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This weekend saw Alistair Overeem deliver another absolutely destructive performance. This time in K-1 at the expense of Ben Edwards, who is a highly-touted up and coming kickboxer. But not only is Overeem one of the world’s best heavyweight strikers, he also has a litany of submission victories in his…
UFC 110 provided a ton of excitement and left people talking about Cain Velasquez, Wanderlei Silva, and George Sotiropoulos. But Ryan Bader made a huge leap for his career by KOing Keith Jardine, while Mirko “Crocop” Filipovic got himself a badly needed UFC win. Bader had trouble keeping up to…
UFC 110 looked like a night of solid action on paper, and the event did not disappoint. There was almost no down time in any of the fights that aired on the pay-per-view. Cain Velasquez, Wanderlei Silva, and George Sotiropoulos all turned in incredible performances to earn victories.
FIFA World Cup 2010 from South Africa has officially wrapped up, and the tournament was a memorable one for several reasons. The beautiful game’s signature tournament made its first appearance on the continent of Africa, and although goals were hard to come by at first, the action picked up in…
FIFA World Cup 2010 has provided amazing ups and downs for soccer fans in South Africa and around the world. The field of 32 countries has been whittled down to just two finalists – Spain and the Netherlands - who will battle for gold this weekend. Germany and Uruguay will…
Four South American teams entered the Round of 8 at FIFA World Cup 2010 from South Africa, but only one advanced to the semi-finals. Conversely, only three European teams were represented in the quarterfinals, the fewest in the history of soccer’s greatest tournament. But each of them found a way…
The odds-on favorites all did what they were expected to do on the final days of Round 2 at the FIFA World Cup of soccer from South Africa. European powers, Spain and the Netherlands, each advanced, while the ever dominant Brazil sent a message to its final eight counterparts with…
FIFA World CUP 2010 has hit the elimination stage, and the goals keep coming. Although this year’s tournament got off to a slow offensive start, the first two days of the knock out stage featured high-powered soccer action as Gemany, Argentina, and Uruguay all advanced, while the USA’s tournament was…
32 teams entered FIFA World Cup 2010. Now there are 16. With group play wrapping up Friday, half of this year’s hopefuls have officially been sent packing, including some big surprises in the way of last tournament’s champions and runners-up – Italy and France, respectively. Now there are no more…
The 2006 defending champions have failed to make it beyond the group stage. Italy joined France as the other European soccer superpower to make an embarrassingly early exit from FIFA World Cup 2010 this week after losing 3-2 to Slovakia in group play.
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