Monthly Archives: June 2017

Victor Oladipo wins Dunk of the Year 2017

Dunk of the Year 2017: Victor Oladipo on Dwight Howard Oklahoma City Thunder guard Victor Oladipo took the award for NBA Dunk of the Year, beating other nominees Los Angeles Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. and  Minnesota Timberwolves (since traded to Chicago Bulls) guard Zach LaVine. SportZenith’s favourite dunk was Nance Jr.’s massive poster over Brook Lopez, but we can’t complain about the ...

Read More »

Clay Guida’s Mortal Kombat Scorpion kick

On the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 112, UFC veteran Clay Guida made his return to the lightweight division and got the unanimous decision win over Erick Koch. Guida landed this unique Mortal Kombat inspired Scorpion kick, which got a cheer from the crowd who appreciated the move. The broadcast team didn’t seem to notice or didn’t pay any ...

Read More »

Stephen Curry is Ripped

NBA superstar Stephen Curry is thought of as a skinny guy who has exceptional ball handling skills and unlimited shooting range. He not really thought of as an athletic specimen like LeBron James, however the truth is that Curry is rocking a chiselled and muscular body. Curry celebrated his 2nd NBA Championship in Hawaii with his wife Ayesha and kids. Ayesha proudly put up ...

Read More »

Germaine de Randamie Stripped of Belt

UFC featherweight champion Germaine de Randamie found out by a UFC Tweet that she has been stripped of her UFC belt. UFC removed Germaine de Randamie as the women’s featherweight champion because she was unwilling to fight the No.1 ranked contender, Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino. Cyborg and Invicta FC featherweight champion Megan Anderson with face off at UFC 214, with the ...

Read More »

Matador Ivan Fandino Gored to Death

Via: news.com.au Award-winning Spanish Matador Ivan Fandino was gored to death by raging bull after tripping on his cloak in the bullring. The 36 year old bullfighter, who had been a professional for 12 years, died in the French town of Mont-de-Marsan while performing in the Aire-sur-l’Adour bullfighting festival. Fandino’s feet became tangled in the cape used to goad the ...

Read More »

Aaron Judge Hits Monster 495-Foot Homer at Yankees Stadium

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge blasted this monster home run into the left field bleachers at Yankee Statium on Sunday afternoon. The ball travelled 495 feet. The Yankees’ rookie Judge is having a sensational year and is currently the American League Leader in AL Batting Average, AL Home Runs and AL Runs Batted In. Yesterday: Hardest hit HR (121 mph) ...

Read More »

Indians who hate Curry

These two Cavaliers fans were spotted wearing interesting shirts that involved a play on words with “I may be Indian, but I hate Curry” printed on the front. It’s a funny joke, but I find it amusing the thought that anyone would dislike curry (the food), because it’s so tasty.

Read More »

War Machine aka Jon Koppenhaver Sentenced to Life in Prison

Former mixed martial arts fighter Jon Koppenhaver who legally changed his name to War Machine was convicted on 29 felony counts after assaulting his ex-girlfriend Christy Mack, for which he was sentenced to life in prison on June 5, 2017. Koppenhaver was convicted by a Las Vegas Jury for charges including both violence and sexual assault-related offences, after he attacked Mack and her ...

Read More »

Allison Stokke Inspires

A post shared by Allison Stokke (@allisonstokke) on May 19, 2017 at 10:37am PDT American track and field athlete and fitness model Allison Stokke put up a video on Instagram showing a recent mishap where her pole broke, which resulted in minor injuries. Stokkes message with the posted video was that everyone experiences highs and lows in life and to ...

Read More »

Andy Murray What the ****

Fiery scotsman Andy Murray isn’t shy about using expletives when he gets emotional during his tennis matches. In this clip you can see that emotion and passion. A recent study by Dr. Richard Stephens, a lecturer at Keele University, revealed that swearing may help boost performance. Perhaps Murray read about the study and thought it was a good idea to incorporate ...

Read More »