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Mayweather vs. McGregor Is On! 12 Rounds of Boxing

It seems like fans will be getting their wish; Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor will finally be facing off! Both gentleman have confirmed on their respective social media pages that they will be going toe to toe on August 26, 2017, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. UFC …

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Is Odell Beckham Jr. Holding Out For A New Contract?

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As the NFL offseason continues, the media has become fixated on organized team activities, otherwise known as OTAs. Although attendance is optional/voluntary, it seems many have grown concerned with some individuals’ participation or lack thereof.   So far, the New York Giants have been without their star receiver Odell Beckham …

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Mike Vick Would Love A Coaching Gig With The NFL

Shortly after officially announcing his retirement from the NFL, Mike Vick is thinking about his next move. The former NFL quarterback tells ESPN that he would like to pursue an NFL coaching career down the line.   “I would love to coach in the National Football League one day,” Vick …

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Are Russell Wilson And Richard Sherman Dividing The Seahawks

Off the field, Russell Wilson has been having the best year ever. On the field, things aren’t going well between him and his teammates, specifically Richard Sherman. Reportedly, the team believes that Russell is dividing the Seahawks and he’s taking the blame for why they haven’t won multiple Super Bowl …

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Charlotte to Host the 2019 NBA All-Star Game

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Two months after the controversial bathroom law was repealed, the NBA awarded the 2019 NBA All Star Game to Charlotte. If you recall, the All-Star Game and festivities were moved to New Orleans after North Carolina passed the HB2 law, restricting the rights of the LGBT community. However, after widespread …

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NFL To Allow Touchdown Celebrations Again

The NFL has officially reversed one of its most frustrating restrictions and will now allow players to celebrate without consequence.   Initially, the NFL, otherwise known as the “No Fun League” for their harsh restrictions, banned props from post-touchdown celebrations. It was then followed by the elimination of goal post …

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Could Colin Kaepernick Be Headed To Seattle?

According to Pete Carroll, the Seattle Seahawks may have some interest in Colin Kaepernick.   Carroll said Monday that both Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffen III are among the list of backup quarterback the Seahawks are exploring.   “We’re looking at everybody. We really are,” Carroll said. “We’ve been tracking everything …

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