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Danny DeVito fans should give Ryan Reynolds’ Detective Pikachu a chance

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Ryan’s not the Pikachu we wanted, but maybe he’ll be the Pikachu we need

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TheUnchosenOne
4 days ago
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Counterpoint: no
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Horror-inspired Riverdale spinoff, Sabrina, is coming to Netflix

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Based on the classic character’s recent horror series

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TheUnchosenOne
9 days ago
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This I would watch
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Conor McGregor deletes ‘F—k yous all’ tweet referencing his actions at Bellator 187

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Don’t expect any remorse from Conor McGregor for his behavior at Bellator 187.

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor became the star of Bellator 187 in his home country of Ireland, as he found himself in a heated confrontation with referee Marc Goddard in the immediate aftermath of Charlie Ward’s knockout win vs. John Redmond.

McGregor, who attended the Bellator card as a spectator, stormed into the cage to celebrate with Ward, a longtime friend and teammate of his, but scenes turned chaotic when Conor shoved Goddard, who wanted McGregor out of the cage and hadn’t even had the chance to check on the badly hurt Redmond. As if that wasn’t enough, McGregor was seen slapping a Bellator official whilst on top of the cage, so it was quite the contentious Friday evening for the biggest star in MMA.

Association of Boxing Commissions president Mike Mazzulli wrote a statement admonishing McGregor for his behavior, and there is a significant possibility that McGregor will face some form of punishment.

McGregor, who has called Goddard “a rat” and has steadily built up a history with him, took to Twitter to address his actions from Friday, and then just as quickly deleted the tweet, which wrote:

“Bloke KO’d on the floor bout a minute straight and ref trying to say fights not over Conor. That’s when I lost it. F–k yous all.”

A screenshot of the tweet can be found here.

Ward’s KO of Redmond occurred at the 4:59 of round 1, with a right hand that knocked Redmond down, then one follow-up punch led to Goddard’s intervention.

Meanwhile, McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh had this to say about Conor’s behavior.

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TheUnchosenOne
28 days ago
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"Conor McGregor deleted a tweet" is apparently news, now
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L.A. Noire’s interrogations are a bit different in remaster

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Plus, a look at the Nintendo Switch version’s features

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TheUnchosenOne
32 days ago
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This tiny change makes L.A. Noire so much better
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Demian Maia issues statement following loss to Colby Covington

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Demian Maia suffered back-to-back losses for the first time since 2014, but is already looking forward to his next fights inside the Octagon.

Hours after losing a unanimous decision to Colby Covington in the co-main event of UFC Sao Paulo at the Ibirapuera gymnasium, Maia posted a statement on his social media, giving props to Covington while admitting a few mistakes he has done in the welterweight bout.

"I would like to thank everyone’s support in one more step in my path,” Maia wrote. "The big lesson in sports is knowing that competing always beings lessons, and we have to be grateful in victory and in defeat for the leaning. I did my best, made a few mistakes and got a little excited, which might have hampered the execution of my strategy, but that doesn’t take the merit away from my opponent, who deserved the victory, and I leave with my head held high, knowing that I have done the best I could, and I move forward onto the next step of the journey. Thank you all!"

Maia (25-8) dropped to 10-4 since cutting down to 170 pounds in 2012, but said after the bout that he’s not considering to retire. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace has one fight left in his deal with the UFC.

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TheUnchosenOne
43 days ago
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This is the guy Colby Covington is trying to heel turn on
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Dana White Calls Michael Bisping's Assault Accuser a 'F--king P---y'

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UFC President Dana White responded Thursday to the man who filed a lawsuit against middleweight champion Michael Bisping over an alleged assault at a gym in Anaheim, California. 

"I'm sure it's that typical f--king p---y who opens his mouth at the f--king gym, and then Bisping goes over andI don't know what Bisping did to him, but now he wants to f--king sue Bispingshould have shut your f--king face in the first place," White said on the RQMS Podcast (warning: post contains profanity). 

"You're a clown. Guys like that are a f--king embarrassment."

TMZ Sports first reported Tuesday that Bisping was being sued by Antonio Georgakopoulos, who alleged that he was involved in a verbal and physical altercation with the fighter after he took his weights at the gym without asking. 

Citing a copy of the lawsuit, TMZ reported Georgakopoulos alleged that Bisping "grabbed him by the throat and began to squeezecutting off oxygen."

TMZ later spoke to the Anaheim Police Department and confirmed Bisping was not arrested and that the City Attorney's Office opted not to press charges due to a lack of evidence. 

"Total bollocks," Bisping said of the allegations Thursday, according to MMA Fighting's Marc Raimondi. "There's your comment."

Bisping, 38, will headline UFC 217 on Nov. 4 when he puts his middleweight belt on the line against Georges St-Pierre. 

Read more MMA news on BleacherReport.com

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TheUnchosenOne
45 days ago
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Yeah, this is a good look
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