Pamela!: After announcing that the magazine will no longer feature nude pictures of women, Playboy is going out on a high (voluptuous, classic) note: The historic last nude issue will feature a bombshell 12-page pictorial of none other than Pamela Anderson.

 

It's official - Pamela Anderson returns to the Mansion for her 15th Playboy pictorial (issue hits newstands Friday, December 11th) #LastOne http://ply.by/4wqH1X

Posted by Playboy on Thursday, December 3, 2015

 

The Penis Flip: Okay, so: This is a video of pro wrestler Joey Ryan, who competes in a Japanese league called DDT Pro-Wrestling, ostensibly using his penis to flip over his opponent, Danshoku Dino. This is absurd and hilarious, so naturally Vice Sports interviewed Ryan, whose Twitter bio includes the slogan "Bringing sleazy back," about his signature penis-flip. [Vice Sports]

 

Sometimes there are just no words...Joey Ryan uses his manhood to win a test of strength...and there's a whole heap of other great stuff in this.Enjoy.

Posted by Telegraph Sport on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

 

Like Tinder for Gym-Goers: Sweatt, a new app set to launch this week on the iTunes App Store, promises to match you with people who share your favorite workout styles. We may just have to give it a test run. [AM New York]

Hail Mary: Do not sleep on Aaron Rodgers, Lions fans, because then he will draw a controversial facemask penalty and then throw a 66-yard pass with exactly zero seconds on the clock to crush every one of your dreams in your home stadium.

 

Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. #GBvsDET

Posted by NFL on Thursday, December 3, 2015

 

"Fight for the Cover": Besides glory and the shiny gold belt, the winner of UFC 194—Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor—will earn a spot on the cover of EA Sports UFC 2. The other fighter guaranteed a spot? Ronda Rousey, of course. [MMAFighting.com]

RIP, Scott Weiland: The lead singer of the Stone Temple Pilots—mainstays of every gym playlist since "Interstate Love Song" hit your Ford Bronco's radio in 1994—died Thursday in Minnesota at age 48, his manager confirmed. [New York Times]

The Jersey Lives On: Stephen Curry may be on a hot streak of historical proportions, but Davidson College—where he went to school before heading to the NBA—will not retire his jersey until he graduates. Curry was a year short of graduation when he went to the league in 2009. [ESPN]