Game Film: Mike Tyson’s 1986 Fights (Part Two)

Tyson began finding more nationwide exposure after his first appearance on Sports Illustrated, and his carefully managed matchmaking resulted in his highlights shown on cable television. His manager, Jimmy Jacobs, and his trainer, Kevin Rooney, were trusted friends of Cus D’Amato, continuing to see that D’Amato’s declarations of Tyson becoming the youngest heavyweight champion would […]

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Professional Basketball’s Salad Days

Earlier this year, Shaquille O’Neal was chastised online for his interview with Donovan Mitchell, where he challenged him to continue raising his ceiling by stating he couldn’t win a championship. Naturally, this turned into online pundits and sports personalities criticizing older players for dismissing recent players and their perceived “soft” play style of today’s era. […]

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Dragon Ball Franchise Ranked

Ah, just what the internet needs, another list. Cynicism aside, having read the Dragon Ball manga, and being someone who keeps up with its successor, Dragon Ball Super, I’ve decided to throw my hat into the online list ranking niche market. Whereas some websites, blogs, and fans rank each arc of the overall franchise by […]

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