Now this is a girl you want to take home to mom! What do you think -- real or fake?
Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two trucks driving in reverse. It's a thing of masculine beauty:
Then, of course, there's this compilation of more of his tremendous splits:
First, the original:
Now, the metal version:
That guitarist is awesome, by the way. He does a lot of great metal versions of pop songs, TV/movie theme songs, etc. Click here to check out his YouTube channel.
The UFC is celebrating its 20th birthday and posting a bunch of best-of moments and lists to commemorate the milestone.
They posted their list of the 20 best knockouts, but I thought some were a little "meh," so check out my
ten eleven favorites below.
Vitor Belfort KOs Wanderlei Silva: awesome for the speed and ferocity that Belfort goes after Silva
Rashad Evans KOs Sean Salmon: it's incredible how Salmon just folds after being hit with the kick
Rampage Jackson KOs Wanderlei Silva: this one has extra awesome sauce because of the rivalry between the two former-Pride fighters
Pete Williams KOs Mark Coleman: old-school stuff proving that just because you're big and muscular doesn't mean you can't get put to sleep
Lyoto Machida KOs Randy Couture: "Karate Kid," anyone?
Rashad Evans KOs Chuck Liddell: the beginning of the decline of "The Iceman"
Rich Franklin KOs Nate Quarry: this one is crazy to watch because Nate is completely out and stiff before he even starts to fall down
Dan Henderson KOs Michael Bisping: after a contentious season of "The Ultimate Fighter," the two coaches finally met, and Hendo pulled off what is maybe my favorite knockout of all time
Gabriel Gonzaga KOs Mirco Cro Cop: what an ironic way for the master of head kicks to go down, and boy, did he go down like a sack of bricks
Edson Barboza KOs Terry Etim: holy wheel kick, Batman!
Bonus knockout - Cheick Kongo KOs Pat Barry: this one is so great because Kongo was a moment away from losing -- twice -- but ends up with the greatest comeback knockout of all time
By the way, Dana White, bring a UFC card to Dallas!