The 2014-2015 NFL season is right around the corner and Super Bowl XLIX will be here before we know it. February 1, 2015 will be here sooner then you expect which leads to the question, “Who will be performing at the biggest concert of the year?”
If they are going for current acts there are four artists who I could legitametely see performing at “the big game.”
See who I think could do it
Before Ronda Rousey took over the MMA scene in the UFC, Gina Carano was the face of women’s MMA in the United States. The former Strikeforce champion was on a similar path as Rousey; undefeated with a budding movie career, until she lost to Christine “Cyborg” Justino back in 2009. Carano hasn’t had an MMA fight since then, but according to UFC President Dana White, that is going to change soon.
It looks like Rob Hennigan is assembling his veteran leadership for the Orlando Magic roster to help bring the young team along. First with the signing of Ben Gordon last week and now the team has come to terms with Forward/Center Channing Frye.
After Lebron James‘ The Decision four years ago we all remember the rant that Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert went on. Not only was Gilbert criticized for the rant, but the comic sans font that it was written in. Well apparently the letter disappeared last night.
Soccer fever has swept the nation during the World Cup and many Americans who wouldn’t care otherwise are openly rooting for Team USA. While the team made it to the round of 16, there was one international superstar rooting against them, Rihanna.
see what he tweeted
It’s been less than a week since Carmelo Anthony opted out of his contract with the New York Knicks, and while teams can’t make their official pitches for his services until July 1, celebrity fans of those teams have a green light to pitch as they please. Cue R. Kelly, who was being interviewed after performing at WGCI Chicago’s Summer Jam concert and got down on his knees to to beg for Melo to sign with the Bulls.
Were less than 12 hours from the NBA draft, and the landscape of the league possibly changing again. Between what is being heralded as the deepest draft since 2003 and Carmelo Anthony and Lebron James already opting out of their respective deals, with the possibly of Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh doing the same next week there are a lot of moving pieces over the next few weeks. It looks like Kobe Bryant might have put his two cents in, as the Lakers are rumored to make a pitch for both James and Anthony.
Soccer fever has swept the United States because the World Cup is currently taking place, well we have a bit of negative soccer news to report. One of the most recognizable soccer players in the US has been arrested for domestic violence.
After failing a drug test which got him pulled from the upcoming UFC 175 pay per view Chael Sonnen has announced his retirement from MMA.
shocking news that should surprise no one, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been voted the most hated man in America in a survey conducted by E-Score.
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It’s Memorial Day Weekend and you know there is always going to be some drama popping off somewhere. This weekend it looks like an incident between T.I. and Floyd “Money” Mayweather, over T.I.’s wife Tiny of all things happened out in Las Vegas, and chairs were thrown (allegedly)
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UCF Alum, and current Chicago Bear, announced today that he has signed an extension with the team, and he did it somewhere I’m sure nobody expected an NFL contract to be signed…… on The View. He also decided to donate $1 million to help support mental health.
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Blake Bortles and Storm Johnson have only been in Jacksonville for a couple of weeks, but they are already setting attendance records. In Jacksonville, that’s not necessarily a hard thing to do.
Were you sick of watching the Knicks and Lakers this NBA season on ESPN, TNT and ABC? I’m sure you were considering the teams had a combined record of 64-100, and neither made the playoffs. It did seem as though one of those teams were on national television nearly every week. Well that COULD and SHOULD change real soon.
See what is on the table