Tim Tebow is making sure that special needs teenagers have a special prom this year since his foundation is hosting 50 of the high school festivities across the country.
Tebow, 27, is an Evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, who has made work with his Tim Tebow foundation a priority. The foundation created by Tebow builds playrooms in children's hospitals all of the world, grants sick children's wishes and works to aid in the process of adoption.
Now, The Tim Tebow foundation is sponsoring churches around the country who are willing to host a "Night to Shine," where special needs teenagers ages 16 and up can participate in a prom next month. While the proms are free and open to those who fit the age requirements, guests will be welcomed to a red carpet entrance where they will be greeted by a buddy who will individually host each participant. more >>
Tim Tebow is laughing off being called "ugly."
Tebow, the 27-year-old Evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, was named one of 2014's Sexiest Men Alive by People magazine. However, he was forced to face some criticism about the claim on a recent episode of late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel's Celebrity Mean Tweets segment.
Tebow was forced to read a mean tweet about himself that read, "Tim Tebow is not cute, sexy, or hot. He ugly. Sorry bout it." more >>
After much negotiation, the boxing match that everyone is waiting for is closer to becoming a reality as Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. have come to an agreement regarding the venue of their much-awaited fight.
Both boxers have agreed that if the fight should take place, it should happen at the Grand Garden Arena at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Pacquiao has fought 8 of his last 12 matches in the venue, while Mayweather has fought his last 10 consecutive fights in the arena, so the place is very familiar to both of them.
Both boxers have not signed a final contract yet, but according to a source from Los Angeles Times, negotiations are ongoing and that there has been progress in the talks that have been put on and off for almost five years now. The source, a boxing authority involved in the negotiations who reportedly wished to remain anonymous, said that a final decision may be made in the next seven to 10 days. more >>
The San Antonio Spurs visited the White House on Monday where they were praised by none other than President Obama for their success given their relatively old age in the NBA.
The Hill indicated in their report how Obama admired the resilience of Spurs' key players despite them being "past their prime."
"Let's face it, just a little while back, people were saying that the Spurs were past their prime, not just old but kind of boring," Obama said. "Now they're fresh and exciting, which is basically the exact opposite of what happens to presidents." more >>
To get Jeff Green, the Memphiz Grizzlies has agreed on a three-team five-player trade with New Orleans Pelicans and Boston Celtics, according to sources who reported the information to Yahoo! Sports.
In the trade, Grizzlies would be sending out Tayshaun Prince, New Orleans will trade Austin Rivers then Memphis would offer their first-round pick in 2019 to Celtics.
Grizzlies will also trade Quincy Pondexter and their 2015 second-round pick to New Orleans while the Pelicans will forward Russ Smith to Memphis. more >>
Nike plans to re-release the Nike MAG shoes this year, this time with a new self-tightening laces which are inspired by the pair worn by Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly in the 1989 film "Back to the Future Part II."
The confirmation came via FHM U.K. in their official Twitter account on Friday afternoon.
"Back to the Future fans rejoice! Nike are set to release Marty Mcfly's incredible 2015 self-lacing shoes this year," the tweet read. more >>