Celebrities are really going all out with this bottle cap challenge. It started when John Mayer kicked the cap off a bottle, mesmerizing us all while doing it. He was challenged by UFC fighter Max Holloway. Then Mayer challenged Jason Statham, and…
'Celebrities are really going all out with this bottle cap challenge. It started when John Mayer kicked the cap off a bottle, mesmerizing us all while doing it. He was challenged by UFC fighter Max Holloway. Then Mayer challenged Jason Statham, and now just about everyone in Hollywood is trying their hand at it. The challenge fell into Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's lap. Now, Baldwin's video was pretty dope, but she then challenged her pal Kendall, and Kendall Jenner's bottle cap challenge video is pretty epic. And also kind of dangerous? Jenner posted her video on Monday, July 8. She was challenged by Hailey Baldwin, who was challenged by her hubby, Justin Bieber. Baldwin's video was a slow motion shot of her driving past her bottle on a ATV, one leg extended in the air to hit the bottle cap. M.I.A.'s \'Bad Girls\' was playing overtop the video, making it all the more epic. \'OK challenge accepted,\' Baldwin said in her caption. \'I nominate @kendalljenner and @justineskye.\' Jenner took on the challenge, saying \'You asked for it @haileybieber\' in her caption. Then came the video. Feast your eyes on Kendall Jenner kicking a bottle cap off of a bottle.. while riding a jet ski on one foot. What even is her life. Like, she literally did the Bottle Cap Challenge on a f*cking jet ski next to a yacht at golden hour. I want that kind of money. Nay, I need it. The funniest part of the whole video is the song that's playing overtop. It's G-Unit's \'Rider Pt. 2,\' and the line \'I ain't tryin' to hear sh*t I'm supposed to be rich\' is the last line heard in Jenner's video. Uh, yeah, we got that vibe, Kendall! Baldwin, and a bunch of other celebs, have commented on Jenner's video. \'YYYYEESSSSSSSSSSS,\' Baldwin said. Kylie Jenner kept it simple with an \'omg.\' \'Yessssss .. This is so good!!!!!\' Kim Kardashian commented. \' Im crying,\' Kourtney posted. Khlo Kardashian said, \'Thats my girrrrlllllllll.\' Kris Jenner piped in with a \'Kenny this is WILD.\' And Scott Disick said what lots of people were thinking: \'And thats a wrap. Game over.\' I don't know y'all, Jenner's video is pretty impressive, but nothing can beat Mariah Carey's Bottle Cap Challenge video. She did it with the power of her voice!! She gave us humor. She gave us vocals. She gave us a winning video. I also have to give a shout out to Hailey Baldwin's Bottle Cap Challenge video. It's basically the same as Jenner's, except in the woods and not on water. Ahhh suki suki, indeed. Other celebs who have tried their hand at this challenge are Blake Shelton (who knocked his entire bottle of vodka to the floor), Lizzo (who hit the water bottle so hard, it splashed all over her friend's laptop), Diplo, and Ellie Goulding. But I have a feeling we're going to see a lot more of these Bottle Cap Challenge videos before the week is up. Good luck beating Mariah!'
At just 19 years old, Nor Diana, widely known by her ring name as Phoenix, is already making a name for herself not only for being a teenage professional wrestler, but also for being Malaysia’s – possibly even the world’s – first wrestler to wear a
'At just 19 years old, Nor Diana , widely known by her ring name as Phoenix, is already making a name for herself not only for being a teenage professional wrestler, but also for being Malaysia’s – possibly even the world’s – first wrestler to wear a hijab in the ring.Phoenix, who wore a luchador mask when she first entered the scene three years ago, was unmasked at last year’s MYPW Wrestlenation, Malaysia’s most prominent wrestling event for 2018, according to The Sun Daily . View this post on Instagram Although I lost my pride, this will not put out the flames of the burning passion in me for professional wrestling.This is the not the end.It’s a new beginning. . . . 📸 : @calvinalexi #prowrestling #wrestling #puroresu #womenswrestling #nordiana #mypw A post shared by Nor ‘Phoenix’ Diana (@nordianapw) on Dec 11, 2018 at 8:44am PST Then, at her first match since her unmasking at an SPW: Ladies Night (Singapore Wrestling) event, Phoenix told The Sun Daily that many people were ultimately surprised to see her show up without her mask on and that she was wearing a hijab. “When the name Phoenix was announced, some folks were surprised that I was unmasked, and that I was a hijab-wearing girl.I surprised a lot of people that day, and I have not worn a mask to wrestle since,” she said in the interview.View this post on Instagram 😡 A post shared by Nor ‘Phoenix’ Diana (@nordianapw) on Apr 22, 2019 at 2:55am PDT Her road to wrestling fame started when she was only 14 years old.It began with playing a lot of wrestling video games with her younger brother and escalated to her watching wresting TV shows. “At 15 I saw my first live WWE live event in KL at a convention,” she told the publication. “I then began looking online for wrestling and found MYPW (Malaysia Pro Wrestling) which was known as Persatuan Gusti Malaysia back then.I immediately decided to join them, to train with them, and follow my dream to become a pro wrestler.” Being one of only two female wrestlers under MYPW, Phoenix said that they didn’t treat her differently just because she is female and wears a hijab.She noted that they both train with other male wrestlers in the organization under their coach, Ayez Shaukat Fonseka. “Because they don’t treat me differently, I get to do the moves that I want to do, turn down moves that I can’t do, and I was encouraged to perform moves that I have no confidence in,” she said. “It is an excellent experience.” As for how she became known as Phoenix, the teenage wrestler said that her coach helped her come up with the persona after a rather surprising turn of events just before an upcoming show. “After just two months of training, I had to replace a wrestler at an event.I was so surprised because I had only just learned how to take a bump properly,” Phoenix said. “I had not developed a persona at that time.I didn’t even have an outfit.” “So I went to a bundle shop, got pants and a leather vest top to go with my undersuit,” she added. “But I still didn’t have an in-ring persona … and that’s when my coach said I should go with Phoenix.That’s also when he gave me a luchador mask to wear.” Many people were surprised when she first entered the scene due to her smaller body frame compared to other female wrestlers. “Not only I was an unexpected sight since I am relatively smaller than other wrestlers, but some didn’t even know if I was a boy or a girl … because of the mask and because I was fully covered, unlike conventional female wrestling gear that tend to be revealing.” View this post on Instagram AAAAAHHHHHH😫🤟🏼. #3YEARSOFPURORESU #Repost @darylwongmypw with @get_repost ・・・ 3 years ago on this date 21st November 2015 , me and @nordianapw started our first pro wrestling training back in Kampung Baru.Who knew we would still be standing after officially 3 years in pro wrestling.We made our debut together in MYPW Uprising and made our international debut in GPMAX Causeway Jam 💪🏻💪🏻 Heres to hopefully being able to tag with you in a match someday ❤️❤️❤️❤️ A post shared by Nor ‘Phoenix’ Diana (@nordianapw) on Nov 21, 2018 at 3:36am PST Her family and even her fellow wrestlers, meanwhile, were shocked at her persona, mainly her drastically different personality, when she enters the ring. “You see, I am usually a quiet person,” Phoenix said. “I’m not that outgoing or outspoken.But I love wrestling.Being in the wrestling ring just brings out the other side of me that no one has seen before.” Images via Instagram / nordianapw . The post Meet Malaysia’s First Hijab-Wearing Pro Wrestler appeared first on NextShark .'