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Catch UFC Star Conor McGregor In A Commercial Doing Origami

While recovering from knee surgery, Conor McGregor appears to be keeping himself fit by practicing origami.

McGregor is featured in a commercial for Heineken, which is searching for the next Irish legend talent.

The Irish superstar is expected to return to action later this year surgery for a torn ACL.

Check out the video below to see McGregor in action, and feel free to enter, as a pretty nice prize is being awarded:

UFC Fighter Snaps Pic With Hollywood’s Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher might be more well known for his previous marriage to Demi Moore and his show, “Punked,” than anything else he has done.

However, Kutcher is learning some self-defense and other techniques, as evidence by the picture Cub Swanson posted of the two after a recent training session at Rigan Machado’s gym in Los Angeles.

Kutcher is the current star of “Two and a Half Men” and played the role of Steve Jobs in “Jobs.”

Gil Melendez, We Hardly Knew Ya

Gilbert Melendez, Strikeforce’s last lightweight champ and a top contender for the UFC belt, may be hitting the road soon thanks to stalled contract negotiations. Yes, “El Nino” is coming off a thrilling win over Diego Sanchez at UFC 166 on October 19, and sure, he fell short in his bid to take the belt from Benson Henderson by the narrowest of split decisions back in April, but as we’ve seen with Jon Fitch and Ben Askren, being one of the best fighters in a division doesn’t guarantee you a job with the UFC.
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Ronda Rousey Talks “The Four Horsewomen” Of MMA

Ronda Rousey shares a house with three other female fighters in Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir.

Collectively, the quarter has dubbed themselves “The Four Horsewomen” of MMA after long-time pro wrestling group, “The Four Horsemen.”

In fact, they have gone so far as to assign each one with a member of the male faction, including Rousey.

“Since Shayna moved in, our group activity is that we sit down and watch RAW and all this stuff together,” said Rousey, during a recent interview with AfterBuzz TV. “It’s like our little family time. Shayna totally converted our new house into a super pro wrestling house.”

Rousey added that the two had a disagreement over who would be Ric Flair and who would be Arn Anderson out of the pair, but eventually decided.

“I was like, ‘Sorry, I have to be Ric Flair, I gotta be Ric Flair,'” Rousey said. “Eventually we came to the conclusion that I could be Ric Flair and she could be Arn Anderson as long as I could be Goku and she could be Vegata.”

Hear the complete interview in the video below:

You’ve Just Gotta See To Believe “What Does The Wand Say?”

You might have thought Chael Sonnen was behind the World MMA Awards video presentation of “What Does The Wand Say?” that aired recently.

Instead, it was just the fine folks at the awards show. The video has been released on the heels of the Mark Munoz video parody of Miley Cyrus and her “Wrecking Ball” music video.

The awards show airs this Sunday night on FOX Sports Net affiliates.

In the meantime, check out the video in the player below, and prepare to laugh a little. And if you don’t know what this one is a parody of, count yourself among the lucky ones.

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