All eyes are on Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. as they continue to negotiate to make the biggest and richest fight a reality. Now, Pacquiao has issued an ultimatum to Mayweather to sign by the end of January or the proposed Las Vegas superfight, penciled in for May 2, is off. Talks for the much-anticipated match has been ongoing on and off over the last five years.
In a visit to the LA Times to promote his documentary film, "Manny," which is narrated by actor Liam Neeson, the Filipino fighter said he's ready to fight Floyd Mayweather.
"My promoter and I, we've already agreed to the terms and conditions of whatever he wants. We're just waiting on the signed contract from him," Pacquiao said. more >>
Andrew Luck is reportedly discussing with Indianapolis Colts for the biggest contract in the league.
Adam Schefter from ESPN tweeted about the said deal and wrote "Colts already have been working on parameters of blockbuster mega deal for QB Andrew Luck, per league sources. Could be richest deal in NFL."
The NFL insider further revealed that the deal is in the amount of $25 million per year. Although the deal cannot be sealed until the new league year starts, both parties have expressed the desire to make it happen so Luck can stay with the Colts for more years. more >>
Manny Pacquiao has a deadline for rival boxer Floyd Mayweather to sign a contract to step into the ring with him.
Pacquiao, the 36-year-old Christian fighter and politician, took to Twitter to taunt Mayweather, the 37-year-old undefeated fighter, who many have been trying to get him to battle in the ring for years.
"If you really care about the fans, you will fight. If you care about yourself... you won't fight. #MannySmile. I can easily beat @FloydMayweather, I believe that," Pacquiao tweeted. "Everyone had me as a big underdog to @OscarDeLaHoya too. If @FloydMayweather fights me boxing will get an even bigger upset victory." more >>
Vince Wilfork of the New England Patriots lends a helping hand after being part of a historic victory that led his team to the Super Bowl. While driving home he noticed a Jeep Wrangler rolled onto the side of the road near the stadium.
After seeing this car flipped, Vince did what anyone else would have done. He pulled over and went over the car to help get a woman out.
"Through football and the course of life, I've learned to try to stay poised in certain situations and I'm pretty sure she was kind of scared," Wilfork said Monday in the team's locker room. This was a situation where this man was scared of the situation, but knew he had to help. The police credited him with saving 38-year-old Mary Ellen Brooks and bringing her to safety. more >>
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had no doubt on Sunday that his team would emerge victorious in their NFC Championship game on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. A number of the 68,538 fans that packed the CenturyLink Field, however, didn't think he would and walked out minutes before the team's miraculous comeback.
According to NFL.com, with less than five minutes left in the game on Sunday and their team down by double digits, some Seahawks fans headed for the exits early to beat the crowd.
They were certain that the Seahawks had lost until they heard the roar of the crowd inside the stadium from the outside as the improbable comeback was set in motion by Wilson. more >>
After his amazing performance in the NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers in which he rallied his team to a gutsy and stunning 28-22 overtime victory Sunday, 26-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went to church and inspired a number of fans to go too.
While many fans who watched the talented quarterback celebrated him as the hero for pulling off the biggest comeback in championship game history, Wilson openly praised God as the real hero of the improbable victory and continued that celebration at the City Church in Seattle, Washington, led by pastor Judah Smith.
"The 1st place @DangeRussWilson went after that epic game? City Church Seattle w/ @judahsmith ...I find that, awesome…#habits #occupyplanted," Hillsong NYC pastor Carl Lentz noted in a tweet. more >>