Ya gotta watch to find out! And, check out the "Fight School" channel on Snap to catch up on all of the other incredible eps featuring stars like Yoel Romero and Henry Cejudo,Dominick Cruz! … [Read more...] about UFC’s Brian Ortega Teaches ‘Fight School,’ Time for a Guillotine Choke!
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McIntyre took on Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship -- and while he admits it was a bit weird at first to perform without fans, he adjusted quickly ... and "when my music hit, I just slipped into the zone!" … [Read more...] about WWE’s Drew McIntyre On WrestleMania COVID Safety, ‘Had Locker Room To Myself!’
Some of the other key points of the potential return -- the league could go to an electronic strike zone to keep umps away from batters and catchers ... while dugouts would move to empty stands where players and coaches could sit 6 feet apart from each other. … [Read more...] about MLB Reportedly Gunning For May Return, Games In Isolation In Arizona
The Beatles drove each other mad making the White Album, but “Good Night” shows why they kept driving themselves through it, no matter what — they were the Beatles, and they lived to impress each other. That’s why all four spent the rest of their lives showing off — in their different ways, they kept the White Album experiment rolling. That’s why Paul couldn’t resist dropping his new album right on top of this reissue. That’s also why he’ll spend tonight onstage, wherever he is, playing dozens of songs for hours until everyone else collapses. There are easier ways to spend your late seventies, but Paul’s not interested. That’s the only way this music could have ever happened in the first place — four driven friends who could not let this go. That’s who Paul is and will always be. Showing off. But it’s all right. It’s a short life. Good night. … [Read more...] about Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2018
The actual creator is Vicky Jones (though Waller-Bridge has a cameo), who sets up the premise by deliberately withholding information about both leads. We meet Ruby sitting in her car in a West Coast parking lot, very much not looking forward to her next yoga class, when Billy’s text arrives. Soon she’s on a plane to New York, then linking up with him for a train odyssey, faster than either she or we can consider exactly what it is she’s risking with this impulsive trip. And the nature of whatever is going on forces both of them to keep secrets from one another, even as they acknowledge those secrets exist. … [Read more...] about ‘Run’ Review: Merritt Wever’s Great Escape