The eagerly anticipated first day of the Ashes series between England and Australia kicked off on Thursday morning. What a tightly contested first day of cricket it was.
Dillian Whyte came through arguably his toughest test just over a week ago when he beat Oscar Rivas by unanimous decision at the O2 to secure the mandatory position with the WBC.
There was absolute havoc in Hockenheim due to heavy rainfall. In what was one of the most dramatic races in recent years. It produces so many surprises that it was hard to keep track at times.
The age old rivalry between England and Australia has always made for some of the best cricket. This year we will be witnessing yet another spectacle when the Ashes begins on August 1st.
With the transfer deadline quickly approaching clubs have been looking to make massive moves. Big players have been tipped to make moves that will surely shock the world of football.
The game known as El Trafico never disappointed, it produced a game with many magical moments. The main attractions to the game was not the rivalry between clubs but instead the rivalry that sparked between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Carlos Vela leading up to the game.
The claret jug was lifted by Shane Lowry on Sunday afternoon at a blustery and wet Portrush Golf Club. The 32-year-old Irish man started the final round as strong favourite after a miraculous third round and he held his nerve to seal the 148th Open Championship.
The point of the NBA summer league is to see how those who were recently drafted perform and whether they will adapt to the NBA. Unfortunately many could not come to that conclusion with many of the top drafted players either being tested or injured.
Neymar, the world’s most expensive footballer, has hit the headlines many times over the course of his career so far, but he’s in the news once again as he seemingly looks to force through an exit at current club PSG.
Last Saturday proved to be an excellent night for heavyweight boxing, with Frank Warren’s BT Sports show going down a storm with fans.