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Cristiano Ronaldo and His Legacy In Madrid

  On June 9th, 2011 Real Madrid announced what would end up being one of the greatest signings in history. They acquired a 24-year-old Portuguese player named Cristiano Ronaldo for £80m from Manchester United.  In his 2 years playing with Manchester United at the Premier League level, Ronaldo was just eating up his competition alive.  The Red Devils won the League Title both years he … Continue reading Cristiano Ronaldo and His Legacy In Madrid

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare Set to Make Some Waves in E-Sports Later This Year

Earlier this month Activision and Infinity Ward had their multiplayer world premiere of the upcoming Call of Duty Modern Warfare and it did not disappoint. 35 of the biggest Streamers and E-sports athletes were invited to this private event. All of them were allowed to live stream the game on their Twitch channels. Among those invited were Shroud, former Counter Strike Global Offensive Champion. and … Continue reading Call of Duty Modern Warfare Set to Make Some Waves in E-Sports Later This Year

2019-2020 NFL AFC South Previews and Predictions

So far in this predictions series, the two division winners have been the Cleveland Browns of the AFC North, and the New England Patriots of the AFC East. Today, I will be giving my thoughts on what will happen this season in the AFC South division. Last season, the division was won by the Houston Texans who had a record of 11-5. Not far behind … Continue reading 2019-2020 NFL AFC South Previews and Predictions

2019-2020 NFL AFC East Preview and Predictions

In my last NFL prediction article, I predicted the Browns would go 11-5 and win their first division title in 30 years and be AFC North Champs. Today, I will be previewing and giving my predictions on a division that has been dominated by last year’s Super Bowl Champions New England Patriots for 10 straight seasons. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the … Continue reading 2019-2020 NFL AFC East Preview and Predictions

The Truest of True All-NBA Decade Teams

Recently, NBA.com released 3 5-man squads that they labeled the “all-decade teams”, and there has been much backlash over the players picked, and what team they were put on. Such as Chris Paul being on 2nd team, Kobe Bryant being on the third, and Dwyane Wade being on the third team. Being on these teams should be earned with your talent and with winning, not … Continue reading The Truest of True All-NBA Decade Teams

The 1994 MLB Players Strike: How the Season Would Have Played Out Without It.

August 11th, 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the first day of the 1994 MLB Players strike, infamous for canceling the remainder of the season and the 1994 World Series. Ever since there have been debates over how the 1994 MLB Season would have played out without the strike. At the time of the strike, the standings were as follows: AL East W L Home … Continue reading The 1994 MLB Players Strike: How the Season Would Have Played Out Without It.

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The Rivalry brewing in the City of Angels: Clippers vs. Lakers

It seems okay to proclaim that the dust from this year’s NBA Free Agency signings and trades has settled. Now with that being said, arguably the greatest rivalry developing in the league right now is between the two teams in Los Angeles. Lakeshow versus the Clipshow. LeBron James and Anthony Davis versus Kawhi and Paul George. Both teams with relatively new looks, passionate management groups, … Continue reading The Rivalry brewing in the City of Angels: Clippers vs. Lakers