Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor stands to be one of the most anticipated fights ever. Usually, Mayweather doesn’t take a beating in the ring, and he’s never been knocked out. Mayweather tends to be boastful and possibly for a good reason.
Yes, the Washington Capitals boast a workhorse star in Braden Holtby, but as they hope to remain elite through a challenging summer, having a strong backup like Philipp Grubauer could be crucial. The good news is that former Capitals GM George McPhee reportedly is not picking Grubauer, instead opting to select intriguing defenseman Nate Schmidt. Multiple outlets report that Schmidt is bound for the Vegas Golden Knights, from TSN’s Pierre LeBrun to the Washington Post’s Isabelle Khurshudyan.
The Warriors have not committed to a visit with President Trump, but they now have another way to visit with members of the federal government.