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According to The Hollywood Reporter, “The Prototype” secured yet another prominent role, this one in Paramount’s upcoming Transformers spinoff, Bumblebee. While Cena’s monstrous physique seems a perfect match for a Transformers film, no details on his character have been released. However, we do know that the film will be a prequel to the current batch of Michael Bay blockbusters.
Set in 1987, a yellow and black bot finds refuge in a beach town junkyard before being discovered by the movie’s lead, Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld). Upon reviving the battle-scarred machine, Charlie soon learns it’s not your run-of-the-mill VW bug. Along with Cena and Steinfeld, the flick features a young cast including Jorge Lendeborg, Jason Drucker, Abby Quinn, Rachel Crow, Ricardo Hoyos, and Gracie Dzienny.
Originally set to debut on June 8, 2018, the spinoff was bumped back to December 21, putting the action flick on a collision course with Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, which is set for release that same day. Which muscleman will come out on top is anyone’s guess, but one thing’s for sure: These movies will make a killing at the box office. Transformers: The Last Knight, which hit theaters earlier this summer, has already racked up $568.9 million worldwide, according to THR.
So why do we think Cena is perfect for a role that may require some heavy lifting?
— John Cena (@JohnCena) April 23, 2017
Here’s his entire full-body workout, if you think you’re up to the task.
It’s not pretty, but the video captured by the overhead camera after the Daniel Cormier vs. Jon “Bones” Jones headliner at UFC 214 shows just how bad the former champ’s mental state was after getting KO’d by Jones.
As seen in the video, Cormier was severely rattled from the onslaught. For two minutes the dazed, former light heavyweight champion can be seen stumbling around the octagon as medical personnel, UFC President Dana White, and others make efforts to settle him down.
The post-fight spectacle wasn’t easy to watch, and to make matters worse, Cormier’s compromised mental state became highly evident during his post-fight interview with UFC commentator Joe Rogan.
Rogan later apologized for doing the interview with the badly beaten former champion. “I f—-d up,” Rogan admitted in the video below.
Season 3 of Ballers is here, and, according to Dwayne Johnson, it was HBO’s highest-rated half-hour show since Entourage.
This week he decided to drop off some more content, but this time it’s a roundup of his favorite scenes from Ballers to date. Even if you’re not an avid watcher of the show, you must be intrigued by NFL linebacker Terrell Suggs and Johnson getting into a fight while on live TV at the 2:50 mark. Despite the fight, the two ultimately would patch things up and share several more scenes together.
We’ll never know, but what we do know is that you can catch Johnson on HBO’s Ballers every Sunday at 10 p.m.
The lat pulldown. It’s a favorite among lifters at all levels due to its effectiveness and targeting the all-important latissimus muscles.
So it’s no surprise then that strongman Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson can be seen knocking out a few reps at the gym. What does cause us to do a double take, however, is the unorthodox position he uses to perform the popular lat-building exercise. In this video posted on Björnsson’s Instagram page, you’ll see “Thor” forgoing the machine’s seat, and parking his rear on the floor. Thor sums it up best in just a few words:
“Story of my life… #TooBig.”
However, big does have its advantages as well, especially when trying to lift heavy weights in an attempt to earn the top spot at the Arnold Pro Strongman competition. Here are just a few of Björnsson’s herculean efforts to move a massive amount of weight over the past year.
Today is a good day This was the last event of day 1 of the Arnold Pro Strongman competition in Warwick Canada. Atlas stones 1st place This was the 5th event of the day and I finished equal first with Vytautas Lalas. Tomorrow we do it all again. 5 more events. Wish me luck #arnoldprostrongman #canada @australianstrengthcoach @vytautas.lalas
This issue resurfaced at UFC 214 when Woodley recorded a victory over Demian Maia by unanimous decision to retain his belt. According to the audience, even though Woodley won they were not satisfied with his performance as he was booed during his post-fight interview.
At the post-fight press conference, White piled on to that sentiment by saying, “It’s easy to say a win is a win, but when you get booed out of an arena, that means people don’t want to watch you fight.”
He doubled down by adding, “Who wants to pay to see Tyron Woodley fight again?”
Woodley replied to White’s comments during an interview on The MMA Hour.
— MMAFighting.com (@MMAFighting) August 1, 2017
The champ was extremely aggravated with how he was treated, and laid down an ultimatum for White.
His exact words were, “If I don’t get [a public apology] I’m going to start leaking some sh*t that people don’t want out in the wind.”
The dust is still settling on this situation, but keep it locked to M&F for the latest on the feud.
“The Beast” just raised the stakes for Summerslam.
During Raw last night, Brock Lesnar and his manager, Paul Heyman, interrupted Kurt Angle’s heartfelt speech to his hometown of Pittsburgh to make a declaration: If Lesnar loses the Fatal 4-Way at Summerslam, he will leave the WWE.
This announcement coincides with a number of rumors claiming that Lesnar is planning to leave the WWE to return to UFC. Following his victory at UFC 214, light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones called out Lesnar, to which “The Beast” responded (according to the AP), “Be careful what you wish for, young man.” We’d say that sends a pretty clear message, but so far nothing has been confirmed.
If the rumors are false and Lesnar actually intends to stay in the WWE, he will have to take down Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, and Samoa Joe to retain the WWE Universal Championship.
Summerslam airs live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, on August 20.