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This is what happens when you're the Canucks and you put a halt on the Florida Panthers 12-game winning streak. On and off the ice Floridians are bound to stir some sh*t up.

At least we have here a miraculous, spontaneous display of Panthers broadcaster Dennis Potvin throwing out a straight up elementary schoolyard-caliber burn at the Sedin twins.

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Florida what are you doing with yourself? This woman puts on quite the show. At times this almost looks like a frickin spar, and her some sort of untrained Ronda Rousey knockoff.

Via: UFC ON FOX
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It takes a serious set of stones to openly challenge the dude who knocked out another professionally trained fighter in 13 seconds a week ago. We don't know if Diaz was severely concussed, caught up in the post fight exhilaration, or if he actually wants to take on the bada** irishman.

One thing's certain, and that's that 'he can't talk like that on Fox.'

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Ok, Spider-Man is a good guy so he probably wouldn't kill Darth Maul but I can guarantee you the Sith is playing for keeps. 

This fight is goes down at the San Diego Comic Con.  Everyone from Disney Princesses to Thanos are asked to weigh in on who they think will be victorious.  

If you just want to see the fight go down, you can skip to the 6:50 minute mark where the fun begins. You'll have to watch the video to find out who wins. 



Surprise of The Day: Floyd Mayweather Comes to Defense of Ronda Rousey
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An unexpected supporter has come to the defense of MMA fighter Ronda Rousey.

Floyd Mayweather talked to Fight Hype about Rousey and her recent loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193.

He started by saying that he definitely didn't tell 50 Cent to mock Rousey on Instagram with a meme, and he has nothing against MMA fighters.

"That's not true at all. I haven't really spoke to anyone about the Ronda Rousey situation, just to set the record straight. I don't have anything against MMA fighters. It's just like boxing; you win some, you lose some. A true champion can take a loss and bounce back."

He's not a fan of Internet bullying and trolling after Rousey's knockout loss.

"I don't think it's cool how everyone is trolling her on social media. Certain things you have to learn. People will love you on Friday and then Sunday morning, it's nothing but negative comments and people making jokes and people making fun about you, which I don't think is cool. I've never been on the other side, so I don't know how it feels. I'm pretty sure she's a very, very strong person, but we still have to take into consideration that she has feelings."

His rush to defend Rousey is unexpected, especially given their shaky past.

Maybe this is a new Mayweather?

Hoax of The Day: No, There Definitely Isn't a Tinder For Street Fighting
Via: Rumblr
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In the age of the Internet and viral news stories, people will believe anything.

With a crazy idea that makes you think "Hmmm...that could actually be believable," you can convince the public of just about whatever you want.

This brings us to Rumblr, a soon-to-be mobile app dubbed the "Tinder of street fighting." The app, which supposedly allows users to match with other people in their area who want to fist fight, was featured on over 200 blogs and websites this week.

Too bad it was just a big, fat lie.

Turns out, this was just a stupid marketing stunt to launch a creative agency. Not even a cool marketing stunt.

"Rumblr started as a portfolio project to help us launch our creative consulting agency, von Hughes. We're a team of college dropouts with backgrounds in marketing, design, and engineering. Rumblr came about organically as a funny idea amongst a group of friends, but quickly budded into an opportunity to showcase our branding skills."

We are all fools.

Via: NBC4
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A California man ended his night with sore eyes and in handcuffs after his Uber driver fought back against an alleged assault.

Uber driver Edward Caban was able to grab his pepper spray and defend himself against 32-year-old Benjamin Golden, the passenger Caban said was too drunk and belligerent to give proper directions.

He captured the entire encounter on his dashboard camera.

"He was grabbing my head and was trying to smash it against the window," Caban told NBC4.

"I wanted to make sure he didn't get away," Caban said. "I have lost so much money on people like him and I'm done dealing with it. They take the food right out of my mouth."

Golden was arrested on public intoxication and assault charges, Costa Mesa police said.

Caban ended his YouTube description with this very true statement: "Uber drivers don't get paid enough to deal with this sh*t."

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