A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Sports Photos And Videos

May 20, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports

Cyborg vs Gina Carano


Catch Wrestler, Farmer Burns hanging himself. Why? Just to prove how strong his neck was. He took bad motherfucker to a whole nother level.



Jose Bautista gets decked by Odor

ESPN brings in boxing trainer Teddy Atlas to break down Odor KO of Jose Bausita



Rugby League player Jason Clark after suffering a head clash, getting quickly stitched up and coming back to finish the game


That is one quick pitstop



Chelsea’s Eden Hazard doesn’t take too kindly to a child’s relentless defense



The Bulgarian 4×100 relay team



Paco Jémez Coach of Rayo Vallecano crying after relegation of his team



Clayton Kershaw has a 22-1 Strikeout-to-Walk ratio (88-4) this season…That’s ridiculous


Dock Ellis’ LSD No-Hitter Story



AFL player Tayla Harris mid-kick 



Ex-NFL Player Who Made $25 Million Quit Football At Age 29 To Become A Farmer

In 2009, Jason Brown signed a five-year, $37.5 million contract with the St. Louis Rams that made him the highest-paid center in the NFL. 

Five years later, after earning more than $25 million of that contract, Brown is a farmer who is helping to feed the hungry.

Brown is doing this to help the less fortunate. He grows sweet potatoes and other vegetables and donates his harvest to food pantries.

Brown went to school at the University of North Carolina. He had no idea how to farm back in 2012. He learned on YouTube.



 Michael Bisping’s long road to his first championship title shot



Babe Ruth lying unconscious after running into a wall chasing a fly ball. He would regain consciousness 5 minutes later and get 2 more hits in the game. July 5, 1924



The 20,000 Calorie Strongman Diet


May 7, 2016 – Canelo Alvarez Post Fight Interview After Knocking Out Amir Khan


May 18, 2016 – Canelo Alvarez drops his belt to Gennady Golovkin



17-year old Wilt Chamberlain from 1954 



Cleveland finally wins a title: Stipe Miocic takes UFC heavyweight title

The city of Cleveland hasn’t had a title win to celebrate since 1964 when the Browns won the NFL Championship.