There are sports fans and then there are UFC fans. The latter are in a league all their own. They not only cheer on their favourite athletes, they follow their every move on social media and aren’t afraid to get their hands a little dirty to show their loyalty. From fan art to Instagram memes, UFC fans show their senses of humour in unexpected ways, and all of the Internet gets to enjoy the fruits of their labor. One fan has taken his passion for the sport to a new medium…clay!
“We Hope your ready. Couch Tour 2 is coming down the pike. Don’t hold your breath for some artsy fartsy “hipster” surf movie. This is going to be a down and dirty surf flick. Let this teaser set the mood featuring Balaram Stack, Ryan Carlson and TJ Gumiela. Keep an eye out for a plethora of mental clips from all the UnsOund team riders and friends.” – Etan Blatt.
“He should have killed me when he had the chance, because now we’re back, I’m gonna kill you and your whole f**king team!” McGregor said in his interview with Joe Rogan, before shoving the microphone away. McGregor’s threat followed a faceoff in which the Irish megastar cut a wild figure. Having hit the scales first, McGregor raised his fists and shouted: “Let’s go! Let’s go, mother f**ker! Let’s go!” as Diaz also met with with raised hands.
If you’ve ever rolled up to the lip of something bigger than you’ve ever done before, you’ll relate to this vid. Over in that there Whistler there’s more than a few jumps. There’s more than a couple of gap jumps. The gap jump in question here is a gap jump over a train line somewhere between Whistler and Pemberton and it’s insane.
Check out Carson Storch’s personal slopestyle course, filled with tyres, burms and big jumps. Located in Central Oregon, Prineville Adventure Park is a 650-acre property, zoned exclusively for outdoor recreation. Using Prinevilles big machinery and a bit of creativity, Storch rigged up a slopestyle course ripe for some shredding!
Just like the milkman, Harry Main always delivers, and this part so stacked with plenty of bangers and liptricks that will make you run it back and watch it twice!
Shredtopia footage continues to trickle online, and the latest edit features Anto Chamberland’s best footage from the flick remixed into a single firing part. Few shredders fuse backcountry and street bangers as flawlessly as Anto, who undoubtedly stacked some of the best footage among the all-star Shredbots cast.
“Worst wipeout of the year for me. If you don’t know what Tomb Stoning is here’s an example. Mavericks is the scariest wave on the planet. Every single wave can kill you. I tried to knife my board down the face but I got launched in the double up. I slapped my face on the water really hard and cracked my neck. The wave pushed me 30 feet deep causing my board to tombstone. I could feel that I was getting pushed deeper into the ocean instead of washing in towards the beach. Instead of trying to swim up and breathe, I relax. Luckily, I didn’t get hurt.” – Derek Dunfee.
“After living in the same general area of Eastern San Diego my entire life, I moved into a whole new area about a year and a half ago. Now I’m tucked in this neighbourhood that seems to have limitless spots. Don’t get me wrong, my old hood was littered with setups as well, I was just jaded to them after going down the same streets for 23 years. Moving here got me so excited to explore. That is pretty much all I did when I had a chance. Any time I had a couple hours to spare I would just go up and down new streets, and it seemed like every time I did this I would find something new or just realise how close I lived to a spot that I already knew about.” — Dennis Enarson.
While exploring the untapped backcountry of his native Wyoming, Rice plots a 16,000 mile course to follow the hydrological cycle around the north Pacific, where snow and ice create dreamlike landscapes on the towering mountains above. From the Japanese Alps to the volcanoes of Russia, and a spectacularly remote area of Alaska, Rice is joined by several of snowboarding’s most innovative riders including Mark Landvik, Eric Jackson, Bryan Iguchi, Pat Moore, Mikkel Bang, Jeremy Jones, Victor de Le Rue, Ben Ferguson, and more.