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The Odd Case of Ali-Liston II

Monday, May 25 marked the 50th Anniversary Muhammad Ali’s 1965 rematch with Sonny Liston, in Lewiston, Maine. It is one of boxing’s most infamous prize fights, ending on in one of the sport’s most controversial knockouts. The venue itself, St. Dominick’s Hall in Lewiston, Maine, is one of the most unlikely places to ever host […]

Dorial Green-Beckham Turning Heads Already

You don’t see people talking about second rounders making this big a difference this early, but the Tennessee Titans are changing everything about their look and this kid might be a big part of a dangerously dynamic offense if properly set up. With the 40th overall selection, the Titans took wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham to […]

Report: Star Sophomore Rysheed Jordan Will Be Ruled Ineligible For ’15-’16

When the St. John’s Red Storm hired NBA Hall of Famer Chris Mullin this offseason to be their newest head coach, he thought he was inheriting a talented roster led by elite shot blocker Chris Obekpa and one of the nation’s star freshmen last year in Rysheed Jordan. The star frosh finished the year on […]

Maryland Favored Over Duke, UNC, and UK For 2016 NCAA Title

It has barely been 8 weeks since the NCAA crowned it’s new king of college hoops as Duke took home the 2015 Championship, behind the talents of stud freshmen Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow, and Tyus Jones. Now that the dust has settled this offseason and most top tier high school recruits have committed for the […]

Watch: Colorado Rockies ‘Opera Man’ Beer Vendor

This beer vendor for the Colorado Rockies is either really entertaining or really annoying, depending on your perspective. But one things for sure, you are not going to forget him anytime soon. Check him out in action….

No Structural Damage Done to Hawks’ Carroll’s Knee, Questionable for Game 2

Despite being the #1 seed in the East, many aren’t picking the Hawks to win the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Cleveland. That general feeling was only strengthened yesterday when DeMarre Carroll went down in the fourth quarter with a left knee injury. But the good news for Hawks fans is that it wasn’t as bad […]

Heavyweight Contender Fight in Moscow This Weekend

The coming weekend in boxing does not feature the kind of major stars that the past several have, but there is still some great boxing action on the schedule. Things start off on Friday night in Moscow when Alexander Povetkin meets Mike Perez in a heavyweight showdown. Povetkin and Perez both had stellar amateur careers […]

Michael Phelps Turns in Worst Performance Since 2000

Whenever Michael Phelps is in the pool, you can usually expect a top three finish. However, in a recent meet, he turned in his worst performance since the 2000 Olympics. At a recent Pro Swim Series stop in Charlotte, Phelps placed 3rd, 7th, 9th, 9th, and 11th in his five events. Phelps said he was […]

Pic: Aaron Hernandez’s New “Lifetime” Tattoo

Fresh off his murder convicted and lifetime sentence, Aaron Hernandez was in court today to plead not guilty to a separate charge involving someone’s death. But what was of note about Hernandez was a brand new tattoo on his neck that reads “Lifetime.”  Fitting. Some people just don’t get it.

Kentucky Still In Mix For 5 Star Talents Swanigan, Maker, and Murray

Ever since John Calpiari made his way from the University of Memphis to Kentucky prior to the 2010-2011 season, he has consistently reeled in the Top 1 or 2 rated recruiting class in the nation. The fruits of his labor have helped the Wildcats annually make deep postseason runs, including taking home the 2012 NCAA […]

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Will Not Appeal Sanctions

Because Tom Brady has chosen to appeal his 4-game suspension, DeflateGate doesn’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. However, it looks as if the owner of the Patriots wishes it would. Robert Kraft has decided not to appeal any of the punishment handed down to the team from the NFL. Whether or not this […]

On This Day in Boxing History: Micky Ward and Arturo Gatti Meet for the First Time

On this day in 2002, one of the most celebrated slugfests of this century took place at the Monhegan Sun Casino when Micky Ward outlasted Arturo Gatti by Round 10 majority decision. Ward and Gatti were regular participants in Fight of the Year classics during this era. Their first and third meetings were Fights of […]

AFC East Wide Open for the First Time in Years

By this time we have all heard enough about deflate gate. With Tom Brady’s appeal process still going on there is no clear amount of time that the Patriots will be without him, but it still leaves an opening for the other teams to come in and steal the AFC East from the champions. With […]

Bills May Cut EJ Manuel

The Buffalo Bills used their first pick in the 2013 NFL draft on a quarterback: EJ Manuel from Florida State. While the pick was surprising, Manual was supposed to come in and eventually assert himself as the franchise quarterback. To say he has struggled would be putting it lightly. But barely two years later, Manuel […]

Lighting Fan Removed From Game For Carrying Gun

Playoff hockey can be intense, but there’s a certain line of fandom that doesn’t need crossing. Last night at the Tampa Bay Lightning game, a man was removed by police for having a gun on him. The 27-year old had a permit, but is still facing serious charges. The major question surrounding this is how […]

Investigation Suggests Tom Brady Was Aware of Deflated Footballs

In the two weeks between the AFC championship game and the Super Bowl, the football conversation was dominated by #DeflateGate and whether or not the Patriots knew the footballs used in their 45-7 blowout win over the Colts were deflated. Bill Belichick and Tom Brady steadfastly denied knowing that anything illegal took place, but perhaps […]

Bulls Management “Can’t Wait” to Get Rid of Coach Thibodeau

What glitters isn’t always gold, especially when it comes to coaching in the NBA. Look at Mark Jackson; a successful NBA coach who was let go of reasons that had nothing to do with his team’s performance. Might the same be the fate for the Bulls’ Tom Thibodeau? The Bulls are finally healthy for a […]

On This Day in Boxing History: Victor Galindez Edges Yaqui Lopez in a Light Heavyweight Classic

On this day in 1978, Victor Galindez retained the WBA light heavyweight title via hotly disputed decision over Yaqui Lopez. It was a rematch of their September 1977 title fight, which Galindez had also won by controversial decision. The late 1970s and early 1980s was a true golden era in the light heavyweight division and […]

Mayweather Open to Pacquiao Rematch

If your first thought following Saturday night’s Mayweather-Pacquiao fight was “rematch!”, you were definitely in the minority. Even though the fight went as anticipated by those who are familiar with Floyd’s fighting style, people were so turned off by what many consider to be a snooze-fest. But as it turns out, Mayweather is willing to […]

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