The entertainment that the Internet brings is seemingly endless. Rambo Cuztha Gunz creates videos for the sake of your entertainment and is willing to take a beating for it. Gunz has a humorous bio for his social media accounts. His YouTube bio reads, “No hate here. All in good fun. If you think I don’t know what it takes, then let me flex my right gun!” His Facebook bio reads, “From overweight, to man you wanna date.”


Bringing together veterans, rookies, and outright legends, STRONGER delivers insane snowboarding from Kazu Kokubo, Gigi Rüf, Scott Stevens, Dustin Craven, Johnny O’Connor, Phil Jacques, Travis Rice, Dan Brisse, Anto Chamberland, Bryan Iguchi, Arthur Longo, & Torstein Horgmo. Strap in, because a crew like this has never been assembled in a major snowboarding motion picture.


First wave ridden: age 3, First contest win: age 7, First wave at Pipe: age 8, First win at Pipe: age 18, First World Tour win: age 19, First Eddie Aikau win: age 23, First WSL World Title: age 24. This is just the beginning for John John Florence.Its a pleasure to finally see the best surfer in the world crowned the world champion. Congratulations John John.

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“Hockey is a sport for white men. Basketball is a sport for black men. Golf is a sport for white men dressed like black pimps”. Tiger Woods


Eight of the world’s top windsurfers will be pitted against windspeeds up to Force 10 (89-102kmh), huge waves and intense hurricane conditions, making for an epic battle of Man VS Nature. The waiting period begins January 9th and the contest will hold until the strongest storm of the winter hits the Northern Hemisphere. In anticipation for the event, take a look back at the best action highlights from the last contest.


Last winter Sage Kotsenburg and Halldor Helgason got together to make a snowboard movie that would not only push the level of each others riding but also showcase snowboarding in a way they both believe in. You’ll see everything from technical tricks to some of the most creative features to date and all while having as much fun as possible!


The biggest obstacle in Tokyo is the swarm of people swirling around almost every spot. Jaws dodges bodies as he heaves his carcass down another huge set.


“Third Eyeland is a project I started filming over a year ago when the first El Niño Swell reached the island. The goal was to capture some of the insane talent and raw beauty I saw around me. Maui is the main character of this series and some of the other stars include Dusty Payne, Kevin Sullivan, Granger Larsen, Randy Welch, Clay Marzo and a bunch of other Maui friends that shred.” – Davin Phelps.


Bolt just won three more medals in Rio this summer, putting his total at nine Gold medals since his first Olympic games in 2008. This documentary includes intimate footage of Bolt’s daily life and was filmed on location in Beijing, Rio, London, Germany and Jamaica. This actually looks like a full-on documentary, and not some made-for-TV special, with lots of footage of his personal life and his training. I really want to check this out.

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When you forget how good Tiger really is just sit back and watch this video.


“We are pleased to announce our new teaser of the film – “Inside out”! Oh friends, this is the most difficult film in our history. In the film, you will see all that has happened to us over the past year – the life of the company and the team for 1 winter season. We will tell everything as really is!” – Hash Heaven Films.


Though there have been dozens upon dozens of sensational KOs courtesy of foot- or shin-to-skull contact, many of them are burned into the collective consciousness of MMA fans across the globe. Some fighters have made a career out of the head kick — Mirko Filipovic comes to mind — while others not known for their striking prowess have sprung this fantastically violent gift upon the fight world out of nowhere. Regardless of who unleashes it, the head kick consistently leaves mouths ajar and highlight reels well-stocked.


“Watch the first ever Monster Energy FMX High Rollers Contest held at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas Nevada. Its Gnarly!” – Dirt Shark.


John’s next-level surfing paired with incredible 4K action shots from above and below the earth’s surface have made ‘View From A Blue Moon’ the best surf movie of the year, perhaps to date.


Riders Tyler Bereman and Darryn Durham take to the Red Bull Straight Rhythm practice track after the sun has gone down. Filmed by the legendary Ryan Walters, watch them ride through the low-lit course and track their lines with the illuminated smoke from their two-strokes.


Shane Carwin’s devastating knockout power hasn’t diminished in the slightest. Carwin, who retired from mixed martial arts due to a series of injuries in 2013, made his return at EllisMania 13. Carwin took on Jason Ellis in an exhibition boxing match, where the former UFC interim heavyweight champion agreed to duct tape his right arm to his side. That didn’t stop the 41-year-old from brutally KO’ing Ellis with a lead left hook in the second round, earning his first knockout in six years.


“You can’t make every barrel, turn and air you go for and event the best have some ‘fails’ here and there. This clip shows one of the best, John John Florence, on the other side of all those banger clips looking a little more human.” – Freesurf Magazine.


Tim Knoll and Devin Supertramp made this cool video exploring the streets of Barcelona, Spain, throwing some unique parkour inspired BMX freestyle tricks!