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Upsets Rule The Ring At Knucklemania-BKFC 16

The leadup to the Super Bowl always makes for an interesting landscape of events in the community that hosts the big game. Even with the pandemic still raging, 2021 would be no different as a new contender in the fighting arts realm in Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship brought Knucklemania to Lakeland on Friday night. Founded […]

Danny Wimmer Presents Sets The Stage For the 2021 Festival Season

Danny Wimmer Presents 2021 Festival Calendar: DWP Partners With Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival For July 23-25 Event In Mansfield, OH Louder Than Life Set For September 23-26 With Newly Added Thursday Night Celebration In Louisville, KY Welcome To Rockville Expands To 4 Days And Shifts From Spring To November 11-14 In Daytona Beach, FL Previously Announced […]

The Other Side of Sports (Too) – Hole in One

Well this photo has a number of memories for this member of the human race as I did something on this hole that most golfers can only dream of.  Yes on February 2, 2000, Groundhogs Day, I got my first, last and only hole in one on the ninth hole at Countryside Executive Golf Course […]

Now More than Ever

Now more than ever anytime in the history of the world, has our freedoms been more at stake. Every year our personal liberties have been attacked systematically and endlessly. It seems the deep state knows no bounds on their continuous pursuit of world domination and subversion. At every turn they have thwarted our rights, squandered […]

Lightning Win The 2020 Stanley Cup

After playing 130 hockey games in the bubble, The NHL’s season came to a conclusion with the Tampa Bay Lightning winning the Stanley Cup. The 2-0 victory over the Dallas Stars was much deserved as the Lightning played a complete game and controlled the final 30 minutes. Defenseman Victor Hedman was named the Conn Smythe […]

Global Legion Fighting Championships 15 at Banquet Masters Center

  After sporting events began re-opening from Coronavirus, Global Legion Fighting Championships was one of the first fighting organizations to bring back fans to their live events. On August 15th they held the second of these shows at the same Banquet Masters Event Center where they held the first one, just under a month ago. While attendance wasn’t quite as large as […]

ICYMI Rick on Uncommon View 7-21-20

In case you missed it, Rick Sassone on Uncommon View with Kris Dunn – Daniel Snyder, Washington Redskins, Fauci on the mound, NFL pre-season, John Rahm, Mitchell Wilcox Cincinnati Bengals and more…

No Sports to Watch? Boxing has you covered

Each week it seems like the dominos continue to fall. Collegiate Conferences across the nation continue to postpone fall sports believing sports fans to think that inevitably college football is going to be cancelled nationwide. There was once a glimmer of hope, but now it appears that has disappeared. One sport that has been able […]

The Precarious State of MLB

With Major League Baseball finally set to resume for the 2020 season, let’s take a look at how we got here. A few weeks ago, in late June, the MLB Players Association (MLBPA) informed the league that players would comply with Commissioner Rob Manfred’s imposed outline for a 60-game season. Players have already reported earlier […]

Junior Lightweight Mikaela Mayer (13-0, 5 KO) Scores an Easy Ten Round Unanimous Decision

Junior Lightweight Mikaela Mayer (13-0, 5 KO) from Los Angeles, CA. vs  Helen Joseph (17-5-2, 10 KO) From Lagos, Nigeria Las Vegas, NV–Mayer moving very nicely picking her spots early on catching Joseph at will with hard jabs and hooks in the opening round. Mayer setting up the counter not really allowing Joseph to get off on […]