One of the most charismatic WWE stars is abruptly ending his career in wrestling due to undisclosed medical reasons; but everyone knew that Daniel Bryan, who is known for his "Yes! Yes! Yes!" catchphrase, has been dealing with concussion issues since the last time he appeared in the ring in April of last year.
The 34-year-old is too young to end his WWE career, but the former champion is taking his health problem seriously, which obviously is the right thing to do. Aside from the concussion issues that surfaced last year, he also had to give up the heavyweight championship he won because he had to undergo surgery on his neck.
His popularity started when he began appearing on WWE's reality TV program titled "Total Divas." He then married another wrestling star Brie Bella two years ago and the real-life relationship between the two became a hit on the show. more >>
Two teams enjoying the season so far will clash at the TD Garden as the Boston Celtics host the Los Angeles Clippers in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.
The match-up is on February 10, 2016 at 7:30 PM ET.
Only scheduled to meet twice this season, this is the first time the two teams will square off this year and it should be an interesting battle. more >>
The creator behind the controversial Doritos commercial that had pro-abortion groups angry that it "humanized" the fetus, has revealed that the animated baby in the ad is in fact from the ultrasound of the creator's own son.
"The animated baby – that animation is created from a still from the ultrasound of my son Freddie, so that's kind of an animated version of Freddie," Australian filmmaker Peter Carstairs told Entertainment Tonight. "Like, if Freddie was in utero trying to catch a Dorito, that's what he would look like, because it's him."
The 30-second ad in question, which cost $2,000 to make, features a pregnant mother getting an ultrasound, while the dad is eating Doritos chips. The ad suggests that the baby wants some of the chips, and viewers are left to infer that the baby jolted out of the mother's womb to go after a Dorito, in what was supposed to be a humorous spot, like other Super Bowl commercials. more >>
Anquan Boldin won the 2015 Walter Payton NFL Man Of The Year Award Saturday, but he is making sure to give honor to God.
Boldin, the 35-year-old San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, won the award that highlights charity work after establishing his Anquan Boldin Foundation in 2004 to help underprivileged children receive the best education opportunities available.
The first player of the 49ers organization to ever receive the Walter Payton Award, Boldin said he was fulfilling his God-given purpose. more >>
Outspoken Christian NFL star Russell Wilson issued a touching tribute to Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning after the 39-year-old future Hall of Famer won his second Super Bowl Sunday night in what many believe could have potentially been his final game.
The 27-year-old Wilson, the quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks who is notorious for his dedication to his Christian faith, took the The Player's Tribune, a media website that provides professional athletes an outlet to write on their experiences and reflections, to thank Manning for all that he has done for the sport and for him personally.
In an op-ed published on Monday titled "If This IS It," Wilson stated that if Manning's last game was indeed Super Bowl 50, there was one moment that he will remember the most from Manning's illustrious career. more >>
The San Antonio Spurs travel to the AmericanAirlines Arena to face the Miami Heat in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.
This battle is on February 9, 2016 at 8:00 PM ET.
Both teams are doing relatively well in their respective conferences as the Spurs are second in the West and only behind the defending champions, the Golden State Warriors. more >>