Crime in Sports

Crime in Sports

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Two comedians take an unmerciful and hilarious look at athletes who have lost big games…with the law! Crime in Sports does the research, and finds the funny in the world of sports true crime. New episode every week!


#210 - An Arrest-Free Celebration!! - The Freeness of Lenny Dykstra w/ special guest Lenny Dykstra
May 25 • 111 min
This week, we check in with a man who we have done two episodes on, but now we check in with the man himself, Lenny Dykstra!! We sit have a chat with Lenny about what he’s been up to, since his last arrest, what he thinks about baseball in the age of…
#209 - Where Did That Rat Come From? - The Captiveness of Paul Hayward
May 18 • 156 min
This week, we check out a man who played a sport we know nothing about, rugby. That said, we skip most of the sports, and dive directly into crime. He tried to make a little extra money, doing some dirty things, and got caught. In Thailand. With a LOT of…
#208 - Championship Level Drama - The Litigiousness of Scottie Pippen
May 12 • 175 min
This week, we look at a very successful person, who never seemed like they’d turn out to be so successful. He was a six time NBA champion, who played next to the great of all time. He also spent money in dumb ways, drove a little tipsy, was a little…
#207 - A Mushy Minded Murder - The Audaciousness of Del Fontaine
May 4 • 152 min
This week, we go back in time to look at man who had it rough. He had over 100 boxing matches, back before we even knew what CTE was, the 1920’s/1930’s. This all resulted in bizarre behavior, culminating with a jealous outburst at both his mistress… and…
#206 - A Fiend For Violence - The Savageness of War Machine AKA Jonathan Koppenhaver
Apr 28 • 163 min
This week, we look into a man who makes it REALLY hard to like him. His first, second, and third responses are all the same, violence. He attacks people in public, in bars, and worst of all, in their own homes. All the signs were there, but the world…
#205 - Diving Into Death - The Ironicness of Bruce “The Comeback Kid” Kimball
Apr 20 • 143 min
This week, we jump into the deep end of a murky pool. A man who was raised to be a champion, from the time he was in diapers. He was on a clear path to a gold medal when tragedy struck, and he was severely injured in a car accident. His remarkable…
#204 - Handcuffs & Wedding Rings - The Domesticatedness of Jerramy Stevens & Hope Solo
Apr 13 • 169 min
This week, we take a look at a guy whoo seems to have been getting arrested since birth. From high school, and beyond, he developed a pattern of having no regard for rules, the law, or other human beings, then having people get him out of trouble. He…
#203 - More Lives Than A Drug Addicted Cat - The Profligateness of Marty Jannetty
Apr 7 • 178 min
This week, we bodyslam our way through the story of a man who defines the term “wasted potential”. No one in wrestling history has been given more chances to be employed, or screwed those chances up quite so badly. He did plenty of drugs, fought cops in…
#202 - The Junkie Debating Society - The Obstinateness of Alan Wiggins
Mar 31 • 169 min
This week, we check out a nearly forgotten baseball player, who was once the catalyst behind a team that went to the World Series, but just a few short years later, he was out of the sport, all together. Why? Cocaine, and plenty of it. Also, he had quite…
#201 - Pouring Champagne On A Fire - The Downhillness of Steve “Franchise” Francis
Mar 24 • 164 min
This week, we talk about a man who somehow went from dropping out of high school, to the NBA in a matter of a few years. He sold crack, and ran the streets but always kept his basketball dreams alive, and eventually it paid off, at least in money. But he…
#200 - Elvis Dies Tonight - The Vengefulness of Tim “Doc” Anderson
Mar 17 • 183 min
This week, we take an extra long look into one of the strangest stories that we’ve had in all 200 episodes. A boxer, a large, redheaded man called “Elvis”, drugs, a threatened quadriplegic, guns, murder… This story has it all. When a boxer feels he is…
#199 - Heads Are For Hitting - The Conspicuousness of Mark Gastineau
Mar 9 • 160 min
This week, we follow the trail of a man who has been living on the edge for 40 years. A star NFL player, from a tiny school, that ends up setting the single season sack record. He also started a Studio 54 brawl, went out with movie stars & models, had a…
#198 - Many Musclebound Murders - The Anabolicness of David Bieber
Mar 2 • 167 min
This week, we look at a man who was obsessed with looking good. He even tried to make a career of bodybuilding, but ended up selling steroids, getting involved in love triangles, and plotting murders. Just when police are closing in on him, he disappears.…
#197 - Hard To Defend - The Irritableness of Anthony “Rumble” Johnson
Feb 24 • 154 min
This week, we check out a fighter, with fierce reputation, in the ring, and a less than stellar reputation, outside of it. He came from a less than ideal background to make it to the top level of MMA, but little things, like pesky arrests kept getting in…
#196 - A Violence First Approach - The Hardness of Vinnie Jones (And The Scummie Awards!!)
Feb 18 • 171 min
This week, we look into a man who always used violence as a first resort. He was a football mainstay due almost entirely to his force of will, and the sheer terror that he inflicted on his opponents. On the streets, he seemed to approach life the same…
#195 - When Sad Becomes Stupid - The Insistentness of Mookie Blaylock
Feb 10 • 169 min
This week, we celebrate our 4th anniversary, and head down the road with a man who certainly shouldn’t be driving. He fought his way from community college, to a big time program, to being an NBA All-Star, seemingly using nothing but will, and…
#194 - The Death Of An Image - The Depravedness of Rusty Torres
Feb 3 • 161 min
This week, we find out about a man who lived his childhood dream, making it to the major leagues, and even on to his lifelong favorite team. His baseball career fizzled out, but after a couple bumps in the road, he pulls his life together, and even does…
#193 - None Of This Is Good For You - The Capriciousness of John Kordic
Jan 27 • 168 min
This week, we try not to blink because we would miss this shooting hockey star, and his unraveling life. A Canadian kid, achieving his goal by making it all the way to the NHL, and serving as the resident goon, beating up anyone in his path. The problem…
#192 - Money Never Sleeps… In Jail - The Exacerbatingness of Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr
Jan 21 • 183 min
This week, we check out the life of one of the richest, most successful athletes in the world. Unfortunately for world, and especially for the women in his life, he is an absolute jerk, in every sense of the word. From jealous rages, to controlling people…
#191 - Dancing To His Own Beat - The Restrainedness of Clarence Kay
Jan 13 • 168 min
This week, we explore the life, and considerable screw ups of a man who was a national champion in college, and played in three Super Bowls, only to be overshadowed by a slew of almost innumerable run ins with police. He is apparently a terrible driver,…
#190 - The Prince Has Problems - The Troublesomeness of Brian “Grandmaster Sexay” Christopher Lawler
Jan 6 • 172 min
This week, we check out what it’s like to follow your legendary father’s footsteps into the profession that made him famous. We find out that it has advantages, and disadvantages, but it doesn’t explain the road that he went down. He just couldn’t…
#189 - Funkadelic Toothlessness - The Flyness of James “Fly” Williams
Dec 30, 2019 • 148 min
This week, we check out a legend of the New York City playground basketball scene, who made it all the way to the pros, before his interesting personality, and flair for the dramatic got him banished back to the playground, and eventually to a much worse…
#188 - Killing In The Name Of… - The Senselessness of Mark “Gator” Rogowski
Dec 16, 2019 • 176 min
This week, we circle back, and take a fresh look at a man who we covered in our 10th episode, with an all new episode! He was a beloved, and famous icon of skateboarding, in the 1980’s, until things started to go downhill, both personally &…
#187 - Porn Stars, Brain Damage & Murder - The Variableness of Justin “The Executioner” Levens
Dec 9, 2019 • 157 min
This week, we try to get into the head of a man with a tough upbringing, that put his anger into fighting, inside the ring, instead of in the street. He eventually worked his way up to UFC, but injuries, lack of conditioning, and a serious drug habit kept…
#186 - He Offers No Apologies… Or Candy - The Pleasantness of Albert Belle
Dec 2, 2019 • 181 min
This week, we duck flying objects as we look at a man who exhibited behavior that can be described best as “aggressive”, and at worst as “insane”. He was an eagle scout, and an honor student, but he unleashed a real fury when he played… and the rest of…
#185 - Put That Christmas Tree Down! - The Productiveness of Oliver “The Atomic Bull” McCall
Nov 25, 2019 • 172 min
This week, we take a gander at a man who came from a troubled background, and was never supposed to about to anything. He shocked everyone by becoming the heavyweight champ. He also attacked festive hotel lobbies, robbed homes, fought cops, smoked a lot…
#184 - A One Man Crime Wave - The Expeditiousness of Chris Henry
Nov 18, 2019 • 159 min
This week, we check out a man who may be the definition of “shooting star”, as he rose from obscurity to reach his NFL dreams. Once he got there, things didn’t go so well, as he fell in with the wrong crowd, seemingly never able to get out of his own way,…
#183 - A Cop Punching, Face Slashing Good Time - The Derangedness of Kelly Petillo
Nov 12, 2019 • 148 min
This week, we fire up the engines to bring you one of the wildest, craziest people in the history of the show. He was a dare devil & race car driver from the days before they even wore helmets. He was an Indianapolis 500 winner, cementing his place his…
#182 - I’ve Never Even Seen Crack - The Bionicness of Kevin Stevens
Nov 4, 2019 • 177 min
This week, we skate directly into the eye of a storm of bad circumstances, luck, and behavior, with a man who was at the top of his game, winning championships, and making big money. This all changed with both a head injury, and a newly found love of…
#181 - Get Me My Gun… And The Shovel - The Enormousness of Glenn “Big Dog” Robinson
Oct 22, 2019 • 143 min
This week, we look into a man who came along at just the right time to get rewarded greatly for his considerable talents. Unfortunately, that may have made him think that he was entitled to do whatever he wanted to do. This includes fighting with female…
#180 - Sprinkle Some Cocaine On That Child - The Uncontrollableness of BJ Penn
Oct 14, 2019 • 155 min
This week, we explore what it’s like to be prodigy, become a champion, and blow it all due to stupidity, and lack of temperament. This guy is no stranger to unsanctioned bar brawls, as well as championship UFC fights. No one seems safe when he’s on the…
#179 - House Phones & Forehead Punches - The Phenomenalness of Dwight “Doc” Gooden
Oct 8, 2019 • 191 min
This week, we see what it’s like to get everything that you could ever want, by age 20. The spoiler is that apparently results in heavy drinking, bad driving, non-payment of debts, domestic violence, and more cocaine than you could shake a stick at! He…
#178 - Dogs, Weed & Ladies of the Night - The Consequentialness of Nate Newton
Sep 23, 2019 • 169 min
This week, we ease up to a buffet of bad decisions, bad instincts, and just plain stupid. He worked his way into the NFL, becoming a Super Bowl champion, on a dynasty of a team. With all that glory comes excesses of every kind. From food, to drugs, to…
#177 - Did Rocky Shoot Adrian? - The Impetuousness of Paul Spadafora
Sep 16, 2019 • 168 min
This week, we wander down a path of crazy, with more idiocy jumping out from behind every door. He came from a terrible situation, and tried to make Pittsburgh proud, by becoming a champion. Problem is, he also became a drunk, a crack head, and someone…
#176 - Footloose & Fancy-Free - The Unfortunateness of Kerry Adkisson AKA “Kerry Von Erich”
Sep 9, 2019 • 138 min
This week, we look at some good ol’ Texas style tragedy! He was royalty in the world of wrestling, along with his father & brothers. They were worshipped by the locals, and idolized by fans, all over the world… For a while. Drugs, arrests, tragedy, a…
#175 - As Messed Up As He Wants To Be - The Outlandishness of Dennis Rodman
Sep 3, 2019 • 170 min
This week, we check out one of the all time legends of basketball, and stupidity! From the humblest of starts, he was literally a late bloomer, who figured out that basketball could take him places. He has done everything from championships, to arrests,…
#174 - Jesus Is Better Than Meth…? - The Highness of Christian Hosoi
Aug 26, 2019 • 145 min
This week, we peek into the air to see a man soaring over head… then crashing hard, down to earth. He was a beach kid, turned one of the most exciting skateboarders on earth, mixing technical precision with daring heights, and cool style, all his own. But…
#173 - Machette, Paint Thinner & Gasoline - The Unsparingness of Ugueth Urbina
Aug 19, 2019 • 145 min
This week, we look at man who came from nothing, and achieved his dream of being a major leaguer. Not only that, he was an all star, and World Series Champion… But that all unraveled, and it ended up with some nasty charges involving a machete, some…
#172 - Beware The Russian Reaper - The Dangerousness of Alexander “The Grim Reaper” Emelianenko
Aug 12, 2019 • 147 min
This week, we take a peek at the life of a man who started out, behind the iron curtain, growing up in the streets. From there, he learned how to fight in the ring, and became one of MMA’s most feared punchers. Problem is, he likes to punch things, out of…
#171 - Shooting, Punching & Arugula - The Conscientiousness of Adam “Pacman” Jones
Jul 29, 2019 • 142 min
This week, we take a long look at a man who, despite immense talent, was always a bigger force of nature, off the field, than on it. He showed flashes of brilliance, only to have his progress be taken back 2 steps, by yet another arrest. Fighting?…
#170 - Praise The Lord… Pass The Crack! - The Phenomicalness of Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor
Jul 22, 2019 • 163 min
This week, we check out a legendary boxer. One of the greatest of all time. One of the most prolific punch throwers… and crack smokers in history! He fought his way out of a childhood, where sleeping outside was preferable to being home, to become a true…
#169 - Trouble Keeps Bubbling Up - The Photogenicness of Todd Carney
Jul 15, 2019 • 144 min
This week, we look at a man who keeps dousing his own dreams… and not with water. He played for big time teams since he was a child, but never quite learned how to stay out of trouble. Alcohol is the main source of his issues, and he sure knows how to put…
#168 - Just Put It In My Bucket - The Bigness of Oliver Miller
Jul 8, 2019 • 165 min
This week, we gaze upon a buffet of disaster, as we check out a man who had all the potential in the world, but couldn’t stop screwing up long enough to fulfill it. There were dark accusations of a horrible act, family troubles that led his father to…
#167 - I Don’t Recall That Stabbing - The Fogginess of “Dirty” Dick Slater
Jul 1, 2019 • 157 min
This week, we head down a well traveled road with a man who was respected among his peers, as well as feared. He achieved his dream of big time wrestling, but the life of the road, the booze, the ladies, and eventually the injuries got to him, causing a…
#166 - No Concept Of Failure - The Delusionalness of Lenny Dykstra
Jun 24, 2019 • 192 min
This week, we dip back into the crazy waters of a man that we covered in our first year of the show. Problem is, he’s lived more than an episode of his insane existence since that time, so we’ve had to circle back, and pick up the pieces. What more has he…
#165 - He Did More Than That - The Historicalness of O.J. Simpson
Jun 18, 2019 • 171 min
This week, we delve into the history of a man who came from humble beginnings to become an icon, that almost transcended race, while compiling a Hall of Fame football career, starring in countless tv shows & movies, and appearing in commercials for every…
#164 - Magical Mystery Brain Damage - The Untoldness of Roberto Medina
Jun 3, 2019 • 148 min
This week, we take a look at a man who came on to the boxing scene, literally out of nowhere. He seemingly had no past, but he certainly had a future in fighting. He made it all the way to the national stage before questions arose. Questions like “who is…
#163 - Too Fast, Too Soon - The Put-uponness of Jennifer Capriati
May 27, 2019 • 168 min
This week, we once again look at the question of just how young is too young to force your child to be a bread winning, family supporting professional athlete. I think we can now safely say that 13 might be the answer. She burst on to the international…
#162 - The Cathouse Killings - The Unsalvageableness of David Tyner
May 21, 2019 • 177 min
This week, we crawl into the life of a man who had plenty of promise. He was a state wrestling champion, and even earned a college scholarship. But it all fell apart. He tried his hand in some MMA competition, but ultimately washed out of the sport, much…
#161 - A Wombleybing In Your Dingamaroo - The Exploitativeness of Lorrie Wilmot
May 13, 2019 • 147 min
This week, we look at a man who was revered in his home country, and was one of his sport’s more popular players. He played for decades, before retiring to a quiet life as a paprika farmer, in the countryside. This all sounds wonderful, except for the…
#160 - Just Say… YES! - The Wastedness of Richard Dumas
May 6, 2019 • 153 min
This week, we concentrate on the question “what could have been?” with one of the biggest wastes of talent that professional sports has ever produced. He had the potential to be in the Hall of Fame, but he had other priorities. Mainly, using copious…
#159 - Kidney Gummies & Dirty Syringes - The of Roboticness Todd Marinovich
Apr 30, 2019 • 170 min
This week, we answer the question of whether you can breed, and build the perfect athlete. The answer is a resounding “no”. Trained from birth to be the perfect football player, he followed this path of success, until he was overwhelmed by it all. What…
#158 - A First Class Crack Smoker - The Prolificness of Sammy Stewart
Apr 23, 2019 • 155 min
This week, we journey down a path that has surprises at every turn. As a young man, sports was all he was consumed by, never even understanding why people would ever want to do drugs. A major league baseball career later, cocaine was all he was consumed…
#157 - Arrest Bingo Card - The Acquittedness of Nile Ranger
Apr 16, 2019 • 151 min
This week, we take a look at a guy who got in trouble from a young age, and hasn’t slowed down since. He was seemingly sheltered from consequences due to his soccer ability. To the point where teams sign him, the same week he’s been arrested! And what has…
#156 - The King Of Rikers Island - The Unflinchingness of Mitch “Blood” Green
Apr 9, 2019 • 173 min
This week, we encounter a legend. Both in his own mind, and in the annuls of various police departments. He was a gang leader, who turned his aggression into a boxing career, only to be sidetracked by stupidity, Mike Tyson, and PCP. His list of…
#155 - Let Me Have You - The Beardedness of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart
Apr 2, 2019 • 163 min
This week, we travel down a rocky road of crazy adventures, and a spiral that leads to gas station drug busts, being removed from planes by Federal Marshalls & public meltdowns. He was a star during the boom period of wrestling, in the 1980’s, and lived a…
#154 - Falsified Documents & Nazi Tattoos - The Opaqueness of Brandon “White Steel” Saling
Mar 26, 2019 • 143 min
This week, we explore the world of a guy, who just wanted to be a fighter. He would do anything to get to that dream, including hiding a past that includes some of the most reprehensible crimes you can commit. He hid in plain sight, until his whole facade…
#153 - The Creepy Sleeper - The Beltlessness of Cecil “The Diesel” Collins
Mar 12, 2019 • 138 min
This week, we try to break through the line, with a man who always understood one thing, that his athletic ability would always keep him out of trouble, and from having to learn how to be a normal member of society. His football career was brief, but…
#152 - Is There Cocaine In That Dumpster? - The Amphibiousness of Chris Washburn
Mar 5, 2019 • 152 min
This week, we stare up at a giant of a man, who just never figured out how to be a functioning, adult member of society. Everything was taken care of for him, like bad grades, lazy play, or even brushes with the law, until one day, things weren’t taken…
#151 - Swerving Out Of The Fast Lane - The Edginess of Lyndon “LB” Byers
Feb 26, 2019 • 141 min
This week, we skate full speed into the boards, with a guy that we can’t help but find entertaining, and a bit likable. He was a professional goon, fighting his way into the NHL, and hanging on for years with his tenacity. He had more fights than 5…
#150 - Aristotle In His Underpants - The Philosophicalness of Stephen Bailey
Feb 18, 2019 • 158 min
This week, we look at a man from a prominent, and respected sports family, who followed in his legendary grandfather’s footsteps… For a while, anyway. He was always considered a kind, quiet guy, until mental illness started to take over. After a few years…
#149 - The Fallen Boy Scout (And The Scummie Awards!!) - The Diminutiveness of Chuck Knoblauch
Feb 12, 2019 • 166 min
This week, before we get to the Scummie Awards, we dodge an errant throw from a man who was bred for baseball. It was his dream, from the time he could remember, and he achieved that dream, despite his smaller stature. Although he was very successful,…
#148 - Keep The Punching In The Ring - The Heedlessness of Diego “Chico” Corrales
Feb 4, 2019 • 164 min
This week, we stroll down a dangerous path, with a dangerous guy. He came from some very tough circumstances to achieve wealth, fame, and champion status. The problem was, he just couldn’t keep his fighting inside the ring. His violent tendencies at home,…
#147 - Duct Tape, Steroids & Carpet Jesus - The Unsettledness of Jeremy “The Scorpion” Jackson
Jan 29, 2019 • 152 min
This week, we duck a left hook of crazy, with a man who was right at the cusp of something big, until he let his demons take the wheel. He fought his way out of nowhere to get the attention of the UFC, only to be kicked off a reality show for not…
#146 - The Bill Cosby Of The Super Bowl - The Creepiness of Darren Sharper
Jan 22, 2019 • 165 min
This week, we look at a man who did everything in life the right way, including becoming a Super Bowl champion, until seemingly falling off a cliff of depravity, and committing some of the worst crimes that we’ve ever heard of. He went from being…
#145 - More Than Zero Tolerance - The Badness of Scott Hall AKA “Razor Ramon”
Jan 15, 2019 • 186 min
This week, we try to hold down a very crazy story down for a three count! A man who had all the ability that you could have, and used that ability to make it to the very top of the wrestling game. Big money, fame, and tons of alcohol, drugs, and pills to…
#144 - The Choking Yachtsman - The Seaworthiness of Latrell Sprewell
Jan 8, 2019 • 160 min
This week, we try to catch our breaths as we careen down an icy slope of disaster. He was The American Dream. He came from a tough background to make himself world famous, and $100 million richer, but it all came crumbling down in the end. From attacking…
#143 - A Hubcap In Your Gillooly - The Classiness of Tonya Harding
Jan 1, 2019 • 166 min
This week, we explore the life of a woman who came from nothing, and ended up right at the edge of greatness… Then she fell off that edge. A troubled early life led to a troubled adult life, including drinking while doing everything, aggressiveness with…
#142 - A Tornado Of Lightning In A Bottle - The Chivalrousness of Ambiorix Burgos
Dec 18, 2018 • 113 min
This week, we peek around a blind corner, only to be engulfed by anger, violence, and just plain crazy! A man from humble beginnings that made it to the big time, but let his considerable demons get in the way. A fast, but escalating trail of violence,…
#141 - Legally Gross - The Lewdness of Mike McBain
Dec 10, 2018 • 134 min
This week, we check out a guy who seemed completely benign to outside observer. He accomplished his dream of making it to the NHL, even if his career wasn’t the most distinguished. The problem was, there was something truly evil, beneath the surface. His…
#140 - Those Are The Symptoms - The Unaccountableness of Dale Crowe
Dec 4, 2018 • 154 min
This week, we look at a potential Rocky, who fell a bit short of the mark on a professional level, but way short on a societal one. He was someone that you could root for. A blue collar fighter, with a tough chin, and day job, but something went wrong…
#139 - Guns, Glory & Federal Court - The Eventfulness of Maurice Clarett
Nov 26, 2018 • 166 min
This week, we look at a man who had the potential to be a legendary figure in his sport, but he was prevented from doing so. First, he was prevented by the NCAA, NFL, and the federal court system, then he was prevented by his own inexplicable actions.…
#138 - Minivans, Cocaine & Multiple Gunshot Wounds - The Mistakenness of Charles Smith
Nov 12, 2018 • 144 min
This week, we drive to the hoop with a man who was liked by everyone he came across. Teammates loved him. Coaches adored him. He worked hard, played his role, and always helped others, making him an All-American, an Olympian, and an NBA player… Until he…
#137 - Great Robberies & Regular Shootings - The Briskness of Roy “The Weasel” James
Nov 5, 2018 • 153 min
This week, we cruise down the road, at top speed, as we look at the life, career, and crimes (mostly crimes) of a man who participated in one of the largest, most well organized criminal capers in history. As if that wasn’t enough, once he got out of…
#136 - Road House Thunderdome - The Precipitousness of Harold Howard
Oct 23, 2018 • 147 min
This week, we explore the winding path of insanity with a man who was a champion in his sport. He was a pioneer of what is now a major sports entity. He was also a lunatic, who seemed to lose his mind, all at once, and sink into the quicksand of crimes,…
#135 - A Valium & Flatulence Cocktail - The Regrettableness of Lamarr Hoyt
Oct 16, 2018 • 161 min
This week, we stagger down a path of wasted opportunities, and squandered goodwill, with a man who came from a very unstable background to be the best pitcher in his league at one point. He was well liked, and quiet, but that may have just been because he…
#134 - A Matter Of Taste - The Gregariousness of Adrien “The Problem” Broner
Oct 8, 2018 • 152 min
This week, we check into a world of pure lunacy, with a man who was an Olympic hopeful, and can’t miss future prospect. No matter what he does, he does it while talking. Then when he’s done, he talks about it a little more. From posting his own mugshot…
#133 - That’s a Lot Of Murder - The Inordinateness of Anthony Smith
Oct 1, 2018 • 167 min
This week, we look at a man that overcame the odds of a tough upbringing, to make it all the way to the top! The problem is that he seemed to want to be a criminal, even though he didn’t have to be. While looking for a little excitement, after retirement,…
#132 - Skip To My Jail - The Cantankerousness of Rafer “Skip To My Lou” Alston
Sep 17, 2018 • 159 min
This week, we head to the playground to check out a guy that you just want to root for, until he messes up. Again, and again. He was a street ball legend that transitioned his on court game to the pros, but never transitioned his off court game. From some…
#131 - Jeeps, Meatballs & Forcible Sex - The Determinedness of Billy Tibbetts
Sep 10, 2018 • 156 min
This week, we explore the world of a guy who had the world seemingly handed to him, and just couldn’t wait to give it right back. H became from a privileged background, and had every opportunity to have all the best in life, but chose to assault a young…
#130 - Hated By Most, Disliked By All - The Loathedness of “Bruiser” Bob Sweetan
Sep 4, 2018 • 167 min
This week, we head down a slippery path of self destruction, and personality defects, from a man who came from a farm, in the middle of nowhere, to earn a name in his chosen profession… And that’s where the good ends. He took advantage of fellow…
#129 - A Surprise In His Pants - The Ashamedness of Gary Charles
Aug 27, 2018 • 157 min
This week, we keep being surprised by our subject’s antics… until it isn’t surprising anymore. He was undersized, but scrappy, and had a chance to have a great, and long career, but injuries derailed all of that. Well, injuries, and a whole lot of booze.…
#128 - Hall Of Fame Or Trailer Park? - The Squanderedness of Brien Taylor
Aug 13, 2018 • 164 min
This week, we are overwhelmed by a mushroom cloud of things that could have been… and unfortunately, the things that actually were. One of the most highly touted baseball prospects in history. A sure fire hall of famer, that never actually threw a major…
#127 - The Escalator To Failure - The Abruptness of Darryl Henley
Aug 6, 2018 • 179 min
This week, we navigate through a story that includes cocaine, heroin, cheerleaders, gangsters, potential hit men, and much more! He started out in a great family, went to great schools, and lived his dream. So, of course, that meant he had to figure out…
#126 - Straight Out Of The Bad Bin - The Two-Facedness of Olden Polynice
Jul 30, 2018 • 173 min
This week, we ride a roller coaster of emotions, as wee root for, then despise this man, who was born disabled, and went on to play in the NBA. Unfortunately for him, and everyone around him he was still lacking in whatever that thing is that makes you…
#125 - The Ghosts Made Him Do It? - The Mercurialness of Josh “The Fluke” Grispi
Jul 23, 2018 • 171 min
This week, we peel back the layers of a man who was incredibly promising, and even personable… until something caused him to change. Was it brain damage? Cocaine? The ghosts in his basement? Shockingly, those are all possibilities, as this story grows…
#124 - Drugs, Speed & Stupid - The Sophisticatedness of Gary “Hot Shoe” Balough
Jul 16, 2018 • 143 min
This week, we chase down the story of a man who had a desire to drive fast, live hard, and break many federal laws. He was an outcast in his sport for not being enough of a redneck, while his actions project nothing but redneck to the rest of the world.…
#123 - The Revenge Of Mr Pancake - The Anonymousness of Lee Siner
Jul 9, 2018 • 130 min
This week, we dig deep to find a story of pure crazy. Gangsters with cartoon character names, street violence, and a brutally beaten physics professor. This man started a beef with the silliest sounding gangster in the entire world, but didn’t learn his…
#122 - Watching It Burn To The Ground - The Ineptness of Andre Rison
Jul 3, 2018 • 185 min
This week, we climb a mountain of arrogance & stupid behavior, with a man who thought incredibly highly of himself, maybe because he made millions of dollars, and dated a pop star. Of course, he blew every penny, and that pop star burned his mansion to…
#121 - The Tornado Of Temper - The Copiousness of Milton Bradley
Jun 25, 2018 • 166 min
This week, we navigate through a torrential downpour of arrests, ejections & general craziness. He started out promising, but soon his temper got the best of him, and seemingly took over every aspect of his life. His explosive reactions are mind boggling,…
#120 - Who Put Cocaine In My Underpants? - The Pugnaciousness of Bob Probert
Jun 18, 2018 • 164 min
This week, we hang on tight for a wild ride with a man who never met a fight that he didn’t like… including with police officers, and just about every player in the NHL. He was wilder off the ice, than on it. His saga is one of constant relapses of drugs,…
#119 - Like A Greased Up Sled - The Unendingness of Tammy “Sunny” Sytch
Jun 4, 2018 • 192 min
This week, we peek in at the downhill slide of a person who seemed to have it all. She had brains, talent, beauty, hard work, dedication to her craft, and all the success that comes from those attributes. Unfortunately, those qualities also came with a…
#118 - Violence Just Follows Some People - The Menacingness of Anthony Mason
May 29, 2018 • 182 min
This week, we head down an alley, and get punched in the face by repeated criminality, and craziness. A man who was beloved in his sport for his tenacious, and rugged play, but unfortunately for all concerned, he took those qualities off the court, and…
#117 - Never A Dull Moment, Always An Empty Glass - The Recalcitrantness of John Daly
May 21, 2018 • 164 min
This week, we may have bitten off more than we can chew, with this giant, enormous, disaster of a story. He came out of nowhere to become a champion, and a cult hero. He was a rebel, in a sport full of stiffs. He was also a winner, a loser, a drunk, a…
#116 - Terrible People Do Terrible Things - The Vileness of Hermes Franca
May 14, 2018 • 162 min
This week, we dive back into the brain damage sports with a man who brought himself to the US, with nothing but $300, and a dream. He achieved that dream by becoming a champion, in the ring, but quickly shattered that dream by being an absolutely awful…
#115 - Hitting A Bullseye With A Hammer - The Shiftlessness of Chris Mason
May 7, 2018 • 142 min
This week, we are confronted with pint glasses full of crazy, as we delve into a sport that we’ve never covered before, and a man who is truly what Crime In Sports is all about… Ego, self-destruction & and the complete disregard for others. This guy has…
#114 - Bad Luck, Booze & Bullets - The Disorderliness of Steve Foley
Apr 24, 2018 • 156 min
This week, we serve up a heaping helping of one of the craziest stories out there. A guy who had both the best, and the absolute worst luck imaginable. He did enough stupid things to cost himself, but in the end, a bullet ends up taking his playing…
#113 - Punching Leads To Shooting - The Turbulentness of Jermain Taylor
Apr 17, 2018 • 190 min
This week, we take a hard look at man who came up the hard way, and managed to overcome it all to be a hero to his community, state, and the entire country. He achieved all his goals, before beginning a long string of strange, violent, and scary…
#112 - Flexing His Crime Muscles - The Exhaustiveness of Jose Canseco
Apr 3, 2018 • 194 min
This week, we travel down a long path, littered with idiocy, arrogance, and steroid needles. He was as well renowned as you can be, but he always had a secret. A secret that he had no problem revealing, at a later date, in tell all book style. In between,…
#111 - The Worst Kind Of Double Life - The Diabolicalness of Bob Hewitt
Mar 26, 2018 • 155 min
This week, we talk about a man that was ahead of his time, in his profession, and his attitude. He was a rebel, for the times, but also appeared to be an upstanding citizen, and even went to the hall of fame. What everybody didn’t know, and wouldn’t find…
#110 - The Chemical Killing Machine - The Enhancedness of Gordon Kimbrough
Mar 19, 2018 • 158 min
This week, we watch a man fall apart, due to his own, terrible decisions. He was the king of his little world, and seemed to have a great life, all coming together, including the woman of his dreams. The problem was that things weren’t as they seemed.…
#109 - Another One Bites The Dust - The Calamitousness of Roy Tarpley
Mar 13, 2018 • 145 min
This week, we follow the bread crumbs down a long path of constant disaster, with a man who had all the talent in the world, but just could not stop his self destructive behavior. Not even for $25 million. Instead, he smoked, drank, snorted, and beat his…
#108 - The Crown Prince Of Violence - The Excitableness of Ryan Gracie
Mar 6, 2018 • 150 min
This week, we look down the barrel of a lunatic, with a man who never saw a street fight that he could resist being a part of. He loved ladies, booze, drugs, violence, and an overall instability of life, that lead him down a familiar, but even crazier…
#107 - A Founding Father Of Crack - The Fortunateness of Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson
Feb 26, 2018 • 156 min
This week, we wander down a trail lined with craziness, and cocaine! A brash, big talking, talented guy throws it all away by becoming one of the most enthusiastic crackheads in the entire country. As he put it, he “went from the penthouse to the…
#106 - Murder In A Flash - The Unpredictableness of Esteban de Jesus
Feb 12, 2018 • 152 min
This week, we have a story that goes from the lowest lows, to the highest highs, until it comes crashing down, well beneath rock bottom. A champion with the an incredible work ethic, until his habits started to include shooting up speedballs, and hanging…
#105 - Always An Explanation - The Smoothness of Aurelian Smith Jr, AKA Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts
Feb 6, 2018 • 182 min
This week, we have an extra long episode to say thank you for reaching 4000 iTunes reviews! This is a story that begins with as much horror as possible, and kind of goes downhill from there. A genius at his profession, but an absolute dullard in the rest…
#104 - Dumb, Dishonest & Dead - The Energeticness Of Steve Howe
Jan 29, 2018 • 175 min
This week, we have an extra long episode because of the sheer volume of idiocy, as we again head down a corridor of crazy with a man who could not stop destroying his own life, and seemed to enjoy watching it crumble. He was given more opportunities than…
#103 - More Stabbings Than Medals - The Daringness of Matti Nykanen
Jan 22, 2018 • 142 min
This week, we look at one of the most self destructive, maniacal & absolutely disastrous human beings that has ever existed in the world of sports crime. He was practically a God in his country for his Olympic heroics, then he devolved into domestic…
#102 - Lies Can Be Deadly - The Wholesomeness of Trevis Smith
Jan 15, 2018 • 140 min
This week, we travel down a road of hypocrisy, and deceptiveness with a man who appeared to be the perfect husband, team mate, and community member until his secret is revealed, and the world finds out how many people his lies have put in danger. This is…
#101 - The Malicious, Menacing Moron - The Incredulousness of Keon Clark
Jan 8, 2018 • 138 min
This week, we climb a mountain of stupid, and find a rainbow of crazy when we look at a man that simply refuses to learn a lesson. Guns, weed, violence, a police standoff, more problems driving than you ever thought possible… and, of course, cocaine. He…
#100 - Fighter. Killer. Victim? - The Sternness of Amar Suloev
Jan 1, 2018 • 145 min
This week, we take a long look at a man who was born into a tough environment, and only got tougher. His MMA career was decent, but his criminal career of being an enforcer, strong armer, and even a murderer for a politically connected gang of Russians…
#099 - Lesson Never Learned - The Punchiness of Joey Barton
Dec 26, 2017 • 155 min
This week, we once again head down lunacy lane with a man with quite a temper, and no real remorse for it. He fights everyone, from team mates, to coaches, to referees, to teenage fans. He uses his fists, or whatever is handy to him, including a lit…
#098 - Violent Lives Bring Violent Deaths - The Ferociousness of Edwin Valero… LIVE from Chicago!!
Dec 18, 2017 • 106 min
This week, we are LIVE in Chicago at Lincoln Hall, where we are overwhelmed with violence, as we look at a man, so full of rage that not even boxing was enough to get out his aggressions. He started young, and only got worse. From motorcycle riding…
#097 - His Strangles Know No Bounds - The Hostileness of Elijah Dukes
Dec 11, 2017 • 144 min
This week, we are drowning in wall to wall stupidity, arrests, and bad decisions. A man that came from such a humble environment that there is crack selling, assault & battery, and murder in this101 story, before our subject was even in high school. After…
#096 - There’s Meth In Those Potholes - The Speediness Of Jeremy Mayfield
Dec 4, 2017 • 151 min
This week, we head down a road filled with adventure, speed, meth, and pure trashiness. He was near the top of the racing game when an act of idiocy brings it to an abrupt halt, shifting his life down a path of getting arrested, going broke, and having a…
#095 - Fighting For Jail Time - The Damagedness of Rudy Poeschek
Nov 27, 2017 • 138 min
This week, we skate into the story of a man who used every bit of his hockey talent to make it all the way to the pros, but unfortunately for him, he seemed equally committed to getting arrested as many times as possible, once his career was over. Brain…
#094 - How Many Stabs Does It Take… - The Appallingness of Terry Underwood
Nov 20, 2017 • 141 min
This week, we look at a guy that took such an intense wrong turn, that it boggles the mind. He started off as the model citizen. He did the right things. He said the right things. But when things went off the rails, they went as far off the rails as we’ve…
#093 - There’s A Gun In My Crawfish - The Disappointingness of Marcus Bullard
Nov 13, 2017 • 126 min
This week, we barrel down the path of a man who started life, in the worst of circumstances, only to fight his way out, then fight even harder to get right back to a terrible life. Chance after chance yielded nothing but more arrests, more crack & meth,…
#092 - Such Is Annihilation - The Chaoticness of Ben Cousins
Nov 6, 2017 • 147 min
This week, we shuffle down the path of pure chaos, with a self destructive, drug addled lunatic, with an unquenchable desire to be the best. Whether it be in the Australian Football League, or in the much more challenging world of smoking as much meth as…
#091 - Like Peanut Butter & Cocaine - The Hardheadedness of Michael Nunn
Oct 30, 2017 • 143 min
This week, we are buried in a mountain of cocaine, violence, stupidity, arrogance, and just plain crazy. A tough guy turned world champion that could never quite let go of his old friends, neighborhood, and terrible habits. He fights opponents in the…
#090 - Rich Kid Gone Rogue - The Dishonestness of Byron McLaughlin
Oct 23, 2017 • 134 min
This week, we dive deep into the story of a man who a mediocre talent, but had a penchant for lying, and scamming that knew no bounds. He started life with everything, and went to school with movie stars, but that didn’t stop him from ending up in some of…
#089 - A Monsoon Of Bad Decisions - The Goldenness of Jason “Mayhem” Miller
Oct 16, 2017 • 145 min
This week, we tell a tale that unravels into a downpour of disaster, and stupidity. A fighter who cared more about being entertaining, than being successful. And he was entertaining, as long as you weren’t a woman, a bouncer, a police officer, a SWAT Team…
#088 - Flexing His Murder Muscle - The Unthinkableness Of John Riccardi
Oct 9, 2017 • 127 min
This week, we explore a story without much sports, but with plenty of nasty, lowdown, dirty crime. He was an amateur bodybuilder, a con man, a hustler, a cat burglar, and a cold blooded killer. His obsession with a girlfriend leads him to unimaginable…
#087 - Liar, Liar, Life On Fire - The Aristocraticness of Roscoe Tanner
Oct 2, 2017 • 134 min
This week, we look at a country club frequenting, high society mingling, high stakes gambling, cocktail sipping, cocaine snorting, womanizing kind of guy. A wanna be James Bond that had neither the resources, nor brains to pul off that kind of lifestyle.…
#086 - Immensely Naked Mistakes - The Forcefulness of Ruben Patterson
Sep 25, 2017 • 146 min
This week, we wade into aggressive, and dangerous waters, with a man who simply could not wait to blow every chance he was given, and do more, and worse things wrong. He worked hard to get himself out of a bad situation, only to put himself, and others in…
#085 - The Attack Of The Disoriented Sasquatch - The Uncooperativeness of Barret Robbins
Sep 18, 2017 • 113 min
This week, we explore the inner workings, and outer actions of a man who was on the cusp of what he worked his whole life for, only to have it all pulled away. What caused him to spin out of control? Drugs? Alcohol? Steroids? Mental Illness? Brain Damage?…
#084 - From Undisputed To Just Plain Stupid - The Respectfulness of Riddick Bowe
Sep 11, 2017 • 155 min
This week, we say thank you to our listeners with an extra large, extra long, extra crazy episode, featuring a man who truly made it to the top of the world, only to swiftly chop it up into tiny pieces, and flush it down the nearest toilet. He was an…
#083 - From Failure To Murderer - The Evasiveness of Kenneth Eriksson
Sep 5, 2017 • 118 min
This week, we navigate a dark path of deception, thievery, drugs, and just plain vile murder. A man that ran from his problems, his whole life, including joining another country’s military to outrun authorities, and creditors. And it only got worse from…
#082 - The Next Step Is Murder - The Irrationalness of Cody East
Aug 28, 2017 • 120 min
This week, we try to answer the age old question of whether this person is evil, or just a complete idiot. He was in and out of jail, before he was even out of high school, and it only got worse from there. Multiple arrests for various incidents of…
#081 - An Enemy To His Own Cause - The Miraculousness of Ron LeFlore
Aug 21, 2017 • 119 min
This week, we navigate one of the most truly miraculous stories in the history of sports, or any other medium. Don’t worry, he went from having Levar Burton play him in a big TV movie, and having a best selling autobiography, to being frequently arrested…
#080 - Impulsive Actions, Killer Results - The Jealousness of Leslie Hylton
Aug 15, 2017 • 116 min
This week, we go down a deep hole of rage, and crazy. We look deep into the past to break down a man from a different time, that tended to react poorly to unwanted news, to say the least. He was a hero in his country, but threw it all away, and ended up…
#079 - Violence In, Violence Out - The Unraveledness of Mandy Meloon
Aug 8, 2017 • 119 min
This week, we look at a woman who went from the glory of Olympic promise, and the potential admiration of her entire country to being wrestled to the ground after fighting with a police officer about the legality of petting his horse. And that’s the least…
#078 - Violent, Stupid & Beloved - The Heedlessness of Bernard King
Jul 25, 2017 • 119 min
This week, we look into a man that has somehow managed to sweep all of his many crimes, ranging from the idiotic to the downright disgraceful, under the rug. He screws up, and the world was always all too ready to forget the criminal behavior, and forgive…
#077 - A Killer Without Conviction - The Mysteriousness of Jim Dunaway
Jul 18, 2017 • 118 min
This week, we go deep into a mystery, that doesn’t actually seem to be much of a mystery, at all. He was a hero, an idol, a champion, and a teammate of OJ Simpson. Problem is, he has way more in common with OJ than just playing on the same team. His…
#076 - The Fresh Prince Of Violent Behavior - The Hazardousness of Brett Rogers
Jul 11, 2017 • 119 min
This week, we take a long, hard look at someone who committed crimes ranging from the scary, to the downright hilarious. He had such a promising life, before realizing that he’d much rather be arrested, feared, and eventually homeless, and menacing the…
#075 - Fast times & Slow Sentences - The Catastrophicness of Tim Montgomery
Jul 4, 2017 • 116 min
This week, we explore someone who fell from the highest of mountains, and ended up in the lowest of depths. He was “The Fastest Man In The World”, an Olympic gold medalist, had a rich, famous, talented wife, his own Nike commercial, and was even touted by…
#074 - Death Would Be Too Good - The Detestableness of Eugene “Buck” Zumhofe
Jun 27, 2017 • 118 min
This week, we head into a wilderness of horrors with possibly the most deplorable, disgusting, and down right horrid human being that we’ve ever had the pleasure of verbally destroying. The level of utter disdain this man has for any form of decency is…
#073 - Violence Becomes Him - The Ridiculousness of James Kirkland
Jun 20, 2017 • 117 min
This week, we take a ride down lunatic lane with a man who can’t help but commit some kind of crime , at every turn. This is a man who was discovered in the worst of conditions, rose to the point of success, before making sure to blow every single…
#072 - The Murdering, Gunslinging, Honor Student Gang Banger - The Unnecessaryness of Javaris Crittenton
Jun 13, 2017 • 116 min
This week, we navigate through a story of a promising, intelligent young man, who much preferred hanging out with gang members, and going to prison, than being a success. His carelessness, need for petty vengeance, and proclivity to pull loaded weapons on…
#071 - The Pirate Of Grift & Plunder - The Audaciousness of Miki Dora
Jun 6, 2017 • 120 min
This week, we ride the wave of a tale of deception, scamming, lies, and a constant need to commit crimes. He was a brash, dashing, anti-establisment type, with morals that can most favorably be described as questionable, at best. His fraudulence knew no…
#070 - If Opportunities Could Kill… - The Curiousness of Greg “Toe” Nash
May 30, 2017 • 117 min
This week, we dig deep on a story so bizarre, unlikely, and just plain insane, that we weren’t sure if it was real for minute. Thankfully, it’s real, and its’s as much crazy as can be packed into one episode. An unknown baseball prospect, from the sugar…
#069 - A Menace Of Ground & Sky - The Manicness of Alonzo Spellman
May 23, 2017 • 118 min
This week, we check out a story full of twists, turns, and bumps, all of which lead to disaster, and many, many arrests. His body matured much faster than his brain, causing him, and everyone around him nothing but problems. He had a standoff with the…
#068 - Pumped For Murder - The Brutalness of Bertil Fox
May 16, 2017 • 112 min
This week, we look at a man whose outer perfection masked an insecure, angry, and very dangerous inside that eventually earned him the harshest sentence in CIS history. He was a prodigy at his profession, but his brain didn’t seem to grow with his body,…
#067 - A Penchant For Prison - The Thickheadedness of Patrick Cote
May 9, 2017 • 118 min
This week, we head down the lunatic trail, and end up in a crazy place, with a man who could never get enough of two things… fighting, and prison. He destroyed his career with drugs & alcohol, but destroyed his life by doing everything a person could do…
#066 - The End Of The Crime Rainbow - The Feloniousness of Charles “Krazy Horse” Bennett
May 2, 2017 • 115 min
This week, we take a deep look at a man who never backed away from a fight, in his life. Problem is, that includes women, both pregnant and not, other fighters… backstage, logic, reason, and federal & state drug distribution laws. A man so crazy, that he…
#065 - The Death Of Black Superman - The Debaucherousness of Billy Ray Bates
Apr 25, 2017 • 117 min
This week, we look at a man who always lives in the moment, and never learns from his mistakes. His drinking, drug use, and general shenanigans were legendary, even among the party crowd of the 1980s. He ruined his chances at fame & fortune, and even…
#064 - Killers Are Sometimes Golden - The Deceptiveness of Keli Lane
Apr 18, 2017 • 114 min
This week, we look at a woman who came from a prominent family, and had an extremely bright future ahead of her, if only she didn’t end up with that pesky murder charge. From the outside, she looked like the perfect person, but that’s only because no one…
#063 - The Path Of A Dangerous Individual - The Erraticness of Trevor Berbick - w/ SPECIAL GUEST Dan Cummins
Apr 11, 2017 • 108 min
This week, we take our special guest, the hilarious comedian, and host of the amazing “Timesuck” podcast, Dan Cummins with us, as we head down a long path of unravelling, that negatively impacts the lives of everyone this man came in contact with.…
#062 - Hard Time For A Hard Man - The Inexplicableness of Peter Storey
Apr 4, 2017 • 110 min
This week, we check out the tale of a man that seemed to make the wrong choice, at every turn, even if it defied all logic, or his own best interests. He went from being feared by all that he played against, to being feared for his erratic, and dangerous…
#061 - Colder Than A Killer - The Tyrannicalness of “Hardbody” Harrison Norris
Mar 28, 2017 • 116 min
This week, we are neck deep in a hole, filled with deception, violence, and more arrogance than we can dig our way out of. It’s the story of a man that thought so highly of himself that he forced his will on countless people, using them to fill his…
#060 - The Sudden Violence Of Bad Decisions - The Madness of Vernon Maxwell
Mar 21, 2017 • 115 min
This week, we see what happens when a man lives by two rules: Never think before you act, and never, ever take any responsibility for your actions. Living by these simple rules helped him to break nearly every law he could probably think of, including…
#059 - If OJ Simpson Had A Little Brother - The Explosiveness of Tommy Kane
Mar 14, 2017 • 115 min
This week, we explore a tragic tale of a love story & life gone terribly wrong. He went from a being hero in his community, to becoming what can only be described as a monster. Like many others, he had trouble adjusting to life, out of the spotlight, but…
#058 - If He Could Kill The World… - The Terribleness of Viacheslav Datsik
Mar 7, 2017 • 109 min
This week, we explore a new frontier of violence, delusion, and all around crazy. A man who was deemed too crazy even for Russian prison. He made a name for himself with his MMA antics, then made an even bigger splash with his robberies, violence, and…
#057 - Death Was His Co-Pilot - The Obliviousness of Salt Walther
Feb 28, 2017 • 113 min
This week, take a peek into the world of a man with no limits to his desire for speed, drugs, and getting arrested. From a background of money, and privilege, he figured out a way to ruin it all, and become an embarrassment to his family, his sport, and…
#056 - The Naked, Knife Wielding Evangelist - The Ugliness of Otis Nixon
Feb 21, 2017 • 112 min
This week, we delve into a story of constant criminal stupidity, followed by second chances, and even more criminal stupidity. He must have thought he could get away with anything, based on his behavior. Doing things like scamming people when they’re at…
#055 - Demons In The Air Conditioning - The Regalness of Ike Ibeabuchi
Feb 14, 2017 • 110 min
This week, we travel down the road of huge potential, squandered by stupidity, arrogance, and just plain crazy. A man who came to the United Stares from Nigeria, and achieved his dream of being a champion, then quickly drifted away into madness. He took…
#054 - A Genuine, Bona Fide Serial Killer - The Viciousness of Randall Woodfield
Feb 7, 2017 • 115 min
This week, we check out a man who went from having all the potential in the world, to taking & destroying more lives than can be counted by authorities, and earning the nickname “The I-5 Killer”. A kid from a good family, handsome, drafted by the NFL, and…
#053 - The Heart For Murder - The Gruesomeness of Jarrod Wyatt
Jan 31, 2017 • 112 min
This week, we look at one of the craziest, most depraved, and bloodiest stories we’ve ever heard about. An up and coming MMA fighter begins to unravel, culminating in a brutal murder that is both insanely horrific, and just plain insane. See what happens…
#052 - Couldn’t Read The Warning Signs - The Untruthfulness of Dexter Manley
Jan 24, 2017 • 114 min
This week, we journey into a world of stupidity, lies, and most of all, cocaine. From being a champion, to ruining the lives of those around him, he ended up as low as a person could be. He let down family, friends, wives, team mates, fans, judges, and…
#051 - Murder Ruins A Garden Party - The Passionateness of Marc Cecillon
Jan 17, 2017 • 110 min
This week, we look at a man who was a hero to his country, but devolved into a sad tale of alcohol, rage, depression, and finally violence. He seemed like a happy, party guy, who rode his Harley through the French Alps, but his demons couldn’t be held…
#050 - You Can Kill With A Toaster - The Torturousness of James Waithe
Jan 10, 2017 • 110 min
This week, we look at an enforcer for a vicious drug dealing crew, that used incredibly brutal, and creative techniques to get people to pay up. Possibly the coldest, most callous person that we’ve covered yet, he used his Olympic Judo skills, toasters,…
#049 - The Killer Of Common Sense - The Disastrousness of Isaiah “JR” Rider
Jan 3, 2017 • 113 min
This week, we take a peek at a man who started out, only hurting himself, before quickly moving on to the rest of the world. We crawl through the muck of a disastrous life, filled with heartbreak. And arrests. So many arrests. He ran afoul of a litany of…
#048 - The Grinch Who Stole Lives - The Evilness of Joe Son
Dec 27, 2016 • 117 min
This week, we explore a tale of mild success, hilarious failure, and pure evil. A man who was one of the worst fighters in the history of UFC, but didn’t let that stop him from having a memorable role in a blockbuster hit movie, and being one of the worst…
#047 - Cocaine Plus Brain Damage Equals Gunplay - The Stubbornness of Clifford Etienne
Dec 20, 2016 • 113 min
This week, we present of story of promise, stupidity, redemption, and complete disaster. In that order. He was a promising high school athlete, turned prison boxing champ, who had a pay per view fight with Mike Tyson, and several of the worst charges…
#046 - His Own Biggest Victim - The Aimlessness of Larry Bethea
Dec 13, 2016 • 101 min
This week, take a peek at a man who had everything a person could want, and couldn’t help but throw it away as aggressively as humanly possible. He went from being a first round NFL draft pick, and playing in a super bowl, to being a target of a major FBI…
#045 - Everything But A Killer - The Ceaselessness of Alvin Robertson
Dec 6, 2016 • 101 min
This week, we take in a hearty helping of criminal activities, with a man who was has a lot of experience both on the court, and in the courtroom. His career was just a distraction for his real passion, getting arrested. His crimes range from stupid, to…
#044 - Murder, Mayhem & Maple Syrup - The Cluelessness of Brian Spencer
Nov 29, 2016 • 110 min
This week, we explore a story filled with wall to wall crime, and crazy. He played with reckless abandon, and lived with even less care. A kid from the back woods makes it big in the NHL, and somehow ends up living in a dingy trailer, on a swamp, with a…
#043 - A Murderous Gentleman - The Selfishness Of Chris Adams
Nov 21, 2016 • 113 min
This week, we are bursting with crime, madness, general mayhem, as we discuss a man that couldn’t help but give in to his demons. No good time was good enough for him to not end in violence. His crimes were almost always fueled by alcohol, and drugs, and…
#042 - All Of The Intent, None Of The Remorse - The Heartlessness of Russell Erxleben
Nov 15, 2016 • 121 min
This week, we check out a tale of lies, manipulation, and woe that leads a man from being a first round NFL draft pick, to being a regular resident of federal prison, leaving behind a mountain of victims, and shattered lives. His ego is huge, his crimes…
#041 - Murder Is A Strange Thank You - The Despicableness of James Butler
Nov 8, 2016 • 110 min
This week, we explore a dark tale of violence, betrayal, and most of all, irony. A rough childhood, plus lousy impulse control, and a heaping helping of mental illness, equals a boxer who was too crazy for the ring. Unfortunately for the rest of the…
#040 - Would You Kill For A Pizza? - The Homelessness of Darrell Allums
Nov 1, 2016 • 109 min
This week, we take a look at a man who was as much of a failure on the basketball court as he was in life. His career was short, but that just left him more time to pursue other activities, such as finding crack, smoking crack, then finding ways to get…
#039 - The Conscience Of A Killer - The Scariness of Lee Murray
Oct 25, 2016 • 117 min
This week, we are up to our eyes in crime, mayhem, and overall craziness. Our subject was a fighter, in every way possible. From the UFC, to being stabbed in bar brawls. He was a troubled kid, turned major underworld figure, with a record that ranges from…
#038 - A Symphony of Self Destruction - The Carelessness of Stanley Wilson
Oct 18, 2016 • 107 min
This week, we take a stroll down the path of complete human disaster with a man who let his love of cocaine, and cocaine related idiocy destroy every one of his many opportunities for success. He took the chance to be a Super Bowl hero, and flushed it…
#037 - How Many Bodies In The Ocean? - The Needlessness of John Paul Sr.
Oct 11, 2016 • 103 min
This week, delve deep into a story unlike any other we’ve done. Sure, his crimes are just as vicious, and definitely just as stupid, but more than anyone else, he didn’t have to do any of it. He was an immigrant, from a war torn country, that earned a…
#036 - Which Father To Kill? - The Haziness of Mike Danton
Oct 4, 2016 • 111 min
This week, we find ourselves in an avalanche of craziness. The story has so many twists, and turns that it’s sometimes difficult to figure out where to direct our scorn. An NHL player’s murder for hire plot gone wrong, amongst a backdrop of mental…
#035 - Murderers Are More Honest - The Untrustworthiness of Denny Mclain
Sep 27, 2016 • 112 min
This week, we have an extra long episode, full of extra crime, and stupidity, featuring a man that has been weaving in, and out of legal troubles for five decades. He goes from having one of the best seasons in baseball history, to decades of scandal, and…
#034 - Money, Fame & Dead Ballerinas - The Tirelessness of Carlos Monzon
Sep 20, 2016 • 106 min
This week, we take a gander at a champion, movie star, hero to millions in his country… And violent lunatic. He went from utter poverty, to reaching god-like status, with his violence going unchecked. No one was safe from his wrath, including…
#033 - So Many Bodies, So Little Prison - The Brazenness of Ion Croitoru
Sep 13, 2016 • 101 min
This week, we look at possibly the biggest lunatic that we’ve ever had the pleasure of researching. Don’t let his past as a mediocre professional wrestler fool you, his real career was drug trafficking, extortion, violence, murder, the bombing of a police…
#032 - The Miniature Teflon Monster - The Repetitiveness of Dave Meggett
Sep 6, 2016 • 108 min
This week, we have wall to wall crime, as we discuss a most horrid individual. A man who went from the highs of being a Super Bowl champion, to the lows of working the overnight shift in a small town gas station, repeated arrests for the most terrible of…
#031 - A Slight Death In The Family - The Nastiness of Sly Williams
Aug 30, 2016 • 102 min
This week, we peek into the world of a man who had more than his fair share of what he called “personal problems”. These problems overtook a once promising NBA career, and sent him to much less glamorous places, such as Binghamton, NY, and prison. Find…
#030 - The World’s Most Graceful Predator - The Sleaziness of Wolfgang Scwarz
Aug 23, 2016 • 101 min
This week, we look at an Olympic gold medalist, and world class human garbage pile. He went from being one of his country’s biggest heroes, to being known for his heinous crimes, including the international smuggling of women, and putting together plots…
#029 - Murder for Boots - The Shortsightedness of Eric Naposki
Aug 16, 2016 • 104 min
This week, we tackle a story that is more twisted than a pretzel. What happens when you mix a former NFL player, with the fiance of wealthy, older businessman? We’ll give you a hint… It’s not good for the wealthy, older businessman. Join us for a tale of…
#028 - His Arrogance Killed His Excellence - The Aggressiveness of Marlon King
Aug 9, 2016 • 101 min
This week, we take deep look at a violent, arrogant, aggressive, spoiled man that represents all that we loathe about criminal athletes. His prowess as a serial assaulter, and complete moron far overshadow his impressive gifts on the soccer field. He…
#027 - Didn’t Die Soon Enough - The Atrociousness of Tony Ayala Jr
Aug 2, 2016 • 100 min
This week, we take a long, hard look at one of the most irredeemable, horrid, quasi-human beings that we’ve ever covered. He was a prodigy in the boxing ring, as well in the legal system. From his struggles with substances, to his much bigger struggles…
#026 - Crack Gets You Murder Time - The Unluckiness of Willie Mays Aikens
Jul 26, 2016 • 107 min
This week, we take a deep look at a man with an upbringing so horrible, that he could challenge anyone is CIS history. When your mother is a prostitute, and you grow up with no plumbing, the only thing left to do is… Crack. A lot of crack. This is guy who…
#025 - Murder at the Speed of Smuggling - The Recklessness of Ben Kramer
Jul 19, 2016 • 103 min
This week, we dive into the glamorous world of the 1980’s south Florida drug smuggling, fast boat driving, money laundering, tax evading, murderous kind of lifestyles. Our main subject drove boats at over 100 mph, as both a sport, and a lucrative drug…
#024 - Murder Gets You Less Time - The Tragicness of Keith Wright
Jul 12, 2016 • 87 min
This week, we look at a former NFL player, who went from selling crack at age 9… to an even worse result. He beat the odds of his horrific upbringing, only to run through about every crime possible, during his Jekyll and Hyde life. His inexplicaple…
#023 - His Mother Had a Murder Charge - The Trashiness of Tommy “The Duke” Morrison
Jul 5, 2016 • 84 min
This week, we dig deep with a man who went from being heavyweight champion of the world, and star of a Rocky movie… to drinking, driving, drugging, beating, biting, toting guns, and so much more. Not to mention his completely untrained, and unqualified…
#022 - The Penniless Ghetto Cowboy Millionaire - The Excess of Marvin “Bad News” Barnes
Jun 28, 2016 • 82 min
This week, we give you a basketball player with talent so large, that it was equalled only by his crazy. From robbing while wearing his high school jacket… with his name on it… to guns at the airport, porn thievery, pimping, assaults, and more cocaine…
#021 - Too Many Causes Of Death - The Monstrousness of Craig Titus
Jun 21, 2016 • 99 min
This week, we check out a top tier bodybuilder, who was known as a hot head, with a checkered past, that included everything from public fist fights with friends, to running an ecstasy ring, and eventually joining forces with his fitness model wife to…
#020 - The Grim Reaper Of Gambling - The Shamelessness of Art Schlichter
Jun 14, 2016 • 102 min
This week, we take a deep look at one of the biggest human disasters in the history of the NFL, sports, and general mankind. This all time draft bust has a 30 year legacy of professional disappointment, thievery, deception, degenerate behavior, and a…
#019 - Square Broads, and Floating Bodies - The Hubris of Jack Roland “Murph the Surf” Murphy
Jun 7, 2016 • 96 min
This week, we hit the water for a professional surfer, who has put together the craziest tale we’ve covered, so far. “Murph the Surf” went from a 1960’s Miami playboy, and beach bum, to the world’s most famous high dollar jewel thief, prolific stick up…
#018 - More Ted Bundy Than Gandhi - The Wasted Potential of Tom Payne
May 31, 2016 • 73 min
This week, we bring you a man who had the potential to be both a sports, and cultural icon, after he was the first black player on the University of Kentucky basketball team, then moved on to the NBA. Instead, the only thing he contributed to culture was…
#017 - The Worst Man Alive? - The Hideousness of Mel Hall
May 24, 2016 • 88 min
This week, we bring you an extra large episode to look at a former MLB star, who spared no expense when it came to ball park transportation, Trump Tower apartments, night club security, a DJ’s playlist, pet mountain lions, or Corvettes for the fathers of…
#016 - The Vampire Gigolo Slayer - The Gullibility of Evangelos Goussis
May 17, 2016 • 82 min
This week, we take a look at an Australian former Olympic boxing hopeful, and kickboxing champion that couldn’t resist the allure, and glamour of heroin dealing, cleaning up after brutal knife attacks, murdering, and the everyday duties of being muscle…
#015 - How Did He Not Kill Anybody? - The Insanity of Steve “Mental Case” Durbano
May 10, 2016 • 69 min
This week, we take to the ice to check out a former NHL player, who earned himself the nick name “Mental Case” for his antics on, and off the ice. From fighting with players, fans, police, and his wife… to importing major amounts of cocaine, and even and…
#014 - How Many Huge Corpses Are Found In Texas? - The Sickness of Carlton Dotson
May 3, 2016 • 78 min
This week, we look at at college basketball player who accomplished far more off the court, than on it. Mental illness, teammate on teammate violence, and the downfall of the coach of a major sports program all lead to a headless body being found in a…
#013 - BONUS EPISODE!! - The Godfather Of NFL Draft Busts - The Arrogance of Ryan Leaf
Apr 28, 2016 • 54 min
This week, we bring you a special bonus episode!! The boys take an in-depth look at arguably the biggest bust in NFL Draft history. Whether it was throwing interceptions at an alarming rate, or getting arrested for various drug offenses, and breaking into…
#012 - A Charles Dickens Kind of Revenge Murder - The Shady Past of Gavin Grant
Apr 26, 2016 • 58 min
This week, we jump across the pond to the UK, to take inside look at an up and coming soccer player, whose past of drug gang revenge violence, and general stupidity would come back to haunt him, while he attempted to live his dream on the field. Break out…
#011 - More Murders Than NFL Games Played - The Brutality of Robert Rozier
Apr 19, 2016 • 64 min
This week, we take a look at a man who nicknamed himself “The Gorilla Pimp”, before running the full scale of crime, from collecting parking tickets, and writing bad checks across Canada, to murdering many people for reasons ranging from religious cult…
#010 - At Least Kill Who You’re Mad At - The Senselessness of Mark “Gator” Rogowski
Apr 12, 2016 • 70 min
This week, we take to the half pipe to discuss a skateboarding pioneer, who was a success by age 14, punching cops by age 18, a sell out by age 20, completely washed up by age 23, and committing a revenge murder by age 25!!Grab your board, and ollie up a…
#009 - Worse Than a Murderer - The Awfulness of “Fast” Eddie Johnson
Apr 5, 2016 • 75 min
This week, we give you a few extra minutes, due to the over 100 arrests compiled by our cocaine snorting, Porsche swiping, crack selling, house robbing, VCR pawning, cop assaulting, gun toting, ex-NBA all-star lunatic. His final crime is so heinous, that…
#008 - Love, Steroids, and Pistol Grip Shotguns - The Ballad of Sally McNeil
Mar 29, 2016 • 65 min
This week, we look at a female bodybuilder, who seems to have had more strength than self control. A lovely young flower, who beat up women who looked at her man, fought multiple police officers, smashed cars from a balcony, like some kind of deranged…
#007 - A Brain Damaged Donald Trump? - The Delusions of Lenny Dykstra
Mar 22, 2016 • 60 min
This week, we look at a World Series hero, who had no problem hurling himself into walls, or claiming that he was a business mogul, who could tolerate nothing less than the very best of everything, including his $500 fart ties. Slap a baseball sized wad…
#006 - Don’t They Have Milkbones In Brazil? - The Horrors of Bruno Fernandes De Souza
Mar 15, 2016 • 59 min
This week, we do some serious Google translating to cover a man who went from the glamour of being the captain of Brazil’s most famed soccer team, to kidnapping his ex-porn actress girlfriend, who is also the mother of his child, and having her chopped…
#005 - A Violent Forrest Gump? - The Happenings of Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka
Mar 8, 2016 • 67 min
This week, we come off the top rope, with a man who may be a mentally incompetent old man, trying to live out his golden years… Or a murderer, who has evaded responsibility for over 3 decades. His competency is currently up to the courts, but his…
#004 - Nobody Wants To Be My Neighbor - The Stupidity of Jayson Williams
Mar 1, 2016 • 55 min
This week, we look at a giant of a man, with an equally giant appetite for the finer things, like bar fights, prize winning cattle, intoxicated driving, huge contracts, and gunplay in the presence of unsuspecting limo drivers. Join us for the pure,…
#003 - What Is Your Net Worth… In Noodles? - The Sordid Diddlings of Chad Curtis
Feb 22, 2016 • 53 min
This week, we look at a devoutly religious, crew cut sporting, Yankees’ World Series hero, who’s passionate hatred of The Thong Song can only be matched by his passionate liking of teenaged girls. From walk off homer, to measuring his net worth in ramen…
#002 - From Hero… To Hanging In a Cell - The Tale of Lawrence Phillips
Feb 16, 2016 • 51 min
This week, we look at a charming man, who beat women, ran down teenagers with his car, and strangled the imprisoned cousin of another NFL player.He was one of the greatest running backs in college football history, an NFL bust, and a prolific letter…
#001 - Did Tracy Morgan Shoot a Pregnant Woman? - The Saga of Rae Carruth
Feb 9, 2016 • 41 min
This week, we take a look at former Carolina Panthers’ wide receiver, number 1 draft pick, and convicted pregnant woman murder conspirator, Rae Carruth!Check us out, every Tuesday. We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history! Hosted…