2018 World Cup Preview: Soccer Reigns!

by Tim Jeffery As we draw within a month of the world’s biggest and greatest sporting event, 32 teams are set to converge on Russia full of hope and dreams, all carrying different definitions for success. It’s an event more than half the world will likely tune in to when you consider four years ago 3.2 billion people worldwide watched the 2014 World Cup – 46.4 percent of the world. Giants such as Brazil with its five World Cup Titles and Germany owning four expect no less than gaining a spot for…

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Conor McGregor Puts On Good Show Against Floyd Mayweather Until His Tank Hit Empty

video still of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor exchanging punches in T-Mobile Arena

by Tim Jeffery Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather After all the braggadocios and smack talk from the two champions, the biggest pay-per view fight in boxing history boiled down to one man simply hitting a wall, leaving him barely able to stand on legs of rubber one minute into round 10 Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip. Just like that Floyd “Money” Mayweather reached 50-0 in his legendary career. Certainly the bigger and stronger looking Conor McGregor was a force for at least three rounds and…

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Next MLB World Series Teams – Can’t Call Them At This Point

by Tim Jeffery As the 2017 baseball season sits just over two weeks shy of the all-star break it’s anyone’s guess who the favorites are to meet in the next World Series. And that is the true beauty of this sport. Who didn’t know the Cleveland Cavs were headed for another showdown vs. Golden State in the NBA Finals? Unless you are a New England Patriots fan you probably wish to see someone else from the AFC represent in the Super Bowl. Baseball doesn’t work that way. The game can…

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ESPN Hands Out Pinkslips But Fans Mourn The Departures Of Network Legends

by Tim Jeffery In 1979 four men became the faces of early ESPN – Chris Berman, Bob Ley, Dick Vitale and the late Tom Mees. Berman, Ley and Vitale are now in their 38th year with the network. Thousands of others have followed…announcers and athletes that have helped shape what has for quite some time been simply “The Worldwide Leader in Sports”. Collectively, they built the network that forever changed the way Americans watch television. There were no 24-hour networks back in 1979 – not ABC, CBS, NBC, not even HBO.…

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