Tonight on Spike TV at 9 ET Rances Barthelemy looks to lay the marvelous mollywhop on Mickey "Bitchass" Bey.
And FREE ONLINE at http://www.ringtvlive.com/ we have LA Fight Club presented by Golden Boy Promotions. Ronny Rios is fighting Efrain Esquivias in a fight with all the quality of a SyFy Chanel original movie.
Tomorrow's boxing will be MUCH IMPROVED.
Vargas vs Salido will be on HBO and is a potential fight of the year.
Watch Vargas's fight with Takashi Miura. It was banger of a fight.
My body is not ready.
>I was alive to see both Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier die
Fuck this gay Earth
If any athlete deserves his own sticky it would be Ali
Well done to Kosovo on winning their first official international football match.
They beat the Faroe Islands despite having ten men for most of the game.
Do you reckon Kosovan-Albanian types like Shaquiri and Januzaj will consider switching? FIFA is allowing special dispensation for players who want to represent Kosovo.
Soccer will be illegal in the Usa if Trump is elected because it is against american values.
I was actually thinking this the other day:
Hypothetically, if all sports besides soccer were banned in the US, how long before the US would become a legitimate force in soccer? This generation wouldn't, but how many do you think it would take? Would it make a difference? Would soccer become more popular in the US?
I know this is a stupid hypothetical, I was just wondering
>yuropees will never know this feel
just kill me already
Can somebody explain why some people play better on different surfaces? Is it just a coincidence that some people have better or worse records on different surfaces or do some players actually benefit from different surfaces?
In the past when player transfers were less frequent national teams were better than clubs because the individual quality of national team was higher. Nowadays the top clubs can buy an elite player for every position in addition to working together all year long whereas national teams only have a limited player pool and rarely train together. At which point in time did club teams become better than national teams?
After the Galaticos Real Madrid (circa 2000) or Juventus 1996.
This is about to change though, China is buying a lot of great players from South America, chinese soccer is literally invisible to the world's eyes. There's a great probability that european clubs will have to invest more in their under-20/23 categories because the available players in SA (where the GOAT come from) will be shit compared to those who went to China, to win 2 million per month.
Who can stop us?
Leave Price to me
I'm guessing /sp/ will think he's shit if he joins Arsenal?
What do you /sp/ think about this agreeable fellow?
"A total of 10 participants and 12 officials will form the first team of refugees to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio this summer.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the team on Friday, with five competitors coming from South Sudan, two apiece from Syria and the Democratic Republic of Congo and one from Ethiopia.
IOC president Thomas Bach called it a "historic day" when naming the team, which will participate in Rio de Janeiro under the Olympic flag."
How would you describe this? cringey political pandering?
why cant they just compete for their own country like a normal person