For the first time in two years, SummerSlam will go live in front of real fans when WWE takes over Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Two shortened offseasons later, the NBA will be able to get back on a normal schedule when the 2021-2022 regular season kicks off in October.
Just six days after the Fourth of July, UFC fans will get to see some additional fireworks throughout the duration of UFC 264.
As UFC events return to full-capacity arenas across the country, excitement is starting to build around what the promotion will do next.
The stakes couldn’t be higher as Israel Adesanya and Jan Blachowicz get set to square off in the main event of UFC 259.
Almost seven months after they were initially supposed to fight, UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman and former teammate Gilbert Burns will square off at UFC 258.
Dressing up as a “UFC matchmaker” a day after Halloween in 2020, we tried our best to fantasy-book the main events for the first half of the UFC’s pay-per-view schedule in 2021.
The NBA’s upcoming regular season will be a difficult puzzle to solve. Could the league use another bubble format in 2021 as a result?
If current trends continue, the City of Seattle could propel itself into the conversation as one of the nation’s best sports cities.
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Come one, come all! Welcome to the UFC hype-train. Keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times, and let’s hope this thing goes off without a hitch! … Continue Reading UFC 249: Beginner’s guide ahead of historic May 9 card
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