On August 8th, ESPN2 once again unveiled "The Ocho," a 24-hour celebration of some of the wackiest and off-the-wall events in sports.
Here was the lineup, top moments, social media shout-outs, and more...
The 2018 lineup
ESPN8: The Ocho is happening all day on ESPN2.— SportsNation (@SportsNation) August 8, 2018
You don't want to miss this. pic.twitter.com/AIgqjPg4hT
Let the games begin
The best from ESPN's The Ocho
Check out the best moments from ESPN's The Ocho, including Headis, Kadabbi, rock-paper-scissors, juggling dodgeball and kick volleyball.
E:60 on The Ocho
Get ready for a day full of fringe sports on The Ocho.
Clutch cornhole shot called by Mayne
Kenny Mayne provides the call on The Ocho for some clutch cornhole action.
Dearest @espn I still remember writing the script for Dodgeball in my crappy apartment off of Melrose. This makes me so happy. Have fun tomorrow.— Rawson Thurber (@RawsonThurber) August 8, 2018
Self-appointed Jedi Knight master Alain Bloch was recently crowned Saber Legion world champ. He's got all the moves. pic.twitter.com/WAgoac6tOG— SportsNation (@SportsNation) August 8, 2018
Your guide to understanding some of the weirdest sports on the planet.
Rawson Marshall Thurber, director of "DodgeBall: An Underdog Story," talks about the film and the genesis of "The Ocho" joke.
By day, Alain Bloch is a software engineer. By night, he morphs into a self-appointed Jedi Knight, a lethal plastic sword-wielding star who dominates lightsaber fighting.
The Ocho is taking over ESPN2's airwaves with the Saber Legion World Championships -- here's a complete guide of how to dominate like the very best Jedi Knight master in the galaxy.
Watch videos from the ESPN8 "The Ocho" collection on WatchESPN.
ESPN's Jason Fitz and Mike Golic Jr. demonstrate some of the weirdest, and best, of "The Ocho" sports.