Sometime in the past, before she was an ultimate fighting movie star, Rhonda Rousey was on a Japanese talk show where she took on three Japanese judo black belts. In less than 11 minutes, she beat all three of them.
The picture quality may not be great, but the results are what we expected.
Catching up on the Ronda Rousey phenomenon
When the WNBA began, I had season tickets at Madison Square Garden for the New York Liberty. And what I remember most about that team was the tiny blonde rookie guard who’d come off the bench and sink 3s from NBA distance.
And this week, the Liberty added that little guard, Becky Hammon, to its Ring of Honor:
Every Liberty fan from those days loved Becky. The franchise player was the center, Rebecca Lobo, who was on all of the billboards and in all of the WNBA promotion when the league started. But Becky was the player everyone rooted for. Here’s forward Sue Wicks talking about Becky’s early career:
And how good was she? Here you go:
But the future looks extremely interesting:
So the kid with bangs might be a head coach in the NBA? Had no idea that was going to happen.
… twice. Individually and as part of the team photo.
In case you didn’t see it.
I never think the winning team has enough goals, but when Carli Lloyd hit the midfield goal, everyone knew the match was over.
So which fielding error is worse? This one?
Or this one?
I’ve gotta go with my team, the Yankees, because it took two fielders to completely screw up this play. And I feel bad for the guy who’s being mocked by the bread sign.
Here’s what John Oliver said when FIFA was busted:
His wish came true:
And here’s what he did when his wish came true:
These are pitstops from F1, Indycar, Formula E, Nascar, and WEC racing. Formula 1 is awesome.