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Danny Welbeck

The Day After – Manchester United vs West Ham

Posted on 22 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

A win? At Old Trafford? Something must be wrong, or probably finally going right for David Moyes and Manchester United. More consistency in the lineup, making the right choices, while the Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck partnership is working out quite well up front, and Adnan Januzaj continues to show his fantastic development into what might be someday a world class left winger. More

Luis Suarez, Raheem Sterling

The Day After – Liverpool vs Cardiff

Posted on 22 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Despite not playing a perfect match, it’s hard to find someone displeased with the current situation: Brendan Rodgers finding the right tactics, Luis Suarez signed for much longer and can’t stop scoring and Liverpool are back on top of the Premier League, which at Christmas provides a pretty good indicator to who wins the championship at the end of the season. More

Ashley Young

Aftermath of Stoke vs Manchester United

Posted on 19 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Manchester United, in a season that hasn’t been going according to plan, need to try and cling on to any possible silver lining they can get, even if it comes in the form of Ashley Young, a player many would like to see the club getting rid of. More

Adrien Broner

Aftermath of the Broner vs Malignaggi Title Fight

Posted on 23 Jun, 2013, by in Boxing

While Adrien Broner didn’t knock out Paulie Malignaggi like he promised before his debut Welterweight fight, he certainly proved to be worthy of being referred to as the next big thing in boxing, winning through a split decision to claim his third title on his third weight class in the span of only 19 months. More

Alex Ferguson Watch

Alex Ferguson Leaving Manchester United – Some of Us Are Happy

Posted on 9 May, 2013, by in Soccer

It’s not part of tradition to speak ill of those leaving, retiring from the game of football, after achieving so much. But Alex Ferguson is leaving Manchester United as the beloved man the media tries to portray him as. There are quite a few fans, not just opposing managers, filled with smiles for about 24 hours, knowing that someone they couldn’t stand watching is departing the sidelines for good. More

Mayweather Punch Guerrero

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

Saul "Canelo" Alvarez

Aftermath of the Canelo vs Trout Title Fight

Posted on 21 Apr, 2013, by in Boxing

In a test of both his ability as a fighter and his growing status as a star in the boxing world, Saul Alvarez passed the test with flying colors, showing that despite his young age, he’s quite ready to continue and take on the biggest challenges left for him to conquer in the boxing world, beating Austin Trout by a unanimous decision, remaining undefeated and unifying the WBA, WBC & Ring Light Middleweight title belts. More

Guillermo Rigondeaux vs Nonito Donaire

Guillermo Rigondeaux Beating Nonito Donaire is Bad for Boxing

Posted on 14 Apr, 2013, by in Boxing

Being a two time gold-medal winner in the Olympics isn’t enough to make you popular, and winning titles at Batmanweight won’t do the trick either if you’re not a boxer people like to watch. Guillermo Rigondeaux pulled off a huge win over one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, Nonito Donaire, but isn’t going to help him or the world of boxing in any kind of way. More

Aftermath of the Djokovic – Murray US Open Final

Posted on 11 Sep, 2012, by in Featured

It seems hard to comprehend and utter the words, even write them down. Andy Murray, US Open Champion, Grand Slam champion. It took four previous Grand Slam final failures, three against Roger Federer and one against Novak Djokovic to get the 25 year old Brit to where he is. It might have taken longer than anticipated, but there’s no doubt he finally earned to be ranked among the world’s top 4. More

Not the End of the Spain Era; Just the Olympic Games

Posted on 30 Jul, 2012, by in Soccer

While the Spanish papers are already bashing every player and everyone involved with the Spain U-23 team that has lost the first two matches in the 2012 Olympic games football tournament, they seem to forget that these are only the Olympics – not the Euro or the World cup. More