Manny Pacquiao is more than a Filipino senator and world renowned professional boxer; he is a father of five who is getting personal about the prayers he says for his children.
"Lord, my wife and I pray that our son will grow up to love the Word of God and obey your commandments," Pacquiao captioned an Instagram photograph of his 2-year-old son Israel reading the Bible.
When Pacquiao's son was born in 2014, the boxer was vocal about glorifying God for his newest addition. more >>
Soccer has been a household term for as long as anyone can remember and since it has brought entertainment to every level, there's no wonder that it is a source of riches to the teams successful enough to be the major names of the said sport.
Total Sportek has released their list of the Richest Football Teams in the world for 2016 last January and we are counting down on the top 5.
5. Manchester City - $1.37 billion more >>
For several years now, Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid and Lionel Messi of Barcelona have been pitted against each other as they are regarded as the world's two greatest players of their generation. But some critics said that the rivalry between the two football superstars has come to an end after the 2016 European Championship, with Ronaldo edging ahead of Messi.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Triumph in Euro 2016 Final
According to Sports Illustrated, Ronaldo, who played with the Portugal national team on Sunday, got emotional after he succumbed to injury early on in the Euro 2016 final. But his frustrations were later replaced with tears of joy after Portugal managed to beat France. It is the first championship trophy for Portugal after several failed attempts. more >>
San Antonio Spurs shocked the NBA community on Monday after it announced the retirement of its longtime superstar player, Tim Duncan. The 40-year-old basketball star, who is regarded as the best power forward and the fourth-highest paid player in NBA history, ended his glorious career after 19 seasons with the franchise.
Tim Duncan's Brilliant NBA Career with San Antonio Spurs
Unlike Kobe Bryant who was very vocal about his retirement during the latest NBA season, Tim Duncan ended his career in an unassuming manner. The San Antonio Spurs legend opted to announce his retirement through a brief news release published in the team's website. more >>
Two years had passed since Formula One legend Michael Schumacher got involved in a fatal ski accident, and his family continues to keep his condition private.
Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm claimed that there is no change in the family's decision regarding the legend's recovery from brain injury.
"We just have to accept that the family wants to continue to protect their privacy," Kehm said. "Of course, Michael will not disappear but at the moment the private situation is so difficult that unfortunately no insight can be given. There must be understanding for this." more >>
Following the killing of five police officers in Dallas by a black man who said he "wanted to kill white people" and two officer-involved shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota last week, Benjamin Watson, one of the NFL's most outspoken athletes, explains what Black Lives Matter means to him.
"At times in my life I've felt that black lives didn't matter to some white people or even some black people. I've even believed the myth that my life somehow wasn't as important as my white classmates, teammates and friends," the Baltimore Ravens tight end wrote in a lengthy Facebook post on Sunday. "Whether we are totally naïve or if we intentionally promote such a message, by listening and watching closely we will easily see that in many ways black lives don't matter."
While many in the Black Lives Matter movement have called for peaceful demonstrations against police shootings of black men, the group is becoming more controversial and seen as divisive for barring non-black students from meetings on college campuses, and for its leaders in New York City and Oakland chanting: "what do we want: dead cops; when do we want 'em: now" and "pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon." more >>