Brock Lesnar lost his Championship Belt during Wrestlemania due to some shenanigans, but there was memorable moment from that night that the internet has gone ham on. Lesnar was hitting suplex after suplex after suplex on Roman Reigns in that matchup. Suplex on suplex on suplex. During the plethora of suplexes that were delivered, Lesnar turned to Reigns and said “Suplex City B*tch!” That is all the internet needed and a phenomenal rap song was born.
“He’s like the hot bitch on the train that I make occasion eye contact with, I dunno who the f**k you are, but I love ya!” – Bogan Aussie’s back commentating in 2015 and he’s as f**ked as ever.
World number one Rory McIlroy recently told the incredible story about a nine-year-old McIlroy writing a letter to his hero, Tiger Woods. McIlroy wrote that he was “coming to get” Tiger, and 16 years later, McIlroy will walk the fairways of Augusta National in the same Masters field as Woods. Nike released an incredible ad called Ripple, starring a young McIlroy watching Woods dominate the world of golf.
You might be able to call yourself King of the Mountain on your local turf, but The Red Baron is truly the one man who deserves the title. Eric Barone recently dropped into a high alpine glacier at Vars Ski Resort in the French Alps, and set the new world mountain bike speed record of 223.30 km/h, or 138.75 mph.
It’s not snowmobiling, and it’s definitely not motocross. It’s called snow biking, and it might be one of the coolest up-and-coming sports out there. The concept is fairly simple: take a regular motocross bike, slap on a snow mobile track and a front ski instead of wheels, and voilá…you’ve got a snow bike. To check out this new sport, pro freestyle motocross rider Ronnie Renner set out to test out the bike himself in some fresh BC powder. Needless to say, we think they’re definitely onto the next big thing.
On Episode 10 of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, it’s a triumphant homecoming for top featherweight contender Conor McGregor as the trip makes its final stop in Dublin, Ireland. With tensions at their ten-day peak, McGregor takes the belt from reigning champion Jose Aldo — at least momentarily — at a raucous press conference.
Each year the surfing community recognizes the biggest maniacs of all: the best of the best of big wave surfers. These are the ones that are truly unhinged and put everything (including their lives) on the line. The XXL Big Wave Awards are their night, and it’s a time when we must pause and recognise how incredibly spectacular this surfing is.