Girl hit with shovel during fight gets Kendrick Lamar, Ludacris remix (Video)

There’s a tremendous Vine video that’s been going around the Internet on Cinco de Mayo, and it shows a young girl wearing yoga pants and a pink T-shirt getting KTFO by a shovel. The video is really priceless, and most people are sharing it with little regard for shovel girl’s well-being. But after seeing the full fight video, it’s hard not to say that she didn’t have it coming.

The full video is eight minutes long and provides a little context to the fight. It seems like two girls are fighting over a guy, so they arranged a fight at shovel-thrower’s house. It’s all rather civilized, too. They decided to fight on their fight, with no kicking or shoes involved. Really high-level combat rules from a couple of thuggish ruggish bones.

[Also see: Shovel girl has been identified - check her out]

Before the fight, shovel girl decides to go pet some chickens inside the chicken coup on shovel thrower’s house/barn. Then they agree to fight.

Shovel GirlShovel girl actually gets a lot of shots in and was beating up shovel thrower pretty badly. So much so that shovel thrower wanted the fight to end and demanded that shovel girl vacate the property, pronto.

When shovel girl taunts her in response and says she won’t leave unless the cops tell her to, shovel thrower says she’s going to get her BB gun instead.

But on the way to the BB gun, shovel thrower finds something much, much better: a shovel.

And she shows no hesitation when hoisting it at her enemy’s head. Goodness.

And the best part?

Shovel girl’s victory quote: “I beat her ass, so it’s OK.”

There you go. So now here’s the video remixed to Ludacris’ “Move Bitch”

And here’s the Vine video set to Kendrick Lamar:

What’s that? You say you want more? Here’s the full fight video:

[Also see: Shovel girl has been identified - check her out]

Luda video via World of Isaac
Kendrick Lamar video via Jersey Chaser

This Donald Sterling-Seinfeld mashup is the business (Video)

Now that the Donald Sterling audio recordings are almost week-old news, it’s about time we had some fun with it.

Our friends at Jersey Chaser created a funny yet highly inappropriate video containing the audio from the Sterling “informant” that you might want to check out. And the folks at Adult Swim did us even better. They mashed up the Sterling racist audio recording with a scene of George Costanza going to speak with George Steinbrenner in “Seinfeld.” It’s perfect. Nice touch with the JJ Redick wall portrait, too.

Seinfeld Donald Sterling mashup


Tip via Cordog

Shaq goes Animal House, breaks Brent Barry’s guitar (Video)

Shaq Brent Barry guitarShaq took a page out of the “Animal House” book for a funny skit during “Inside the NBA” Tuesday on TNT.

At a break during the Knicks-Nets game, TNT showed a funny clip of Brent Barry serenading some women with his guitar. Up stepped Shaq, who tore the guitar out of Barry’s hands, began singing “Jessie’s Girl,” and then smashed the guitar against a post like Brother Bluto. It was awesome.

Shaq of course continued on his pattern of insisting that Barry play the classics!

The only scene involving “Jessie’s Girl” that we’ve seen that was better is this one from “Boogie Nights”:

Ricky Springfield! He’s a buddy of mine!

Jeff Francoeur victim of epic prank, thought teammate was deaf (Video)

Jeff Francoeur deafJeff Francoeur was released by the Cleveland Indians during spring training and picked up by the San Diego Padres organization, which assigned him to the minor leagues. Little did he know that when he was sent down, he’d end up being the victim of one of the best pranks we’ve seen.

Frenchy’s teammates with the El Paso Chihuahuas of the Pacific Coast League convinced him that pitcher Jorge Reyes was deaf and managed to keep up the charade for a month, Decker tells us. As Reyes explains in the video, he went without listening to music on team trips despite how difficult it was, just to keep up the appearance that he was deaf.

The video was put together by first baseman/former 22nd round pick out of UCLA, Cody Decker, who has put together a handful of videos on his “Antihero Baseball” YouTube channel. Decker recorded interviews with players who provided commentary on how stupid Frenchy was for falling for the prank, and then he recorded Frency’s reaction to watching the final video. That was just a superb touch.

Excellent video, Decker.

Derek Jeter goes out of his way to give adorable fan a ball, struggles with woman (Video)

Derek Jeter went out of his way to ensure that the proper fan got a ball from him on Thursday, and he literally had to battle an adult fan just to do it.

Jeter began directing the fan and trying to point, but there were so many fans in the area clamoring for a ball from him that it was a struggle. He ended up walking all the way up to the stands and nearly had to slap an adult woman’s hand out of the way to finally get the ball to the adorable young fan he wanted to receive the souvenir.

I don’t know how much I blame the woman. Maybe she’s a huge Jeter fan and was dying from a souvenir from him, so props to Jeter for going out of his way to make sure the right person got the ball. But dang, I didn’t realize people that age got so desperate! Maybe it’s a Houston thing. And it probably would have helped if she weren’t wearing an Astros shirt.

Derek Jeter ball Yankees fan

H/T @JimmyTraina

Dodgers players attempting to speak Australian slang is all sorts of LOL (Video)

Hyun-Jin RyuThe Dodgers are in Australia to open up the MLB season with a series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and they’re having a lot of fun soaking up the culture while they’re there. Not only have we seen Vin Scully hang out with a koala, but the Dodgers players also shot a video where they attempted to speak in Australian slang. The whole thing was pure comedy.

Best part? Carl Crawford’s Southern twang won’t let him say that word! And Hyun-Jin Ryu saying crikey? That was fantastic.

Tennessee baseball cleans their field off like bosses (Video)

The Tennessee baseball team has an interesting pregame routine that would make any college coach in the country proud. Put it this way — you don’t ever have to tell these guys to put a little hustle into it.

Before home games begin, the Vols kick it into overdrive to get their team’s equipment off the field. They somehow manage to get their tarps and protective nettings off the field in roughly 30 seconds.


“When the opponents look across they’ve got to be thinking, ‘Boy, look at the energy level,'” Vols head coach Dave Serrano said. “I’ve heard a couple of coaches on opposing teams say, ‘That’s the way the field should be cleaned off.'”

No wonder these guys are off to a 17-2 start and are ranked 21st in the nation. If they put half as much effort into the games as they do in warmups, they should have no problem contending for a national championship.

Video via For the Win