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  1. Considering how well Rose's striking looked against Waterson, not much better. IMO, Joanna Champion is the best striker in the UFC. There may be some who are faster, and some who hit harder, but her technique is just sublime and clean. I'd say there's almost no doubt that she wins the 125 belt too. eta: Thug Rose is one of my favorite fighters, and she has plenty of time to develop her skills further. I see a championship in her future, but not now. Jedrzejczyk is just too good.
  2. These last couple of years his weekly interviews had apparently become a highlight. It seems he'd made an effort to improve in that regard.
  3. Not only that, but he uses Jordan's name right there! It's like he's rubbing his nose in it!
  4. Not only did he back him, Kelly gave him some sort of year end award. I'll see if I can find a story on it. Edit: Scratch that, his teammates voted him the award. I think he gets more respect from teammates and around the league than he gets from most. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18379314/colin-kaepernick-san-francisco-49ers-voted-teammates-winner-len-eshmont-award
  5. Bwahahahaha! Bwahahahaha! You can go on YouTube! Bwahahahaha!
  6. Talent and self promotion.
  7. Minor nitpick, but of course they're all citizens. We are born citizens of the US.
  8. There were a couple of bad throws that could/should have been picks. Other than that, he played really well. He seemed to really be aware of his body language and attitude for once though. More so than in the rest of his time with the team. It was nice to see him back overall.
  9. It makes me think of Zelda from Pet Semetary.
  10. @Maia Being part of an underrepresented group myself, I can understand where you're coming from. And considering Mornont's breakdown of the cast I can definitely see where this is a missed opportunity. But, I'm going to withhold judgement on how well or badly they've done with the main character until I've seen the film. I get what you're saying about the method of the characters introduction to the story, but with the combination of the two trailers I'm hopeful that she will undergo a deep and meaningful heroe's journey that is more developed and nuanced than any we've seen in the Star Wars universe before.
  11. Hadn't looked at the cast list, so I didn't realize it was that bad. However, I do think that TFA and this movie have shown some progress considering the female leads. I personally wouldn't direct criticism towards a franchise that at least appears to be trying when there are other Disney properties, among others, that have really screwed the pooch on gender equality. I'm looking at you Marvel. Where is my Black Widow movie!
  12. Um, huh? Mon Mothma was in the trailer. As was a young black woman asking questions at what looked like some sort of strategy meeting. I know that's only a couple women, so maybe your post was a bit of hyperbole?
  13. He's certainly got skills. And he's definitely the most flamboyant. But for my money, the best member of the group is Gza the Genius. Hands down.
  14. Method Man as himself. He's the guy who trades jackets with Cage.
  15. In her last two fights, Cyborg seems to have come out pacing herself a bit more than usual to ensure she doesn't gas out due to the weight cut. Is it just me, or does she seem even scarier with this measured approach?