Lance Bass made a shocking admission on Wednesday.
While he didn't specifically name
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The 22-year-old EXCLUSIVELY shared with us that him and Justin have been taking time apart to focus on their individual careers — but remain very close friends.
Speaking of true friends…
Will the Rocky franchise turn into the Creed franchise?!
By the looks of the new trailer for the upcoming sequel Creed, we think that might be the case!
The new clip also gives us a glimpse of the film's leading ladies — The Cosby Show alum Phylicia Rashad plays Adonis' mother and Apollo's widow. Tessa Thompson also appears as Adonis' love interest!
Is all this emotional storyline for Adonis just setup for the franchise to carry on following a different underdog boxer? Check out the trailer (above) and see what you think!
Looks like word got around pretty quick!
She not only took a shot at Money's money, saying she makes more per second that he does, but called him illiterate too!
It didn't take long for Floyd to catch wind of her diss and had a little something to say about her earnings and the fact that he was number one on the Forbes list of highest paid athletes.
Mayweather seemed to only have cash on his mind when he responded:
The unstoppable force meets its immovable object!?
Well… maybe not! That's because the fighter she'll be going up against is no joke — Rousey's opponent is actually undefeated in UFC contests! Uh-oh!
Rousey tweeted the fight and opponent info bright and early Friday morning:
Ronda Rousey is not playing around!
The UFC champ — who knocked out her last opponent in 34 seconds — went on Reddit Monday to hold an Ask Me Anything session with fans… and she let them know exactly who she wants next!
One Reddit user asked her the question that everybody has kinda been wondering about: could she beat Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in a fight?!
Rousey, who's had a history of bad blood with Floyd, responded, noting the difference between boxing, and a 'no rules' fight:
This isn't a great look for Floyd Mayweather, Jr., but perhaps it could've been worse?!
During an interview on ESPN on Thursday, Mayweather was asked about recent comments made by Ronda Rousey at the ESPYS last month, where she taunted Mayweather about being "beat by a woman" for the Fighter Of The Year Award.
Mayweather was candid but reserved in his response when pushed about her career and opinions of him. At first he discussed how he hadn't known who Rousey was, saying: