Netflix has another new Marvel show coming out, with Iron Fist set to make its debut on March 17. Unfortunately, critics aren’t exactly enjoying this particular series.
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Another Marvel superhero is set to land on Netflix this Spring, with Iron Fist finally getting his own series.
This is the official trailer for Marvel’s Iron Fist, and it sums up his origin story in the space of two minutes.
The legendary MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter Kimbo Slice has died at the tender age of just 42. He suffered heart failure, which is rare in someone so young.
Ronda Rousey, female MMA fighter and renowned badass, has lost her bantamweight belt to Holly Holm. The latter knocked the former out with a spectacular roundhouse kick to the head.
Ouch, that’s got to hurt, especially the way Rousey landed on the ground, hitting her head on the canvas as she went down.
Two friends argue over who is going to get to eat the last slice of pizza. Battle lines are drawn, the big guns (neither of which are guns) come out, and chaos ensues.
WrestleMania 31 took place over the weekend, with wrestling fans the world over able to watch their favorite wrestlers face off against one another.
There was a good mix of classic and modern fighters, with oldies such as Triple H and The Undertaker appearing alongside the current roster of superstars.
MMA fighters Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier have proved themselves to be nothing but a pair of brutish animals by brawling outside the ring.
They were meant to be promoting their upcoming title fight, but the press conference at the MGM Grand descended into chaos when they decided to have a go at each other early.
The Ultimate Warrior has died at the tender age of just 54. He was born as James Hellwig but changed his name to Warrior in 1993 to match his WWE persona.
Muhammad Ali is rightly considered a boxing legend, and one of the finest fighters to have ever stepped foot inside a ring. But he wasn’t invincible, as this video clearly demonstrates.
It’s been known for many years that professional wrestling in the U.S. is fake. It was blindingly obvious to anyone who watched it with their eyes wide open.
Still, there are some people who refuse to believe that WWE is fake, even though they’re having to ignore all evidence pointing to the contrary.