Sport Michael Irvin wants to try his hand at MMA

17:57  17 july  2017
17:57  17 july  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

Trump, Polish president bond over 'fake news'

  Trump, Polish president bond over 'fake news' President Trump believes he has found an ally in his crusade against the media. Via Twitter, he pledged Saturday to “fight the #FakeNews” with Polish President Andrzej Duda, whose right-wing party has been accused of a crackdown on a free press. Last year, Duda signed a law putting state-owned media under government control because – according to an aide – he didn’t believe they were objective.

Michael Irvin says that MMA was his second favorite sport behind football. Maybe it's just that Michael Irvin is a little bit bored. Whatever it is, NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver and former Cowboy Michael Irvin wants to try his hand in an MMA ring.

Michael Irvin made millions with his hands catching passes for the Dallas Cowboys in their heyday. In a video shared by TMZ Sports, Irvin says he wants to try his hand at mixed martial arts "I would whoop somebody up, man," Irvin said. Irvin , a loud and proud MMA fan, already does training

Michael Irvin has interest in climbing into the octagon.© Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Michael Irvin has interest in climbing into the octagon.

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin uses MMA training as a way to keep in shape, and the 51-year-old wants to put his skills to the test.

Irvin told TMZ over the weekend that he wants to take part in an MMA fight at some point, but his wife won’t allow it.

“I train MMA, man. I want to do it. I want to get in there one time,” Irvin said. “My wife says I’m her mule and she can’t have her mule out there getting hurt. I gotta bring her her money. She won’t let me do it.

“I actually wouldn’t mind getting in and having a fight. Oh my God, I would love to take a fight.”

Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda likely needs Tommy John surgery

  Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda likely needs Tommy John surgery The Yankees have placed pitcher Michael Pineda on the disabled list with a partially torn UCL, general manager Brian Cashman announced Friday. One doctor has recommended Pineda have Tommy John surgery but he is seeking a second opinion.

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin uses MMA training as a way to keep in shape, and the 51-year-old wants to put his skills to the test.

Michael Irvin says that MMA was his second favorite sport behind football. Maybe it's just that Michael Irvin is a little bit bored. Whatever it is, NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver and former Cowboy Michael Irvin wants to try his hand in an MMA ring.

While Irvin is not suggesting he would fight in the UFC or Bellator, he wonders if there is a way to set up some sort of celebrity MMA tournament.

“What I wish they would do is maybe some amateur MMA fighting, celebrity style — this celebrity against that celebrity,” he explained. “Let me find me a couple dudes that have maybe said something I don’t like and we can get up in that ring. I would whoop somebody up, man. I would enjoy that. I just love the sport.”

Irvin, a five-time Pro Bowler who won three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys, is in tremendous shape for his age. If you doubt that he could hold his own inside the octagon, just read what Jason Garrett recently said about Irvin’s work ethic.

Michael Vick now 'truly sorry' for Colin Kaepernick comments .
Michael Vick has reversed himself after his comments about Colin Kaepernick.Vick also said he is sorry for suggesting the ex-49ers quarterback lose his afro, get a haircut and adopt a more "clean-cut" look if he wants to save his NFL career. Vick gave his controversial advice to Kaepernick during an appearance with Jason Whitlock on FS1's "Speak for Yourself" on Tuesday.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!