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ICYMI: The Corona Girls From The Mayweather-McGregor Fight Creeped Everyone Out

The long-awaited fight between boxer Floyd “Money” Mayweather and MMA star Conor McGregor finally took place this past weekend and things went mostly as expected. After landing a few punches early in the fight, McGregor gassed out and Mayweather took advantage, landing clean shots on the Irishman, culminating in a 10th round TKO for the 40-year-old Mayweather.

After the fight, there were plenty of talking points. Did the ref stop the fight too early? Should McGregor get credit for not getting KO’ed early in the fight? Was Mayweather’s outfit inspired by El Chacal from “Sabado Gigante”?

But there’s something else you may have missed: the discussion about the Corona Girls.

Several young ladies in Corona beer garb were all over the ring on Saturday.

As “brand ambassadors” for the Mexican beer company, it’s pretty much their job to appear on camera whenever they get a chance.

And people noticed.

If there was an opportunity to squeeze into the TV frame, they took it.

Lots of people were impressed:

But this pair’s preternatural ability to maintain the same pose, while smiling, started creeping people out.

It wasn’t just the smiles, though:

It even earned them comparisons to these iconic twins:

Yep, the twins from “The Shining.”

Even after the main event, one of the Corona Girls managed to squeeze into the frame:

???

Who knows where they’ll pop up next.

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'Mulaka' Is A Nintendo Switch Video Game That Follows A Native Warrior Through Ancient North Mexico

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‘Mulaka’ Is A Nintendo Switch Video Game That Follows A Native Warrior Through Ancient North Mexico

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Credit: Lienzo Mx/ YouTube

Coming soon for the Nintendo Switch is “Mulaka,” a unique game which draws inspiration from an ancient North Mexican tribe, the Tarahumara. Pulling from the tribe’s culture, music, and mythology, this video game celebrates the Tarahumara and their seemingly superhuman ability to run long distances.

“Tarahumara” translates to the “running people,” and no name would be more accurate as the tribe is famous for their ability to run for immensely long distances while wearing only thin sandals, or even sometimes completely barefoot. Scientists have been baffled by how they accomplish these long distance marathons.

The game is being developed by Lienzo, a game developer from Chihuahua, Mexico, where current members of the Tarahumara tribe currently reside.

From the Lienzo website:

“Dive into northern Mexico’s breathtaking landscapes with Mulaka, a 3D action-adventure game based on the rich indigenous culture of the Tarahumara. Renowned for their impressive running abilities, embark on the journey of a Sukurúame – a Tarahumara shaman – as you fight back the foulness corrupting the land, while drawing upon the powers of demigods. From solving puzzles in environments inspired by real Sierra Tarahumara locations, to heated hand-to-hand combat with creatures pulled from the region’s mythology, find out why the Tarahumara have earned a reputation for being superhumans.”

The game, which has a vibrant look and feel, also features indigenous music.

This Discovery Channel show explored the science behind how the Tarahumara can do what they do.

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Their record is 435 miles in 48 hours. I ran about the same distance trying to avoid a chancla once.

We can’t wait to see how they pay homage to the Tarahumara in this game, bring it on!


READ: This Mexican Woman Ran A 50 Km Race In Sandals And Beat The Odds


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