Heavyweight fighter Cassius Chaney laughed at the idea of affording a ticket to Pacquiao-Mayweather in an interview with Breitbart Sports.
Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico, call UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones a suspect in a hit-and-run accident that sent a pregnant woman to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Teddy Atlas tells Breitbart Sports not to expect Ali-Frazier III when two similarly long-of-tooth fighters enter the ring on May 2.
Tom Brady didn't exactly pull a Tim Thomas, the Boston Bruins goalie who justified staying home on a team White House visit by saying "the Federal government has grown out of control, threatening the Rights, Liberties, and Property of the People." That doesn't mean the president's friends, and his foes, don't interpret the Patriots quarterback's absence from the White House on Thursday as a snub fueled by racism, ideology, or some other loathsome tic.
The man who once put a gun to Mike Tyson’s ear and pulled the trigger portrayed a more PG, "Field of Dreams" scene to Breitbart Sports of how boxing might rescue itself.
Tickets for the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather superfight finally go on sale to the public today at 3 p.m. Pacific--all 500 of them.
An undefeated boxer tells Breitbart Sports that he wants to pay for the roof over his head rather than a $90 subscription to the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao broadcast.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed Barry Bonds's obstruction of justice conviction on Wednesday.
The UFC has hired a heavyweight to fight its battles.
The New England Patriots kickoff the NFL season by hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium on September 10.
ESPN fight analyst Teddy Atlas tells Breitbart Sports that Manny Pacquaio has lost size and power, “you figure out why.”
Charged Marathon Bombings Fraud’s ‘Post-Concussion Syndrome’ Eval Came from ‘America’s Concussion Doctor’
On the 119th running of the Boston Marathon, a self-described victim of the 2013 bombings awaits trial for defrauding charities. The doctor providing the alleged charlatan with a post-concussion-syndrome evaluation served as a consultant to the retired players’ lawsuit against the NFL and a talking head in Frontline’s “League of Denial” documentary.
Undefeated junior middleweight Tony Harrison sees boxing’s return to network television as reinvigorating a sport that has priced out its core audience for decades.
The Philadelphia Eagles have signed Tim Tebow to a one-year deal.
A D2 basketball star debuting as a heavyweight boxer tells Breitbart Sports that American athletes now go into basketball and football over boxing partly as a result of fistfights morphing from passage rite to taboo.
Undefeated boxer Regis Prograis owns the coolest nickname in sports. “Rougarou” also owns a mean body punch.
UNCASVILLE, CT—Breitbart Sports covers the action at Mohegan Sun Arena live from ringside at ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. Pablo Munguia set out to prove looks can be deceiving in the main event of ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. Detroit’s long and
Giancarlo Stanton set the Miami Marlins all-time home run record last night. He's 25.
Conor McGregor says he'd kill Floyd Mayweather if they tangled in a dark alley. Breitbart Sports caught up to McGregor in a dark alley and lived to tell the tale.
Aaron Hernandez heard the words, “You are committed to the MCI-Cedar Junction for the term of your natural life without the possibility of parole.” The 25-year-old Hernandez fixated on “life without the possibility of parole.” The 50-year-old Hernandez will come to rue the “committed to the MCI-Cedar Junction” part.
A jury in Fall River, Massachusetts found former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder.
The Cleveland Browns unveiled new duds on Tuesday that look like they came from a junior varsity consignment shop. Unfortunately for the Browns, they face opponents from the AFC North, and not the Lake Erie League, this coming season.
The cops called Jameis Winston a thief. A girl called him a rapist. Nobody should call him a dummy.
Riddick Bowe made millions in his unforgettable trilogy with Evander Holyfield. The former two-time heavyweight champion now sells his tweets for $20.
Joe Theismann dubbed him the best player in the 1996 NFL Draft. Dick Vermiel judged him the most talented running back he had ever coached. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation calls him a murder suspect.