Are the Cowboys still an accident waiting to happen?

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott stood boldly in front of media members on Sunday night and proclaimed the team’s confidence wouldn’t be shaken after losing its first game of the season to the New Orleans Saints. It was a superbly optimistic press conference for a quarterback that was out-dueled by Teddy Bridgewater and not Drew Brees. An opportunity to make a statement and move to 4-0 got … Continue reading Are the Cowboys still an accident waiting to happen?

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Degenerates Guide to college football Week 3

By Chad CooperTwitter @thechadcooper Stalemate last weekend in college football with our overall ATS record at 13-13 and 3-1 over/under. With that said, let’s focus in on less games and come out with some cheese. Saturday, Sept. 14 Eastern Michigan (1-1) @ Illinois (2-0) TV: Big 10 Network, 11a Line: Illinois -7, 55.5 Scoop: I’m on the Illini for the 3rd straight week after they … Continue reading Degenerates Guide to college football Week 3

Adam Page, All Elite Wrestling, AEW, All Out

HUNGman: How Being The Elite Prepared Adam Page for All Out Title Opportunity

For “Hangman” Adam Page, Saturday night’s All Elite Wrestling heavyweight championship match against Chris Jericho Saturday night at ALL OUT represents the culmination of a long, hard journey to the top of the wrestling industry that otherwise may not have existed without a dick joke and the creative freedom of Being The Elite. Before appearing as part of the fan-favorite webshow started by The Young … Continue reading HUNGman: How Being The Elite Prepared Adam Page for All Out Title Opportunity

It Is Time For The Undertaker To Rest In Peace

Father Time waits for no man. Or Phenom, for that matter. Sunday night at Extreme Rules, The Undertaker returns to WWE pay-per-view, teaming with Roman Reigns to battle Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre in what is little more than a desperate grab for WWE Network subscriptions and television ratings. Beyond the transparency, though, is a Superstar whose reputation as one of the greatest icons to … Continue reading It Is Time For The Undertaker To Rest In Peace

Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler Proof That Hard Work, Persistence Pays Off

There was a time that Kofi Kingston and Dolph Ziggler were booked against each other what seemed like every single week on Raw or SmackDown and all weekend on house show loops. Left for dead by a WWE Creative team that had nothing for them, but too talented to be ignored completely, they wrestled each other in meaningless singles match in which Kingston usually emerged … Continue reading Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler Proof That Hard Work, Persistence Pays Off

The Belmont Stakes Won’t be Boring

The final leg of the Triple Crown is upon us and though we won’t have a Triple Crown winner like last year with Justify, there is a compelling storyline here with Preakness Stakes winner War of Will, who in all counts, probably would have won the Kentucky Derby if not for pulling up due to Maximum Security failing to run straight. So, what if War … Continue reading The Belmont Stakes Won’t be Boring

The Complete Champions League Final Preview

by @TopolskiMatt Tottenham and Liverpool face each other at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in an all English Champions League final. In nine previous meetings between Jürgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino, Klopp has four wins and four draws. This record seems to indicate good news for Liverpool supporters but make no mistake – there is far less to separate these two clubs than the 26 point … Continue reading The Complete Champions League Final Preview

A Degenerates Guide to the 2019 NBA Finals

Most are saying it’s one of the biggest mismatches in NBA Finals history. The Golden State Warriors are looking to for their third consecutive championship (first since the Lakers did it in 2000-02) and fourth in five years.  By @thechadcooper At least it’s a new opponent for the Warriors and not LeBron and the Cavaliers. It’s the first time the Raptors have played in the … Continue reading A Degenerates Guide to the 2019 NBA Finals

Vince Russo: “You’re Being Worked. No Question WWE & AEW Are in Bed Together”

Former WWE Head Writer Vince Russo believes that we’re all being worked and that there is no way WWE and AEW are not working together. Russo used the WWE/ECW relationship from the 1990s as evidence for his claim. Years ago, Paul Heyman and his brand of ECW wrestlers would trash WWE and Vince McMahon on TV/PPVs while in all actuality Vince was actually helping fund … Continue reading Vince Russo: “You’re Being Worked. No Question WWE & AEW Are in Bed Together”

Madusa Discusses Ashley Massaro, AEW & Legacy in WWE

Title Match Network and Flagged Sports reporter Barbi Hayden caught up with WWE Hall of Famer Madusa at Starrcast II in Las Vegas. This was hours before the huge AEW Double or Nothing show at MGM Grand this past Saturday. During the interview Madusa urged fans to help donate to Ashley Massaro’s daughter. If you can help please go to https://www.gofundme.com/AshleyMassar… Madusa also discusses AEW, … Continue reading Madusa Discusses Ashley Massaro, AEW & Legacy in WWE