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Gossip

Is NBC Censoring the Olympic Athletes?

Let’s just take a quick peek at the cost of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games: Overall estimated costs: $2.5 billion Security: $900 million Media Center: $880 million Opening Ceremony: $30-40 million NBC paid $820 million for the broadcast rights to the Vancouver games.  They estimate that they’ll lose around $250[…]

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Football, Baseball and Avatar

Okay sports fans, this one is for you! Sunday, November 1, 2009 on one of the biggest sports days of the year – NFL match ups plus Game 4 of the World Series – James Cameron’s Avatar trailer will get the world’s biggest live trailer viewing when it debuts on[…]

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Kimo Leopoldo Interview

“I don’t think tapping would be allowed if I saw him” – Kimo At UFC 3 a man simply known as Kimo walked down to the octagon carrying a Cross preaching the word of the Lord.  Royce Gracie preached Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 101 and submitted him at the 4:40 mark[…]

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ronnie coleman

Ronnie Coleman Takes Part in Mr. Olympia 2009

Some of the following Mr. Olympia contests will take part in Europe. It is already known that Germany’s capital will host the biggest bodybuilding and fitness competition, October 3, 2009. This Olympia promises to be one of the most fiercely contested shows. Ronnie Coleman is coming back to the stage.[…]

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River Gym

As you do cycling in a gym, has it ever occurred to you that the energy you create could be transferred into something more useful than just your sweat. Now your energy could do a lot more. Architect Mitchell Joachim says that his idea could help transfer the workout vigor[…]

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Bruce Lee

A Tribute to Bruce Lee

Recently the history channel paid tribute to Bruce Lee. They discussed his life, but went further to discuss his influence on popular culture, and society in general. Bruce Lee like Muhammad Ali is an iconic figure in the fighting arts and in general society. It is in part due to[…]

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IFBB New York Pro 2009 Results

At the IFBB New York Pro this year the day was carried by a 27-year-old first-timer Evan Centopani to the ear-splitting cheer of the New York City crowd. The new pro put in quite an impressive performance and scooped up an Olympia qualification, $15k, a NY Pro ring and a[…]

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Da Silva Emerges Victory in Pittsburgh

Eduardo Correa Da Silva amazingly came out top in the Under 202 class. This was his first ever IFBB Professional League contest, but he overcame Mark Dugdale, who had been the hot favorite for this competition based on the precontest. Eduardo also beat many others to win the Under 202[…]

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