Jim Ross launched a scathing attack on the current state of the professional wrestling industry.
WWE have finally commented on the worrying injury sustained by former tag team champion Tyson Kidd.
Stan Wawrinka pleased his many friends and family, as well as his tailor, by beating the world No1 Novak Djokovic in four sets on Court Philippe Chatrier on the most beautiful of Sunday afternoons.
It is three years now since Serena Williams picked up the phone and called Patrick Mouratoglou, then a relatively little-known coach, to ask if she could use the facilities at his academy on the outskirts of Paris.
Sir Bradley Wiggins said breaking the world hour distance record, one of the toughest and oldest challenges in cycling, might be the closest a man could come to childbirth.
Serena Williams said that winning her third French Open title and her 20th grand slam crown had been the toughest victory of her career.
First resolved and now resilient, Lewis Hamilton proved his intent to take a third world championship is also rock solid with a commanding pole position in Montreal.
Frankie Dettori, who returned at the Derby meeting two years ago after a six-month ban for using cocaine, scaled the summit of Flat racing for the second time in his career on Saturday when he steered Golden Horn, the favourite, to victory in the Investec Derby.
Heath Slater picks up his first win of the year to end the worst losing streak in the company.
We countdown five dream WWE matches that, unfortunately, never took place.
Jason Day bucked the trend on Friday afternoon, completing his round in 70 to be the only man in the second half of the draw to finish with an under-par total.
Von Miller has signed a blockbuster $114.5m contract with the Denver Broncos that includes $70m in guarantees and makes him the highest-paid nonquarterback in NFL history.
Whatever has just passed when, later this summer, Jessica Ennis‑Hill sits back and decides whether a remarkable career should continue for another 12 months, she will never have had a period like this.