PAIGE VANZANT SNAPS HER ARM WITH A VICIOUS SPINNING BACK FIST DURING UFC FIGHT - CONTINUES TO BRAWL DESPITE THE INJURY

PAIGE VANZANT SNAPS HER ARM WITH A VICIOUS SPINNING BACK FIST DURING UFC FIGHT - CONTINUES TO BRAWL DESPITE THE INJURY

“Well… I broke my arm in the first! I was able to finish the fight but as you can see, had a hard recovering and throwing my right. I’ll be back better and stronger than ever! It’s all apart of the fight game. God had other plans for me. Darn spinning back fist.” – @PaigeVanZant.

 


INSTANT KARMA - NOTHING IS MORE SATISFYING THAN PROTECTING YOUR TEAMMATE AFTER A DIRTY HIT

INSTANT KARMA - NOTHING IS MORE SATISFYING THAN PROTECTING YOUR TEAMMATE AFTER A DIRTY HIT

You want to be a dirty player, exspect dirty prizes. These players has no choice but the instantly get payback when one of their teammates got whaled!

 

 


BOXING IN RURAL AMERICA IS GOING MAINSTREAM - MEN & WOMEN WITH MINIMAL TRAINING STEP INTO THE RING TO WIN $1000

 

BOXING IN RURAL AMERICA IS GOING MAINSTREAM - MEN & WOMEN WITH MINIMAL TRAINING STEP INTO THE RING TO WIN $1000

Rough N Rowdy offers local hopefuls, most with limited skills and little training, the chance to win $1,000 and make a name for themselves in the boxing ring.

 


Handball Penalty Takes An Unexpected — And Extremely Athletic — Turn

Handball Penalty Takes An Unexpected — And Extremely Athletic — Turn

 In handball, you can't score with your feet touching the semicircle around the goal. That doesn't mean the ball can't be in that area though.

 


THE BEST OF 2017 - INSANE COMPILATION OF MIXED MARTIAL ARTS MOST MERCILESS MOMENTS

 

THE BEST OF 2017 - INSANE COMPILATION OF MIXED MARTIAL ARTS MOST MERCILESS MOMENTS

Many belts changed hands and many more dreams were shattered. 2017 was a mega year in the cage, where new superstars raised through the ranks, creating spectacular moments along the way.

 


All 50 Of Mike Tyson's Knockouts

All 50 Of Mike Tyson's Knockouts

As if his freight train of a fist wasn't devastating enough, it looked like he connected with his forearm and elbows often.

 


The Best Spinning Knock Out Kick You Will See Today

The Best Spinning Knock Out Kick You Will See Today

The fact that he sat there and watched him do a whole 720 then got kicked in the face afterwards should be enough for dude to quit kick boxing

 


College Player Dunks Back His Own Missed Dunk, Gets Called For A Technical

College Player Dunks Back His Own Missed Dunk, Gets Called For A Technical

Putback dunks are cool. A putback dunk on your own missed dunk? Also pretty cool. Unfortunately, it's also against the rules to hang on the rim.


Soccer Player Rips His Opponent's Soul Out Of His Body With Unorthodox Move

Soccer Player Rips His Opponent's Soul Out Of His Body With Unorthodox Move

In the midst of SB Nation writer Zito Madu's lengthy Twitter thread of killer nutmegs, another user dropped in to offer something new: it's not a nutmeg, but it may be even more devastating:

 

Just brutal.

For us, this move ranks up there with this nutmeg by Tottenham's Erik Lamela in terms of how utterly defeated the defender is — left to shamble off the field with their tail between their legs:

 


NHL SUICIDE PASSES! – FEEL YOUR BONES RATTLE AND ENJOY A THREE DAY HEADACHE AFTER WATCHING THESE PLAYERS GET HIT

 

NHL SUICIDE PASSES! – FEEL YOUR BONES RATTLE AND ENJOY A THREE DAY HEADACHE AFTER WATCHING THESE PLAYERS GET HIT

A suicide pass is when a player passes the puck to a teammate, but miscalculates his speed and puts the pass slightly behind him. This makes the receiver of the pass turn his head to try and catch the pass and leaves him open to a check that will destroy his spine.


Player Shouts "Fuck Trump" Before College Football Game

Player Shouts "Fuck Trump" Before College Football Game

 


 

 

President Trump was greeted with a mixture of cheers and boos when he took to the field in Atlanta before the College Football Playoff National Championship between Alabama and Georgia Monday night—and one Alabama player did more than boo. The players were kept in the locker room, as is usual for college football games, while Trump took to the field for the anthem, but a Crimson Tide player could be heard yelling "F--- Trump" in the tunnel moments before the game, USA Today reports. The player was initially identified as running back Bo Scarborough, though the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that in video from the tunnel, it isn't clear which player shouted the expletive.

Trump watched the game from a private box overlooking the Alabama sideline and departed the Mercedes-Benz Stadium at halftime. Earlier Monday, Trump spoke about anthem protests. "We want our flag respected and we want our national anthem respected also," he said during a speech in Nashville. On the field in Atlanta, Trump sang a few words as Georgia's Zac Brown Band and a gospel choir performed the national anthem, though he appeared to mouth the wrong words as the choir sang "at the twilight's last gleaming," according to the New York Daily News. Alabama went on to beat Georgia 26-23 in overtime.

 

 


Hockey Player Joe Thornton Got Part Of His Beard Torn Out During Match

Hockey Player Joe Thornton Got Part Of His Beard Torn Out During Match

I’ve never been one for playing contact sports, but watching hockey fights is a classic American pastime. They can get pretty brutal, but I’ve still never seen anything like this.

I mean, have you ever seen someone’s beard get ripped out during a hockey fight?

Joe Thornton has.

During the opening faceoff of the Sharks game against the Maple Leafs on Thursday night, Thornton exchanged multiple slashes with Toronto’s Nazem Kadri. The two were kicked out of the circle and decided to settle their differences by dropping their gloves almost immediately after the puck hit the ice.

Kadri went to grab Thorton’s jersey but inadvertently got a handful of beard, and it wasn’t just the two men who ended up falling on the ice after exchanging blows.
https://youtu.be/15LTMd5MvLM


GRAPHIC CONTENT – WATCH THE CRASH THAT LEFT SNOWBOARDER SHAUN WHITE WITH 62 STITCHES IN HIS FACE

GRAPHIC CONTENT – WATCH THE CRASH THAT LEFT SNOWBOARDER SHAUN WHITE WITH 62 STITCHES IN HIS FACE

Shaun White is riding for Olympic gold, maybe for the last time. It’s been four years since he finished fourth at the Winter Games in Sochi, four long years waiting for a chance to prove himself again in what could possibly be his final Winter Olympic Games.


NHL Great Fan Interactions

NHL Great Fan Interactions

It’s cool that hockey fans have the respect to catch souvenirs not intended for them and give to the kid they were intended for. So many times in baseball a player will throw a ball to a kid and some grown ass man will fight them for it. Often times taking it from them and leaving like they accomplished something. In hockey, even fans from the other team will catch a stick or puck from a player and then willfully give it to the kid. That’s pretty cool in and of itself.

 


The Red Shamrocks NFL Wild Card Weekend Picks

The Red Shamrocks NFL Wild Card Weekend Picks

The Red Shamrock is thankful that the NFL regular season is over. He goes opposite his thinking for his playoff picks for this weekend. Be sure to listen to the season 5 premier of the 80/20 Movie Show on Sunday, January 7th.


Top 5 All-Time Great Inter-Generational Wrestling Showdowns

Top 5 All-Time Great Inter-Generational Wrestling Showdowns

The last time Chris Jericho competed for a promotion other than WWE, he was a 26-year-old Canadian cruiserweight from Winnipeg, Manitoba making waves in WCW with cocky promos and signature submissions. At that same juncture in 1999, Kenny Omega (a.k.a. Tyson Smith) was a hockey-playing, wrestling-loving Canuck teen in the suburban town of Transcona just outside – you guessed it – Winnipeg, Manitoba. National bragging rights will certainly be on the line when the two improbably meet at New Japan Wrestling’s show of shows, Wrestle Kingdom, this coming January 4th in Tokyo.

The blockbuster bout, which was announcedearlier this month, also represents the latest in a continuum of sports-entertainment clashes that pit an archetypal icon (Jericho) against a younger competitor in the prime of his ability and popularity (Omega). Part dream match, part passing of the torch, Y2J vs. The Cleaner has all the makings of a May-September pairing from heaven, and if history is any guide, it should coast into instant-classic status. For proof, here's a select handful of similar inter-generational showdowns featuring opponents at least a decade apart in age (with competitors' ages at the timeoted) that remain streaming favorites and set the bar Jericho and Omega hope to raise.

The Clash: Hulk Hogan (48) vs. The Rock (30)

The Setting: WrestleMania X8, March 17, 2002, Toronto
Signature Moment(s): Opening-bell stare down, Hogan flexing and rousing the crowd with his signature ear cup after exchanging requisite sportsmanship handshake with The Rock and fending off assault from his nWo stable mates.
The Victor: The Rock

The Clash: Terry Funk (50) vs. Cactus Jack (29)

The Setting: International Wrestling Association Duel of the Wilds, January 8, 1995, Saitama, Japan
Signature Moment(s): Terry Funk getting tossed into a corner table booby-trapped with barbed wire and explosives comes to mind, though Foley – inscrutable behind a crimson mask – delivering an elbow drop off the top of a ladder has a certain lasting, brutal inelegance.
The Victor: Cactus Jack

The Clash: The Undertaker (37) vs. Jeff Hardy (24)

The Setting: Monday Night RAW, July 1, 2002, Manchester, NH
Signature Moment(s): Hardy springboarding off a prone ladder over the top rope onto 'Taker, a defeated Hardy doing his best Elton John by wheezing, "I'm still standing," 'Taker raising his young opponent's arm in approval-sealing disbelief.
The Victor: The Undertaker

The Clash: Ric Flair (39) vs. Sting (29)

The Setting: WCW Clash of the Champions, March 27, 1988, Greensboro, NC
Signature Moment(s): Flair stumbling midway through his trademark "up and over" and tumbling to the outside, Flair refusing to submit to the Scorpion Death Lock as time expired, Wonder Years teen star/Eric Bischoff's future business partner Jason Hervey looking on flustered from the judges' table.
The Victor: Draw (Ric Flair retains World Heavyweight Championship)

The Clash: Shawn Michaels (41) vs. John Cena (29)

The Setting: WrestleMania 23, April 1, 2007, Detroit
Signature Moment(s): A bloodied Michaels pile-driving Cena onto the ringside steps, an in-agony Michaels relenting to the STF, a prideful Michaels refusing Cena's patronizing good-sportsman handshake.
The Victor: John Cena

 


Collection Of The Best Table Tennis Points Of 2017

Collection Of The Best Table Tennis Points Of 2017

Every point is thrilling, but we also didn't realize just how into it table tennis announcers get.


It's Fishing Season Somewhere (40 Pics)

A BIG FAT HAT TIP TO ZEEBEEDEE FOR THIS POST

It's Fishing Season Somewhere (40 Pics)

 


Conor McGregor Sends ‘Death Threat’ To Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor Sends ‘Death Threat’ To Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor has seemingly reignited his ‘feud’ with boxer Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather after posting a tweet about a ‘funeral home’.

UFC star McGregor was beaten by Mayweather in their much-hyped boxing match in Las Vegas back in August last year and since, there’ve been plenty of rumours in regards to a rematch, this time though, in an MMA fight.

It’s not actually clear what he meant by his tweet, which reads:

Shin bone to the cheek bone. The rule set kept you out the funeral home.

 

 

https://twitter.com/TheNotoriousMMA/status/947853115910508545

 

In December, it was reported Mayweather was apparently in talks with the UFC about a huge – and very real – fight in the Octagon.

UFC President, Dana White, has described this exciting, yet unprecedented prospect, as being a ‘realistic possibility.’

Talking with ESPN, White revealed:

We’re talking to Floyd about doing a UFC deal. It’s real. He was talking about [boxing] Conor McGregor. Was that real?

Have you heard Floyd talk about many things that aren’t real? He usually tips his hand when he’s in the media and then that sh*t ends up happening.

We’re interested in doing something with Floyd. Everything is a realistic possibility. Mayweather vs. McGregor f*cking happened.

Anything is possible!

 

 

https://twitter.com/TeamFA/status/943437826074427392

 

 

At the beginning of December, Mayweather strongly hinted about the possibility of him returning to combat sports through a Fight Hype video, saying:

They just called me not too long ago and asked me to come back.

I can come right back. If I wanted to, I can come right back to the UFC. I can go fight in the Octagon. I can do a three – or four-fight deal in the Octagon and make a billion dollars.

Remember, I’m Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather.

You have to applaud his confidence!

Many didn’t take the vid too seriously, but now it seems this could be much more than just bragging?

Watch the video here:

McGregor was on social media a matter of hours before his latest tweet, where he revealed he spent his New Year’s Eve ‘shaking in bed’ after ‘one of the most intense few days’ he’s gone through.

The reason the fighter spent the end of the year in bed is because he, along with half his family, have been struck down with the Australian Flu Virus.

So instead of partying hard in true McGregor style, he posted a reflective Instagram post – which he has since deleted – before saying he’s ‘sharper and faster’.

He wrote:

Well that was a wild New Year’s Eve. Half the family hit with the Australian flu virus and some even left in hospital with it. I’ve never even been to Australia wtf.

One of the most intense few days I’ve gone thru. Big New Year’s Eve party cancelled at the last minute and I am left shaking in bed the past two days. I’ll leave that with the rest of the bad behind me in 2017 and take with me the many great experiences I’ve had this year!

None greater than the birth of my son Conor Jr. and the continued support of my family, my friends and my dedicated staff through thick and thin.

Thank you all and Happy new year to everyone!

2018 I may go back to the back pages instead of the front pages again but I have a feeling these journalists now just want me in the obituary pages so we shall see.

I will be ready for whatever comes.  Be sharp and be fast this year because I am sharper and I am faster. God bless you all and Happy New Year!


Indianapolis Colts Fans Offended By Anthem Kneeling Could Get Refunds Under New Law Proposal

Indianapolis Colts Fans Offended By Anthem Kneeling Could Get Refunds Under New Law Proposal

An Indiana lawmaker is filing legislation that would require the Indianapolis Colts to offer fans refunds if Colts players kneel during the national anthem at home games. The bill would allow fans who feel disrespected by the kneeling to ask for a refund during the first quarter.


NHL Best Penalty Box Moments

NHL Best Penalty Box Moments

NHL Arena malfunctions.


Monster Jam's Top Moments Of 2017

 

Monster Jam's Top Moments Of 2017

Monster Jam® is the world's largest and most famous monster truck tour where world-class drivers compete in front of capacity crowds in racing and freestyle competitions. Monster Jam features some of the biggest names including Grave Digger®, Max-D™, Monster Mutt®, El Toro Loco®, Mohawk Warrior® and more thrill fans with jaw-dropping displays of gravity-defying feats.

 


Top 10 Most Shocking Boxing Scandals Of 2017

Top 10 Most Shocking Boxing Scandals Of 2017

2017 has been one of the best, but craziest years of boxing I've ever seen.

 


BRAZILIAN HEAVYWEIGHT FIGHTER GABI GARCIA MISSED WEIGHT FOR A BOUT BY 28LBS, AND HER 53-YEAR-OLD JAPANESE OPPONENT SHINOBU KANDORI WENT OFF

BRAZILIAN HEAVYWEIGHT FIGHTER GABI GARCIA MISSED WEIGHT FOR A BOUT BY 28LBS, AND HER 53-YEAR-OLD JAPANESE OPPONENT SHINOBU KANDORI WENT OFF

The Rizin FF fight between women’s heavyweight Gabi Garcia and 53-year-old pro wrestler-turned-politician Shinobu Kandori was already a strange one, but things got weirder at Thursday morning’s weigh-in. Garcia posted one of the worst weigh-in misses of all time in a major MMA promotion, tipping the scale at 237 pounds, 28 pounds over the 209-pound weight limit.


BMX Front Flip Goes Wrong

BMX Front Flip Goes Wrong

BMX Front Flip goes wrong, almost horrifically, ending with rider on one side, bike on the other, stuck on the top of the spiked security fence.
2nd angle at https://youtu.be/3p77P7scEL0 with cursing

 


The Red Shamrock's Week 17 NFL Picks

The Red Shamrock's Week 17 NFL Picks


Of course The RedShamrock is colder than an ice cube headed into week 17 of the NFL season. Be sure to fade this week's picks and stick around for the playoffs so he can embarrass himself for two more months. Be sure to listen to the best of The 80/20 Movie Show this Sunday and Big Fat Winners on your preferred podcasting platform.



LANGUAGE QUIZ / COMMON SAYINGS: MISSING 'I' WORDS

LANGUAGE QUIZ / COMMON SAYINGS: MISSING 'I' WORDS

Can you pick the 'I' words that complete these idioms, sayings and phrases?



30 OF THE BEST JETSKI FREERIDE ATHLETES GATHER TO SHOWCASE THEIR BEST FLIPS AND TRICKS

30 OF THE BEST JETSKI FREERIDE ATHLETES GATHER TO SHOWCASE THEIR BEST FLIPS AND TRICKS

The inaugural Monster Energy Freeride Series was held at Playa El Palmar in Ixtapa Zihuatanejo. Thirty of the best Jetski Freeride athletes gathered to showcase their best flips and flairs for the first time in Mexican waters.


Mia Khalifa Gets Confronted By Former WWE Diva After Comments

Mia Khalifa Gets Confronted By Former WWE Diva After Comments

I did a little research on this wrestler and I don’t know who would win in a fight here. Mia or Eva… I would pay to watch it 1. and 2. pay double if it was in mud or Jell-O.

Former porn star Mia Khalifa has been slammed by WWE ace Eva Marie after she branded women’s wrestling “embarrassing”.

Sports fan Khalifa spoke out as Ronda Rousey looks set to make switch from UFC to WWE, insisting she had no respect for the sport.

However, Marie has hit back at Khalifa.

She says: “You have to put your body through a lot of physicality with wrestling.

“You’re saying you think it’s fake, however when you get in the ring, you’re really taking those bumps.

“Then when it comes to acting, you’re trying to get out of yourself and be a whole other person, which also helps with WWE, too, because you’re playing a character at the end of the day.

“Some moves are choreographed, so like you’ll go over your finish, whoever’s going to win or lose because that’s predetermined.

“However, when you’re in there, usually you’re just going toe-to-toe.

The uploader of the video wrote: Mia Khalifa gets told the Truth and Real about WWE and it’s not just choreographed and it’s more then UFC and Acting. MIA KHALIFA SHUTS UP!!!!!

Check out the video below:

Here is another video which is a “vlog” from the day this all went down:


Does This Boxer Have A Sixth Sense!?

Does This Boxer Have A Sixth Sense!?

Boxing Legends TV's recap this week takes another look at rising matrix boxer 'Pretty Boy' Josh Kelly, does he have a sixth sense?

 


TOP 10 BEST BOXERS UP AND COMING IN 2018

TOP 10 BEST BOXERS UP AND COMING IN 2018

Boxing Legends TV counts down the top 10 best boxers pound for pound heading into 2018. The usual suspects like Vasyl Lomachenko and Gennady Golovkin made it, but some boxers on here might be surprising.


Female Panthers Fan Goes Viral After Skipping Line To Pee In Men’s Urinal

Female Panthers Fan Goes Viral After Skipping Line To Pee In Men’s Urinal

Another day another girl using their brain. The lines for the ladies room are always out of control. Now we got this genius who weirdly picked a urinal and had her guy friend film her doing it.

Now the video has been seen over 2 million times in just a few dayy.

NFL fans have a reputation of getting absolutely blasted and doing insane things, including finding new and innovative ways and places to empty one’s bladder. This weekend’s Panthers game is no different.

At some point during the contest, this brazen female Panthers fan just couldn’t take waiting in the line to the women’s room, and decided to make her way to the men’s room — normal enough if she really had to go and use the stall or something like that.

But she took it to a whole new level…

This isn’t the first time we have seen someone use the mens room for a quick leak:

Sometimes when you gotta go… You GOTTA GO! The line for the lady’s room was just way too long so this girl found a way to get the pee out of her system the quickest way possible.

According to NYPost: The cheeky blonde took advantage of a golden opportunity to pee at a men’s urinal Sunday — holding up her beer while flanked by two male co-relievers.

Clad in a pink top and light blue shorts that she dropped to her knees, the woman was captured on video as she held the wall for balance — and took one giant leak for womankind.

It’s hilarious that she’s going for a high-five with the dude while he’s mid-stream

The footage from Hard Rock Stadium during the game against the Jets was posted on Instagram by the football podcast laceoutshow, along with the caption: “Miami is officially a football town, FOLKS.”

The pee posting made quite a splash — receiving more than 65,000 views and a stream of mostly positive comments.

“Well, you know how long the line is for the woman’s bathroom. At least she didn’t drop her beer that would have been a travesty!” retiredmsg wrote.

“At $16 a beer, I respect her holding that beer in the air! LOL,” posted Hcaines24.

Peanuts_dad simply said of the unidentified woman: “Shes a keeper.”

https://www.instagram.com/p/BamTZ1DDHaE/


10 Professional Wrestling Events That Went Horribly Awry

10 Professional Wrestling Events That Went Horribly Awry

Professional wrestling might have predetermined results, but those results only matter if the wrestlers in the ring agree to actually follow the script. As you are about to learn, that isn’t always the case. Whether it ends up being a stiff shot to remind a rival wrestler about the behind the scenes pecking order, an overly enthusiastic chair shot to the head, or a downright attempt on another wrestler’s life. Anything can happen once the script goes out the window, and the results can be disastrous.

This list depicts some pretty extreme and graphic violence against both male and female wrestlers. If you are uncomfortable with that, now would be the time to look away.

 

10 The Stardom Incident

Known as the ghastly match in Japan, Act Yasukawa vs. Yoshiko was supposed to be a main event title match for the Japanese women’s wrestling brand Stardom. Instead, it ended up making national news and costing one of the wrestler’s their career. Early on in the match the much smaller Act seemingly catches Yoshiko with a real punch to the face, to which Yoshiko then responds with a series of very serious punches to Act. Then it pretty much devolves into a horror show as Act gets her face smashed up.

When the fight was finally broken up, Act had suffered a broken cheekbone, fractured orbital bone, and a smashed nose which required immediate surgery. Her injuries ultimately forced her into retirement, and it became mandatory for medical personnel to be present at every match following it.[1]For her role in the fight, Yoshiko was banned indefinitely from Stardom but has had virtually no issue getting work with the country’s other wrestling brands.

9 Mick Foley Gets Hit in the Head with a Chair Eleven Times

In 2010 the WWE completely banned the use of direct chair shots to the head in an effort to lessen the chance of their performers receiving concussions and possible brain damage.[2] Unfortunately for Mick Foley, he was about eleven years too early for this rule to affect him, which is kind of funny in a horrible way as that is the exact number of unprotected chair shots to the head he took in a row in a single match with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Foley had originally agreed to take five shots to the head while the two wrestlers went from one area of the arena to another, but it took eleven blows in total as the pair struggled to make it to the agreed upon spot. Mick Foley suffered a horrible gash on the top of his head that bled profusely, all while his wife and young children sat in the audience and watched on in horror. After the show, Mick Foley only needed stitches, but it was the beginning of the end for the hardcore wrestler as he started to have noticeable issues with his memory.

 

8 Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle Nearly Gets Arm Broken

In an attempt to catch the reality TV audience that was so popular in the early 2000s, the WWE launched their Tough Enough project where a group of would-be wrestlers competed in different challenges live on TV in the hopes of getting a million dollar contract.[3] One such challenge saw the contestants facing Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle in a shoot-style wrestling match. Unfortunately for Kurt, one of the contestants was Daniel Pruder, a trained MMA fighter.

Pruder got Kurt into a kimura lock, bending his arm painfully backward. Seeing that things clearly were not going the way they expected, and knowing they could not let their star lose on live television, WWE officials quickly called the match in Kurt’s favor, claiming he had pinned Pruder during the lock. Both wrestlers tell wildly different stories of what really happened that night, but even the official who called the pin claims that it was done to save Kurt Angle’s arm and pride.

7 Big Van Vader Loses an Eye, Puts It Back In

Big Van Vader was a wrestler of massive proportions who had a tendency to strike his opponents with real punches every once in a while. It just so happened his opponent Stan Hansen was also a giant man who had a habit of doing the exact same thing. When they faced each other in 1990, the two men started out swinging at each other with all they had in them with Vader seemingly getting the upper hand until suddenly reeling back in shock and pulling off his mask, revealing to the horrified world that his eye had fallen out.

While you would assume the match would end there, Vader instead decided to push his own eye back into his head and went right back to swinging like a madman, only pausing every once in a while to push his eye back in as it kept popping out while he was being hit. This continued on for an agonizing twelve minutes until the match finally came to a natural finish. Vader required surgery to save his eye.[4]

6 Wrestler Pulls off His Mask, Nearly Gets His Neck Snapped

For some wrestlers, there is nothing more sacred than their mask. One such wrestler by the name of El Santo was so serious about his mask that he had to travel from country to country in secret and had special arraignments with different countries just to keep his coworkers from seeing his face when going through customs. Only once in his career did he remove his mask on television, and it happened just days before his death from a heart attack. With that in mind, let’s talk about Dirtbike Kid.

Facing the Great Sasuke in a loser takes off his mask match, the Dirtbike Kid decided to remove his main mask before the match even started, completely ruining any stakes the show had built up.[5] He then refused to react to any of Sasuke’s fake attacks until finally, his already frustrated opponent began assaulting him for real. By the time Dirtbike Kid realized what was happening, Sasuke had locked him in a neck wrench choke that was so violent you can hear Dirtbike Kid screaming in pain as it was applied. Sasuke was quickly declared the winner as Dirtbike Kid faded into retirement.

 

5 Audience Member Whips a Nine-Volt Battery at Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels may be an iconic name in wrestling nowadays, but back in the 90s he was considered a bit of a primadonna. It was the lead up to Wrestlemania 14, and Shawn Michaels was scheduled to lose the title belt to Steve Austin, a decision he did not like in the least. The showrunners were so worried that Shawn would refuse to work the match that the veteran wrestler The Undertaker was said to have been on call to “convince” him to do his job.[6]

While Shawn did eventually agree to lose the title, it almost all came crashing down during the filming of a promotional video when a fan in the audience chucked a nine-volt battery into the ring, and it hit Shawn square on his forehead. Shawn, already upset about having to lose, simply got out of the ring and walked out of the arena leaving everyone to wonder if that was the end. When the time came to finally do the job, Shawn Michaels delivered, but a battery almost ruined a multi-million dollar budget show.

4 Asuka Purposefully Has the Most Uncomfortable Match Ever

It was a mixed tag team match featuring Asuka and Naomichi going up against Meiko and Suzuki, and everything was seemingly going as planned until the female wrestler Asuka got into the ring with her longtime idol, the male wrestler Minoru Suzuki. Suzuki opened up with a horrible sounding headbutt and then immediately set to work punching and kicking Asuka in ways that did not look fake in any way. The other wrestlers in the match, including Suzuki’s partner, tried multiple times to get him to stop, but he just kept going until finally pinning Asuka to end the match.

While it all seemed pointlessly brutal and unprovoked, Asuka was actually the one who set up the beating with Suzuki in the first place. Suzuki was well known for working stiff with people, and Asuka loved his style, so much so that she incorporated his fighting style into her own when she was first starting out. Asuka personally asked him not to hold back in their match and to give it his all, no matter how bad it might have been. To Asuka’s delight, and to the horror of the viewers, he didn’t.[7]

3 Wendi Richter Gets Cheated by the Company

Wendi Richter might not be as well remembered as the likes of Hulk Hogan or the Fabulous Moolah, but back in the 1980s she was one of the top female wrestlers in the business, and as the women’s champion, she was practically assured a good pay increase during contract renewal negotiations. That was until she was booked to wrestle a match against a mysterious newcomer named the Spider Lady that she had never met or heard of previously.[8]

Even the announcers were confused when the Spider Lady finally arrived as it was clearly the Fabulous Moolah just wearing a mask. Despite this odd scenario, Wendi Richter was told she would win the match and not to worry. To her surprise, Moolah rolled her up into a pin and was immediately declared the winner and new champion despite Wendi kicking out and trying to continue the match. Realizing what had happened, Wendi tried to keep the show going by taking the belt and refusing to hand it over. Wendi did not get her new contract. In fact, she never wrestled for the WWE again, only appearing decades later to be inducted into the WWE hall of fame.

2 Katsuyori Shibata’s Life-Changing Headbutt

Nobody wins with a headbutt, and unfortunately, Katsuyori Shibata had to learn that the hard way. Like a lot of Japanese wrestlers, Shibata was a hard-hitting madman who performed his signature headbutt multiple times without issue, despite the horrible sound the hit made each time. All of that changed on the night he faced Kazuchika Okada for the NJPW promotion. As the two men hit each other with real blow after real blow, Shibata leaned back and cracked Okada with a headbutt, busting open his own head and unknowingly giving himself a subdural hematoma in the process.[9]

As the minutes passed by and Shibata’s brain bled he slowly became paralyzed on his right side, losing the ability to walk. The match continued on as Shibata lost more motor functions and the ability to speak until Okada finally gave him one last huge hit and pinned him. Shibata, being ever the showman, attempted to walk out of the arena after his loss but collapsed before he could make it out. After multiple emergency surgeries and months of work to save his life, Shibata eventually learned to walk and speak again. He later appeared at an NJPW show to announce he was somehow still alive.

1 Owen Hart Falls to His Death During Pay-Per-View

Considering the dangers that wrestlers put themselves through day in and day out for years on end, it is actually quite surprising that so few performers die while doing it. As rare as it is, unfortunately, it does happen though, and on the night of the WWE’s Over the Edge pay-per-view in 1999, Owen Hart paid the ultimate price for his career in a stunt that went horribly awry.[10]

At the time of the incident, Owen Hart was playing a character known as the Blue Blazer, a superhero type character that was played up for laughs in his appearances. Owen was supposed to be lowered from the rafters in a harness that he would detach from so he could face plant into the ring, similar to a stunt he had pulled previously. But something went wrong, and Owen was prematurely detached from his safety equipment while still nearly 80 feet in the air.

He reportedly fell chest first into the ropes which launched him into the ring in front of everyone in attendance. He was quickly removed and rushed away by medical personnel as the show continued on without him as the audience looked on in shocked silence. It was announced shortly after to those watching that Owen had died from the fall. The Hart family sued the WWE for Owen’s death and settled out of court. The pay-per-view was not shown again until fifteen years later. It was heavily edited to remove the moments where Owen fell.

 


The Red Shamrock's Week 16 NFL Picks

The Red Shamrock's Week 16 NFL Picks
Luck has not been kind to The Red Shamrock this year, but he is wishing all a Happy Holiday's with his week 16 NFL picks!

Last Week: 4-9-3 (0.344)

Season: 96-113-10 (0.461)

 


A**HOLE MMA FIGHTER KNOCKS HIS OPPONENT OUT THEN THE HERO REFEREE SAVES THE DAY

A**HOLE MMA FIGHTER KNOCKS HIS OPPONENT OUT THEN THE HERO REFEREE SAVES THE DAY

If you can’t control yourself better than this, then you have proven you have no business competing in a professional sport. Should be brought up on battery charges. Bout agreements and fight contracts were fulfilled when the ref stopped the fight, everything afterwards was criminal.


Best Sports Bloopers Of 2017

Best Sports Bloopers Of 2017

From bad flops to missed goals, watching sports bloopers never get old.


5 Best Knockouts By Mike Tyson

 

5 Best Knockouts By Mike Tyson

He was an absolute beast in his prime.

 


Muay Thai Boxer Suffers Brutal Injury After Taking Elbow To The Skull

Muay Thai Boxer Suffers Brutal Injury After Taking Elbow To The Skull

Oh… MY NASTY! You can eat a bowl of cereal out of this dudes bump. Ah this is so bad. The Muay Thai boxer has gone viral after images emerged of a brutal head injury sustained during a fight.

The incident took place when Jeremy’s opponent landed a big elbow during the bout at the Patong Stadium on Monday night. As you can clearly see in the below images, his head was fractured but remarkably he kept on fighting and never felt dizzy. Jonny Betts, who trains at the Tiger Muay Thai gym in Phuket, posted images of the injury to Facebook, saying: “Bit of a nasty injury caused by a big elbow on Monday night at Patong stadium. He had surgery last night, wish him a quick recovery!”

Jeremy was released from hospital on Wednesday afternoon following surgery and now has a titanium plate in his head following the fracture.

Here is a video of the hit:


The Worst Hockey Fight In History

 

The Worst Hockey Fight In History

Gather ‘round, folks, and come learn about the worst fight in the history of the NHL.


Lady Wrestler Snaps Leg As Top Rope Stunt Goes Horribly Wrong

Lady Wrestler Snaps Leg As Top Rope Stunt Goes Horribly Wrong

A popular wrestler’s recent match ended in tears as she snapped her leg in half after a stunt went horribly wrong.

Mexican Lucha Libre star Goya Kong was attempting to wipe out her three opponents during a bout at the AAA Worldwide shows at the Juan de la Barrera Olympic Gymnasium in Mexico.

Deciding to front-flip off the top rope of the ring onto the trio, Kong landed rather badly twisting her leg into a gruesome angle snapping it in half during the process.

Crying out in agony the 30-year-old was immediately rushed to hospital where she has undergone surgery.

It is expected that she will have to face six to 12 months out of the sport to allow her body to heal.

Daughter of Mexican wrestling legend Brazo de Plata, at least Kong did manage to take out her opponents even if it wasn’t in the way she expected or wanted.

Kong is keeping in good spirits though posting regular updates for her fans from her hospital bed on Instagram.

While waiting for surgery she was full of praise for her doctors writing:

Long wait… In a few hours to operation, my God guides the hands of my doctor! We love to make you like a warrior!

I love them!

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bcht2WvnO7M/

You can watch the horrifying accident in all its glory here:

She later thanked her fans for all of their support saying:

Today more than ever I want to thank my company for all the nice attention and the support they are giving me!!

I have a fracture of the tibia and fibula but nothing stops me. I will return stronger than ever!

Thank you all for your beautiful messages. I love you all.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BckjFO-HXk9/

Kong is clearly optimistic though, despite her horrific injury and being unable to even stand on her leg.

She told Quiereme 1440am:

Despite being a hard injury I feel very motivated to get ahead. I know I’m going through a stumble, but God sends his best warriors to the toughest battles.

I cannot support my leg, but I can walk in a walker; I do not require absolute rest, according to the indications of the doctor I must have some mobility since that will help me to recover faster and without the generation of clots.

 


Racing In The 1970's Was Just As Awesome As You Think It Was

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John Ficarra has researched a lot of cars but getting the whole story on one Kremer K3 led him down a very interesting rabbit hole of understanding the back story of the Whittington Brothers.


Soccer Player Scores An Own Goal In The Most Humiliating Way Possible

 

Soccer Player Scores An Own Goal In The Most Humiliating Way Possible

Taking a ball to the face and having it end up with an own goal is literally adding insult to injury.

 


Teen Contortionist And Hand Balancer Shoots a Flaming Arrow Using Her Feet

Teen Contortionist And Hand Balancer Shoots a Flaming Arrow Using Her Feet

Kuma Films captured incredible footage of Sofie Dossi, a teenage contortionist and hand balancer who made it to the finals of America’s Got Talent, putting on a spectacular contortionist act with her self-taught skills. The amazing young lady also showed off how she can shoot a flaming arrow using her feet.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BcaJKGJh-Xd/

 


MOST UNBELIEVABLE 8-BALL POOL RUN OUT

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Chris Melling vs Mika Immonen in World Pool Series 2017 with 3 amazing great shots.


Seahawks Player Attempts To Go Into The Stands In Jacksonville After Fans Threw Things At Him

Seahawks Player Attempts To Go Into The Stands In Jacksonville After Fans Threw Things At Him

Seattle's Quinton Jefferson had to be restrained from entering the stands in Jacksonville by security.  Near the end of the Seahawks loss to the Jaguars, Jefferson was ejected and had things thrown at him as he made his way to the locker room.

This is all on Jefferson.  If you don't want things thrown at you don't get ejected.  There's no telling what Jaguars fans will do when they're Jaggin off.

Jacksonville is in Florida after all and anything goes in Florida.

 

 


This Might Be The Best High School Football Play We've Seen All Year

This Might Be The Best High School Football Play We've Seen All Year

The high school football season is winding down, but there's still time for some late theatrics, and Allen High School's matchup with Trinity ​in the Texas Class 6A Division I state quarterfinals provided.

As the clocked tick down towards half-time, Allen QB Grant Tisdale broke several tackles before flipping the ball to receiver Andrew Magee for a touchdown:

 

 

 

Allen went on to win 41-20.


Man Drives Motorcycle Underneath Helicopter That's Just Barely Off The Ground

9 feet off the ground, with a man on a motorcycle sandwiched between you and the pavement.

Credit to the rider, but the helicopter pilot deserves praise too.

 


Mike Tyson's Practice Punches Were Terrifying

Mike Tyson's Practice Punches Were Terrifying -

Why would anyone have ever gotten into a ring with this man in his prime?


ENGLISH BOXER STEPHEN SMITH RECEIVED A GRUESOME INJURY THAT LEFT HIS EAR SPLIT IN HALF

ENGLISH BOXER STEPHEN SMITH RECEIVED A GRUESOME INJURY THAT LEFT HIS EAR SPLIT IN HALF

Boxing officials and the ringside doctor were forced to step in and stop the bout between Brit Stephen Smith and Mexican Francisco Vargas in Las Vegas after Smith’s ear was accidentally cut in a head clash in the ninth round.

 


We've Never Seen A Purposefully Missed Free Throw Work This Well

We've Never Seen A Purposefully Missed Free Throw Work This Well -

 

Hofstra found themselves down 2 points to Monmouth, with 1 free throw and 5.1 seconds remaining, so they employed the ol' "miss the free throw on purpose and try to get a tip in to tie things up." But they went one better than tying things up.

You might never see something like this again, so watch it a few times.

 

 


The Big Ugly - Dramatic Rescue Of A Fallen Big Wave Surfer

 

The Big Ugly - Dramatic Rescue Of A Fallen Big Wave Surfer

Brazilian professional surfer Pedro “Scooby” Vianna takes an epic spill from his board during a storm in Nazaré, Portugal. By February 28, Scooby was tearing down the tide at 45 miles an hour on his rattling surfboard. There was a 70-foot mountain of water avalanching behind him.

The seething spume nipped him from behind and sent him bombing into the fray in a violent back flop.

Scooby’s friend and fellow Brazilian, Lucas "Chumbo" Chianca, rode in on a jet ski to pick him up before the next monster set rolled in. Scooby grabbed ahold of a rear tow board latched to the jet ski, and they sped away in an attempt to outrun the next wave. Chumbo soon lost control in the choppy whitewater, and the jet ski capsized near some dangerous rocks. Another massive wave was right behind them.
Two people now needed a rescue.
How did Scooby and Chumbo finally escape the chaos? Everaldo "Pato" Teixeira, a veteran big wave surfer from Brazil, tore in on yet another jet ski. In a deft and coolheaded rescue bolstered by years of experience, Teixeira rescued Chumbo and Scooby, both of whom were relatively unscathed.


Genius Gamer Livestreams UFC Pay-Per-View By Pretending To Play ‘UFC 3’

Genius Gamer Livestreams UFC Pay-Per-View By Pretending To Play ‘UFC 3’

It was smart when he did it. And it was really cool until it went viral. Now this dude is going to have the feds knocking on his door.

According to Maxim: An internet gamer’s clips have gone totally viral after he broadcast Saturday night’s UFC pay-per-view event with an ingenious—and slightly illegal—move.

One live streamer (who is clearly a veteran in the game) pulled off one of the most amazing streams of all time when he broadcasted UFC 218 from his channel all while appearing in the bottom right corner as if he was playing that shit. You know, just in case someone from UFC was peeping for any funny business.

Twitch user AJ Lester and his followers watched UFC 218 by using internet streaming service LiveRaise. He brilliantly avoided detection by inlaying his face in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen and pretending to play UFC 3.

The dude really sold it, too. Controller in hand, Lester mashes buttons, grunts and even talks to the screen shortly before Max Holloway TKO’s Jose Aldo in the Hawaiian champ’s first featherweight title defense.

In another viral clip, Lester has an absolutely hilarious reaction to Francis Ngannou’s first-round knockout of veteran heavyweight Alistair Overeem.

The video that went viral has already been removed by UFC after getting 100,000’s of views!