Heavyweight boxer Tyson “The Gyspy King” Fury (28-0-1) will put his lineal heavyweight championship on the line when he faces undefeated Swedish boxer Otto Wallin (20-0, 1 NC) on Sep. 14 at the T-Mobile Arena.
Heidi Fang is an award-winning sports videographer for the Review-Journal, covering MMA and the Raiders primarily. A graduate of Santa Clara University, she has worked primarily in sports for 20 years. While in New York City, she worked on CBS-TV’s college sports and NFL shows. She supervised the sports newsroom at Sirius-XM satellite radio in New York City, occasionally appeared on-air for their MMA and fantasy football shows and edited highlights for all on-air sports shows prior to moving to Las Vegas to host a MMA radio show. In the 5 years spent on the show, she produced videos, wrote for and managed the website. Before landing at the Review-Journal in 2016, Heidi was an MMA reporter for FoxSports.com and freelanced for other websites. She has appeared on various national and local radio and television shows and podcasts as a MMA analyst.
In this edition of the Vegas Nation Mailbag, Heidi Fang and Ed Graney discuss what the Raiders should do with Antonio Brown in the wake of his altercation with general manager Mike Mayock.
UNLV basketball head coach T.J. Otzelberger made a stop at the UFC Performance Institute as part of the Runnin’ Rebel Caravan.
Four Golden Knights fans say they made the jaunt to San Jose to watch the Knights play the Sharks in Game 5 of the playoff series since it was nearby and affordable.
After winning $8,452 on a three-team money-line underdog parlay, Stewart went from cocktail waitressing at the Bellagio to working as a professional handicapper. She is featured on the four-part docuseries “Action” airing Sundays on Showtime.
The cast of Fox Sports 1’s “Lock It In” weighs in on the Vegas Golden Knights’ chances of making another run at the Stanley Cup and if the Raiders will find themselves in the Super Bowl in 2020.
UFC president Dana White joined Adam Hill and Heidi Fang to discuss UFC 235 following a press conference that took place at the MGM Grand on Thursday.
Vegas Golden Knights players Alex Tuch, Colin Miller, Nate Schmidt and Erik Haula attended the “VGK Twitch” event at HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor hotel-casino on Tuesday.
Ahead of Saturday’s fight, boxers Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner had their grand arrivals at the MGM Grand lobby in front of a sea of fans Tuesday.
UFC presented Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada with a donation of $240,000 at an event at UFC headquarters on Jan. 10.