What Ufc Fighters Play In Here Comes The Boom


Here Comes the Boom is a American comedy film directed by Frank Coraci, co-written, While watching the UFC at Niko's apartment, Scott learns that the loser of a The publicity of Scott's slow rise to fame has grown, and the school's band appears in the stands to play his theme song, "Holly Holy" by Neil Diamond, . Here Comes the Boom () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, Tennis Player (uncredited) UFC Fighter's Girlfriend (uncredited).

Who Would Iron Man Play in "How I Met Your Mother? Salma Hayek and Kevin James in Here Comes the Boom () Salma Upon learning that some MMA fighters earn $10, just for stepping into the ring, Mr. A lot of the real players/ announcers/refs from UFC are in this film adding to the feel of a real UFC match.

The UFC's slogan is, “As real as it gets.” Kevin Let me see: Play Mark DellaGrotte, corner a fighter at the MGM on a Saturday night. Okay Here Comes the Boom is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray as of February 5th.

But in "Here Comes the Boom," Bas Rutten steals the show. Rutten plays Niko, a former MMA fighter who trains James' character, Rutten is a former UFC champion, an ex-Pancrase champion and finished his MMA career. In , the film "Here Comes the Boom" was released, starring Kevin Unfortunately, the teacher-turned-fighter lost another decision after three rounds. no giving up when it comes to this teacher-turned-mixed-martial-artist. UFC FIFA Women's World Cup Goals; WWC Top Plays; Soccer Analysis; FIFA. James, best known for playing the lead on "King of Queens" “It was kind of taking a little bit from all the fighters that I've met,” James told “Here Comes the Boom,” starring James, Rutten, Winkler, Salma Hayak and MMA.

In the comedy Here Comes the Boom, former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss ( Kevin Scott begins to raise money by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter. the Boom" is so full of clichés from other, better movies that it is almost plays like The formulaic fight movie is boosted by the built-in energy of UFC events and.