Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick

After 20 very successful years of football together, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick parted ways. On March 17, 2020, Tom Brady announced that he would be ending his long, Super-Bowl filled career with the New England Patriots. He would then continue that career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team that has improved a great deal with the addition of this living football legend. They … Continue reading Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick

Stand Your Ground

UFC Vegas 37 was an exceptional UFC card. The first three fights saw knockout finishes. After a back and forth match with Antonio Arroyo, Joaquin Buckley scored a knockout finish that earned him a $50,000 performance of the night bonus. After a rocky first round in which Nathan Maness was almost finished, he came back with another knockout victory over Tony Gravely that also earned … Continue reading Stand Your Ground

Slow and Steady Wins the Race

UFC Vegas 36 was an exciting event for fans of high paced action. The main card saw 3 finishes out of four fights leading into the main event. Paddy Pimblett made an impressive UFC debut with a first round T.K.O. of Luigi Vendramini. Khalil Roundtree Jr. had an exceptional first round against Modestus Bukauskas that saw him land many floor shaking strikes before ending the … Continue reading Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Two Months Of Baseball!

We’re two months into the regular season of baseball and there’ve been some major surprises and some predictable outcomes. In this article I’ll go over both and give my predictions for awards and the postseason, plus some surprises and predictable outcomes. Surprises As of this writing there have been 6 no-hitters in the MLB this season. If pitchers keep this up they are on track … Continue reading Two Months Of Baseball!

The Queen Rises Again

UFC Fight Night Vegas 27 was a relatively boring event. Of the six fights on the main card, five went to decision. The Heavyweight bout between Justin Tafa and Jared Vanderaa was relatively impressive, considering the lack of name recognition for either of the two fighters. Vanderaa was able to demonstrate some impressive striking while stringing together several combinations of varied punches and powerful kicks … Continue reading The Queen Rises Again

You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

UFC 261 is an MMA event that will go down in history. Not only was it the first UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) event with fans in attendance since the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic, but it also broke several UFC records. Only two fights on the main card went outside of the first round, and they were abruptly stopped in the second. We saw head … Continue reading You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

Sexism at the NCAA Tournament

The top female college basketball players in the country arrived at the March Madness tournament to see that their “weight room” consisted of one set of dumbbells and a few yoga mats. Meanwhile their male counterparts were given a giant training facility that resembled a commercial gym. The inequalities didn’t end there, photo and video evidence also showed that the women’s teams received less food … Continue reading Sexism at the NCAA Tournament

Girls and Women in Sports

February 3rd was National Girls and Women in Sports Day, but it’s important to recognize and support women’s sports all throughout the year. The statistics are staggering and show that sports are a key place of inequality:  64% of girls will have quit sports by the age of 16-17 80% of girls feel that they do not belong in sports 5% of US media coverage … Continue reading Girls and Women in Sports