Ronda Rousey explains choice of ‘Bad Reputation’ for walkout music

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Very few fighters in the UFC have consistently impactful, memorable walks to the cage. [autotag]Ronda Rousey[/autotag] is one of those few. A fighter whose walk to the cage seems to bring the MMA world to a standstill.

Rousey (11-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC) walks to the tune of “Bad Reputation” by Joan Jett, a scowl on her face that portends the violence she plans to unleash on her opponent.

Rousey spoke to Wall Street Journal about her choice of her now iconic walkout music.

“Lots of professional fighters want their walkout song to sound like the “Rocky” theme—you know, regal and inspiring,” Rousey said. “I’m more on the theatrical side, so I needed something gritty, with a lot of attitude.”

Rousey originally used the song “Sex and Violence” by The Exploited, but the song wasn’t exactly fit for broadcast in the eyes of Showtime.

“It was hard to choose a…

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White: Next heavyweight title challenger will be Andrei Arlovski or Stipe Miocic

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[autotag]Fabricio Werdum[/autotag]’s first UFC heavyweight title challenger has not yet been determined, according to UFC President Dana White.

White today hosted a Periscope Q&A session with fans and was asked who will be next for Werdum (20-5-1 MMA, 8-2 UFC) after his stunning upset of Cain Velasquez to win the UFC heavyweight championship at UFC 188.

The UFC boss replied that [autotag]Junior Dos Santos[/autotag] (17-3 MMA, 11-2 UFC) should be the No. 1 contender, but his current injury woes will prevent him from taking the fight. That means Werdum will face either [autotag]Andrei Arlovski[/autotag] (24-10 MMA, 13-4 UFC) or [autotag]Stipe Miocic[/autotag] (13-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC).

“It’s either going to be Stipe or Arlovski,” White said. “Dos Santos should get that fight, I agree. Dos Santos should get that fight, but he’s hurt. So he can’t take it.”

Arlovski, No. 5 in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA heavyweight…

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BOW BAN : Messeh, Mes-she, Messiah. Messeh means “to anoint”, using the fat of a crocodile







Messeh, Mes-she, Messiah.
Messeh means “to anoint”, using the fat of a crocodile from
whence the word Messiah comes.
In Judaism, it’s the Messiah
In Islam, Jesus (Isa) is also considered the Masih, or Messiah, and his eventual return to the Earth is expected with that of another messianic figure, the Mahdi.
Christian connotation of the word “saviour,” is the same word Messiah, these are religious versions, and have no correlation to the source, only that they copied the true stories.
Religion, Re-ligion, Re means to do again, re-do, Ligion means Union, which is Re-Ligion meaning “Re-Union” do you see how man is so stupid..

”Messeh” the anointed one…..
Although the ancient A’aferti “The Choice” (Pharaoh is a Greek translation) were anointed, and the true Tama-re ” Egiptian/Egyptian word was taken from the Egiptian language ”Messeh” which means ”Crocodile” (for strength) the fat of the…

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I’m in Love with the COCO[a]: More Black/White Duality


For me, it all started when a snarky status was posted by a friend on social media about the nonsensical (or so it seems) recent track, “CoCo” by O.T. Gena[I]SIS. The song (if you want to call it that), features a CHOCOLATE-colored (BLACK) man rapping about (WHITE) COCaine. See below for the music video.

This song/video encodes the theme of duality because we have the BLACK (CHOCOLATE) man rapping about WHITE COCaine. Relatively new to the mainstream, the featured genre of music is known as “tRAP.” Most tRAP is LOW-vibrational music. This is pretty fitting, as it “tRAPs” one in a LOWer vibration. It is very blatant in some of the lyrics (I got it for the LOW, LOW).

If you want a good laugh, check out…

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