Talk about a Saturday news drop in the world of combat sports. Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s Dave Maltzer is reporting that Olympic gold medalist Gable Stevenson is off the market and he’s signed with WWE.
Stevenson, a NCAA National Champion, two-time All-American, two-time Big Ten champion at Minnesota, is a huge WWE fan and was present at SummerSlam in Las Vegas. The UFC was also pursing the services of Stevenson.
The remnants of Hurricane Ida absolutely decimated the Philadelphia tri-state area on Wednesday. There was historic flooding, power outages, SEVEN confirmed tornadoes, just mass chaos. The Delaware Valley awoke on Thursday to scenes of the Schuylkill and Vine Street Expressway’s looking more like Venice Canals.
People took to the news in typical Philly fashion.
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Derek Brunson V Darren Till
The Main Event! Here we goooo! Till is wild and a great striker that it is hard to catch what he is doing. Brunson is slow on the feet but on a winning streak here. Brunson mentally needs to get in check in which Tilll will pick him apart if he catches him while Brunson doesn’t show up. Brunson is gonna go for takedowns but Till will tear him up…give me Till!
Tom Aspinall VS Sergey Spivak
Co-Main Event! Great heavyweight fight overall! Aspinall is light on the feet and has good grappling that is sneaky to me compared to his striking. Spivak is gonna go for the takedown which is his game while Tom is gonna finally have his true test on the grappling aspect. Great fight overall and tough fight here.
Doc and Brett talk about the Eagles trade for Gardner Minshew and the immediate reaction from the Eagles fan base. The drama surrounding Deshaun Watson might be coming to an end plus Scott Frost’s tenure at Nebraska has been a disaster, Big Ten games to watch, and a preview of the NFC North.
The Bishop Sycamore story is unreal
Discussing the Eagles trade for Gardner Minshew
Cam Newton and other notable cuts in the NFL
Scott Frost’s tenure at Nebraska has been a disaster
Big Ten games to watch
NFC North Preview
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Texas and Oklahoma’s move to the SEC is setting the table for a survival of the fittest contest between The American and the Big 12. One, the Big 12, is looking to stay at the adult table and the other, The American, is looking to upgrade from the kids table.
According to ESPN and The Athletic, the Big 12 is looking to strike first and snag Central Florida, Houston, and Cincinnati from The American. The Big 12 is also considering extending an invite to BYU, the largest independent not named Notre Dame.
Joe Rogan confirmed that he tested positive for COVID-19 after not feeling well over the weekend. Rogan announced he had to cancel his tour date in Nashville due to the prognosis. He assured fans that he’s doing well thanks to “all kinds of meds: monoclonal antibodies, Ivermectin, Z-Pack, Prednisone, everything.” He was not vaccinated.