Category: Sports

Filipinos Urged To Turn Off Appliances During Pacquiao fight

Filipinos appliances Pacquiao fight An officer at a Philippine electric company has urged customers to turn off major appliances to help prevent outages that have recently plagued his province so people can watch the much-awaited fight between Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. Palawan Electric Cooperative secretary Rante Ramos said Friday shutting down refrigerators…

Michelle Waterson Signs With The UFC (PHOTO)

Michelle Waterson Signs With The UFC Former Invicta FC atomweight champion Michelle “The Karate Hottie” Waterson (12-4) has signed with the UFC to compete as a strawweight. The news was first reported on Monday’s edition of UFC Tonight. Waterson made her professional mixed martial arts debut in February 2007. UFC was going to sign Michelle…

Brittney Griner Arrested For Assault And Disorderly Conduct

PHOENIX – According to reports police have arrested WNBA star on suspeciion of assault. The Phoenix Mercury star was arrested Wednesday in Goodyear on allegations of assault, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Griner, 24, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct, according to booking information. A Goodyear police spokeswoman said…

ESPN Britt McHenry Suspended After Shocking Video Leaked Online (VIDEO)

Britt McHenry was suspended for a week, ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz said Thursday after the a video was posted on the website LiveLeak and quickly became viral. The video, which was edited, shows McHenry insulting the physical appearance and intelligence of the clerk after her car was towed. “It makes my skin crawl even being…

Lauren Hill Dies Of Brain Cancer (PHOTO)

GREENDALE — Lauren Hill, the inspirational 19-year-old from Lawrenceburg, Indiana, has died after battling brain cancer for several months, WCPO in Cincinnati reported Friday morning. Her resolve, spirit and courage were celebrated Nov. 2 when she realized her dream at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. Cheered on by a sold-out crowd of 10,250 and a television…