An American hockey team was in Canada for a game when this person sang both countries' anthems.
Halfway through the national anthem for the U.S., the microphone seemed to encounter technical difficulties. But that didn't stop these fans from helping finish it. These Canadian hockey fans sang together in a version of the U.S. national anthem that will give you chills. The fans did something amazing for all those who are watching from another country.
Listen to this live version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" sung by the crowd in Canada below: more >>
Adrian Peterson may have upset some when he seemingly compared his legal issues to those of Darren Wilson, the police officer who was not indicted last night for shooting 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri last Aug.
After it was announced that a grand jury would not indict Wilson in the fatal shooting, a number of people went into an uproar. While many people protested in Ferguson and around the country, others like the 29-year-old suspended Vikings running back took to Twitter to express their thoughts.
The Vikings running back made headlines last September when news broke claiming that he abused his four-year-old son whom the football star struck with a stripped tree branch, resulting in severe lacerations. Although his no-contest plea left him avoiding jail time, it also resulted in his inability to play in the NFL for the season. more >>
Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has managed to defeat Chris Algieri during their bout Saturday, with a unanimous 12-round decision win. The decisive victory over the young 30-year old American has caused fans to turn their attention to Floyd Mayweather, with questions on whether the fight will finally happen or not.
It seems that the fight will not only happen just once, but possibly, twice. The Mayweather camp has released demands on the super bout with a date set in May 2015. The clause however, dictates that if Mayweather loses the match, a rematch will be set on September the same year.
The clause was revealed by Pacquiao's trainer himself, Freddie Roach, who reviewed the prospects of the match before flying back from China. more >>
After Manny Pacquiao dominated in his fight with Chris Algieri in Macau, boxing fans are wondering whether this means that the most-awaited fight will finally take place next year— the Pac-man vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. match.
After he was declared the winner, the pound-for-pound champion was all smiles as he gave a funny response when he was asked if the Mayweather fight is truly happening. The Filipino fighter gave the emcee an incredulous look and jumped up and down while shouting, "He's going to fight me? He's going to fight me? Yes! Yes!" to the delight of fans in the Cotai Arena.
Pacquiao was playing off a new commercial where he celebrates thinking that Mayweather has agreed to the match. more >>
While Tim Tebow, 27, has been selected by People magazine as one of 2014's Sexiest Men Alive, he admits that being deemed attractive is not his focus.
"Of course I want to look nice and have a good appearance, but more than the outer shell, I want people to want to be around me for my heart," he told People. "To me, it's especially important to have a heart for kids who are hurting. Being able to make a difference is something that people should love, and that's something that's sexy about people."
The evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, has made work with his Tim Tebow foundation a priority. The foundation builds playrooms in children's hospitals all over the world, grants sick children's wishes and works to aid in the process of adoption. more >>
Adrian Peterson has given an in-depth interview for the first time since being indicted last Sept. for severely beating his four-year-old son in as an act of discipline.
The 29-year-old Minnesota Vikings running back made headlines last September when news broke claiming that he abused his four-year-old son whom the football star struck with a stripped tree branch, resulting in severe lacerations. Although his no-contest plea left him with the ability to continue with the 2014-2015 NFL season, the league officially decided he would remain suspended without pay.
Now, Peterson has spoken to USA Today about the incident, saying that he believed he would play in the NFL again. Still, he insists he learned from the situation and would never use a switch as a form of discipline again. more >>