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Colin Linneweber

Brock Lesnar Will Return To "The Top Of His Game Real Quick" posted by Colin Linneweber

The trainer of current UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar said last week that his fighter is “definitely coming back” to scrap in the octagon.


“Brock Lesnar is definitely coming back to fight,” Lesnar’s head trainer Greg Nelson stated in an interview with’s MMA Live. “He’s just kind of coming up slowly, training, trying to get his body ready and being smart with his recovery.”


Lesnar (4-1), a former three-time WWE champion who played for the Minnesota Vikings during the preseason in 2004, has not fought since he successfully defended his title versus Frank Mir (13-4) by TKO (strikes) last July in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Lesnar was scheduled to matchup with Shane Carwin (11-0) at UFC 108 before the champion cancelled the bout due to a previously undisclosed illness.


It was later revealed that Lesnar, 32, had suffered from mononucleosis and an intestinal disorder called diverticulitis.


The disorder badly damaged Lesnar’s intestine and he was forced to undergo surgery November 16.


“Lesnar’s not well and he’s not going to be getting well anytime soon,” UFC President Dana White enigmatically said at a post-fight conference days before his titlist went under the knife.


Lesnar is expected to speak publicly about his illness at a press conference in Las Vegas for the first time sometime this week.


“He’s been going into the doctor and making sure everything is going well for him and he’ll continue to go in for a couple more tests to make sure he is 100 percent ready to train when he starts up,” Nelson said. “He still has a few more things to go through.”

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Ian Clardy

B.J. Penn vs. Diego Sanchez Preview posted by Ian Clardy

If there has been one advantage to the UFC's current curse of fighter injuries, it is the fact that people are so happy to see a title get defended they won't complain about the awful matchup. As much as I've hated B.J. Penn until now, I can't help but think that this is his fight to lose. Penn has only one real weakness, and that is strong wrestling. We all saw this get exposed in the GSP fight. Assuming that Penn hadn't been working on this, Diego still doesn't have the same level of wrestling as GSP, and nowhere near the level of ground control. This is a guy who got controlled on the ground by Clay Guida for a significant portion of their fight.

Don't get me wrong, Diego is a well-rounded fighter, but he isn't better than B.J. in any one area. Diego has good stand-up, but B.J. has the better boxing. Diego has a good ground game, but we've seen B.J.'s dominance in that realm. If you still think that Diego has a shot, let's look at Kenny Florian. Going into UFC 101, most people agreed that Florian would beat Diego, and had the better skills on both the feet and the ground. Florian even tried to implement a similar gameplan to GSP, and still lost. B.J. has his cardio and strength issues fixed, and has beefed up his wrestling. There is no place that Diego can take this fight where he will have the advantage and can win. His only hope would be to try and create scrambles and hope to land do more damage that way. If he stays at range, Penn will tear him up with his jab.

Prediction: Penn via Sub in Round 4

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Tony Penuelas Jr

Brock Lesnar: Champ or Chump? posted by Tony Penuelas Jr

After the main event of the largest milestone for the UFC up to date, many were left flabbergasted. Unfortunately, it was not due to the sheer dominance its heavyweight displayed but rather his complete disregard for his opponent and fans in the arena. The question that continues to be asked is whether Brock Lesnar is on the level.

When first coming to the UFC, Lesnar was met with skeptism about his ability to compete in the number one organization for mix martial arts in the world. The Minnesota native is well known for his time spent with WWE but not from his accomplished amateur wrestling. Fans did not greet Lesnar with open arms as the UFC and Lesnar expected. Instead, its fan were outraged that a fake was entering its midst. Instead of silencing his critics, Lesnar created controversy.

Brock Lesnar was an outstanding amateur wrestler where his only lost in his latter two years  in the NCAA wrestling championship came in 1999 to Stephen Neal of Cal-State Bakersfield (151-10) who would become an offensive lineman of the New England Patriots. Stephen Neal in 1991 won the FILA Outstanding Wrestler Award, an honor given to who is considered to be the best wrestler in the world.

Therefore, many overlooked the tremendous athletic power and ability he would bring when he stepped into the cage. His success in transition from fight entertainment and real competition, has come as a surprise. His opponents haven’t been warm ups for him to build his confidence and self esteem, but rather quality opponents who pose a real threat to anyone. He defeated the likes of Heath Herring, veteran of PRIDE, Randy Couture, UFC Hall of Famer and first ever to be champion of two different weight classes, and recently, avenging his loss to Frank Mir, former UFC champion who lost the belt due to a motorcycle accident. His opponents have been the who-who of MMA and are considered to be some of the premier heavyweights in the world. 

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Cesar Valverde

TNA's Tara (formerly WWE's Victoria) bringing arachnophobia to the opposition posted by Cesar Valverde

Wrestling fans, in the past you've seen snakes from Jake "The Snake" Roberts, parrots from Koko B. Ware, bulldogs from Davey Boy Smith and the Dynamite Kid. Victoria is back in wrestling as "Tara" in TNA and she's striking fear in the hearts of the TNA Knockouts. Check it out (if you're afraid of spiders, don't click play):

I love it! When Tara was in the WWE, she was such a dominant force. She didn't need a gimmick. She just pretty much dominated through every match with her strength and intensity, leading her to hold the WWE Women's Championship numerous times. Her finishing move the Widow's Peak is one of the most feared finishers in women's wrestling. Just check out how this move gained her her first TNA Knockout title:

Keep your eyes on her and her tarantula "Poison" everybody. She's got some tough competition ahead of her. Namely, Awesome Kong and ODB, among others. I believe they are 2 toughest competitors that she will face. Never have I seen such talent have an edge over the competition. Can't wait to see if she's strong enough to put Awesome Kong in that Widow's Peak.

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Jason Blackburn

Haven't We Done This Before, Vince?!?! posted by Jason Blackburn

Vince McMahon's announcement of the "sale" of Monday Night Raw to a new owner really excited me last night. There were so many possibilities. How cool would it be for the fans if Eric Bischoff bought Raw, only to change the name to Monday Nitro? What a storyline! How about Billionaire Ted (Ted Turner for those of you who may not remember the Monday Night Wars)? Heck, even the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase would have opened some doors. We got, instead, Donald Trump?

This would have been interesting. . .had WrestleMania 23 never happened. We've seen Trump in WWE. Does anyone actually think that he will be there on a regular basis? And can he cut a credible promo? I think not.

So, instead of something fresh, we got leftovers. Well, at least we do have some new ideas, such as a wrestler after Rey Mysterio's mask. . .oh, wait. . .

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Amanda Dishong

Give Edge Respect! posted by Amanda Dishong

It's time the WWE give Edge a real run with either the WWE title or the World Heavyweight  title. For some reason the WWE treats him as a transitional champion even though he is considered by many to be the best wrestler in the industry. His longest reign is only three and a half months long out of his nine World titles reign. He's a great in ring preformer and just as good on the stick. It's great that they got him away from Vickey Guerrerro. It's time for the WWE hype machine to get behind him and give him an eight to ten month title reign!

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Cesar Valverde

Yankee fans for Jesus, arise! Pray for your team! posted by Cesar Valverde

Ball players and their fans are very superstitious creatures. Ballplayers will do anything to get a hitting streak going. Pitchers will do anything to get a winning streak going. The fans will go anything to get a rally going if their team is behind during a game. They'll do everything from not washing their socks, to putting tar on their helmets. When a pitcher is throwing a perfect game, the rest of the players stay away from him, thinking that their mere presence is going to mess up his chances to make that milestone. New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter, our beloved captain is very superstitious. If he or his team is approaching some kind of milestone that he is not aware of, he will dog the media and say that they jinxed the team by bringing it to his attention. Case in point: during a post-game interview a couple of days before the Yankees beat the 2006 Boston Red Sox team record for most consecutive games played without committing an error, Kimberly Jones brought it his attention. The first thing that he tells her is, "Why did you tell me that, it's bad karma, " then he answers the questions. In a commercial on the MLB Network, they show fans showing up at the gate to their favorite teams ballparks some of them have face-paint on. Others are dressed like Shamans carrying Voodoo beads. Come on, people. Enough with the superstitions all ready! How about praying for your team? I do it! Whenever the Yankees are behind in a game and they're rallying, I lean forward in my chair and put in my hands together and bring them to my face in a praying position thinking, sometimes saying, "Come on!" I do this because I believe it will bring God into the situation and the Yankees will bring home runs. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Either way, I praise the Lord because ultimately the game is in His hands. Only He knows the outcome, but I believe prayer does more than just spark up a rally a bring in runs.

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Colin Linneweber

Obama’s Speech Wasn’t Controversial. But, Charlie Weis’ Coaching Is, Bobby Lashley Would Thrive in the UFC & The WWE Will Beat the Denver Nuggets in a Fight posted by Colin Linneweber

Obama’s Speech Wasn’t Controversial. But, Charlie Weiss’ Coaching Is

Amidst great controversy regarding his support for abortion rights, United States President Barack Hussein Obama II presented the commencement speech at the University of Notre Dame last week.

Notre Dame’s President, The Rev. John Jenkins, was widely criticized by dozens of American Catholic bishops for inviting our nation’s 44th President to speak and also for granting Obama with an honorary degree despite his stance on abortion.

Following the commencement, Obama spoke last Sunday night at an Indianapolis fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee and he initiated his address by jesting that the hoopla surrounding his appearance at South Bend “paled in comparison to what to do about the football team.”

“That’s an issue we may not resolve within my four years,” remarked the graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School.

“Eight,” shouted a spectator in the audience, obviously disenchanted with the Fighting Irish football program that has a record of 10-15 over the past two seasons on the gridiron.

“All right, well, maybe in eight we might get it done,” Obama, 47, teased.

Irish Head Coach Charlie Weis, who has gone a disappointing 29-21 at his alma mater since becoming the 28th head football coach in Notre Dame history, signed a 10-year deal worth a reported $30-40 million in 2006.

Assuming that he doesn’t receive his deserved termination notice beforehand, the contract would allow the portly Weis, 53, to waddle along the Notre Dame Stadium sidelines through the 2015 season.

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Sports Fan

Welcome to posted by Sports Fan

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Earn Money Blogging

Inbound link contest winner announced! posted by Earn Money Blogging

A big thanks to everyone who participated in the "Inbound Link Contest".  We have a winner!  A big congratulations go out to Marija.  Thank you for all your hard work on this.  While we had a lot of people participate, Marija was able to win with only 4 links!  So it wouldn't have taken a lot to win this contest!  We'll be having another contest soon so stay tuned.

The whole purpose of this contest was to get our bloggers networking with other webmasters and to start to build up their inbound links which will help their traffic.  Even a few links can help you with the search engines as they will see you as more of an authority on your topic the more inbound links you have.

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When NFL players fought Andre the Giant and others at WrestleMania (Shutdown Corner)

This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL’s past. For many years there has been a connection between pro wrestling and the NFL. Some former football players like Bill Goldberg have become stars in wrestling. [read full article]

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