Former France rugby captain Marc Cecillon exposed the danger of alcoholism when he shockingly murdered his own wife in front of 60 people.
Jeanette Lee was the most popular professional women’s billiards player in history. Now, facing death with terminal cancer, a GoFundMe page created to raise money for her three daughters recently received a surprisingly large donation from a NASCAR Hall of Fame legend.
Bertil Fox went from being a highly-respected bodybuilder to a convicted murderer after he killed his former fiancee and her mother.
Craig Titus went from pro bodybuilder to convicted murderer after he and his wife killed their personal assistant and burned her body.
Shaquille O’Neal has invested in many companies during and after his NBA career. His next one is probably the most brutal of them all.
FC Barcelona is more than $1 billion in debt, an issue that the world’s eighth most valuable club can’t be attributed entirely to the pandemic.
A look back on the tragic Munich air disaster that killed 23 people, including eight Manchester United players and three staff members.
Hank Aaron and his number 44 will be honored by other Georgia sports teams for their upcoming 2021 seasons.
Tony Hawk is one of the most successful athletes and businessmen in the skating world, but he used to live off a $5-a-day allowance.
Dale Earnhardt climbed out of an ambulance after a crash at the 1997 Daytona 500 to finish the race. A year later, he won the sport’s biggest race.
UFC president Dana White revealed why he considers himself a public relations nightmare.
A series of questionable caution flags early in the 2007 NASCAR Cup Series prompted Tony Stewart to compare his sport to pro wrestling.
Mark ‘Gator’ Rogowski was a talented skateboarder in the 1980s, but a bad breakup turned tragic when he couldn’t control his temper.
After the Pro-Trump attack on Capitol Hill, athlete activism isn’t going anywhere because athletes will continue to use their platform to promote societal change.
The NBA is thinking big by using expansion to raise revenue down the road. Meanwhile, the NHL has launched two innovations to bring in immediate money.
Kyle Larson’s anticipated return to the NASCAR Cup Series received a setback when Hendrick Motorsports had to dismiss his team’s spotter.
The UFC consisted of nothing but a name and an octagon when Dana White convinced two childhood friends to buy it. They sold it 15 years later for $4 billion.
With few or no fans in the seats at the start of the NBA season, commissioner Adam Silver is talking about expansion.
Every weekend, Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth hit the broadcast booth to call Sunday Night Football… and the former man apparently eats a full meal while doing so.
Bradlee LaMontagne starred on the John Hopkins wrestling team and attained the rank of captain. LaMontagne, 21, tragically died in a recent boating accident.
2020 has been a year to remember. In sports, athletes make the memorable moments. According to Google, here are the top 10 most-searched athletes this year and No. 1 is a surprise.
Former Alabama linebacker Rowdy Harrell, a pit crew member on Alex Bowman’s team at Hendrick Motorsports, died in a crash that also killed his newlywed wife.
David Beckham is making substantially more per year from a video game bearing his name than he did in his time playing for Manchester United.
Major League Soccer has been hurt by empty stadiums during the pandemic and faces further financial issues once the pace of expansion slows.
German-Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic is no stranger to controversy. Tomic and his ‘professional standard’ had a Wimbledon to forget in 2019.
The Toronto Raptors need a place to play for the 2020-21 NBA season. There is now a new possibility that the Raptors are considering.
Legendary actor Sean Connery, who passed away Saturday at the age of 90, once turned down playing for Manchester United.
Former world boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. says he lost $750,000 in valuables to a burglary at his Los Angeles home.
Television broadcaster Joe Buck is about to show the world why he is the hardest-working man in all of sports.
The video of the Zamboni that caught fire while resurfacing the ice is the latest entry into the contest for the most bizarre sports story of 2020.
Craig Carton had it all when he worked with Boomer Esiason on WFAN in New York. Carton later went to prison for his role in a Ponzi scheme.
Former WNBA star Cappie Pondexter, who last played for the Indiana Fever in 2018, was found after she was reported missing. Here’s the latest.
Sports team owners are millionaires and in many cases billionaires. Many of them make large political contributions. Here’s a look at some of the biggest spenders.
A suspicious betting pattern has raised concern about the possibility of a match being fixed at the French Open tennis tournament.
Legendary broadcaster Al Michaels got his first job in professional sports with the Los Angeles Lakers, who fired him after just four games.
ABC and ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy admits he is eager to close up shop at the NBA bubble and return home. The big question is whether there is a return to coaching in his future.
UFC champion Valentina Shevchenko helped train Halle Berry for her role in ‘Bruised,’ a movie about a mixed martial arts fighter.
Neymar has doubled the value of his shoe contract by leaving Nike for a rival brand.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has won a protracted trademark dispute over his name.
Cari Champion and Jemele Hill have develped a strong friendship over the years and now the two former ESPN stars have their own show.
Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck learned of his Pro Football Hall of Fame honor on the 19th anniversary of one of the most famous moments in the career of his father, Jack Buck.
NBC Sports announcer Mike Tirico has succeeded Dan Patrick, Bob Costas, and Al Michaels in major roles during his career.
The NFL Week 1 prime time ratings are down and President Trump is blaming the drop on the league changing its position on kneeling during the national anthem.
The question ‘Who was the first professional athlete to make a million dollars in a single season?’ doesn’t have a simple answer.
Outdoor sports leagues often have to contend with the capricious ways of mother nature. From rain to snow, to intense heat and cold, athletes are often asked to perform in conditions that are far from ideal. In some cases, extreme weather may even cause an event to be delayed or canceled. Rarely, however, does it put athletes …
John Thompson, the legendary Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball coach and a major figure in the history of college basketball, died at age 78.
Damien Nash was an NFL running back who spent two season in the league with the Titans and Broncos. He tragically died in 2007 after a charity event.
The NASCAR Cup Series car promoting the Donald Trump 2020 re-election campaign races on Goodyear tires.
With Jon Jones out of the picture, Dominick Reyes is positioned to win the UFC light heavyweight championship.
An Oregon woman made her first hole-in-one with the help of her putter.
Sonya Deville has been open in discussing her sexual orientation since joining the WWE in 2015.