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Toronto Blue Jays Facing COVID-19 Travel Issues

Canada’s deputy public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo has said “no” to the idea of Major League Baseball happening in Canada amid this pandemic. He said earlier this week that the Canadian government would be having “a different conversation” about playing at Rogers Centre if the United States and Canada were at similar stages in […]
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NBA Set To Return After June 4th Vote

The first American sports league to officially shut down back on March 11th, is now officially set to return at the end of July. According to many sources, the NBA’s board of governors intends to approve a league proposal on a 22 team format to restart the NBA season. The NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and […]
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The Latest On Resuming NBA And NHL Seasons

Right about now, in a normal year, we would be deeply entrenched in the late rounds of playoff hockey and basketball. Instead, we are awaiting the return of both leagues. There is good news.  COVID-19 restrictions are starting to be eased and the country seems to be trending in the right direction. With that said, […]
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Best Surf Destinations Around the Globe

Looking to ride some waves after travel restrictions are lifted? To celebrate the return of international travel, here are some of the best surf destinations around the globe. Make sure to book early, plan thoroughly, and don’t forget to bring your waterproof camera!   Jeffreys Bay, South Africa Jeffreys Bay is a small town on […]
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Mike Tyson Hints At Possible Comeback

Mike Tyson is doing his best Michael Jordan impression, he’s making noises like he might be coming out of retirement. The former heavyweight champion released yet another training video this week showcasing that his speed and power are all still there. At the end of the video he said “I’m Back.” It seems The Last […]
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UFC 249 Recap – Gaethje Upsets Ferguson

Sports made its highly anticipated return on Saturday night as UFC 249 went off as planned without spectators. The card was absolutely loaded, as we previewed, and it did not fail to deliver some compelling fights. That being said, there was a weird vibe to the event – two opponents fighting in an empty arena […]
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Zion Williamson’s Legal Tangle

New Orleans Pelicans star and potential rookie-of-the-year candidate, Zion Williamson, is involved in a rough legal battle with his former marketing agency. Williamson signed a 5-year deal to be represented by Prime Marketing Sports. A month after inking the deal with Prime, he signed with CAA, a much larger sports marketing firm. Now he’s party […]
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MLB Owners Approve 2020 Season Plan

We may soon have an idea of what Major League Baseball will look like in 2020. The MLB Owners, along with commissioner Rob Manfred, discussed and approved a plan for the 2020 season on Monday May 11th. This is the first official proposal approved by the commissioner’s office and the owners. It will now be […]
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“The Last Dance” Episode 5 and 6 Recap

We are now officially past the halfway point of the ESPN docu-series “The Last Dance.” The production continues to be a lifeline for sports faithful across the globe as we get a deep look at the career of Michael Jordan along with the history of the Chicago Bulls from the mid 80’s through MJ’s final […]

World Record Stone Skipper [Saitama] – Weird World Champions

With a flick of the wrist, a Japanese office worker claimed the title of stone skipping world champion. Watch more videos on our website! https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/on… Please subscribe HERE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSPEj…