Breast implants have become a vital component to success in many corners of the women's fitness industry, which is ruled by conflicts of interest.
Twenty-five years ago this month, Tyson fell to the mat in front of a silent crowd in Tokyo. No one knew what to make of the moment. Amid the stories of love, loss, abuse, and betrayal, Mike Tyson's ring career lived and died by his opponent's jab.
MLS's frank assessment of league players is dictating its stance during CBA negotiations, which has led to an impasse in talks.
Driving a NASCAR pace car is supposed to be chill, but the reality is that it involves crashes, stolen cars, and a hypnotist.
After Chelsea fans abused a black man on the Paris Metro, the club needs to face up to the fact that it's been attracting racists from from across Britain for years.
What would you do if you had one week to live out your dream? A legendary amateur soccer team got to answer that question for themselves.
Two of Birmingham's most legendary skaters talk about the Paradise Forum, which has been bulldozed to make way for a couple of office buildings.
Almost thirty years after Street Fighter's first World Warrior tournament the world of mixed martial arts is finally catching up. We recount the techniques and moments that jumped right out of the game and into the Octagon.
The secret duels, conducted by a small number of university fraternities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, are all that remain of a once widespread practice called Mensur.
An all-female promotion in Thailand is doing its best to appeal to a wide range of male and female fight fans, even if it means instituting a rule that the women must fight with makeup.
Riddell dominates the football-helmet industry, and it seems to be doing so with slick advertising reliant on spotty science.
For decades, one of basketball's most beloved techniques has been under assault by ardent old-schoolers who want the dunk dead and buried.
NFL veteran and ESPN commentator Marcellus Wiley discusses his use of Toradol and the renal failure that he suffered as a result.
Not only did the movie offer one of the first truly successful examples of martial arts comedy, but it introduced zui quan, or drunken style kung fu, to the world.
While becoming a rising star in the pro boxing world, Danny Jacobs developed a tumor on his spine and was told he would never box again. Two years and six fights later, we caught up with the athlete before a major fight.
It's no secret that James wants to be seen a certain way, but whether or not he's earned the reputation he seeks is unclear.
I started boxing as an over-privileged, over-parented Jewish kid from the Philly suburbs, but I found something real inside the ring.
Former NFL tight end and writer Nate Jackson talks about when addicted players need to hit the streets for more painkillers since many are not covered by health insurance.
The Phoenix Open draws hundreds of thousands and it's all thanks to an anarchic spirit of fun and booze that flips off golf's boring culture.
In Part 3 of VICE Sports' three-part series, skier Pep Fujas returns to the backcountry to take on new challenges and bring his career back to where it started.
"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."
Maks Mielżyński got diagnosed with cancer when he was 20 years old and had to have his right hand amputated, but none of that stopped him from racing.
Banishing the worst of soccer's fans from stadiums has been a double-edged sword that Against Modern Football wishes to turn against those ruling the sport.
In Part 2 of VICE Sports' three-part series, Pep Fujas bursts onto the pro scene with a power and tenacity that pushes the limits of freeskiing.