samedi 4 juillet 2020

vendredi 26 juin 2020

Drunk sparring partner beats-up the entire Team GSP

The guy, Jean-Charles Skarbowsky, shows up drunk, smelling cigarette, and slept only three hours last night... Then, he ragdolled every young UFC youngsters on Team GSP.

It was filmed as part of UFC Season 12: The Ultimate Fighter: Team GSP vs. Team Koscheck. Jean-Charles was 35 years old at the time.

Yes indeed John Santos, this show is a great idea!

lundi 15 juin 2020

Best exercise for Big Legs?

The very best and healthiest exercise for tree-trunk thighs and diamond-shaped calves.

It seem that regular cycling might be your answer.

A bicycle courier's "little legs went from spindly to muscular in a matter of weeks". FYI a bicycle courier has a low ball average of 30 miles a day.

So if cycling is your new mean to commute, cycling four miles daily, you might tone your thighs and calves considerably over time.

If you want to go all-in, become a bike messenger! 
Extreme measures, extreme results!

Best exercise for Big Legs

These happy couple are track cyclists.

Only one rule: The more miles of cycling, the bigger the thighs and calves.

If the huge tree trunk legs of the track cyclists aren't enough to motivate you. Watch the movie Premium Rush. While watching it you will think about selling your car to use a bike instead.

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samedi 13 juin 2020

The Kliq…Then…Now…Forever

The Kliq…Then…Now…Forever
The Kliq…Then…Now…Forever
From top to bottom: Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean Waltman (X-Pac). All 5 are still friends to this day.

mardi 9 juin 2020

Ronda Rousey O-Goshi slam a mouthy journalist and broke 4 of his ribs!!!

Ronda Rousey, a 130lb former UFC Womens Champion & Olympic Judo Bronze medalist, using O-Goshi to slam a mouthy interviewer, gotta go 160+lbs, so hard on what appear to be a wood floor. She broke 4 of his ribs. 

Apparently she has a temper…

Source: (Wayne Sherman)

samedi 30 mai 2020

Mike Tyson vs Steven Seagal

Mike Tyson vs Steven Seagal

Why Learn a Martial Art?

Why learn a Martial Art?

Combat Sports, self-defense, discipline, physical and mental health benefits, an acceptable outlet for anger, self-confidence, competition, etc.

But the aspect about Martial Arts that really fascinate me is Combat Sports. I've always been fascinated by Combat Sports, the purity and the truth of it. The kill or be kill. The one-on-one honesty of it, unless its purity is soiled by judges' decisions or overzealous referees who stop fights too soon.

As a Combat Sports fanatic and writer/blogger, I just couldn't find what I really wanted in Pro Wrestling, Boxing, MMA, and Kickboxing. So I created my own vision of Martial Arts, my own version of Combat Sports. SLAUGHTERSPORT.COM Everything Combat Sports ought to be.

Is it a shameless plug? Yes it is, but I think it might interest you.

Health & Wealth


mardi 26 mai 2020

SLAUGHTERSPORT - Survival of the fittest

SLAUGHTERSPORT.COM is Combat Sports as it ought to be.

2 Combatants inside a 20-foot diameter circle on a concrete floor fighting until one is fully KOed, dead or submit. Absolute victory.

No gender classes, no weight classes, no age classes, no drug testing, no amateur category, no mandatory gear. Dress as you want and do whatever the fuck you need to do to defeat your enemy. 

Only 2 rules.
  • No weapon.
  • No outside interference.
It's a 24-Participant Combatant year-long round-robin tournament where a Combatant have to face each of the other Combatants unless there is casualties (injuries, deads, illness...) In this case, an Alternate Combatant will fill in.

A lineal Who-Beat-Who ranking system and only one Champion, The World's Greatest Fighter who will get $100 Million.

Survival Of The Fittest


  1. A no-brainer. You must know how to fight. Skills first. Start as soon as possible. 10 years of serious training in a mixture of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Dutch Kickboxing, Freestyle Wrestling, eye-gouging and biting would be perfect.
  2. Being able-bodied. Since, for now, artificial limbs aren't as good as the real thing in one-on-one Combat Sports.
  3. Stamina. Stamina. Stamina. No matter what, you need gas in the tank.
  4. Killer instinct. Without the will to kill and maim crush your enemy you have no business in the SLAUGHTERSPORT.
  5. Size matters. Being at least 6 feet tall and 200 pounds should help.
  6. Strategy/brain. This one is highly associated with skills and how to use it.
  7. Toughness. Being able to fight despite pain, injuries and/or illnesses.
  8. Being a man. When it come to Combat Sports, men have an unfair advantage over women in term of size, strength, speed, and stamina.
  9. Chemical assistance. Probably a prerequisite if you want to be the best.
  10. Age. Being a full-grown adult under 50 is a must. 

Yes, there are many exceptions but these are the basic guidelines.

By any mean, #1 is the most important. Learn a Martial Art and stick to it for the next 10 years and see what happens. No matter what, you will get the greatest physical and psychological benefits from your dedication to Martial Arts.

See you in 10 years.

If you dare!


lundi 25 mai 2020

The many faces of Raven

The many faces of Raven

Scott Levy was Scotty Flamingo, Johnny Polo, among other things before being allowed to become himself, Raven.

mercredi 20 mai 2020

lundi 18 mai 2020

CageFighter Worlds Collide 2020 Movie

A movie inspired by the Floyd Mayweather vs. Connor McGregor fight. But here we have MMA colliding with Pro Wrestling as the fast cash hustle. With Dean Ambrose, oups sorry, Jon Moxley playing himself. I don't even think they wrote Moxley's lines because it was just himself with excellent, intense and kick-ass promos.

An entertaining movie worth watching!


Bianca Belair 'Long Hair Dont Care' shirt

mercredi 29 avril 2020

South Park StrongWoman Competition transgender Randy "Macho Man" Savage

Randy "Macho Man" Savage making a special appearance as "Macho Woman" Heather Swanson (name based on real-life World's Strongest Woman Becca Swanson) in South Park episode "Board Girls" as transgender strength athlete to take away the title of StrongWoman Champion away from the champion named Strong Woman.

South Park mma Julia Avila

Macho Man Randy Savage South Park

"Raging Panda" Julia Avila vs "Macho Man" Randy Savage

UFC Super Fair Women's Championship Of The Whole Wide World
Tale Of The Tape

"Ragin Panda" Julia Avila, biological woman, 5'7", 135 lbs, age 31. MMA record: 8-1  Natural (drug-tested)
"Macho Woman" Heather Swanson, biological man, 6'1.5", 238 lbs, age ~ 40. Chemically Assisted (steroids, HGH & cocaine)

It seem indeed super fair on paper!

As you can see with Heather Swanson AKA Randy "Macho Man" Savage, a transgender is by definition a person having a gender identity or gender expression that differs from their sex assigned at birth. Some transgender people who desire medical assistance to transition from one sex to another identify as transsexual.

So anybody can claim to be a transgender just as "Macho Man" did to become the Alpha Female in South Park. 

Fuck the stupid board games!
Heather Swanson is now the StrongWoman Champion, Women MMA Fighting, and Women Wrestling.


lundi 27 avril 2020

Mortal Kombat 11 was the victim of SJW cunts

Mortal Kombat is replacing bikinis with burkas thanks to SJW frustrated cunts.

It seem that there is a lot SJW queers on Reddit.

I hate them too...

SJW Social Justice Warriors FUCK OFF t-shirt. #PMRC

SJW Social Justice Warriors FUCK OFF t-shirt. #PMRC

Steve Beran is wrong, all wrong. If you take a look at any of the fighters who competes in any of the four fighting sports (MMA, Boxing, Pro Wrestling & Kickboxing) they wear the less clothes possible. All male Combatants are bare chested wearing shorts. 

In Ancient Greece in Pankration, Combatants used to fight naked and covered in oil. So don't tell me that you won't be scantily-glad for the fight of your life. Pankration was deadly for real.

Boxers used to fight naked and oiled in the Ancient Greece.

Even BKB fighter and UK hardman Charles Brunson stripped down naked, covered himself in butter, to make him harder to grab, when he fought 12 prison guards at the same time.

Steve Beran was all wrong with his "realism" excuse for dressing MK11 female Combatants. More clothing = your enemy will get a better grip on you.

It won't happen there...

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mercredi 22 avril 2020

The Greatest Trio Since 3MB

The Ultimate Jobber Trio
Gillberg, midget Hornswoggle, James Ellsworth

But you can bet your last dollar that -- unlike preceding jobbers trio 3MB -- it won't any world champion in this trio.

mardi 21 avril 2020

Baby Cage, Brian Cage & Melissa Santos

Baby Cage, Brian Cage & Melissa Santos.
Baby Cage, Brian Cage & Melissa Santos

  • Brian Cage is the former IMPACT Wrestling World Champion.
  • Melissa Santos is the host of IMPACT Wrestling on Twitch.
  • Baby Cage is the co-host of IMPACT Wrestling on Twitch and the future IMPACT World Champion in 2040.

IMPACT Wrestling on Twitch every Tuesday night 20h00 to 22h00.

Top Drugs Used In Fighting Sports

Athletes in all sports strive for success, irrespective of the nature of their competition. Any edge they can gain over their rivals can make all the difference and bring them the glory and riches they crave. Of course, the vast majority concentrate on putting in endless hours of hard work, backing up a desire and hunger to reach their ultimate goal.

Unfortunately, however, there are others who choose to try and achieve their ambitions by more distasteful means and look towards the assistance of performance-enhancing drugs (PED's). Track and field athletics, cycling, and swimming are among the sports that have had high profile names caught out, illegally attempting to improve their chances of success.

Sadly, combat sports are very much at the forefront of this prohibited activity, too, with numerous cases being highlighted in boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, and MMA, despite compulsory random testing being brought in, in most. Many differing agents are taken in varying dosages, often increasing over time, with the anabolic steroids, also called anabolic-androgenic steroids (AASs), right up at the top of the list.

There are over 30 different types used to boost muscle mass, strength, performance, and endurance, with arguably the five top drugs used in fighting sports being: Stanozolol, Nandrolone, Boldenone, Drostanolone, and Testosterone. These substances regularly feature in the tests of fighters, whose results prove positive and subsequently receive a lengthy ban. Typically, their win percentage prior to their enforced lay off would be around 80%, falling dramatically to only just over 40% when returning to the ring, which to some extent, may explain their willingness to indulge.

MMA fighters have a short career, so anything that can prolong it, whilst giving them an edge in their fights, can in certain individuals, justify the risk. Anderson Silva is one good example, the former UFC Middleweight Champion, held the record for longest title reign in history and managed to stay at the very top until the age of thirty-seven, which is well above the normal, before he was caught, after failing a urine test and receiving a suspension. That may well have been his first indiscretion, but unfortunately, there inevitably is suspicion that it may not have been.

It has been said many times in the past by leading figures in MMA, tongue in cheek perhaps, that if "you weren't cheating, you weren't trying!" A controversial quotation, but possibly one that reflects a tainted attitude. Current officials are thankfully taking great strides to protect the integrity of the sport and pushing it towards a clean and even playing field.

Kick-boxing also has had its fair share of failed tests. Furosemide, Methylhexanamine, Clenbuterol, Methandienone, Clomiphene, Beta-methylphenylethylamine, Methylhexanamine, Ephedrine, Torasemide and Cocaine have all been evident in the positive results and can form an alternative ten top drugs used in fighting sports. The use of PED's are worryingly on the increase and have come increasingly under the spotlight.

Possibly the most concerning of all of the combat sports, however, is boxing. Premier anti-doping experts have continuously warned that boxers are genuinely in grave danger unless some critical steps are taken to clamp down on the growing trend for drug use in the sport.

The heavyweight division particularly has had its problems, with positive tests recorded for Jarrell Miller EPO and HGH, Alexander Povetkin for Meldonium and Ostarine, Dillan Whyte for Methylhexaneamine and Luis Ortiz who had traces of Diuretics Chlorothiazide and Hydrochlorothiazide in his system. Even Tyson Fury had a fight canceled after failing a test for cocaine.

The additional aggression and strength that steroids give to boxers, especially at highest weight, could lead to an opponent receiving a devastating and lethal blow. If such an event occurred, then the offender may well find themselves with a criminal charge and legal proceeding brought against them.

There is, undoubtedly, a possibility of human error. Perhaps a fighter may take something unwittingly, or maybe could have taken something prior to it appearing on the banned list, but in many cases, there is a genuine attempt to cheat their way to victory.

It should be fairly obvious, but if anabolic steroids are improperly used, then the individual opens themselves up to some very serious health problems. The list is endless but basically can effect pretty much all parts of the body, in one way or another, from mild problems to life-threatening. There can be simple appearance changes, with rashes on the skin, swellings, and even hair loss, plus possible mood swings, psychotic episodes, violent behavior, depression, and a lowering of the immune system.

Additionally, common side effects include nausea and vomiting, headaches, diarrhea, muscle cramps, tendon and ligament injuries, and problems sleeping. There are likely to be fundamental effects on hormone levels, which can create temporary infertility problems and a drop in sex drive.

More seriously, there can be an impairment of the liver function and high blood pressure, with the potential for coronary heart disease, blood clots, or a stroke. The risk of cancers developing also increases, in particular in the prostate. Continued abuse of any of the top drugs used in fighting sports, very often will lead to physical addiction, which will then necessitate a strict and supervised withdrawal program.

It is very probable that any fighter, or indeed any athlete for that matter, will be totally unaware of the level of risk that they are putting on their bodies when they start taking the drugs. They may well be acting on advice from influences, supposedly looking after their best interests. The financial rewards, especially at boxing's top-level, are staggering, and as a consequence, a win at all costs mentality can easily override common sense.

Athletes from any sport that are caught using steroids normally will suffer a period of public humiliation and reprehension. Their media coverage will initially be negative, before dropping off completely. Sponsors will drop them like a stone, massively reducing income, which will also disappear from competition whilst a ban is served.

With better education, not just for the fighters but the trainers and promoters too, hopefully, the message will get through, and everybody can concentrate on a good clean fight.

The Perfect Drug Cycle To Create A Perfect Fighter

Fighters and bodybuilders share the same goal of developing muscles at a high level. The former is particularly concerned about increasing their functional strength along with the growth. After all, they need every ounce of strength when pitted against a formidable opponent. Many fight leagues have a rule against using performance-enhancing drugs while others have no such regulations. It is important for people to make sure that they are not going against laws and regulations if they plan on taking this route. For example, many are seeking to find the perfect drug cycle to create a perfect fighter using steroids. This requires a lot of studies.

Moving from Beginner to Advanced

Those who have not yet tried using steroids should stick to cycles designed for beginners. Read up on the suggested durations, dosages, and drugs for this level. Anabolic steroids can be extremely effective, but they do have their side effects that should not be brushed aside. The body must be introduced to these substances in a gradual manner to avoid toxicity, organ failure, and undesirable physical changes. Although results can be apparent within a few weeks or months, people should look at this with a long-term vision if they are serious about climbing up the ranks and reaching their full potential.

Those who have been lifting and training for a while may consider more advanced drug cycles. Just remember that even for the hardcore weightlifters and bodybuilders, most would caution against this move unless a person has done beginner and intermediate cycles with success for at least ten years. There is much to be gained with these protocols such that no one should be rushing to boost their dosages or lengthen their cycles. The reality is that the perfect cycle for you might look very different from the perfect cycle for someone else. It all depends on individual needs and goals.

Considering Safety Nets

Everyone should err on the safe side given the potency of steroids, and all of the unwanted side effects that could occur should a person go overboard. Every step should be planned meticulously. All of the progress must be monitored. Below are some safety nets that should be considered before starting a program:

1. A Trusted Doctor

All successful bodybuilders are supervised by competent doctors who have years of experience in this subject. They are responsible for evaluating each person in order to provide the right types of treatment. Most people who wish to use steroids lack a medical background that could help them to make smart decisions about their health and performance. They end up following the herd even if this group might have vastly different needs and risks. The first thing anyone must do is to find a trusted doctor in

the community. This should be a highly respected medical professional who looks out for the safety and well-being of his patients.

2. Adequate Experience

As earlier stated, the body needs enough time to get used to the presence of large amounts of steroids. Each person has a different level of tolerance that must be respected. Experience is often the best teacher when you are gauging your own response. After a few cycles, you will know how much you can tolerate without experiencing negative side effects. You will know which drugs are good for you and which ones are not. You will know how long you can stretch the cycles and when you must stop. All of these take several years, and taking shortcuts is not advisable.

3. Risk Avoidance

People should avoid taking unnecessary risks when undergoing bulking and cutting cycles. For example, it is better to go as short as possible while getting significant effects. Most beginners will be using 8-week cycles, as this will provide them with an opportunity to let their body rest after a period of steroid exposure. They can take long breaks after this and allow their bodies to return to normal function. With the help of their doctors, they should also consider pre-existing conditions that might put them at risk of developing complications such as diabetes, heart ailments, and others. Some medications might not go so well with certain drugs.

4. User Education

One of the best safety nets against poor results and health risks is user education. Every person must take responsibility for their actions. Although they can consult with doctors about this subject, it is ultimately their decisions which will prevail. Those must be taken with enough information to reach an unassailable conclusion. It is simply reckless to charge at full speed without knowing what could be on the other side. It is fortunate that we have a wealth of online resources to learn about this subject. Make sure that you are getting your information from credible sources.

Advanced Steroid Cycle Stacks

Whereas beginner cycles last only eight weeks at most, advanced cycles can go on for 20 weeks or even more. This puts a tremendous strain on the body. Finding the right blend of drugs is crucial so as to tailor the program to the person and prevent known negative tendencies. Those who can do this well can maintain a massive bulk that many are aiming for. Of course, fighters will need to evaluate their style as they may not necessarily need to add so much muscle to gain the upper hand in their matches.

Final Words

Being the perfect fighter requires an incredible amount of grit, discipline, and dedication. Although certain substances might help achieve higher levels of strength and performance, these are still secondary to countless hours of training in the gym, the willingness to learn from masters, and the wholesome pursuit of a healthy diet. Everything must come together in order to see significant gains. People should never have a singular focus on one aspect, as this might lead to problems later on. Any imbalance will clearly be felt after a while. Prevent neglect and have a holistic view of training. Surround yourself with the best advisers for the best results.

jeudi 16 avril 2020

WWE released a bunch of wrestlers and staff thanks to Coronavirus

You're fired!

WWE released a bunch of wrestlers and staff thanks to Coronavirus. It was about time that the WWE throw away some dead weight. 


  • Drake Maverick. Nobodies crying!
  • Curt Hawkins. Good jobber who should have been used more often.
  • Zack Ryder. Good jobber who should have been used more often.
  • Heath Slater. Good jobber who should have been used more often.
  • Luke Gallows. They were misused anyway!
  • Karl Anderson. They were misused anyway!
  • Rusev. Why? He was great as Rusev Day before they scrapped his gimmick! It doesn't smell good for his real-life marriage with Lana...
  • No Way Jose. Good jobber who should have been used more often. I liked his gimmick!
  • Sarah Logan. Boff! Not a big lost!
  • Mike Kanellis. It was about time!
  • Maria Kanellis. It was about time!
  • Aiden English. Was great as Rusev's lackey/singer.
  • EC3. Should have return in NXT where he could have been a major player.
  • Lio Rush. Was very good as an annoying manager that you love to hate.
  • Eric Young. Boff! Should have remain in NXT.
  • Primo Colon. It was about fuckin' time that somebody wake up and fire him!!
  • Epico Colon. It was about fuckin' time that somebody wake up and fire him!!
  • Erick Rowan. Nothing to say!.. A good generic big man.
  • Deonna Purrazzo (NXT)
  • Aleksandar Jaksic (NXT)
  • MJ Jenkins (NXT)
  • Josiah Williams (NXT)
  • Dorian Mak (NXT)
  • Mike Chioda (Referee)

Many of them were completely misused or not used at all.

What about Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel? They were probably spared because of their family names.


  • Sereena Deeb
  • Kendo Kashin
  • Ace Steel


  • Kurt Angle
  • Lance Storm
  • Mike Rotunda (IRS)
  • Sarah Stock
  • Dave Finlay (Fit Finlay)
  • Shane Helms (Hurricane)
  • Pat Buck
  • Shawn Daivari
  • Scott Armstrong
  • Lance Storm

Backstage producers were furloughed, not fired.

Hundreds more backstage employees were released by the WWE. It's sad that all these people are losing their jobs but it was unavoidable due to the crisis that's going on currently. 

After years of overpaying unused wrestlers (Primo, Epico, Mike Kanellis, JTG in the past, etc) to stay home. It was time for a change.

(April 16, 2020)

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