Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will not be getting his team back, after a local court denied his attempt to reverse the team's $2 billion sale.
In a report by NBA.com, the second district Court of Appeal in California ruled that Sterling failed to show a legal error by a Los Angeles judge who approved of the said transaction in 2014.
According to another report by Fortune.com, Sterling was said to have shown signs of Alzheimer's disease, granting his estranged wife Shelly full control of the team. She eventually sold it to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. The report adds that Sterling also has pending cases filed against his wife, the NBA, and the doctor who gave the diagnosis. more >>
Long-time World Wrestling Entertainment superstar The Undertaker is believed to be heading into his final appearances above the squared circle.
In a report by WrestleZone's Justin LaBar, the WWE management's move to brand this week as "The Undertaker week" was one sign that "The Dead Man" may be leaving professional wrestling for good.
"The Undertaker looks to be in great shape, at least better than he was a year ago," an excerpt from LaBar's report reads. "He's reportedly healed up from nagging injuries and has an appearance to be proud of." more >>
Former long-time UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva could be booked for a rematch against fellow Brazilian MMA veteran Vitor Belfort.
In a report by Bloody Elbow, UFC president Dana White was speaking with UFC president Dana White on the plane on their way home back from Australia for the past weekend's UFC 193 event.
When brought up, White says he actually welcomes the idea of a rematch between the two former UFC champions. more >>
Six-division world boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya has explained how his open letter to Floyd Mayweather came about. He also reiterated his intent to help out former UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, should she decide to make a boxing run.
Early this month, "The Golden Boy" wrote an open letter to Mayweather for Playboy Magazine, which was set to come out on the publication's December issue. In the said letter, De La Hoya was highly critical of Mayweather's fighting style.
"Truth be told, I'm not unhappy to see you retire. Neither are a lot of boxing fans. Scratch that. MOST boxing fans. Why? Because the fight game will be a better one without you in it. Let's face it: You were boring," an excerpt of the letter reads. more >>
Holly Holm has one word to describe her Saturday night fight against former UFC women's bantamweight queen Ronda Rousey.
In a report by MMA Fighting, the newly crowned champion says it felt "satisfying" to be able to punch Ronda Rousey in the face.
"I'm not going to say I don't love to punch people in the face," Holm clarified during an ESPN Radio Interview. "But that's just part of the sport. Every time I land a punch, it's satisfying because I know I just scored. I know I'm on top." more >>
Despite their verbal tirades in the past, Floyd Mayweather is actually on Ronda Rousey's side this time around.
"Rowdy" tasted her first loss in professional mixed martial arts when former boxing world champion Holly Holm knocked her out at UFC 193 this past weekend. Holm now holds the belt Rousey has had around her waist since 2012. Mayweather and Rousey have been exchanging words since the middle of 2014.