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) ...

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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.

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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LeBron James dunks on JaVale McGee

LeBron James got nasty with this dunk over JaVale McGee in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. It was a great effort by McGee in contesting the dunk and respect for attempting to block the shot.   More angles of the LeBron dunk. #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/mYvzvSSpxY — NBA (@NBA) June 2, 2017   Speaking of awesome finishes, the King shows absolutely ...

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Tiger Woods Mugshot for Arrest on DUI Suspicion

Tiger Woods was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), and his mugshot is all over the internet. It’s not a pretty sight. For a guy worth an estimated $740 million, not choosing to call an Uber for a $15 ride could end up being one of the most costly mistakes for Tiger.

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Grayson “The Professor” Boucher can dunk

Grayson Boucher aka “The Professor” is known for playing basketball on the AND1 Mixtape Tour and appearing in AND1 Mixtape videos. Boucher didn’t have the combination of size and skill to play in the NBA, however his fancy ball handling skills make him great to watch in street ball. “The Professor” standing at 5’10” in height and weighing 155 pounds is diminutive in basketball ...

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Sportswriter Terry Frei deletes racist Tweet

Sportswriter and book author Terry Frei publicly declared his thoughts about Japanese Formula One driver Takuma Sato winning Indy 500 when he wrote the following on his Twitter account: The tweet sparked a backlash of Twitter users accusing his comments being racist, insensitive and stupid. Frei shortly afterwards deleted the tweet.      

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Alexander Gustafsson gets engaged after finishing Glover Teixeira

In his hometown of Stockholm, Sweden, UFC light heavyweight division contender Alexander Gustafsson finished Glover Teixeira in the fifth round of the fight by KO. Gustafsson put on a crowd pleasing performance where he used his reach effectively to keep Teixeira at distance, and then connecting with damaging uppercuts when he exploded forward. The strong performance should put Gustafsson next in line for ...

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