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Owen Watson
Owen Watson

SOMETHING TO FIGHT FOR



1. We build brands to fight for things that matter. We are developing a network of socially-driven brands. The more brands that consumers interact with that fight for something, the more normal it will become for them to use it as an evaluative criteria when they shop and make financial decisions. Empowering customers to know that their dollars are their votes, and that companies will respond to their hearts and desires is critical in today's day-and-age.




SOMETHING TO FIGHT FOR



Inspired to create brands to fight for things that matter, Fight for Something LLC was founded out of Minneapolis in 2014 by Mitch Reaume at the age of 23. Fast forward 8 years, and we've built 4 brands and are as committed as ever to using business to do good.


Ransik's mutation seem to be going out of control. Only with medication does he keep it in check. While sifting through the wreckage of the Time Ship, the team gets a message from Captain Logan. He offers them weaponry should they need it. On his way to a board meeting, Wes finds Nadira and her goons up to no good. He fights them but gets the stuffing knocked out of him. Just as Nadira is about to deal the death blow, the Rangers show up and save Wes. Poor Nadira gets a fingernail broken by Jen. Jen gives Wes a talking to, about how he should not interfere with Ranger matters, how he has never fought for anything in his life and that he's always a "spoiled brat". Wes is feeling pretty worthless at this point, until Trip sneaks into the Collins compound to explain Jen's harsh attitude towards him and that what she says about Wes is wrong. Wes goes to Jen at the Time Ship wreckage, and asks for a chance to help them out. He may never have fought for anything before, but it doesn't mean he can't now. He also revealed that he found out about Jen's grievance of Alex's death from Trip and why she wouldn't accept Wes joining them. At Ransik's cryo-prison headquarters, a frozen mutant criminal known as Jetara is reanimated and unleashed on the city. He begins by blasting away the local police. Circuit alerts the Rangers. Jen finally gives in and gives Wes the Red Chrono Morpher. The team morphs. Trip whips out the Time Jet, which was shrunken in a metal case. The Rangers board it, and Wes pilots. They reach the location of the mutant's attack. Wes gives him a Time Strike. In the process, he cuts off a patch on Jetara's body, exposing his DNA and causing him to grow to colossal size. Circuit contacts Captain Logan in the future for a little assistance. Logan sends over the Time Flyers through the time portal. The Rangers take control of the Time Flyers and form the Time Force Megazord Mode Blue. After an exchange of laser fire, they shift the Time Force Megazord into Mode Red, which uses its saber to take out Jetara with a final slash. Jetara shrinks to a size of mere inches as he reverts into his cryogenically frozen state, and is imprisoned by Jen into a container. Wes willingly gives up the Morpher, but Jen lets him keep it. The team rejoices at their new Red Ranger.


On this crisp November morning, Rousey wears a hoodie and Ugg boots for the short walk from the cabin to the detached garage her longtime trainer Edmond Tarverdyan has turned into a dojo. Six days a week, twice a day, Rousey makes this trip to train for her comeback fight against Amanda Nunes on Dec. 30.


Back then, when she was undefeated, she'd spend hours and hours thinking of all the things she was expected to do to be successful: Sell the fight, build the women's division of the UFC, take photos with fans, pose on the red carpet. Tweet, Facebook, Instagram. Entertain. She'd stew and swirl all night until an alarm clock would sound way too early.


She always used to spend a few weeks up in the mountains during training camp. That was the plan last year before the Holm fight, as she and Tarverdyan scheduled out her typical two-month fight-prep routine.


But then the January 2016 fight was moved up to November 2015 after UFC 193 headliner Robbie Lawler injured his thumb. UFC president Dana White needed someone with enough star power to replace him for what became the largest crowd in attendance at a UFC fight in history, at the 55,000-seat Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.


Rousey still cries sometimes as she relives details from the fight. It's painful and embarrassing. But she is the one who kept saying yes to everything. She left herself vulnerable going into the fight, and Holm made her pay. Rousey's got to own that.


It's easy to fall back down that shame spiral, but that's not productive anymore. Now she has to train and feel strong again. To remember why she fights. That was the point of coming up to this cabin. Having a physical boundary is essential for someone who has trouble setting any limits on herself. It's a way of compartmentalizing.


That includes rivals who try to get press for themselves by drawing her into faux fights on social media. Everyone who cheered that she lost. "Fans" who promise they won't tag her location in photos but violate the trust as soon as she's out of sight. "I'm being geotagged like a rhino," she says.


There's a comfort in going back to those memories now, reminiscing between training sessions or late at night while she eats the skewers of meat that Tarverdyan grills over an open flame. Rousey's first UFC fight was less than four years ago, and back then, she got in the cage to survive. Rousey herself had pushed White to add a women's division to UFC, so if her first fight against Liz Carmouche didn't sell, there wouldn't be a second one. For her, or anyone else.


Next he finds a picture of her doing an armbar on Sarah Kaufman in 2012, before she even joined UFC. It was shortly after that Kaufman fight that she met her jiujitsu coach, Jason Manly. Manly hadn't seen Rousey much the past few years, but he recently joined her camp, and it didn't take long for them to fall into a rhythm.


They speak in their own language during training, geeking out over footwork and head positioning like a songwriter would obsess over chords and lyrics. Manly backs her into a corner; Rousey escapes. She's quicker than he remembers. Lighter too. She's been about 140-145 pounds during this camp, nearly 10 pounds under where she was during camp before the Holm fight.


Manly encourages her to throw him; Rousey crouches and uses her leverage to toss him over her hips, even though he outweighs her by a good 30 pounds. At one point the talking stops and the fighting becomes real, bodies become weapons, guided by instinct and mindfulness.


Rousey is working on fighting against the side of the cage, so she pins him in a way that renders his size and strength moot. Eventually he escapes, but she accidentally clips his mouth with her elbow during the struggle.


SNL gave her a goal to focus on and reminded her she didn't need to fight again to have opportunities outside of the cage. Hollywood had already come calling, offering a Road House remake -- which, despite reports to the contrary, Rousey says, is "not going anywhere," just awaiting a rewrite -- and a key role in a Peter Berg movie called Mile 22. She had options.


Of course, Rousey is still doing things that make her money. She's fighting again, for one. Early in training camp, she took a day off to do a photo shoot for Pantene, which launched a campaign around her called "Strong Is Beautiful." The other day she decided to sell #FearTheReturn shirts to fans who wanted to support her, with part of the proceeds benefiting an animal rescue organization and a women's shelter.


"I get a little nervous. Not like before a fight or anything," she says. "I was more nervous that my heels were way too big and I didn't want to look like I was dragging my feet when I was walking. Then I was nervous that my nipples were showing through my dress. [But] it's for a purpose. Overall I think it adds to my life."


Originally, White had wanted Rousey to fight at that event. It was a landmark moment for the sport. New York City! Madison Square Garden! White had been trying to get fights approved there for years. It was the kind of card that demanded a bold-faced headliner.


When White asked, Rousey and Tarverdyan had to consider the request. It was the kind of thing that, before her loss, she never would have passed up. A huge fight ... the company needing her ... White calling her personally. But in the end, Rousey declined, saying she needed more time to make sure she was fully recovered from knee surgery.


Now all that matters to Rousey is doing what gives her the best chance of winning her next fight. So she told White no, and instead McGregor defeated Eddie Alvarez to claim his lightweight championship.


Joel: I struggled for a long time with survivin'. And you- No matter what, you keep finding something to fight for. Now, I know that's not what you want to hear right now, but it's...


Tess also succeeds in comparing the bite on Ellie's arm to her own neck wound, to help Joel understand that there's something truly special about Ellie's biology. This would have serious ramifications for the remainder of humanity, in the final act of the game.


Great list you two! We must fight each day for patients. Patients for ourselves, to give ourselves the time and space to grow into our greatness. And patients for others as they become all they were born to be.


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There are universal things that no one should give up easily. Things that all people should stand their ground against and fight for until they either die trying or get what they want. But I know fighting for things can be hard.


If you want to be one of the few people in life who actually enjoys going to work every day, you need to fight for that job. No dream job is ever handed to anyone, otherwise everyone would be going to work as actresses, astronauts, artists and late night talk show hosts. 041b061a72


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