Enforcer down, Mulligan took one of his cowboy boots off, flung Luciano into the ropes and smashed him in the head with the hard boot. The Enforcer was counted out, and Luciano proceeded to lay flat on his back with his arms and legs spread out wide for a good five minutes. The image of Luciano laying in the middle of the ring for so long has always stayed with me. To this day, when I see anyone in any sport get a real butt-kicking, I remember the Enforcer on this night and think to myself that they didn’t get laid out nearly as badly as Luciano did! Needless to say, Enforcer Luciano was never heard from again after this Texas Street Fight!

Buster Guillotine Gordon, in which persona he somehow snagged the cover of the Wrestling Revue issue with Jeff Walton's great report on Stevens' win over Sammartino in S.F., and is immortal for being voted by the Japanese wrestlers the worst gaijin to ever wrestle in Japan of all time (which, as I always say, is hardly fair, as he may also have been the worst gaijin to ever wrestle OUTSIDE Japan, either).

Everybody seem to blast Enforcer Luciano as a shitty worker and talker. But personally, I do enjoy his gimmick. And yes, those knuckles look legitimately swollen!

Enforcer Luciano was Charles Weir (real name) and he wrestled under these aliases: Buster Gordon, the Enforcer, Evil-Eye Gordon, Evil-Eye Valentine, Guillotine Gordon, Jimmy Valentine, P.J. Higgins, and Sonny Love. He was not missing an eye! He was from Detroit, Michigan, USA. 

Born January 14, 1935 and billed as 6'5", 265-300 pounds.;f=9;t=042158;p=0

WWF Bunkhouse Battle Royal

"come as you are, anything goes"

Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal: Jan. 3, 1987

Bunkhouse Battle Royal by Stinger1981

This was featured in the WWF Magazine that hits the stands around January 1988-- and the match had taken place sometime in October 1987. It was billed as a "Bunkhouse Stampede", where wrestlers were allowed to bring weapons or wear unusual garb. 

-Leaping Lanny Poffo wearing a suit of armour
-Sika brought his bone 
-The British Bulldogs brought a giant dog-catcher's net. 
-Ultimate Warrior wore.....facepaint! 
-Butch Reed wore jeans and a t-shirt 
-Don Muraco wore the Jets uniform. 
-The Rougeaus wore NY Islanders jerseys and helmets. 
-Dino Bravo wore a Montreal Canadiens jersey and helmet 
-JYD carried his chain, "Ruby" 
-Hercules wore...workout pants! 

- King Kong Bundy wore black work clothes
-Haku wore bicycle shorts
-Mr. Fuji is wearing a blazer 

Ken Patera and Billy Jack Haynes were teaming at the time as buddies from Oregon. So to fit the part of lumberjacks, both wore flannel and brought out chainsaws! But they didn't bring the chainsaws into the ring.

Mike Rotundo, Danny Spivey, Bob Orton, Dick Slater, Jimmy Jack Funk, Pete Doherty, and Blackjack Mulligan all wear typical NWA Bunkhouse Battle Royal/cow boy clothes. Cow boy boots, jeans, T-shirt...

The worst dress award is for Greg "The Hammer" Valentine who wore a black speedo and a tight white wifebeater. A perfect choice of gear to go to a Saturday night barroom brawl. lol

Jimmy Jack Funk broke his hand while punching Lanny Poffo on his helmet.
Jobber Scott McGee injured himself and left on a stretcher.

mardi 21 avril 2015

HERO El Rey de Peleando


Aliases: El Rey de Peleando
Real Name: unknown. 
HERO's real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans.
Birthplace:Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 250 lbs
Years Pro: 11
Age: 25

Ethnicity: Latin
Nationality: Mexican
Language: Spanish only
Blood Type: O
Category: Chemically Assisted & Raw

  • Lucha Libre World Heavyweight Champion. Hero is the face of Lucha Libre and draws full houses defending Mexico's honor against foreign wrestlers. Became champion last year but with his UST contract, he won't be able to defend his title this year and an interim champion will be crowned via a 16-man elimination tournament. vacated. He still is in possession of the championship belt, always carry it with him and uses it in UST's promotional events. Offering a good international exposure for Lucha Libre.
  • Rumored to be a former pro bodybuilder, Mr. Mexico, and / or a priest. 
  • His mask is ALWAYS worn. The only times he puts it off is when he showers and sleep.
  • While wrestling and fighting, Hero always wears two masks; a laced one and another underneath just in case. Would rather lose than being unmasked.
  • He always does his promos in Spanish.
  • He became a national hero being both a wrestling champion and a movie star/character. However, despite being an hero in Mexico, he is not yet recognized as a megastar in the United States. 
  • Nonetheless, he is extremely popular with children and has a strong following among Hispanic people in Mexico and the United States. He is perceived as a lovable good guy and just like other UST Combatant, he will become a world wide megastar at UST 3.

Body Fat: 5-7%
Arms: 24"
Chest: 58"
Thighs: 36"
Waist: 36"
Calves: 22"
Neck: 23"

Deadlift: 800 pounds
Squat: 600 pounds for 20 reps, 700 pounds for 10 reps
Bench Press: 450 pounds for several reps, 500 pounds
Clean and Press: 380 pounds (continental press)
Seated Rowing: 350 pounds for several reps
Leg Press: 1800-2000 pounds for 20 reps
Calf Raises: 1500 pounds

He could do

  • 14 muscle-ups.
  • three one-arm chin-up.
  • the iron cross (crucifix on the gymnastics rings).
  • walk up, and down stairs on his hands.
  • a one-arm hand stand.
  • the human flag.
  • hand stand push-ups.
  • standing back flips. Always do one after winning a match.

Superhuman Powers: None but he is the perfect blend of strength, speed, and flexibility.

Style: Hero Libre MMA (His personal fighting style - an amalgam from his diverse training background - lucha libre, tae kwon do, jujutsu, and boxing.)
     2th Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do (ITF)
     1st Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do (WTF)
     1st Dan Black Belt in Jujutsu
  • Grew up in a tough neighborhood
  • Trained in Tae Kwon Do for 13 years from the age of 3 until 16. 
  • Trained in gymnastics for 6 years from the age of 10 until 16.
  • Began training in Lucha Libre at the age of 13.
  • Make his professional wrestling debut at only 14 years old.
  • Began weight training at the age of 16. Stopping tae kwon do and gymnastics to dedicate himself to bodybuilding.
  • Started training in Japanese Jujutsu at the age of 19.
  • Trained for 3 months to make his professional boxing debut. But it never happened since the athletic commission wouldn't permit him to box with his mask on. He was 21 years old at the time.
  • He eats 500 grams of protein a day and stuffs himself every two hours.
  • The fact that he is on steroids, GH, insulin, thyroid drug, and DNP (the most dangerous and potent drug to lose fat while eating like a pig) is an open secret. 
  • Hidden reality. He doesn't even take the bodybuilding supplements he endorses.
  • Nonetheless, a very generous person who dedicate a lot of his time and Money to children related charity. He always take the time to sign autographs and pose with the fan. Very popular among children. He is a national hero in Mexico.

  • HERO's greatest rival is his antagonist ZERO La Peste Negra.

Signature Moves:
  • Gorilla Press Drop (can lift up to a 350-pound fat man this way) followed by a Standing Moonsault followed by a Standing Shooting Star Press
  • Superman Punch
  • Spinning Piledriver (illegal in Mexico)

Home Field: Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico (132,274 spectators)

Theme Song: Holding Out For A Hero - Isabel Gimenez (yo quiero un heroe) 


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dimanche 19 avril 2015

Fedor vs Bob Sapp arm wrestling

It's kind of surprise me that the 235-pound Fedor Emelianenko can held his own in an arm-wrestling match against the 350-pound Bob Sapp.

Fedor, full of pride (no punt intend), prefered to get out of the grip than losing. One of my trick! I fuckin' hate losing too!

Daikaiju (Giant Monster)


Aliases: Giant Monster
Self-proclaimed: The Tallest, Biggest, Strongest and Toughest Man In The World
Birthplace:JapanLand of the Rising Sun / Tokyo, Japan
Height: Over 8 Feet Tall 
Weight: Half a Ton (and Still Growing)
Age: 20

Ethnicity: Asian
Nationality: Japanese
Blood Type: B
Category: Natural & Raw

Fighting Style: Size & Strength

Favorite Move: Suffocation (body-smother)

Daily Breakfast "to keep his size and strength":
  • 36 fried eggs
  • 3 lbs of bacon
  • 1/2 lbs of ham
  • 2 whole loafs of bread
  • 10-12 pancakes
  • 12 croissants
  • 2 liters of milk
  • 1 liter of orange juice

Daily Alcohol Consumption "to feel warm":

  • 14 bottles of wine
  • 2 liters of vodka
  • 2 or 3 cases (24) of beer

Other feats of food and booze:
  • 15 chickens in one sitting

His greatest feat of strength -- simply supporting his enormous frame everyday.

Acromegaly, excessive sweating, enormous size, superhuman strength, gargantuan appetite.

Making his fighting debut in the Universal SLAUGHTERSPORT Tour without having any combat sports or martial arts background nor experience whatsoever. Never had a single fight in his life. His first ever fight will take place at the grandest stage of them all, the Universal SLAUGHTERSPORT Tour. 

Aside from his world-record setting dimensions, all he has is only 6 months of training, period. His training focused on using his superhuman size and strength to his maximum advantage.

Age 9: 6'
Age 10: 200 lbs
Age 12: 6'6"
Age 16: 600 lbs
Age 17: 7'7"

The half-ton Daikaiju 
Can you tell me what you gonna do against an 8 feet tall, half a ton giant??? One of his legs is heavier and bigger than your body!??!
Just one advice: Get the fuck out of here!

Personality: A gentle giant, professional, very kind, big heart, sociable, friendly, funny, who takes the time to sign an autograph for everyone and to socialize with fans. He indulges with food, alcohol, and women. 
Nonetheless a ruthless merciless killer during promos and inside the Battlefield. He won't hesitate about squashing his enemy like a bug. 

Music Theme: Scariest Horror Music Ever

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vendredi 17 avril 2015

Doritos commercial Hero

Best TV commercial ever. It give you the envy to eat Doritos to become a limitless Hero too. However, in real-life, the only thing that can make you a Hero is Money.

jeudi 16 avril 2015

The number one mistake in MMA betting (Jason Rothman)

The author of "Betting on MMA: Easy Money From the Toughest Sport," Jason Rothman make an interesting parallel between stock market investing and sports betting. 

Here below are some of his valuable wisdoms.

The number one mistake in MMA betting – Part 1
“I could improve your ultimate financial welfare by giving you a ticket with only twenty slots in it so that you had twenty punches – representing all the investments that you got to make in a lifetime. And once you’d punched through the card, you couldn’t make any more investments at all. Under those rules, you’d really think carefully about what you did, and you’d be forced to load up on what you’d really thought about. So you’d do so much better.”
-Warren Buffett

“As Jesse Livermore said, ‘The big money is not in the buying and selling… but in the waiting.’”

“Success means being very patient, but aggressive when it’s time.”

-Charlie Munger

Drum roll please… The number one MMA betting mistake that people make is betting on too many fights. It is that simple. There are several reasons why betting too often is and will probably always be the number one MMA betting mistake, and we will explore them in this article. It all comes down to two main topics: the human nature of the sports bettor and the misguided incentives for many of the parties involved in MMA betting. First let’s take a look at why betting too often is the number one mistake. And then we will examine how the individual issues contribute to the overall problem.

Why is betting too often a mistake?

MMA betting, from my perspective, is all about finding low risk, high reward situations and then betting them aggressively. I do in MMA betting what Warren Buffett and his partner Charlie Munger do in the business world. Buffett and Munger practice value investing and they do it in the style of focus investing.

Value investing is the discipline of looking for investments in which the price of the investment is cheaper than the intrinsic value of the underlying business. An example of value investing is when in 1988 Warren Buffett began buying up Coca-Cola stock. In 1988 Coke was coming off of a couple of slow growth years and Wall Street had decided that Coke was a bad stock to buy. Wall Street was full of short-term thinkers who had convinced themselves that Coca-Cola’s stock should sell for around $40 a share. Buffett looked into Coca-Cola, thought for himself and ignored Wall Street’s groupthink, and determined that the Coke’s business was worth $59 a share. Buffett was getting a 30% margin of safety on his investment.

In 1988 Buffett had found himself a great value investment in the Coca-Cola Company. And in the style of focus investing, Buffett bet big and invested heavily in Coke stock. By the end of 1989 Coca-Cola stock represented 35% of Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway. Buffett found a low risk, high reward opportunity, and he bet on it in a big way. This is exactly what I advise in MMA betting. Your job as an MMA bettor is to continually search for low risk, high reward bets and when you find them bet them big.

In order to have a low risk, high reward betting opportunity, you need to have a large margin of safety. I advise having at least a 20% margin of safety. The margin of safety is the difference between your own handicap of a fight and the moneyline odds. Then you make your own handicap of the fight and compare your percentage odds to the moneyline odds (which can also be thought of as the market’s odds). When you have a large difference between your odds and the market’s odds, you have a bet. These low risk, high reward fights do not come around often, so when they do, I advise following in Buffett’s footsteps and betting them aggressively.
The major problem that most MMA bettors make is betting too often. Having a 20% or greater difference between your odds and the market’s odds on a fight is not a common occurrence. Maybe one year it will happen twice and maybe the next year it will happen fifteen times, but it is definitely not happening on every single UFC card. People who find a bet on every UFC card are betting way too often and costing themselves money.

The first issue is that when you bet so often, you will very rarely be getting a 20% or greater margin of safety. This is big deal. Nothing is more important in MMA betting than having a large margin of safety. The margin of safety protects us from our own stupidity, our overconfidence as handicappers, and from unlucky things out of our control like fighters coming into fights with injuries we do not know about, fluke knockouts, and bad judges. Having a large margin of safety is essential to being a profitable MMA bettor. It ensures that we are only making the most profitable low risk, high reward MMA bets.

In the field of engineering the margin of safety concept is well established. Every time engineers set out to build something they include a margin of safety. For example, imagine that we were an engineering firm hired by a city to build an automotive bridge. If the maximum traffic that could be on the bridge at one time was 100 tons, we would never want to cut it too close by building a bridge that could only withstand 110 tons of traffic. That would be way too risky. Instead, we would want to have a large margin of safety and build a bridge that could withstand 200 tons of traffic. The importance of having a margin of safety is easy to see when it comes to engineering, but it is hardly ever brought up in investing and sports betting. Know the margin of safety concept well, and have at least a 20% margin of safety on every bet that you place.

“In this game, the market has to keep pitching, but you don’t have to swing. You can stand there with the bat on your shoulder for six months until you get a fat pitch.”

-Warren Buffett

The second problem that arises from betting on too many MMA fights, is that you run the risk of depleting your capital and missing out on the chance to bet big on the low risk, high reward opportunities. If you bet on high risk, low reward fights (which is exactly what you do when you bet too often) you will often go on losing streaks and your betting funds will be depleted. When this happens, and it definitely will happen from time to time, you will not be able to bet as big as you could have on the huge opportunity that is a low risk, high reward fight. To me, this is just stupid. Why take large risks over and over for only small rewards when you can just sit back, wait for the fat pitches right down the middle, and hit them out of the park by betting bet? There is no rule that says you have to place bets all the time. I advise doing what Warren Buffett does with investing – be patient, save your money for the fat pitches, and fire big when you find these low risk, high reward opportunities.

This is the end of part 1 of the The number one mistake in MMA betting. I will post part 2 of the article tomorrow.

-Jason Rothman

Author of "Betting on MMA: Easy Money From the Toughest Sport," and an all around good guy.

The number 1 mistake in MMA betting - Part 2

Now that we have covered why betting too often is the number one mistake in MMA betting, let’s take a look at the reasons that cause this mistake to continually be made.

“Patience – resist the natural human bias to act.”

-Charlie Munger

The first reason why MMA bettors bet on too many fights is themselves. As Charlie Munger says, the natural human bias is to act. It is unnatural for us to be patient and sit back and wait for great opportunities (like Warren Buffett advises us to do). In addition to the human instinct to act, sports bettors are gamblers who like the action. The only reason that I bet on MMA fights is to make money. But the majority of MMA bettors, even if they do not admit it to themselves, value the rush that they get from betting more than making money. You must admit to yourself that you get a sense of enjoyment from betting on fights, and then you need to get over it. Betting on MMA is about making money. In order to make the most money, you need to be very selective about which fights you bet on.

Another reason why making too many bets is the biggest MMA betting mistake is because of the sportsbooks where the bets are placed. The sportsbooks have no interest in who wins a fight. All the sportsbooks care about is how much money is bet on a fight. The sportsbooks make their money by taking a vigorish on each bet. The vigorish is the house fee for matching two sides of a bet, holding the money while the fight takes places, and paying out the funds to the winning side.

Again, the sportsbooks have no interest in who wins a fight. All that they care about is increasing the total amount of money that is wagered on a fight. As the total amount of money bet on a fight increases, the amount of the house’s vigorish fee increases. If $1 million is bet on a fight, the house will make $50,000. If $10 million is bet on a fight, the house will make $500,000. And so on. How do the sportsbooks make more money? They encourage more action. As more bets are placed, the house makes more money. So it is in the interest of the sportsbooks to try to increase the number of bets that MMA bettors make. The sportsbooks’ encouragement to make more and more bets is a major reason why MMA bettors place too many bets.

Like the sportsbooks, the MMA media is also encouraging too many bets. Included in the MMA media are the major MMA news websites, as well as the MMA betting experts pitching betting advice on Twitter and their own websites.

MMA news websites make their money by creating content, getting hits, and selling ad space on that content. More content leads to more eyeballs, which leads to more ad revenue. It is in the MMA news websites’ best interests to create more and more content. A good source of content is MMA betting advice articles. They can do these for every UFC card. The UFC is planning 31 events for 2013, and you can bet that the MMA news websites will have a gambling advice article for each and every one. The problem is that the best and only true advice for most of these cards is to not bet on any of the fights! On most UFC cards, there are no low risk, high reward betting opportunities. And the best thing that you can do most of the time is to not bet on any of the fights. But do not bet is boring advice and does not make for a revenue generating article. The MMA betting advice on most of the MMA news websites is garbage. The reason they put out betting advice articles for every card is to generate ad revenue. Avoid getting caught up in the you must bet on every UFC card hype that these news websites’ stories generate.

Another issue of increased content means increased revenue is with the MMA betting “experts” on Twitter who run their own for-pay advice websites. Their pay models work like this; they sell advice packages on every UFC card. For betting advice on one UFC card they charge $100 and for betting advice on three UFC cards they charge $200 and so on. This pay model incentivizes the “experts” to pump out advice content on every single UFC card, regardless of whether it really is good advice. The more “advice packages” created and sold, the more money they make. And guess what, no one is going to pay to hear don’t bet over and over, even though don’t bet is often the best advice when it comes to MMA betting. These betting advice experts are not going to make money unless they are telling people to bet! The experts are incentivized to find profitable bets even when none really exist. Be wary of the people selling MMA betting advice packages. They have the wrong incentives. Instead of being patient and finding profitable low risk, high reward bets, they are incentivized to come up with bets on each and every UFC card.

The final contributor to issue of betting too often is gambling theory. Gambling theory, when used correctly, is a very profitable approach to all types of gambling. It works in poker and in sports betting. But it can also be used incorrectly and give MMA bettors an excuse to act like imbeciles. Gambling theory has to do with mathematical expectation, also called expected value. Say Anderson Silva is fighting Georges St. Pierre and the moneyline odds have Anderson as a -200 favorite to win. The -200 odds compute to a 67% chance to win. Say your own handicap puts Silva as an 80% favorite to win the fight. In this fight you have a positive expectation. Assume you wager $1,000 on Silva at -200. By your own handicap Silva will win 80% of the time. So 80% of the time you will win $500, and 20% of the time you will lose $1,000. Your positive expectation is $200. This is computed by taking the $400 ($500 x .8) you win on average less the $200 ($1,000 x .2) you will lose on average. So over the long run, if you made this bet over and over, you would win an average of $200 each time.

Theoretically what all this means is that you will be making a positive EV gamble every time that you bet on a fight in which your odds are at least one percent different than the moneyline odds. Following the above example, if you had Silva winning the fight 68% of the time then you could justify a bet since theoretically you would be making $20 in positive EV each time you placed the bet. Betting with such small margins of safety (anything less than a 20% difference) is just silly and excessive, unnecessary risk taking. But since it is positive EV, it must be a profitable move to bet with one, five, ten, and fifteen percent margins of safety, right? Wrong. If we were computers and did not have our human emotions and biases then betting with small margins of safety would be good moves. But we are human and we need to take into account our natural inclination to be overconfident in our own abilities. We also need to take into account what a prolonged losing streak would do to our emotions and how it would negatively affect our betting and decision making abilities. To be a profitable MMA bettor you need to have a large margin of safety when you bet. But having a large margin of safety is not a common occurrence. This results in MMA bettors and advice givers misusing gambling theory to justify making bad bets. Phil Galfond, who is one of the best poker players in the world, has written a great article on the failings of strictly following EV and chasing every little edge.

Betting on too many fights is by far the number one MMA betting mistake. Low risk, high reward bets do not come around often in MMA, and as a result, the best thing you can do as an MMA bettor is to be patient and avoid betting on too many fights. There are several contributing factors as to why MMA fans make the mistake of betting on too many fights, and I covered them in the above article. I hope this post was informative, convincing, and improves your MMA betting skills. Thanks and good luck!

-Jason Rothman

Author of "Betting on MMA: Easy Money From the Toughest Sport," and an all around good guy.

lundi 13 avril 2015

Ric Flair worst haircut ever

Circa 1991, Ric Flair had the worst haircut you can ever imagine.

Isn't it horrible and ridiculous?

"The Leech"

Jose "Sanguessuga" Gomes

The Leech: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu master & strongman
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Nickname: Sanguessuga, The Leech
Birthplace:Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height: 6'1 1/2"
Weight: 251 lbs
Years Pro: 1
Age: 31

Vertical Leap: 40"
100-Meter Dash: 10.5 seconds
Shot Putt: 19 meters

Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Team: Jose Gomes BJJ & Weightlifting School Of Manhood (He is the main instructor of his own BJJ/Weightlifting school in Rio, Brazil)

Sports: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Olympic Weightlifting
Occupation: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor / Olympic weightlifting coach

Grappling Record: 37-2-1
     3rd Degree Black Belt Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Clean and Jerk: 505.5 lbs (229.3 kg)
Snatch: 401.5 lbs (182.5 kg)
Total: 907 lbs (412.27 kg)

  • Placed 12th in Weightlifting (Men +105 kg) at the Summer Olympics Games. He was 25 years old and the lightest competitor of the weight class. 

A two-sport athlete.
Started BJJ at the age of 8.
Started Olympic weightlifting at the age of 10.
Earned his BJJ black belt at the age of 20.
Placed 12th in Weightlifting (+105kg) at the Olympics at the age of 25.
Defeated The Big Thing at the Alpha Male / Strength Fighter Of The Year competition. The Big Thing submitted in 4:51 from exhaustion.

About his Fighting Style: "Jiu Jitsu is enough. I focus on what I do best." He is one of the best Jiu Jitsu fighters of all times. 

Strategy: Sticking to his opponent like a leech... Doing all king of locks and chokes to make them tap out or pass out... Hair pulling, using his gi as a weapon.

Arsenal: Throws, Joint Locks, Holds, Trapping and Chokes... Which include Triangles, Omaplatas, Gogoplatas, Kimura, Gi Chokes, Judo Throws...

Gear: A short GI - less to grab for the enemy - covered with patches from head to toes. Has hard patches on the end of his sleeves and on his collar to make his gi very difficult, if not impossible, to hold onto. (UST 4)

Entourage: School Of Manhood. 15 students from his School Of Manhood holding his school flag and wearing the School Of Manhood/Team Gomes T-shirt.

Home Field: Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (95,000 spectators)
Theme Song: Ennio Morricone - Ecstasy of Gold (The good, the bad and the ugly)

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vendredi 10 avril 2015

Paleo Diet / Caveman Eating

Paleo Eating, A.K.A Caveman Eating

Cut out your processed junk foods, grains, sugars, dairy, legumes and increase the amount of REAL foods you eat.

The basics – You can eat all of this:

LOTS of Animal proteins – meat, fish, shellfish, eggs, poultry

• Fruits

• Vegetables

• Nuts & seeds

• Mushrooms

BUT, It means saying NO to:

• Grains – YES even “WHOLE Grains w/ added fiber = still bad!


• Beans/Legumes – High amounts of starch…


• and anything else that’s highly processed that includes flour, grain, ect…

That’s your basic STRICT Paleo Diet.

mercredi 8 avril 2015

Pistrix - Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT (Rome)


Nicknames: God of the Battlefield, The Bringer of Pain, The Shark (Japan)
Birthplace:Province of Caceres, Spain
Residence: Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT,Rome, Italy
Height: 6'
Weight: 190 lbs
Years Pro: 3
Age: 25
Reach: 75"

Blood Type: AB
Category: Natural & Raw

MMA Light Heavyweight Champion
Former MMA Champion (1-night tournament)

Fighting Styles: Mixed Martial Arts (Catch Wrestling and Kickboxing) / SLAUGHTERSPORT (Pankration)
  • Worked at the farm since the age of 7 which gave him a lean muscular body, good strength, and a solid grip.
  • Started training in catch wrestling and kickboxing at 15 to become an MMA fighter.
  • A man who combines brutal kicking ability with a vast knowledge of submission holds.
  • His fighting style is all about speed and conditioning. He is lightning fast and relentless.
  • Often destroys his opponents under one minute and even under 30 seconds.
  • Among the best fighters in the world.
  • Defeated Konga Ruopa and two other opponents in a one-night, eight-man, elimination tournament to become MMA Champion.
  • Was MMA Light Heavyweight Champion before forfeiting the title to join the Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT.
  • Joined the Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT for six months before competing in the annual UST 3. He will train, eat, sleep, and live full-time at the Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT for the entire duration of the tournament.

MMA record: 14-4

  • 1st match: KO'd a 6'9", 620-pound sumo champion in 35 seconds with strikes in the United States.
  • 2nd match: KO'd a 400-pound Hawaian fighter in 15 seconds with punches in the United States.
  • 3rd match: Submitted 6'3", 285-pound former MMA champion Konga Ruopa in 15:30 with a triangle choke. He was pound-and-grounded for the entire match til he saw an opening and caught Ruopa in the choke. Won the MMA World Championship 8-man, one-night, single elimination tournament in the United States.
  • 4th match: TKO'd the future Japanese Pro Wrestling "World" Champion in 21 seconds with a head kick and punches in Japan.
  • 5th match: KO'd a 6'4", 280-pound pro wrestler reputed for his toughness and legendary in Japan, but he is 44 years old and 10 years past his prime in 22 seconds with a knee to the face in Japan.
  • 6th match: Lost
  • 7th match: Submitted an overmatched 6'4", 390-pound, 35 years old, multiple-time pro wrestling world champion  with a rear naked choke in 2:15 in Japan. The pro wrestler received $100,000 for the match.
  • 9th match: KTFO'd of Mexican pro wrestler, MMA fighter, and accomplished amateur wrestler with a head kick in 46 seconds in Japan. Santos Rodriguez, 6'7", 304 lbs, age 24. Greco-Roman wrestling champion. MMA record: 3-2. After this defeat, Rodriguez trained hard, got better, won 6 fights in a row and became MMA Champion. Ending his career a year later with an MMA record of 9-5 after losing his two last world championship match.
  • 15th match: Submitted overhyped 6'9 3/4", 350-pound former football player, full-time celebrity, part-time pro wrestler, full-time MMA fighter and Kickboxer in 2:15 with soccer kicks. His MMA record was 11-4 at the time.
  • 16th matchTKO'd the former Japanese Pro Wrestling "World" Champion, for the second time, in 1:02 with punches in Japan.
  • 17th match: Submitted a masked high-flyer Japanese wrestling legend (5'6", 200 lbs, 18 years pro, 38 years old) in 1:48 with a rear naked choke in Japan. It was the masked wrestler birthday.
  • 18th match: Submitted Olympic freestyle wrestling gold medalist in the heavyweight weight class (198-220 lbs) at the age of 27, 2-time World Champion, 4-time All American (5'10", 199 lbs, age 33) in 16 seconds with an armbar to win the MMA Light Heavyweight Championship in Japan. The Olympic gold medalist had a MMA record of 3-0 before this fight.
Has always been seen and promoted as the MMA representant against the world. Taking on all-comers from diverse fighting styles and destroying pro wrestlers in Japan for big Money.

Speed, stamina, conditioning, and athleticism. Just like his name says - Pistrix which is the Latin word for Shark - he constantly attacks.

Always goes for the early kill but can be patient if necessary.

He celebrates his wins by laughing of his fallen opponents and by screaming "I am Pistrix! rooarrrhh" while raising both arms looking in the air.

Home Field: taly (50,000-80,000 spectators)
Theme song: Rollerball intro, Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor

Agent: Gary Barzetti fired before UST 3
Sponsors: He is making $30K per war just by wearing his gear. Thanks to his agent who was fired by UST Management. 


Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT (Rome, Italy) 
is said to be a lot tougher and more violent than the SLAUGHTERSPORT Training School (America). Modeled after the Gladiators training of the Ancient Rome. Sponsored by the Universal SLAUGHTERSPORT Tour. 

All recruits enrolled sign a contract forfeiting his human rights and if he ever make it to the Universal SLAUGHTERSPORT Tour. He will only be paid half of his UST salary and purses for his lifetime. No matter if he still live or not in the Ludus. 

His SLAUGHTERSPORT contract also stipulates that he is prohibited to work for any other Combat Sports companies for the next 10 years.

Lanista (owner of the Lupus) employed by SLAUGHTERSPORT
Placide LaFamme, a 73 years old martial arts master, instructor, author, and publisher from Paris, France with over 60 years of experience in martial arts.
6'1", 187 lbs
9th Dan Karate
9th Dan Judo
7th Dan Aikido

Lived 10 years in Japan learning and teaching martial arts.

Tall, slim and fit... Balding with a short crown of white hair and a well-trimmed white beard... A caucasian with a deep dark tan... Brown eyes... Always dressed in white... Look much more younger than he is. 

Languages spoken: French, English, Japanese, Italian, Spanish.

An advocate of full contact free fighting. The style of fighting only practised in the SLAUGHTERSPORT.
A man of honor and discipline who show great pride and respect toward his students. A skilled and cunning businessman.

Doctore (trainer) Alexandros di Sparta (non-related to Norman di Sparta) is a 50 years old Spartan Greek martial artist, fitness freak, professional trainer of Pankration, and author of several books, articles, and videos about Pankration. 

5'8", 216 lbs of muscle. Head and face cleanly shaved.
Always wear black spandex shorts, a black Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT or UST tank top, black knee sleeves, black ankle-high boxing shoes, white socks, black MMA gloves. 

Languages spoken: Greek, Italian, and English

Began training in Pankration at the early age of 7. 
He was acclaimed as the one and only Grandmaster of modern day Pankration. Once trained "The Slayer of Norman di Sparta", "The World's Greatest Fighter" Santos Dixon.
He has taught and coached many well-known martial artists, kickboxers, wrestlers, actors, film writers, bodyguards, law enforcement officers, swat team members and elite members of the Army.
He always carry a Singapore cane, for use as both a training aid and for administering discipline and punishment. 
In sparring he advocates protective gear in order to simulate realistic conditions without risking serious injury.

He is said to be an excellent Combatant who kicked the ass of any students who dared to challenge him. Few lasted more than a few minutes against him.

A physical fitness devotee well-known for his high energy, motivation and intense discipline. He commands nothing less than maximum effort from his students.

He is fascinated by the unarmed hand to hand combats (pankration, wrestling and boxing) of the Ancient Rome, ancient Greek Pankration, and the grapplers of the ancient world.

Medici (Doctor) Dr. Guy Wendell, a 50 years old orthopaedic surgeon, karate black belt, from Birmingham, Alabama, United States who was the personal physician of a famous American kickboxing world champion and of a former bodybuilding world champion.

A 6'2" rather slim middle age man with glasses, stylish brown hair, always dressed impeccable in expensive suit, tie and shoes. All that with a $50,000 watch and a $100,000 car.

15 years of medical practice
Languages spoken: English and Spanish

A martial arts practionner since the age of 5, karate since 24. Also did kickboxing.
Founded Extreme Pit Fighting Competition, Inc. (EPFC) three years ago. The company still exist but was inactive for the last two years. He is still registered as its President & CEO.

He is a proponent of :

  • No-holds-barred, no rules, reality fighting (only eye pokes and biting forbidden). 
  • His goal was to have 8 champions from different countries and fighting styles.
  • Insists that each fighters wear the clothing of his fighting style.
  • Building his company around his star-fighter paying him in accordance. 
  • No gloves allowed. Gloves are weapons.
  • Non-exclusive contracts. His fighters can fight wherever they want.
  • Against drug testing. Stating that drug testing is a waste of time. It's a moral problem. Drug using is a personal choice.

All three lives full-time at the Ludus. All three have their dream job. All three have very close ties to PYGOD (Dominus) since they share the same philosophy about Combat Sports. All three are SLAUGHTERSPORT authority figures and Members of the Board of Directors. However, no matter what, PYGOD always has the last word on everything.

The SLAUGHTERSPORT Training School is maybe the official UST training school but the Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT officials have a lot of power and influence in the UST itself. 

The SLAUGHTERSPORT Training School (America) is modeled on 2-time undisputed and undefeated UST champion "The World's Greatest Fighter" Santos Dixon. 
While in the Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT (Rome) it is Norman di Sparta, who was killed by WGF on the Battlefield.
"WGF could have been even better if he trained exclusively in SLAUGHTERSPORT since day one. The different sets of rules and limitations of the many martial arts he learned tainted his fighting style."

  • Bullrushing the opponent at the very start of the war. 
  • Eyes, throat, and groin attacks.
  • Only using non-fancy finishing submission holds.

However no steroids, drugs, and supplements.

A typical day at Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT:
(Training everyday for 8-10 hours a day and eating 3 meals a day)
  • Starts at dawn with the first meal of the day
  • Warm up with a long distance run of at least one hour, followed by a swim if possible
  • Strength training, balance training, stretches, and sprints usually follow the run. Hundreds of pushups, sittups, squats, and so on.
  • Training involves the learning of a series of figures, which were broken down into various phases. Several hours of fighting drills, Kata of every type usually follow. The start off simple and get increasingly intense.
  • After exercise is done the students will duel on the training grounds against other students if possible. The students wear protective equipments and fight with full force. It is considered very bad form to get angry over a training bout.
  • After practice students usually treat themselves to a long bath and a massage.
  • Free time after the day is done
  • A full night of rest
  • If a Combatant has a war he will spend less time in exercise, usually a run and short workout just before the war. The rest of his time will be spent in mental preparation for the war. 

The Initiation and the Test of a recruit (novicius):

  • When a new recruit (novicius) enters the Lupus he is assessed by the Lanista, Medici, and Doctore to ensure he is fit. 
  • He is checked by the Medici for any medical problems and whether he was physically suitable to train as a Combatant and equipped to withstand the rigours of training and combat.
  • The initial training commences with getting the recruit to the peak of fitness.
  • The recruits train as intensely as the Combatants who have trained for years. In order to show enough skills to pass The Test.
  • The initial training usually spans several days with little sleep
  • The recruits live together in barracks separated from the Combatants
  • However the recruits eat the same high protein diet as the Combatants
  • Recruits are not allowed to speak at mealtimes
  • Recruits are usually treated like shit by the Doctore and the students. They are merely considered human beings and are usually shunned, ridiculed, taunted and humiliated by Combatants trying to make them give up. The Combatants even bullied and toyed with the recruits in practice just to show them how hard it is to be a Combatant. A strong recruit will not give up.
  • No privileges at all for a recruit
  • However this type of treatment eased with time served

The Test 
  • After weeks of training, all the recruits will be tested in front of the Lanista, Medici, Doctore, and guests. 
  • The test is to fight a Combatant of the Brotherhood based on skill level. A strong recruit will face a strong Combatant, while a weak recruit will face a weak Combatant.
  • The war is no-rules SLAUGHTERSPORT style inside the Battlefield in the evening.
  • The recruit will fight barefoot, barefist, wearing nothing else than a short trunk. Cups and mouthpieces are the only pieces of equipment permitted.
  • If the recruit turns out to be a bad fighter, he will be expelled. If a recruit proves he has talent, even if he does not win the fight, he will receives the mark of Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT (UST). Then he will be accepted as a Combatant and a member of the Brotherhood.
  • He will have to recite The Oath of Allegiance - swearing allegiance to Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT and to be the Brother of the other Combatants of the Lupus - before being branded the letters UST with a glowing hot branding iron on the inside of his right forearm. The scarred 'UST' marked in the skin is a sign of appartenance to the Lupus and the Brotherhood of Combatants. The brandind is made by the Lanista. 
  • Combatants see each other as brothers-in-arms. Until a recruit receives the mark, he is seen and treated like shit by the Gladiators. That's all part of the test, the initiation.
A bold statement of toughness over the trainees of the SLAUGHTERSPORT Training School in America who only wear an armband on their right upper arm.

Combatants Social Structure and Privileges
  • Recruits live together in barracks separated from the Combatants. They are treated like scum by the Combatants and Doctore.
  • Combatants are given a shared room. He is sometimes allowed women. Willing women who work in the kitchen of the Lupus or whores if he can pay for.
  • Veteran Combatants are given their own small room below the Lupus. Can eat more food and can buy items for himself and whores when he wants.
  • Champion Combatant - the one who participate in the annual Universal SLAUGHTERSPORT Tour - is given his own larger room with his own personal belongings. His room is located outside of the Combatants' rooms era, right by the training era. He can live there with a girlfriend or a wife. He can eat as much food as he wants. He can freely walk around and ask requests from the Lanista such as whores for no cost.
  • Doctore is highly respected by everybody in the Lupus. He oversees all recruits and Combatants training. He lives in a large room with his own personal belongings with his girlfriend or wife if he have one. His room is located in the basement nearby the barracks and the shared rooms to keep an eye on recruits and his students 24/7.
  • Medici is 
  • Lanista is the supreme authority in the Lupus SLAUGHTERSPORT. 

Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT architecture

  • The entry level, first floor is the training era with full access to an outdoor training ground.
  • The basement is the areas for the Combatants. The eating area, the recruits barracks and Combatants rooms, and the bathing area.
  • The second floor is where the Lanista live with his family, guests, servants and security guards. This era is far more lavish than the Ludus below.
There is a barred door separating the Combatants from the second-floor living quarters.  

Includes eating 3 meals a day.

They train everyday for 8-10 hours a day. Designed around fitness and acquiring skills.

  • Step-by-Step Learning. Learning and practicing repeatedly the techniques with training partners of different skills level. 
  • ENDLESS PRACTISE! Practicing SLAUGHTERSPORT technique is the major part of the training routine. The ratio between practice and exercise is 2:1. Which could mean 4 hours of fighting and 2 hours of exercices.
  • Strength and mass training. Basic barbell and dumbell exercises with moderate weights: Clean and press from the floor. Bench press, incline press, decline press. Power cleans, bent over rows, upright rows, barbell and dumbell presses, power high pulls, power snatches, squats, deadlift, barbell and dumbbell curls and tricep curls.   Calisthenics: Dips, pull ups, pushups, chair dips, neck bridges (front and back), lots of abdominal exercises, knee bends, jumping squats, jumping over objects and all kinds of bending and twisting exercises.
  • Endurance and stamina training. Running, jogging, sprinting, rope jumping and aerobic training.
  • Flexibility by stretching on a daily basis. Some yoga exercises.
  • Getting sufficient rest and sleep
  • Eating good food. An high protein diet of meat or fish, bread, cereals and vegetables. Other types of food include barley, dry fruits, cheese, goat milk, eggs and olive oilThree meals a day with the first one being take at dawn at the start of the day.
  • Only drink water
  • No alcohol. No drugs. No steroids. No performance enhancing drugs. No supplements.
  • Old fashion way - hard work and healthy living!
  • A library with plenty of books available to the students. All books that have been made about Pankration, Shoot Wrestling, Shoot Fighting and Self-Defense are available - several where written by Lanista and Doctore, both are prolific authors in the martial arts field. 
  • Excellent medical treatments
  • Frequent massages
  • Possibility to take hot and cold baths
  • With so many people living in close proximity the Medici ensures that the threat of diseases and infection are kept to a minimum. Attention to personal hygiene is a part of the daily routine of a Combatant.
  • Strict discipline is enforced
  • Conditioned to follow a strict and harsh regimen since day one
  • Train everyday for 8-10 hours a day to gain the highest of skill levels
  • Punishments tend to include confinement, humiliation, or harsh labour.
  • Sometimes women are provided to the Combatants
  • Ludus SLAUGHTERSPORT provides his Combatants with food, lodging, and a small stipend.

Training Equipment
  • A punching bag (huge and very heavy)
  • A Wing Chun wooden dummy
  • A full body realistic human-like dummy on a swinging pole
  • A 6'5", 300-pound realistic human-like grappling dummy
  • An American Football tackle sled
  • Bounce-back reinforced tackling dummies
  • A punching dummy on fast springs
  • A wooden head on a spring to practise punches and eye jabs
  • A metal leg on spring to practise low kicks
  • A full body metal dummy full of springs
  • A pair of boxing paws
  • Full contact sparring protection gear. Kempo finger gloves (10 oz), Daido Juku helmets, shin guards, chest protectors, cups and mouthpieces.
  • A Power Rack
  • Dumbells, barbells, and weights
  • A bench press, an incline bench, and a decline bench
  • Pull up bar, dip bar
  • Skipping ropes
  • A massive dragging sled

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