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Tomorrow evening in San Diego, the Strikeforce Welterweight and Lightweight titles will be on the line as a part of a nine fight card, the last four of which will be shown live on the Showtime network. Main Event – … Continue reading
Saturday night on MTV2, Bellator Fighting Championships will produce its 40th installment with a card that features two semi-final matchups and a non-title super fight featuring the promotion’s welterweight champion. Main Event: Ben Askren vs. Nick Thompson (Non-title Super Fight) … Continue reading
One of the great things about athletics is its uncanny ability to inspire and foster remarkable dedication. Though sometimes are pursuits are shared collectively in a team atmosphere, other times these pursuits are individually held and drive us to make … Continue reading
I had actually planned on devoting an entry for this next stadium later on in the summer/early fall as part of the upcoming football season, however, sometimes events and occurrences dictate when it is appropriate to discuss a particular subject. … Continue reading
Saturday evening Bellator’s 39th promotion offered fans a night of exciting fights. After a night of upsets, high-flying knockouts and stiff competition, here are my thoughts on the four main-card bouts. Main Event – Eddie Alvarez def. Pat Curran via … Continue reading
Later this evening Bellator will present its 39th event from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. The card features the promotion’s top fighter in a lightweight championship belt, two semi-final tournament matches and the debut of a former UFC … Continue reading
The last stop on the college basketball edition of the stadium tour takes us to Indianapolis, Indiana on the campus of Butler University. The Butler Bulldogs, who won over the hearts of practically every sports fan in the nation last … Continue reading
Though the primetime matchup for tomorrow evening’s double-header is between the Kentucky Wildcats and UCONN Huskies, it is actually the first of the two games that has captured the hearts and minds of the entire sporting nation. Whereas Kentucky and … Continue reading
A view of the court at the XL Center in Hartford, CT. On Saturday evening, the Kentucky Wildcats will take on the Connecticut Huskies in what will surely be an entertaining contest. As a result, our tour heads north to … Continue reading
In honor of the four schools that have advanced to the “final four” of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championship, I will be showcasing the home arenas of the four schools. In what may seem like a reverse order, … Continue reading
The thirteenth season of the “Ultimate Fighter” is being billed as perhaps the biggest in the history of the show. The reason for this claim is simple: Brock Lesnar is one of the coaches. A former NCAA Heavyweight Champion and … Continue reading
Tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Spike TV, the 13th season of the “Ultimate Fighter” will debut with fourteen welterweight fighters competing to earn a six-figure UFC contract. The two featured coaches this season will be former UFC … Continue reading
Saturday night, before a rabid crowd of 14,000 fans in Seattle’s Key Arena, fighters for the UFC waged battle to determine which fighters are truly legitimate contenders in their respective weight classes. Main Event – Phil Davis def. Antonio Rogerio … Continue reading
This evening the UFC heads to the Pacific Northwest at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington for its 24th installment of UFC Fight Night. Main Event – Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. “Mr. Wonderful” Phil Davis Replacing Tito Ortiz, former 197 … Continue reading