• A bikini-themed sports bar in San Antonio is all set to open for business - right next door to a prep school.
• A blown whistle blows the chances of the Detroit Red Wings tying up Game 3 against the Anaheim Ducks.
• NBA tells Buckeye benchwarmer Mike Titus to take his name out of the upcoming Draft, “or else”.
• The NAACP will honor L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling with a lifetime achievement award. Elgin Baylor must be thrilled.
• A lot of Pens fans are teased by a text message mistake telling them they won four free tickets to an upcoming playoff game.
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, Ohio State Buckeyes
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, Washington Capitals
“Bully Beatdown“, which just ended a petite six-episode season on MTV, promises the targeted 12-24 year old suburban male demo the opportunity to watch mean boys get their comeuppance through the well-trained abuse of a real MMA fighter.
In the end, though, the desires of the downtrodden can’t be completely fulfilled by reality show king Mark Burnett’s trifle of a revenge fantasy due to deeply discounted production values, overscripting to the point of preciousness, and an utter lack of reality.
When you hear the name Michael Westbrook, you might think, “Hey, he’s a pretty good running back for the Philadelphia Eagles.” And you would be wrong, because that would be Brian Westbrook. No, Michael’s main claim to fame is that he’s the former Washington Redskin who beat up teammate Stephen Davis during practice.
Well, Mike figures if he’s gonna fly his fists into other people’s faces, he might as well get paid for it. So now it’s come to this - Michael Westbrook, cagefighter!