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  • Making An Adjustment (GIF)

    Making An Adjustment (GIF)

    What’s the number one rule in female boxing?  Do not attempt to fix your breasts in the middle of a bout.  Sure, as a female, you may fear that one, or both, of your chesticles could pop out of your sports bra at any time, but wouldn’t you rather have your breasts knocked out of […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Split Down The Middle

    Picture Of The Day: Split Down The Middle

    Those shorts probably fit this dude like a glove during his high school rugby days, but then his metabolism caught up with him and all those late night fast food runs and extra splashes of mayo on his burgers caused some extra padding to grow in all the wrong places.  Now he can try to […]

  • Fantasy Baseball Update: The First Half

    Fantasy Baseball Update: The First Half

    The first half of the season is over, and the National League was victorious for the second consecutive year in the annual All-Star Game. Here is a review of some of the players that stood out before the all-star break; some of these players may have been either make-or-break high draft picks for your team, […]

  • The Greatest (GIF)

    The Greatest (GIF)

    What made Muhammad Ali “the greatest”?  Was it his quick powerful punches?  Or maybe it was his ability to trash talk his opponents like no other boxer could during his time.  Those were just two of the things that made Ali one of the greatest boxers of all time, but perhaps his greatest attribute was […]

  • Epic Jet Pack Fail! (Video)

    Epic Jet Pack Fail! (Video)

    The problem with live television is that you only get one shot.  So when your jet pack fails you and you go crashing into the water immediately after giving your one-liner introduction for FOX News, there is simply no turning back.  You are stuck with the label of “the man with the jet pack that […]

  • Picture Of The Day: I Think We’re Gonna Need More Players

    Picture Of The Day: I Think We’re Gonna Need More Players

    Table football, or fussball, as it is often referred to, usually requires either two or four players, except when you are playing in Berlin. You could probably get away with playing a one-on-one or two-on-two game on this giant fussball table, but chances are you will end up doing more running in a 10 minute […]

  • Tribue Show For “Macho Man” Randy Savage Was An Absolute Disaster

    Tribue Show For “Macho Man” Randy Savage Was An Absolute Disaster

    A tribute show for the “Macho Man” Randy Savage was held just outside Tampa, Florida, at Port Richey’s All Sports Arena on Saturday night.  In addition to paying homage to the former WWF Champion, the event was also supposed to benefit the All Children’s Hospital and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, with all proceeds said […]

  • 14 Interesting Stories Behind Professional Athlete Numbers

    14 Interesting Stories Behind Professional Athlete Numbers

    It seems there is a movement afoot on Twitter to persuade new Detroit Red Wing Mike Commodore to wear #64 on his sweater this season. Of course, that would make him Commodore 64, just like the famous home computer released in 1982. And the best part is that Commodore has said he will consider it. […]

  • Israeli Hockey Star Eliezer Sherbatov Scored The Goal Of The Year Back In April (Video)

    Israeli Hockey Star Eliezer Sherbatov Scored The Goal Of The Year Back In April (Video)

    <img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-63530" title="Israeli Hockey Star Eliezer Sherbatov Scored The Goal Of The Year Bac How To Talk To A Your Ex To Get Him Back k In April” src=”http://www.totalprosports.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Israeli-Hockey-Star-Eliezer-Sherbatov-Scored-The-Goal-Of-The-Year-Back-In-April-150×150.jpg” alt=”” width=”150″ height=”150″ />Back in April, during the IIHF Division III World Championships, Eliezer Sherbatov, 19, of Israel scored what may very well go […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/14/11 — Ryan Spilborghs

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/14/11 — Ryan Spilborghs

    Rockies left fielder Ryan Spilborghs has had quite the disappointing first half of the season.  A .276 career hitter, he entered the All-Star break with a disappointing .217 average and only two home runs and 15 RBIs in 75 games.  Looking to turn things around in the second half, he got off to a great […]

  • 15 Pudgy Pro Athletes

    15 Pudgy Pro Athletes

    Generally speaking, we expect professional athletes to be physical specimens in peak condition. If they were all just fat slobs like us (well, like me) it would be a lot harder to accept that they make millions of dollars while we are scraping quarters together to grab a coffee on the way to work. However, […]

  • This Day In Sports History (July 14th) – 1970 MLB All-Star Game

    This Day In Sports History (July 14th) – 1970 MLB All-Star Game

    It was on this day in 1970 that the 41st annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game was played.  The game took place at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. The American League would take a three-run lead into the bottom of the ninth and were poised to end their seven-game losing streak.  However, the National Leaguer […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/13/11 — Neymar

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/13/11 — Neymar

    Brazil entered the 2011 Copa America tournament as favorites to take home the trophy, along with hosts Argentina, but after earning only two points in their first two group stage matches, they were in danger of bowing out earlier than anyone could have imagined.  In order to avoid such a catastrophe, they needed their young, […]

  • Six-Year-Old Girl Makes A Hole-In-One

    Six-Year-Old Girl Makes A Hole-In-One

    Heading into my thirties, I could maybe hit the green on a par three once in ten tries.  At the tender age of six, Reagan Kennedy of Bloomington, Illinois is already draining hole-in-ones. The youngster recorded the first hole-in-one of her career at The Links at Ireland Grove last week.  Using a hybrid club on […]