Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos (10-1-1 NC) and Ronda Rousey (6-0) are clearly not friends with the verbal jabs they've exchanged as of late. Even though Cyborg doesn't like Rousey, she's glad to see women getting their chance to fight inside the Octagon. "Women who train MMA are happy," said Santos to TATAME. "I knew this would happen sooner or later. I was happy; it'll be good for women. "
Ceremony at Oakland center honors victims of anti-transgender violence
Let’s say that Mexico’s Marines, as the country’s Navy insists, did kill Heriberto Lazcano, leader of the infamously bloodthirsty drug gang known as the Zetas, in a shootout 80 miles south of the U.-Mexico border on Sunday.
HERNING, Denmark (AP) — Danish rider Michael Rasmussen admitted Thursday that he took performance-enhancing drugs for more than a decade, the latest cyclist to acknowledge doping since Lance Armstrong's confession this month. Rasmussen, a climbing specialist who won stage victories in the Tour de France and Spanish Vuelta, said he took testosterone and growth hormones and had blood transfusions from 1998-2010 in an effort to boost his performance.