Join Michael Hunter in 'The Action & Alternative Sports Revolution' as he brings you up close and personal with some of the best in action and alternative sports. Including MMA, wrestling, racing, X-Games and more! Showcasing the athletes, lifestyles and the people behind the scenes. Tattooed, bearded and not willing to conform to "the norm". Hunter isn't just another pretty face talking sports behind a microphone. Now, with his background in Rock and Sports Talk radio, he combines his passion for Action and Alternative sports. A 1500 ESPN Twin Cities production.
The Red Bull Crashed Ice spectacle (ep. 3)
St. Paul, Minnesota set the scene. Michael Hunter brought the mic and had a chance to take in... Show More
St. Paul, Minnesota set the scene. Michael Hunter brought the mic and had a chance to take in the spectacle that is the Red Bull Crashed Ice event. He caught up with some of the finest athletes this young sport of Ice Cross Downhill has - Reed Whiting, Maxwell Dunne, Dean Moriarity, Dylan Moriarity and 2-time World Ice Cross Champion, Cameron Naasz. Find out why it's called the fastest sport on skates and the sacrifice it takes to make it in this extreme sport with Winter Olympic hopes. This candid interview covers everything from how this sport came to be, to Taylor Swift. We also debut our new segment, Alternative Facts. Show Less
Part 2 of Michael Hunter's in-depth sit-down interview with X Games and SnoCross veteran Tucker... Show More
Part 2 of Michael Hunter's in-depth sit-down interview with X Games and SnoCross veteran Tucker Hibbert. The T-Train discusses being an innovator in the sport, breaking records, his biggest rivalries, the elusive ESPY, and how much gas he has left in the tank. Show Less
Tucker Hibbert, Carl Schubitzke from Pirtek...
Michael Hunter brought the debut Action & Alternative Sports Revolution to the Pirtek SnoCross... Show More
Michael Hunter brought the debut Action & Alternative Sports Revolution to the Pirtek SnoCross National event at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN. ISOC President Carl Schubitzke educates us on the finer points of the sport. The 'T-Train' Tucker Hibbert talks about what happens when you have too many medals, X Games, being a role model, his family and his crew. Show Less