Tom Brady isn’t just the GOAT of NFL quarterbacks who will make a record 10th Super Bowl appearance when his Bucs take on the Chiefs on Sunday, February 7. Brady apparently also knows how to whip up a healthy take on guacamole that’s practically a guilt-free game day dish.
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady (seen above celebrating his 10th trip to the Big Game) graduated from high school in 1995. Months later, when Brady was just entering college, Patrick Mahomes was born. Now the two are set to square off February 7th in Super Bowl LV (55) as QBs for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs, respectively.
After Youtube star Jake Paul flattened former Knicks star Nate Robinson in their undercard match on the Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. exhibition match, the boxing world has decided the Pauls — Jake and his brother Logan — are for real. So no less than undefeated champion Floyd Mayweather has announced an exhibition match with Logan Paul, whose last big fight was as a cruiserweight (junior heavyweight) against English Youtuber and rapper KSI in November 2019.
Last weekend’s Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. pay-per-view exhibition bout was far more watchable than most fans expected–from Jake Paul’s meme-worthy knockout of former NBA star Nate Robinson on the undercard to the surprisingly competitive main event. Tyson/Jones may have resembled hard sparring more than an actual boxing match, but was lively enough for many observers to score it for the 54-year-old Tyson, even though the celebrity judges charitably called it a draw.
Yes, Major League Baseball is coming back. No, it won’t be the same. That’s one takeaway from newly-announced MLB rules that could substantially alter the nature of the game. Rules like this: The National League will have designated hitters. Continue reading MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ANNOUNCES NEW RULE CHANGES FOR 2020 SEASON
NASCAR dropped a bomb on some members of its huge fanbase on June 10th when it announced that the Confederate flag would be banned from all future events. Continue reading BUBBA WALLACE ON WHY NASCAR’S CONFEDERATE FLAG BAN IS A ‘PIVOTAL MOMENT’