The Future Could Be Now In New York
by Ken Napzok No one should take joy in the injury of a player, so there is no suggestion here that these young Yankee arms are. However, the sad tale of Luis Severino’s struggle to get back to top pitching form took a turn for the worse this week when it was discovered that he needed Tommy John surgery and would miss all of 2020. … Continue reading The Future Could Be Now In New York
Immediate rematch with Tyson Fury won’t end well for Deontay Wilder
by Jordy McElroy 40 pounds. That’s the weighted number boxing phenom Deontay Wilder believes stood between him and victory in Saturday night’s heavyweight boxing showcase with Tyson Fury. Never mind Fury’s shifty footwork and ability to open up even the strongest of defensive poses like a can. Wilder believes the weight from the 40-pound costume he wore as a tribute to Black History Month led … Continue reading Immediate rematch with Tyson Fury won’t end well for Deontay Wilder
Panthers Holding onto Cam Newton could Signal a Dud of a QB Market
By Jordy McElroy Saying is saying and doing is doing. The Carolina Panthers obviously weren’t as prepared as they thought to go through with the latter. Quarterback Cam Newton is reportedly staying put after months of speculation of a possible offseason trade. So many parallels can be drawn to the stereotypical romantic trope, when the guy goes sprinting through an airport to stop someone from … Continue reading Panthers Holding onto Cam Newton could Signal a Dud of a QB Market
THE BIG HIT | Punishment Time
by Ken Napzok “I’m out it for a little while and everybody gets delusions of grandeur.” – Han Solo, hero and scoundrel. My apologies. I was a little out of sync and finished the month’s third column a little later than planned due to an illness and a car accident. I’m fine. My 2004 Camry is not. I returned to the fold having missed most … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | Punishment Time
Steelers should be the last team interested in signing Antonio Brown
by Jordy McElroy Troubled wideout Antonio Brown’s apology tour has been a step in the right direction towards mending broken relationships, particularly with the Pittsburgh Steelers. A nine-year rollercoaster of a marriage between the two sides is enough to forgive but not forget. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8eEUdPh-gB/ Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, of all people, should be the most apprehensive man in Pittsburgh about a potential reunion with the … Continue reading Steelers should be the last team interested in signing Antonio Brown
THE BIG HIT | What The Forkball?
by Ken Napzok Ha. I mean, really now. Haha. The most bizarre and troubling baseball offseason in most recent memory has finally come to a close. Pitchers and catchers have reported to camps. Yasiel Puig is still looking for work. And it’s time to not just look ahead — but move ahead. But… yeah…. wow. The crown jewel trade of Mookie Betts and David Price … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | What The Forkball?
Jon Jones isn’t Declining, but the Light Heavyweight Division is Catching Up
by Jordy McElroy Jon Jones is just a man. Top light heavyweight contender Dominick Reyes uttered those words over and over again leading up to UFC 247. It was his own way of humanizing an opponent that had in many ways become a deity. Years of turning countless legendary names into mere punching bags on a rainy day elevated Jones to a level of icon … Continue reading Jon Jones isn’t Declining, but the Light Heavyweight Division is Catching Up
Insane 2nd Floor Balcony Jump from 2nd Generation Wrestling Star
If you know anything about the New Orleans professional wrestling scene, you certainly know the name Luke Hawx. Hawx is a 20-year wrestler, stuntman and promoter who not only owns Wildkat Sports but has also competed in WWE, CMLL, CZW and promotions across the world. Below, you can see him training with weightlifting legend CT Fletcher. Luke’s son PJ Hawx is known as “The Prodigy”, … Continue reading Insane 2nd Floor Balcony Jump from 2nd Generation Wrestling Star
THE BIG HIT | Dodgers Win the Offseason
by Ken Napzok Have you ever heard that ole’ proverb about the two bulls standing on a hill? You know the one. The two bulls are staring down into a pretty green pasture full of beautiful cows. So, like, the young bull says to the old bull… what does he say… oh yeah… I want to run down this hill and f**k one of them … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | Dodgers Win the Offseason
How many Super Bowls can Patrick Mahomes win with the Chiefs?
by Jordy McElroy When the Kansas City Chiefs selected Patrick Mahomes with the 10th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, they could have never predicted the immediate impact he would have on the team. Two Pro Bowls, a league MVP, a Super Bowl title and a Super Bowl MVP—Mahomes was the Category 5 storm no one saw coming. After engineering a fourth quarter comeback … Continue reading How many Super Bowls can Patrick Mahomes win with the Chiefs?