At a news conference for the upstart promotion Triller Fight Club, Oscar De La Hoya took the stage alongside Snoop Dogg at the Venetian in Las Vegas and announced that he would be making his boxing comeback July 3. De La Hoya, 48, said last August that he would be coming out of retirement, but … Continue reading Staying Strong: Oscar De La Hoya Will Return To The Ring
After weeks of negotiations the New York Mets and All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor agreed to a 10-year contract extension worth $341 million. The contract is the largest in franchise history, obliterating the eight-year deal worth $138 million that David Wright received before the 2013 season. Including this year’s salary, in his last season of arbitration … Continue reading $341 Million Dollars: NY Mets Shortstop Gets Massive Ten Year Contract!
Brooklyn’s famed Peter Luger Steak House has teamed with Madame Tussauds to have celebrity wax figures mingle with patrons, promoting the easing of coronavirus restrictions on indoor dining in New York City. A wax Jon Hamm — known for his portrayal of ad executive Draper in the hit TV series “Mad Men” — could be … Continue reading NYC Steakhouse: Meet “Don Draper” Hanging At The Bar
Tom Brady agreed to terms with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a creative contract extension, per CBS Sports. It is a four-year contract that includes three voidable years, essentially locking him in for only an extra year. Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht will certain take it, considering it secures Brady through at least 2022 and … Continue reading Tom Brady, Buccaneers Agree To Contract Extension