Turns out that although hockey fights are already entertaining, they’re way better with Australian commentary.
In theory, joint practices are fantastic ideas. They allow teams to get in some reps against some opponents who they aren’t all that familiar with and they also give some practices a more competitive edge. In practice, they aren’t without their downsides. The Cowboys and Rams displayed one downside of joint practices on Tuesday, as
No, it’s not Floyd Mayweather.
Fights. Fights everywhere. Apparently Costa Rican national team manager Paulo Wanchope saw some of the NFL training camp brawls, heard about Geno Smith getting punched in the face, and decided he wanted to make headlines for a fight of his own. Well, that decision backfired. He fought a security guard (right after shoving a little
A brawl broke out in today's joint practice between the @HoustonTexans and @Redskins. WATCH: http://t.co/PCADYT0pKB — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) August 8, 2015 If you needed another reason to watch Hard Knocks on HBO this year, look no further than the below fighting between the Texans and the Redskins.
Matt Barnes went on to ESPN’s SportsNation on Tuesday where he was asked about his relationship with Serge Ibaka, who he got into a tussle with back in 2013. When asked what he thinks about Serge, Barnes was pretty damn frank: “Me and Serge can fight right here now if he was here. I just
No one should be surprised when a video or report surfaces of parents engaging in a NSFW debate or legit fist fight at a youth sporting event because we’ve seen dozens over the last few years, but they never become less mind-boggling.
Managers are suppose to be the reasonable ones preventing their players from fighting, but instead were the instigators of a benches-clearing brawl in the Alaska Baseball League on Wednesday night. During the 14th inning of a game between the Peninsula Oilers and Anchorage Bucs, Bucs manager Mike Grahovac was tossed for arguing balls and strikes. As
STREET FIGHTER A video posted by Sports Claymation (@azxd) on Jun 22, 2015 at 4:57am PDT On Friday, 41 year-old Kimbo Slice took on the 51 year-old Ken Shamrock in a fight that surprisingly wasn’t hosted by the AARP. After being put into a rather precarious chokehold, Slice knocked Shamrock out in the first round
Mitt Romney and Evander Holyfield squared off for charity on Friday night, and the short fight had one fantastic highlight. Check out Evander taking a wee-bit of a dive when Romney threw a very weak right-handed punch his way.
Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets played an absolutely terrible game of basketball on Sunday. The result was a Clippers blowout victory by a score of 128-95, and some very visable frustration.
Entering 2015, everyone knew that the Kansas City Royals were a very talented and hungry team, evident from their incredible World Series run last fall, but no one knew what was coming in the season’s opening weeks.