2015 as a collective whole, was one of the most important years in the history of our species.
This week we take a look at the flurry of words following the “Fight of the Century.”
Do you want to increase the fire that burns between you and your loved one? Do you want to do it without sacrificing a Saturday slate of sports that may rival the Royal Wedding, and Royal Delivery Part I & II combined. This is your step-by-step guide to doing both.
All of the virtues in the world are not going to win this fight. Jesus isn’t going to make sure Manny wins just because he likes Manny better. The sad reality is success is not coupled with virtue.
In this week’s Friday Sports Dump, we ask you to think before watching two people box and thank two young adults for making us not lose faith in the future.
When Floyd Mayweather hits you in the back of the head, the bruises won’t show, but they’re real.
Confidence can be learned, and Dr. Travis Bradberry identifies the behaviors that confident people consistently exhibit.
From Mayweather to Dr. J to A-Rod, we take a look at the memorable quotes from the world of sport in the past week.
Coach Scott Cross of the University of Texas-Arlington’s men’s basketball team tweeted last night that he is not interested in recruiting players to his program who take selfies.
Arrogance should not be encouraged, right?
Jason Greene commits to being a role model for his children about how to end domestic violence.
Matthew Salesses reflects upon the moment he realized he was not white, and explores the ways in which racism against Asians Americans is nearly invisible in our culture.
Showtime explains how the infusion of “jailhouse culture” into our society is desensitizing our youth to the horrors of the prison system.
After Daniel Tosh steps in the ring with Pacquiao, he says, “See, Mayweather, that’s how a man behaves.”
With a name like “Bad” Chad, it’s not always easy being good.