You can take my life, but I will never let you take that new Godzilla dvd. Almost getting stabbed to death for a minimum wage job, to save a billionaire’s family 5 dollars, good times.
Police are investigating a brawl which erupted on the top deck of a busy bus. The violence – caught on camera by a fellow passenger – broke out on the No.94, which runs from Chelmsley Wood to Birmingham. The near two-minute footage, uploaded to Facebook, showed two men wrestling on top of seats. Punches were thrown before another passenger forced the pair apart and manhandled one of them to the bus floor. They should make a sport out of this. Each city’s most athletic pissheads wrestling on a night bus, everyone would watch it!
While the MMA world’s attention was focused on the UFC’s doubleheader this past weekend, what was perhaps the flashiest knockout occurred in a small show in California. At “Xplode Fight Series: Tidal Wave,” which took place Saturday in Valley Center, Calif., Christine Stanley (3-1) unloaded a vicious spinning heel kick that landed remarkably flush. Although it was apparently recorded as a five-second knockout, Stanley connected on the kick just 2.3 seconds after the bell, opponent Katie Anita Runyan hit the mat after 3.5 seconds, and the ref waved it off just under the 5-second mark.
Hood Prank videos vary in style and subject matter, but their structure is fairly uniform. A group of white dudes—usually in a pack of two to four—venture into a predominantly black (or Latino) neighbourhood and do something to purposefully antagonise a group of strangers. These strangers, of course, live in an urban nightmare hellscape of violence, drug abuse, and constant fear. Hood Pranks is one of the most popular video genres on YouTube, and the creators rack up millions of views by exploiting the simple premise that poor black people are funny to take advantage of. What do you think? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
While the initial reaction for most fans was likely one of disappointment when news broke that Alexander Gustafsson was out of his highly anticipated title rematch against Jon Jones, the long-time champion and injury replacement Daniel Cormier have certainly done their part to get fans pumped for UFC 178. While last year’s initial Jones-Gustafsson clash at UFC 165 may have been one of the best light heavyweight title fights of all time, Jones vs. Cormier has easily become the promotion’s most anticipated fight of the year. Lets stop for a moment and take a look at Daniel Cormier’s highlight reel for the year so far!
In what will go down as arguably the biggest pre-fight scuffle in UFC history, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and upcoming challenger Daniel Cormier got into it in a big way. Following an “Ultimate Media Day” at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for UFC 178, Jones and Cormier met on stage in a traditional faceoff. Things got ugly in a hurry.
An Under-20 game between Northern Ireland and Mexico had to be ended early after one of the Mexicans kicked an Irish player in the head as he lay on the ground. Three Mexico and one Northern Ireland player were sent off after the Milk Cup Elite game in Coleraine descended into violence towards the end of the second half. The Northern Ireland manager, Stephen Craigan, told the BBC that he had been left “disgusted” by the scenes and competition organisers are certain to launch an investigation. “I have to be careful what I say, but I would like to think Mexico will not be back at the Milk Cup,” said Craigan.
A while back we posted a team fight between Poland vs. Sweden, and now we present another skull cracking brawl with Prague taking on Moscow! This fight is set up like a soccer hooligan brawl, where two sides get 5 fighters each, and that’s about all the rules there are. Fight!