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  • Mar 30, 2021 09:10 PM
    Last: 1mo
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    There's now talks that a McGregor vs Poirier trilogy match is already in the works for July 10. No matter if that date is accurate or not, this fight is most definitely my most anticipated fight of the year. McGregor won the first fight, Poirier won the second. Now what happens on the third fight is anyone's guess. I thought Poirier stood no chance in the second fight but I was wrong. He not only held his own but he maticulously took McGregor down. But this next fight will be different. McGregor is an absolute animal and knows where he needs corrections. My guess is he'll come back better than before. I would never say Poirier got lucky in the first fight but I don't think the second one will be so easy.
  • Mar 29, 2021 06:57 PM
    Last: 2mo
    177
    I think it's as simple as NFL, MLB and NBA take the lead here in the U.S.. They are all so prominent here and people care so much about them that they don't really want another sport to watch. They love their current sport so much that they'd feel weird watching another one?
  • Mar 28, 2021 03:30 PM
    Last: 2mo
    70
    Well this is a record high for the Sabres. Definitely not the one were looking for, but a record nonetheless. The Sabres now have a 17 streak losing spree. At first I felt pretty bad for the team but it's now at kind of a laughable point. Kind of like with the Cubs always losing and still kept so many fans. People don't always need a team to constantly win to be enjoyable. But what's going on with the Sabres right now is kind of a one-off situation. Hopefully they get it together and do well this coming season.
  • Jul 20, 2020 02:48 PM
    Last: 2mo
    1.3k
    NASCAR should 100% have a minor league. But don't we already have a minor league in all the smaller series and racing sports?
  • Mar 27, 2021 03:10 PM
    Last: 1mo
    176
    Who knows why the 49ers do what they do. I swear that team makes the most bizarre moves of any NFL team. I like the team as a whole but I think they need to control their offices more, not their players.
  • Mar 27, 2021 03:16 PM
    Last: 2mo
    87

    I know there aren't a ton of people that are very happy about NASCAR's decision to turn the Bristol Cup to a dirt track. For whatever reason people are iffy about it, I think it's a cool idea. The entire idea was to mix some fun into the race and honor NASCAR's roots.

    Drivers have been saying just how fun but tough the track was on Friday. Teams were also begging for more tires during Friday's race and it looks like they actually made the changes to fix the drivers concerns. Competition changes have been made that include a caution lap at 50, each team to get an additional set of tires, caution lap at 150, stage 1 ends at lap 100 and stage 2 ends at lap 200. These are great changes and should make the drivers happy for Saturday's race.

  • Mar 26, 2021 03:49 PM
    Last: 2mo
    193
    I actually just posted about this too before I saw your thread. I'm really excited for this match. I love when fighters go for another round, especially when the first fight was decided and not by knockout or submission.
  • Mar 27, 2021 11:54 AM
    Last: 2mo
    56
    This is going to be a heavyweight banger! The Heavyweight Championship bout Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou 2 finally takes place tonight at 10pm ET (prelims start at 7:30ET). I've been waiting for this since their last fight at UFC 220. It's been so long. For those who don't know Stipe won their last bout by unanimous decision, and it was well deserved. The last time around came with much more grappling and fence game than I would have thought. Both of these guys are huuuuge so you'd think they'd try to keep grappling at a minimum to avoid gassing out. They do best on their feet boxing in the middle of the ring. That's what I'm hoping for out of this fight tonight. An all out boxing match between two giants.
  • Mar 26, 2021 03:08 PM
    Last: 2mo
    74
    Dallasite Wrote: I think the fall of 2021 is realistic. I could see stadiums being back to relative normal by then, optimistically. Maybe with the caveat that anyone under 16-18 can't come (because vaccines aren't ready for them yet).
    I know that more and more stadiums are already starting to open back up with smaller crowds. I wonder how long it'll take to get them back at full capacity.
  • Mar 26, 2021 03:08 PM
    Last: 2mo
    74
    This past year has brought on a ton of changes for pretty much every single sport. We have bubbles all over the place filled up with athletes just trying to practice and perform as safe as possible, little to no fans in stadiums around the world and restrictions everywhere. But that was over the past year. We all had to enforce and follow these guidelines to keep everyone safe and not spread any germs. Now that the vaccine has already reached almost half the U.S. population and is continuing to go up with every second, the sporting world is now able to relax on some of those restrictions. This bring with it the question of when we'll be able to go watch a game in person or even know for sure they'll be playing that day without any cancellations. So does anyone think that'll happen by 2022? Or maybe even later this year?