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?
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?
Dear UFC, Where are all the contenders? The UFC will have UFC 223 on April 7, 2018 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. It’s headlined by two marquee bouts. One is a rematch, while the other is complicated. Rose Namajunas will defend her Women’s Strawweight Championship against the woman she beat last November: Joanna Jedrzejczyk. … Continue reading Open Letter: UFC’s Replacement Problem
This week witnessed the revelation that many wrestling fans wanted to hear: Daniel Bryan is back. The WWE SmackDown Live General Manager retired due to concussion-related issues. Bryan hasn’t been active for three years. His last appearance as a wrestler was at WrestleMania 31, where he won the Intercontinental title in a ladder match. Bryan … Continue reading Daniel Bryan: The Return We Needed
Isn’t it great that baseball is returning for the 2018 campaign? Spring Training is in high gear for Major League Baseball. New faces are getting used to new teams, and fans are flocking over to get a better view at their ball clubs. Granted, there are still a few free agents on the market. However, … Continue reading Baseball: My First Love
As time moves forward, it’s time to change what was established before. The Elimination Chamber became such a unique event for World Wrestling Entertainment. Debuting in 2002, six men enter the ring with only two men starting the match. The other four wait in pods and enter every five minutes. The first one saw Shawn … Continue reading WWE Elimination Chamber: History for the Right Reasons
NBA All-Star Weekend is upon us! The events kicked off this Friday, February 16, 2018 with the All-Star Celebrity Game and the Rising Stars Challenge. Saturday’s events will feature the Slam Dunk contest, the 3-Point shootout, and the Skills Challenge. Sunday will have the All-Star game itself, featuring a new format with LeBron James and … Continue reading 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend: The Significance of Kobe Bryant