What does the WWE/Fox deal mean for UFC/MMA? The Luke Thomas Show staff discusses The Luke Thomas Show: Weekday's 3-6p on SiriusXM Rush 93
HBO Boxing Insiders Eric Raskin and Kieran Mulvaney welcome Hall of Fame HBO broadcaster Jim Lampley onto the podcast to discuss the latest news pertaining to Jaime Munguia's emergence, the top of the pound-for-pound list, Canelo Alvarez's VADA agreement and what it means for a Gennady Golovkin rematch, the Supreme Court's ruling on sports betting, and Eddie Hearn's ambitious new venture.
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Lars Sivertsen to discuss the last few days in football, starting with the England squad announcement. We discuss some of the key decisions taken by Gareth Southgate, as well as some interesting omissions from the Brazilian and German squads. Moving on to matters on the pitch, Jonathan tells us about the Europa League final, which he travelled straight to Guardian HQ from, on around two hours’ sleep and a half-warm cheese toastie. We cover the Football League play-offs and talk potential Premier League newcomers. In part three, we discuss the departures of Sam Allardyce and David Moyes from Everton and West Ham, respectively, and hear from Andy Hunter, fresh from his excoriating article on the former, finishing off with a bit of Buffon, a smidge of Arteta and an FA Cup final preview. Back on Monday!
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons calls up Cousin Sal to celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling on sports gambling in America. They talk about why this is so important, wonder what form sports gambling will take at places like 7-Eleven, and speculate on who the first person involved with a sports gambling scandal will be (2:50). Then, Bill sits down with actor Ethan Hawke to talk about the pre-internet era, sports movies, working with Robin Williams and Denzel Washington, quitting smoking, falling in love on set, and Ethan's new film, 'First Reformed,' written and directed by Paul Schrader. Then Ethan talks about how he lost his Knicks tickets, the progressiveness of the NBA, and accepting LeBron's greatness (23:05).
CoG Studios, CA -- How fun is it to do a show just hours after the final whistle blew? Tons of fun! And on today's show we're going to look at the LA Galaxy victory over the Montreal Impact and why the club needs to take their three points and run for the very chartered plane! Your hosts, Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter get you nearly instant reactions to the Galaxy victory over the Impact. They'll talk about the Ola Kamara and how much he's meant to the club and why it's important that they keep his productivity up. The guys will also take a hard look at Zlatan Ibrahimovic, his red card, and why this might be a concern for the club. But is anyone really worried after the club escapes with the win? And why was Sigi Schmid questioning the calling of the play? Should there have been a penalty kick awarded? Plus, do the Galaxy have a problem on their hands with the way Romain Alessandrini is acting? Has the Frenchman crossed a line when he was subbed off in the second half and refused to shake hands with the coaching staff? There are a ton of little lessons that were learned in today's win, and Josh and Kevin are trying their very best to bring you those insights, insights about the team and their travel, and insights about the front office and how they view Sigi Schmid. This game was a needed three points. But did the Galaxy grow as a club, or just get really lucky? Finally, the guys will make sure to take your calls and answer your questions in this fast-paced show that is covering all the talking points! Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
Joe and Andy open the show recapping their basketball games against the interns and debate if Andy/EJ can take Praino/Trevor. Next they recap the NBA playoffs and make predictions for each series. Then the comics talk Browns on HBO Hard Knocks and Terrance Williams' arrest. Next they give their opinion on Shohei Ohtani competing in the Home Run Derby. They finish the show with DirtBall calls. www.dirtysports.com https://www.patreon.com/dirtysports www.flagandanthem.com - Promo Code "Dirty" www.harrys.com/dirty Seat Geek - Promo Code "Dirty" Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/DirtySports Follow us on Twitter - twitter.com/thedirtysports Like us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/dirtysports Follow Andy Ruther on Twitter - twitter.com/AndyRuther Follow Joe Praino on Twitter - https://twitter.com/FixYourLife
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The season is over (well, weeks ago) and we start to wrap up the campaign. On Part 1 we talk: Best promotions, best players, improved performances, key games, Fancast memories and trolling on Twitter. Follow us on: Twitter: @WWFCFancast Facebook: Wolves Fancast Instagram: wolves_fancast Email: [email protected] Web: www.wolvesfancast.com
Jack Fritz prepares for all of the over the top angry people who react to Eagles players not being at a voluntary practice, questions his friendship with one of his good friends and opens up the CP mailbag to answer the most important questions.
The Ringer’s Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers’ beatdown of the Boston Celtics (02:00) and preview Game 4 of the Western Conference finals between the Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors (32:20). Then they talk about the winners and losers from the NBA draft combine (55:20).
Biddle and Tito discuss the upcoming Buckeye 2018 Football schedule.