Mo Farah’s training partner Galen Rupp has taken the banned anabolic steroid testosterone since he was 16 under the supervision of the pair’s coach Alberto Salazar, according to a television documentary to be screened on Wednesday night.
Triple H welcomes two new International stars from India to NXT.
Darren Young reveals CM Punk's support towards him after coming out as gay.
Bill Goldberg feels WWE are dismissing his impact on the professional wrestling industry and talks possible return.
Samoa Joe has signed a permanent WWE contract just weeks after making his debut.
Stone Cold Steve Austin says he would be open to discussing a Wrestlemania 32 match with Brock Lesnar during a podcast with Paul Heyman.
Last night Raw took place in San Antonio and we witnessed the aftermath from a solid Elimination Chamber event on Sunday. Here’s what we learnt:
Danny Cipriani’s hopes of making England’s World Cup squad appear to be in jeopardy after the fly-half was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a 5am car crash on Monday.
Dean Ambrose leaves with the WWE Championship without officially winning it and Kevin Owens shocks John Cena and the WWE Universe.
Having comprehensively beaten Frankie Gavin on Saturday night, Kell Brook claimed he was bored with talking about a fight against Amir Khan. His promoter, Eddie Hearn, added he had also “lost the passion” for that bout.
Roger Federer, who has just overtaken Andy Murray as world No2 despite injury worries that have restricted him to three matches since the Australian Open in January, could pull out of his third tournament of the season here in Rome on Wednesday.
On Saturday, Floyd Mayweather called a fight with Conor McGregor “possible”. As far as fights go it would be the ultimate made-for-TV sideshow, almost like a Fear Factor meets the Kardashians. It would offer little in athletic value, even less in benefit to society as well as hurting the legitimacy of the fighters’ chosen disciplines. But it would make millions. And a huge number of people would watch.