Mike Tyson's Best Knock Outs

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Not the NBA's Proudest Moments of 2013

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The best of the worst from the NBA's 2012-13 season. via DVR

Mike Tyson Plays "Punch-Out," for the first time ever

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FOX Sports 1 can be around as long as ESPN for all I care. But nothing they air will ever top this video of Mike Tyson playing his own NES "Punch Out" game while waiting in the green room. Glass Joe is a motherfucker. via DEV

Weekend Retrospective | Macho Man Randy Savage-Heavyweight Champion of Puerto Rico?

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Everyone remembers Macho Man Randy Savage for being one of the great figures in the history of professional wrestling. His rivalries with Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and The Ultimate Warrior over the WWF and WCW World Heavyweight Championships are legendary. His feud with Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat over the WWF Intercontinental Title culminated in the greatest match in the history of the industry. And his feud with Jerry "The King" Lawler in Tennessee during the old territory days is still talked about in basements and pool halls in the deep south to this day (I don't know for that sure,...

Weekend Retrospective | The Legend of Mitch "Blood" Green

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In the 1980s there were few stars bigger than Mike Tyson. He was an executioner - an unstoppable force of furious nature who could unleash hell on earth inside a squared circle. Throughout the course of his career Tyson had a number of rivals to contend with: Frank Bruno, Donovan Ruddock, Lennox Lewis and of course Evander Holyfield. But of all his foils there is perhaps none more amusing than the rivalry Tyson shared with the legend otherwise known as Mitch "Blood" Green. It all started in early 1986. Tyson was quickly moving up the rankings and was destined to...

Essential Viewing | Playing for the City That Made Me, pt. 3

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Carmelo Anthony stars in a Jordan Brand web doc Episode #3 (of 3), the final installment in the Carmelo webumentary, sees Nas, Bernard King and members of the 'Melo family discuss the significance of winning in New York. Pt. 1 | Pt. 2 | Pt. 3

Essential Viewing | Playing for The City That Made Me, pt. 2

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Carmelo Anthony stars in a Jordan Brand web doc In Episode #2 (of 3) Carmelo loves playing in New York? Why? The bright lights, the big city, the energy, the passion. The place where you're "only as good as your last play." Nas, Bernard King, Alan Hahn, Carmelo's family and others talk about Carmelo playing in Gotham. Pt. 1 | Pt. 2 | Pt. 3

From the Basement | Macho Man Randy Savage Rock Warrior

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Before Macho Man Randy Savage was an established uber star in the old WCW and WWF he was making a name for himself in the Mid-South during professional wrestling's territory days. In this video, promoting the sheer undeniable awesomeness of the Macho Man, circa 1983-84, we get a look at why he was known as "The Madness." A lot of cheesy, corny, silly arena rock montage music videos were produced in the 80s, similar in form to this one, but make no mistake - this video, with music provided by The Rods, does not belong lumped in with the rest....

Street Ball

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https://vimeo.com/60576409 "Boardwalk Empire's" Michael Kenneth Williams narrates this ode to street ball. via HD

ARC'TERYX presents The Joy of Air

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...remember, what goes up must come down. via FNG

Weekend Retrospective | Top 50 Plays of Michael Jordan

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LeBron James and Kobe Bryant - two really really good basketball players. Like, I mean reeeaaallly good. They are all-time greats. But you know what, both of them combined don't have jack when it comes to approaching the all-time greatness of Michael Jordan. For those who saw him, you'll remember ... for those too young to have seen him, watch in amazement. Michael would hit shots Kobe can only dream of. Michael would throw down tomahawk jams over big men that the NBA simply doesn't see anymore, and as such, LeBron doesn't have to deal with. And he'd do so...

Essential Viewing | Playing for The City That Made Me, pt. 1

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Carmelo Anthony stars in a Jordan Brand web doc In Episode #1 (of 3) Carmelo Anthony’s passion for playing in the city he loves is unmatched as a native New Yorker from Red Hook, Brooklyn. We hear in his own words what it means to play not just for the orange and blue, but the people of NY and the city that made him. Pt. 1 | Pt. 2 | Pt. 3