The Notorious Conor McGregor
For those that don't know, Conor McGregor is an Irish mixed martial artist who is currently signed to the UFC. He had his debut MMA fight back in March of 2008 but in 2011 when McGregor began an undefeated winning streak of 8 wins, 7 of which were knockouts and 1 was a submission. This streak shined quite a bit of light onto him as a new fighter with a lot of potential. In February of 2013 McGregor signed a multi-fight deal with the UFC, later that year Irish television station RTÉ decided to follow him for six...
Nest of Giants
One of Vice's latest documentaries which set's about shining some light onto the icelandic culture of competing in the World's Strongest Man. Although Iceland only has a population of about 320,000 people, the country itself appears to have quite a large number of "strongmen" some of which Vice get talking to, including former Strongest Man Champion, Magnus Ver Magnusson who now runs a unique gym...
Frank Bruno: Gloves Off
Franklin Roy Bruno or simply Frank Bruno, is a former English professional boxer and WBC heavyweight championship title holder. Frank was known for his punching ability and who won his WBC title against Oliver McCall in 1995. Out of 45 bouts he won 40 and 38 of which were by knockout which gives him a 95% knockout rate of the fights he won. "Gloves Off" explores the in's and outs of Franks boxing career and includes many interviews with Frank himself, the people in his ring and some...
Cityhopper Europe
Armed with a professional inline skater, two professional cameramen, one photographer and a solid production crew, the plan was simple, hit 5 of Europe's finest cities, go to famous landmarks bring in the jump ramp and destroy the spots whilst catching it all on camera. This is the epic journey of Sven Boekhorst as he tours Europe, bringing with him his 80+ kilogram skate ramp, ripping up all the killer spots the continent has to...
Mick Foley: Hardcore Legend
A behind the scenes look into the world of Mick Foley, the professional wrestler who was best known for his outrageous hardcore matches where anything goes, from landing in a bed of thumbtacks to getting hit with a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, whatever the weapon it's safe to say Mick Foley has been on the receiving end. The world of wrestling may very well be staged but the pain suffered from the type of matches Foley took part in was very much a reality. This documentary gives us a view of Foley's life...
The Smash Brothers
The Smash Brothers is a 9 episode documentary web series created by East Point Pictures, it explores the in depth competitive gaming world of Super Smash Bros Melee, interviewing some of the scenes top...
Vince Carter: Beyond the Glory
His feats ares superhuman, he's a one man traveling circus flying through the air with the greatest of ease, twisting time and space in ways that his peers cant always believe. Despite his youth he has faced a lifetime of adversity, off the court his world was crashing down around him, he was betrayed by a trusted friend and then deserted by another. While Vince excelled on the world stage his brother languished in the county jail. He has invited criticism and he has demanded accounted demandability, this is Vince...
Floyd Mayweather
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is an American professional boxer currently residing in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is well known for never having been beaten as a professional and is described as a money making machine. He is a five-division world champion, having won eight world titles and the lineal championship in three different weight classes. Mayweather is a two-time Ring magazine Fighter of the Year, has won the Boxing Writer’s Association of America Fighter of the Year and the Best Fighter ESPY award five times. What a...
South Africa: The Party is Over
In June 2010 the eyes of the world were fixed on South Africa as it hosted the worlds largest international sporting event, the Football World Cup. It was billed as FIFA's most successful world cup to date and its president gave South Africa a nine out of ten. More over the tournament provided a month long break from the usual bad news about crime, corruption and property that has plagued the nation in recent years and gave ordinary South Africans a chance to bask in the limelight of this huge achievement. It...