Going To The Sun Road opens for 2022 season
Footage of Japanese kickboxer Rukiya “Demolition Man” Anpo recently went viral for showing him beating up uninvited fighters who interrupted a training session – or did they really? A video of the fight shows a group of "street fighters" seemingly barging into the gym where Anpo, 26, and fellow Japanese kickboxer Kosei Yamada, 29, were training. Several social media posts claimed that the "street fighters" challenged them to a fight.
- The Recount
UFC Pres. White on FBI raiding Mar-a-Lago: “There’s 10 other people’s houses that ... should’ve been raided before his.”
UFC chief Dana White commented on the FBI raiding Mar-a-Lago at a UFC press conference, saying “There’s 10 other people’s houses that ... should’ve been raided before his.” The whole world is crazy right now.
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With speculation rampant that appeals officer Peter Harvey may suspend Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson indefinitely before Friday night, blocking him from playing in the preseason opener at Jacksonville, the Browns made a compelling chess move. They announced on Wednesday that Watson will start the Week One preseason game. It left zero doubt about Cleveland’s plans, [more]
- Nets Wire
Nets guard Kyrie Irving reportedly doesn't 'hate' his coach and GM, the first good news for the Nets in a while.
- Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.
When he ponders the potential of his defense, there are a couple of moments from this spring that stand out to Vikings defensive coordinator Ed Donatell. While trying to teach parts of his 3-4 scheme a few months ago, inundating his players with new information in the process, Donatell remembers inside linebackers Eric Kendricks and Jordan Hicks approaching him on separate occasions. The ...
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‘I think they’ve been brainwashed’: Billy Horschel doesn’t hold back on LIV members who think they’ll play on PGA Tour again
"I've had some of them tell me, 'I'll see you on Tour again.' I said, 'No you won't.'"
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
The top two finishers at the 150th Open could now be bound for LIV Golf.
28 years after the launch of Nintendo’s Super Punch-Out!!, a series of new cheats have been...
- Rams Wire
Jordan Fuller a backup? Terrell Lewis with the third-team defense? Ben Skowronek over Tutu Atwell? Breaking down the Rams' first depth chart of 2022
- The Telegraph
Cameron Smith, the Open champion, has signed a $100 million-plus deal to join LIV Golf in a major coup for the Saudi-backed rebel series.
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce scorched to a dominant victory in the women's 100m at the Diamond League meet in Monaco on Wednesday.
World champion Noah Lyles confirmed his impressive season form by blasting to victory in 19.46 seconds in the 200m at the Diamond League meet in Monaco on Wednesday.
- USA TODAY Sports
Oklahoma assistant Cale Gundy resigned after acknowledging he said an inappropriate word during a team meeting. What we know on the situation so far.
Former Masters champion Patrick Reed said Wednesday he expects other high-profile LIV rebels to be drawn to the Asian Tour as it becomes one of the main avenues for them to earn world-ranking points.
- NBC Sports Washington
As NFL teams and players get set to begin their preseason schedules, we take a look at how fantasy football drafts could shake out later this summer.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Kyle Shanahan is not happy with the NFL's rule that prevents him from wearing certain styles of hats, including the famous "Shanahat."
- USA Network
Last night on RAW, WWE announced the blockbuster match between Kevin Owens and Ezekiel. The two have been feuding for a few months now over the fact that Owens is sure Ezekiel is actually WWE Superstar Elias! Of course, Ezekiel says he is the younger brother of Elias, but Owens still refuses to buy it. Becoming more infuriated by the WWE Universe’s belief that Ezekiel and Elias are two different people, KO has made it his mission to end Ezekiel's career and prove he is not who he says he is. Las
John Force gave the Funny Car class bragging rights to the speed record in 1998.
- Eagles Wire
Philadelphia Eagles officially sign running back DeAndre Torrey and waived/injured wide receiver Keric Wheatfall.
- College Football News
Predicting the preseason AP Poll and rankings before they come out, changing up a previous version after the Coaches Poll was released.