The video, seen above via Busted Coverage, is titled “Unluckiest couple at baseball game,” and it’s hard to disagree. That is some serious “Three Stooges” ish right there. The best part about the video is the way it replays several times kind of like the Keith Hernandez spitting video on “Seinfeld.” About the only thing to say to tell that unlucky fan is “nice catch, pretty boy!”
Former wrestler Jon Levi Miller suing opponent Clinton Woosley for fighting for real, causing him to lose testicle
Those of you who still believe wrestling is real like my buddy Will, look away. This story will change your life rather than entertain you. Former professional wrestler Jon Levi Miller is suing one of his past opponents. Miller, who is now 23 years old, claims Clinton Woosley –a.k.a. Guido Andretti — unexpectedly kicked him in the groin during a match last year, rupturing his testicle and forcing doctors to have to remove it. According to the Courier-Journal, Miller is also suing Coliseum Championship Wrestling and its owner, Sam Cosby.
The suit said that Miller, 23, was designated in advance by Cosby to win the match and that Woosley was designated as the “heel” or loser.
When Miller tried to “coordinate the match with Woosley as is the custom in the industry” before the two entered the ring, Woosley didn’t react in the normal way by discussing the choreography. Instead, Woosley indicated he understood the plan and told Miller “it would be OK,” the complaint said.
But Woosley decided to try to win by kicking Miller. Miller went down and the match was called when he couldn’t proceed, according to the suit.
Not cool. Miller underwent surgery the next day and doctors had to remove his testicle. Cosby claims Miller never indicated he was hurt and finished the match, winning it as scheduled. So let me get this straight: One guy claims he was in such pain that the match was called and another guy claims the match was completed as scheduled. Isn’t there some sort of tape that can be cued up or witnesses that were in attendance? This can’t be that difficult of a case to solve.
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A definite fine and possible suspension will be coming this week for Vikings defensive end Brian Robison. Throwing a punch in the NFL is already an automatic ejection, but Roger Goodell and company may want to look into adding nut shots to that list. During the Packers game against Minnesota on Sunday, Robison was on the ground when he booted Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang in the nuts while Lang was standing over him. Needless to say, it looked painful. Check out the Brian Robison-T.J. Lang nut shot, courtesy of Gifulmination:
Accidental nut shots like this one with a towel, this one on a tackle, and this one during Vikings practice on the Ol’ Gunslinger happen, but there’s no excuse for something like that. Lang is probably going to be talking in a high pitched voice for the rest of the night, so Robison better pay for it somehow.
When 18-year-old Taylor Statham took a knee to the groin during a prep school basketball game last October, it felt like any other shot to the stones: It hurt. Statham rolled around on the court floor in pain when the incident occurred and the swelling in his groin lingered for a few weeks. Thank goodness for that.
When we feature nut-shot stories here on LBS, the context is usually light-hearted and joking like the Novak Djokovic prank, Chandler Parsons taking one from a teammate, or Brett Favre experiencing an incident during practice. This particular knee to the groin, however, is hardly a laughing matter. In fact, it saved Statham’s life.
As The Dagger shared with us on Wednesday, Statham decided to visit his doctor after he took a blow to the groin from teammate Dushon Carter during practice last year. The 6-foot-6 center was attempting to incorporate taking charges into his game to make himself more appealing to Division I programs. Upon visiting the doctor, it was revealed that Statham had an aggressive form of malignant testicular cancer. Had he been examined a few months later, the doctor told Taylor it may have been too late to beat the cancer.
It has been quite a while since we’ve featured a nut shot video here on LBS. Those of you who enjoy them can thank the jokester of tennis, Novak Djokovic, for inspiring us to bring them back. On the court, Djokovic is known for being one of the best tennis players in the world. He is equally famous off the court, entertaining people with his hilarious impressions and quirky antics. Canadian reporter Jean-René Dufort became Djokovic’s latest victim recently after he was on the receiving end of a Jimmy tap. Check out the Novak Djokovic nut tap on a reporter video, courtesy of Deadspin via YouTube user TCtenniscanada:
The video would not be nearly as funny if Djokovic didn’t enjoy it so much. It became hilarious for me when I realized how hilarious Novak thought it was. Nothing wrong with being your own biggest fan.
The 9 points Chandler Parsons scored in double-overtime for Florida on Wednesday night to lead the Gators to victory came with a hefty price tag. Parsons hit some big three pointers during the win over Georgia that excited the Gators bench — maybe a little too much. Check out the Chandler Parsons nut shot video:
That may not look like much, but rat tails hurt no matter where you get them. Have you ever been rat tailed? Have you ever been hit in the nuts? Have you ever been rat tailed in the nuts? I didn’t think so. You have no idea what this man is going through. A true Wednesday night hero in every sense of the word. Thanks to Deadspin for the video.
It just seems to keep getting worse and worse for Brett Favre as the days go by. He’s had to face questions about allegedly sexting Jenn Sterger and sexually harassing her. He’s been accused of sexually harassing a massage therapist that worked for the Jets. His elbow hurts. His consectuvie games played streak could be in jeopardy if he’s unable to play because of injury or suspension. Now, he’s getting drilled in the nuts with footballs during practice.
It’s unclear when the above Brett Favre nut shot pictures took place because he reportedly didn’t practice on Wednesday. However, it must have been pretty recent as indicated by the protective sleeve he has over his throwing elbow. Check out the Brett Favre nut shot video:
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