Boxing legend Muhammad Ali died Friday evening at a Phoenix hospital, according to a press release from family spokesperson Bob Gunnell. He was 74 years old. The release did not specify the cause of death.
Here are two black mambas—the world’s most dangerous snake—fighting each other for the right to mate with a female black mamba. They’re engaging in a form of plaiting combat where they twist their bodies in a braid in hopes of making the other black mamba submit. It’s basically a never ending shove match that goes on…
Researchers at Keio University spent weeks showing laboratory mice footage of mouse porn, mouse fights, and mouse sniffing. They found out that mice can distinguish between social behaviors—and that they prefer seeing fighting to sex, unless drugs are involved.
Punching opponents in virtual reality is as awesome as it sounds, but soon it’ll also be a double-edged sword. Meet Impacto, an armband that re-creates the experience of actually being punched–without the pain, of course.
It’s a story as old as time, two guys fight over a girl for her love. Only it’s been remixed with hilarity and ridiculousness as the two dudes karate fight on the ground in an epic stop-motion video that makes it look like a 2D video game like Street Fighter. The battle goes on and on so creatively all over the park…
Japan’s Namiki Laboratory is known for its robotic arms and high-speed vision systems that can move and react faster than a human being can. That’s the neat part. The scary part is that for some reason the researchers there have decided that teaching their creations to effectively fight with swords was a good idea.…
Tomorrow you'll gather around the Thanksgiving table with your family—those precious few souls that walk this cold Earth draped in the same flesh and blood that coat your weary bones. Invariably, they will say something that makes you want to murder them or, at the very least, ruin dinner in the process of setting…
It's a Roomba-eat-Roomba world out there and these two plucky floor cleaners are playing for keeps. By which I mean their drunk owners taped knives and balloons to them and forced them into combat. It's adorably dangerous!
The skeletal recognition tech behind Kinect is useful for way more than just gaming. It's good for sign language, cheating at pool, and (duh) porn. But it could help stop violence, too. Thanks to Kinect, security cams could automatically know if they're witnessing a beat-down.
It's no Real Steel, but damned if these tiny robots duking it out in the SupaRobotAttack fighting league aren't incredibly entertaining to watch. Not only are they surprisingly nimble, articulated, and agile, they're also all dressed up in kung-fu-movie-esque costumes which most certainly adds to their appeal.
Do you spend every night in a subconscious game of blanket tug-of-war with your bedmate? Now you can use a winner-take-all approach with this MMA-approved cage match bed that lets both of you playfully battle it out and decide who gets the majority of the sheets before you fall asleep.
As much as the news cycle would want to move on and declare "victory" in Libya there is still very much a war going on there.
TANGO ZULU, TANGO ZULU, THIS IS RED NINER, CAN YOU HEAR ME? GOD DAMNIT, YOU'RE BREAKING UP. WE'VE GOT HOSTILES ON THE GROUND, NEED AIR COVER NOW! DO YOU READ ME? Oh forget it, I'll just tweet at you.
Who are these brave Russian gladiators? And why have they electrified two swords with which to fight? The world may never know their names, but we will know what to call them: heroes. Dear, sweat, idiot heroes. [Buzzfeed]
For many MMA fighters, surgeon Frank Stile offers the ultimate combo: more fighting and less bleeding.
The Silicon Valley Fight Club has been around for quite a while now, but this documentary shows the grown up nerds actually fighting. They smash keyboards on each other, use vacuums in fights, anything really. It sounds like a joke, I know, but watch the documentary, this club really exists and means a lot to these…
As much fun as it will be unleashing your motion-detected fists of fury via PlayStation Move, nothing will ruin the illusion faster than hurling your controller through your TV screen. CTA Digital's glove peripheral will help keep the peace.
Vice TV, going where no other news outlets dare: This time, it's Segway instruction from an NYC weirdo named Itsy, then stage combat light saber lessons with the NYC Jedi Academy in Brooklyn. Then, fight!