video review : Anderson Silva versus Vitor Belfort at UFC 126

video review : Anderson Silva versus Vitor Belfort at UFC 126

Two leg kicks is the only action for almost the first three minutes of this bout. That’s probably because both Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort know they can get knocked out at a moment’s notice, especially Silva. Vitor Belfort is on a three-fight knockout streak.

He finally gets it going by, as Joe Rogan phrases it, tagging Silva with a left and the fight doesn’t last long from there. Silva, who displays outstanding head movement while dodging Belfort’s signature flurry, knocks him out with a front kick to the face. “Wow!”

my rating : 4 of 5

2011

Megan Anderson’s physical appearance

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At six feet, Megan Anderson is too tall for me to date; I like short girls, partly because tall ones remind me of trannies; but she’d be perfect for rough sex. That’s “rough” meaning her doing what she wants to me as she plays The Dominatrix, which should be her MMA fight name.

She’s not pretty in the face; she looks okay; but I’d worship those long legs, which, along with her arms, are aesthetically enhanced with what looks like gothic-style tattoos. She’s muscular but not to the point of masculinity. Her body is sexy in a womanly, albeit womanly warrior, way.

my rating : 3 of 5

2020

If It Bleeds ( book ) … Stephen King

If It Bleeds ( book ) ... Stephen King

“If It Bleeds, it leads,” the old news trope goes, but what if it bores? That’s the problem with this book; a set of Stephen King novellas à la Full Dark No Stars, Four Past Midnight and Different Seasons. The worst is The Life Of Chuck, a fictional biography about a man I couldn’t care less about.

The best is Rat, which seems like it’s going to be a good story; the headline here reads something like Novelist With Flu Stuck In Cabin During Killer Cyclone; until its ridiculous title character comes into play. It’s Stephen King’s preference for the strange and supernatural that ruins this one.

Mr Harrigan’s Phone, about a boy gifting a dying “luddite” with an iPhone, plods along drearily, though John Harrigan is probably the most interesting character If It Bleeds has to offer. The silly title bit, which stars Holly Gibney and follows The Outsider, is about a shapeshifting news reporter.

my rating : 2 of 5

2020