Maynard James Keenan took a bit of time off his seemingly never-ending work schedule to help train high school wrestlers for a tournament. Keenan, a member of Mason County Central High School's 1982 class, aided 16 wrestlers in preparing for the Optimist Tournament in Scottville, Mich.
In what could have been a moment straight out of a Roadrunner cartoon, a high school wrestler is struck by a falling light fixture from the roof of the arena. The light fixture falling could not have been more perfectly timed. The wrestlers were resetting in the center of the ring when the fixture came crashing down on top of a wrestler on all fours. The fixture perfectly fit over the kids back
Professional wrestlers may seem like tough guys, but underneath their shiny spandex outfits and long, flowing hair (clearly a sign of ultimate masculinity), they have hearts of gold. Daniel Bryan, for example, recently met with a seven-year-old boy who has had brain cancer for almost four years, and says he's Bryan's biggest fan. It's okay if you need to go grab some Kleenex before you look at the
Over the weekend a young wrestler from a Middle School in Tennessee did something that a lot of kids his age would not think about doing. He intentionally lost a match, but unintentionally won the hearts of anyone that watches his actions in the video.
Portlandia has endeared the nation, nay, the world to the weird charm of Stumptown aka Rose City. Many might not know the area is actually a strip club haven – with exotic dancers that are more akin to SuicideGirls than Hooters waitresses. If you need further reason why Portland should be your next travel destination – we present Portland’s 2nd annual Bacon Cup, which combined man’s favorite food
George “The Animal” Steele was a popular professional wrestler during his stint in the World Wrestling Federation. This week, Steele was back in the headlines for what he did before a minor league baseball game.