An interesting photo posted by Cleveland Cavaliers star J.R. Smith inspired one of his teammates to accuse him of being “drunk as hell” at the event.
The prolonged war of words between Floyd Mayweather and Ronda Rousey, unquestioned champions and superstars in their respective sports, has entered its next round of a knock-down, drag-out bout with
The war of words between Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather may go on in perpetuity of the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion has anything to say about it.
Ronda Rousey appeared to criticize Floyd Mayweather’s history with domestic violence during an interview with “Access Hollywood.
Fast food giant Burger King is being roundly criticized for ponying up a whopper of a fee to have its “King” mascot be part of Floyd Mayweather’s entourage for his bout with Manny P
Laila Ali spoke candidly about Floyd Mayweather during a recent appearance on CBS Sports’ “We Need to Talk,” and she expressed a tremendous amount of pity for him instead of assumed
Rory McIlroy, a boxing fan of some renown, procured himself one of the most sought-after tickets in recent sports history: Seats at the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather bout in Las Vegas.
Floyd Mayweather has a well-earned reputation for sparing no expense when it comes to trying to live up to his “Money” nickname, and of course he isn’t afraid to show off just how m
Floyd Mayweather isn’t known as “Money” without good reason.
While it was nothing more than some trumped-up smack talk — or not — Manny Pacquiao said that it his opinion that Ronda Rousey, the baddest female MMA fighter in all the land, could beat
Ronda Rousey previously stated she planned to spend a substantial portion of her winnings from her 14-second victory over Cat Zingano at UFC 184 Saturday on tickets to the upcoming Manny Pacquiao-Flo
Apparently, Snoop Dogg made much more than a friendly wager with a pal — more like a “bud” in light of what was on the line — who goes by the name Lui over the outcome of the
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Just as Linsanity was ratcheting up in early February, boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
Bernard Hopkins, an incredibly talented, highly successful fighter in his own right, believes that an African-American fighter’s style would present a far more difficult challenge than the one