Some fans may take this as yet another excuse from Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s camp to forgo the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight, but recent news about the most talked-about matchup indicated that the Money has been asking for a bigger share of the pie or else no bout will happen.
A report from Chris Mannix from SI.com indicated an insider from the American fighter's camp saying that Mayweather is aiming for "two thirds of the share."
"According to a source close to Mayweather, if a Pacquiao fight were to happen, Mayweather would need to receive close to two-thirds of the revenue," Sports Illustrated wrote. more >>
Cam Newton has thanked Jesus for his life after being involved in a serious car accident and has a message for people holding onto grudges.
Newton, the 25-year-old Carolina Panthers quarterback, was involved in a car accident that resulted in him fracturing his lower back while leaving his truck totaled. The Panthers released a statement to explain that "Newton has two transverse process fractures in his lower back and no further internal injuries."
After NFL players took to Twitter to pray for their injured peer, Newton took to Instagram to post an image of his totaled truck while glorifying God. more >>
To the delight of many wrestling fans, former WWE pro-wrestler and favorite CM Punk has joined UFC, an event he refers to as his "new career."
"This is my new career, 100 percent," CM Punk said in a statement during the UFC 181 pay-per-view broadcast on Saturday night. "I'm going to go full steam ahead, all systems go after today, and it's going to be fun."
Apparently, it wasn't only the fans who felt the excitement for Punk's recent turn of career. more >>
Any sports fan would agree that these were five of the biggest sports moments to take place this year. It includes one, in each of the 5 major sports we follow in the U.S. Thanks to social media, especially Twitter, we were able to get the players reaction to each of these memorable moments.
Below each moment are the actual tweets about it from the actual player:
1. Henrik Lundqvist fulfills his lifelong dream of playing in the Stanley Cup Finals. He takes the ice in all the games played, but the NY Rangers do not come up victorious in the end. He is determined to get back to the finals and this time win the Stanley Cup! more >>
The Brooklyn Nets are planning to trade their All-Star trio Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams to any interested teams.
The Nets' decision to trade their players is not surprising considering the team has ended up with a full roster due to prior deals and now has a season record of 8-11. It now makes sense for the higher-ups to officially let go of some of their players.
Lopez has been billed at $32 million through 2015 to 2016, Johnson at $48 million for 2015 to 2017 and Williams came up with the highest amount of $63 million through 2016 to 2017. more >>
Eric Berry says God has prepared him for a battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma that is keeping him off of the football field.
Berry, the 25-year-old Kansas City Chiefs safety, was recently diagnosed when he completed testing after finding a mass in his chest. After the Chiefs placed Berry on the non-football illness list last month, the NFL player publicly confirmed that he was dealing with the cancerous disease.
Berry expressed his gratitude to both his supporters and the doctors he is working with to help battle the disease. more >>