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He's a 4-time Mr. Olympia ... he's got 21-inch biceps -- so you'd have to be an Idiot to challenge Jay Cutler to an arm-wrestling match on the street ... right? Well, good news ... we've got that idiot!!!All 275-pounds of Jay Cutler were out in NYC the other day ... when our TMZ Sports photog (who's been working out btw) decided to challenge the guy to an "Over the Top" style showdown. So ... how did it go? »
- TMZ Staff
Features: Mickey Rourke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jai White, Lou Ferrigno, Busta Rhymes, Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Dennis Wolf, Jay Cutler, Ronnie Coleman, Roelly Winklaar, Bob Cicherillo, Branch Warren, Ben Pakulski | Written and Directed by Vlad Tudin
Generation Iron, a semi-sequel to the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger documentary Pumping Iron (the film is exec produced by Jerome Gary, producer on the Schwarzenegger doc), is a documentary film which follows a group of body builders all of whom are competing for the much coveted Olympia title. If they win this, they are officially the greatest body builder in the world. Generation Iron looks at the different techniques used by these competitors to achieve the body of their dreams, and how far they are willing to go to become Mr. Olympia.
This film is a very interesting look at the professional sport of body building, covering a large aspect of the competitor’s lives. »
- Richard Axtell
Phase 4 has acquired the Canadian home entertainment rights to the documentary, “Generation Iron,” and will distribute the film via DVD, VOD and Digital Download. The film, which was directed by Vlad Yudin and narrated by Mickey Rourke, looks at the uber-competitive world of body building and the relentless quest of seven particular stars of the sport as they vie for the Mr. Olympia title. The subjects include body builders Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren and Dennis Wolf. The movie also includes appearances by the sport's greatest legend, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as Lou Ferrigno and Jay Cutler. “Generation Iron” was a top. »
- Jordan Zakarin
Sunday afternoon (Jan. 12), quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos have home field advantage in Denver when they face off against Qb Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers in an NFL divisional playoff game.
After Saturday's wins by the Seattle Seahawks (over the New Orleans Saints, 23-15) and the New England Patriots (over the Indianapolis Colts, 43-22), the Super Bowl picture is coming into focus. If Manning doesn't find himself in the frame at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey (home to the New York Giants, whose Qb is Manning's brother, Eli) on Feb. 2 -- especially after last year's double-overtime loss in the divisional round to the Baltimore Ravens, which went on to take the Vince Lombardi Trophy -- NFL Network anchor Rich Eisen thinks it's going to be a nearly impossible pill for the quarterback to swallow.
"It's all about Peyton Manning right now," Eisen tells Zap2it at »
Allegations of homophobia are running wild in the NFL ... with Torrey Smith dropping a gay slur, Chris Kluwe claiming he was fired for championing gay rights and Aaron Rodgers on the attack over gay rumors. Plus, Mike Tyson Stops a fight from breaking out? We've got the whole story and a crazy brawl in the stands at the Sugar Bowl. Buckle up ... Tell Us Whatyou Think Other Topics Adrian Peterson Hits Bourbon St. Sir Charles »
- TMZ Staff
5 items from 2014
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