Texas Tech Football Team Executes Perfect Tribute To John Cena

Texas Tech Football Team Executes Perfect Tribute To John Cena

"Taking on the personas of Titus O'Neil and John Cena, the two coaches gave you everything you could possibly come to need in a professional wrestling match.

A championship belt, high energy entrances, crowd work, cheap shots, and a giant spot invoving a table to close out the match (that attitude adjustment was legit, btw)  proving, once and for all, even athletes are giant nerds for pro wrestling."

Flight Attendant Impersonates Just About Every Looney Tunes Character You Can Think Of

Flight Attendant Impersonates Just About Every Looney Tunes Character You Can Think Of

"I'm always weary of when people say, "hey check out this impression of _____, it's pretty good."  Most of the times you just have to smile and nod politely like, "good job, that wasn't completely terrible."

Fortunately, that's not the case for Southwest flight attendant Zach Haumesser who took the mundane nature of the flight announcements and turned them into something special."

THROWBACK: That Time Donald Trump (And I) Started A Dance Craze

THROWBACK: That Time Donald Trump (And I) Started A Dance Craze

"My good friend Jim Manning turned Trump's jibberish into remix gold.  Although the remix always felt like it was missing something.  Sure, Trump was stringing together some sounds to try and make what he thought was a cohesive argument, but this political moment and remix required more."

Sober Reflections: UFC Fight Night: Arlovski vs. Barnett

Sober Reflections: UFC Fight Night: Arlovski vs. Barnett

"Stop me if you've heard this one.  Heavyweight gets poked in the eye, ref fails to see it, heavyweight's opponent sneaks in a quick uppercut, heavyweight gets a moment to collect self, captures his opponent's arm into a double wrist lock, sweeps, works to mount and secures the finish via rear naked choke."

Underappreciated: SWV's "Right Here (Human Nature Remix)"

Underappreciated: SWV's "Right Here (Human Nature Remix)"

"Thankfully Riley had the foresight to push the song in an entirely new direction.  Combining it with the soulful sounds of Jackson's hit (likely getting his permission after working with the megastar on his Dangerous album).  

Gone were the unnecessary fast beats, oddly placed harmonies, and weird rap solo.  

In was a trademark MJ falsetto, a short guest rap hook from Riley protege, Pharrell Williams (yes, THAT Pharrell, who provides the memorable 'S-Double-U-V-V' refrain), and a cameo from Keiko the Killer whale in the video."