BY Nov 15, 2013 01:29 AM EST
Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago will face off in an international friendly on Friday.
The NBA released a festive video on Thursday that features the league’s best players rehearsing a rendition of
WBC lineal middleweight Canelo Alvarez is expected to go back in the ring this coming May 7 in Las Vegas though his opponent has yet to be determined.
The WWE is sitting on pins and needles these days as they try to find a way to make Wrestlemania 32 a big success.
Anderson Silva is all set to make his much awaited return in February, facing Michael Bispin in a UFC Fight Night card set for London.
MLB to initiate mandatory interpreter for Latino players
As expected, Roberto Carlos is close to possibly joining the coaching staff of Real Madrid.
Roman Reigns and Triple H are expected to be among the left WWE stars for Wrestlemania 32 and it looks like earlier rumors pitting the two will likely materialize.
Canelo ‘Saul’ Alvarez has yet to officially name his opponent for May 7, the interim fight allowed by the WBC but the search could be over soon.
Interim WBA heavyweight champion Luis Ortiz is back in training and could be taking the ring again in June if word of a possible fight with 7th ranked Alexander Ustinov in June comes to fruition.
Los Angeles has their Rams back after 21-year absence
Cristiano Ronaldo may have not been awarded the 2015 Ballon d’Or best player but there is no question that the Portuguese player has established his mark as one of the legendary soccer players the world has seen.
After figuring prominently as one of the finalists for the 2015 Ballon d’Or best male player of the year award, Neymar finds himself in the middle of another battle involving a fraud case tied up with his transfer from Santos to Blaugrana back in 2013.
Former two-division champion Antonio Margarito will officially be coming back in March, his first fight after nearly four years.
Contrary to the claims of retired American boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr. that racism exists in the sport, Golden Boy Promotions top brass Oscar De La Hoya begs to differ.
The question going on in most UFC fans minds has been finally answered – there will be no Ronda Rousey match for UFC 200.
Nick Diaz and the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) were able to come up with a settlement and now the UFC welterweight fighter can spring back to action as early as August.