Manny Pacquiao sings ‘Frozen’ song in response to Drake (Video)

When Drake hosted the ESPYs in July, one of his better skits was his impression of Manny Pacquiao. During the skit, Drake did an impression of the Filipino boxer singing “Let it Go,” which is the famous song from the movie “Frozen.”

Proving that he’s a good sport and has a wonderful sense of humor, Manny decided to make the sketch come true by actually singing the song. You can see it in the video at the top, while video of Drake’s skit from the ESPYs is below. Look at how much Manny was getting into it!

Manny Pacquiao let it go

Antonio Brown kick gets incredible Karate Kid mashup (Video)

The Antonio Brown karate kick straight to the grill of Browns punter Spencer Lanning had to be the play of the weekend.

Just think about how bizarre it was.

It wasn’t a hurdle. It wasn’t a juke. It wasn’t a football move. Brown just straight up curb-stomped Lanning. And the people loved it.

The best part of the karate kick to the mask easily has to be this Karate Kid mashup video. I mean seriously, look at it. They splice Mr. Miyagi into it perfectly. It’s incredible.

Antonio Brown Karate Kid

Nothing will top that remix, but there are several other remix versions below that you’ll like.

Here is the Street Fighter/Mortal Kombat remix:

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Ickey Shuffle Geico commercials are awesome (Video)

Ickey ShuffleTrue story: I originally became a Cincinnati Bengals fan about 25 years ago because I thought the Ickey Shuffle was the coolest thing ever. I was about five years old then, so anything silly seems cool at that age. What I didn’t realize was that the Ickey Shuffle would still be that awesome when you’re 30. Geico did.

Geico unveiled a new campaign for the start of the NFL season that features former Bengals running back Ickey Woods doing his famous touchdown celebration dance in everyday situations, such as at the grocery store.

They even have an “IckeyFy” game at their YouTube channel.

Whether it’s Ickey doing the Ickey Shuffle or Dikembe Mutombo doing his finger wag, Geico seems to know exactly how to connect with sports fans.

Sidenote: I’m guessing Geico got the idea to put Ickey in the meat aisle because Woods was a meat salesman after his football days.

Motorcyclist crashes into car and lands safely on roof (Video)

Alright people, we have yet another incredible viral video that is making its way around the internet and we want your opinion. Is there any way a motorcycle traveling at speeds of well over 60 mph can crash into the bumper of a car and land safely on the car’s roof? It looks like that is what happened here.


As you can see, the motorcyclist flipped head over heels and landed on his feet. It appears he remained on the roof of the car as it drove down the freeway and presumably came to a stop.

We know people can do some incredible things with technology (remember the shark encounter we showed you a couple months ago?), so we’re a little skeptical that this is real. If it is, the driver of that motorcycle is truly one of the most fortunate people on earth.

Video via Sploid

Bas Rutten feels no pain, gave himself stitches after being cut by glass (Video)

Who knew Bas Rutten and Anton Chigurh had so much in common?

Rutten posted a video to YouTube on Saturday that documents the time he was cut in the thigh by a large piece of glass. As the video says, a six-pack of non-alcoholic beer broke and one piece of the shattered glass went deep enough into his leg to make it gush with blood. Rather than go to the emergency room where the waiting times can be excessive, Rutten decided to take care of the issue on his own.

The MMA legend proceeded to give himself stitches and didn’t even flinch at any possible pain. At one point, he even complained that the needle wasn’t sharp enough.

The video is graphic, so beware.

Survival tips. I mean, heck, what do you think people did before emergency rooms existed? And you really think a guy who was UFC heavyweight champion is going to be bothered by a few stitches? Look at this smile:

Bas Rutten stitches

Guy was loving it.

Glove touch to Bloody Elbow

Japanese actress Rina Takeda breaks 10 blocks with head before first pitch (Video)

Rina TakedaTwo of the greatest things in this world are baseball and “The Karate Kid.” What could be better than combining the two?

Prior to Sunday’s game between the Chiba Lotte Marines and Seibu Lions in Japan, martial arts actress Rina Takeda broke 10 stone blocks with her head and then threw out the first pitch.

Shockingly, the block breaking went much better than the pitch, but who’s complaining? `

Oh, and I guess that all the research on concussion effects hasn’t made it to Japan yet. People still think breaking things with your head for entertainment purposes is a good idea?

Forearm bash to Cut 4

Jeff Francoeur pranked again, trapped in coaches’ bathroom (Video)

Jeff FrancoeurJeff Francoeur was called up to the big leagues by the San Diego Padres on Wednesday, so his minor league teammates from Triple-A El Paso decided to give him a going away present.

Cody Decker, who has 13 home runs for the Chihuahuas this season, produced yet another video in which the team runs a prank on Francoeur. The last prank was an extremely elaborate one in which the team convinced Frenchy that teammate Jorge Reyes was deaf. This time they trapped Francoeur in the coaches’ bathroom.

The video has a “Snatch” feel to it and while it isn’t quite as good as the original — nothing could be — it’s still pretty enjoyable.