With the cameras and microphones off, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor ran into each other in Brooklyn and the veteran boxer decided it was time to employ another of his effective mind tricks on an opponent. “I was like, ‘I am going to let him know straight up. … I am going to let everybody know where I stand,’” Mayweather said. “He was with all his guys and at the time I was with all my female friends. I say having one [woman] is too close to having none so I had about four of my girls with me and then my daughter was with me. “I let him know, even without my security or my team, I’m still tough. ... I ain’t no punk. I’m just letting [McGregor] know that. So I’m saying, ‘What’s up little
Consider this your first and only warning, a PSA for golfers who think smacking a ball on fire will make for an awesome viral video: Don’t do it. Here’s a video proving why: Some dude teed off by a campsite with a ball that was lit (literally) and ignited himself in the process. Luckily, he was surrounded by water, so the blaze was put out. Hope he’s okay.
In the NFL, employment is a tenuous situation. Most careers are woefully short and while the money is great, the notion of being replaced around every corner is real. This isn’t so different than in the real world but for a guy like Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell who is intentionally not doing his job, the reality of just how fine a line there is between employed and not is all too real. NFL Network reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala spoke with Ramon Foster and Maurkice Pouncey and they offered Bell a bit of unsolicited advice about his employment. Just a gentle reminder that rookie James Conner had himself a very strong preseason outing in his place on Sunday. It doesn’t matter how talented