15 Fights Everyone Should Know (Part 1)

15 Fights Everyone Should Know (Part 1)

Anyone who’s ever had a passing interest in boxing has probably wondered where to start. Well, in order to accommodate our readers in this regard, I’ve compiled a list of “15 Fights Everyone Should Know“.  These bouts are a great place for any aspiring observer of pugilism to begin their education. [NOTE: While boxers like Sam Langford and Jack Johnson clearly […]

NBA Review: Stuck In the Middle

NBA Review: Stuck In the Middle

With the NBA season winding down, we thought we’d examine some of the teams who’ve found themselves in the worst possible position: the middle. EASTERN CONFERENCE The Brooklyn Nets (14-56), Orlando Magic (26-46) and Philadelphia 76ers (26-45) have the worst records in the east. The remaining lottery teams are: Chicago Bulls (34-38) The Bulls are currently 9th in […]

After The Protests: Kaepernick’s Future Is Uncertain

After The Protests: Kaepernick’s Future Is Uncertain

2016 was a big year for Colin Kaepernick. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback became a household name after he refused to stand for the national anthem, choosing instead to “stand with the people that are being oppressed“. The decisions was unpopular with many football fans, and it garnered tons of national media coverage. While the political debates played […]

Defense Rules At The Top of the NFL Draft

Defense Rules At The Top of the NFL Draft

The 2017 NFL Draft takes place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this year across three days in late April. On Thursday, April 27, the first round takes place, with the best football prospects in the country being selected. The top of this year’s draft is interesting for a number of reasons. The Cleveland Browns have two of […]

Should Sports Be A Platform For Political Discussions?

Should Sports Be A Platform For Political Discussions?

For generations, sports stars have enjoyed the ability to use their celebrity for political purposes. Whether they make headlines by helping to break racial stereotypes, like Gold Medalist Jesse Owens at the Olympic Games in Berlin, or utilize athletic ceremonies as a forum for protest, like sprinters Wayne Collett and Vince Mathews did at the 1972 […]