The WWE lately has been plagued by so many injuries to its stars, so it's about time for someone to step up and help the entertainment company get back to prominence. With that in mind, the next edition of Monday Night Raw should be more than enough to generate interest in the WWE, with stars like John Cena, Randy Orton, and Seth Rollins making their respective returns.
According to Forbes, the popular Rollins is expected to make a return to the ring by June for Raw, a program by the WWE that has been struggling as of late ever since he and Cena took some time off with injuries. But now, the program will again be able to compete with WrestleMania.
And because Rollins' return is already set in stone, the only question now is who are those guys anticipated to carry on with their feuds with former WWE World Heavyweight champion? Here's a list of the give most sensible rivals for his return: more >>
When Floyd Mayweather Jr. left boxing undefeated, no one really took his claim of retiring for good seriously. After all, he's done it before, only to come back to cash in for another heavily promoted boxing match. But this time, the talk of him "unretiring" has some interesting twist in it.
According to Mayweather, via an ES News interview, there only is one thing that could convince him to return to the ring -- a fight with UFC star and Irish mixed martial artist Conor McGregor. "If I do fight, it's only against Conon McGregor," he said. He believes the matchup is worth the try because it's "intriguing" enough.
Intriguing surely fits the prospect of him, a full-time boxer, mixing it up with an MMA fighter. Both are established superstars in their industries, with Mayweather not having tasted defeat ever. McGregor meanwhile is an ideal opponent to the one calling himself "The Best Ever" since he probably might be the only man in the planet who runs his mouth more than the welterweight boxing champ. more >>
Steph Curry has never been shy about his Christian faith as an NBA star, but that doesn't mean he will quote Bible verses in every interview either.
While gracing the cover of the new May/June 2016 issue of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes FCA Magazine, Curry explains that he won't always have a Bible verse to share publicly.
"I'm not a guy who's going to be trying to bash people over the head with the Bible," he said in the magazine. "I want people to know when they see me play that something is different, that I play for something different, and whether I'm talking about it [or not], I just hope by the way I carry myself and by the way I play the game, they can see there's something different about that guy. And they find out what it is and then they know. It's part of who I am." more >>
World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Vince McMahon is selling over two million of his shares of he company.
According to the document obtained from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the elder McMahon has sold 2,191,894 of his WWE stock on Monday for an estimated amount of $30 million. Given the sale, McMahon's ownership has been decreased to 48.8 percent.
In another report by Wrestling News, McMahon still owns 37,080,747 shares of the company's Class B stock, which represents around 86 percent of the WWE's total voting power, and 48.8 percent of the company's total outstanding shares of common stock. more >>
The team of Andretti Autosport drivers put on an impressive performance on Monday, during the Indianapolis 500 practice run.
Held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Marco Andretti led his team by completing the 2.5-mile oval with a fast lap of 228.978 mph. According to a report by the Daily Mail, the Andretti team swept the top four spots at the said run.
Finishing second place was Carlos Muñoz of Columbia at 228.945, and 2014 Indy winner Ryan Hunter-Reay finished at the third spot with 228.033. Rookie Alexander Rossi finished at fourth place at 226.865. more >>
Running five miles is already a torture to some people, especially those who are not that fond of physical activities. However, Brian Stark, the man who is now known as The States Runner, eyes to run across the vast expanse of this country's 50 states. The more shocking news is, he has already completed almost 70 percent of his goal as of this publication date.
In his GoFundMe page, Mr. Stark listed the states he had crossed on foot. These includes Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, just to name a few.
He still got 16 more states to conquer and according to the ultra marathon runner, he intends to finish what he started before he reached the age of 50. more >>