Category: Sports

Floyd Mayweather Hits the Ring in Style Thanks to Dapper Dan

May 1 2015

Gallery Follows the Text High fashion and boxing are two things that the average person wouldn’t ever expect to go together. Well, Floyd Mayweather isn’t your average boxer and he sure doesn’t dress like one either. When the undefeated boxer… [ read more ]

Samsung Goes Behind the Scenes with Manny Pacquiao

May 1 2015

This Saturday boxing fans are finally going to get the mega fight they have spent the last half decade clamoring for—Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao. Through a partnership with Samsung fans can get a look behind the scenes as Pacquiao… [ read more ]

13 Ridiculous Ballpark Foods

April 28 2015

Once the weather starts to get warm we are itching to go out to the ballgame. While we love baseball it’s not the game that attracts us to the stadium nearly as much as it is the insane food. Peanuts… [ read more ]

Colleen Crowley Gets Tattoo For Johnny Manziel

April 24 2015

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is no stranger to the headlines. He’s been making them since high school, continued to as a Heisman Trophy winning freshman when he played for the Texas A&M University Aggies, and most recently made the… [ read more ]

Birdman’s Ready for War

April 23 2015

Gallery follows the text The criteria required for choosing a favorite athlete should involve a heck of a lot more than just what you find in the box score. Simply put, if you are going to be wearing some guy’s… [ read more ]

Did Neymar Steal David Beckham’s Tattoo Design?

April 21 2015

GALLERY FOLLOWS TEXT Apparently when they aren’t on the pitch dominating every other team in Spain’s Primera Division the members of Barcelona like to spend their time at the tattoo shop. In a Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain both… [ read more ]

Strength Through Ink – A Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor’s Therapeutic Tattoo

April 20 2015

On the third Monday of April citizens of Massachusetts celebrate Patriots’ Day. The holiday was conceived to honor the date of the first battles of the American Revolution at Lexington and Concord but has morphed into something else in the… [ read more ]