ON THIS DAY ONE BIG THING WHAT'S NEW

Sunday Column: One Big Thing, On This Day, What’s New In Sports

February 23, 2020 One Big Thing: Tyson Fury became a world champion once again Saturday, and he did it by outslugging the knockout artist. In one of boxing’s most anticipated rematches in years, Fury defeated Deontay Wilder via seventh-round TKO at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, capturing the WBC world heavyweight title in the […]

ON THIS DAY WHAT'S NEW

On This Day & What’s New In Sports

Sports That Matters Powered By  INTERTOPS Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses November 12, 2019 On This Day: 1892 Pudge Heffelfinger receives $500 to become 1st pro football player in the Allegheny Athletic Association’s 4-0 win over the Pittsburgh Athletic Club 1904 9th Iron Bowl: Auburn beats Alabama 29-5 in Birmingham 1950 Gene Roberts sets NFL […]

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What’s New, NFL Tops All Leagues When It Comes To Revenue, Wimbledon Final Four

Sports That Matters July 10th, 2019 Welcome back! 1. What’s new around the world of sports. Photo: Getty Image US insurance company Allstate has been named as the presenting partner for the US women’s national soccer team’s (USWNT) Fifa Women’s World Cup victory tour. (READ) by Steven Impey The technology was originally developed to track […]

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What’s New In The World Of Sports Day One Of July

Sports That Matters July 1st, 2019 Welcome back have a happy July! 1. What’s New AP Photo/Gary Landers Christian Yelich singled with the bases loaded and hit his major league-leading 30th homer Monday night, helping the Milwaukee Brewers rally for their sixth straight victory at Great American Ball Park, 8-6 over the Cincinnati Reds. Pittsburgh’s […]

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Raptors Open Up 3-1 Lead Over Warriors in 2019 NBA Finals, Women’s World Cup Preview, MLB News

Brought to you by Site Ground June 8th, 2019 Welcome back have a great weekend! 1. What’s New There’s been a buzz about thoroughbred racing since the Kentucky Derby and it just might increase when the “What if?” Triple Crown comes to an end with the Belmont Stake. What if Maximum Security, the first colt […]