The Think Progress headline reads: “FIFA Will Pay U.S. Women’s Championship Four Times Less Than Men’s Team That Lost in the First Round.” The article that appears below it nowhere explains that the inequality in ratings, ad revenue, and attendance between the men’s and women’s World Cup accounts for the inequality in prize money.
“Death at the Ballpark: More Than 2,000 Game-Related Fatalities of Players, Other Personnel, and Spectators in Amateur and Professional Baseball, 1862–2014″ will change the way you watch baseball.
The Terminator loves King Conor. And King Conor loves him right back.
“Four minutes into the first round he will be unconscious,” Conor McGregor promises of his UFC 189 opponent. Chad Mendes vows to end McGregor’s night a minute earlier.
An injury has knocked out the most hyped fight in UFC history. But the replacement bout appears as a consolation prize not lacking in its own excitement.
“We’re going to start trying to control the uncontrollable,” UFC President Dana White told Breitbart Sports this spring regarding injuries derailing cards. The remarks ironically came backstage at a presser promoting UFC 189, whose main event appears in jeopardy after a rib injury to featherweight champion Jose Aldo.
UFC middleweight Yoel Romero lived up to his “Soldier of God” moniker at UFC Fight Night 70.
Last weekend, Zack Hample caught A-Rod’s 3,000th hit, a home run to the short right-field porch in Yankee Stadium. The media attention Hample received nearly overshadowed the designated hitter’s feat. A-Rod owns merely 3,000 or so hits. Zack Hample boasts snagging more than 8,000 major-league balls. Breitbart Sports caught up with the Willie Mays of ballhawks to find out why he won’t give back the A-Rod ball, how to increase our chances of snagging souvenirs, and which parks favor the ball-hunting fans.
Conor McGregor-Jose Aldo, perhaps the most aggressively marketed fight in UFC history, almost ended with a whimper before either featherweight could end it with a bang.
The zebra in the room, actually stampeding through Roger Goodell’s office, today is the inconvenient truth that the NFL chose to disbelieve its own referee in the Wells Report. Worse still, the NFL repeatedly chose to disbelieve its own referee on the most crucial matter pertaining to Deflategate after repeatedly accepting his memory without question elsewhere in the report.
UCLA campus police arrested Sean, “Puff Daddy” Combs on an assault with a deadly weapon charge on Monday afternoon.
“My father served as an example,” Royce Gracie tells Breitbart Sports. “He wouldn’t tell people what to do. He would get up and do it himself.”
Alex Rodriguez collected his 3,000th hit on Friday night at Yankee Stadium, and he did so in style.
Chris Singleton, a sophomore baseball player at Charleston Southern, mourned his mom Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, who died in the mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Thursday, in a eulogy showing amazing composure and filial love.
Ken Shamrock and Kimbo Slice, boasting a combined 92 years, fight this Friday night in a battle for of the ages on Bellator MMA’s Friday night Spike TV broadcast.
Salem State University paid New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady $170,000 for his speech at the school last month. All the money stuffed in the Super Bowl MVP’s pocket could not get the quarterback to open his mouth much on the subject on everybody’s mind.
Four years after the Boston Red Sox blew a playoff berth during a stretch in which pitchers ate fried chicken and drank beer during games, Pablo Sandoval has been caught “liking” pictures of a woman on Instagram. The offense came during the seventh inning of last night’s game against the Atlanta Braves as Sandoval awaited a turn in the batting order that never came that frame.
Harrison Barnes spent his first 23 years and 17 days on planet earth without imbibing a sip of alcohol. The forward’s drought ended alongside Golden State’s on Tuesday night.
Brandon Spikes sells his 2011 New England Patriots AFC Championship Ring on eBay.
The Chicago Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in six years. And for the third time in the last six years, young citizens of Hinsdale, Illinois, converged upon coach Joel Quenneville’s home to celebrate.
Thirty-one-years ago, Islamic terrorists murdered the president of the American University of Beirut. Tonight, his son coaches a Golden State Warriors team on the verge of an NBA championship.
The Montreal Alouettes needed to pare down their roster to meet league limits on Monday and Michael Sam does not appear on it.
A study by three researchers at the American Enterprise Institute judges it “unlikely” that the New England Patriots tampered with the footballs prior to the AFC Championship Game.
Less than a month after signing with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, defensive end Michael Sam has taken leave of the team for undisclosed personal reasons.
What does it profit a man who gaineth a world championship but loseth his soul?