Throughout most of college, I felt high before I watched a movie — but it was for an entirely different reason than Gina Carano. See, Gina and I are the same age, so on some cognitive level it feels like the probability for both of us to date is relatively high. We’re from the same generation, we’ve both tripped over the Nintendo controller when our friend was moments away from defeating Dr. Wlley in Mega Man 2. In that, we share a common bond. A bond that needs to be expressed through her buying me gifts on Valentine’s Day.
Most of you are reading this article because you either are: Are fans of Gina Carano, or erroneously arrived at this article from a Google search that included the words ‘Hay’ and ‘High’ in the same sentence. Regardless, Carano talks about how it was filming the movie Haywire in this interview with BlackBookMag.com.
“When I’m training for a fight, I beat myself up all day long. Filming a movie was draining in such a different way. Every day I woke up and was on some sort of adrenaline rush—I always felt high. I got home after this incredible, life-changing experience, and had to think about who I was, I knew I had to go back to fighting.”
The article continues to report that Gina Carano will be returning to the cage on June 18th. Unfortunately, this cannot be further from the truth. Seeing Carano compete at the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand-Prix would have been my first time witnessing ‘Conviction’, instead I will have to settle for this guy stripping barely naked and stepping on the cage. [Source]