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Manny Pacquiao's upcoming fight against unbeaten Chris Algieri in Macau, China on Nov. 22 is being threatened by at least two major training distractions which could lead to his defeat if they are not properly addressed.

NFL team helps Ferguson students, provide needed distraction

The shooting death of Michael Brown and subsequent violent protests has prompted one NFL football team to reach out to area youth, offering them not only a safe place to practice football, but an experience none of those involved will soon forget.

Pacquiao, Algieri gear up to 12-day media tour in China, US

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and WBO light welterweight titleholder Chris Algieri, along with their respective promoters and trainers, will converge in Macau, China for the kickoff ceremonies of their 12-day media tour in China and the US.

Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao will go for early KO win against Chris Algieri

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao may go for an early knockout win against WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri when they face each other in the ring on Nov. 22 at the Venetian Resort & Casino in Macau, China.

Little league coach's emotional post-game speech goes viral

Rhode Island suffered a heartbreaking loss to Illinois in the 2014 Little League World series, but the game will likely be remembered more for the tear-inducing speech coach Dave Belisle gave to his crestfallen team.

Chelsea's new signings shift their dimension at Burnley

Chelsea’s commanding performance at Turf Moor vindicated Jose Mourinho’s reluctance to deem his side title contender’s last season.

INDYCAR: Power has 'great fun' winning in Milwaukee

WEST ALLIS, WI – Will Power was dominant on Sunday afternoon at the ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 and was nearly three seconds ahead of his nearest competitor when the race came to a close.

Maria Sharapova mocks opponent for taking an injury timeout, questions if she was actually hurt

In her final tune-up tournament before the U.S. Open, Maria Sharapova lost to Ana Ivanovic, 6-2, 5-7, 7-5, in controversial fashion in the semifinals of the Western & Southern Open on Saturday night.

NASCAR: 'Intense' restart propels Gordon to win in Michigan

Jeff Gordon won the Pure Michigan 400 on Sunday, for his third victory of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season, and, once again, a great restart was the key, just as it was four weeks ago at Indianapolis.

Corey Griffin dies celebrating ALS Ice Bucket Challenge success

Hockey player Corey Griffin died in a diving accident after celebrating that the Ice Bucket Challenge was going viral. He was one of the amazing people behind starting this challenge to help those with the debilitating disease.

Review: Niese, Mets beat Cubs

After being swept by the Nationals in 3 games, the Mets come back to win their 2nd in a row against the Chicago Cubs thanks to bats, Niese.

NASCAR puts new rule in place for exiting cars after accident

NASCAR has implemented a new rule about exiting a car while on the track after the death of Kevin Ward. Jr. Tony Stewart hit him while he was talking on the track.

IOC bans 3 West African athletes from Youth Olympics

Concerned about the possible spread of the Ebola virus, the International Olympic Committee has banned athletes from the affected regions from competing in swimming and combat events at the Youth Olympics, set to begin this weekend in Nanjing, China.

UFC: Jon Bones Jones vs Daniel Cormier rescheduled for Jan. 2015

Jon Bones Jones vs Daniel Cormier was set for UFC 178, but has been pushed back to January 2015 due to Jones suffering an injury.

Former Microsoft CEO Ballmer completes purchase of LA Clippers

Former Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer has completed buying the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, seemingly ending a painful real-life drama that began with racist remarks on a tape recording.

World Series of Poker match ends in astonishing loss

Even when you know when to hold 'em and fold 'em, an excellent poker hand doesn't necessarily guarantee a win. One professional at a recent World Series of Poker tournament learned that lesson the hard way.

Soccer: Canada's defensive solidity frustrates Korea DPR

Andrew Olivieri’s stock has eclipsed projected expectations following Canada’s impressive 1-0 victory over Korea DPR at Olympic Stadium.

Op-Ed: Mayweather-Pacquiao fight won't sell beyond 2015

WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather and eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao shouldn't dillydally on their final decision to face each other in the ring or they risk being junked by their fans and supporters for fighting beyond their prime.

Premier League Preview: Chelsea is built to conquer England

Many questioned Jose Mourinho’s vocal dismissal of Chelsea’s title hopes following their impressive 1-0 triumph over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium last February.

Hydroplanes for Hajduk: Flying sponsor for Croatia's oldest club

A much-needed cash injection for Croatia's oldest football club is announced as Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service prepares to take to the skies.

Jon 'Bones' Jones injured, Jones vs Cormier delayed

UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon "Bones" Jones was set to face Daniel Cormier on September 27th, but now due to a injury the fight has been postponed.

Op-Ed: Why Floyd Mayweather will beat Marcos Maidana

Pound-for-Pound champion Floyd Mayweather could potentially have a much easier night than he did a few months ago against Marcos Maidana.

NASCAR: Allmendinger in the 'Chase' after first Sprint-Cup win

AJ Allmendinger won his first ever Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday and secured his place among the 16 drivers who will battle for the series championship during the final 10 races of the NASCAR season.

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart hits, kills fellow racecar driver

Veteran NASCAR driver Tony Stewart has decided not to race at Watkins Glen today after he struck and killed a fellow race car driver Saturday night.

Andrew Olivieri's tactical alteration steers Canada past Finland

Canada lives to fight another day at the U-20 Women’s World Cup, as they completed a memorable second half comeback against Finland.

Jon Bones Jones calls Daniel Cormier a P*ssy after ESPN interview

Earlier this week Jon Bones Jones and Daniel Cormier appeared on SportsCenter to promote their upcoming fight. In between segments the cameras were still rolling and caught Jones calling Cormier a p*ssy.

Premier League Preview: It's time for Arsenal to push forward

What a difference a year makes. Arsenal supporters were sweating profusely with the Premier League season swiftly approaching, as Yaya Sanogo and Mathieu Flamini were the only players brought into the club on free transfers.

Paige VanZant set to enter Octagon

Twenty-year-old Paige VanZant is set to make her UFC debut on October 4th against Kailin Curran in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Premier League Preview: Post-Suarez Liverpool set eyes on success

The atmosphere around Selhurst Park escalated quickly. Brendan Rodgers stood emotionless on the touchline, with his hands in his pockets, mystified at the scenes that transpired before his eyes.

Celtic given Champions League reprieve over ineligible player

Celtic have been given their second European football reprieve in three years as they were handed a forfeit victory over Legia Warsaw after the Polish club fielded an ineligible player.

49ers' Levi's Stadium opens to praise and criticism

It's been a long time since a new football stadium opened in the great state of California. The year was 1967, the city was San Diego and the team was the San Diego "Super" Chargers.

Ghana's defensive solidity sinks an incoherent Canadian side

In a match that provided very few scoring opportunities, Ghana snuck past host nation Canada at the National Soccer Stadium.

Kevin Love trade in place between Timberwolves and Cavaliers

The Minnesota Timberwolves and Cleveland Cavaliers have a trade in principle that will send Kevin Love to Cleveland on August 23rd or 24th.

Palestinian football legend Ahed Zaqout killed in Gaza bombing

One of Palestine's all-time football greats was killed when an Israeli bomb struck his Gaza home while he was sleeping last week.

INDYCAR: Dixon wins after starting at the back of the field

LEXINGTON, Ohio - Scott Dixon won the Honda Indy 200 on Sunday and showed his mastery on the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, where he has won five of the last eight IndyCar races.

NASCAR: Earnhardt Jr. completes sweep of Pocono races

Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the final 14 laps of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Pocono Raceway, on Sunday, to win his third race of the season and climb into the lead of the standings in the final stretch leading into the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Tom Daley wins gold, declared best solo act of Commonwealth Games

Tom Daley has been declared the "best solo act" at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, after winning gold in the men's 10-metre diving competition at the weekend.

Jim Kelly and Andre Reed share emotional final pass

Each of the enshrinement speeches given by the seven NFL Hall of Fame inductees brought emotion, however none were as poignant as Andre Reed's tribute to fellow Hall of Famer Jim Kelly.

Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri, alone at the top

The respect is still there and the challenge to anyone that would ignore the Filipino boxing champion or his Country. However the one opponent that should have been at the top with him, is still missing. Now two proud men must go it alone.

Toronto FC dominate midfield but the Impact lacked a gameplan

Toronto FC snapped their four-game winless streak with a convincing victory over Frank Klopas' Montreal Impact at Saputo Stadium.

Matthew Mitcham, Tom Daley win gold, silver at Commonwealth Games

Australia's Matthew Mitcham and Britain's Tom Daley have won gold and silver, respectively, at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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