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Fit Fix: Steph Curry Silences the Doubters, Tank Abbott Calls Out Ronda Rousey, and Yogi Berra Passes Away

Today in drawing motivation from doubt, and all the other dude news you need to know today.

Morning, dudes. Here's the latest in cool stuff for Wednesday, September 23, 2015:

Actions Speak Louder: The next time you hear someone doubt your ability—whether it's in the gym, on the track, or whatever—watch this commercial of Steph Curry reading his NBA draft reports. Some dude thought he was "below standard." Now he's a world champ.

RIP, Yogi: Yogi Berra, the heralded Yankees catcher and fountain of witticisms like "it ain't over 'til it's over," died Tuesday. He was 90. [The New York Times]

5 Goals, 9 Minutes: Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski subbed in at halftime against Wolfsburg. He then proceeded to score five goals—FIVE FREAKING GOALS—in the span of nine minutes. Which is a record, in case there was any doubt. [CNN]

First Day of Fall: It's officially autumn, and that means rising before dawn for your early-morning gym session or long run. So read up on the 25 fall style essentials every man can use, and the best style moves for fall.

It's a SEA MONSTAH: Accents tend to thicken when they're surprised, stressed, or emotional. So when Bostonian Michael Bergin saw a "sea monster" (actually an ocean sunfish) on a fishing trip, his Boston accent came through pretty wicked hahd. (As did a lot of cursing, so this is pretty NSFW unless you work on a Boston fishing boat or something.)


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Posted by Michael Bergin on Thursday, September 17, 2015

Pot, Meet Kettle: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told the commander of the state's National Guard to lose weight. [Time]

"Make Me a Sandwich": Former UFC fighter Tank Abbott thinks he can not only take down Ronda Rousey, but also have her make him a sandwich. That's no way to talk to a lady, Tank—especially not one who can kick your ass. [Rolling Stone]

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