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Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

Throwback: Kim Kardashian

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Before Kim Kardashian was “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” dating Kanye West or pregnant with North West, she graced the cover of our Issue 45, flaunting her notorious assets and her custom Range Rover by Platinum Motorsports.
Known for his brash persona, slick fighting style and flamboyant outfits in the ring, two-time world champion Paulie Malignaggi has carved out his niche in the contemporary boxing landscape. Malignaggi has fought against Hall of Fame opponents like Miguel Cotto, won world titles at light welterweight and welterweight and is now one of the most respected up-and-coming boxing analysts in the game.
Skateboarding is still Terry Kennedy’s favorite thing in the world, but it’s not what rules his world anymore. Life has certainly changed since we last caught up with TK in Issue 61. He’s now a father and a husband and isn’t professionally competing in skateboarding competitions anymore. But TK will never stop skateboarding, spending his time making skate videos, street skating at his favorite skate parks and entirely focusing on his Fly Society brand.
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 00:00

Nyjah Huston

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Today’s mainstream skateboarding contests allow skaters to earn six figures at a time. “Street Skating has taken over throughout the past few years, especially with contests like Street League starting up. Rob Dyrdek has created the best courses out there,” he says. Huston is arguably the best street skateboarder in the world and one of the most progressive athletes of our time. In 2013, Huston was awarded an ESPY for “Best Male Action Sports Athlete”, and later he launched a series of shoes with DC. As his accolades continue to build, so does his car collection. After getting his drivers…
Monday, 07 April 2014 00:00

Anthony Pettis

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“DID YOU SEE THAT?! He went up the wall like a ninja and landed a high kick! Unbelievable! I’ve never seen anything like that! It’s like something out of a movie!!” This was the actual televised play-by-play call when Anthony “Showtime” Pettis landed what has become known as “The Showtime Kick.” That kick, which many consider the greatest highlight in mixed martial arts history, helped him attain the unofficial title of the Most Exciting Fighter in MMA. But with his victory over UFC superstar Ben Henderson this past September, Anthony has now gained a more official title: The reigning, defending…
Nate Robinson may not be a giant on the basketball court at 5’9” but his personality and talent more than makes up for it. The Seattle, Washington native was first featured in our pages back in 2007 when he was just 23 years old with his first big NBA purchase – a 2005 Hummer H2. Now 29, the former University of Washington cornerback has long since said goodbye to his football years and has made a reputation in the NBA as being one of the most energetic and hardest working players in the league. Having learned a lot with the…
Friday, 22 November 2013 00:00

Chris Johnson

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The artistic parallels between automobiles and tattoos might not ring immediately clear for most, but for the producers of Spike TV’s “Ink Master,” bridging the subjective gap that comes standard with all things art, certainly results in entertaining television. Among the collection of unconventional challenges producers devise weekly to find the cream of the tattoo crop, Season 3 of the reality competition pitted 16 hopefuls against one very difficult opponent – the car grille – for Episode 2. Tasked with finding judges for the unique challenge, show mainstays Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck have spent decades with a tattoo machine…
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is pretty modest when it comes to his garage when compared to other NFL players’ collection. Instead of indulging in a head-turning fleet, Rice opts for a few necessities – a play car, family vehicle and his luxury ride. When he’s in a playful mood, Rice will choose his 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with a Hemi conversion to take out for a spin, which sits on 22” HRE TR45 wheels wrapped in 325/50R22 Nitto Trail Grappler tires and is dressed the vehicle in matte black. As his most stand out ride, Rice admits it’s…
Thursday, 06 June 2013 00:00

The UFC's Heavy Hitters through the years

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Tap, snap or nap…future UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes often gives opponents one of these three choices. The thing about fighting Hughes is that you already know what’s coming: he wants to take you down and either ground and pound you or choke you out. The question is: Can you stop it? Very few have. To put his career in perspective, the 34-year-old Hillsboro, Illinois native held the UFC Welterweight title longer than anyone in that organization’s history, and after almost 50 pro fights sports a better win percentage (.895) than the 1995-1996 Bulls (.878) from nearby Chicago, widely…
For off-road enthusiasts, unpaved roads provide an exciting adventure filled with dirt roads, twists and turns, sand dunes and so much more. It’s a chance to test the limits of their 4x4 vehicles, as well as run free on the open road. Now imagine the thrill of it all, yet only 100 times better… That’s what off-road racer “Ballistic” BJ Baldwin experiences each time he suits up for a race or goes out for a practice run in one of his prerunner rigs. “I feel that off road racing is the best kept secret in motorsports,” he confesses. “I’ve been…