V.I.P. On the Mark | With the Mayweather-Pacquiao “Fight of the Century” at MGM Grand less than two weeks away, this is an appropriate time to beat the experts to the punch. As of now, the safe bet on Floyd vs. Manny is a 12 round decision.view
There may not be any public sale of tickets for the May 2, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas, meaning that all the tickets may end up being divided between the MGM Grand site of the event and fight promoters.view
The MGM Grand is a sellout for the May 2, world championship welterweight unification fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, an event that is shaking up as a record setter in more ways than one.view
Fantasy Force | Maia has losses to Rory MacDonald, Jake Shields, Chris Weidman, and Anderson Silva. Maia is as battle tested as anyone in UFC, so the question becomes, is LaFlare elite or another overrated prospect?view
Inside the Ring | The debut of Al Haymon’s new NBC boxing series titled “Premiere Boxing Champions” this Saturday night marks the return of the sport to network television. The MGM Grand Garden Arena plays host to the first installment.view
Lottery fever is currently burning as this country's two biggest lottery games have nearly $500 million in jackpot money up for grabs in the next two days. Tuesday night is the next drawing for Mega Millions with Wednesday night set for Powerball.
The New York Gaming Commission on Monday approved a proposed set of New York Racing Association (NYRA) rules allowing the advent of a jackpot-type Pick Six bet to NYRA tracks and, subsequently, to simulcast customer nationally.
Gulfstream Park near Miami has announced its 2018-2019 Championship Meet stakes schedule will feature a record 105 stakes worth a record $29.079 million in purses, headlined by the Jan. 26th Pegasus World Cup Championship Invitational Series...
Atlantic City tourism and casino officials say they had a banner summer season and are giving part of the credit to the advent of newly legalized sports betting.
Adrian Beltre received a standing ovation in the Texas Rangers’ home finale Sunday. There was less ambiguity in Detroit, where Victor Martinez is calling it a career, and he played his last game Saturday.