Stephen A Smith during a live ESPN broadcast. It is not very often that I write about national recognized sports journalists and label them as bias and/or discriminatory. After all, they keep me entertained and informed about the latest news and trends in sports. However, it is important that we as fans call them out … Continue reading Why Stephen A. Smith is wrong about his perception of foreign born star athletes
Bad Bunny with the WWE 24/7 belt I studied Latin American and Latino studies in college not long after the “Latino fever”, or music takeover by artists such as Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias, JLO and Carlos Santana. I remember a discussion we had in one of our classes related to Latino artists in music. We … Continue reading Bad Bunny and the Emergence of the Latino Superstar
Mexico’s national team has been branded as the ‘Giant’ of the area by fans and the Sports media. For many years that label was well suited for Martino’s squad. It is worth noting that the Mexican national team has not missed a World Cup appearance since 1990. But, that has dramatically changed. Although they have … Continue reading Why Mexico’s national team will never make the jump in the FIFA world cup
It is not a surprise why most boxing analyst have given Canelo Alvarez the title and award of boxer of the year for this 2021. The Mexican champion has accomplish what no other Mexican boxer has done in the history of the sport: become the undisputed middleweight champion of the world. But is not only … Continue reading The curious case of Canelo Alvarez
There is no doubt that Lebron James is the best NBA player of this generation. The ‘King’ has become most celebrated athlete in the association and in all sports, by winning multiple individual and team accomplishments. He is the only active NBA player ever to become a billionaire. However, his impact doesn’t end in the … Continue reading How Rich Paul became the NBA’s Boogeyman
It had been almost seven years since the last time we saw CM Punk in a wrestling ring. Wrestling fans around the world wanted him back. For many years, we heard CM Punk chants all over wrestling arenas and shows, hoping to see him once again. WWE couldn’t bring him back, it was up to … Continue reading What CM Punk’s return means to Wrestling
It was October of 2009. Chicago had just been nominated to represent the United States hoping to once again host the summer Olympics in 2016. The last time that the US had hosted such games, was in 1996 in Atlanta. I remember I was in my car on my way to get coffee and a … Continue reading Number 44, the President, the fan.
Many boxing critics believed that Gennady G. Golovkin beat Canelo Alvarez in at least one of their two mega fights. In fact, Golovkin himself is sure that he defeated the Mexican fighter in both of those matchups. However, the problem with those two bouts is that they were both extremely close to call. It’s difficult … Continue reading Triple G should stop chasing a third fight with Canelo
World Championship Wrestling was at the top of their game in 1997. From 1996 until 1998, the WCW/NWO brand was the hottest ticket in the world of sports outside of the NBA Champion Chicago Bulls. There was no doubt that WCW was the top wrestling promotion in the business, with a solid fanbase in America … Continue reading The Undertaker saved WWE and It all started in 1997
“I am taking my talents to south beach”, those were the words that came out of Lebron James during the now infamous ‘The Decision’ segment on ESPN in the summer of 2010. He was leaving his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers and was joining the Miami Heat, alongside Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh. It was not the … Continue reading Anthony Davis: Lebron’s creation
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