(Source) “During the New York Comic Con over the weekend, actor Jason David Frank (who stared as the green Power Ranger on the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers series) was asked about his challenge made to CM Punk this past July to have an MMA fight. Here is what he had to say…
“Let’s get that going. I love CM Punk, he’s a really nice guy. But he did say in his panel that he would fight me and you can’t say that in the fighting world if you don’t mean that you’d fight me. Let’s get a contract going!”
Frank has fought four times in amateur mixed martial arts, going undefeated at 4-0. He is also undefeated at 1-0 in pro MMA.”
Oh I like this. In any hypothetical wrestling situation I usually take CM Punk, but now that the green Power Ranger is involved, I might have to rethink that strategy. Apparently the green Power Ranger (real name Jason David Frank) is a legitimate MMA fighter and martial artist (yawn). Any three first named person can be an MMA fighter, but only the best of the best can fake wrestle. I say we scrap the MMA idea and get JDF on WWE Raw tonight. Build a superpower feud that culminates at Wrestlemania XXX. If there’s one person who can sell a match between a straight edge fake wrestler and an actual power ranger, it’s Vince McMahon. If I’m Vince, I only include one stipulation this match: Jason has to wear the green Power Ranger costume at all times. If that doesn’t get you 1 million pay per view buys then I don’t know what will.
P.S. This HAS to be his entrance theme. I’ve never convinced myself of something so quickly in my life.
If a normal picture is worth 1 thousand words, then this is worth 1 millions word. In case you are a bit slow this weekend the guy in the middle of Fred and George Weasley is Jason David Frank (JDF). Still not realizing the magnitude of this picture? Jason David Frank happens to be Tommy from the Power Rangers TV show and Movies (White/Green Ranger).
I can barely catch a pop fly as it is, the last thing I need is skydivers smashing into me while i’m playing right center. This has to be a planned attack, right? A trained skydiver* is supposed to have perfect control over his landing; no way he hits a guy with all that open real-estate in the outfield . This “skydiver” must have beat up the real skydiver, took his clothes and parachute, and did a rogue jump aiming for this defenseless ball player. Some kind of James Bond shit if you ask me. I will never look at the skies the same way again while i’m playing softball.
PSS- I tried finding a picture of Tommy from the Power Rangers Movie with his sky board for this, but Google images let me down…again.