It all started off as a joke. Problem was, the joke was too damn good. Since the first Dime Glory Challenge, bodies have burst into flames, swords have been sacked, and wallrides have reached new heights, but one thing remains the same – Wade will never lose. Photo via thrashermagazine.com.

Ahead of the UFC 229, UFC hosted a press conference with Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor. For the first time ever, face to face. If you have some spare time then grab some snacks and a cold drink kick back and let the hype begin.

In @dakine_surf’s newest edit, @live.fast.die.old, @leifnotleaf, @kalanidavid4, @iangentil and @jacksonbunch traveled to Waco, Texas for a little wavepool fun and kept their session rolling well into the night. Watch the crew stomp trick after trick beneath the night sky.

It’s safe to say that any time one of these chargers goes over the ledge at Nazaré, it’s a momentous feat of human skill and bravery. And, over the years, there have been countless drops, barrels and huge wipeouts that have stunned viewers around the world. But the three moments featured in this short documentary, by longtime Nazaré filmer Alex Laurel, will go down in the history books. Photo via the talented @miguel_chaby.

An attempt at a full length snowboard video, produced by Craig McMorris. To us, the cast, crew, and riding are more than satisfactory. Check the teaser for ‘We Tried’.

Raised by groovy, bohemian toymakers among the towering redwoods and crisp, clean Central Californian air, Nate Tyler was always a different breed of surfer from his citified cohorts to the south. The new clip is shot around Nates home, on the Central Coast of California. Boards featured include the Haydenshapes Untitled model, which is pretty much Nate’s favorite board both at home and even traveling, as well as the Love Buzz and a new concept Twin Fin.

“About halfway down I could see how fast the ground was getting closer and I got this horrible feeling. I don’t think I can accurately describe it, but I just knew that I was screwed. For that second riding down I 100% believed that I was about to die and I just regretted so much. Then everything was dark. I opened my eyes and I was in a hospital bed in a neck brace with Donnie sitting beside me. I turned to him and said “I guess I didn’t land it huh?” – @curtis_cantbmxwell. Photo by Kaleb Bolton.

Maurice Allen has won the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, beating Justin Moose with a 393-yard strike on his final attempt in the final. The 36-year-old Allen, from Pine Hills, Florida, hit first in the final round at WinStar World Casino and Resort and watched as Moose came up short with a best of 382 yards.

North Texas kick returner Keegan Brewer went nearly the length of the field for an early touchdown in Saturday’s contest against Arkansas. Razorbacks players never saw it coming because they thought Brewer signaled a fair catch. Except he didn’t. No whistle was actually blown.

Be careful what you ask Joanna Jedrzejczyk! The former UFC women’s strawweight champion recently made an example out of a budding reporter for trying to get a juicy quote on Conor McGregor at a media scrum in Moscow, Russia.

Sit yourself down and buckle up, premiere season is here. This season’s offering from Absinthe Films titled, Stay Tuned, looks to be as rowdy as ever, and certainly not one to be missed.

“Heath Kirchart is our latest patient for the Battle Scars series, and his litany of breaks, crunches, and cracks, is enough to make you strap on a helmet or two.” – @berrics.

“Tre doesn’t even know yet, but this is the beginning of something that he has been dreaming about and I know that he will look back in a few years’ time and think “Wow, those were some really special times”. He’s just getting started and has such a bright future ahead of him, I‘m happy and excited to welcome Tre Williams to the Primitive Skate team”. – Paul Rodriguez

Take a seat, crank up your volume, and this raw footage of Eli Tomac’s first day on his 2019 race machine in Southern California, breaking in the new KX450 with the Monster Energy Kawasaki team.

“Today I release my best Pro Skimboarding short to date, Pro Skimboarding in Massive Shorebreak at the most dangerous big wave skimboard spot in the world. Cabo San Lucas’s Wedge In Mexico.” – Jack Tenney

Words cannot describe this technical savagery of Cody Lockwood. Creature SKateboards has welcomed him to their team, and you will realise very quickly that his hat isn’t for sun protection, he is actually a wizard.

Since the two-time world champ’s knee injury, he’s been especially elusive. Which is precisely why his new short, “Space,” couldn’t have come at a better time.

Does this guy think that practicing getting your brain bounced around in your skull is somehow gonna help you to better deal with getting your brain bounced around in your skull in the future? Not only is this dangerous as hell, this rarely happens in real football, if at all. The runner in football, in an instance like this, would be running away from that contact, not going head on into it.