mercredi 25 avril 2018

30 for 30: You Don't Know Bo: The Legend of Bo Jackson full episode

30 for 30: You Don't Know Bo: The Legend of Bo Jackson full episode.

The life story of one of the greatest athletic specimens who ever lived. Two sports athlete (MLB & NFL) Vincent "Bo" Jackson.

Born November 30, 1962, Bessemer, Alabama, USA
Bo Jackson was 6'1", 234 lbs, age 24 in his rookie year.
Ran a 4.12 seconds 40-Yard Dash
and a 400 lbs Bench Press.

MLB Baseball was his first sport.
NFL Football was his hobby as he said.

He could break baseball bats over his knee and over his head.

Bo Jackson was blessed with phenomenal and freakish raw athletic abilities.

Bo Jackson A Football Life from RaiderCentral on Vimeo.

Interesting links about Bo Jackson:

mercredi 18 avril 2018

Steve Strong DiSalvo 500 lbs Bench Press

"Sadistic" Steve Strong / Steve DiSalvo was billed at 6'2", 310 pounds with 23 to 24-inch biceps. He was one of my favorite wrestlers when he used to wrestle in Lutte Internationale in the 80s.

WWC: Esquina Caliente con "Sadistic" Steve Strong (1989)
Steve Strong is toying with 500 pounds on his chest.

Born April 7, 1949 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It seem that Steve Strong had a late start in pro wrestling at the age of 36 years old. He was 40 in the above video footage.

Sources and related links:

HBO Andre The Giant Documentary 2018

samedi 7 avril 2018

6 types of Intermittent Fasting

Everything You Need to Know About Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting
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The Undertaker drags Hulk Hogan behind his motorcycle

"American Badass" The Undertaker drags Hulk Hogan behind his motorcycle.
The Undertaker draging Hulk Hogan behind his motorcycle 
during his "American Badass" biker period.

It was my favorite version of The Undertaker.

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