Logan Paul fight could end disastrously for Antonio Brown

by Jordy McElroy The last thing anyone needs to see is former NFL All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown tossing on a pair of boxing gloves and stepping into the ring with YouTube megastar Logan Paul. Some guilty pleasures are better left alone, including the ones that would draw copious amounts of attention and an enormous payday. Brown, who can no longer set records on the field, … Continue reading Logan Paul fight could end disastrously for Antonio Brown

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AEW Extends TNT TV Deal Through 2023, Adds A New Show

Great news for wrestling fans as AEW just announced a massive multi-year extension to broadcast on the TNT network. The promotion, headed by Tony Khan put out the following press release today: AEW: Dynamite has consistently ranked in the top 20 for weekly cable shows. In addition to Dynamite and AEW Dark on YouTube, another series has also been announced. No details were been made available … Continue reading AEW Extends TNT TV Deal Through 2023, Adds A New Show

Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

by Jordy McElroy The Baltimore Ravens sat on their throne long enough for the Tennessee Titans to knock them off. A well-timed right hook in the form of bruising running back Derrick Henry put the Ravens down early in Saturday’s Divisional playoff game and kept them there for good. It was a shocking turn of events for a team that hadn’t lost a game since … Continue reading Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

Even without the UFC title, Conor McGregor remains the A-side of the Combat Sports

by Jordy McElroy Even when former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor rarely takes part, he’s still taking over the combat sports world. There is a different buzz in the air of fight week with the biggest superstar in MMA history slated to headline UFC 246 against Donald Cerrone on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise. The city name is ironically appropriate considering there … Continue reading Even without the UFC title, Conor McGregor remains the A-side of the Combat Sports

Houston Astros Penalized in Cheating Scandal but was it Enough?

Rob Manfred has spoken. Houston Astro General Manager Jeff Luhnow and Field Manager AJ Hinch have been suspended for a year without pay. The club had their 1st and 2nd round picks in the next two amateur drafts (or whenever they next have those picks) whisked away. And a five-million-dollar fine will be collected. This is the official cost for an unprecedented sign stealing operation … Continue reading Houston Astros Penalized in Cheating Scandal but was it Enough?

THE BIG HIT | Offseason Moves

Cody Bellinger signed a one-year deal with the Dodgers for 11.5 million dollars, avoiding arbitration, and setting a record for first year arbitration eligible players. Mookie Betts signed a one-year deal with the Red Sox for 27 million dollars, avoiding arbitration, and setting a record for arbitration eligible players. Kris Bryant signed a one-year deal with the Cubs for 18.6 million dollars, avoiding arbitration, and … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | Offseason Moves

Mike McCarthy hiring won’t save the Cowboys from Jerry Jones

by Jordy McElroy Mike McCarthy is next in a long line of head coaches to stand on Jerry Jones’ chopping block. One of the most sought after jobs in the NFL comes with more than just an elevated level of status in the media spotlight. The fine print of the job description is dealing with an owner that loves to be part of the show … Continue reading Mike McCarthy hiring won’t save the Cowboys from Jerry Jones

THE BIG HIT | New Year’s Resolutions for an Old School Baseball Fan

by Ken Napzok It’s that time of the year again! Sing it with me, friendos. “Should  old… errrr… auld acquaintance be… forgot? (Is it forgot?) For days of bald land signs…  hum hummm hum huuuum.” Or something. I’ve only ever heard that song while drunk and watching for a clock to count down. Point is here we are again at the big turning of the … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | New Year’s Resolutions for an Old School Baseball Fan

Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins

by Jordy McElroy The speculation surrounding Bruce Allen’s status with Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder came to an abrupt end. After 10 long years of serving as the president and general manager of the Redskins organization, the pink slip finally came for Allen. Snyder saved the team the melodramatic ending by doing the deed on the one day deeds such as this typically get done. … Continue reading Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins