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WWE Extreme Rules Predictions

WWE Extreme Rules takes place this Sunday, May 22 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. I am pretty excited about this pay-per-view for a number of reasons. The first being the fact that Extreme Rules is usually one of my favorite events of the year (minus the big 4 ppvs) and the second being that it’s in New […]

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Raw Highlights: May 16, 2016

The go-home episodes of Monday Night Raw are always something to look forward whether they deliver or not. During Raw, I received a lot of texts about how boring it was considering Extreme Rules is this Sunday. However, I thought it was a solid episode. Extreme Rules is one of my favorite pay-per-views of the year and it has plenty […]

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A lot changes in two years…

The last time we saw the Oklahoma City Thunder make a conference finals, LeBron was wrapping up his final season in Miami, David Stern was still commissioner and Kevin Durant was running the show in OKC. It is hard to believe that was only two years ago, but a lot happens in just two years. If you asked anyone prior […]

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Raw Highlights: May 09, 2016

Jericho Highlight Reel  Raw begins with Jericho’s highlight reel. Jericho pokes at fresh wounds after murdering Mitch the potted plant. He picked up the remains of our good friend Mitch and teased the crowd talking about how he used Mitch to take out Dean Amrbose.  Not cool, Jericho! Cue the realest guys in the room as Big Cass shows up […]

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Respect Curry and the Warriors

As much as I love the NBA and the sport of basketball, I hate discussing it with most people. The constant need to draw comparisons to past players drives me up the damn wall because it depreciates the talent in front of them. Basketball is different in regards to any other sport because the WINS weigh so heavily. When we […]

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The Revolution has begun

If you ask the casual sports fan about baseball, they give the same reguritated response, “boring.” If you don’t believe me, the TV ratings speak for themselves. Let’s take a look at the numbers for the grandest stage in baseball, the World Series. Between the late 80’s and early 90’s, the World Series carried anywhere from 33 to 36 million […]