What you are watching is a brief portion of a freestyle wrestling match that took place at Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok, Russia. I don’t know if anything preceded this little scuffle, but I imagine the guy in red was getting worked, because those are the kicks and slaps of a desperate, frustrated man.
This might be the wildest, most bizarre sports fight I have ever seen. Massive brawls between teams or alcohol-fueled fights in the stands I get, but this? Why did the goalkeeper trip the celebrating player, why did the second guy trip him, and WHY DID THE THIRD GUY COME OVER AND KICK HIM IN THE FUCKING HEAD?
In 2006 Jason McElwain, a high school basketball manager with autism, was put into a blowout and proceeded to knock down six three-pointers in just four minutes. Nearly a decade later this has become a Thing in high school sports—letting a student with special needs get into a game for a play or a couple of…
On Monday, video of a particularly nasty brawl between Cardinals and 49ers fans made its way around the internet, and one participant in particular caught the eye of Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett.
On New Year's Day in Philly, we have something called the Mummer's Parade. Stripped down to its basics, it's an event in which men dress in feathers, a wide array of costumes or as women and prance down Broad Street. Some people think it's a grand time. They're entitled to that opinion, I guess.
The Chinese men's national basketball team apologized today for its most recent on-court brawl, in a designated "friendly" match against Brazil on Tuesday. Players and coaches blame it on bad calls — all within the first sixty-six seconds of play.
Oh, those wacky, dedicated football players. The fight took place at Russell House, which despite it's quaint evocation of an antebellum bed and breakfast, is evidently a main dining hall on campus. Five football players scrapped with five "non-students," who were evidently impressed by the Zagat Guide's rating of the…