Shocking the mixed martial arts world by knocking out the seemingly invincible Anderson Silva never was going to be enough to establish Chris Weidman as the new undisputed king of the Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight division.
Las Vegan Asia Muhammad qualified for the main draw of the women’s singles Tuesday at the Party Rock Open at Darling Tennis Center.
We all know the Houston Astros are bad. But so bad that no one in the greater Houston area wants to watch?
Las Vegas-based promoters of the Muay Thai fight show at the downtown Fremont Street Experience last Friday are parlaying that nationally televised live event into expanded fight deals for 2014.
San Diego State had the football game won. A simple first down and it was over.
Reform is coming. Know that. But how much of it will relate to student-athletes being compensated for their talents is unknown, and yet the call for such action directly has reached the fields of play and those performing on them.
Penn State will gradually get back football scholarships taken away over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, the NCAA announced Tuesday, crediting the university for making significant improvements to its athletics programs.
I am not a fan of reality television. Except, maybe, for the evening news. With that said, there’s much to like in “Flat Out,” the new AOL docu-series that focuses on Dylan Kwasniewski, the 18-year-old NASCAR phenom from Las Vegas who recently moved to the Charlotte, N.C., suburbs to accelerate his career.