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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…
Saturday, 11 May 2013 00:00


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In today’s musical climate, rappers usually follow a simple format: hustle hard, get noticed, sign a record deal, make hit singles and then, if they’re lucky, start a label—with the cycle continuing with their newly signed artists. But for out-of-the-box thinker and businessman Rocko (born Rodney Ramone Hill, Jr.), the opposite is true. As the owner of A1 Entertainment (formerly known as Rocky Road Records), his artistic endeavors as a rapper is a side gig to his full-time job as a music mogul, which is something that will always come first in his life. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t…
Friday, 10 May 2013 00:00


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It’s always fun to revisit some of our favorite artists, and T-Pain is definitely one of them! Not only is he fun to hang with, but he’s always down to talk shop, so we were excited to see what the Nappy Boy Entertainment CEO added to his fleet of rides since we last touched base with him for his cover feature in Issue 66 back in 2010. Up first is his 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman John Cooper Works that’s ready for the track with standard high-performance tuning and parts, with its black and red paint scheme providing a sportier feel…
Carolina Panthers defensive end and team captain Charles Johnson might be nicknamed “Big Money” for his $76 million contract extension he signed in 2011, but he’s definitely not acting like it. The team leader is modest about his success and is more focused on living up to the hype of being a franchise player. Looking to lead by example so that the Panthers are a top team next season, Johnson isn’t going to be resting this off-season. Instead, he’s going to be working harder than ever to ensure his predictions about his team come true. But he won’t be all…
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 00:00

DeSean Jackson

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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is a trooper and steadily maintained his position as one of the team’s key players, even after a tough injury toward the end of the season. Back in November, during a Monday night battle against the Panthers, Jackson fractured his ribs, keeping him sidelined for the remainder of the season. Considered a “deep threat” in the Eagles offense, Jackson is looking to make up for a less than satisfactory past season next year and is looking forward to making the Eagles a top contender for next year’s Super Bowl. But as he heals during…
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 00:00

Pauly D

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It’s another typical weekend in Las Vegas and party goers at Vanity Nightclub inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino are amped up on drinks in anticipation of witnessing one of DJ Pauly D’s notorious sets. The opening DJ closes his set and Pauly D takes his place behind the turntables. Once changing of the DJ guards is done, Pauly D drops his first song and welcomes everyone to the club. The dance floor is now filled to the max with moving bodies, leaving no space between dancers as the crowd cheers for Pauly D’s set. What results is pure…
Thursday, 28 March 2013 00:00


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Multi-talented artist B.o.B (born Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr.) is a musical phenomenon. Not only can he play numerous instruments (including the piano, trumpet and guitar), but also has successfully been able to create his unique sound that fuses hip-hop, R&B, rock and pop into a cornucopia of amazing music that appeals to a vast audience. One could pinpoint his moment of success when his first single, “Nothin’ on You,” hit radio airwaves, propelling the Atlanta, GA musician into global fame with millions of adoring fans, but he thinks otherwise. “I used to sell candy in high school and there was…
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 00:00

Travis Barker

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Many purely think that tattoos are about self-expression, but for Travis Barker its deeper than that. As a walking canvas that vividly depicts various memories of family and friends, each telling a story about his life, Travis finds it hard to pick out a favorite since each one means something different. But he does mention that his passion for tattoos helped propel him to become the popular musician he is now.“When I was a trash man in Laguna Beach, I started to get a lot of tattoos. It was my way of forcing myself to go hard for what I…
Seattle Mariners’ pitcher Félix Abraham Hernández García, aka King Felix, not only reigns supreme on the pitcher’s mound, but he has also recently been crowned royalty in baseball history, thus making his moniker even more appropriate. The 26-year-old right-handed starting pitcher had the game of his life back in August of 2012, when he pitched a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays, resulting in a brilliant 1-0 victory and one hell of a celebratory day for both the clubhouse and fans. “It felt so unreal,” he describes. “That night something just felt different. Even in the dugout, my team…