Artist Scott Modrzynski has created an awesome poster showcasing all the champions and various superstars that graced the squared circle of the WWWF/WWF/WWE throughout the years in cube format.
From 1963 with the very first WWWF World Heavyweight Champion, “Nature Boy” Buddy Rogers, to 2001 with the then Undisputed World Champion Chris Jericho, this poster contains more than 1000 entries. It includes all major championship reigns such as World Heavyweight, Intercontinental, Tag Team, and Light Heavyweight, as well as Royal Rumble and King of the Ring winners. It also includes some of the more famous jobbers.
It’s a beautifully done poster and I’m sure at least a few of you know I’m a fan of Wrasslin’s colorful characters. The level of detail and fact checking that went into this poster deserves tons of praise.
For any of you that know football or that have played football, you know that there are some plays out there that just seem like a terrible idea. But if Little Giants taught me anything, it’s that even the most ridiculous of plays will eventually work out.
Wrong ball? That kid is going to thinking for the rest of his like, “Holy crap, I seriously can’t believe that worked.”
I don’t know much about sports, but I’m pretty sure that pushing the ball with your foot while the refs are measuring for a first down isn’t exactly kosher.
Or maybe he was just having a little fun with it. Who knows? I don’t know. I don’t know shit about football. I just know that you can’t do that, Tony Romo. Bad quarterback.
Here’s a closer look with Vine.
The baseball players at San Diego State University hold an annual Halloween costume contest / game at the Tony Gwynn Stadium where all the players dress up and play a game of baseball while wearing their costumes.
That Jamaican bobsled team one…and without blackface? You’re doing it right.
Mountain biker Kelly McGarry, with a GoPro strapped to his head, jumps a 72 foot canyon gap while doing a backflip during the Red Bull Rampage 2013.
Surprisingly, this move only earned him 2nd place in the competition. But he took 1st place in the “Gave Me Sweaty Hands” competition that I just had while watching this.