The Secret to Every Victory is Hidden in BJJ

Nobody is exempt from problems. Falling is part of the path of life, but success lies in knowing how to get up. For that, many times we need someone to reach out to us when we really have reached the bottom. Through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, people, who have immersed in social conflicts of various kinds, can find a way to defend themselves from the problems and make their lives better.

Play Ball! Major League Baseball Season Begins Thursday

Nike: The Good, Bad and Ugly

New Players, New Teams, and Zlatan: MLS Kicks Off this Weekend

Top 10 Most Expensive Football Stadiums in the World

Football or soccer is an important sport around the world. It’s has a wide range of spectators and it’s one of the most loved sports in the world.  The availability of stadiums in almost all cities in the world attests to this fact. It might surprise you to learn how much it costs to construct some of these stadiums. In the light of this Zenox Sports bring you the 10 most expensive football or soccer stadiums in the world:

What Happen to the Greatness of Sports Movies?

As a kid growing up in the 90’s I was blessed to witness some of the greatest things pop culture had to offer us. In my opinion, the 90’s generation got to experience some of the best music, style, tv shows, and movies. If you clicked on this article you most likely feel the same way but in the current generation of movies filled with superheroes (which I love), remakes, or spinoffs.

Weekend Sports Roundup: Rivalries, Rugby, and Revenge

“Worst. Super Bowl. Ever.” Highlights and Lowlights from Patriots’ Snoozer

USA’s Cricket Umpire Tops in West Indies Examinations

United States of America Cricket Umpires Association (USACUA) umpire Mudassar Safdar has topped the recently concluded West Indies Cricket Umpires (WICUA) Final Practical and Oral examinations by obtaining the highest score of 94.66 percent. Before achieving this feat, New Jersey’s Cricketer turned umpire Mudassar Safdar, also stood first in previous year’s Final written examinations of West Indies Cricket Umpires Association.

Australian Open Concludes This Weekend

Previewing NFL’s Championship Sunday

NFL Playoffs: Previewing the Divisional Round

NFL Playoffs: Teams and Fans Ready for a Wild Weekend

College Football’s Final Four Face Off Saturday

Premier League, NBA, Bowl Highlights: Christmas Sports Schedule

Bowl Season Kicks Off With Five Games on Saturday

Atlanta United Host Portland Timbers for MLS Cup Saturday

Championship Week Provides One More Opportunity for College Football Mayhem

  • Conference championships, and spots in the College Football Playoff, are on the line this weekend. The PAC-12 kicks things off Friday night, as the Washington Huskies and Utah Utes vie for a trip to the Rose Bowl.
  • The Big 12 Championship features a first ever Red River rematch. An Oklahoma win keeps the Sooners’ playoff hopes alive, while a Texas sweep sends the Longhorns to the Sugar Bowl.
  • The main event comes Saturday afternoon in Atlanta. The Georgia Bulldogs would almost certainly earn a return trip to the playoff, should they repeat as SEC champions. Meanwhile, top-ranked Alabama might be in anyway, even with a loss.
  • The Ohio State Buckeyes will play for their second consecutive Big Ten championship, and maybe a playoff spot as well. Hoping to make things simple, a Northwestern upset would give the Wildcats their first Rose Bowl berth in 23 years.
  • It’s almost a foregone conclusion that Clemson will win the ACC Championship Game, and with it, another trip to the playoff. The Tigers are favored by 27.5 over unranked Pittsburgh, for those who are so inclined.
  • The unenviable task of choosing college football’s final four falls to the selection committee. Watch as the field is announced, along with the rest of the New Years Six bowl games, Sunday at noon Eastern.

Tiger vs. Phil: “The Match” Provides Black Friday Feast

European Football: Once Seen as Curiosity, New UEFA Nations League Sparks Interest

College Basketball Season Tips Off This Week

  • College basketball begins its nearly 200-day long marathon season this week, with its earliest-ever start.  The idea is to create more buzz for the beginning of the season, which usually tips off around Thanksgiving.  Not everyone is thrilled about that, however, especially the coaches.
  • A trio of Duke Blue Devils— R.J. Barrett, Zion Williamson, and Cameron Reddish— highlight a class of players many fans will be enjoying this season, but only for one year.  They’ll be going 1, 2, and 4 in next year’s NBA Draft.  Changes to the NBA’s infamous “one and done” rule are on the horizon, but, for the moment, the college game will still be dominated by talented freshmen.
  • Duke may look unstoppable, but if you’re looking to get an early start on your March Madness pool, here are five under-the-radar teams which might make a surprise Tournament run.  One of them, the Nevada Wolfpack, return the core of their 29-8, Sweet 16 team, and could be a national title contender.
  • The most turbulent off-season in recent memory may be in the rear-view mirror, but the NCAA’s investigation of the Adidas hoops scandal is only beginning.  According to multiple sources, the federal government gave the NCAA the go-ahead to begin what could be the most important, broadest investigation in its history.

Churchill Downs Hosts 35th Breeders’ Cup This Weekend