It’s one thing to decisively clobber your opponent in the third round of a major fight. And as Yoel Romero knows after UFC 221, it’s another thing to not even get a belt out of the deal. Romero’s thundering power with either hand was on display in his bout against Luke Rockhold. But unfortunately for him, his two-pound weight overage at weigh-in ensured no belt was on the line.

“Joona couldn’t start filming until March due to a knee surgery, but he hates filming in cold temperatures so that’s pretty 50/60 if you ask me.” – @labyrinthcrew.

A while ago, Robert Bobroczkyi made waves on the internet for towering above his classmates while playing basketball in high school. Well, Robert is still chasing his dream on turning pro and playing in the NBA, and we can’t see this not happening!

Nike had released a major new advertisement celebrating London’s diversity, featuring an array of stars including Skepta, Harry Kane, Michael Dapaah and host of other figures from the worlds of sport and music.

Yoel Romero has to learn from his losses, even though there haven’t been many of them. The Cuban colossus has had just one defeat in his UFC career, to Australia’s Robert Whittaker, and victory over Luke Rockhold in the main event of UFC 221 in Perth will give him a crack at vengeance. Photo via the super talented @allelbows.

In his latest trick shot video posted to his Instagram account, Kelley banks a ball off a concrete block, flips the club behind his back and manages to catch it mid swing and hit the ball. His hand-eye coordination is wizardry.

Kelly’s wave drags a foil forward and back creating first a right, then a left, then a right again. But the turbulent water takes five minutes to settle between passes. Wavegarden’s Cove, as we’ve known for some time, can reportedly create about 110 waves per hour. So the question is, which would you choose? Photo via: @pacotwo.

This ridiculous kinked rail really has no business being skated. However, Chase is a psycho and launched himself into the history books with a hellacious one-two knockout punch.

After a gruelling 6-month rehab, iconic Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris comes back from a fractured femur, suffered at LA Air + Style, looking to re-establish himself as the rider to beat in the 2016-17 season. Adding fuel to the fire, Mark’s comeback season will determine if he qualifies for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang.

There’s not much to say when @brandonsemenuk puts out a new cut with his partner-in-crime, @rupskywalker. You’ve seen the Raw 100 vids. So here’s what we’ll say: if you’re after three minutes of Semenuk at his best, this ones for you.

Matt Tomasello is the newest freak to join Fancy Lad, a crew made up of skateboarding’s weirdest lunatics. It’s impossible to name even half the tricks in this part, but it’s impressive nonetheless.

Ryan Hipwood has released a stunning new clip from the last 12 months, documenting the high and lows of chasing waves around the globe while supporting a family. “I want to inspire my family to do what they love and leading by example is probably the best thing that I can pass on to my kid.”

“There were 5 riders, they all hit the jump once, and then on first hit of the second round the avalanche cracked. Everyone panicked. Luckily everyone was okay and no was hurt and all that happened was we lost a snowmobile helmet and a snowboard. It is never 100% safe out there and we saw that first hand. Be safe out there. – @weavsworld.

“After an epic session on the moon aka Swingarm City, the guys drove east with the Redshift MXR toward the red planet of Moab. Breathtaking scenery and ripping around with your buddies on a bike in the middle of nowhere. This episode is what freeriding is all about.” – @altamotors.

The potential was endless at Swingarm City. It turned out to be the perfect place to test the limits of the new 2018 Redshift MXR, and the bike was more than up for the challenge. 100ft sends and epic climbs stood no chance against the electric force of the MXR. That’s one small step for man, one giant gap for motokind. Photos via the talented @john_d_mcinnis.

According to Emerson Machado, a member of the Western Riders, the line was installed days before a big swell arrived in Nazaré, and everything was cautiously planned, checked and re-checked to provide the maximum level of security possible to the slackliners performing the walk.

If you’ve been on YouTube in the past few years, you’ve seen a Bad Lip Reading video. The premise is simple — voice actors narrate what it looks like people are saying. The channel’s videos about the NFL are some of its funniest — and this year’s is no exception.

With Super Bowl LII just a few days away, a short film titled “Concussion Protocol” was released which shows a compilation of every reported concussion this season. It was directed by Josh Begley and produced by Laura Poitras. Begley has been tracking the injuries all season, reviewing injury reports from and created what he believes is the most complete list from this season.