By Clive Vanes Google is spreading the New Year cheer by giving praise to the Illuminati with their 2014 image. In the image, you see the dancing 2014 characters with a 3 on the sidelines, sad, and on the surface, it looks perfectly normal, but there are two illuminati symbols to point out.
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By Geno McGahee RSR covers many fighters, fights, and branches out into the entertainment world and Mixed Martial Arts, but no matter what we cover, the most popular topic is and has remained the co-pound for pound best in the game, Manny Pacquiao. Through popular demand, we have elected to create a new column that [...]
By Gina L. Caliboso I hadn’t heard of Jean Pascal before his last fight. But one thing is for sure, I’m always worried about an American boxer fighting in Canada. That’s not to say that judging might not always be fair, but I do know that American boxers fighting outside the US against a hometown [...]
By “Bad” Brad Berkwitt It’s a 12 hour time difference between Virginia and the Philippines, but the phone is ringing… Hello, is this Congressman Pacquiao or better known to the boxing world, as the P4P top fighter in the sport today? “Yes, this is Manny Pacquiao, how can I help you?” Manny this is “Bad” [...]
By Geno McGahee Over the years, charismatic Promoter, Don King, has gotten a lot of negative press. He has been sued countless times, been the subject of criminal investigations, but always comes out smelling like a rose. You can argue his ethics but you cannot dispute his success and his ability to bring a fight [...]
Interview by Jeff Stoyanoff and Mike Zepeda “I could become Heavyweight Champion of the World.”” – Seth “Mayhem” Mitchell The heavyweight division is a void in boxing that needs to be filled. The Klitschko brothers are outstanding fighters, but they are too nice and too dominant. They can’t carry the division and, predictably, the proof [...]
By Geno McGahee It’s a shame that HBO doesn’t carry the Klitschko fights any more, especially now with the replacement of Alexander Povetkin with the “Nigerian Nightmare” Sam Peter in the upcoming September 11th IBF/IBO/WBO Title defense of Wladimir Klitschko. I had given up on Peter a long time ago. At one point, he was [...]
By Geno McGahee I think it’s safe to say that the boxing world is about as disappointed as it can be at this moment. The fight that everyone wanted has fallen through. Bob Arum was quick to note a missed deadline for Floyd Mayweather, JR., to agree to a fight with Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao, [...]
By Jesse Castleman You are about to enter the War Zone… proceed with caution. Raw begins this week with Cena’s music hitting, and the crowd gives Cena a big pop as he enters. After saluting to the crowd, Cena steps into the ring and grabs a microphone. Finally the Raw locker room has had enough, [...]
By Brian Wilbur Hi readers, thanks for stopping by again. Let me put a stop to the questions about what I thought of Toy Story 3. I didn’t see it, nor will I ever see it. I don’t care how good you say it is, I’m not going to like it. Cartoons are for kids. [...]
By Joe Wilson Can a professional boxer overcome two brutal beatings and return back to what he once was in world of boxing? There have never been questions in regards to the heart and warrior spirit of Miguel Angel Cotto. His courage and strength has gotten him through some tough battles throughout his career.
By Joe Wilson One would think that trial and error is usually the best teacher. Even, if you are an architect, building a house or a carpenter, designing cabinets; without a blueprint or a design to follow, you are bound to make some mistakes. That is why it is important to follow the necessary steps [...]
By “Bad” Brad Berkwitt The mega fight that in still some circles behind closed doors is a “Done Deal” between Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, 51-3-2, 38 KO’s and Floyd “Money” Mayweather, JR., 41-0, 25 KO’s is the only fight that Pacquiao needs to be involved with whether on November 13 or a future date. There is [...]
By Scott Heritage This week saw the UFC announce a slew of fights, Fight Entertainment Group announce a huge new financial backer and a few familiar faces make returns to competition. Firstly FEG, the company that owns both K-1 and Dream have announced a partnership with the PUJI financial group, in an effort to expand [...]