This is a vintage video of elderly ass-kicker John McSweeney teaching the ‘power strikes of combat karate’ so you can better defend yourself in the event a mustachioed man named Paul wants to do you harm. Or if Paul doesn’t actually want to do you any harm but you’re just
Note: Just watch the video, if you aren’t impressed by thirty seconds you’re unimpressible. This is a video of the first place sparring routine at the 13th World Wushu Championships in 2015 as choreographed and performed by Xiao Wu and Long Long Shi with an insane empty hand versus spear
This is a video of Destin of Youtube channel SmarterEveryDay and friends pitting a variety of different weedeater grass trimming lines against each other in a single elimination tournament, filmed at 28,000 frames/second. Destin says for about every two seconds of footage shot, they had about a half hour of
This is a video of a spiny flower mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergi, aka the target mantis due to the large eyespots on its forewings) performing a 7-minute defensive dance to let a presumed threat (in this case the cameraman) know that it will fight you, and it will tear you limb-from-limb
Because everyone gets hangry, this is a video from Victoria, Australia of Wallace the steer trying to move in on a donkey pal’s food and that donkey deciding now is not the time to be pals and donkey-kicking at Wallace to keep him — wait for it — at bray.
This is a video of two Canadian geese protecting their goslings from a hawk attack. When the hawk comes in hot one goes low to cover the babies with its wings, while the other takes to the air to meet the hawk in aerial combat. Honestly, I thought one was
This is a video from Denver, Colorado, where a resident on her balcony spotted two Jedi having a lightsaber duel “in 30° degree weather while it’s snowing outside.” Well sure, you don’t really postpone a lightsaber battle due to inclement weather. When you need to gut someone with a plasma
Because ninjas are everywhere, this is a video of a man demonstrating his nunchuck skills in a sort of mashup between nunchucking and baton twirling that features a number of throws and catches. I don’t believe those are traditional nunchuck stills. Oh — Michelangelo is shaking his head no with