The Ultimate Fighting Championship is ready to make a splash come Saturday, July 7, 2018. And it’s got the right main event to prove it. UFC 226 will be headlined by Stipe Miocic defending the UFC World Heavyweight Championship against Daniel Cormier, who is the current UFC World Light-Heavyweight Champion. It’s a true test for … Continue reading UFC 226: The Superfight of a Lifetime
It’s finally happened folks; my girlfriend is asking the sports writing questions. No, it’s not about how LeBron James can increase his PPG for next season, or how Mike Trout’s WAR stat should be better. And this definitely isn’t how QB Tom Brady makes the news without doing much in the offseason. Notice the pattern … Continue reading Girlfriend Questions: Why Use Acronyms and Abbreviations First?
Dear San Antonio Spurs fans, You thought you’d have a prosperous franchise after Tim Duncan retired. You believed that Kawhi Leonard would carry the Spurs to new heights alongside Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and LaMarcus Aldridge. Sorry, but that dream might be over. The San Antonio Spurs small forward reportedly wants to be traded. The … Continue reading Open Letter: The Kawhi Leonard Dilemma
Imagine a scenario where your favorite wrestlers from different organizations collided with each other. You don’t have to speculate further, at least from the trash-talking part of the show. Two wrestling factions collided in the Capcom section of the E3 Conference on June 14, 2018. E3 hosts the latest news in the video game industry. … Continue reading New Japan Pro Wrestling & WWE: More than just Video Games
My latest adventure with my girlfriend took us to Chase Field on Memorial Day, where the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Cincinnati Reds by a score of 12-5. While the game turned out to be less than exciting, it was a great time to learn about the baseball scorecard. However, it wasn’t my idea. That would … Continue reading Girlfriend Questions: How do you fill out a Baseball Scorecard?
What a time to be watching some Major League Baseball! We have great young players making their mark on America’s Pastime. The standings are in flux in nearly every division. And we have an early race for the American League Rookie of the Year. It’s only fitting that clash comes between two heavily-hyped phenoms: the Los … Continue reading Shohei Ohtani vs. Gleyber Torres: Battle for the American League Rookie of the Year
Cody Runnells, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson have come a long way from their humble beginnings. Runnells went from being comfortable in WWE as Cody Rhodes to leaving the company and joining The Bullet Club as The American Nightmare. He’s become a former Ring of Honor Champion and New Japan Pro Wrestling member ever since. … Continue reading All In: How The Fans Bought into Professional Wrestling