I started boxing as an over-privileged, over-parented Jewish kid from the Philly suburbs, but I found something real inside the ring.
"When you come home, it's like you've been to the moon because there's no point in telling anybody. They don't understand."
Boston residents celebrated the Patriots' victory with a good old-fashioned wank sesh.
The game is just one day, but sometimes what happens in that TV room can affect your prison reputation for years.
After years on top, WWE feels more repetitive and stale than it has for decades.
Imagine a team combat sport where ten men climb into a ring and beat the living shit out of each other for as long as it takes until only one of them is left standing. How can America not love that?
If the 22-year-old found in a trash bin Sunday had chronic traumatic encephalopath (CTE), football oligarchs are in trouble.
I don't think that Jews are moneychangers or that slurs for Chinese people are OK, but a rich guy with my name apparently does.
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.
I wrestled boys. I wrestled girls. I wrestled anything, and everything, remotely within my weight class. I failed every time.
He's a World Cup winner and a cult hero from his time at Chelsea. Now Frank Leboeuf is trying his hand at acting, and he's actually pretty good.
It's always interesting to see what skaters do after their time is up in professional skating. We tracked down Chocolate alumni everywhere from weed dispensaries to auto body shops to real estate firms.
Ben McNutt is a Baltimore-based artist who is engaged in an intensive study of wrestling and the queer aesthetic.
Almost nothing is as addictive, apparently, as a video game that allows you to pretend that you are in charge of a soccer team.
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 assholes on earth.
After last week's heavy episode, it's time to relax and watch part three, where we cover Kenny Anderson's rise from a reluctantly sponsored Vegas local to "your favorite skater's favorite skater."
Every first Friday of the month, wrestlers come to Oakland, California, from all over the West Coast to brawl for a raucous 21-and-over crowd.
In this part we talk about Keenan Milton, who was one of the best on the Chocolate team before his tragic death by drowning in 2001.
At a Sunday gathering of the Hooligans Against Salafists, fans overturned a riot van and 44 police officers were injured in the ensuing violence.
Chocolate has always been an elite brand, so we jumped at the opportunity to do a "20 Years of Chocolate" episode. It gave us a chance to tap a lot of skaters that have never been featured on the show before, and its an honor just to ride in Chocolate's w…
A new film tells the story of Dock Ellis, a pitcher who fought the baseball establishment, partied harder than anyone else in the sport, and supposedly threw a no-hitter while tripping on acid.
Arsenal Fan TV is great, and so are Scottish soccer matches that end in brawls.
Sports media members that rarely cover women's soccer and the tone-deaf PR of US Soccer joined forces to, somehow, make Hope Solo a face of domestic violence in sports.
Fallon Fox is the first openly transgender fighter in MMA history, but losing to her in a fight doesn't mean Fallon has an unfair advantage. It just means she's better than you.