The gears of the Internet were in full motion this week, churning out a fresh batch of mutated weirdness that we’ve come to know and love. Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
Justin Lawrence and Martin Kampmann were two of five competitors to earn fight night bonuses following Saturday night’s “The Ultimate Fighter: Live Finale.”
Follow along with HeavyMMA.com this evening for live results and round-by-round updates for the main card of “The Ultimate Fighter: Live Finale.”
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Samuel L. Jackson tries on the Vader helmet, bacon is the new wonder drug, and idiots test the limits of stupidity.
Catch all the action from “The Ultimate Fighter: Live Finale” preliminary card here on HeavyMMA.com with our round-by-round live blog coverage.
We’ve compiled the hottest videos of models that cyber space has to offer for your end of the day enjoyment. A word of caution though, you might want to keep a glass of cold water nearby, things are about to heat up.
Light heavyweight striker Thiago Silva has been forced out of his UFC 149 bout against Mauricio “Shogun” Rua, who is now refusing to fight Glover Teixeira as a replacement.
All 24 fighters who competed at UFC 146 issued clean samples, including heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos, who defeated Frank Mir in the evening’s main event.
Take a look at the entire card for UFC 148, headlined by a middleweight rematch between champion Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen.
Little fish with big teeth try to upstage rampant boob jobs in John Gulager’s often amusing and occasionally brilliant B-movie parody.
Yo, starving people of third world countries and every minority that has ever had it tough, white boys have problems, too. You have no idea how upsetting it is to discover J.Crew discontinued your favorite chinos.
Check out the official UFC 149 fight card, featuring Urijah Faber vs. Renan Barao on July 21 in Calgary.
NextMovie’s Nar Williams gives viewers and insider look at the Gibson Amphitheater and talks with Oliver Cooper about what it takes to be the best “dirtbag”.
“Wait a second didn’t The Black Keys already do a video for ‘Gold on the Ceiling’?” Yep, they sure did, but this video was directed by eccentric director Harmony Korine of Kids notoriety. And it’s just as anti-mainstream as one would expect from Harmony.
Take the spring break gore and action of Piranha 3DD from the big screen to the small screen of your Android or iOS device and let the feeding frenzy begin.