OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG. If you’re anything like me (and if you’re lucky, you probably are), you’ve been waiting a long time for this. The Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer just came out a few minutes ago. If there is anything I like more than dinosaurs, it’s aliens with light sabers. Also, things flying around in ways that can’t physically happen yet. Check out the trailer, after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
I know we are all inundated with franchise movies nowadays (Thanks, Marvel). They are shoved down our throats and we are forced to accept it because there are a few that are really damn good so we cross our fingers and hope. However, I’m pretty sure there is one thing we can all agree on. Dinosaurs are tubular! Check out the trailer after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
While it’s much easier to get 3 stars in MyTEAM Domination mode for NBA2k15 than it was in NBA2k14, If you’re reading this article you’re probably having a little difficulty with it. I’m a big fan of what NBA2k15 did this year with Domination mode, as it becomes progressively harder to achieve as you go along. Click “Read more of this entry” to find out how to get 3 stars every single time. Read the rest of this entry »
Consider the Kool-Aid drank. I’ve finally crossed over to
the dark side Apple and bought my very first iPhone. As an Android user since smartphones became a necessity (Motorola DROID 20010-2011, HTC ThunderBolt 2011-2012, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 2012-2014), the iPhone 6 is a new experience for me, although I’ve been familiar with Apple technology for quite some time. My family computer growing up has always been a Mac, I’ve had several iPods, and when my fiance isn’t using it I sometimes mess around with the iPad Air. It’s only been about a week, but this is how I feel about the iPhone 6 compared to the last 5 years as an Android user: Read the rest of this entry »
The #1 ranked NCAA Men’s Basketball team trailed lowly SUNY Buffalo 38-33 at the half on Sunday, but since then Kentucky has looked like an unstoppable force. They went on to win 71-52 against SUNY Buffalo, and then steamrolled #5 ranked Kansas at the State Farm Champions Classic 72-40. The platoon system seems to be highly effective, which leaves many NCAA Men’s Basketball pundits asking, when will Kentucky lose? Read the rest of this entry »
The Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor with FlexBall Technology is the best razor on the market right now, and we want to hook you guys up with your very own shaving kit, and for one lucky winner, a drone. We have 3 Gillette FlexBall Shaving Kits and one drone (with a Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor) and if you want to get your hands on one, click “read the rest of this entry” to learn how: Read the rest of this entry »
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Fabricio Werdum TKO’d Mark Hunt at 2:27 of the second round at UFC 180 to win the UFC’s interim Heavyweight title. In the second round of the fight, Hunt tried to connect on some big punches, but was unable to connect. Werdum took advantage by delivering a massive knee, and then jumped on the opportunity to land big time punches.
Check out the TKO after the jump.
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Okay, so it’s probably best to reveal right from the get-go, that nothing is concrete about a fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather at this point – and it has been like this for some time. However, one thing is for certain about the fight and that is that should it take place, it will be one of if not the biggest fight in boxing history. It’s certainly the most anticipated of our generation and one that would likely have Betfair and other major bookmakers struggling to pin down a major favorite for the contest.
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NBA Insider Chris Palmer (formerly of ESPN) just pulled an Anthony Weiner (kinda). I guess it’s not a huge deal since he no longer works for the “world-wide leader”, but it’s still hilarious that a well-known sports personality couldn’t differentiate between direct message and tweet. Check out the screen capture of what we can only assume what was supposed to be the 3rd installment of a series of direct message to an unknown woman (or man, or LGBTV, who knows? We don’t judge here at TSB) that is kinda NSFW, but not really: Read the rest of this entry »
The English Premier League has been debating the issue of soccer’s “39th Game” for some time. The idea is to take a regular league fixture abroad to promote the game further and give a new audience the chance to witness a live game that matters, rather than an exhibition. The NFL, meanwhile, have already been experimenting with the same idea. To great success. Last weekend, American Football fans in England were able to watch top-class Gridiron action without having to travel across the globe to do so. The NFL journeyed to their backyard for the third time this season.
Unsurprisingly, there was an initial reluctance of some franchises in America to give up home matches. Marketing abroad helps financial growth, but the lifeblood of any team is its home support. Fans still flock from around the world and there are tickets available here for those who wish to see the game in its natural habitat. Read the rest of this entry »