"Of course he's good for the sport, he promotes a fight. Mousasi insists a fight against Englishman Bisping will happen and feels that if the judges scored his recent title defence against Dan Henderson correctly, then the American would be champion."The Bisping fight will happen sooner or later if he has the belt or not," Mousasi said. "No one expected him to beat Luke Rockhold for the belt but he got a free pass because of Chris Weidman's injury.Yet Bieber’s legion of fans (72 million Facebook friends and counting) stuck with him. But if I’m gonna be so invested in you, if you die, or something happens to you, I’m gonna be so destroyed, I won’t be able to go on. ” One of my favorite things I’ve seen you do was the carpool video with James Corden. You ever flicked on a channel and a late-night church show is on?And now he's gaining a new audience: This year he has a pair of top 10 hits (the Diplo-Skrillex collab “Where Are Ü Now” and "What Do You Mean," his first-ever Billboard No. If I can love you and know that I’m not who I am because you’re being nice to me, but that I love you and I think you’re an incredible person but you’re just as broken as I am on the inside. Do you think you’ll always compare relationships to the one you had with Selena? Sometimes it’s like, “You better do this or you gon’ die and you gon’ burn in hell! I, personally, love Jesus and that was my salvation.Three years ago, Justin Bieber appeared on the cover of COMPLEX as a fresh-faced 18-year-old. I’m the type of dude who always wants to figure it out. Then I start thinking—wait, the “big bang.” For a “big bang” to create all this is more wild to think about than thinking about there being a God. I think that with Christians, they’ve left such a bad taste in people’s mouths.At the time, he was a relatively unblemished teen pop idol—so of course we photographed him in a boxing ring, bloodied and bruised (the blood was fake; the steak he held against his face was not). I’m tired of putting on a mask and a show for these people. Imagine putting a bunch of gold into a box, shaking up the box, and out comes a Rolex. At this point, my faith has gotten me to where I am. Just like, overly pushy with the subject, overly churchy and religious.In the ensuing years, Bieber took his share of lumps: a bad breakup, multiple run-ins with the law, a night in jail for DUI and drag racing, and some head-scratching antics caught on camera, including an infamously belligerent deposition and peeing into a mop bucket. I’m just gonna be myself and if they don’t like it, they don’t like it. I have family members who talk about religion a lot. They find something that works so well for them and they wanna share it, but they don’t know how to share it so they’re kind of pushy.Depending on who you ask, Bieber had either gone full “bad boy” or was simply dealing with the growing pains associated with being a handsome, fabulously wealthy post-adolescent. Then, hopefully, my other relationships will flourish around me. I’m shy about doing or saying certain things, and then I say it and it’s not even a problem. You’re just scarred and you don’t do something because in your last relationship they’d freak out, but [the new person is] just like, “What are you talking about? There’s a lot of really weird stuff going on at churches.
Besides being in recording mode, he has made sporadic image-softening plays that included a Comedy Central roast, a couple of self-aware appearances, and a feel-good Carpool Karaoke video with James Corden, and a VMA performance that ended in tears. When stuff would happen, I would lose my freakin’ mind, and she would lose her mind, and we would fight so hard because we were so invested in each other. I think that everybody should get their chance to share what they’re doing or where their journey is headed, whether they’re straight or gay or what they believe in.
Middleweight Gegard Mousasi says Conor Mc Gregor should stop acting like a "cry baby" following their recent Twitter exchange over comments Mc Gregor made at UFC 204.
Iranian-born Dutchman Mousasi (40-6-2; UFC 7-3), who was speaking during a visit to London, told the MMA Hour podcast on Monday that he received threatening messages on Twitter after he criticised the UFC featherweight champion following Mousasi's win over Vitor Belfort in Manchester.
He didn't like it, so he responded and sent me a message then I responded.
If you can dish it out then you should take it, don't be a p****. He can do whatever he wants but if you're in the spotlight, and you dish it out, then you shouldn't be a cry baby." Mousasi (pictured above) also responded to comments made by current UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping who recently said on the MMA Hour podcast that fighting the Dutchman would be "bad business".