The professional wrestling world continues to turn following WrestleMania 29 in New Jersey. The 'Raw' crowd on Monday Night kicked off the new wrestling season with a bang, and I just hope WWE can carry that momentum into the next couple of events
In certain parts of Detroit, it's a relatively easy task to get yourself kidnapped, pistol-whipped, or blasted in in the nuts with a stun gun. If it doesn't happen on it it's own though, you can always pay for it.
Wrestling is as hit or miss as any weekly show on television. One segment is brilliant, the next three are mind-numbingly bad, and then the main event makes you forget the last two and a half hours with its greatness. Over the years, WWE has tried a lot of things, some worked just how WWE Creative planned, while others backfired miserably.
Google recently announced their new product, Glass, the strange looking eyewear which allows you to surf the web and take pictures and video all while looking like Jean-Claude Van Damme in "Universal Soldier."
It's down to the last episode of 'The Ultimate Fighter 17', with two final matches to determine which two fighters will advance to Saturday night's TUF finale and do battle for the season title and the six-figure UFC contract
It's cool for a guy to take his girlfriend to WrestleMania, right? Sure, unless that same guy has a wife, then things get complicated. For instance, that guy's wife could show up at WrestleMania with a sign calling him out for cheating and giving his section, row and seat number. Oof.
The woman in the photo above held a sign and wore a T-shirt calling out her husband for cheating and dub
South African athlete Ernst Joubert plays rugby for Saracens, a professional team based in St Albans, England. From the looks of the picture below from the BBC's Dan Roan, someone mistook Joubert's face for the ball during his team's 27-16 win over Ulster in the Heineken Cup last weekend in Twickenham, England.
Takes a hard man to smile with a nose as damaged as this: Sarries' Ernst Joubert after their
Learning how to take great pictures is an artistic opportunity to capture life for the sake of posterity. Years from now, when your life is way more boring, you'll lament the fact you've got no photo evidence of the time when you were cooler
Hopefully the Cleveland Indians' can find home easier than their new manager did on Monday. Hours before his team's home opener at Progressive Field, skipper Terry Francona embarked on the two-block walk from his apartment to the stadium
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