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Ueli Steck Conquered The World’s Great Mountains — Until Everest Conquered Him
Ueli Steck may have been Earth's best mountaineer, but one tragically bold attempt on Mount Everest brought his impressive life to an end.
The Story Behind Mount Everest’s Most Famous Dead Body
Hundreds of people have passed by Green Boots, but few of them actually know his story.
Boxer Manny Pacquiao Built 1,000 Homes For The Poor In His Home Country
Pacquiao earned over $150 million for his highly-anticipated 2015 ‘Fight of the Century’ against Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Man Who Lost Nine Fingers On Everest Dies During Eighth Attempt
He was found roughly 24,000 feet up and just under 5,000 feet from the summit.
How “Disco Demolition Night” Turned A Major League Park Into A Riot Scene [VIDEO]
"Beer and baseball go together, they have for years. But I think those kids were doing things other than beer."
The Story Of Terrible Ted — The Pro Wrestling Bear Who Grappled With The World’s Best [VIDEO]
Terrible Ted made the rounds in WWA fighting, taking on some of the most famous names in wrestling, and almost always coming out on top.
Lifeguard Eddie Aikau Saved 500 People — But No One Could Save Him
Legendary surfer and lifeguard Eddie Aikau saved hundreds of lives on the beaches of Hawaii in the 1960s and 1970s. But, in the end, he was the one who needed a rescue most of all.
That Time Hulk Hogan Bodyslammed André The Giant [VIDEO]
Hulk Hogan bodyslamming André the Giant was heard around the world. But, how did the biggest match in wrestling history come together?
These ’70s Yankees Pitchers Wanted Each Other’s Wives – So They Made The Trade Of The Century
Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson switched entire lives – including wives and kids – after one fateful barbecue.
Raw Sewage Spills Onto Dodger Stadium Field, Canceling Game
The lake of sewage ended the game early as the stadium officials scrambled to figure out how to stop it.
The First Woman To Run The Boston Marathon Was Almost Kicked Out For Her Gender
Kathrine Switzer made history when she entered the Boston Marathon in 1974, as the first woman ever to do so. But during the race, several officials tried to stop her.