Conor McGregor did his first interview since rumors of a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. broke. At first everyone said this fight would NEVER happen, but both sides and the UFC have made it clear under the right negotiations, it very well may happen. It was speculated that Conor would get $10 million, and last week it was $50 million while Mayweather would get $100 million. Conor said that would NOT be the case. He said if Mayweather is getting $100 million, he will be getting $100 million.
We're noticing a little bit of social media tension going on between Drake, Rihanna, and LeBron James. Rihanna posted a picture of herself with the number 23 on her stomach with sunscreen. She tagged LeBron in the picture. Not long after she posted that picture, Drake took the first opportunity he could to troll Lebron James. Now the conspiracy theorists are saying Rihanna has been hired by the Drake to distract Lebron James. What the hell is going on?
In Game 3 of the Cavs-Raptors series LeBron James flopped like he has never flopped before. LeBron walked over to help break up a fight between Tristan Thompson and the Raptors, and he got popped in the mouth in the midst of it. Sure it hurt, but LeBron put a littttle extra on it. Take a look:
After a month of fighting, Conor McGregor and Dana White went to dinner and made up. On Friday Dana flew to Stockton to finalize that deal on a rematch with Nate Diaz. From what we can see the beginning of the meeting was great! Nate even posted this happy picture of him, Dana, and Lorenzo on his Instagram. Then the lunch took a turn for the worst. According to a witness Dana got pissed and stormed out of the restaurant. Apparently, Nate wants a lot more money than what he originally agreed to for the rematch and the UFC isn’t willing to give him that much.
Tensions are brewing between Draymond Green and Steven Adams, for several reasons. Before Game 3 between the Thunder and Warriors, Steven said Draymond has reached his peak of annoyingness. Last week Adams was kneed in the groin by Green, and this week he was KICKED in the groin by him.
Jamie O'Brien and the boys charge the Wedge in excellent fashion.
NBA Hall of Famer Gary Payton who just so happens to be an Oakland native, was a guest on Sirius XM NBA Radio on Thursday. The Glove didn’t hold back in offering his opinion on the outspoken Draymond Green. While Payton gave credit to Draymond’s defensive game, he was not a fan of his constant complaining to the referees. Payton said, ”I like Draymond Green's intensity, but every time I didn't get a call I didn't cry all the time."
San Diego Padres play-by-play announcer Dick Enberg will be retiring from broadcasting this year after a long and successful career covering sports for NBC, CBS, and ESPN. Maybe it’s for the better if he's going to keep slipping up like he did last night. During the third inning of the Padres' 5-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants, the subject in the booth turned to Skeeter, Giants second baseman Matt Duffy's cat, who is famously very fat. Take a listen to how Dick describes the cat...on live TV.
Determined not to suffer the same fate as David Blatt, assistant-turned-head coach Tyronn Lue took control of the team huddles early into his tenure as the full-time coach of the team. Lue wasted little time in setting the tone and reportedly told LeBron in the huddle to ”Shut the F up. I got this.” Lue also started calling James out in film sessions and challenging him in practice. It was all part of restoring order in the franchise that so desperately needed it.
Rumors of a fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor have been swirling,. According to TMZ Sports, Mayweather has reportedly offered the UFC superstar $50 million dollars to fight him on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas.
Occurred on March 16, 2016 / Kaunas, Savanoriai Street, Lithuania Info From Licensor: "We have been waiting for windsurf season to start but cold weather didn't want to leave. So we decided to build something from the equipment we have and ride the streets (those were windy days). After a few successful test rides on flat surface our rider Darius were looking for more interesting and more extreme track to go. We offered him to ride downhill on a main Kaunas street pointing directly to old town. He tried and here we are!" - Tadas Sirvidas
The Cleveland Cavaliers stomped the Toronto Raptors 108-89 in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals to take a 2 game lead in the series Thursday night. LeBron James once again, did not disappoint finishing the game by posting his 15th playoff triple double with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. LeBron moved past Shaquille O'Neal into fourth place on the career postseason scoring list, trailing Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Kobe Bryant. Not only did LeBron have a big night, but he ended it on a high note. LeBron found the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar waiting in the locker room to congratulate him.
We’ve rated Ronda Rousey’s best moments on an armbar scale of hyperextended to completey broken.
Stephen Curry was driving the ball up for a layup, tripped up over Kevin Durant, and then KD blatantly stepped on Steph. Maybe the first part of this was an accident, maybe, but when he realized what he was stepping on he really dug in. Now KD wasn't the only one who got physical with Steph. Earlier in the game Curry took a nice little tumble into the crowd and it looks like a fan tried to take a crack at Steph. Why are you Warrior fans trying to punch out your MVP?
Earlier this month Canelo Alverez defended his WBC title against Amir Khan. Now Canelo is voluntarily giving up the title because he and promoter Oscar De La Hoya did not want to sign a deal to fight Gennady Golovkin. The WBC took the title away from Canelo. Where does that WBC belt go?? To the interim champ Triple G of course!
You probably watched Game 2 in the Warriors – Thunder series or got a recap but today we’re bringing you the highlights you may have missed. Starting with Russell Westbrook arriving wearing another crazy outfit. After making a shot, Kevin Durant tells Dion Waiters “Fuck you,” pushes him and then says “pass me the fucking the ball." Steven Adams gave us spirit fingers, and later was nailed in the nuts by Draymond Green. Check it all out.
Bodyboarder gets swept off feet by surf at the Wedge in Newport Beach.
Stipe Miocic claimed the UFC heavyweight title on Saturday in Brazil, knocking out Fabricio Werdum in the first round. The celebration continued when Miocic returned to his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. Perhaps hoping to get some good luck from Miocic both the Indians and the Cavaliers welcomed him after his return from Brazil.
It’s been over a month since Jordan Spieth’s late collapse at the Masters and the young golfer is looking to bounce back for the U.S. Open in mid-June. With a month of preparation still to go, it looks like the world’s No. 2 ranked player has a few tricks up his sleeve that in no way will help him on the course. Nonetheless, the 22 year old golfer somehow became even more impressive with this trick-shot skill. On Tuesday at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Spieth placed a marshmallow on top of a golf ball, chipped the shot and then somehow caught the marshmallow in his mouth. Take a look.
After the dismantling of the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday night, Cavs fans were pretty ecstatic. For a few Cavaliers dancers, they took the window of opportunity to show the world in one of the most amazing videobombs ever. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith was in the middle of ripping the Raptors, but nobody was listening because of the epic dance party that was going down behind him during the post-game broadcast.
After losing a total of 199 games over the course of 3 seasons, the Philadelphia 76ers were finally thrown a bone as they landed the first overall pick in Tuesday night’s NBA draft lottery. The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics found out they will be selecting second and third, respectively, on June 23rd. Prior to the lottery, the Sixers had a 26.9 percent chance- the best chance of landing the No. 1 pick.
The Cleveland Cavaliers blew past the Toronto Raptors in a convincing 115-84 win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals Tuesday night. Following 8 full days off, the Cleveland Cavaliers opened the series at home, showing zero signs of slowing down. LeBron James made his first nine shots and finished with 24 points in 3 quarters. It wasn't hard to miss when he was dunking all over them. Take a look:
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson recently gave a commencement speech at the University of Wisconsin, one of his two alma maters, and some people aren't happy about it. Wilson’s former North Carolina State teammate Kalani Heppe is calling BS on a majority of the Seahawks quarterback's speech
Chris Bosh fought hard to make his return to the hardwood this season but the Miami Heat won’t let him and may actually force him into early retirement. Bosh felt ready to return for the playoffs, but team doctors wouldn’t let him, eventually ruling him out a couple of weeks into the postseason. Many feared it would start a massive union battle, as he claims the blood clots that sidelined him are no longer an issue. Obviously the organization is trying to protect him, but things could get much worse. According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Heat doctors may never feel comfortable clearing Bosh to play.
Golden State Warriors fans lost their minds after another tightly contested game of the playoffs featured a missed call in the final minutes. With 18 seconds remaining and his team up by three, Russell Westbrook dribbled over half court and appeared to drag his pivot foot before calling timeout. However, no walk was called. Now the NBA is saying the Warriors have a legitimate complaint.