The guy in this video is known as ‘Fight Smart Trav’ and you can visit his official site to learn more about self defence and how to protect yourself if you are unfortunate enough to find yourself and the wrong end of a beating.
What’s fascinating about this video is the fact that Trav doesn’t throw a single punch in defence, he merely bobs, weaves and moves his head. He’s so quick that his opponents soon tire and the challenge is over.
Chart a course for Fight Smart Trav’s website HERE.
Answers on a postcard, please.
Some designer, who was probably paid a princely sum, thought that the baby’s bib above a national flag was the in-look this rugby sporting season.
I’ve seen plenty of footballers diving for a penalty and the odd boxer faking a knockout but I’ve never seen a biker pretending to faint during a Grand Prix.
“During the Rio Grande do Sul State Moto Grand Prix, competitor Marlinton dos Reis Teixeira – known by his nickname Kalunga – was unable to make a turn on the rainy track and slipped. He lost precious seconds trying to return to the race and decided to go for a red flag by pretending to faint in the middle of the track. Several racers passed by him and luckily Kalunga was not hit. The MotoRacing Association of Rio Grande do Sul State found out about Kalunga’s apparent faint and banned the rider from the championship.”
A to the S to the S to the HOLE.
I’m a huge sucker for all kinds of minimalist pop culture themed posters. There’s something uniquely clinical and succinct about them, which is why I nearly had an aneurysm when I discovered these.
They’re created by BAMItsBernie who has his very own Etsy shop, where you can purchase these prints of the World Wrestling Federation legends which not only pay tribute to some of the most famous characters in sports entertainment from back in the day, but also reference each wrestler’s signature move. Bernie states:
Most avid fans of 80′s and 90′s wrestling would attribute its success not only to the wrestlers’ ability to entertain the crowd, but the spirit of the unique, well-branded characters compared to culture’s current indistinguishable counterparts. The WWF Legends Minimalist Poster Series became a challenge to tap into this theory to its rawest form and create designs that evoke the trademark personalities of the golden era of wrestling entertainment.
Each poster features the simplest of visual elements that are iconic to the respective wrestler, as well as their signature finishing move. Aged element for vintage/retro feel to fit with the appropriate time reference, and finished off with my BAM moniker insignia.
Chart a course for the entire collection HERE.
Yet another shining example of the British press. Not one but two papers today made the same mistake. The Daily Express and The Mirror published the pictures of the Dutch dressage team instead of the British dressage team. The Dutch won bronze, the Brits won gold. Attention to detail, that’s why the British press are the best in the world.