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27 Amazing Sports Photos

July 28, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Carmen Basilio (right) celebrates with his cornermen after knocking out Tony DeMarco (left) in the 12th round for the world welterweight title, Nov. 30, 1955

Knocked Out


Eagles at Giants, Nov. 20, 1960 | Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Chuck Bednarik celebrates after laying out New York Giants running back Frank Gifford at Yankee Stadium. The hit forced Gifford to temporarily retire from football.

A Close Touch


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Poll Of The Week

April 9, 2015 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Poll, Sports |

If You Could Only Save Your Family's Life By Choosing One, What Would It Be?

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The 16 Strangest Superstitions In Sports History

April 7, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: List |

Moises Alou has a quirk for the ages. He didn't like the idea of wearing batting gloves while playing ball, so he refused to do it. However, he needed his hands to be tougher in order to bat. To toughen his hands, he would pee on them. ... it didn't really work.

Even if they don’t want to admit it, most people have superstitions. “Step on a crack, break your momma’s back” has forced people to avoid cracks for the rest of their lives for fear of their mother breaking her back. It seems outrageous, but do you step on cracks if you can avoid it?

When you have a career as luck-driven as professional sports, you just have to lean into all of the superstitious mumbo-jumbo. Sure, all of the pre- and post-game rituals may seem silly, but would you really want to be responsible for letting your team down?


1. Les Miles has a habit of eating the turf of the field before the game and in high pressure situations. Miles claims that it helps him stay grounded and realize that he is just a small cog in a larger game. He wouldn’t admit anything otherwise, but he claims that the grass at LSU’s stadium tastes the best.

Les Miles has a habit of eating the turf of the field before the game and in high pressure situations. Miles claims that it helps him stay grounded and realize that he is just a small cog in a larger game. He wouldn't admit anything otherwise, but he claims that the grass at LSU's stadium tastes the best.


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A Look Into The RIDICULOUS Lifestyle Of Floyd Mayweather Jr

April 6, 2015 | 11 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

floyd mayweather extravagant lifestyle

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is on top of the world. He is the world’s highest-paid athlete and is headed for the biggest payday of his career. New estimates show Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s payoff for fighting Manny Pacquiao could easily be $180 million. Unlike other super-rich athletes like Tiger Woods and Tom Brady, Floyd is not afraid to flaunt his wealth. He posts photos of himself and his money (literally, stacks of money) all the time, and they are unreal.

floyd mayweather extravagant lifestyle



The 10 Greatest Upsets In Sports History

April 2, 2015 | 8 Comments » | Topics: List |

10. Rulon Gardner beats “The Unbeatable”

This wasn’t even a blip on anyone’s radar during the 2000 Summer Olympics. It was a foregone conclusion that Alexander Karelin was going to win gold in the heavyweight division of Greco-Roman wrestling. That was until Gardner, the big bear (now even bigger) from Afton, Wyo., stepped onto the mat and took down the internationally undefeated Russian to take home the gold. Karelin had been undefeated in 13 years of international competition and had lost only one wrestling match in his entire life — when he was 19 years old in the 1987 Soviet Championships.



43 Absolutely Fascinating Sports Photos

March 24, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Mike Tyson and his trainer, Cus D’Amato, before his first professional fight 3-6-1985


Manute Bol playing defense in 1984 (At 7 ft 7 in tall, he was one of the tallest men ever to play in the National Basketball Association)


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10 Of The Greatest Rounds In The History Of Boxing

March 18, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Sports |

Few things are as thrilling as witnessing two evenly-matched combatants battle it out for twelve rounds in the ring. Every so often the planets will align and two men will deliver a fight for the ages. It’s terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time. Here are ten of the best rounds to have ever have taken place in the history of boxing.

Diego Corrales vs Jose Luis Castillo Round 10


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Top 10 Worst Sports Teams Of All Time

March 13, 2015 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

There’s something magical about the competition that a good sports match provides. No matter what sports you like it’s always exciting to see the teams you support take the field, because the thrill of not knowing whether they’ll win or lose is what makes the experience so great. However, there’s a depressing exception: if you were a supporter of one of the following teams, you knew to expect only ineptitude.

10.  2003 Detroit Tigers

2003 Detroit Tigers

Most terrible sports teams are expansion franchises, which is understandable; it’s tough for a brand new team to compete with established squads. But the 2003 Tigers had no such excuse when they went 43-119 in 2003, becoming the second worst modern baseball team in the process. At least the Tigers have company, because as you’ll see later they’re not the only franchise to embarrass Detroit.



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