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Archive for October 14th, 2011

John The Sign Guy Demands a Public Apology From the Philadelphia Eagles and Jason Kelce

Friday, October 14th, 2011

The Philadelphia Phillies are out of the playoffs, the Eagles are off to a shockingly bad start and now, as if it weren't apparent enough that things are falling apart in Philly, we've got incidents involving fans, players, signs and arguments. A man known only as John The Sign Guy ...

Bernard Hopkins: “It’s gonna be straight war and that’s not just promotional talk. Chad Dawson will get schooled”

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Every time Bernard Hopkins steps into the ring people ask if it is the last time they will see the Executioner. People keep waiting for one of the younger fighters to knock him into retirement. Yet it just hasn’t happened. Hopkins has had a tremendous career in the fight game ...

Kevin Love Uses Trapper Keepers in the Fight to Stay Relevant

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Some NBA players are using charity games to keep fans interested in the game of basketball and to keep themselves busy during the NBA lockout. Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Love? Well, he's using Mary Frank Trapper Keepers. Love, Tyson Chandler and Shawn Marion are the stars of a short comedy skit ...

Dana White Calls Canada the “Mecca for Mixed Martial Arts”

Friday, October 14th, 2011

The President of the UFC, Dana White, has always talked about how much love he has for mixed martial arts in Canada. Just eight months ago, he brought UFC 129 to Toronto for the first time ever. After a record breaking showing in Toronto, White is bringing his organization back ...

Oakland Raiders CEO Amy Trask On Being A Part Of Al Davis’ Legacy

Friday, October 14th, 2011

As a Steelers fan, I'm conditioned to hate the Oakland Raiders. That, of course, meant not holding Al Davis in the highest regard. But when thinking about Davis's life more thoughtfully since his passing last week, it's impossible to not respect and admire his legacy of making groundbreaking hires that ...

Curt Schilling on Unraveling of Red Sox: “The way this was handled by the organization is pathetic and embarrassing. Why would you want to root for this team?”

Friday, October 14th, 2011

The blame game continues to gain momentum in Beantown. The Boston Globe got the ball rolling with an explosive article chronicling the essential culprits responsible for the Red Sox historic collapse. Now as the fallout continues former and current players weigh in on the mess that grows larger each day. Here ...

David Stern on NBA Lockout: “We are sorry it has reached this. We are going to try to make a deal on Tuesday.”

Friday, October 14th, 2011

If NBA owners and players cannot strike a new labor deal this coming Tuesday when they meet next, the NBA will again find itself one step closer to the precipice of alienating a large portion of its fanbase. When it came to the NFL lockout over the summer, sports fan ...