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  1. Video: Chad Ochocinco staying busy

    ESPN.com staff

    Chad Ochocinco talks about riding with NASCAR driver Jeff Burton and getting pit crew lessons, bull riding, wrestling with alligators and debating Skip Bayless....

    Blog | June 30, 2011
  2. Chad Ochocinco believes Cincinnati Bengals have seen last of Cars...

    Carson Palmer says he'll never play for the Cincinnati Bengals again and his house in the Cincinnati suburbs recently sold. One of his favorite targets believes he's seen the last of the quarterback in stripes.

    Story | Conversation | June 30, 2011
  3. Ironman triathlete Paul Bedard wrestles gators

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    Wrestling alligators is his occupation. As ESPN's "E:60" reports, Paul Bedard is a college graduate from Massachusetts who wrestles gators in Florida for a living. He is known as the "King of Pain" for he has known a few bites from gators and poisono...

    Blog | Conversation | October 06, 2010
  4. A gator, eagle and Busch. Oh my!

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- You never know what you're going to see in the Daytona media center. Wednesday included an odd moment of Kyle Busch holding an alligator. No, it wasn't a wrestling match with Tony Stewart. This was a real baby gator, a guest...

    Blog | Conversation | January 17, 2007
  5. Out There: A baptism! Noodling for catfish

    Keith "Catfish" Sutton

    The first (and last) time I went noodling for catfish, when my companions urged me to insert my hand in a dark underwater hole to feel for a catfish. Noodling is the most ancient form of catting. No equipment is used. No hooks, no lines, no poles or reels. No tackle of any sort ... unless you consider your hands tackle. It's an extreme sport by anyone's definition, ranking right up there with bull fighting, skiing Mount Everest, parachuting off waterfalls and walking tightropes stretched between city skyscrapers. Some call it foolish. Others label it idiotic. None would deny, however, that those who catch catfish bare-handed are a special breed.

    Story | Conversation | February 19, 2002