That’s right, in Michael Bay’s constant pursuit to ruin our treasured childhood memories he’s found yet another target: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It doesn’t take a mathematician to know the story of the turtles: four baby turtles get caught up in a batch of radioactive mutagen only to be transformed into human-like creatures trained by a wise rodent martial artist named ‘Splinter.’ Yeah, well Michael Bay is going to blissfully urinate on that story with his 2014 film entitled ‘Ninja Turtles.’
In the universe that he haphazardly weaved, the turtles never encountered a batch of mutagen. According to the official brief synopsis, aliens invade earth a spawn four mutated reptile warriors that rise up against their alien creators and defend Earth. If you listen real close you can hear Michael Bay laughing at what you held sacred when you were a kid.
None of this has anything to do with Bjorn Rebney — unless he’s in cahoots with Michael Bay. In which case, we would be happy to boycott Bellator and everything it stood for. Thus far there has been no evidence presented that Bjorn wants to ruin another 80s franchise — so we’re cool, Rebney.
In an interview with FightHub TV, Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney was asked if the price is right would he sell Bellator to UFC. This is what he said:
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