Undefeated

23 Mar 19
The Sports Daily

Stream live sports and ESPN originals on ESPN+ for only $4.99 a month. Start your 7-day free trial today! Name: Jussier Formiga Opponent: Deiveson Figueiredo Odds: +135 (bet $100 to win $135) The clear reason for Formiga being an underdog is the hype behind Figueiredo being an undefeated prospect. The hype is real behind him, […]

23 Mar 19
THE SCRAP

UFC Nashville: Thompson vs Pettis is schedule to be a phenomenal card taking place in Tennessee. With such an action packed main card, try to not forget about some of the undercard scraps that showcase some fighters who have bright futures ahead of them. Many will look to show off their talents and others will […]

23 Mar 19
Tachiai (立合い)

I think the big, double-wide story of this basho is going to be the enormous pile of rikishi who own demotion worthy scores at the end of this basho. If you take a look at the records vs banzuke position, I count at least 10 rikishi who might be worthy of a return to Juryo. […]

23 Mar 19
FightPost: MMA & Boxing News

Darren Till: From Sweet Caroline to Sour Defeat By Anuj Datta Seven months ago, Darren Till was the number one welterweight contender in arguably the toughest division in the UFC. The undefeated rising star was preparing to do battle for the crown. Fast forward to the present day – he has suffered back to back […]

23 Mar 19
Diganta Burman

So, Digvijaya Singh to contest from Bhopal Lok Sabha seat, where BJP has been undefeated since 1989. Seems Rahul Gandhi is seriously planning to send this Congress veteran on a permanent retirement scheme! 😜 No offense. 😉

23 Mar 19
SHATTER MACHINE

This is a really, really good set, one of the best they’ve done, but some of the choices for matches are a bit confusing. I’ll get into it at the end. This is a three-disk set, and it was apparently voted on by the fans. There’s also a great documentary, going over the history of […]

23 Mar 19
THE SCRAP

On Saturday March 23, the UFC makes their way to Nashville, Tennessee for an amazing fight card when top welterweights clash as #3 ranked Stephen Thompson faces former lightweight champion, Anthony Pettis. In the co-main event, heavyweights go to war as #4 ranked Curtis Blaydes takes on #10 ranked Justin Willis. Check out the fights […]

23 Mar 19
Sports Information in the Spring

In the midst of his final season at Mississippi State, Nuno Borges has shown professional potential throughout his entire career. Coming from Portugal, the senior holds an overall singles record of 89-21 and 27-8 in the SEC. His awards stand out even more as he has won 22 awards throughout his career, one being the […]

23 Mar 19
Epic Center Sports Report

                                                                       Picture 2         Picture 1: Bobby (Red) and the Dynamite team lining up before a play         […]

23 Mar 19
OILERSNATION
While the leadership of the Oilers and Senators are seemingly engaged in a battle to see who can produce the biggest public relations nightmare in the media this week, the actual Oilers and Senators will play a matinee hockey game in Edmonton on Saturday afternoon. 1. It seems like a lifetime ago that there was a possibility the Oilers and Senators could have played against each other in the Stanley Cup Final. Back in 2017, the Sens came within one goal of reaching the Final, losing the Pittsburgh Penguins in overtime in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final. They were that year’s miracle team, pulling off countless comebacks and shockers led by amazing play from Erik Karlsson and Craig Anderson. The Oilers, of course, lost to the Anaheim Ducks in Game 7 of the second round, blowing a 2-0 series lead and a realistic chance to make it out of the West through a banged up Nashville Predators squad. Oh, the good old days. 2. Everything has gone wrong for the Oilers and Sens since their playoff runs in 2017. Everything. I don’t have to explain to you what’s gone on here, as the Oilers have flopped in back-to-back seasons. In Ottawa, the Sens went all-in, acquiring Matt Duchene in a three-way trade that involved them getting rid of the thoroughly-solid Kyle Turris and a first-round pick that could very well net the Colorado Avalanche top prospect Jack Hughes at this summer’s draft. 3. Since then, the Sens have completely blown up their team. Mike Hoffman was dealt to San Jose (and hilariously flipped to Florida immediately after as the Panthers easily worked around Pierre Dorion’s policy of not trading within the division). Right before the season, captain Erik Karlsson, who stated he would love to re-sign in Ottawa, was also dealt to San Jose. Prior to the deadline, the Sens unloaded impending free agents Matt Duchene, Ryan Dzingle, and Mark Stone (despite the fact he, like Karlsson, said he would sign an extension). The only notable players left from that playoff run are Bobby Ryan, Craig Anderson, J-G Pageau, and Cody Ceci. 4. That’s just scratching the surface of the drama. If you want a really good look at what’s gone down in Ottawa, check out this incredible twitter thread by Ryan Classic. To paraphrase, since the Sens went to the ECF, beloved former general manager Bryan Murray passed away, owner Eugene Melnyk threatened to move the team, Melnyk fired the Senators’ CEO and appointed himself, Karlsson and his wife were allegedly bullied and harassed by Hoffman’s girlfriend in regards to the couple’s stillborn baby, and multiple players were caught on camera in an uber laughing about how bad the team is. 5. The soap opera continued on Thursday when Melnyk went on radio to call out, uh, everyone. He tore into the local media for “bush league” reporting, he tore into the city of Ottawa for not fully supporting his new arena endeavours, he tore into fans for the trending #MelnykOut hashtag on Twitter, suggesting that the organization was only going to focus on real fans moving forward. 6. I think the disaster in Ottawa than it is in Edmonton. As embarrassing as Bob Nicholson’s random criticisms about Tobias Rieder was on Thursday afternoon, Melnyk straight up going on the radio to blast fans, the city, and local media takes the cake. That coupled with all of the other drama surrounding the Sens over the past couple years? Nothing beats it. 7. Since blowing the team up at the trade deadline, the Sens are 3-8-1 and have a four-point lead on the Los Angeles Kings for dead last in the league. Of course, finishing last won’t do anything for the Sens as the Avs own their first-round pick. 8. As bad as things are for the Sens, there’s still some reason for optimism. They have a very good record at drafting and developing players in later rounds, like Mark Stone for example, and they’ve had a handful of young player put together strong seasons when given an opportunity this year. Thomas Chabot, drafted in the middle of the first round in 2015, currently leads the team in scoring with 49 points in just 62 games, and Brady Tkachuk, last year’s fourth-overall pick, leads the team in goals with 17. 9. With Thursday’s 4-1 spanking of the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Oilers have themselves within five points of a playoff spot again. They would basically have to go undefeated in their final eight games to make the playoffs. The five points are one thing, but jumping over Vancouver, Chicago, Minnesota, Arizona, and Colorado is the real task. 10. With eight games remaining, things are also getting tight for Leon Draisaitl and his pursuit of 50 goals. He has 43 right now and would have to operate at nearly a goal-per-game pace to reach the half-century mark. Can he do it? GAME NOTES BROUGHT TO YOU BY ATB FINANCIAL From peewee to the pros, Albertans loves the atmosphere, energy, and life lessons that take place at rinks across the province. And where there’s an arena, you’ll find an ATB branch nearby—with our team members cheering and fundraising along with you. See more information at ATB.com. Source: NHL, Official Game Page, 3/23/2019 – 7:00 am MT
23 Mar 19
Parlay Game

0 out of 15 Credit: WWE.com The last decade of WrestleMania provided fans with unforgettable moments that helped create The Showcase of the Immortals. Whether it's for dream games, no-one could have imagined instant classics, electrifying debuts and heart-wrenching retirements, the series was the scene of moments that will forever live in the annals of […]

23 Mar 19

Victory Sports and Entertainment are delighted to announce the signing of former Team USA standout Francisco Javier Martinez Currently undefeated in his first 5 professional contests, the Dallas Super Featherweight is looking forward to an exciting future under the guidance of Victory Sports and Entertainment chiefs Rick Torres and Mike Leanardi, who also have the […]

23 Mar 19
Pro Wrestling Central II

*IMPACT WRESTLING* *Friday, 22 March 2019* *By Naushad Khan* Impact Wrestling’s 2 hour broadcast this week kicked off with Moose defeating Trey Miguel after an incredible showing by the member of the Rascalz. Tessa Blanchard is interviewed backstage and she wants Gail Kim to publicly apologise and get fired from Impact Wrestling for her actions. […]

23 Mar 19
National Post

No. 11 seed Ohio State (20-14) vs. No. 3 seed Houston (32-3) NCAA Tournament Second Round, Bank of Oklahoma Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sunday, 7:40 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: A ticket to the Sweet 16 will get punched as Ohio State is preparing to face Houston. Houston earned an 84-55 win over Georgia State in its […]