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So why didn't Lennox Lewis and Riddick Bowe ever fight? And what exactly happened that one time they met in the ring?
On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, Patrick Connor and Brin-Jonathan Butler break down the matchup between Lewis and Bowe in the 1988 Olympics, their career and the reasons why they never fought. Yes, including the infamous "WBC belt in the trash can" incident.
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The Heenan Family was a stable of wrestlers managed by Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Heenan managed wrestlers under the Heenan Family name in the AWA, NWA, and the WWF. Heenan notoriously disliked the term, stating "A stable is a place where you keep a bunch of fly-infested horses," and instead referred to his collective wrestlers as his "family." The name moved with him, and changed members frequently. At one time, the members of the "Heenan Family" posed the greatest threat to Hulkamania during Hogans big push in the 80's.
The Alabama Crimson Tide started off with a stunning win over MTSU last Saturday. The surprise wasn't in the victory itself, but in how easy it appeared on both sides of the ball. The offense was crisp and efficient while the defense was completely smothering. That does inspire confidence heading into a big game against Texas, but the team still needs to get punched in the mouth to see how they respond. Overall, though, Drew, Fish and Thomas are confident that the team will respond and all three took Alabama to cover the spread against Texas this upcoming Saturday. Tune in for that and more on this episode of BAMSRadio!
Eric Balkman and Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship (KFFSC) boss Ferrell Elliott are joined by the 15th place team owners in the 2023 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) Main Event John Laskowski and Barney Newkirk. They'll help you out with Week 2 lineup submissions in the 2023 FantasyPros Championship as well as updates on the FFPC Best Ball Tournament, the FFPC Superflex Best Ball Tournament and FFPC Dynasty Leagues.
The guys will also give you a few players to cut in 2023 FFPC Terminator drafts and tell you the secret sauce in the Week 2 FFPC Weekly Challenge. As always, they answer your tweets, emails and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
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Tom and Joe are joined by Linda Ong and Sarah Unger, the founders of the cultural analysis firm Cultique, to explore the work they recently did with Cirque du Soleil, which was profiled in the New York Times. The two share how they define culture and what they try to do differently to help their clients build their brands. They share the importance of going beyond traditional demographic research to find commonalities between groups of people and the mistakes brands can make when they try to connect with their customers. The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. The CUSP Show is hosted by Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Matt Hornick ‘23 (@MNHornick), LJ Holmgren (@LJ_Holmgren), and Danny Hagenlocher (@DhColumbiaSPS), with Pablo Aycart ‘24 (@pablo_aycart) and Hernan Gonzalez Ramirez ‘24 (@hdgonzalezr28)?? managing social media efforts.
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This week on the Fantasy Football Mastermind Edge podcast, host Michael Nazarek and co-host Chris Rito offer several fantasy football sleepers and creepers at the QB, RB, WR, and TE positions for 2023. They will offer some key Drafting Strategies if they have time. They will also cover all important NFL news and preseason injuries that have struck in the past week.
Welcome to Season 10 of the Women of Golf Show!
Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern
Join Ted & Cindy along with special guest: Laeticia Beck, LPGA Epson Tour Player. Plus later they enter the No B.S. Zone to discuss "Trouble Shots You Need To Know"
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Laeticia is an Israeli professional golfer who began playing golf at age 8. She made her professional debut at the 2014 Women's British Open. Beck has won the Israeli Open Golf Championship five times, including for the first time when she was 12 years of age. She also won gold medals in golf in both the 2009 and 2013 Maccabiah Games and T31 at the 2016 Olympic games in RIO. She believes that every decision that she made about her golf was her own, but gives a lot of credit to high school golf coach for believing in her talent. Hobbies include playing any sport. If she didn’t choose the LPGA as a way to make a living as a professional trainer.
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