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“Macho” Camacho’s Son “Machito” Is Motivated by Father’s Murder

“Macho” Camacho’s Son “Machito” Is Motivated by Father’s Murder

Hector "Machito" Camacho, the son of legendary Puerto Rican boxer Hector "Macho" Camacho, says his father's murder last November has provided him with "more motivation" to become a world champion. continue reading »

Real Madrid Named Most Valuable Soccer Club, Manchester United Falls to No. 2

Real Madrid Named Most Valuable Soccer Club, Manchester United Falls to No. 2

Real Madrid has wrested the title of world's most valuable soccer club away from Manchester United, while FC Barcelona took third place on Forbes magazine's list, published Wednesday. continue reading »

Rafael Nadal Easily Wins First Match at Monte Carlo Masters

Rafael Nadal Easily Wins First Match at Monte Carlo Masters

Spain's Rafael Nadal cruised to an easy 6-1, 6-2 victory Wednesday over Marinko Matosevic in his first match at the Monte Carlo Masters. The eight-time defending champion raced through the first continue reading »

Lionel Messi Sends Signed Jersey to Pope Francis

Lionel Messi Sends Signed Jersey to Pope Francis

Pope Francis was presented with a jersey signed by Argentine soccer star Leo Messi by a group of priests during Wednesday's public audience. continue reading »

Pumas End Tigres Winning Streak

Pumas End Tigres Winning Streak

League-leading Tigres lost 2-1 to UNAM Pumas after going undefeated for the first 13 matches of the Clausura season, while second-place Atlas put concerns about relegation behind them. continue reading »

Spain’s Fernando Alonso Wins Chinese Grand Prix for Ferrari

Spain’s Fernando Alonso Wins Chinese Grand Prix for Ferrari

Spain's Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) won the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday in Shanghai, taking the third race of the year on the F1 circuit. "The whole weekend has been unbelievable. The race was fantastic continue reading »

JUST IN:  Argentine Angel Cabrera Falls Short in The 2013 Masters, Adam Scott Wins

JUST IN:  Argentine Angel Cabrera Falls Short in The 2013 Masters, Adam Scott Wins

Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera fell short in a 2-hole sudden death playoff with Australian Adam Scott, who has won The Masters 2013. Tiger Woods tyed for fourth place. Both golfers made par on the first playoff hole before Scott sunk a 12-fott birdie to win the Green champions jacket. continue reading »

Cat Zingano gets TKO Win in UFC Debut

Cat Zingano gets TKO Win in UFC Debut

Cat Zingano‚Äôs UFC debut was a big time win for her via a TKO in the third round of fighting against Meisha Tate. No worries that her being a mom was going to be an issue. continue reading »

REPORT:   Troubled Jenna Jameson Twins Now in Sole Care Of Daddy Tito Ortiz

REPORT:  Troubled Jenna Jameson Twins Now in Sole Care Of Daddy Tito Ortiz

TMZ is reporting exclusively that former adult movie star and porn entrepreneur, Jenna Jameso is no longer taking care of her four-year-old twin boys, Jesse Jameson and Journey Jette. continue reading »

Making Cut at The Masters: Teen Guan Tianlang and All Hispanic Players Move Forward

Making Cut at The Masters: Teen Guan Tianlang and All Hispanic Players Move Forward

On Friday the Masters players found out who was in and out, after two rounds of play. All four Hispanic players made the cut. Argentine Angel Cabrera is currently in fourth place with a score -4 under par. Two Spaniards are also well placed and amongst the top 20 players at The Masters. continue reading »