Martin Murray is expecting an all out war when he faces George Groves in a WBA eliminator on June 25th in London. Martin Murray (32-3-1, 15 KOs) is scheduled to take on George Groves (23-3, 18 KOs) on June 25th at London's O2 Arena in a WBA eliminator bout. Show More Summary
This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. Its content will address issues of adaptation, it will preview—but not “spoil” outright, until the very end of the review—events...Show More Summary
Now that most of the storylines in Game of Thrones have progressed beyond the point that George R.R. Martin has reached in his ongoing A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels, all bets are off in terms of what might happen next. Of course, that's just a figure of speech. Show More Summary
Surprising deaths, naked ladies, and elaborate plots can only mean one thing; Game of Thrones his back on the air. The HBO juggernaut, based on the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin, kicked off Season 6 last weekend. For the first time since it premiered in 2011, Game of Thrones has... Show More Summary
The death count on Game of Thrones is easily one of the show's most talked-about aspects, especially since the HBO series doesn't shy away from killing off characters who are still alive and well in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels. Show More Summary
The term must-win fight is used far too often in boxing. However, when George Groves and Martin Murray meet in the ring at the O2 Arena in London on June 25, both will be putting their careers on the line. Between them, the two Englishmen...Show More Summary
In light of the return of Game Of Thrones this past weekend, the internet has been brimming with pieces about HBO and George R.R. Martin’s hit series. Some tributes are happy to spoof the self-seriousness of it all, while others take a more studied, analytical approach (have you watched our latest Polite Fight yet?). Show More Summary
There are some teams who would love a draft do-over more than George R.R. Martin loves a good bloodbath. Whether it's disappointing early returns or a long-time career of failed expectations, many first-round draft picks have turned out to be busts. Show More Summary
It seems like a strange time, 2016, doesn't it? It's almost as if George R. R. Martin is writing this chapter of our collective experience. When Lemmy died in the waning days of December of 2015 it felt like a...
He fought WBA and IBF super middleweight champion Carl Froch in 2013 and 2014. Groves lost both times by TKO…
Vocativ offers one plausible answer to the question of why George R.R. Martin has no pages: his furious NFL blogging. (They count 56,829 words, which is a lot of pages.) [Vocativ] Read more...
Game of Thrones is back, which means fans are being treated to a whole new season of dragons, boobs, and the killing off of your favorite characters, which can sometimes make you want to do to George R.R. Martin what Ramsay Bolton did to Theon Greyjoy. Show More Summary
By Scott Gilfoid: #2 WBC, #10 IBF George Groves (23-3, 18 KOs) will be facing #9 WBC Martin Murray (32-3-1, 15 KOs) in a WBA super middleweight title eliminator on June 25 in the co-feature bout on the [...] The post George Groves faces Martin Murray on Anthony Joshua card on 6/25 appeared first on Boxing News 24.
Anthony Joshua will face Dominic Breazeale in his first title defense, and George Groves and Martin Murray will meet in a clash of super middleweight contenders. Recently crowned IBF heavyweight titleholder Anthony Joshua has his first...Show More Summary
For the past five seasons, I have watched Game of Thrones with a computer on my lap, ready and willing to Google any character, storyline, or plot twist that appeared onscreen, to see how they played out in the books. If most people are spoilerphobic, when it comes to GOT, I’ve been spoilerphilic. Show More Summary
I wasn't happy with the news that George R.R. Martin couldn't finish the latest GOT book in time so I could have read it before the new season started on HBO, but such is life. I haven't decided if I will ever buy it either, but at least...Show More Summary
This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will address events from the books more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of tonight's Game of Thrones Season 6 opener. Forget all the teasers, interviews with EPs, speculation and even the George R.R. Martin books for now, the power and glory of HBO’s Game of Thrones has always been what’s on the screen – and that was surely the case tonight. Show More Summary
Gird your loins, because tonight Game of Thrones returns to HBO for season six. There will be dragons. There will be sex. There will be Jon Snow — or maybe that’s just wishful thinking. After all the teasing by George R. R. Martin and the gang, we could all use a few drinks for tonight’s […]
George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series contains so many mysteries that are perfect for amateur sleuths to spend hours puzzling over in search of an answer. Sure, Jon Snow’s death is a big question, but there’s an even more important question surrounding...