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You can say what you want about Cristiano Ronaldo, but he is certainly one of the best soccer players in the world. The Portugese footballer is also apparently a pretty good fighter, as evidenced by his fists of fury during Real Madrid’s game against Atletico Madrid yesterday.
These robbers didn’t know who Mayura Dissanayake was. We didn’t either, but we’ll never forget him after this.
It’s only June 12th, but we’ve probably already had the best baseball brawl of the season. Don Mattingly threw a coach onto the ground. Turner Ward got shoved into a railing. Mark McGwire got heated. It was awesome.
I don’t like to promote violence, and so rarely will I post a video of dumb sports fans beating the crap out of each other in a fit of drunken rage/stupidity/anguish over a basketball team losing a game. But this fight after last night’s Spurs-Lakers game is just too apt an analogy. It must be noted.
The Clippers’ Ryan Hollins Channels His Inner High School Bully, Puts Little Goran Dragic In A Headlock For No Reason
Having already put together a perfect night from the field (2-2) and collected four fouls in just nine minutes of play, Clippers reserve Ryan Hollins symbolically dropped the microphone and walked offstage by putting Goran Dragic in a headlock and keeping him there while arguing with officials and just about everyone else.
You thought those disciplinarian Harbaughs would never employ a player who would lose his cool in the biggest game of his life. Well, you thought wrong. We’ve got video of a rare Super Bowl fight(!), after the jump.
Suspensions probably await Kris Humphries and Rajon Rondo this morning after the scene that transpired at the TD Garden Wednesday night. A fun 41 seconds awaits you!