Bullz-Eye talks “Smellmitment” with Old Spice Guys Terry Crews and Isaiah Mustafa

Old Spice Guys Terry Crews, left, and Isaiah Mustafa, team up for the first time ever to celebrate their popular “Make a Smellmitment” campaign to teach guys that whatever their scent choice, Old Spice has them covered, and announce next Tuesday’s much-anticipated conclusion to the campaign, on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for Old Spice/AP Images)

This week, for the first time ever, Old Spice ​Guy​s ​Terry Crews​ and Isaiah Mustafa joined forces at the Redbury Hotel in Hollywood to celebrate their popular “Make A Smellmitment” campaign and the grand finale commercial, which debuted yesterday on ESPN “SportsCenter.”

We spoke to Terry and Isaiah about getting over fears of smellmitment, picking up hot babes and their journey to Old Spice pitchmen.

Bullz-Eye: Terry and Isaiah, I feel like I am in an Old Spice sandwich!

Isaiah Mustafa: Is that good or bad?

BE: We’ll see! So far, so good though. Are you guys sitting there with your shirts off right now? Because every time I see you on TV, you are both shirtless.

Isaiah: No, not this time.

Terry Crews: I am completely shirtless underneath my clothes right now!

Read full interview here.


Product Review: NJOY E-Cigarette

NJOY, the largest independent e-cigarette and vaping company in the US, has unveiled its newest product, the Daily, a superior e-cigarette scientifically developed to deliver quick-and-strong nicotine satisfaction at levels close to an actual cigarette.

The Daily has been crafted for adult smokers who are familiar with e-cigs but have been largely unsatisfied by the products they’ve tried in the past. The Daily represents NJOY’s mission to make the traditional combustion cigarette obsolete. After testing it out ourselves, we have to give props to NJOY on accomplishing exactly what they set out to do. The Daily exceeded all of our expectations and offers a restored faith in those who have given up on e-cigs.

With its lightweight design and soft tip, the Daily feels like an actual cigarette and should provide a full pack’s worth of smoking from a single, ready-to-use disposable unit. It is easy to transport and even easier to use, particularly in situations where you just want a quick drag or two. The Daily produces a thick vapor and offers a strong yet smooth throat hit that is reminiscent to that of a traditional cigarette.

Read the full review here.


A Day In The Life Of NASCAR Driver Cole Whitt


The best things in NASCAR thrive under pressure. Whether it’s the engine, pit crew or driver, it’s a game of constant pressure, a game of endurance that lasts from February to November. And the team that handles it the best wins the Sprint Cup. With two races left, the intensity is nearing it’s crescendo, but the gameplan remains the same.

“The biggest thing as the driver is that you’re kind of the quarterback of this team. All these guys feed off of me. So however my mentality is, whatever my level of encouragement or excitement, feeds the team,” said 24-year old Speed Stick driver Cole Whitt about his routine entering the final races of the season.  “They already know the odds are stacked against them, they all know what’s going on. But each day is a new day and you build on it and just try to be the best that you can at the end.”

The demands placed on a NASCAR driver throughout the season are intense. The idea that drivers get to the track, turn left for three hours and then resume their day-to-day life is false.

“After a race, you recover the rest of Sunday. You only get three days at home a week. Then you rest on Monday and try to tax your body with workouts Tuesday and Wednesday, travel again on Thursday – we’re constantly travelling or moving.”

Read the full interview.


Kelley Blue Book 2016 Best Buy Award Winners Announced

Car Awards - Kelley Blue Book

If you’re a man and you have to own a minivan, you may as well own the best one. Kelley Blue Book has taken all of the guesswork out of it for you, so you don’t end up in a late model Previa or Astro, like a moron.

The only vehicle valuation source trusted by both consumers and the automotive industry, KBB announced the winners of its 2016 Best Buy Awards, which honor the top new model-year vehicle choices available in the U.S. The premier awards program is designed to help new-car buyers with the sometimes overwhelming task of identifying the best new car for them.

The 2016 Best Buy Awards Finalist models were chosen after a year of rigorous testing of nearly every new model vehicle in America.

The initial pool consisted of the 49 vehicles listed below across 12 categories, each vehicle included for being recognized as the best in overall quality and value, based both on proprietary Kelley Blue Book metrics and the expert evaluations of the KBB.com editorial staff. The winner of each category is denoted via italics. Check out the full review of each vehicle via kbb.com.

Best Buy: Overall Winner (Pictured above)
2016 Honda Civic

Small Car
2016 Honda Civic
2016 Hyundai Elantra
2016 Scion iM
2016 Subaru Impreza
2016 Toyota Corolla

Midsize Car
2016 Chevrolet Malibu
2016 Honda Accord
2016 Hyundai Sonata
2016 Kia Optima
2016 Mazda MAZDA6
2016 Toyota Camry

Full-Size Car
2016 Chevrolet Impala
2016 Chrysler 300
2016 Hyundai Genesis
2016 Nissan Maxima
2016 Toyota Avalon

Small SUV
2016 Honda CR-V
2016 Honda HR-V
2016 Hyundai Tucson
2016 Mazda CX-3

Midsize SUV
2016 Ford Explorer
2016 Honda Pilot
2016 Mitsubishi Outlander
2016 Toyota Highlander

Full-Size SUV
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
2016 Ford Expedition
2016 Toyota Sequoia

2016 Honda Odyssey
2016 Kia Sedona
2016 Toyota Sienna

Pickup Truck
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2016 Ford F-150
2016 Nissan Titan
2016 Toyota Tacoma

Performance Car
2016 Chevrolet Camaro
2016 Chevrolet Corvette
2016 Ford GT350
2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata
2016 Scion FR-S

Electric/Hybrid Car
2016 Chevrolet Volt
2016 Toyota Mirai
2016 Volkswagen eGolf

Luxury Car
2016 Acura ILX
2016 Lexus GS
2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Luxury SUV
2016 Acura MDX
2016 Lexus RX
2016 Lincoln MKX
2016 Volvo XC90


Beer Cage Of Facial Hair Wins National Beard And Moustache Championships


This past weekend, the 6th annual National Beard and Moustache Championships, presented by the Traveler Beer Company, was held at Brooklyn’s King Theater. 300 beard and moustache groupies turned out from across the globe to compete in 18 categories.

But ONE MAN stole the show: veteran beardsman Eric Brooks donned a gigantic bird cage-style beard made entirely of the contestant’s facial hair — with a working cage door that opened up to allow him to chug an entire bottle of Illusive Traveler shandy, the National Beard and Moustache Championship sponsor product.

The Beer Cage was a nod to the above video “rumored” to have been staged in Los Angeles at The Groundlings improve stage in 1991, the same year Saddam decided to tangle with one general Norman Schwarzkopf Jr.