Las Vegas native leads 108 laps en route to seventh straight Truck Series win in dominant hometown drive.
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury’s fight Saturday night is the most marquee heavyweight boxing match in Las Vegas in at least two decades.
NASCAR drivers still were on edge after Ryan Newman’s violent Daytona 500 crash as Pennzoil 400 practice began at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Former four-weight world champion Adrien Broner was arrested outside MGM Grand Garden on Friday.
There is little debate regarding the importance of Deontay Wilder as an American engaging the British star Tyson Fury on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The fighters concluded the promotion by weighing in ahead of their heavyweight title fight Saturday at MGM Grand Garden.
UNLV visits San Diego State on Saturday, and the Rebels said the pressure was on the Aztecs, who are trying to complete an historic season.
The Golden Knights recalled forward Gage Quinney and defenseman Zach Whitecloud from the American Hockey League on Friday.
The lightweight contender has his eyes on some pretty big fish in the deep pool of contenders in the division should he get through Paul Felder on Saturday night in his hometown.
Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KOs) is a -130 favorite over Fury (+110; 29-0-1, 20 KOs), who opened as a -130 favorite at the Westgate in Saturday’s fight at the MGM Grand Garden.