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Mark Bell is a world class powerlifter, gym owner, inventor of the Slingshot (bench press helper) and a motivational speaker. His brothers are the late WWF jobber Mike Bell and Chris Bell who is the director, writer and producer of Bigger, Stronger, Faster.
All three brothers are gym enthusiasts growing idolizing Arnold Swarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Hulk Hogan. All three were featured in the steroid documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster. In my view, the very best and fairest documentary on the subject.
As a kid, Mark Bell described himself as a dumb student who gain confidence via powerlifting and tranformed himself into a prosperous businessman. Showing us all that anything is possible with will and determination. Listening to Mark Bell's speeches is a great kick in the ass to motivate anyone of us.
lundi 11 juillet 2016
Dana White and the Las Vegas casino magnates, Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta bought the drowning UFC for $2 Million in 2000 and sold it 16 years later for a whopping $4 Billion to WME-IMG Group.
2000fold return on inve$tment.
UFC President, genius businessman and promoter extraordinaire Dana White, who remains the man in charge, estimated net worth of $350 Million will most likely takes a jump up. Dana White deserves it! He created a 4 Billion dollars sport after buying only three letters: U.F.C.
samedi 9 juillet 2016
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mardi 5 juillet 2016
I can't wait til Saturday, July 9, 2016 to see one of my hero Brock Lesnar clashing with the Samoan Bulldozer Mark Hunt at UFC 200.
However I don't understand why the WWE and Vince McMahon agreed to this.
In my view, Mark Hunt is too much of a risk for Brock Lesnar.
Mark Hunt is the number 8 ranked Heavyweight in the UFC, a full-time MMA fighter with an iron jaw and tremendous punching power. A loss would hurt Brock Lesnar's status as a human wrecking machine in the WWE.
Nonetheless a victory would cement Brock Lesnar status as an unstoppable monster.
I'm not the only one to think that this match is too much of a risk for Lesnar's reputation and the WWE. Writers at the pro wrestling website ringthedamnbell seems to think like me. Even people at Forbes magazine seems to worry.
Unless Mark Hunt is paid to lose. I don't know why Vince McMahon agreed to this.
I would like to see Paul Heyman in Brock Lesnar's corner for his UFC match.