Seriously, wouldn’t that be amazing? Who wouldn’t want to have a “Weird Science” world where we could just “download” any (and all) of our bear/chub/daddy fantasies in physical form? Though it might not be a reality, video games are acceptable substitutions as CG graphics are quickly becoming realistic as possible… [KEEP ON WOOFIN’!]
From all elbows
He does look like Turbo B of Snap
As of today, MMA fighter Brett Rogers has an undefeated 10-0 record. His biggest fight is also tonight against Fedor Emelianenko who is 30-1. As much as I would like for Rogers to win this one, Emelianenko is a very experienced fighter. Rogers is also extremely cocky about this fight that he’s made comments like “You know what I can’t honestly say I’ve seen one of Fedor’s fights”… Now whether it’s all in the name of theatrics, but this is looking like the equivalent of a Rocky Balboa versus Clubber Lang boxing match. And Rocky won.
But, hey, I’m no MMA analyst. The only important thing is that Brett Rogers is one thick brutish monster and here he is on Shirtless Saturday. Their fight will be televised tonight by CBS Television.
Pretty epic promo video for the upcoming fight from a Fedor fan
But wait one second and hold the presses… Check out this Behind-The-Scenes photo shoot of Fedor and Brett from M-1 Global. Mr. Emelianenko is pretty beefy. He just needs a few more pounds and he’ll be perfect. (Okay, okay, so sue me!) Anyway this is a treat for you furry chest fans…
After much experimentation with converting videos (and with tremendous help from D.T.), I have finally managed to upload a somewhat clearer video of the MMA match of Mark “The Bear” Smith against Dan “The Beast” Severn (from “King Of The Cage: Sudden Impact”). (I made an error halfway through the video as you’ll notice that the clip where Mark and Dan faces up would repeat itself. And, unfortunately, my “higher quality version” is actually pretty poor. Growing pains, I guess.)
Anyway, here are some screenshots from that match. Mark Smith is definitely one of my favorite MMA fighters of all-time. Even when he’s talking smack against Dan Severn, he’s very respectful about it. Mark “The Bear” Smith truly lives up to that nickname. He’s not just a brute fighter, but he’s also a huggable teddy bear.
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Here’s a post-interview match of this woofy bear:
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The following photo set is from Keepers Of The Cage. Not a lot of photos of Mr. Williams, but the quality is top-notch.
The next set is from MMA-Fighter (start on this link for more of his photos). It’s a match he has against a beefy and muscular fighter called “Big Will.” The last photo shows who the winner is. I must say, I’m impressed.
And, finally, here are just some wonderful photos of this handsome brawler.
Alan Karaev is not only just an intensely handsome big bear of a man, he is also a Russian Sumo Wrestler as well as an MMA Fighter. That massive and bulky physique of his is every musclechub’s sweaty dream come true.
The following photos came from a personal Webshots collection of that lucky lady in the photo.
Alan Karaev’s sumo match
Mr. Karaev is just so wide and massive that his opponents can’t resist attacking him on his unmissable soft spot: his chubby gut.
Musclechub Alan Karaev versus Musclebear Bob Sapp
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Eric “Butterbean” Esch is a professional boxer/mma fighter and a model of perfect chubby goodness. He’s a pop-culture icon that practically most people could identify, even if they just saw his silhouette.
A big, big thank you to the awesome D.T. for sharing all of these fantastic photos of the one and only Butterbean…
I finally got to meet the great Butterbean… I only have one chance to get this right…
(fake Italian accent) Hey fatty, there’s no way you can pound on my Italian dough,
you fatty fat fat fatty. You’re just a fat kid. Aren’t ya, fatty? Here’s some chocolate, fatso.
And the following video is somewhat random, but not really. I was doing a google search for “Butterbean” when I accidentally typed in “Butterbeam.” It led me to a YouTube page of a chubby Filipino who his friends mistakenly referred to as “Butterbeam.” Ah, my Filipino accent carried on through with my writing. 🙂
I love Fishbone, and it would have been even awesome if the lead singer, Angelo Moore, looked like this fro hawked monster, Brett “The Griim” Rogers. Looks like he will go toe-to-toe with the brutal Kimbo. I don’t think that I would be able to watch that fight. Though I will definitely support Mr. Rogers from kicking Kimbo’s ass. I just don’t like that Kimbo dude.
An undefeated heavyweight hailing from Minneapolis, Brett Rogers is a big-time heavyweight prospect in the Midwest who has clobbered the competition en route to an undefeated record. After proving all he could on a regional level, Rogers is looking to make it as a nationally recognized mixed martial arts star. Despite supporting four young children, Rogers recently left his job as a tire repairman at Sam’s Club so that he can dedicate himself fully towards his dream of becoming a heavyweight champion of a major fight promotion.
More Brett “The Grim” Rogers photos at Sherdog.
While checking out for more photos of Mark “The Bear” Smith on his MySpace Page, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that his main photo was the collage I made. I also felt warm and fuzzy inside with the comment he had written:
Original collage is found here
Well, the warm and fuzzy feeling quickly subsided when I read this…
Oh well. It shouldn’t really bother me as BaBy LoVe is indeed right. I just wished that there was a “LOL” there or something. Or, at least, leave out the “ILL PROTECT U!!!”. I’m sure she can beat me up pretty good, so there’s no contest. ^_^
In her defense, I did post this: Mark “The Bear” Smith: Bear Trapping 101. Lol.
Anyway, here’s a couple of photos of the woofy Mark “The Bear” Smith (courtesy of your stalking blogger):
In this issue of the now defunct “Grappling” magazine, there are visual step-by-step instructions on Bear Trapping.
I tried it on a bear who was about 160 lbs. heavier than I was (such as the woofy Mark “The Bear” Smith pictured above), and let’s just say that I want my $5.99 refund on this so-called useful magazine…