Tag Archives: injuries

  • Weightlifter Drops 545 Pounds On His Chest, Doesn’t Die (Video)

    Weightlifter Drops 545 Pounds On His Chest, Doesn’t Die (Video)

    Can you even fathom bench pressing 545 pounds? Do you think you even have any idea what 545 pounds feels like? Because I sure as hell don’t. The guy you’re about to see in this video does, though. And he also knows exactly what it feels like when you drop 545 pounds on your chest—and walk away […]

  • 15 Biggest Season-Destroying Injuries of the 2013 NFL Season

    15 Biggest Season-Destroying Injuries of the 2013 NFL Season

    Every year, come the end of November, injuries become the biggest stories of the NFL season. This year is no exception. We’re now heading into Week 12, and once again it’s looking like half the playoff spots will go to the teams that manage to keep their biggest role players healthiest the longest. Today we’re […]

  • Saints’ Jabari Greer Suffers Nasty Leg Break (GIFs + Video)

    Saints’ Jabari Greer Suffers Nasty Leg Break (GIFs + Video)

    You know how every once in a while a football player will suffer an injury that makes the pit of your stomach drop when you see it? Fair warning: This is one of those injuries. The unlucky sufferer of this almost-unwatchable leg injury was New Orleans Saints cornerback Jabari Greer, who went down in a […]

  • Pascal Dupuis Pulls Out His Own Teeth, Doesn’t Miss a Shift (Video)

    Pascal Dupuis Pulls Out His Own Teeth, Doesn’t Miss a Shift (Video)

    There’s really not much point debating which sport has the toughest athletes. You could make a strong case for a number of them, especially football and rugby. Hell, even basketball, baseball, and tennis might have their proponents.  Soccer, golf, and bowling? Not so much. That being said, if you wanted to make a case for […]

  • Rejoice, Chicago: Derrick Rose Is Back (Videos)

    Rejoice, Chicago: Derrick Rose Is Back (Videos)

    I’m not a Chicago Bulls fan, but to me it was starting to feel like Derrick Rose was never going to come back. In Chicago, his one-year absence must have felt like a decade. After becoming the youngest player ever to win the NBA MVP award during the 2010-11 season, Rose struggled with injuries in […]