Online betting fans know that UFC fights often tend to be a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it affair – like when Conor McGregor knocked the living daylights out of Jose Aldo in 13 seconds – but the company seems to be taking a page out of WWE’s book and getting the F out – the F stands for fighting, of course. Could the day when UFC becomes UEC (Ultimate Entertainment Championship) be too far off? Probably, but just handing out title belts without actually there being a fight first is definitely a miscarriage of justice the like of which has not been seen since the Finger Poke of Doom. Like, it would have been a different story if McGregor has lost his smile, but we figure he could not wipe that grin off his face even if he wanted to.
Dak Prescott’s performance this past weekend against the Chicago Bears has won him the hearts of Cowboys’ nation. After Prescott completed 19/24 passes for 248 yards, 1 touchdown, and a 123.6 passer rating, it’s hard not to jump on the rookie’s bandwagon. In fact, Prescott has been so impressive that online football betting fans that favor the Cowboys’ might not want Romo to return once he’s fully healed.
The San Diego Chargers have one less thing worry about heading toward their regular season opener versus the Kansas City Chiefs on September 11th at Arrowhead Stadium. The odds for fans who bet on NFL are as follows: Chargers +7 (-115) 44½ (-110) Chiefs -7 (-105) 44½ (-110)
Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs series between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Detroit Pistons, was one of the most fun basket ball games we’ve had so far. The Cavs were close to join the Toronto Raptors as top seeded teams that were upset in the series opener. However, the Cavaliers were able to hang in there and prevent disaster from occurring and avoid disaster. Then on Game 2, Cleveland looked much loser and comfortable out in the court, and were able to establish their style of basketball, with a great performance from King James himself.
As the 2015-16 NHL Regular season winds down and we think of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Canucks of Vancouver are playing at the Sharks of San Jose, both teams know their status regarding the playoffs as the Sharks are in and the Canucks are out.
But don’t let that persuade you as this Thursday night game with these 2 Pacific Division teams and strong rivals will not matter, as the Sharks seek to win all their remaining games for a better spot in the playoffs, while the Canucks now just want to be spoilers to the Sharks who have been their problematic team for the ultimate 2 seasons.
With the 2015-16 NCAA Basketball Regular season all but over the teams for the USA Conference are booked and all is set for the games to start. In the 1st spot are the UAB Blazers seeking their 2nd consecutive Title and a spot in the ‘Big Dance’ while the other participants are Old Dominion, Louisiana Tech and Middle Tennessee seeking victories?Continue Reading
Since the 2nd half of the 2015-16 NBA Regular Season is well underway this Monday night the 29th and last day of February 2016 we have an interesting match-up between 2 Eastern Conference rivals in the 31-27 Indiana Pacers (6th in East) playing at the 41-16 Cleveland Cavaliers (1st in East) with the game being played at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio with tip-off scheduled for 7:10 PM ET and seen on NBA TV.Continue Reading
With the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season is underway this Sunday the 28th of February we have the NASCAR 2016 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 coming our way from the Atlanta Motor Speed way (known as “Hotlanta”) which is a 325 lap race on an oval track that is 1.55 miles and this is the Sprint Cups 2nd season race.Continue Reading
As the UEFA 2015-16 Champions League continues and now moves on to the 1st Leg of Round 16 on Wednesday the 17th of February the 2nd game of the day has the A.S. Roma of Italy playing the Real Madrid of Spain (3rd in La Liga) with the game being played at Stadio Olimpico in Roma, Italy with the kick-off scheduled for 2:45 PM ET.Continue Reading
With the 2015-16 NCAA Basketball season heading towards March Madness tonight we have an interesting match-up between 2 Pac 12 rivals with the 20-4 No. 11 Oregon Ducks (9-2 Conference) playing at the 15-8 California Golden Bears (5-5 Conference) tonight the 11th of Feb. 2016, with the game being played at the Haas Pavilion in Berkeley, California with the tip-off scheduled for 9 PM ET and seen on ESPN2 TV.Continue Reading