It is fair to say that Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather have rarely seen eye to eye.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel, who supported his African American players’ boycott of team activities backing campus protesters, said Friday that he has been battling non-Hodgkin lymphoma and will resign at the end of the season.
You'd imagine by now that people would have learnt not to tick off Ronda Rousey...
Oscar De La Hoya has taunted Floyd Mayweather in a farewell letter that describes the unbeaten fighter as “boring” and “afraid”.
Pat Eddery carved out one of the great careers in race-riding through the use of one of the most unusual styles in the saddle that has been seen in modern times.
Six championship belts have been stolen from the International Boxing Hall of Fame in central New York.
New York’s attorney general has ordered daily fantasy sports firms DraftKings and FanDuel to cease operations with consumers in the state, claiming their games constitute illegal gambling under New York law – the most significant blow yet in the mounting legal challenge facing what’s become a multibillion-dollar industry.
Tommy Hanson, who pitched five seasons in the major leagues for the Braves and the Angels, has died aged 29.
Michael Phelps, the American swimmer whose 22 Olympic medals make him the most decorated Olympian of all time, has revealed that he was “in a really dark place” after he was arrested last year for drunk-driving – and admitted to feelings of “not wanting to be alive anymore.”
While the World Anti-Doping Agency has said it found widespread doping and corruption by Russian athletes, Russian officials have said their country is being held to a double standard and called the watchdog’s report a “political hit job”.
Anthony Joshua’s march to the top of the heavyweight mountain will not be stopped – not by challengers such as the American Dominic Breazeale, who brought a 17-0 record to London and left with his reputation in pieces after absorbing 19 minutes of sustained punishment.
WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart has said he thinks Daniel Bryan will never wrestle again.
Former WWE star Chyna turned up at the WWE offices this week.
Boxing is a dangerous game, and David Haye is not playing it very well.
Mo Farah, the double Olympic champion, says he will run half the London Marathon this year, before stepping up to debut over the full distance in 2014. The Londoner has always been open about his desire to try out the feted course and on 21 April he will run alongside a stellar list of names.
Tom Daley's 28in-waist, red, white and blue Olympic trunks have become a museum piece, exhibited alongside a Bradley Wiggins yellow jersey and costumes from last year's opening ceremony.
Ichiro Suzuki made baseball history on Wednesday – but the man whose record he broke doesn’t think the new mark should count.
A day after his team opened the Stanley Cup Final by beating the San Jose Sharks at home, first-year Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan scheduled an optional skate, and all but six players opted to take the day off. And why not? In less than seven weeks, the Penguins had played 19 grinding playoff games, five in overtime.
The five-time world snooker champion is willing Leicester on... but fancies Tottenham.
Tony Bellew recovered from a first-round knockdown to win the WBC world cruiserweight title with a third-round stoppage of Ilunga Makabu.
The mother of the cyclist Chris Boardman has been killed in a cycling accident, her son has announced.
‘The Tour is finished,” wrote its founder Henri Desgrange in 1904 after the second edition of the race was wrecked by cheating and crowds intervening violently to manipulate the race in favour of their local heroes.
Mont Ventoux is often described as a mountain with a personality and a particularly malevolent one at that, so the bizarre Bastille Day finish at Chalet Reynard seemed somehow in character for a mountain which has ended dreams, careers and lives when the Tour de France has scaled its heights.