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Fit Fix: Kevin Hart and Draymond Green Are the Next Great Comedy Duo

Today in comically co-opted fashion lines, and everything else you need to know.

"Collection": It's the oldest comedy set up in the book: Set up the big guy (Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, who's 6'7") with the, uh, not-so-big guy (comedian Kevin Hart, who is definitely not 6'7") and then let them do their thing. Foot Locker got this one right.

"Idiot and a Fraud": AnnMaria De Mars, the mother of Ronda Rousey and a 1984 world judo champion in her own right, utterly lit into Rousey's coach Edmond Tarverdyan in an interview, calling him an "idiot and a fraud," "I told Ronda more than once, 'I know what training to beat the world looks like and this isn't it,'" De Mars said in her interview with Submission Radio. [For the Win]

Gimme a Break: A 20-year-old law student from London is bringing a legal suit against Nestle over a pack of Kit Kat bars that lacked any of the candy's signature wafers, citing "monetary and emotional" loss over the incident. Her demand? A lifetime supply "will do." [ITV News]

Case of the Mondays: The Denver Broncos' team buses were involved in a minor car accident on their first major day of Super Bowl prep, the team said. "I think the only thing that happened was my cellphone fell out of my hand," tight end Vernon Davis said. [AP]

"This'll Be Fun!": Seven Buck Productions, the media production company founded by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and top female Dany Garcia, has signed a deal with Mr. Olympia, LLC, to "produce and promote" the Mr. Olympia Weekend, the pinnacle of bodybuilding. [Men's Fitness]

The Flagship Adds Some Firepower: Canon has unveiled the specs for its new EOS-1D Mark II, a top-of-the-line sports camera targeted at working pro photographers who can take advantage of a 20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and 4K video up to 60 fps. [CNET]

"Bloodborne" Test: Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson, a UFC flyweight champion and noted video gamer, was interrupted by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for a random blood and urine test right in the middle of his live Twitch stream of Bloodborne. After a few minutes of streaming of a different variety, he resumed the Twitch play. (Note to the USADA: Bloodborne doesn't even have a pause option.) [MMA Mania]


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