I’ll be honest and say that I have no idea who the hell Ayesha Omar is. If someone told me that they were shooting their girlfriend in Miami, Florida and she is a local school teacher in Cleveland or some place. I would believe him, I mean why wouldn’t I. Because again I have no idea who Ayesha Omar is. When I saw this video I looked her up on Google to get a better idea who she is. And all I really saw was several photos of her and that she is from Pakistan and is a Pakistani actress. But from just seeing her in this video wants me to see more of her. Because she looks like someone who would make a very sexy beautiful biker chick and perhaps could do a lot more. So hopefully I’ll get to see more of her in the future.
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“To me Ali-Frazier 1 from 1971, the fight that was not only for the World Heavyweight Championship of boxing, was the boxing Super Bowl o…”
To me Ali-Frazier 1 from 1971, the fight that was not only for the World Heavyweight Championship of boxing, was the boxing Super Bowl of the 1970s. But it was also the start of I believe the best heavyweight rivalry at least of the 1970s, by perhaps the two best boxers of this generation, and it really was the closest thing to a Super Bowl that boxing has ever come. If you consider where the event was which was at Madison Square Garden in New York and all of the people who saw this event, this was huge for not only the two boxers in this event, but also for boxing itself.