Eli Manning responds to Odell Beckham claiming that Eli Manning, held him back.
When asked about Odell’s negative comments about him Eli just simply said,
“I think I’ve won a few games.”
Odell is signed to the Browns but still feels the need to talk about his time with the Giants. I think he is making a big mistake by staying focused on the Giants and not concentrating on becoming a better player. His diva-like persona is gonna cause him to waste his talents and his career.
Skip Bayless, called Odell the NFL’s new Terrell Owens and it we all know how T.O hindered his career by being a menace to his teammates. Sadly, Odell is traveling on the same path as Owens and not on the path of man he said he wanted to be better than, Jerry Rice.
This may be one of those no brainers for most baseball fans but a great debate for others. Does Barry Bonds belong in the Baseball Hall Of Fame? Perhaps the question is do his records mean anything to you? If you believe his records should count regardless of the steroids accusations then yes, he most definitely belongs in the greatest Hall Of Fame in all of sports. But if you think he cheated and he deserves to be wiped off of the record books then you will say no way in hell.
Recently Fan Duel sent a tweet with a poll asking fans if Barry Bonds belongs in the Hall Of Fame. The poll suggests that you should retweet if your answer is yes and like the tweet if the answer is no. With about 753 votes in so far, it is too early to know what the final result will be. Judging by the early numbers, it seems as if the majority of baseball fans that voted in this poll are in favor of seeing Barry Bonds inducted into the Baseball Hall Of Fame.
When I last checked the numbers, it was 479 people that voted yes and 274 voted no. I may do an update on this later on in the week.
Meek Mill doing big things again. Meek posted on Instagram his joint venture with Jay-Zâs âROC NATIONâ. It seems as if Dream Chasers will be officially on ROC NATION going forward. Jay-Z referred to Meek Mill having trouble with the court system and he was able to rebound from that bad situation.
Jay-Z stated that Meek Mill has turned something that was a negative thing into a positive. Everything that has done has shown that he can carry that weight for the next generation.
The trash talk between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao has heated up and has caused sports analysts to think that there is a possible rematch on the way. After Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman in convincing fashion, it seems as if Pacquiao could be back to his dominant self again. Mayweather at 42, is retired and has no reason to come back into the ring to fight again. There are, however, questions about Mayweather's spending habits. Some sports insiders are suggesting that maybe Mayweather might actually need the big payday that certainly comes from a super fight such as rematch between him and Pacquiao.
Everyone that has ever watched "POWER" knows the catchy theme song "BIG RICH TOWN" and will often sing along if comes on where ever they are. Recently, 50 Cent dropped a remix to the hit song with Trey Songz which has received mixed reactions. I'm not gonna lie I think the remix is cool and all but I hope he does not actually replace the original theme song with Joe with the new version. Not that the new song is wack, it's just some things don't need to be replaced.
I have complained for the longest time that the NBA sucks due to the super teams that have taken out the excitement of the playoffs. The Warriors run was so dominant that I did not care to watch the playoffs. KD on a team that already won a championship and 73 games without him was just too much.
Now with KD in Brooklyn, Lebron with Lakers, Khawi & George with the Clippers and Harden with Westbrook in Houston the NBA feels balanced again. We don't know who will win the championship before the season even starts like we did the past few years. This is a formula for success. Competitiveness makes me as a fan, more interested in the league.
I hope to not see any more teams formed like what the Warriors had with KD.
The NFL's ratings have been down as of late and it is mainly because the Patriots win too much. Even though a lot of people don't want to admit it but the Patriots have almost made the NFL unwatchable.
It's like watching the same movie over and over again when you already know how the movie ends. Brady comes back and wins the game with 2 minutes left on the clock. The NBA has a situation that makes it possible to be more entertaining than the NFL is.
Some time ago, Snoop Dogg appeared on Adrian Foster’s podcast and he told a story about 2Pac and Nas having a face to face talk. Snoop Dogg said 2pac told Nas he had a song dissing him and he told Nas he better not say nothing about it.
Snoop would go on to say that Nas had 2pac surrounded by goons but Pac didn’t know it. Basically, Snoop was implying that Nas had the drop on Pac and could have taking Pac out with the snap of his fingers.
Recently Reggie Wright Jr, a former police officer and head of Death Row security did an interview with Vlad Tv. In the interview, Reggie Wright Jr refutes Snoop Dogg’s claims and states that Snoop may not have even been there to know what actually happened. Reggie also said that Death Row had at least 20 people with them and a lot of them had guns, including Reggie himself. If something would have actually went down or if there was an altercation Death Row would have been well prepared. Reggie Wright Jr’s story is more in line with what Suge knight said which was 2Pac and Nas talked out there issues and squashed there beef that night. As a matter of fact both Suge and Reggie both say 2Pac wanted to remove his diss record towards Nas but 2Pac died shortly afterward so he was unable to do it.
Truthfully, looking at the video of 2Pac with Suge, you don’t see Snoop Dogg anywhere around.
Andy Ruiz says the rematch against Anthony Joshua will be in NY, Las Vegas or at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. In other words, Ruiz is not going to fight him in the UK. Some boxing fans have said that since Joshua fought him in New York the first time, Ruiz should fight him in the UK for the rematch but Ruiz has made his own demands for the rematch and rightfully so.
The XFL has been rebooted by Vince Mcmahon and people have mixed feelings about the reboot without a single game being played. The thing that most critics are pointed out is the fact that original XFL failed after it’s one and only season. It doesn’t help that the AAF also failed and did not make it through its inaugural season. So what’s different about the XFL this time around? For starters, the new XFL has better T.V deals on major networks such as ESPN, ABC, FOX, and FS1. The first go around had NBC but a lot of the games were played on channels like TNN and UPN. ESPN did not take the old XFL seriously and often mocked the lack of big names in the league. I can’t imagine that ESPN will be poking fun at the product now since the XFL will be covered by ESPN. There is a saying that perception is a reality. If ESPN is making the XFL sound important than people are likely to see it as such.
Vince Mcmahon has more money this time around and is dedicating more time to the XFL. Rumors are swirling around pro-wrestling sites that Vince Mcmahon will be stepping playing a lesser role in WWE to focus more on the XFL. The AAF experiment may actually benefit the XFL because even though it failed, it also was able to draw nice fan base, proving that spring league football is something that can be quite popular in the U.S. The AAF had decent ratings and did not fail because lack of fan support but it was bad business decisions. The XFL does not seem to be making the same mistakes that the AAF has made.
The original XFL was more like a gimmick than it was a pro-football league, that will not be the case this time around. Also, the original XFL did not have social media platforms to advertise the games. One thing we saw with the AAF was the use of social media was very important and it often trended at the top of twitters rankings. I believe the XFL will capitalize on the opportunity to draw in passionate football fans and the people are just sick of the NFL.