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Mike Tyson Returns For Rocky V-Style Post-Retirement Street Fight Against Jon ‘Bones’ Jones At Summerslam
This isn’t a WWE storyline. This is something that actually happened in real life. We wish there was video proof.
SportsGrid has teamed once again with Kountermove to provide a simple, yet challenging game for both WWE and fantasy fans alike. The concept is simple: pick a stable of five wrestlers competing in this Sunday’s Battleground event, with their combined “salaries” coming in at under $25,000.
Yes, fantasy wrestling exists, and SportsGrid is offering a chance for fans of fantasy and fans of WWE to have a stake in this Sunday’s Money in the Bank event with a FREE fantasy wrestling game.
IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE LASTEST EPISODE OF GAME OF THRONES AND/OR YOU ARE AT ALL SQUEAMISH, DO NOT CLICK HERE.
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There Is A Man, In A Garage, In Suburban America, With A Gift — He Makes All The Wrestling Championship Belts
Excuse us — he “crafts” the belts. Contrary to popular belief, they are not forged by orcs, deep inside a volcano at the top of Mt. Everest, and delivered to Monday Night Raw by F-16 fighter jets. See how they’re actually made, inside…
Jim Ross sits down with FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo to talk about his his involvement with the defunct XFL and its lasting impact on the NFL’s TV broadcast. Plus, JR’s describes why Brett Favre didn’t start as a rookie in Atlanta in 1992.
That’s what happened to Randy Orton recently. Most adorable part: 12-year-olds filming this are confused by the intruder in the ring. “Wait (flips through program), who’s this guy?”