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Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal Makes Watching the Roland Garros Almost Boring

Posted on 9 Jun, 2013, by in Tennis

Nine times Rafael Nadal has played at the Roland Garros in Paris, and eight times now he has left the clay courts of the French Open as a champion, more than anyone has ever won in a single grand slam tournament, reaching the achievement after a rather anti-climatic final against David Ferrer. More

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Floyd Mayweather Needed Manny Pacquiao, Not Canelo Alvarez

Posted on 8 Jun, 2013, by in Boxing

What could have been is no longer a question. Manny Pacquiao might never fight in the United States again, while Floyd Mayweather is headed towards the biggest fight, at least in terms of money, of the last few years, facing Canelo Alvarez which afterwards, if Mayweather wins his 45th career fight, it’s really going to get really boring. More

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Kenyan High School Students Clears 2 Meters Front First in High Jump

Posted on 29 May, 2013, by in Other Sport

Some things never change in the world of track & field: Kenyans will always be dominant in the long and mid-range distances, and no one will ever try anything but a Fosbury style leap in the High Jump. A look at a Kenyan High School track meet shows that there might be a different way to clear 2 meters and possibly even more. More

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Rafael Nadal Continues to Humiliate Roger Federer On Clay

Posted on 19 May, 2013, by in Tennis

Nothing has changed over the years. It actually seems to be getting more one-sided. The venue? Rome, but it doesn’t really matter. While Roger Federer keeps getting older and weaker in both body and mind, Rafael Nadal is having one hell of a comeback season, winning his sixth title in 2013, making everyone who doubted his ability to return from a serious knee injury eat their words. More

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Josh Berry Does Impressions of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray & Novak Djokovic

Posted on 16 May, 2013, by in Tennis

Even though it seems the era of the current top 4 in Men’s tennis is coming to somewhat of an end or a change, it still is the one most appealing factor in today’s game. Obviously, putting Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal all in one bundle works wonders in terms of popularity, as Josh Berry does fantastic impressions of all four players. More

Canelo vs Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather Has no Option But to Fight Canelo Alvarez

Posted on 11 May, 2013, by in Boxing

Canelo wants the fight, and Floyd has never turned down an opponent. Those are the words uttered by Richard Schaefer, as Golden Boy Promotions has begun working on trying to bring the most lucrative possible fight in the world of boxing at the moment, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Saul Canelo Alvarez into the ring by September. More

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Roger Federer, the Worst Season of His Career

Posted on 10 May, 2013, by in Tennis

Taking a two month break hasn’t helped Roger Federer regain his dominance. He lost in the third round of the Madrid Masters, making it the third tournament in 2013 that he won in the previous year which he won’t reclaim. As the Roland Garros approaches, it seems the most decorated player in the history of the sport is quite far off his best or anything remotely close to that, and the end people have been speaking of for a very long time is getting closer and closer. More

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Manny Pacquiao is Fighting Brandon Rios Because He’s Tired of Losing

Posted on 7 May, 2013, by in Boxing

It might be over for Manny Pacquiao and fights on American soil, but there’s plenty of money to be made elsewhere. For example, in Macau, well the Filipino legend will stage his next bout, hoping to end his two-fight losing streak, taking on the fast rising, also coming off a defeat, Brandon Rios. More

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Opeti Fonua Runs All Over Jonny Wilkinson

Posted on 7 May, 2013, by in Rugby

Usually, big Rugby Union hits are delivered by the tackles, but in this case, it was the man with possession who delivered the pain. Opeti Fonua of Agen has often been described as a tank in human form, and Jonny Wilkinson of Toulon felt the full strength of the Tongan’s size, mass and momentum when he tried to tackle the big number 8. More

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Floyd Mayweather – Still Perfect, Almost Boring

Posted on 5 May, 2013, by in Boxing

Like most Floyd Mayweather fights, this one was over before it began. Robert Guerrero talked well before the bout, but couldn’t even get close to the best boxer in the world, who won by a unanimous decision through all scorecards, retaining his WBC Welterweight belt, adding The Ring honor and most importantly, staying undefeated while keeping his place as the number one pound-4-pound fighter in the world. More