Saturday was a great night for sports bettors, but more importantly, it was a perfect example of how the international community should treat sports betting -- licensed, legitimate and legal.
Did you pay to see the so-called 'fight of the century' between Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquaio? Tons of bars and other public spots paid a pretty penny to make the event available to their customers - and many say it paid off big time.
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As long as sports are interesting to viewers, leagues turn a blind eye and players fail to hold their peers accountable. Ultimately, the responsibility to ostracize those who systematically abuse their positions as superstars and act above the law falls upon the fans.
The latest batch of trash-talk between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao centers not on boxing, but the Bible. In an
"Hopefully he can get better and pull through like a true champion," Mayweather said of De La Hoya, via the Associated Press
Mayweather announced in May that his next fight will be against Canelo Alvarez on Sept. 14 at the MGM Grand. Pacquiao is
Had he come out of a basketball powerhouse such as the University of North Carolina or Georgia Tech as opposed to the academic
After the Asian American Journalists Association called for an apology from Whitlock, he delivered one on Sunday. It turns
In every sport there are formal as well as informal rules. I have seldom seen a boxer pretend to accept the glove of regret, and then strike his opponent.
Before all the talk begins to fade about what happened on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Hotel, let's reflect on a historic fight and two men that gave us our money's worth.