Category Archives: Press

Kid D Big in Australia?

Ya damn right we are. Thanks to our good friends at who distribute for us down under, Kid Dangerous was featured in a magazine shoot “Dawn till Dusk.”  Watch the video here:


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Whatup People!

Our party is creeping up fast so it’s time to start planning logistics.  The party is being held in a warehouse located at 3401 Pasadena Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031.  It’s basically about five minutes north of downtown off the 110 Freeway.  There are a couple of ways to get there that we wanted to point out.


Not sure how many of you use the metro but when checking out the venue the other day, I noticed there is a Gold Line stop a couple of blocks away! This is huge for people that want to avoid driving, save money, etc. I just checked and the last southbound metro leaves at 1:02 AM on Saturday so it should be beautiful to get there and leave with no issues. The stop is called the Heritage Square Stop and it is located at 3545 Pasadena Ave.  You basically get off of the subway, hang a right on Pasadena ave and walk 0.2 miles to the venue.  Not too shabby right?  For more information on the subway, click here.

For all you Hollywood kids that have ridden the redline, you can take the red line to Union Station downtown then transfer to the gold line and take it to Heritage Square.  Super easy, super cheap and no risks.  Here’s a map to give you an idea of what you’re working with.

Hollywood Kids, Red Line South to Union Station. Gold Line North to Heritage Square and You're Done


For those of you driving or taking a cab, I recommend googling that shit!!! But, here are some quick tips:


Exit 27 onto Avenue 43

Sharp Left on E. Avenue 43

1st left on Carlota Blvd, left on Pasadena Ave and roll up to 3401 Pasadena Ave.


Take exit 137A toward State Route 110 N/Pasadena Fwy/Pasadena

Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Broadway and merge onto W Ave 21

Turn left at Pasadena Ave

Roll up to 3401 Pasadena Avenue


Get to the 101 Freeway and take it south

From the 101, get on the 110 Freeway North

Follow the directions from above.


Hope this helps people.  We’re really excited to see all of you there.  Let’s do the damn thing!

Luke Perry is a Man of the People

I love the internet. A friend of mine passed along this little gem of a link of Luke Perry (aka Dillon McKay from the original 90210) showing up at some random Dragoncon convention (too lazy to look this up but my guess is, dungeons and dragons type shit?) and taking some hilarious photos with random fans. You gotta love when a fading celebrity can poke a little fun at himself from time to time.  You were always my favorite, Dylan.

Bad sunburn and braids? Did this middle aged lady crash a spring break?

Luke Perry missing on the headlock but the hammer is cocked back and ready for action.

This lady wants to bone Luke Berry so bad it's making me uncomfortable.

Somewhat normal photo except for the goofy expression on that baby's face! Hahaha

Is that Ian Ziering?


To read the full article and see all the pics, click here

Exclusive Interview with Kid D sponsored, MMA Fighter Gray Maynard

Gray "The Bully" Maynard

Kid Dangerous is officially in the MMA game, having recently sponsored renowned fighters Gray Maynard and Jay Hieron.  Gray is currently preparing for one of the most anticipated fights of the year against Kenny Florian in UFC 118, with the winner of the fight putting himself in a prime position for a title fight in the lightweight division.  We’re proud to have Gray on board and are curious to find out what makes the dude tick, and by tick, we mean what makes him kick so much ass.


Gray, you’re a longtime badass – state-champ wrestler in high school, All-American in college – now rising through the ranks of UFC’s lightweight division. Has anyone ever been dumb enough to start shit with you outside the ring?

Not since I’ve been fighting. There are a lot of people that will talk shit about fighters on the internet with a fucking fake screen name, but I’ve never had anyone say anything to my face. High school and college were a different story though. I definitely had a handful of “altercations.”

What was the result?

The shitty thing about the times I got into street fights were A) it would always be over or broke up

Beer anyone?

really quick and B) after the actual fight ended, that’s when all the real bullshit started like getting arrested, getting jumped by all the guy’s friends, getting a lawsuit, or paying for the guy’s hospital bills. So I’m really really enjoying getting paid for my fighting nowadays rather than coming out of pocket for court costs and hospital bills.

We love to get hammered here at Kid D. Some of us are partial to Jameson, others to excessive amounts of beer. What’s your poison, Gray?

This is a very serious question that I’ve pondered many times. There’s always an ending point for each of them because of one bad night. The Tequila stage was the longest. I actually liked Tequila, but it ended one morning with me at the police station passed out on a mat, sharing a holding tank with another drunk guy that pissed himself, and an answering machine full of pissed off people waiting for me at my house. The whiskey, rum, and gin stages were all pretty short, but they ended pretty much the same way Tequila did.

Vodka had a little more classy way of ending. My buddy is a club promoter and asked me to do this little appearance for a really good cause. But when I got there it was like a full on fucking runway fashion show in a big night club with rehearsals and shit. So I’m thinking what the fuck did I get myself into and started pounding some mixed vodka drinks. Anyway, after the show I ended up drinking more vodka that night and doing a lot more stupid shit, which isn’t that bad until the next day when your buddies remind you of every little dumb ass detail you did that night. Now I just keep to beer. I don’t care if it’s at the best club in the world!! Bring out a bucket of beers for me, please.

Not to get all gay and fashion-y on you, but what’s up with MMA fighters wearing really shitty clothes? Aside from you, they all look like they got raped by a pack of screen printing lunatics. I mean, I know you can’t straight up tell a professional fighter that he looks like a douchebag, but seriously, they’ve got to know, right?

Wouldn't want to be the that dude.

Depends, I think some guys wear it because they get paid by the company, and some guys just really like it. I’ve seriously seen some shirts that have about 8-10 lbs of ink on them in the form of dragons, skulls, pitbulls, brass knuckles, and historical and religious symbols randomly put across the entire front and back. It looked like a meth head went on a bender for 3 days, locked himself in a room and came out with 1 design. I’m by no means a fashion expert, but they’ve got to realize more isn’t always better.

If you could fight any celebrity, who would it be?

Probably Eminem. It just really seems like he bitches a lot. I mean, what the fuck does he have so much to complain about? I don’t think getting his ass whooped would help him though. I think he’s just miserable.

Historical figure?

I’ll just quote Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown. Altering the past “could cause a chain reaction that would unravel the very fabric of the space-time continuum and destroy the entire universe.” I don’t want to be responsible for that.

I once saw a dude get knocked out in this parking lot, and his arms locked at right-angles as he stiffened straight as a board and cracked his head on the pavement behind him. I seriously thought the mother-fucker was dead. Have you ever hit someone and thought you killed him?

I don’t think so, but I never tried to stick around to admire my work, either, I always got the fuck out there quick!! One of the funniest things I’ve seen was this big guy that thought he was a gangster, his girl, and all his boys were starting shit with this regular looking guy in a parking lot outside of a bar. The chick and all this gangster dudes friends were yelling for him to beat this guy’s ass. So this guy thought he was cool, ran at this little normal guy and then this little dude fucking dropped him with a huge punch. Kinda like what you saw, he hit his head on the pavement and everything. All his people were dead silent, but we didn’t think he was dead cause he got up and could barely walk while mumbling “I got to get out here.” He tries to unlock the closest car that isn’t even his with his own keys. Then his chick goes, “Baby, baby, baby that’s not your not car.” It was like out of a movie – guy tries to act cool in front of his girl and his friends, picks on someone smaller, then gets fucked up with one punch. Classic!!

Most of the Kid D crew grew up together in Denver. I remember we were in middle school, and I had everyone over to watch the very FIRST UFC at Mammoth Sports Arena, which ironically enough, was taking place live in the great city of Denver, Colorado. A local fighter named Patrick Smith crushed this fucking ninjitsu-dude’s face all over the mat, and it was the most savage thing I’d ever seen. Now, this shit is an American past-time, and I believe a true representation of the warrior spirit. Do you ever think about what you do in those terms?

I’m not gonna give you some lame ass generic answer like “I was put on this earth to whoop people’s ass”, but I think everyone has different motivations and purposes for who they are and what they’re meant to do. I think I’m a very active, durable, competitive person, so this job fits me really well and I love it. Some people are meant to be creative, some are meant to be smart, and it goes on and on. Like the saying goes, “It takes all kinds to make up the world.” Your truly a lucky person if your job involves what you were meant to do. I believe if you do what you love, everything will eventually take care of itself because it’s so easy for you to put all your positive energy into it.

Are there UFC groupies? They’ve got to be the craziest bitches in the world…

Yeah, anyone that is at least semi-famous has groupies. There’s the UFC groupies that know everything about you and all the other fighters and really want to ask questions and talk about fighting. Then they tell you how they train at their local gym and ask about techniques and shit. Or tell you that you’re their boyfriend’s favorite fighter. Kinda weird! Then you got the fame groupies. They don’t even know who you are or what you do, but there’s a lot of people around that like you and that’s all they need to know. My friend Forest Griffen says, “They may not even know the music or the band, but they’ll fuck the lead singer any day of week.”

You’re from Arizona. What do you think about this whole immigration thing? Haha, just kidding.

Thank You

What do you want your tombstone to read? Finish this sentence: Here lies THE BULLY…

One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth fucking watching.

To learn more about Gray Maynard and to watch videos of him kicking the shit out of people, please check out his official website at:

Gray Maynard = Kid Dangerous

Cory Montieth from Glee Strikes Again

Cory Montieth from Glee is down for Kid Dangerous.  And Kid D is down for Cory.  Here he’s featured on Just Jared out at the club sporting our gear.  Exactly the kind of establishment you’ll find our shizz.

Kid D in California Girls/Gays Video?

So, I was recently contacted by a great guy named Ryan Yezak about featuring some Kid D gear in a viral video he was doing.  He told me he gets millions of hits on on youtube doing his own versions of popular musics videos from the likes of Lady Gaga, Ke$ha and more.  My interest was definitely piqued.  One week later and I give you California Gays.  So hilarious.  So Gay.

Kid D on 90210

It ain’t the Brandon Walsh / Dillon McKay version but we’ll take it! Check out Kid D’s Fanny Pack Tee featured on the WB’s 90210.  Holla!

to buy the shirt, click here

944 Interview

There’s times when I feel like all our work goes unappreciated.  Then, I see someone wasted in one of our shirts at a night club and that feeling vanishes immediately.  Speaking of feeling appreciated, we just took part in our first ever, proper interview with 944 Magazine.  Through all the excitement, we managed to maintain our smart-ass ways:

Kid D in this month’s issue of Nylon Guys!

Our bandana pocket tee was featured in this month’s Nylon Guys.  Check it on our online store right here…..

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