Footage has revealed that the three pitch invasions during Tottenham’s game against Partizan Belgrade were part of an internet prank to see which man could spend the longest on the White Hart Lane pitch. The Trollstation channel released the video under the title ‘Pitch Invasion Challenge'; Spurs are now facing the prospect of Uefa sanctions. All three men wore t-shirts bearing the name of headphone manufacturer BassBuds, who produce licensed Spurs merchandise. The company has released a statement condemning the invasions, but Tottenham have removed all mentions of the brand from club channels and related stock from their shops while they investigate whether the company was involved.
If violent kickboxing knockouts make you squeamish, please do not click play on the video of Jonathan Tuhu dropping his opponent like a sack of bricks via a spinning kick to the head. If you are a fan of head kick knockouts like I am. Watch Jonathan raise the f**ken bar. Not sure what the ref is doing letting him fall face first like that though, surely you’d try and catch him? Shout out to Kirik Jenness for the submission.
Back in September of this year some of the world’s best mountain bike riders descended on a small part of the Mid-Wales countryside to ride one of the most difficult downhill mountain bike runs ever created. This, is Red Bull Hardline. I’m pretty sure I would hurt myself just walking down this track.
With credits such as ‘Kick-Ass,’ ‘Skyfall,’ ‘Captain America – The First Avenger’ and ’47 Ronin’ to his name, 32-year-old Damien Walters is one of Hollywood’s most in-demand stuntmen. Walters started out as a gymnast and has participated in four Trampoline World Championships. However, since 2007 he has concentrated mainly on the film industry and the art of ‘freerunning,’ with videos amassing tens of millions of hits on YouTube.
ESPN pays the NFL millions of dollars to have the ability to access players for interviews. In kind, think of the NFL as then passing the money on to the players. So ESPN is paying the players for interviews. When the players don’t do interviews, the fine is a way of saying “You aren’t holding up your part of the contract that gives you an extra $100,000 a year from EPSN, so you get a fine to cover that.” Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is a man of few words. After receiving his $100,000 fine following his third violation of the NFL’s Media Policy, Lynch seems to have devised a new ingenious strategy for not answering questions without being fined again. That strategy revolves mostly around the use of the word “yeah.”
Rumours of planned underground parks have popped up before and they’ve never actually materialised. Well coming to Louisville Kentucky, this insane 320,000 square foot bike park, built 120 feet underground will feature 40 trails for beginners and intermediate, all inside a cavern. It is expected to open January 1st, 2015. The scenery and cool air down there would be amazing. Would you ride it?
GoPro is looking for your best line this winter – skiing or snowboarding, park or powder! Find your line, turn on your GoPro and document the action for a chance to win the $20,000 grand prize. They’re looking for innovative filming, technical riding, great lighting and creativity. No fancy editing needed, they’re only looking at your raw GoPro clip for the contest. Submissions start December 1st, 2014. For more visit: Line Of The Winter
“We recently put on an internal edit contest with our LASTNAMEFIRST.TV ambassadors. The winning 15 second edit by Jack Germain turned out sick so we asked for the extended version – a short time alter this edit landed in our inbox. To say the least, we loved what we saw.” – Alex Smith.