Well, actually, it’s CRASH. Gronk is hosting a show that curates and shares epic fail vids on Nickelodeon called “Crashletes.”
Epic fails, epic people and epic adventures in a brand new Nickelodeon series.
The show kicked off July 5, 2016. Week 1 highlights embedded after the jump. Tune in!
Deflategate: Former NBA Player Doug Christie’s Wife Checks His ‘Balls’ To See If He’s Been Cheating (Video)
Drop your draws. Let me check your balls.
Aw hell naw! BALL STATUS CHECK?? Females out here examining dude’s balls to see if they come home empty? And what scientific journal did Jackie Christie get that ‘it takes 24 hours for balls to refill’ factoid? Crazy. Doug Christie, come get your wifey (but make sure your … um … you know … is full).
King Build-A-B!tch… BWAAAAAHAHAAA!! Floyd Mayweather is speaking on ALL topics and people – Pacquiao, Trump, Nelly, 50 Cent – no topic is off limits in this five-part series. Each part is about an hour-long. So many wowwww moments like:
Young Thug is extremely talented?
Future was supposed to be signed to Mayweather?
Mayweather Money ain’t like ‘other’ money; neither is his fashion. True Religion, Jordans, that’s for others.
Traveling… Ibiza…. San Trope…. Floyd’s been there and all of there. Not impressed.
To Kanye West: Keep up the good work …really misunderstood.
It’s not all about the money… but he is ‘Money’ Mayweather.
(Biggest ‘wow’ though: Melyssa Ford like WOWWW! Still sexy.)
From the producers of Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11 and Generation Iron, THE HURT BUSINESS details the lives of various martial arts superstars, including Ronda Rousey and Jon Jones, competing in the fastest growing sport in the world and the struggles and triumphs that accompany all careers in cage fighting.
Besides featuring both legends, such as Georges St-Pierre, and up-and-comers in the sport the film covers the history of mixed martial arts fighting, from the coliseums of ancient Greece to modern day venues such as the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, all expertly narrated by Kevin Costner.
Themes of injury both mental and physical are explored and the question is raised; is it worth it to sacrifice one’s mind and body for sport?
– The Vladar Company
Andre Iguodala Gives The Cleveland Cavaliers Props For Winning The Series And Talks About Basketball, Investing And More (Video)
Andre Iguodala dropped in The Breakfast Club. He admitted being angry at the team (Golden State Warriors) for even letting the NBA Finals get to a game 7, but he was gracious in defeat. Great interview. Two things: (1) Stop dissing Kyrie Irving and (2) while Lebron James is great, he is “nowhere near Jordan” (wow). Also: Discussion on Kevin Durant joining the GSW, advising players how to invest in technology and more.
Interesting insights shared on Any Given Wednesday, Bill Simmons’ new HBO talk series. Anthony Anderson and Chris Bosh are the guests in this clip. Bosh with an ‘other side of the coin’ perspective on Kevin Durant moving on from OKC among other things touched on.
Ever wonder what
Oklahoma City Thunder Golden State Warriors Kevin Durant standout listens to in his headphones before he takes to the court to out-ball opponents and sends them back through the portal crying. Watch and listen. Interesting.
KD’s musical taste includes everything from Jay Z to Teddy Pendergrass. You never know what you’ll get when you pass him the aux.
WaitWHAT?! Snoop Dogg missed the Family Feud toss-up question for the category of… WEED???? Aw hell no. Steve Harvey’s reaction when Snoop beat Sugar Ray Leonard to the buzzer though. Hahaaaaaa!!
We can’t believe Snoop Dogg didn’t get the top answer right away! He was pretty quick to hit the buzzer though. So what would Grandma do? Watch Celebrity Family Feud on Sundays at 8|7c on ABC.
Soooo… do you think Maw-Maw might ask for a li’l “medicine” for her… um… cataracts?
Good Vibes Only Podcast | Love & Basketball: Ep. 19 “Dating An Avid Sports Fan” (With JayForce & PictureMane)
Everywhere JayForce go, JayForce rep though! The appearance on this episode on this episode of the Good Vibes Only podcast is no different. He reps the brand, sure; but listen in as he reps for the guys, sports fanatics, guys that are sports fanatics…all that! But the angle for this show: Loving a sports fan. It’s a challenge (worthwhile though).
Sports fans need love too! On this episode, host AplusAshley sat down with Jayforce of JayForce.com and the Beats & Lyrics radio show and Itoro (PictureMane) of FansFavoriteFan, both certified sports junkies about the benefits and burdens of looking to score a sports nut. We also touched on the 2016 NBA Finals, the Copa America and European Championship soccer tournaments, and the drama between Ciara, Russell Wilson, and rapper Future. Tune in and share. Please send song suggestions to Aplusashley on Twitter.
The lovely Aplusashley lives ‘all the way up’ to her name; leading Jay and PictureMane through some fun, meaningful convo. Enjoy!
Okay, you’ve got your sports other than futbol (e.g. soccer) that claim to be tougher. American football, Australian football, hockey, boxing, mixed martial arts, yada yada, and etcetera. But yooooooo, have you ever seen anything this insane???
Thousands came to witness the latest edition of the traditional ‘Calcio Storico’ (‘historic football’) kick-and-punch-about at the Piazza Santa Croce in Florence.
All the world’s tough-guy sports in one. Gladiator-style sport in Italy. Who’da thunk it, right? More kick-azz football (literally) after the jump.
Well, Nissan has this GT-R Drone – one of the fastest accelerating FPV (First Person View) racing drones in the world. Watch it above, keeping up with the new 2017 Nissan GT-R while filming on the track.
Zero to 100, real quick. Like in less than two seconds. Crazy!
Check this out on Spike TV tonight (7 P.M. EST) before you head out. Should be good viewing.
One of the first YouTube stars, Kimbo Slice transformed himself from a viral sensation to a mixed martial arts icon. We pay tribute to the fighter and the man with “Kimbo Slice: One of a Kind.”
It is what it is, but it is more than what we see. True of many things, but with folks in the NBA especially. With none more so than Kevin Durant, who gets real personal, beyond the tunnel, behind the curtain with this documentary. This is drawn from 2014 in the offseason; hence the title.
The teaser is powerful. Those that followed Michael from college through the pros certainly know that there is a story to break down. And if what the trailer promises holds… well… in the voice/words of Robin Harris’ character in “Do The Right Thing”… LET IT BE BROKE!
Michael Vick has been through it all.
The dual-threat playmaker was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NFL draft, set numerous quarterback rushing records, made four Pro Bowls and amassed a fortune playing football.
Then it all disappeared. A dog-fighting scandal sent him from the gridiron to prison.
– Bleacher Report
Hope the Bleacher Report documentary does the right thing. We’ll see in July.
Hahaaaaaa! This is genius captured in visual form. This Jimmy Kimmel Live clip featuring Snoop’s hizzistorical commentary is hizzsterical!!
The NBA has been around for a very long time. The game has obviously changed a lot over the years, so we invited basketball historian Snoop Dogg to share some insight on how things have transformed over the years.
No tricks. No gimmicky headline to draw eyes on the ‘net. Marshawn Lynch, Super Bowl Champion, Seattle Seahawks standout, Beast Mode… is retiring. Tells 60 Minutes Sports’ Jon Wertheim and all the viewers straight up and down that he is done with the game after nine seasons.
“I’m done. I’m not playing football anymore.”
– Marshawn Lynch
If it is possible to run across an ‘Ali hater’ in this time of remembrance of The Greatest, SHOW THIS VIDEO!
Muhammad Ali made several appearances on Candid Camera. In 1974 he visited a school and allowed kids to “discover” him. Allen Funt narrates.
The Louisville Lip had no chill…larger than life, but accessible and obviously not shy about cutting up for the kids. Incredible classic TV clip that you may have seen. Worth watching [again].
Even before The Champ’s passing, you’ve probably heard about his nobility and heroism outside the ring. Given that, this 30-For-30 documentary short’s content may not shock you; but the story should warm your heart and make you miss him a little bit more.
Ambassador Ali. Fighting Parkinson’s all while winning over folks worldwide including Saddam Hussein; which was key. You’ll see why when you watch.
(Narrated by John Legend.)
Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Ali stepped into the world’s spotlight by winning a gold medal as a light-heavyweight at the 1960 Rome Olympics. He would go on to defeat Sonny Liston in 1964 to claim his first world title and became the first boxer to capture a world heavyweight championship on three separate occasions. Retiring in 1981, Ali won 56 of his 61 fights as an active professional. However, his accolades do not stop there. Sports Illustrated recognized Ali as “Sportsman of the Century,” and the BBC named him “Sports Personality of the Century.”
Though later more understated as an elder statesman of sport, remembering Ali’s boldness and bigger-than-life presence over the years is what is likely driving the water from your tear ducts now. Even now you hear his braggadocio echo…
I float like a butterfly; sting like a bee.
I am The Greatest!
I shook up the WORLD!
I’m a bad man!
But he was also a champion for Civil Rights and Human Rights the world over. An outspoken member of the Nation Of Islam, a conscious objector to the war in Vietnam (convicted for his stance), a goodwill ambassador (notably meeting Fidel Castro when U.S. – Cuba relations were still very cold) and so much more. Too much more to do justice to his legacy in this Memoriam, but please, if you will, say one more time as he would, “The Champ is here!”
Then, in spirit, join with mourners around the world dealing with the reality that The Champ is with us no more. Hit the jump for some remembrances, quotes and video footage.
Rest Well, Champ.