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Fit Fix: Sports Illustrated Reveals a "Second Shoot" of Ronda Rousey in Nothing But Body Paint

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Ronda's back for another round of body paint! #SISwim

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A Second Shoot: Some paparazzi snapped evidence of Ronda Rousey's "second photoshoot" for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, so the magazine dropped a few more preview shots of the UFC star strutting her stuff in nothing but body paint on some exotic beach. [Sports Illustrated]

Chipotle In the Clear: The Food and Drug Administration is set to declare an official end to the E. Coli outbreak that struck Chipotle restaurants in nine states in 2015, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing sources. Investigators still don't know for sure what caused the outbreak,  (Reminder: All Chipotle restaurants will be temporarily closing for a few hours on February 8.) [Wall Street Journal]

Farewell to Megatron?: Calvin Johnson has told the Detroit Lions that he is set to retire before the start of next season, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing sources. "Megatron," as he is known, is still battling numerous injuries from across his record-setting career for the Lions, and released a statement after the regular season stating that he was "evaluating options for my future." The team has not confirmed his departure. [ESPN]

The "Other" Warriors: It didn't really matter that Stephen Curry had an off night at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. Draymond Green notched a triple-double, Klay Thompson scored 34 points, and the Warriors rolled the Knicks, 116-95. "If one guy's not shooting well, usually the other guy is," coach Steve Kerr said. [ESPN]

They Call It "Cultured Meat": Would you be willing to eat a steak that was grown from animal cells in steel tanks? That's the bet companies like Mosa Meat, Modern Meadow Inc., and (San Francisco-based) Memphis Meats are making, as they vie to reinvent the modern meat industry in the lab away from any grazing fields or feedlots. [Wall Street Journal]

You Can't Do That: We gotta hand it to 19-year-old Belgian cyclist Femke Van den Driessche: If you're gonna cheat in a cycling race, then why not go all-out and install a hidden motor in your bike? She got caught, of course, after she was forced to pull out of the race due to a mechanical problem. "It's absolutely clear that there was technological fraud," International Cycling Union (UCI) president Brian Cookson said. "There was a concealed motor." [MSN]

Phasma Returns: Captain Phasma, the brutal chrome-plated stormtrooper character from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is set to return in Episode XIII, actress Gwendoline Christie told People. "I will be in the next 'Star Wars' movie. I think that's an exclusive, actually." [People]

Suck It, George Jetson!: Google has started testing its mysterious Project Skybender project, which seems to involve solar-powered drones that can beam ultra-high-speed wireless data using "millimeter wave technology." [The Guardian]


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