I love sports improbabilities.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Last month we introduced you to the McDowell County Giant Bucky Boyd, a 7-foot, 400-pound West Virginia toughman with an ill-placed boner, a basic knowledge of video editing and a line delivery that made his rematch with "Tree" a must-see encounter.
In boring NBA news, the Indiana Pacers defeated the Golden State Warriors 108-97 last night, and the most shocking thing about that game should have been that both the Pacers and Warriors are in the thick of the playoff hunt.
West Virginia fight promoters put on an annual event called the 'Rough N' Rowdy Brawl,' a boxing showdown for amateurs within a 50-mile radius of whichever city hosts the card.
UFC lightweight contender Anthony "Showtime" Pettis takes on a carton of eggs, smashing them to pieces with a series of roundhouse kicks -- in super slo mo.
Back in November, we <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/11/beercup-is-supposed-to-be-a-soccermma-hybrid-but-its-mostly-just-assholes-hurting-each-other" target="_blank">introduced you to Beercup</a>, a hybrid of mixed martial arts and soccer that mostly amounted to a bunch of weird dudes who wanted to punch each other using "soccer" as a reason to rent a local gym and throw down.
Here's a guy getting kicked in the face, set to Guile music from Street Fighter.
Okay, four things, if you count "don't get a tattoo that says 'RELENTLESS' in a third grader's print going down the back of your arm" as a thing.
What if the fighting games you played as a kid were more like real life.
"Here's the story, of a lovely lady.
This tribute to cinematic knife fights features classic blade duels from 17 different films.
Shai Lindsey takes a flurry of punches, smiles and taunts his opponent (Carlo Junio), and then promptly gets knocked out.
Or better yet, instead of choosing between bum vs.
As if <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/07/armenia-armfc-child-mma-boyfights" target="_blank">Aremenian boy barfight MMA</a> wasn't bad enough, today's big mainstream news story tackles the next step down on the boyfighting evolutionary ladder.
Randy Couture hasn’t fought since he announced his retirement before losing to Lyoto Machida in the second round at UFC 129 in April 2011, but he’s done just fine since that sad day.