Greg Hardy is an absolute idiot! I try to write as many things as possible from a neutral stance but not today. This low life Hardy just can’t keep himself out of the news even though he should be thanking God he isn’t in jail and is still in the NFL. This moron, who isn’t smart enough to lay low after getting off from domestic violence charges thanks to a very stupid loophole in North Carolina law and paying off the woman who was accusing him, now finds himself in hot water and this time for a tasteless joke about 9/11.
Imagine paying $99 dollars tonight to order the biggest fight in boxing history between Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao, and at some point during the fight your pay per view feed just drops. You would literally lose your mind and possibly throw your television out the window. Sounds like a stretch but HBO & Showtime execs are very scared at the threat of it happening due to too many orders being placed.
It is becoming a well known fact that LaMarcus Aldridge is pretty much done with Portland and is ready to move on to better situations. He shouldn’t take any heat for not wanting to return. He has been there nine years and the team has never really done much. True, a combo of him and Damian Lillard is nice to have, but without disrespecting them there are better duo’s out there. Aldridge is a free agent and appears pretty set on going to the Spurs but he could instead wind up with Cleveland if Kevin Love opts out.
People must have forgot that Mike Tyson still has it inside of him to turn into “Iron Mike” at anytime and a fan found that out yesterday at the Mayweather/Pacquiao weigh in. Tyson is a much more relaxed, easy going type of guy now, but it is very clear at the drop of a hat he can still snap. This fan who tried to take a pic and put his arm around Tyson without asking him is lucky he only got elbowed and didn’t get his head knocked off.
The Tampa Bay Bucs and Jameis Winston clearly did not want to drag out contract talks. They wanted to get to work immediately and they will do just that after they agreed on his first NFL contract this afternoon. Jameis signed a 4 year deal worth $23 million, which included a fat $16 million dollar upfront signing bonus! His tax bracket changed that fast but now it is time to show he is worth the investment. Check the gallery!
Since their inception in 1946, the San Francisco 49ers have worn nothing but red, white and gold. That’ll change this season. The 49ers on Thursday unveiled the new, black alternate uniforms they’ll debut later this year. Per NFL rules, San Francisco can wear the new duds for no more than two games this season. Perhaps a change of clothes will motivate the team in its first season under new head coach Jim Tomsula. After three consecutive trips to the NFC Championship Game — including an appearance in Super Bowl XLVII — the Niners imploded last season, finishing a lackluster 8-8 and missing the playoffs entirely. Check the gallery and let us know what you think.
The big day is just about here! No more talking, no more social media jabs, no more nonsense! The mega fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is going down, Saturday May 2nd at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and we want to know who you picking for the fight?? Mayweather or Pacquiao?? Let us know!
Floyd Mayweather’s nickname of “money” is seriously an understatement. I mean considering all his cars, cribs, jewelry, and most importantly the money he brings in, it seems like we need a stronger word for him. Tomorrow night will be the single biggest payday of his career but that doesn’t mean he can’t get more. ESPN’s Darren Rovell caught wind that luxury watch brand “Hublot” just inked a deal with Floyd, rumored at $5 million just for him to wear their name on his shorts. As part of the deal they gave him a custom Floyd Mayweather timepiece that will be limited to 250 made. Check out the gallery!
Celtics general manager Danny Ainge has said he’d ideally like to trade his treasure trove of first-round picks – up to 10 over the next four years – for veterans. I doubt Ainge would do that at any cost, but that route sure worked well last time with Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen joining Paul Pierce in Boston.