Waterson and Herrig are similar in multiple ways, right down to the fact that they both have 21 professional fights under their belts as they ready to reach 22 together in Las Vegas. While Waterson comes from a karate background and Herrig is more of a Muay Thai stylist, they’re both strikers at heart with solid submission skills and scrambling abilities in their back pockets should the action hit the canvas.
Neither has the fight-altering power of top contender Jessica Andrade or the dominant wrestling skills of rising star Tatiana Suarez, but both are high output, high cardio, high pace veterans with a propensity for delivering entertaining performances whenever they step into the Octagon.
What makes this contest so compelling, however, is where these two women are at in their respective careers and how that fits within the current landscape of the 115-pound weight division.
Although Herrig enters next weekend’s main card opener
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When we heard Trump’s promise of Making America Great Again, it sounded hopeful to many, but at what cost?
September 26, 2018
Since 2016, Americans have faced with a red-blue political standoff with a lingering debate over
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Notorious serial killer Dennis Rader, known as the “BTK Killer,” revealed what drove him to kill 10 people in a documentary which aired on the Oxygen network on September 2.
Rader, 73, talked about his upbringing in “Snapped: Notorious BTK Serial Killer,” a two-hour documentary which explored how—and why—a seemingly normal family man carried out heinous murders over a 17-year period in Wichita, Kansas.
In a never-before-seen interview shown in the documentary, Rader told KAKE-TV reporter Larry Hatteberg in 2005 that a “demon” inside of him caused him to kill 10 people, which included two children. He claimed the demon came into his life when he was a child.
“I mean, I have a lot of feelings for them,” he said of his victims. “I guess it’s more of an achievement for this object in the hunt. Or sort of more of a high, I guess.”
Rader went on to recount an instance
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Snapped: Notorious BTK Serial Killer (6 p.m., Oxygen) – This two-hour documentary looks at the Witchita, Kanas’ BTK killer Dennis Rader, a family man who tortured and killed 10 people over the course of 17 years. The special includes a never-before-heard interview with Rader recounting his crimes and his childhood.
Worst Cooks in America (9 p.m., Food) – Last Sunday was a close call for NC’s Janese Henry — fried chicken is not easy — but she made it through and in Episode 4 she’ll have to face her culinary fear and expand her palate with some unusual ingredients.
America To Me (10 p.m., Starz) – In the second part of Steve James’ 10-part documentary about students and teachers in suburban Chicago area schools, teacher Jess Stovall intervenes in Ke’Shawn’s academic struggles while Kendale and Chanti grapple with identity.
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The end of summer doesn’t have to be sad. Sure, the beach balls and patio BBQ have to get tucked away, and the days are sure to get longer and colder real soon. But fall brings with it the promise of amazing new shows — all kicking off with that most glorious of TV holidays: the Labor Day Marathon Binge.
Here are the best shows coming this fall
Whether you’re catching up on your favorite TV shows or getting ready to settle in for a fine season of sports — CBS’ live stream of the Fantasy Football Today Telethon on CBS Sports HQ is a great place to start — or indulging in some great movies, tons of options are available to make the last weekend of Summer 2018 a breezy ride into the new season.
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For 31 years, a seemingly uncatchable serial killer terrorized residents of Wichita, Kansas. Starting in 1974, he murdered 10 people, taunted police with hints about his next victims, and sent clues of his identity to the media.
His “projects” (as he called victims) were selected at random and included a 9-year-old boy, a 62-year-old grandmother, and a 21-year-old woman. He stalked them, before breaking into their homes and killing them by strangulation, stabbing, or hanging. No one in Wichita knew who’d be next.
With no clear M.O. and nothing linking the victims, the case remained cold for decades. But in 2005, investigators traced a floppy disk from the killer back to Dennis Rader, an unassuming father of two, Boy Scout troop leader, and the local Lutheran church president.
Rader—who called himself “BTK,” an acronym for “bind, torture, kill,” in letters to the media during his killing
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It was like he wanted to be caught. Dennis Rader, aka the BTK Killer, is remained one of the most mysterious serial killers until 2005, when he was finally caught after the gruesome murders of 10 people. But Dennis is the one who did himself in, since he continued to send clues to police until one clue implicated him and he was finally arrested. But in an upcoming episode, Oxygen’s Snapped will revisit Dennis’ case — and the network will air never-before-heard audio with the serial killer himself.
“How could a guy like me — church member, raised a family — go out and do those sort of things,” Dennis said in the audio clip. “I want the people of Sedgwick County, the United States, and the world to know that I am a serial killer.”
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Dennis is known as
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It’s back! Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, launches the 24th season of the critically-acclaimed franchise Snapped with the infamous case of Amy Fisher and Mary Jo Buttafuoco. It was the scandal that rocked a quiet town in Long Island, NY, and now Mary Jo is telling all about that fateful day that her husband Joey Buttafuoco’s teenage mistress, Amy, shot her in the head in cold blood right at the front door of their family’s home. Watch the video above to see In Touch‘s exclusive sneak peek!
“That was the biggest news in town that day,” Mary Jo said in an exclusive sneak peek. “This was my journey, and during the course of it, I did a lot of things wrong, I made a lot of mistakes, I tried to do the best I can. Nobody told me, ‘Okay Mare, this is what happens when
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