The ongoing saga between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor has just taken a very intriguing turn. During a recent stop on the UK leg of his Undefeated tour, Mayweather announced that he’s coming out of retirement for the sole purpose of getting in the ring with McGregor.
O.J. Simpson’s name stayed in the news throughout much of 2016 thanks to FX’s hit show American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and ESPN’s excellent documentary O.J.: Made in America. Even though Simpson himself remained locked behind bars in Nevada on armed robbery and kidnapping convictions following a September 2007 incident, he was the topic of discussion for many people over the course of the year. And it sounds like Simpson might be on the tip of everyone’s tongue in 2017, too.
Angelina Jolie has remained relatively mum on her high-profile divorce from Brad Pitt, until now. In an interview with BBC World News’ Yalda Hakim, the actress and director finally addressed the stunning split, calling it a “very difficult time” in her life.
Betting actual money on the behavior of wild animals isn’t the best idea ever, but the latest Planet Earth II water cooler moment suggests there’s a clear favorite in any possible showdown: giraffes. In a Hitchcock-ian twist not seen on the small screen since How I Met Your Mother‘s 2014 fumble, the BBC One docuseries shocked viewers with footage of a giraffe literally walking all over a lion:
During the Warriors’ stunning 20-point loss to the Lakers last Friday night, Steph Curry didn’t hit a single 3-pointer. It snapped a streak that saw Curry hit at least one 3-pointer in 157 consecutive games that stretched all the way back to November 2013.
A Connecticut man, with help from the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut, is suing three state police troopers for allegedly fabricating charges against him and—among other things—taking his camera without a warrant. Video shows the three state troopers allegedly making up the charges in the Sept. 11, 2015 incident.