In a fast moving media tour than some observers say may be more exciting than their in-ring battle, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are jointly visiting four citiesview
Inside the Ring | UFC International Fight Week is upon us here in Las Vegas and T-Mobile Arena will play host to the TUF 25 Finale and UFC 213 cards. Leading up to those two events will be a plethora of activities for fight fans to experience.view
The Takeover | Somehow in the doldrums of summer sports, it’s actually about to get busy. First up is UFC International Fight Week, a yearly gathering here in Vegas that runs this year July 5-8, ending with UFC 213 at T-Mobile Arena. Here’s a rundown of the events.view
VIP On the Mark | Man vs. Beers. Any full-blooded bettor wouldn’t mind taking on that challenge. MGM corporate employee Mark Sabatini did and had no doubt in his mind he would win. Last week at PUB 365 his victory was not only assured, but celebrated.view
Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather Jr. props for sports wagering and betting are provided by South Point. Check your local sports book for the latest odds.view
The Takeover | I had a chance to sit down with the crew from USFantasy and they have some big things on the horizon. First thing to discuss that is very exciting is the USFantasy App. It has all the features you’d expect from a phone app. Every sport is on there, the functionally is super easy and it is quick to place your bets.view
Despite boxing experts insisting that Conor McGregor lacks any chance of beating the heavily favored and undefeated Floyd Mayweather, the preponderance of wagers, so far, have been on the plucky Irishman to be victorious.view
The Takeover | Let me start by saying I am a Sergey Kovalev fan. There is nothing I like better than a fighter that consistently moves forward, looking to put together combinations and finish the fight with a knockout victory.view
Inside the Ring | Though I have stayed away from the topic in my column to date, rest assured I’ve been posed the question on every weekly radio segment I do. By now I’m sure you already know we’re talking Mayweather vs. McGregor.view
The Takeover | UFC heads back to a hotbed of MMA fans as UFC 212 takes place Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The headliner is for the UFC Featherweight Title as Champion Jose Aldo takes on Interim Champion Max Holloway to prove who’s the real 145 pound champ.view
Inside the Ring | This coming Saturday night the IBF welterweight title will be on the line when champion Kell Brook (36-1, 25 KO’s) faces No. 1 contender and mandatory challenger Errol Spence Jr. (21-0, 18 KO’s).view
The long-anticipated Mayhem in Mesquite XI takes place this Saturday at 7 p.m. at the CasaBlanca Events Center. The Future Stars of MMA event includes fighters from gyms in Nevada, Utah, Arizona and California, and is the 11th installment that has called Mesquite home.view
Inside the Ring | The UFC returns this coming Saturday night when the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas plays host to UFC 211. The card is solid from top to bottom with two title belts on the line, coupled with multiple fan friendly bouts in both the men’s and women’s divisions.view
Cinco de Mayo weekend in Las Vegas means two things – betting on the Kentucky Derby and who’s in the main event of the big boxing card in town. This Saturday night at the sold out T-Mobile Arena, Mexico superstars face off as Saul “Canelo” Alvarez battles Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.view
The Takeover | With the huge fight starting to pick up buzz in Vegas, USFantasy has released odds for the Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. fight at T-Mobile Arena Saturday.view
NFL Previews | The NFC South was the powerhouse of the league last year with two wild cards for the first time in its current configuration.
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FREE PREVIEW Getting Rich with Saber | Before we get into Wednesday’s first five races at Del Mar, just a quick recap of last week’s first five races: In the first race one of our plays was scratched and the runner we were left with finished second. We won the next four races with the early pick four paying $376.00.
The Vegas Golden Knights now have official headphones. Exeo Entertainment has just announced that it is the official headphone partner of the NHL team. The company will use Vegas Golden Knights branding and media exposure to increase awareness in Exeo’s Krankz Audio.
The Greek government is moving forward with its efforts to transition the country into a leading gambling destination.