Here's a clip from UFC 107 over the weekend where B.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It really is a golden age of media when one can just find random videos of people just being themselves.
I didn't know there was anything called "Full contact point fighting," but I can dig it.
I don't get these guys that get off on damaging equipment whenever they botch a play.
The instances of disregard for one's own body keep on coming.
I like to pretend that I know more about MMA than I actually do, but since I didn't watch the premeire of the 10th cycle of "The Ultimate Fighter," here's some opinion from around the blogosphere from a few friends that did. My first thought always watching new seasons of The Ultimate Fighter is how many guys show up out of shape....Usually one or two guys show up physically unprepared, yet it looks like half the cast this season didn‚ÄĚt look in shape to fight. --Eric Gargiulo, Camel Clutch Blog.
There's something about the way people fight in these Latin American countries that just pisses me off.
Mia Hamm scored over 250 goals in her storied soccer career, but I can't remember her ever drilling someone in the face.
It looks like this video has made the rounds, but it's new to me, and it features a rambunctious teen catching the front of an oncoming car with his mouth.
Hail Mary Jane put together an impressive collection of dudes injuring themselves on pogo sticks.
Yeah, it's a short video, but it's little kids getting hurt.
The Japanese are a very proud and devoted people, so I'm not terribly surprised that this Japan League infielder tried to decapitate himself by diving for a foul ball so close to the stands.
Don Chavez took time to remind us of the frailty of life (especially when aluminum bats are involved) with this clip of what I'm presuming is a high school baseball game.