General Sports

Odds and Ends: As if the restrooms at sports stadiums aren’t disgusting enough already

This is seriously one of the sickest old men man ever and he’s exactly why parents need to keep an eye on their kids at all times when attending a ball game.

A man whose trial two years ago made public a long-held fetish for drinking the urine of young boys has surfaced again in the Columbus area.

And according to complaints filed with Dublin police, his fetish still has him helpless to resist it. …

Official reports indicate he has been observed putting Saran wrap on toilet seats in public, sports-related venues with the apparent intent to drink any urine collected there.

It was that practice that drew Patton to the attention of Gahanna authorities in 2006. During his trial, authorities said he collected urine from boys at a movie theater — and at times even paid for it.

Seriously, not even Herbert the Pervert would do something that gross.

In other news…

[More Handy Than Capped]: Nick obviously never saw this before

[The Sports Muffin]: Wazzzup! Beer me!

[]: Karl Malone can’t get a ring in the NBA, so he’s heading to the NHL

[Faded Youth Blog]: Reggie Bush sports the sailor look, complete with big-assed hooker

[]: Six Flags isn’t always as much fun as the old dancing dude makes it seem

[]: Holland has our hearts

[Can’t Stop The Bleeding]: (SNARL) The Warrior is back (SNARL) and slower than ever (SNARL)

[Tirico Suave]: You can see it coming from a mile away, but it’s still hilarious

[]: Pacman’s old crib was massive

[]: A one-fingered salute to flipping the bird

And finally, the best video of a guy catching a batting practice home run ever recorded.

General Sports

Hulk Hogan kinda takes a step up from reality TV, but not really

Listen up, brothers! American Gladiators is back and badder than ever because Hulk Hogan is going to be hosting the new version of the old classic. Look for all the Eliminators, Human Cannonballs and Atlaspheres you can handle to hit the tube around midseason on NBC.

Hulk Hogan is an American icon,” Craig Plestis, an NBC vice president, said in a news release. “For over 20 years he has been a symbol of strength and toughness in all facets of entertainment. His electrifying personality will no doubt inspire Herculean efforts from our everyday challengers. There is no one more qualified to host this program.

We don’t know about how qualified the Hulkster is; after all, you do remember his appearance on the Teen Choice Awards don’t ya:

Be careful Zap, Thunder, Siren, Jazz, Bang, Boom or whoever else joins the AG crew, that could be you if you’re not careful. And then “Whatcha gonna do?!”


[]: NBC picks Hogan to pump up new version of `American Gladiators’

All Other Sports

Hulk Hogan’s kid is no champ behind the wheel

Nine times out of ten, we would never suggest that anyone go into professional wrestling, especially with the horrible writing that is dominating the WWE these days. And then there’s the whole Chris Benoit double murder-suicide thing that’s really putting a dark cloud over the world of pro wrasslin. But we think we might have found our exception to the rule: Nick Hogan.

The Hulkster’s kid is trying to become a race car driver but he doesn’t seem to be having much luck. Well, let’s just say he didn’t fare too well at the NOPI event held in Carson, CA on Saturday when he smashed up a perfectly good Dodge Viper. And we just so happen to have found some video of the crash from the inside out.

Good thing that pops has connections with the millions of Hulkamaniacs out there. Surely, one of them owns a body shop.


[]: Hulk Jr. Lays the Smackdown…On a Wall

General Sports

For relaxing times, make it Hulk Hogan time

So, what do you do when you’re a washed up wrestler who is currently bringing home the bacon by starring in a dumb reality show? Well, if you’re the Hulkster you take off to the other side of the globe, attach your image to a crappy commercial and sing an off key lullaby in your underwear for Bigflow. Geez, guess he never expected this to make it back to America. The only question left is, “Whatcha gonna do when the whole world is pointing and laughing at you, brother!”


[]: Hogan knows best in Japanese commercial