Hart Vs. Ferrell
Which actor packs more punch: Kevin Hart or Will Ferrell? The funny duo brought their verbal and physical sparring skills to the SportsNation set. Watch the battle »
Ronda Rousey continues to conquer the world.
At WrestleMania 31, the UFC champion was sitting ringside when she was invited into the ring by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson -- and challenged Triple H and WWE chief brand officer/part owner Stephanie McMahon.
THE ROCK AND RONDA ROUSEY! WHAAAAAT!?! pic.twitter.com/caQw7gvkdf— SportsNation (@SportsNation) March 30, 2015
As basically nobody could take out Rousey at this point, the confrontation went as expected, with the MMA star doing this to McMahon:
All the while, the Internet lost its mind:
Even UFC president Dana White enjoyed it:
"SportsNation" host and wrestling superfan Michelle Beadle took a trip up the coast (well, to be technical, the 5 goes through the heart of California) to the Bay Area for WWE Wrestlemania 31 ... and chronicled her adventures on Twitter.
Here are some of Beadle's favorite moments and images inside and outside the ring, featuring wrestling personalities such as announcer Jim Ross, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Ronda Rousey and more:
His "YES! YES! YES!" chant inspired the Pittsburgh Pirates last April, Michigan State basketball last January and, most triumphantly, the World Series-champion San Francisco Giants last season.
On Sunday at Wrestlemania 31 in Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California -- not far from the Giants' home field -- Daniel Bryan took the Intercontinental Title, beating out defending champion Bad News Barrett, R-Truth, Dean Ambrose, Stardust, Luke Harper and Dolph Ziggler.
This is the second year in a row Bryan won a Wrestlemania title; the man behind the "YES!" movement won the Heavyweight Championship in 2014.
Daniel Bryan is your NEW IC champion. Quite an exchange of headbutts with Ziggler. 1st step in elevating the title back to prestige.— Jimmy Korderas (@jimmykorderas) March 29, 2015
Somewhere, Hunter Pence is pleased.
It has been five years since Duke's most recent Final Four appearance -- an eternity for the Blue Devils -- so a certain amount of uninhibited joy was to be expected after they beat Gonzaga 66-52.
But man, was Coach K pumped to be headed to Indianapolis.
GIF: Coach K goes nuts pic.twitter.com/2WVhhHd02Q— Jamie O'Grady (@JamieOGrady) March 29, 2015
Believe it or not, that wasn't the most enthusiastic celebratory jig that took place in Houston on Sunday. That title goes to this band member who was quite pleased to get a high-five from Quinn Cook.
We're gonna go out on a limb and say that kid won't be washing his left hand any time soon.
H/T The Cauldron and Vinny Viner
Late in the Michigan State-Louisville game, Cardinals sophomore center Mangok Mathiang stepped to the free throw line with a chance to tie the score. And then this happened:
So how exactly does one react when a 48 percent free throw shooter forces overtime with a shot like that?
Karma, it seems, was on Sparty's side, though. Michigan State cruised in overtime to win 76-70 and advance to its seventh Final Four under coach Tom Izzo.
H/T Vinny Viner