The Cristiano Ronaldo versus Lionel Messi debate divided football fans for several years now. Brazil icon Pele recently fueled the widely discussed topic after he named the FC Barcelona forward as the better football player than the Real Madrid captain. Did Pele make the right choice?
Messi vs Ronaldo
According to Metro, Pele spoke at a Q&A session in Glasgow and ended the longest running debate by picking Messi over Ronaldo as the best footballer in the world. The 75-year-old legend, who is popularly regarded as the greatest football player of all time, stated that Messi's incredible statistics and feats in the past years placed him ahead of Ronaldo. more >>
As Jeremy Lin gears up to lead the Brooklyn Nets in the 2016-17 NBA season, some reports claimed that the New York Knicks were uninterested in a reunion during the free agency period. The franchise allegedly snubbed the then-free agent Linsanity because they see Derrick Rose and Brandon Jennings as better point guards on the defensive end. Did the Knicks make the right decision?
Rose, Jennings vs Lin
Brian Lewis of New York Post wrote that a source told him the reunion between Lin and the Knicks did not materialize during the free agency period because of defensive concerns. Instead of acquiring their former star player, the Knicks opted to trade for Rose and sign Jennings in free agency to upgrade the team's point guard position. more >>
The Miz has had a long run with the WWE, but it had not always been a smooth ride for him. The 35-year-old superstar entered the company through the reality show Tough Enough, and had drawn a lot of flack for his "soft" in-ring style, especially in recent events.
To his credit, gone were the days of his disappointing title runs, as he is currently being praised for restoring the relevance of the Intercontinental Championship on SmackDown Live. His altercations with Dolph Ziggler and Daniel Bryan may have boosted his villainous character. However, it may also cost him his place in the blue brand.
Bunte Magazine is being sued for claiming that F1 legend Michael Schumacher can walk and move following his accident.
The magazine was printed back in December and cited their source for the claims as one of Schumacher's friends. Schumacher was involved in a serious skiing accident on Dec. 29, 2013 in the French Alps and his recovery has been slow.
Michael Schumacher Recovery Rumors by Bunte Magazine more >>
Ever since the 2016 WWE Brand Split, SmackDown Live had performed at par, if not better, than its red counterpart. The blue brand has a smaller roster and is only two-hour show, but it is teeming with great talent and the shorter timeslot allows for more focus on storylines.
Speaking of storylines, last week's SmackDown opened new angles for viewers to enjoy this Tuesday. The first show after the impressive Backlash 2016 builds on various title changes and feuds from the SmackDown-exclusive pay-per-view, and this week is expected to follow through. Here are the anticipated matchups for Tuesday:
The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler more >>
Before releasing her memoir detailing her life with her famed basketball legend husband, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Cookie Johnson is dedicating her upcoming book to God.
"The time is here, in one week on 9/20 'Believing in Magic' will be released!! I dedicate this book to God," Cookie wrote on Instagram. "Without Him, my obstacles would have been unconquerable. Always, He is by my side, guiding, directing, and carrying me when I cannot stand on my own. #BelievingInMagicBook #TheCookieJ."
Johnson's Instagram message came along with a graphic image of the scripture Hebrews 12:2 which states, "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God." (KJV) more >>