The Brodie Lee Celebration of Life on All Elite Wrestling (AEW) Dynamite was a beautiful tribute to the late pro-wrestler Jon Huber, aka Brodie Lee and Luke Harper in WWE. The show had great matches with all the members of Lee’s stable, the Dark Order, winning a clean sweep.More
In a press release, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) announced on their website that pro-wrestler Jonathan Huber, also known as Brodie Lee, passed away.
If you are a WWE fan, you would know when you or the unfortunate soul waiting in the ring heard a gong, that would mean that things were about to get real. The arena lights would go dark.
Parents of Ahmaud Arbery and Trayvon Martin thanked Naomi Osaka Tuesday for representing their children on her masks during the US Open.
The Milwaukee Bucks boycotted their NBA playoff series game today.
A question during a post-game press conference about the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin brought out an emotional plead for justice.
Get ready for an unpredictable edition of playoff hockey. Needless to say, the pause to regular season action has halted all previous momentum. Injured players are returning. Regular season records don’t feel as important as in prior years and momentum is a thing of the past. Rather than offer an educated guess for who will win the Stanley Cup, let’s look at some interesting storylines that could rear their heads in this unique postseason.
The NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2019 list is a players-only vote, which often sparks entertaining debates throughout the off season. With the list’s recent reveal, plenty of selections have caught my attention. Some players are being celebrated for past achievements instead of their performance last season. Other players aren’t getting enough recognition for their impact on the field. Let’s dive into some of the most eyebrow-raising rankings from this year’s list.
Pine Tar, a sluice of tobacco, sunflower seeds and juju are all common elements connected to one thing —”baseball”— the sport where many are called and few are chosen.
Retired Lakers Basketball star Kobe Bryant died Sunday morning in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Bryant was 41. Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Maria Onore Bryant is reported to be among the nine who died in the fatal helicopter crash.