Phil, “wants to have his way at every turn.”
Your browser does not support iframes. CHASKA, Minn. — Phil Mickelson apologized to 2004 U.S. Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton on Thursday for comments he made the day prior that laid blame for the failure of Mickelson’s ill-fated partnership with Tiger Woods when Sutton led the team. Show More Summary
Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing paid a visit to the White House on Wednesday. President Barack Obama honored NASCAR champion Kyle Busch and the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing team during a ceremony at the White House on Wednesday. Busch overcame serious injuries to win the 2015 Sprint Cup championship. Show More Summary
As he enters the final year of his contract, NBA MVP Stephen Curry has no intentions of leaving the Golden State Warriors, he told reporters on Tuesday.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out the possibility of taking over as England boss but insisted he is purely focused on the Gunners while in the last year of his contract. Following the departure of Sam Allardyce as...Show More Summary
Great news everyone, we can start talking about a Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather publicity stunt super fight again! Hey, it beats this. The retired pound-for-pound great was singing the "Notorious" praises this week, insisting the...Show More Summary
Drew Brees doesn't appear angry about the fact that his NFL-leading production has been wasted by the New Orleans Saints' 0-3 start
The Dallas Cowboys received bad news earlier today when they found out wide receiver Dez Bryant has a hairline fracture in his knee. Head Coach Jason Garrett said Bryant is day-to-day and will be re-evaluated tomorrow. There is a chance...Show More Summary
CHASKA, Minnesota, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson sparked a verbal spat with former United States captain Hal Sutton at Hazeltine on Wednesday for events that occurred during the 2004 Ryder Cup at Oakland Hills.
Pete Willett, brother of Danny Willett, the second Englishman ever to win the Masters, is a good tweeter—we knew this. Ahead of the Ryder Cup kicking off Friday at Hazeltine, Pete is letting American golf fans know exactly what he thinks of them. Read more...
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s son posing with Cristiano Ronaldo’s match shirt. By Jack Martorana Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 21:27 Ronaldo gives Aubameyang his shirt After last night’s 2-2 draw between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo must have given Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang his match shirt. Show More Summary
Veteran lightweight Petr "Zar" Petrov emerged victorious over Michael "The Artist" Perez in an elimination fight to earn a shot at WBA Lightweight Champion Jorge Linares. The main event capped an action-packed, [...] The post Petr Petrov vs. Michael Perez results appeared first on Boxing News 24.
By Allan Fox: Floyd Mayweather Jr. says he might come out of retirement for a little more money. He’s leaving his options open after he tried and failed to make a fight between him and UFC star Conor [...] The post Mayweather might fight again “for a couple more bucks” appeared first on Boxing News 24.
By Eric Baldwin: Unbeaten heavyweight contender Joseph Parker (20-0, 17 KOs) weighed in at a solid 240 ¼ pounds on Friday at his weigh-in for his fight on Saturday night against Alexander Dimitrenko [...] The post Joseph Parker vs. Alexander Dimitrenko official weights appeared first on Boxing News 24.
Boom! What happens when idiots run on the field! I respect Angel Pagan! A video posted by Eric OConnor (@ericoconnor96) on Sep 30, 2016 at 8:35pm PDT It’s a Friday night. You’re soaking in the last regular season series between the Giants and the Dodgers in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Earnhardt, who’s still recovering from a concussion, will attend the NASCAR races this weekend at Dover. Although he won't be competing, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be in attendance for Saturday's Xfinity Series race and Sunday's SprintShow More Summary
Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose will partner rookies in Saturday's foursomes as Europe begins day two of the Ryder Cup 5-3 behind the United States.