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Seriously, Floyd Mayweather vs. Andre Berto?

Seriously, Floyd Mayweather vs. Andre Berto?

There’s been something like disbelief among boxing fans this week in response to the TMZ report that Floyd Mayweather will indeed face Andre Berto in September, in the final bout on his current contract, in what could be the last fight of his career. After Mayweather easily handled Manny Pacquiao last May, it is certainly [...]

July 24, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0

Nadjib Mohammedi is NOT A Legitimate Contender

Nadjib Mohammedi is NOT A Legitimate Contender

The purpose of this blog is not to disparage light heavyweight contender Nadjib Mohammedi. The Frenchman has campaigned for a decade as a professional boxer. He’s had 40 fights and won 37 of them. All true fans should have respect for what he’s accomplished in the sport. But to proclaim him the No. 1 contender [...]

July 22, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0

Zack Greinke’s Scoreless Innings Streak Now at 43 2/3

Zack Greinke’s Scoreless Innings Streak Now at 43 2/3

The Dodgers’ Zack Greinke has been absolutely lighting it up this season. He has virtually been unhittable, while not allowing any runs in his last several outings. Yesterday vs. Washington, he tossed eight scoreless innings, which extends his scoreless streak to a ridiculous 43 2/3 innings. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke was masterful again [...]

July 21, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Justin Tuck After Speaking with JPP: “He’s Fine”

Justin Tuck After Speaking with JPP: “He’s Fine”

Jason Pierre-Paul has kept a low profile since his 4th of July accident that cost him his right index finger but he has apparently been in touch with former teammate Justin Tuck. According to tuck, JPP is in high spirits and will be just fine. “What I told JPP is go out and play football. [...]

July 21, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Watch: Elite 2016 HS Recruit Miles Bridges Amazing Off The Backboard Windmill Dunk

Watch: Elite 2016 HS Recruit Miles Bridges Amazing Off The Backboard Windmill Dunk

Is it me or are the nation’s most recent top flight high school prospects getting more and more athletic? In an age where it sometimes seems more important how high one can jump rather than consistently put the ball in the basket, it’s a sign of the times, as the game we know and love [...]

July 20, 2015 Allen Moll CBB, Headlines 1

Broncos Sign Demaryius Thomas to a 5-Year, $70 Million Deal

Broncos Sign Demaryius Thomas to a 5-Year, $70 Million Deal

NFL teams had until this week to sign franchised players to long-term deals or else they wouldn’t be able to do so until 2016. With certain players threatening to hold out, some teams were forced to hand over big sums of money to players. This was successful for Dez Bryant and he came to terms [...]

July 16, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Dez Bryant, Cowboys Come to Terms on 5-Year, $70 Million Deal

Dez Bryant, Cowboys Come to Terms on 5-Year, $70 Million Deal

Dez Bryant more or less threatened the Dallas Cowboys into the long-term deal he was looking for. On Monday, Dez tweeted that he’d miss games if no deal was met by today and there’s no doubt that he was serious. Well today, he got what he was looking for and deserved. Dez and Dallas came [...]

July 16, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Mike Trout First Ever Back-to-Back All Star Game MVP

Mike Trout First Ever Back-to-Back All Star Game MVP

Mike Trout is unreal. It’s still tough to fathom how good of a player he is even though he’s been around for several years now. Trout led off last night’s all-star game with a home run, which means he hit for the cycle in lead off at-bats in all-star games. He also earned MVP honors, [...]

July 15, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Yankees and Red Sox Combine For Zero All-Star Starters For First Time Ever

Yankees and Red Sox Combine For Zero All-Star Starters For First Time Ever

The final votes have been tallied and rosters are set for this week’s MLB all-star game. And in an interesting turn of event, for the first time ever, the Midsummer Classic will not have a single player from the Yankees or Red Sox in the starting lineup. In recent memory, the teams have been littered [...]

July 15, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, Hot Seat, MLB 0

Is Carson Palmer Still for Real?

Is Carson Palmer Still for Real?

Carson Palmer is back and ready to play. But is he really back? The Arizona Cardinals have pretty much had the defensive side of the ball covered in all areas for the last few years. The offense has been a roller coaster that has kept the Cardinals from reaching the next stage and become a [...]

July 14, 2015 Gino Bernasconi Headlines, NFL 0