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Julio Cesar Chavez vs Sergio Martinez – Preview & Prediction

Posted on 15 Sep, 2012, by in Boxing

The man considered to be the best middleweight fighter at the moment, Sergio Martinez, doesn’t have an alphabet title belt. His opponent, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., holds the WBC belt in the division, a belt that Martinez held but never actually lost. Boxing politics make this one more than just a title fight. More

Djokovic, Federer & Murray – Who’ll Finish as the Best in 2012

Posted on 12 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

There are two rankings published each week by the ATP – The ATP rankings and the Race to the Finals, which determines who are the 8 players that’ll play in the Year-End Championships. Three players can still finish as the number one player – Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray. More

New NBA 2K13 Trailer

Posted on 11 Sep, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

So we’re about four weeks away from the launch of NBA 2K13, which besides having Derrick Rose, Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant on it’s cover, is gaining a lot of steam headed towards it unveiling due to the fact that both Dream Teams from 1992 and 2012 are going to appear in the game, an idea thought up by the game’s executive producer, Jay-Z. More

Andy Murray, Finally a Grand Slam Champion

Posted on 10 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

After winning the gold medal in London, it seemed like this was the year Andy Murray finally comes through on his Grand Slam promise. After five topsy turvy hours inside the Arthur Ashe stadium against a stubborn and never ending Novak Djokovic, the 25 year old Scot won his first major, becoming the first British player since Fred Perry in 1936 to do it. More

2012 US Open Final – Djokovic vs Murray Predictions

Posted on 10 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

For just the third time in their career, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will face off in a Grand Slam Final. If we’re to judge and predict the outcome of this one based on their Grand Slam encounters (0-2 to Djokovic) and their ability in the 2012 US Open so far, this one should be another title for the Nole. More

Second Half Pressure Too Much for Pumas (All Blacks vs Argentina)

Posted on 8 Sep, 2012, by in Rugby

In the first half the stormy weather and a surprisingly tenacious and efficient Argentina took the All Blacks by surprise. In the second half the storm settled, and so did the New Zealand players, looking much more accurate and confident on offense, with Cory Jane and Julian Savea making it a third consecutive win in the Rugby Championship, 21-5. More

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Best Real Animal Mascots in College Football

Posted on 6 Sep, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

In order to get his players ready for their game against the LSU Tigers, Washington Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian brought a real live tiger to practice. Actual animal mascots are quite a popular thing in College Football, among the big and small schools, with some mascots becoming actual celebrities in local communities and beyond. More

Roger Federer – Too Much Rust Means US Open Disappointment

Posted on 6 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

There’s something about Tomas Berdych that makes Roger Federer uncomfortable, losing to the Czech player for the fourth time out of their last seven meetings, finding himself out of the US Open, for the first time in nine years, before the semifinal stage. More

Andy Roddick – Losing the Final Tennis Match of his Career

Posted on 5 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

The problem in playing your final career match in Tennis is that you’re probably going to lose it. From the moment Andy Roddick announced that he’ll retire at the end of his road at the 2012 US Open, the countdown began. Eventually, it was Juan Martin del Potro, as expected, being too much for the 30 year old American in the fourth round of the tournament. More

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British & Irish Lions Tours in the Professional Era

Posted on 4 Sep, 2012, by in Rugby

Warren Gatland will be the third New Zealand born head coach to lead a British & Irish Lions team into one of their tours, earning the job for the 2013 visit to Australia thanks to winning two Grand Slams with Wales in the Six Nations and reaching the World Cup semifinal in 2011. More