Arturo Gatti was a world champion boxer in two weight classes, but he couldn’t fight off his wife on vacation a died a mysterious death.
Jason Peters is returning to the Philadelphia Eagles to play right guard, but it actually isn’t the first time he’s had to switch positions.
Post Malone has a diverse tattoo collection, and one of them actually came from losing a bet to Patrick Mahomes on the beer pong table.
Cole Custer was a 250/1 long shot to win NASCAR’s Quaker State 400 on Sunday, and his unlikely win made one lucky bettor a fortune.
Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes violated NBA bubble rules to order delivery, and it cost him much more than the price of his dinner.
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys have until Wednesday to decide on a long-term contract, but the QB would be foolish to sign right now.
The Lakers are one of the favorites to win it all in 2020, but a devastating injury just put a damper on their title hopes.
We all know Zion Williamson can dunk on whoever he pleases, but he’s been working hard on improving another skill ahead of the NBA restart.
Kawhi Leonard believes he could’ve played in the NFL if he pursued football at an early age, but one simple thing held him back.
Justin Thomas is only 27 years old, but he’s already made enough money on the PGA Tour to last him a lifetime.
Jadeveon Clowney has already turned down offers from multiple teams, but he might find a home soon with a winning franchise.
Petr Yan is a sizable favorite against Jose Aldo at UFC 251, but Aldo might be undervalued with his edge in experience.
Petr Yan constantly got in trouble as a child for starting fights on the street and in school, but it’s helped him succeed in the UFC.
Kamaru Usman’s path to glory was an unlikely one, but he battled adversity in Nigeria and escaped alive to become a UFC champion.
Kamaru Usman is a heavy favorite against Jorge Masvidal ahead of UFC 251. Is he worth laying the big price this Saturday?
Max Holloway finally gets his rematch with Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 251, and he could make his backers very happy with an upset win.
Pat McAfee never would’ve made it to the NFL if he didn’t turn a $100 loan into $1,400 during an underground poker game in high school.
Before he became Lex Luger, he was just Larry Pfohl, an offensive lineman with dreams of playing for the Green Bay Packers.
The 2020 college football season is in grave danger of being canceled, and the Ivy League may have just tipped the first domino.
Mike Golic is out at ESPN, but he still made a fortune in his prestigious career. Is he worth more than his ex-partner Mike Greenberg?
UFC commentator Sean Wheelock is used to calling live action inside the octagon, but now he’ll be doing it in the bedroom.
Tony Ayala Jr. had unlimited talent in the boxing ring, but his tumultuous personal life destroyed his promising career.
Adam Schefter might’ve been the first reporter to announce Patrick Mahomes’ contract, but he was actually beaten by a liquor store employee.
The Kansas City Chiefs locked up Patrick Mahomes for 10 more years, but they will soon regret breaking the bank for their franchise QB.
In 1972, a terrorist group stormed the Olympic village in Munich, Germany and eventually killed 11 innocent athletes in the Munich Massacre.
Former Penn State player Rasir Bolton just explained why he left the team in 2019, and it doesn’t look good for Patrick Chambers.
Marshall Faulk was the electric running back for the “Greatest Show on Turf,” but he also had a busy personal life that led to a slew of kids.
Boris Becker made enough money in tennis to last him a lifetime, but poor financial decisions in retirement left him bankrupt.
Bryson DeChambeau used golf’s three month hiatus to beef up, and it’s led to some of the longest drives in PGA Tour history.
Jackie Robinson changed the MLB forever by breaking the color barrier, but his tragic death in 1972 shocked the baseball world.
Wayne Gretzky is so far above every player in NHL history that he would still be the all-time points leader if he never even scored one goal.
Karl Malone has fathered an impressive seven children over his lifetime, but he neglected his middle son for years because of a dark secret.
Larry Fitzgerald is an ageless wonder in the NFL. At 36 years old, the Cardinals legend still might have the best hands in the league.
Bobby Phills died when he was just 30 years old. The Charlotte Hornets honored him by retiring his No. 13 jersey not once, but twice.
Luther Elliss made $20 million during his successful NFL career, but he went broke just six years into retirement.
You know Jerry Jones, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Cowboys, but do you know Jerry Jones, the Arkansas football star?
July 1 is Bobby Bonilla Day. The former Met will bank over $1 million today, which is more than Patrick Mahomes is due in 2020 base salary.
Kurt Warner won two NFL MVPs and s Super Bowl during his career, but he’s staying busy in retirement raising a slew of kids.
Manute Bol was one of the most unique talents to ever grace the floor in the NBA, and his tragic death in 2010 saddened the basketball world.
Jimmer Fredette took the basketball by storm with his effortless range at BYU, but he didn’t live up to the hype in the NBA.
Gale Sayers is one of the greatest NFL players of all time, but he’s been battling dementia since his diagnosis in 2017.
Emoni Bates is the No. 1 prospect in the 2022 high school class and the best basketball prospect since LeBron James.
Jerry Jones might be the most famous owner in sports today, but how many children and grandchildren does he have and what do they do?
Ray Nitschke won five NFL titles and was inducted into the Hall of Fame, but his death in 1998 rocked the Packers organization to its core.
Every football fan knows the story of Aaron Hernandez and his crimes, but there was a Patriots player before him who also committed murder.
Greg Oden could’ve been an NBA great, but he flamed out of the league and became a mediocre player in the Chinese Basketball Association.
Dustin Johnson is a 20-time PGA Tour winner, but his path to the top was riddled with drug use and major championship heartbreak.
Wilt Chamberlain holds a variety of NBA records on the court, but none of them come close to his record with the ladies off the court.
Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith might be the greatest Cowboys of all time, but they aren’t the highest-paid players in franchise history.
Lorenzo Charles made one of the most famous game-winning shots in basketball history, but a tragic accident in 2011 ended his life too early.