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For a guy who doesn't seem to like MMA, 'Rampage' Jackson can't stop coming back for more

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson says he’s finally happy with his Bellator contract. If history is any indicator, that won’t last long. It also won’t stop him from stubbornly trudging on as he inches closer to two full decades in a sport he (...)

Legal wrangling behind him, 'Rampage' finally feeling happy before Bellator 157

On Tuesday, Quinton Jackson cast himself as “Guile” and “M. Bison” in a “Street Fighter” tournament for Bellator’s military outreach program, pitting his gaming skills against veterans at a sports bar in St. Louis. Filed under: Bellator, Featured Videos, (...)

The Daily Show Asks New Yorkers to Wish Trump a 'Happy Birthday' and They Comply, Sort Of

In honor of Donald Trump’s 70th birthday, The Daily Show correspondent Desi Lydic took to the streets of New York to collect birthday wishes for the Republican presidential candidate. Lydic, sporting a "Make 70 Great Again" party hat, carried around a man-sized "Grand Wizard" birthday card, allowing New Yorkers to ... More »

Has Raheem Sterling Lived Up to His £44M Manchester City Price Tag?

"It's good to know the manager trusts me in these different positions and I'm happy to play in any for my country," Raheem Sterling told Sky Sports News HQ (h/t Lyall Thomas of Sky Sports) ahead of England’s European Championship campaign. He continued: All I can do is keep training well and doing my best, and showing the manager what I can do. Show More Summary

NASCAR Driver Isn't Happy With His Former Competitor In The Commentary Booth

3 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Brad Keselowski isn’t happy about his retired competitor’s on-air portrayal of yesterday’s pit stop snafu at Pocono, reports Racer. Keselowski lashed out at Fox Sports commentator and recently retired Sprint Cup racer Jeff Gordon for allegedly being biased. Read more...

Anthony Rizzo pretends to fight former teammate after throw back to pitcher hits him in the head

A funny little sports moment. Oh no! Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo doesn't look too happy after getting hit in the head by the throw back to the pitcher from Diamondbacks catcher Welington Castillo. Just kidding! It was only a friendly shove. Show More Summary

Friday Funny 1108: Owning a Sports Team

Lots more funny things posted all day long on Happy weekend!! Steve in a Speedo

Girl's Reaction to Getting a Doll With Prosthetic Leg Just Like Hers Will Make You Cry Happy Tears

In a Facebook post that would move anyone, a mother recorded the very moment she gave her daughter a doll with a prosthetic leg. With the help of A Step Ahead Prosthetics, the special toy was designed to sport a prosthetic leg, just like the one Emma has. Show More Summary

Brandon Jennings -- Talks NBA Fashion ... In $300 Sandals

NBA star Brandon Jennings has opinions about the league's new policy allowing corporate logos on team jerseys... and he was more than happy to talk to TMZ Sports about them. That's all well and good... but we were way more impressed...

Lost in translation? Erik Lamela tells press he wants to spend one more year at Spurs [TyC Sports]

Spurs winger Erik Lamela gave an interview to Argentine media outlet TyC Sports in which he professed his current state of happiness at White Hart Lane. The 24-year-old Argentine has enjoyed a successful second season in London after struggling badly in a bizarre year in England following his £30m move from Roma. Possibly lost in […]

Leicester City Wins English Premier League And Takes Over Social Media

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

The biggest Cinderella story in sports history had its happy ending on Monday, and social media is fired up.

Galaxy ties Kansas City, 1-1, but Bruce Arena isn't happy

Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena found little to be happy about in his team's chilly 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City on Sunday. "This game, I'm not going to look at at all," he said. "We're going to throw that one in the garbage can. We didn't do well." Some of his players saw things a little differently....

Column: Cowboys Gamble on a Bad Knee Instead of a Bad Actor

If you had a nickel for every time someone in the front office of a pro sports team said "We're not running a charity here," you'd barely have enough to cover the cost of a "Happy Meal."

Ex-college athletes are tweeting their NCAA/EA settlement checks and seem pretty happy about them

The NCAA and EA Sports lawsuit over using the names and likenesses of college athletes in games was settled for $60 million, an amount (...)

The Comeback: 'Rumble' not happy, new 'TUF' coaches, greasing-allegation fallout

In a sport that never stops moving, even MMA junkies can struggle to keep up with all the latest news. If you missed any of Monday’s biggest headlines, catch up with “The Comeback.”Filed under: Bellator, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos (...)

2016 MLB Preview

Happy Opening Day II! Speaking of New York provincialism, I was amused to see Will Lietch talking about the “Mets or the Cubs — the two most beleaguered major-market franchises in sports.” What the hell? The Cubs, OK, and may this continue unto eternity. But the Mets? Even before last year, the Mets have had […]

Energy Showing Signs Of A Thaw With The Arrival of Spring

While it’s March Madness in the sports world, its March happiness if you are an investor in the energy sector as the sector has returned 9% in the month of March through the end of last week. In fact, the energy sector is the best performing sector within the S&P [...]

The Baseball Coach Who Said “We Kill Gay People” Is Now Attempting To Combat Homophobia In Sports

3 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

We’re all for a story that has a happy ending, especially if it involves a reformed homophobe. Colorado Mesa College coach Sean McKinney was investigated for saying “we kill gay people” after his former player Tyler Dunnington was profiled for OutSports. Dunnington didn’t name the source of the remarks, but the school’s investigation led them to McKinney. Instead of [...]

Former UFC champ Chris Weidman 'more excited' to get belt back with MMA in New York

MMA legalization in New York was a major moment for the sport, but few are as happy with the development as former UFC middleweight champion, and New York native, Chris Weidman.Filed under: News, UFC

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