After dominating in his MMA debut, Dave Bautista is a batshit loon if believing he’s going to become a UFC titlist

Although a badass, Dave Bautista is a graybeard with no future in MMA.

Former six-time WWE world champion Dave Bautista knocked Vince Lucero onto Queer Street in the first round to win his mixed martial arts debut in the CES MMA league on Saturday night at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, RI.

Prior to the bout, a slew of opponents were considered until Lucero (22-22-1), a portly, 13-year veteran of the sport, accepted “The Animal’s” challenge.

After initially being staggered by a series of right hands, Bautista, who owns the longest World Heavyweight Championship reign in WWE history, gained control and pounded the 40-year-old Lucero with thunderous strikes until the referee mercifully halted the contest at 4:05 in the opening frame.


Already a jackass, Nick Hogan looks more foolish than ever commenting on Jerry Lawler

Nick Hogan has no right to discuss Jerry Lawler at this particular time.

After Jerry Lawler suffered a mild heart attack while working as a color commentator earlier this week on Monday Night RawHulk Hogan’s son, Nicktold TMZ that “The King” should consider retiring.

The 62-year-old Lawler, a native of Memphis, Tennessee, who has captured an astounding 168 titles since making his debut in the squared circle in 1970, remains listed in stable condition at a cardiac care unit in Montreal.

Thankfully, several CT scans have shown that Andy Kaufman’s erstwhile “nemesis” has not been afflicted with brain damage.

While Lawler continues recovering, Nick, a 22-year-old ex-convict known for appearing on the reality show Hogan Knows Best, said wrestling “takes a toll” on the human body and “most guys retire around 50ish.”

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Angels to fire Mike Scioscia for Terry Francona?

The Chicago White Sox lambasted the Los Angeles Angels 6-1 earlier this afternoon at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in California.

Los Angeles’ loss occurred a day after past general manager Jim Bowden said on ESPN Radio that Terry Francona could replace Mike Scioscia as the Angels manager by summertime.



Birthday babe of the week – Megan Fox

Seductive American actress and model Megan Fox will turn 26 on Wednesday, May 16.

The native of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, began acting in 2001 and emerged as an “A-list celebrity” with her portrayal of Mikaela Banes in the 2007 blockbuster film Transformers.