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Gina Carano may not be fighting in the Octagon any time soon but that doesn't mean she's not still hitting people really hard -- at least on screen.
A return to the cage at this point in her career, seems highly unlikely.Former Strikeforce female fighting sensation Gina Carano, who left mixed martial arts (MMA) back in 2009 to pursue a career in Hollywood, has already been cast in her latest role. "Conviction" made her red carpet debut at the Critic's Choice Movie Awards (see the full pic here) alongside her boyfriend of four months, Henry Cavill, who just so happens to be playing the part of Superman in the upcoming "Man of Steel" summer blockbuster movie.I believe that's referred to as "winning." While the onscreen role of Lois Lane goes to Amy Adams, Carano can next be seen in "The Fast and the Furious 6,"sharing screen time with WWE superstar "The Rock" and longtime franchise lead Vin Diesel.Watching Bones systematically eviscerate Glover Teixeira in a method that can only be hypothesized by Harvard scientists makes me realize that Daniel Cormier has about as much of a chance at beating Jon Jones as I do dating Gina Carano.That’s a really long sentence, but grammatically it’s correct.The greatest thing is despite how much you dislike him as a human being (and judging from the comments on Middle Easy I know a lot of you don’t favor him), the guy keeps on winning.
It’s like your negative thoughts have no impact on anything he does in his life, imagine that.
That’s about as perfect of a performance I’ve ever seen Jones pull off inside the Octagon.
Glover had 25 minutes to land his hardest punch, he did, and nothing happened.
However the fact still remains, Jones simply will not let Cormier get in the vicinity to even land a shot.
Jones’ arms are so long that he could be on his sofa in New Mexico watching his arms in Las Vegas on PPV fight Cormier.
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