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Saturday, February 28, 2015

I dont care about ufc but its trending

Yup copy pasted plagiarism, I don't care something is better than nothing maybe I'll get some traffic and actually want to post OC on trending topics.

14 seconds is all it took.

Ronda Rousey caught a quick armbar on Cat Zingano to defend her UFC bantamweight championship in the main event of UFC 184 on Saturday night.

Rousey, whom UFC President Dana White called "maybe the biggest star we've ever had" earlier this week, proved that her talent lived up to the hype once again, getting another first-round submission victory with her signature maneuver.

As noted by Yahoo's Ariel Helwani, Rousey's last three fights have lasted a combined one minute and 36 seconds. Several observers tonight took to calling her "the Mike Tyson of MMA," and that seems to fit.

After the fight was over, Rousey said suitable next opponents for her could be Bethe Correia or Holly Holm, who scored a split-decision victory over Raquel Pennington earlier on the card.

In a postfight interview, Zingano said simply, "I want to do it again. I just want to do it again."

The card had some local interest. Derrick Lewis, who fought and won at Amway Center last April, smothered Roan Potts with punches to get a second-round TKO during the prelims. Lightweight Gleison Tibau, who trains with American Top Team in Coconut Creek, lost via first-round submission to Tony Ferguson in the pay-per-view opener.

Earlier results:

Masio Fullen d. Alex Torres via split decisionValmir Lazaro d. James Krause via split decisionTim Means d. Dhiego Lima via first-round TKO (punches)Kid Yamamoto vs. Roman Salazar ended in a no-contest when Yamamoto inadvertently poked Salazar in the eye and Salazar was unable to continueRoan Carneiro d. Mark Munoz via first-round submission (choke)Jake Ellenberger d. Josh Koscheck via second-round submission (choke)Alan Jouban d. Richard Walsh via first-round TKO (punches

Guy throws ball through hole, and dies, making headline news

Just a few days after his son reported he was "getting better" following a massive heart attack, former Knicks forward Anthony Mason died Saturday morning at 48.

Mason, a defensive star who helped the Knicks reach the 1994 NBA Finals, had undergone multiple heart surgeries after suffering a heart attack during a routine exam at a New York hospital earlier this month.

A Knicks spokesperson confirmed Mason's death to ESPN.

Mason, 48, played 13 years in the NBA, averaging 10.9 points and 8.3 rebounds. He missed the 1998-99 season with a ruptured biceps while playing for the Charlotte Hornets. In 1995, he won the the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award and was named to the All-Star Game while playing for the Miami Heat in 2001.

He played with the Knicks from 1991-96, averaging 9.9 points and 7.7 rebounds.

Mason's oldest son, Anthony Jr., played for St. John's. Another son, Antoine, plays at Auburn University after transferring from Niagara University.

It's a sad day to hear the passing of Anthony Mason. #Knicks fans please pray for his family. It's hard losing a loved one

— Walt Clyde Frazier (@WaltFrazier) February 28, 2015

Teaming with Patrick Ewing, Charles Oakley and John Starks, Mason helped the Knicks reach the NBA Finals, where they lost to the Houston Rockets in seven games.

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