The Wing Bowl, Philadelphia’s annual chicken wing eating contest which you should probably avoid at all costs, happened today at Wells Fargo Center. (Molly Schuyler won by eating 429 wings.) There was also a fight in the stands, presumably over something very important.
Argentina’s traditional summer tournaments came to an end last night with a suspension of the final Copa Ciudad de la Plata match due to both teams’ inability to cease punching and kicking each other.
Sergey Kovalev battered Jean Pascal in retaining his three light heavyweight belts tonight in Montreal, but the Russian wasn’t content to stop landing blows after Pascal’s trainer Freddie Roach threw in the towel after the seventh round. Kovalev brought up the failed attempts at unifying the light heavyweight title by…
In Austin, Texas, honor is taken seriously. As any Austintonian can tell you, traditions are strong. Traditions like the ancient and venerated art of solving mild traffic disputes with a ritualistic bat-and-pole fight, just like these two noble morons did Monday morning, at least according to a Tweeted video of the…
There’s no such thing as a friendly between Boca Juniors and River Plate. Every Superclásico is an opportunity for the bitter crosstown rivals to humiliate the other, and yesterday’s match was no different. Boca had three players sent off with direct red cards, and River lost two.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association has punished two Indiana high schools after their girls basketball teams fought on the court during a game Saturday.
A Canadian junior hockey game got a little out of hand when a hit on the goalie led to a line brawl. Things got even further out of hand when one of the referees decided to do some punchin’ of his own. In an unforeseen twist, things calmed down considerably after one of the coaches rushed onto the ice and tackled the…
The reportedly drunk heckler who drew Tony Stewart’s ire at the Chili Bowl nationals last night, prompting the NASCAR star to angrily confront him in the stands is a Tulsa County sheriff’s deputy according to an update today by the Tulsa World.
Multiple videos have turned up showing a guy arguing with NASCAR star Tony Stewart in the stands at the Chili Bowl. Witnesses on Twitter say the gent flipped Stewart off; we only know it’s smart to avoid confrontation with “Smoke” at a dirt track.
Motorcycles and dudes were swirling all around these two supercross men, but that didn’t stop them (well really one of them) from catching some hands. When you’re steady cutting off your competitor, that’s what you get, man.
There’s something about the game of soccer that turns (presumably) otherwise mild-mannered, law-abiding citizens into raving madmen. Players, fans, refs, even club officials often lose their minds when anywhere near a stadium. Here are our posts from 2015 documenting this curious sociological phenomenon.
Leyton Orient got themselves a big win yesterday over Portsmouth down in League Two, the fourth-division of English soccer. After the 3-2 win, Orient owner Francesco Bechetti ran onto the field and delivered a kick to assistant manager Andy Hessenthaler.
The Giants are getting the shit kicked out of them by the Panthers, who will almost certainly move to 13-1. Fans are apparently pissed off, and a few got into a fight in the bathroom of MetLife Stadium.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s matchup today with Josh Norman, perhaps the best corner in the game this year, is one of the coolest one-on-one matchups we’ve seen all year. On the Giants’ fourth play from scrimmage, Beckham burned Norman, and then dropped a perfectly good touchdown. A few plays later in the quarter, he and…
Update (2:00 p.m.): TMZ has retracted their report. The man in the above video is not Puig. TMZ said:
Franklin the dog, much like the team he represents, got walloped on by Robin Lopez last night. I can’t feel bad for ole Franklin here, when he asked for the asskicking.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are in Cincinnati for a big divisional game today, and as such, they’re fired up. Because everyone’s pumped and Vontaze Burfict was involved, this happened.
The Québec Major Junior Hockey League is a a wonderful hockey league spread across Québec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. It’s a charming part of the CHL, full of francophone names and, apparently, vicious brawls that even referees are powerless to stop. The Halifax Mooseheads (!) and the Saint…
Damontre Moore is no longer a New York Giant after getting cut yesterday. Now why would the Giants cut a third-round pick in the middle of a *stifles laughter* playoff push? Well: