Just Minutes away before the commencement of Survivor Series, Mr. McMahon decides to get some “Deadly Games” started early with the likes of The Rock, Steve Austin, Undertaker, Mankind, Kane, X-Pac, and more looking to gain the upper hand just before the Deadly Games Tournament to crown a new WWF Champion. In the early years, especially 98/99, Sunday Night Heat could be must-see TV and moments like this were a big reason why. Many, myself included, were already excited enough to begin with for Survivor Series but this was icing on the cake and got you even more amped up for Survivor Series.
Heat (November 15, 1998)
What’s a Titan you ask? @bodyof_a_titan
is one of the 64 crazy fit competitors chosen for the #titangames
, The Rock’s new fitness show. •
James Jean- Louis is a 29yo truck driver for Budweiser who lives in North Miami Beach, FL. Fitness has always been a way for him to focus on something positive. We are rooting for you 🙌🏽 Haitian Sensation 🇭🇹 #haitiville
I'm not the prettiest subject, but I got my new lights charged up and wanted to play. Will be much easier tomorrow when I have my stands and somebody else to fill-in haha. Also, not bad for a phone camera. I will definitely be doing test shots this weekend with a real camera 😄 #doyousmellwhattherockiscooking #aputuref7
Repost By lindseyeatsla: THESE vegan coconut curry noodles are not to be missed out on! 🔥🍜 a base of coconut milk, almondmilk and homemade chili paste make this curry super special. Top with lime juice, chili flakes, red onions + noodles.
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2 1⁄2 -3 cups of assorted mushrooms
13.5 fl oz canned coconut milk ( about 1 can)
1⁄3 cup @califiafarms
1/8th tsp turmeric
1/8th tsp curry powder
1/3rd cup water
1 tablespoon maple syrup
8 oz noodles
3 tsp of homemade chili paste (on the blog or you can use store bought)
Salt to taste
In a pot, grill and sauté mushrooms for about 3-5 minutes. Next add in your coconut milk and stir for 1-2 minutes.
Add in your chili paste (adjust to taste), turmeric and curry powder. Stir. Next add in your almondmilk and water, add maple syrup as well as salt to taste. Let it come to a simmer and turn off heat.
Top your coconut soup with your choice of noodles, lime wedges and chili flakes. 🥢
#llindseyeats #tastingtable #recipevideos #doyousmellwhattherockiscooking
Success Isn't Overnight. It's When Everyday You Get A Little Better Than The Day Before. It All Adds Up.
Success isn't about becoming perfect overnight. It's about improving everyday a little bit at a time.
Me and @therock
got 2 major things in common:
1. We are both sexy ass workout beasts that can bench 420 pounds...easy.
2. We both love rolling on the sushi train after a hard workout training for a film were we fight aliens with a prosthetic Thumb in order to get my Chinese family back. Tonight I’m watching a A great documentary on the homeless children of New York in 90’s. Keep your head up Kev, totally inspiring. Time to go to my 4th workout! .
#therocklife #therock #instagood #sushi #fish #sushirolls
Rampage is directed by Brad Peyton and is loosely based on the arcade game of the same name. The film stars Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Primatologist Davis Okoye (Johnson) oversees the primates at a wildlife sanctuary, including George, a rare albino gorilla. One night a canister from a failed experiment in space falls to Earth and the gas inside infects George, causing him to grow at a tremendous rate and experience violent tendencies. The canister also affects other animals in the wilderness, causing them to grow and mutate as well. Davis works with Dr. Kate Caldwell (Harris) and agent Harvey Russell (Morgan) to save George and stop the animals from destroying the city.
As we head towards the end of the year and the best and worst of lists are coming up, I’ll be catching up on movies I missed in theaters to see if they land on either list! Today I present what I’m calling the “Rock Block”, review of two movies starring the Rock. It sounded better in my head. Here we go!
2018 gave us two movies of giant animals destroying stuff and eating people. Earlier this year we got The Meg and before that we had Rampage, a movie based on the arcade game where humans turned into giant monsters and wrecked buildings for points. I vaguely remember playing a version of this game way back when and the idea of turning this into a movie is odd just because there isn’t much there to create a full-length feature out of. Rampage proves that because of its weak story, weaker characters and how far it has to go out of its way to bring in the video games main focus into the movie.
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