Mike Tyson made the biggest impression at UFC 160 and would be a good analyst for the sport as he is still a heavyweight champion of the world in popularity and presence.
The Toronto Blue Jays asked Chad Jenkins to start against a good-hitting lineup having not gotten into a game in two weeks, and the big right-hander responded with an admirable performance.
It was an unmatched will to win, and not so much their genuine quality on the field, that allowed Bayern Munich to overcome Borussia Dortmund and win the UEFA Champions League final.
Since moving to lightweight, Canadian T.J. Grant has found his niche and now stands on the precipice of a UFC championship.
It’s not a question of whether the Senators beloved captain Daniel Alfredsson is good or healthy enough to continue playing; his decision on his future will be influenced by his life off the ice.
On May 26, 1988, 25 years ago this weekend, the Edmonton Oilers won the Stanley Cup. They would win another in 1990, but nothing was quite as special as that ’88 Cup win.
The two couldn’t have more differing personalities but Patrick Roy and Joe Sakic have the right mix to make the Colorado Avalanche a relevant franchise again.
NASCAR is the undisputed new king of the track — but in May, the Indy 500 still glimmers.
Henrik Lundqvist is like Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant: “Guys that work that much specifically on their game, it’s gonna show up when the lights are bright.”
From the drop of the puck in Game 1 through to the final buzzer in Game 5, the juggernaut known as the Pittsburgh Penguins stifled the Ottawa Senators.
Saturday’s UFC 160 is one of the most stacked shows the organization has ever put together yet there are many matchups that simply are not getting the credit they deserve.
The news that Sean Nolin would be starting for the Blue Jays Friday against the Baltimore Orioles was met with backlash, but Toronto is simply making the best of a less than desirable situation.