They've turned those early undercard matches into advertising for the main event. They give you a free taste, and piles of hype for the main event so you'll pony up for the main card on pay-per-view.
Rousey will not be the first fight of the main card so being there at 7pm is not required unless you want to see all the fights.
Here is a schedule from Fox: http://www.foxsports.com/ufc/story/ufc-190-ronda-rousey-vs-bethe-correia-viewing-and-schedule-guide-072815?vid=492983363603
Looks like the pay-per-view portion doesn't start till 10pm and there are seven fights on the card. I'd be shocked if either the Shogun or Rousey fight started before midnight.
And those are all premium channels on my already too high cable bill. Ugh.
I did not know that. That is very interesting. I watched many of Germany's games in the World Cup last year and I thought they were amazing. Should be interesting to see some of those matches.
Well, it was already the worst kept secret in TV. They should have left it hanging whether he gets stabbed. Then at the start of the episode, they could stab him and leave him in the snow while they cut to Mereen or King's Landing or Braavos or wherever.
Anyway, here's a Sophie Turner (Sansa) gif.
I was hoping for Columbus so I could go.
Yep. That whole Barclay's Premier League being on NBC Sports Network has really grabbed my interest. It was a bit of a revelation watching it.
That's what I was looking for. Obviously, the team wants to make this tourney. Does it hurt them in trying to make the next World Cup if they don't? (Other than the whole not playing part.)
Do they have any chance against Mexico? Mexico put a beat down on Jamaica but not sure how much of that was Jamaica not being impressive (all those yellow cards getting handed out suggested they aren't) and how much was "Mexico is impressive."
Obviously, I don't have all the information on this. But I personally have a hard time condemning the guy for it even with your likely scenario.
This doesn't strike me as try hard. Let's for a second set aside the normal rush to beat a man up for wanting to meet girls and get laid. Given the loaded gun any female has these days with regards a famous athlete (and having seen "Gone Girl") this isn't a bad way to go about meeting women. Especially if he's actually not just looking for a hookup but a woman who would make a good wife.
They have to RSVP via so form of social media so he can screen them for any number of things.
He then has an internet record of what he's told these women to cover his backside.
He will undoubtedly get a large number of replies so he can fill the event with enough witnesses and staff to avoid "he said/she said" situations to some degree.
And if like you he is bad with women this might create a situation where he can mitigate that to some degree. Being a millionaire doesn't make you good with women. Being bad with women and a millionaire is more or less making yourself a target for the worst sorts of women.
Anyone wanting to beat this guy up over this is man-bashing in my opinion.
Who it benefits most is the guys who were behind Braxton. Braxton would be taking Collier or Gibson's reps when his arm isn't going to be in shape to be the every down starter. We might not be talking a series or a down here and there. The third string guy has to be ready to be THE GUY and Braxton can't be that guy or he wouldn't be looking to change positions.
Here's what I'm taking from this new information.
Braxton's "switch" means he's not going to have his arm in shape to be the everydown starter by the early part or further of the season. He's simply getting ahead of that before fall camp so he'll have a shot to play.
The black is fine. The stripes and N on the pants are alright. What is with the pattern and slashing and other "noise" though? "Trying to hard," comes immediately to mind.
You don't "fancy up" black. It is frelling black. It is badass all on its own.
or block. Receivers for Urban Meyer have to be good blockers.
The real pressure with all the offense of talent again falls on the defense. The pressure was already there to get three and outs from a Football 101 perspective. Now they need them so the O has time to get all these guys the ball. It's going to take a lot of possessions to get three guys to the Heisman presentation.
As exciting as I think this news is I can see Coach Meyer's being cautious about it. All this really tells us is that Braxton was not going to be able to play QB this season.
Seems to me the even scarier thought for the rest of the league given what an athlete Braxton would be, "What if Braxton doesn't win the position?"
Well, I guess we now know where Brax's shoulder recovery is. Everything always came back to that didn't it?
I don't care whether TTUN is good or not. I do care if they are hopeful. I want the Buckeyes to be the ones to crush their dreams.
One of my things with the conspiracy nonsense is it is insanely difficult to keep a secret with small groups of people and we're talking thousands. Also those people involved have been passing for some time now and we're still not hearing tales of death bed confessions of having helped fake the moon landings.
The moon landings fill me with great pride on the one hand and great shame on the other: we stopped being a country with the will to put men on the moon.
Minus two. Not creepy so much as pathetic and desperate.
You're welcome. Enjoy your journey.
Here's a good list: http://byo.com/stories/issue/item/10-10-steps-to-better-extract-brewing
And if you need a good reference book for the shelf their "The Homebrewer's Answer Book" is great. The "Mr. Wizard" columns were my favorite part of the magazine when I was subscribing.