I went to watch Lisa "Lights Out" McCallam and Stacy "The Hammer" Hayes fight it out in London's limping female fighting scene.
George Best's fame did him a disservice as he sunk into a life of alcoholism and domestic abuse that the media of his time chose to gloss over.
Wenger out. Rodgers out. Moyes in.
Oscar Taveras was a proud son of the Dominican Republic, and his sudden death has left his beloved hometown feeling unimaginable grief.
Fightball, a brand new sports league, thinks basketball should be more like the UFC. They may be on to something.
As Islamophobia spreads rampantly across the West, a British play aims to slash stereotypes and misconceptions about Muslim women through boxing.
But I'm the VICE writer David Whelan. Not the racist Wigan Athletic-owning David Whelan.
Greyson is more than just a skater, he's the fourth generation of a bloodline that has produced some of the most influential surfers ever.
What's wrong, Roy? There's a party in your mind but no one ever came? Was anyone even invited?
I wrestled boys. I wrestled girls. I wrestled anything and everything remotely within my weight class. I failed every time.
Tailgating has carved out its place in American football culture, but how exactly did it get started in the first place?
Kosovo produces great football players, but an ongoing struggle for independence has left its ambitions hamstrung by global politics.
Ebola paranoia led to Morocco withdrawing as host nation for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations and the situation is only getting worse.
Sports gambling has long been dominated by men, but 'KellyinVegas' is well on her way to the top
It's more than just a bunch of databases. It's a lifestyle.
Supporting Arsenal is like watching your dad get beaten up, again and again and again.
The history of transgender athletes tells us the US and the world still have a long way to go before they achieve true equality.
In a sport with no shortage of muscle but a notable dearth of flesh, the crop top provides a flash of surreal humanity.
Can Harry Redknapp's brand of "ancient men playing 4-4-2" upset a stalling City?
Aldo Simoncini's career is a striking example of human endurance.
Boxing, speed garage, racial tensions and the collapse of the industrial heartlands – for a few years in the late 90s, all that and more was wrapped up in one of the most dazzling cunts on earth.
Every first Friday of the month, wrestlers come to Oakland from all over the West Coast to brawl for a raucous 21-and-over crowd.
Surely no league has ever misused as much talent as the Premier League is in 2014.
The Magic Johnson of Montana rezball died last month in a car accident, but the stories of his greatness will endure.