Signs trumpeting coronavirus-safety protocol line the MGM Grand’s 12th-floor hallways: “You may not leave the bubble!” is one.
Carrot Top says of the L.A. Dodgers pitcher and his own lookalike Dustin May, “He looks so angry and mad, doesn’t he?”
Dennis Rodman dove into The Beach Nightclub during its apex that June evening, a trip famous because it took place on an off night during the 1997 NBA Finals.
Former wideout Brandon Marshall remembers, “I’m literally in the Wynn hotel, and I call Jay. I’m like, ‘Jay, I’m in some trouble. I need $60,000.’ ”
Four-time Super Bowl champ Terry Bradshaw says, “We will all get on the other side of this soon, but in the meantime, I hope this song brings a smile to your faces.”
The Gypsy King wore the same suit he sported at the post-fight news conference, splashed with images of himself with his fists raised. “My Gypsy King suit!” he calls it.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce , checked into Aria on Friday and flooded the resorts’s mega-club.
Jewel Nightclub greeted the team with a 49ers logo across its LED screens, a big 49ers flag and cocktail waittresses in Niners uniforms.
Kobe Bryant said of the NBA in Vegas: “If it is a great opportunity, it depends on venue. I think the big issue would be the venue.”
It took famed combatant Conor McGregor less than a minute to kick Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone’s butt in UFC 246. He later spent three hours kicking it up in at his post-fight party at Encore Beach Club at Nightclub.