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Manny Pacquiao – Juan Manuel Marquez Again?

Posted on 29 Aug, 2012, by in Boxing

Instead of trying to get his title belt back, Manny Pacquiao is going for the financial route, heading towards a fourth fight with Juan Manuel Marquez in what will definitely be in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, but without a certain date as of now. More

The Evolution of Basketball Video Games – From Double Dribble to NBA 2K

Posted on 28 Aug, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Video games have come a long way since the days of the Atari and the Commodore 64, and with them, so have basketball games. What was pretty much two stick figures moving around awkwardly on our TV’s 30 years ago turned into real players likeness on screen, sometimes looking so real you think it’s an actual game on the more modern NBA 2k games. More

10 Best Surfing Towns in the World

Posted on 26 Aug, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Surfing isn’t only about the waves and being at one with the Ocean. It’s also about culture and enjoying the place and people around you, which makes the atmosphere of the surfing town you chose to spend your vacation in just as important as the quality and suitability of the waves, as these 10 towns and cities around the world should demonstrate. More

Dan Carter Almost on His Own (All Blacks vs Wallabies)

Posted on 25 Aug, 2012, by in Rugby

The Bledisloe Cup was retained once again by the All Blacks, keeping Australia scoreless in a test match between these two rivals for the first time since 1962, as Dan Carer provided 16 of the 22 points in Auckland, running all over the clueless Wallabies 22-0 for a second straight win in the 2012 Rugby Championship. More

US Open 2012 – Roger Federer Above the Rest of the Field

Posted on 23 Aug, 2012, by in Tennis

If there was any doubt as to who was the best man in Tennis after Federer lost in the Olympics final and took the Canadian Masters off, came his fantastic tournament at Cincinnati, including the win over Novak Djokovic in the final (6-0, 7-6), making the number one player on the ATP rankings the number one favorite to win the 2012 US Open. More

Rugby Union Trying to Grow in Brazil

Posted on 21 Aug, 2012, by in Rugby

How good are Brazil in Rugby Union? Not very much, but that doesn’t mean they’re not trying to improve as a nation in that sport or trying to expand the reach of it in a country with 190 million people and the potential to be just as good as their neighbors from Argentina, who have reached the World Cup quarterfinals three times. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Easy Fight for Floyd?

Posted on 20 Aug, 2012, by in Boxing

I guess Timothy Bradley forgot he actually lost the fight to Manny Pacquiao according to 98% of the people watching the fight, unlike the judges who somehow saw something very different. Because Bradley, probably looking for Pacquiao to choose him for his November fight, said that when Floyd Mayweather steps with Pac-Man in the ring, he’ll have an easy time dealing with him. More

Roger Federer – Keeps Setting New Records

Posted on 20 Aug, 2012, by in Tennis

With the right kind of rest and as long as it’s not clay, Roger Federer is the best tennis player in the world, once again. The next addition to his never ending list of titles is the 2012 Cincinnati Masters, beating Novak Djokovic 6-0, 7-6 in the final, winning his sixth title of the year. More

Israel Dagg, Cory Jane & World Champions Too Good (Wallabies vs All Blacks)

Posted on 18 Aug, 2012, by in Rugby

For the 103rd time in 107 test matches, the New Zealand All Blacks won a match they led in at half time. The Wallabies couldn’t create pace often with their ball movement, and lost the 2012 Rugby Championship opener in Australia 19-27, simply looking inferior to the dominant world champions. More

Rafael Nadal Injuries – A Huge Blow to the World of Tennis

Posted on 16 Aug, 2012, by in Tennis

Instead of taking advantage of Novak Djokovic’s return to humanity from his superhuman 2011 season, Rafael Nadal keeps missing tournaments since losing early on at Wimbledon. First the Olympics, then the Canadian and Cincinnati Masters, and now finally the US Open. More