Davey Richards and Angelina Love Entrance Video (Alternate)

The final cut of the visuals that made it to TV.

I had a great week in early February of 2016, filming with Davey Richards and Angelina Love. We had time to converse about their family, future projects, and put out a project with visuals that can be appreciated from all sides. The best part about this shoot was the “Creepy video” turning into visuals for the entrance video they used on Impact television. Which was one of the most humbling opportunities in my young career.

If I must say, the video looks great. .I met both while filming for Revolution Physical Therapy in Wexford, PA. I filmed a six episode series about his rehab from his ACL injury and his future return to the ring (Watch below). He reached out to me about filming some videos upon his return to Impact wrestling. Quite naturally I responded with a resounding yes (I ran around the apartment screaming at the top of my lungs like Daniel Bryan).

NEW Popeyes Chicken Sandwich Commercial

The new Popeyes Chicken Sandwich is BACK and it”s causing hysteria. It’s caused riots, people fighting, and even people dying. Popeyes has doubled down with their plan to stick by their chicken sandwich, so they released this commercial to promote the delicious, tender all-white meat chicken breast fillet, marinated in an authentic blend of Louisiana seasonings, then hand battered and breaded in an all new buttermilk coating. Served with crisp barrel cured pickles and Classic or Spicy Mayonnaise, served on a warm and toasted buttery brioche bun.

Road to Recovery: The Story of Ronda Rousey’s Arm Bar

At age 15, Ronda practiced arm bar, after arm bar, after arm bar; due to an ACL injury she sustained. In what she referred to as an ‘advantageous disadvantage’, she worked tirelessly to perfect her arm bar. It was that setback that paved the way for Ronda to become who she was meant to be.

Ronda Rousey: including stem cell, I’ve had seven knee surgeries.  All in my right knee.  No ACL. No cartilage.

My ACL tore during my MMA career, so I got it repaired but the graft tore a long time ago. I’ve been operating with no ACL and barely any cartilage for probably maybe last four or five years.

My ACL injury is probably one of the more formative events of my career. It’s one of the instances I cite where I talk about advantageous disadvantages. I tore my ACL so I spent an entire year doing just arm bars on arm bars. That’s what I think really brought me to the next level. It forced me to really not do all of my favorite throws.  The throws required me standing on my right leg. I had to pretty much think of an entire repertoire of throws that didn’t involve my right leg. By the time my knee healed, I had double the amount of throws and a sick ground game, so it was the best thing that ever happened to me.

Ronda Rousey: Road to Recovery | Broken Hand Rehab | Qwality TV

A deeper look inside Ronda Rousey’s rehab, after she nearly lost her finger on the set of 911 on Fox. After recovering from a broken hand at Wrestlemania 35 with Dr. Lyneil, she will now continue her physical therapy, with hopes of being able to return to 100%.

Ronda Rousey: I met Lyneil through some mutual friends of ours. (Lyneil) started with my best friend’s husband, then started working with my best friend. He left a wobbler in my house that I used to walk around the house with. (Lyneil) was working with my husband, after his ankle surgery. Then I broke this hand, and I broke that hand, he totally fixed this one, like brand new. I smashed this knuckle so bad, that I have no more knuckle. On the set of 911, I chopped off my finger and I was like, I know just the guy.

My year, I was spending months in casts, and my secret weapon over here for recovery is Lyneil. As soon as I saw that I was able to have my fingers sewed back on, I knew that Lyneil would be able to get me back to as good as new. All I care about is making a fist. I don’t really care about my hand modeling career and I can give up the saxophone.

Yeah. I broke my hand, I’d say probably in the middle of my WrestleMania main event match. I was trying to punch this girl in safe spots, which is basically the arms and the torso. In between switching from arms to torso and arms to torso, I caught her elbow with my pinky and shattered it.

I remember looking down at my hand and seeing lumps that weren’t supposed to be there. And I was like, “Ah, dammit. Keep punching on this hand.” So, not only did I shatter my knuckle, but I did God knows what else to it after I shattered it. Did a whole remix for my right hand. They pretty much had to smoosh all of the parts that they could and put two pins in it. I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to make a fist again. When I took the cast off I could only do this basically, (but) it’s all the way back and I’m super stoked.

The difference between healing my middle finger, opposed to my knuckle, was the open wound. It was a really big open wound. I (also) had to deal with a really big infection risk because the bone was exposed.

I had to be kept under observation and an IV overnight. We just had to be constantly wary of infection, be constantly cleaning it. It was actually pretty nice that I didn’t have to wear a cast. I hate casts… I hate not being able to scratch myself.