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Even at 66, Arnold Schwarzenegger is not a guy you should mess with.
Once the toughest action hero of the ’80s and ’90s, Arnie proved that he still has what it takes when he took the ring with Hulk Hogan and True Blood star Joe Manganiello for WWE’s Monday Night Raw.
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The triumphant trio had an angry face-off with wrestler and WWE announcer The Miz, who kept telling them that they “didn’t belong” in the ring in front of thousands of screaming fans.
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Manganiello proved him wrong by clocking the antagonist, while the former governor of California threw in a right hook for good measure.
The action stars will next be seen together on the big screen in Sabotage, which tells the story of a DEA agent (Schwarzenegger) who must defend himself from drug cartel assassins after they bust a safe house and steal from it. Manganiello plays Joe “Grinder” Phillips, and Josh Holloway, Sam Worthington and Terrence Howard also star. Presented by Open Road Films, Sabotage opens on March 28.
Also on Monday, Schwarzenegger showed off his comedy skills with Jimmy Fallon in a video spoof of the QVC shopping network touting kitchen products.
As The Tonight Show host tried to sell the skills of a blender, action star Schwarzenegger got increasingly agitated and kept yelling, “Let’s get to the chopper!” — an imitation of his iconic line from the 1987 sci-fi hit Predator. In the end, Schwarzenegger lost his cool, flipping over a table full of fruit before promising, “I’ll be back!”
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