Miguel Cotto is going up against Saul Alvarez in the ring in two months with both fighters receiving millions for their anticipated fight.
WBC middleweight champion, Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto will soon be facing former IBF/WBC junior middleweight champ, Mexican Saul "Canelo" Alvarez at the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino where Cotto is expected to receive $30 million and Alvarez $10 million for their Nov. 21 fight.
Self-promoted Cotto, who is the only Puerto Rican professional boxer to have won titles in four different weight classes, is seen as the Number Two fighter in the 160lb class, following IBO/WBA middleweight champ, Russian fighter Gennady Golovkin. more >>
Even though St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has won a Super Bowl ring as a player, has the most career wins of any Tennessee Titans head coach ever and has established a successful career coaching the sport he loves, there was still something missing from his life that kept him from being fully satisfied.
In a new video released Monday by the "I Am Second" movement, the 57-year-old Rams coach explained that although he grew up in the church, he was "turned off" by religion early in his life and never had time as a National Football League head coach to accept the Lord in his heart until he came to the realization in 2010 that he needed Christ to survive life's grind.
Although Fisher identified as a Christian throughout his life, he said that one scaring childhood experience likely led him to live a life separate from God without knowing the true meaning of what accepting Jesus as his Savior truly meant. more >>
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Tim Tebow turned 28 on Friday and celebrated the occasion by sharing an exclusive video highlighting the five years his foundation has been helping people in need.
"Many blessings in my 28 yrs. Being part of 5 yrs of @tebowfoundation is one of the best!" Tebow tweeted.
LeBron James wants to help at-risk young people in Akron, Ohio, by pledging to give college scholarships to kids in the University of Akron.
Having experienced how it is to be an at-risk child in Akron, LeBron James set out to use the blessings he received from his basketball profession to help the youth in Ohio have a chance to make their lives better. His foundation set up the "I Promise" program, together with the University of Akron, to create college scholarships for around 1,000 at-risk youth, according to NBC Sports.
On Thursday, James announced the program during an event at the Cedar Point Amusement Park. He expressed his happiness and excitement over what the program would be able to do for the recipients of the scholarship. more >>
The Los Angeles Galaxy and Comunicaciones meet at Stubhub Center as the CONCACAF Champions League continues. The match is on Aug. 18, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET.
In Group D of the competition, the Galaxy already had their first game done when they went head-to-head against Trinidad and Tobago's Central FC.
The Americans were not challeged at all as they put five goals past their rivals in a 5-1 thumping victory to sit atop the standings in the group. Alan Gordon opened the scoring in the game for the Galaxy, while Raul Mendiola made it 2-1 by the half. Three unanswered goals from the Galaxy converted by Gyasi Zardes, Giovani dos Santos and Ignacio Maganto completed the emphatic victory for the favoured club. more >>
Liverpool host AFC Bournemouth at Anfield in game week two of the English Premier League. The match is on Aug. 17, 2015 at 3 p.m. ET.
Liverpool are coming off a 1-0 win over Stoke City in their first game of the new Premier League season. More importantly, that victory helped them finally put to bed the demons of their 6-1 loss to Stoke to end last year's campaign.
It was a sour note to Steven Gerrard's last game as a Liverpool player but the Reds have shown they can move on and with a win, they will now try to continue their positive start with another win over Bournemouth. more >>