The (new) champ speaks!
Holly Holm went on Late Night on Monday evening to chat with host Seth Meyers about her infamous MMA beatdown of Ronda Rousey.
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Holm, who knocked Rousey out cold at UFC 193 ten days ago, gave the late night host the inside scoop on everything the fight, from the contentious weigh-in, to the aftermath of her victory, and — oh yeah — the knockout itself!
Ch-ch-check out the interview — including a tease for a possible rematch — below):
What do you even say about this?! Perfection!!
Beyoncé was by hubby Jay Z's side on Saturday night when the couple took in the middleweight boxing match between Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez in Las Vegas, and the Queen Bey stole the show!!
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Arriving for the fight
It seems like everybody is coming to Ronda Rousey's defense!
First, Holly Holm defended her opponent from the celeb haters, and now Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is getting in on the act, too — making him a very unlikely ally for Rousey considering their very public feud recently!
Related: Ronda Discusses Her Path To Body Acceptance!
In comments on Monday after Rousey's surprising knockout loss over the weekend, Floyd denied gloating about the female MMA star's defeat, and told Fight Hype:
We're not sure if we're too surprised about this one.
Sure Mike Tyson was a championship boxer and OBVIOUSLY very good at what he did — but that doesn't mean we're willing to trust his political opinions.
Tyson sat down with HuffPoLive, where they asked him all about
his boxing career his cartoon show politics.
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Though some may be surprised, we're not overly shocked that the 49-year-old former boxer revealed he thought Donald Trump "should be President of the United States."
Tyson went on to talk quite a bit about The Donald's controversial comments and did his best to defend the GOP frontrunner — even dropping the N-bomb when comparing how people view Donald's comments.
If you're interested in hearing what the former champion and ex-con has to say, check out the full interview (below)!
This is so sad.
The Sopranos star Frank Albanese, who played Tony Soprano's uncle Pat Blundetto, has passed away at the age of 84.
According to his friend Eddie Canlon, Albanese died on Monday in Staten Island, N.Y. after losing his battle to metastatic prostate cancer.
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The actor, who famously appeared in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas, started out as a heavyweight prizefighter who trained under famous boxer Rocky Graziano.
After scar tissue developed on Albanese's brain, Graziano helped him score his first acting gig in 1968's The Brotherhood. The accomplished actor also appeared in Dead Presidents and As the World Turns.
Our hearts go out to Albanese's family and friends at this trying time.
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