Do you remember when Batista competed in an MMA match?
On of our favorite all-time wrestlers and half Pinoy is currently enjoying success as an actor, aside from being WWE’s Batista, he is now known for being Drax, the big guy from Guardian of the Galaxy. Sure he has come a long way and have done pretty much everything in his career, even competing in a real MMA fight.
October 6, 2012 at Classic Entertainment and Sports: Real Pain in Providence, Rhode Island Dave Bautista also known as Batista fought 40-fight veteran Vince Lucero. Batista would go on to win the fight by TKO at 4:05 in the first round.
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Recognize these muscles? Its the Animal Batista, The former WWE Champion and Superstar who is famous for his explosiveness and big muscles. Batista had been out of the limelight for sometime and from what I heard he tried to compete in a real fighting match like MMA. In fact I have seen some pictures of him training different Martial arts. But have you seen him lately?
You will be surprise one you see his transformation from a real bulky muscular guy to a skinny aged man. Is this for real Batista is skinny now.
Check out the recent skinny pictures of Batista.
Batista Skinny Pictures
What happened? Maybe he really want to loose weight to fight in MMA?
By James Caldwell, Torch assistant editor
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross pted a new blog on jrsbarbq.com today with a note that Batista is considering entering MMA once he gets healthy from his completed WWE run.
“I’ve heard some rumblings that when Batista gets healthy that he might try his hand in the MMA world. This rumor is FAR from official but I do know that Batista has been doing some MMA training and has a bona fide interest in the genre,” Ross said. “This would be a huge challenge for Batista if he indeed attempts to compete in MMA at a high level which, again, is not a done deal.”
Regarding WWE, Ross reviewed last night’s Raw and talked about the lack of roster depth being an issue in WWE again with injuries creeping up.
“We’ve often talked about the lack of main event level depth within the business and when a rash of injuries occurs this point is magnified even more,” Ross said. “I look at it as a great opportunity for several individuals including some who many emailers consistently mention as being ‘underutilized.'”