by @TopolskiMatt on Twitter It was stunning, sensational and for Liverpool supporters like myself, it felt like being born again. On a “European Night” at Anfield, 90 minutes of football became spiritual and millions of supporters around the world were connected emotionally in ways that escape my limited vocabulary. Liverpool Football Club entered the second leg of the Champions League semifinal trailing Barcelona by 3 … Continue reading Victory at All Costs
It’s been several days since Dean Ambrose shocked the wrestling world by returning to Twitter as his old moniker, Jon Moxley. There has been plenty of speculation over where Jon Moxley might land. The most popular theory is that he’s headed to All Elite Wrestling. But is Moxley really done with WWE? From what we’re hearing, the former Dean Ambrose is not accepting any offers … Continue reading Exclusive: Is Dean Ambrose Really Gone from WWE?
By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Ten seconds left. Kevin Durant had a wide-open look. Clank. Seth Curry had a wide-open look. Clank. Whew… 112-108. Series is tied at 2 games apiece with 3 left to play. Bad defense late in Game 4 allowed this to be a lot closer than it should have been. Needed to keep the audience glued to TNT the full 48 … Continue reading New series, who dis?
This tweet won’t age well. That’s because Cubs backup catcher, Taylor Davis just pulled out a stunner against the Cardinals. And by ‘stunner’ we mean grand slam. You see moments before this happened the Cardinals had just walked Kyle Schwarber. They clearly didn’t think much of Taylor Davis because now the bases were loaded. Big mistake. This is only Davis’ 17th MLB appearance after playing … Continue reading Cubs Backup Catcher Nails Grand Slam Shocker!
In response to recent questions about NBA officiating in the 2019 Playoffs, NBA referees will host a Q&A session on Twitter for games Sunday and Monday, interacting with fans in real time over calls in playoff games. The referees have done this periodically over the past year, but this is the first time they will operate the “Ref Watch Party” during this postseason, which has … Continue reading NBA Refs to Host Live Q&A on Twitter
The inductees for the 2019 Video Game HOF have been announced and if you’re in your 30s there’s a good chance you spent a portion of your childhood ignoring a teacher or your parents because of these. “Microsoft Solitaire,” a computer game played by more than 500 million people over the past 29 years, has been inducted in the World Video Game Hall of Fame at The Strong … Continue reading 2019 Video Game Hall of Fame Inductees
By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper A day after the Kentucky Derby post-position draw, favorite Omaha Beach pulled out of the race due to a breathing issue and opens up the betting even more. Not only that, meteorologists in Louisville have all predicted wet weather for the 145th running that takes place Saturday, May 4, around 5:50 CST p.m. at Churchill Downs. It also shifts the … Continue reading The Complete Guide to the 145th Kentucky Derby
Well this is certainly interesting. Former WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose isn’t wasting any time returning to wrestling. He just published a bad ass new promo video under his old moniker, Jon Moxley. The video showcases the former WWE Champion breaking out of a prison. I don’t think we need to hypothesize over the meaning here. After reuniting one last time with the Shield on WWE … Continue reading VIDEO: Dean Ambrose Returns as Jon Moxley
By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper In the worse scenario possible, the Houston Rockets return home down 2-0 in the Best of 7 Western Conference semifinals after a 115-109 loss on Tuesday night in Oakland. When the Rockets trashed the officiating after a Game 1 debauchery by three whistle blowers, you knew the NBA would not take it lightly. So in return, the league sent veteran … Continue reading Rockets Game 2 Debacle
Two of the most recognizable brands in global sports. The greatest scorer in the game versus the game’s greatest defender. Two former Liverpool superstars returning to Anfield now wearing the St. George’s Cross, coat of arms and Catalan flag. Add to this the fact that in their 43-year history Barcelona have NEVER knocked Liverpool out of Europe and NEVER defeated the Reds at the Camp … Continue reading Champions League Semi Final Preview: Barcelona vs Liverpool (First Leg)