Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win the 'King of the Road' competition, airing April 28 on VICELAND.
Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win Thrasher Magazine's King of the Road competition on VICELAND's new series, airing April 28.
VICE heads to the Bronx Wrestling Federation to meet former fighter John Torres, who now documents the theatrical Mexican-style wrestling matches as a filmmaker.
Every Friday before sundown, South Asian expatriates in Dubai gather in a sandlot behind a fish market to compete in a series of wrestling matches with the aim of pinning an opponent to the ground for two seconds.
The spending of Major League Baseball teams isn't reasonable, at the preseason scale or even for the big league games. But if you're being reasonable about sports, you're doing it wrong.
Charles Eugster, 96, is a runner, body-builder, public speaker, writer, rower, and wakeboarder. He also claims to be so healthy that his formerly grey pubes have turned brown again.
Then we brew up different flavors of kombucha with MUNCHIES and Noisey explains why New York's iconic Magic Shop recording studio had to shut its doors.
Then Motherboard explains how Facebook is using artificial intelligence in a new feature for blind users, and VICE Sports tells us how a lucha libre wrestling school is trying to change the sport's regulations.
Since Nick Blackwell was put into a medically-induced coma after his middleweight title fight with Chris Eubank Jr., the health risks of boxing have been back in the headlines.
We spoke to Ruqsana Begum, Britain's current Muay Thai kickboxing champion, about encouraging a new generation of sporting sisters.
Melody Henry explains how she combined her love for yoga with a music genre typically associated with darkness and anger.
The 'Cruyff turn' was somewhere between Turner and Picasso—the work of both a delicate craftsman and a wildly inventive revolutionary.
Then Motherboard explains the science behind automatonophobia, or the fear of statues, and VICE Sports tells us about Tony Barnette, an American MLB player who got his start in Japan.
Following the comments from tennis tournament CEO Raymond Moore that women should be thankful for their male peers, we spoke to women involved in grassroots tennis.
Just like in England, these Nepalese kids' main concern was getting through their schooldays so they could go skate.
The best female darts player in the world on how she got started, racism in the game, and her frustration with the disparity between men's and women's tournaments.
Then Collectively visits a music venue refurbished with with sustainable materials and VICE Sports explains why Duggar Baucom took a job coaching the worst college basketball team in history.
With Islamophobic hate crimes up 70 percent in London according to one recent police stat, Khadijah Safari is helping Muslim women fight back.
Then we hear about the cross-cultural street art festival POW! WOW! and the journey Malta's tallest man took to the NBA.
All without saying the names of the players, teams, or the event itself, for legal reasons.
Eddie runs a betting pool, also known as a "ticket," in federal prison, and says he's made about $7,000 in less than a year.
Police in Greenville, North Carolina, announced news of the 41-year-old BMX rider's death Thursday.
If the Montreal Expos ever returned, what kind of city would they be playing in?
Then we meet a guy who's becoming an authority on Mexican baseball without watching any of the games.