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Gullible’s Island, NFL Draft, Super Bowl Hosting Bullspit

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GULLIBLE’S ISLAND, USA-  After further review, we are as dumb as we think! Now, before your comments light me up, I will present some proof. Let’s look at last weekend. The NFL, America’s favorite NON Profit, rolled out their Draft Extravaganza at the expense of Chicago and the taxpayers. Just like the Winter Wonderland Super Bowl of NY/NJ, Roger Goodell and his band of tax […]

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Fight of the Century? Breaking Down Mayweather vs Pacquiao

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Korak’s still on the disabled list, but he’s almost ready to resume baseball activities and should be back mid May. In the meantime… LAS VEGAS, NV – I got sucked in. I had no intention of seeing the Mayweather vs Pacquaio fight, five years later, but on Friday I was caught in a nostalgic mood […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Carmelo, Knicks, A-Rod, #MoneyvPacman

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EL BARRIO, THE BRONX – Apparently less is more on MTM. After last week, it became apparent that it is more appreciated when the good Deacon Blaber just dives straight into the topics. So waste not want not, today you will hear my thoughts on Carmelo Anthony, the NY Knicks, Alex Rodriguez and #MoneyvPacman (or Floyd […]

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NFL QB Busts, Robert Griffin III, Floyd Mayweather

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RESERVATION, DC-  Robert Griffin III  will be remembered as a great college quarterback . He will also be memorialized on countless lists of NFL first round busts. Now please do not surmise that this contribution is an attack on RG3. I, like most fans of teams that are floundering worse than a fisherman with no boat, coveted […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Unfortunate 50 Sports Celebs

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NEW YORK, NY – A little over a week ago, Sports Illustrated came out with its 10th annual list of the 50 highest-earning American athletes. Dubbed “The Fortunate 50,“ this list includes a pretty good cross-section of sports, with the exception of hockey… of course. Those guys always get screwed in the paycheck department. Anyway, […]

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Sports Babe Lori Levine’s Least Influential People In Sports

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NEW YORK, NY – Last month, GQ Magazine put out their “Least Influential People” article. For me, this was a game-changing article. Sort of like how everyone went crazy over A.J. McCarron’s girlfriend, just to find out she doesn’t believe in Evolution. Concentrating on negatives and people’s failures may be my favorite style of article. […]

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Upset Beats Man O’ War! And Pacquiao… And Atlanta… And…

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In Front of the Odds Board- It was a day of upsets in the NFL.  Some of them were mild. The Rams and Cowboys winning in Buffalo and Cincinnati respectively?  Not major surprises, but I would’ve guessed the other way. Pittsburgh blowing it at home against San Diego?  The Eagles somehow dispensing with the Bucs?  Washington […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: A Toy Story

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NEW YORK, NY – Today marks the final day of the 109th annual American International Toy Fair at the state-of-the-art (for 1986) Jacob K. Javits Convention Center here in New York. For those of you not lucky enough to score highly-coveted credentials to this orgy of plastics and plushies through the usual toy mafia crime connections such […]

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Sports Advice From Uber Babe Lori Levine

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NEW YORK – This week is getting off to an awkward start. First of all, I freakin’ ate more fried foods and drank more beer in celebration for the Giants win, that I now closely resemble a slightly more feminine Clay Matthews. Secondly, there’s the Manny Pacquiao/Floyd Mayweather nonsense. These two go back and forth, […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Ode To Smokin’ Joe

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NEW YORK, NY – One of the greatest boxers in the long and storied history of that sport died on Monday, his name was Joe Frazier. For someone that was lucky enough to come of age in the heavyweight heyday of the 1970s, Joe Frazier was a constant presence, as well as a bobbing and weaving […]

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