In some of the coolest news around, SPIKE TV has been given the official green light from the amazing folks over at the Consumer Electronics Association to throw down our multi-platform coverage from CES 2012. Giggity.
Fred Durst gets set to star in aptly named sitcom, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin loses his cool during an interview, and Starbucks goes toe-to-toe with climate change…the Mantenna is just too damn real!
Chris Tucker might lose his home, Big Boi avoids jail time, and Florida wants to start using firing squads again…the Mantenna is bigger and deffer!
The man who got us Scarlett Johansson nude pics gets arrested, Brock Lesnar talks about his future, and Sony's network has been hacked again…here comes the Mantenna!
Every kid has experienced this disappointment: they play the Mario games, then run outside, get the most momentum they can, leap and...go a few feet in the air, instead of sailing up onto a floating block or something. In truth, few of us can soar through the air with just our feet.
Commissioner David Stern cancels the start of the NBA season, Russians claim yetis exist to sucker in tourists, and Tony Bennett gets a look at Lady Gaga in her birthday suit…the Mantenna is sittin’ on chrome!
Paul McCartney gets married on John Lennon’s birthday, texting is destroying your neck, and Terrell Owens gets hospitalized for a possible drug overdose…happiness is a warm Mantenna!
We've featured some extremely odd vehicles over the years here at Spike. A Canadian tuner giving your mom's Camry 700 horses under the hood. A hybrid semi outracing a Ferrari. But we're pretty sure that as weird as those were, this video takes the cake.
Hank Williams Jr. gets fired from ESPN, a woman wins the lottery after buying the wrong ticket, and Tupac's family threatens to sue over recent sex tape…the Mantenna never takes a vacation!
Imagine a Camaro tuned to lightning speed. Everything about it is designed for absolute sheer speed. This is a vehicle designed to go ripping down the highway at speeds that strain even the best engines.