Jackie Tranchida goes to Church Street Boxing and meets up with Glory Kickboxing's Wayne Barrett. They talk about his training for his upcoming fight at Glory 18 and how he feels it's important to give back to next generation of martial artists. Jackie also heads over to the UK and previews the new season of Nissan GT Academy. A competition where video gamers try to go from virtual to reality and become a pro racecar driver.
We usually see shoddy work like this from unqualified hacks, but Jim has 30 years experience and three separate licenses. How could this be? To get answers, Alison sets up the sting.
Adam & Skip inspect the Baljkas residence and find that it is one big fire hazard. Contractor Jim left this house, and this family, with a disaster waiting to happen.
Tom, the ex-police officer owner at this Philly watering hole, gets drunk every single night. Once he is nice and socially lubed up, his volatile language gets him into trouble with patrons and his staff.
Tom, the ex-detective owner of Lickety Split, has been in business since 2003. Recently his incessant drinking and disrespectful behavior are threatening the livelihood of him, AND his family.
Join Common, Brandon Gore, and Nolen Niu as they judge original furniture crafted from scratch by thirteen top builders competing for $100,000 and a chance to have their very own line sold to the masses.
Tune in to Framework premiering Tuesday, January 6 at 10/9c on SPIKE.
Spike TV is building a new original non-scripted franchise with the first-ever furniture design competition series, “Framework,” hosted by renowned hip-hop artist, actor, and author, Common.
When her military husband ships out, Haley unearths some disturbing facts that end her marriage (and later, her tattoo).
Bill’s EMT tattoo needed life support after nervous tattooer blotched his lines.
The Tag Team Tournament finals are here. Can The Hardys prove they still have what is takes to be champions or will the X Division standouts, Low Ki and Samoa Joe, claim the titles?