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sportsetcopines:

Sports Portrait: Danny Meeuwsen Lennard Gerrits de Inbeelder


Danny Meeuwseen was the Dutch national champion at 100kg three times. In 2002 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, but has since made a full recovery. He is now a physiotherapist.

sportsetcopines:

Sports Portrait: Danny Meeuwsen Lennard Gerrits de Inbeelder

Danny Meeuwseen was the Dutch national champion at 100kg three times. In 2002 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, but has since made a full recovery. He is now a physiotherapist.

Fabricio Werdum vs. Travis Browne

Daaaaang ya boy got beat down. That’s embarrassing. 

(Source: jillsandwich)

The story goes that this guy always had hot chicks in his videos, and some other Indian pop star said he wouldn’t ever be popular if it was just him in the videos. So he made this video.

over9000blog:

Petch eak Sitjaopho being badass as usual. Those some slick kicks.

-c

Jesus f’n Christ…

Alone With Everybody

bewitched-delinquent:

the flesh covers the bone
and they put a mind
in there and
sometimes a soul,
and the women break
vases against the walls
and the men drink too
much
and nobody finds the
one
but keep
looking
crawling in and out
of beds.
flesh covers
the bone and the
flesh searches

art-of-swords:

Hand-and-a-half Sword

  • Dated: circa 1250 — 1350
  • Place of Origin: Germany
  • Medium: steel, copper, leather, wire
  • Technique: sword, cast, with either inlaid copper or latten decoration, or incised cross decoration
  • Measurements: overall length, 115 cm; blade length, 89.5 cm; blade width at hilt, 4.9 cm; grip width, 28.5 cm; cross width, 30.5 cm; pommel diameter, 6 cm; pommel depth, 15 cm; weight, 1.40 kg

A Hand-and-a-half sword or bastard sword. (‘Great sword’, or ‘War Sword’, or ‘Great Espee d’Allegmagne’) of XIIIA Type. It has a very deep wheel-shaped pommel with very small central boss, with a cross (once inlaid with latten or copper) or incised on one face. It features a long tang, with restored 19th century grip. The straight cross of rectangular section is widening toward the tips from broadened midpoint. The long, heavy blade, tapering very slightly, comes with a wide shallow fuller running two-thirds of its length.

Big hand-and-a-half swords of this kind were very popular, according to many literary reference and much pictorial and monumental evidence, during the century 1250-1350, though it is now known that they were in use at least a century earlier. The fact that contemporary writers referred to them as ‘Grans Espees d’Allemagne’ (Great swords of Germany), and that German monumental sculpture shows very many of them, does suggest a German tendency. However, they are also shown upon very many Spanish effigies of the same period.

There are also many 13th and early 14th century references to ‘Espees de Guerre’, ‘Swords of War’, ‘Schlachtschwerte’ and so on to distinguish them from the smaller kind of sword (‘Arming Sword’ in 15th century English) and to set them apart for their prime use as battle-swords. They are not to be confused with two-handed swords. A sword of the same dimensions with a similar hilt, including the cross in the central boss of the pommel, is on the tomb-effigy at Bopfingen in Wurttemburg, dated 1359, and there are others in Germany, Spain and England, all dating between circa 1320-1360, too numerous to mention individually.

Source: Copyright 2014 © Images & Text, The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Reblog if you’re a wrestler!

forever-helpless:

wrestlingisbest

Does high school twenty years ago count?? I don’t practice wrestling only these days but use it all the time in judo, mma, and jiujitsu.