Are you a sports fan? How about UFC? Don’t think it’s a sport then the ninja can’t help you there. Mixed martial arts are an acquired taste and they definitely aren’t for everybody. Personally the ninja likes K1 a lot better than UFC, mainly because the fighters are a lot more skilled and the matches don’t devolve into a dry humping session. But that is just personal taste. Here are the results from the UFC 111 weigh-ins. Who are you putting your money on? Pay-Per-View card: Georges St-Pierre (170) vs. Dan Hardy (170) Shane Carwin (265) vs. Frank Mir (265) Fabricio Camoes (155) vs. Kurt Pellegrino (155) Jon Fitch (171) vs. Ben Saunders (169) Mark Bocek (154) vs. Jim Miller (155) Spike TV: Nate Diaz (171) vs. Rory Markham (177) Ricardo Almeida (170) vs. Matt Brown (170) Non-televised: Tomasz Drwal (185) vs. Rousimar Palhares (186) Jared Hamman (205) vs. Rodney Wallace (206) Matthew Riddle (170) vs. Greg Soto (170)
March is always a great month if your into College Basketball. With March Madness 2010 everyone is interested in the NCAA College Basketball Rankings. And there has been a little bit of a shake up. Syracuse is now ranked in the number 1 spot in the nation. What is so amazing about this that Kentucky and Kansas have controlled the top rank the entire season. Here are the current NCAA Basketball Rankings. 1. Syracuse 2. Kansas 3. Kentucky 4. Duke 5. Kansas State
The Olympics are coming to a close, today is the final day. And that means there is still one important game left to play. USA vs Canada gold medal game. And this is definitely one that you are going to want to watch live. One of the two games before the closing ceremony this is expected to be exciting. The USA’s men’s hockey team has played some amazing games in the 2010 Winter Olympics. Most notably against Russia and Finland. Hopefully they will be able to preform the same way today. The game starts at 12:15 pm Pacific Time and will be shown live on NBC. This will be the final event where medals will be awarded so you don’t want to miss it! Both the tames from the USA and Canada have played some amazing games and they will definitely make an effort to gain the upper hand as soon as possible. Ron Wilson said earlier that “It’s hard to beat a team twice in a tournament like this,” still “we’ve beaten Canada, and we’ll play better than we did the last time we played against them.” If the American team can beat Canada they will break their current streak of bringing home silver. If not this will be the second time the U.S. hockey team takes silver in the last three Olympic games. Eight years ago Canada beat them on their home turf in Salt Lake City. Now it is our turn!
The schedule for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics is finally here. There will be a total of 15 winter sports for the games. These include: alpine skiing, biathlon, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice hockey, luge, nordic combined, short track speed skating, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding, and speed skating. The games will draw athletes from 82 countries together to compete for gold. Several of these countries will be making their debut in with the Olympics Schedule in Vancouver. These countries include the Cayman Islands, Colombia, Ghana, Montenegro, Peru, Pakistan and Serbia. Others have been on the Olympic’s schedule for years, though they may not be your first pick when selecting countries for the Winter Olympics. Some of the athletes comes from countries like Costa Rica, Kenya, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Thailand, Venezuela and the Virgin Islands. You can watch the games live with NBC Olympic Coverage.