• UFC president Dana White says Floyd Mayweather fight could be Conor McGregor's last
    Mixed Martial Arts
    Business Insider6 hours ago

    UFC president Dana White says Floyd Mayweather fight could be Conor McGregor's last

    UFC president Dana White thinks a boxing rules showdown between Floyd Mayweather and UFC superstar Conor McGregor could be the Irishman's last ever fight. "Conor could make $75 million (£57.5 million) [but] how do you come back [to UFC] and fight [for] $10 million (£7.6 million)? He may never fight again," White said during an interview with Snoop Dogg for GGN News on Westfest TV. "You have to be hungry and you may not be hungry with $75 million in the bank, but he is hungry for Mayweather and hungry to prove people wrong." McGregor has only contested 10 mixed martial arts contests under the UFC promotional banner but, during that time, he has taken the combat sports world by storm. McGregor

  • NBA on TNT crew's playoffs talk gets weirdly personal between Shaq and Charles Barkley
    Basketball
    For The Win

    NBA on TNT crew's playoffs talk gets weirdly personal between Shaq and Charles Barkley

    After the Cavaliers beat the Celtics in Game 4 on Tuesday night, the NBA on TNT crew talked about the next game, per usual, except for some reason — maybe the producers asked for it, maybe Shaq was in a weird mood, maybe they were all just hungry — Shaq and Charles Barkley really got into it for a minute. It started with Shaq telling Charles what we’ve heard before: that Charles can’t talk about championship teams because he has never won one himself. From there, Chuck hit back, saying Shaq rode Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade and others’ coattails to get his rings, and food was almost thrown. At one point, Ernie Johnson asks, “Why did that get so personal?” These guys love to roast each other, so I

  • AP Exclusive: Mixed emotions for Dixon after armed robbery
    Sports
    The Associated Press

    AP Exclusive: Mixed emotions for Dixon after armed robbery

    The whole plan had been to celebrate Scott Dixon's pole-winning run for the Indianapolis 500 at a downtown Italian restaurant. ''Really only the next choice was to get fast food,'' Dixon told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Tuesday.