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Wrestling

Social Media: The WWE’s Best Friend & Worst Enemy

For years, the WWE has been the top tier wrestling, or “sports entertainment” promotion in the world. The goal for most of the wrestlers is to make it to Vince McMahon’s playground. Some do, some don’t, but it has been the preferred destination for a lot of up and coming wrestlers, and that is still […]

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MLBNHL

One Year Later: Remembering Mr. I

Sports owners usually aren’t fan favorites. Most fans perceive them to be “business first”, not caring enough about the product on the field/court/ice. However, for the city of Detroit, they knew of an owner who was much different. He was an owner who poured his heart into the city, and gave back to it as […]

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MLB

Black History Month: Moses Fleetwood Walker, A Baseball Pioneer

In honor of Black History Month, The Athletes Hub will highlight and recognize African-American athletes who made significant contributions to their respective sport and paved the way for other black athletes to succeed where they previously weren’t allowed to. AUTHOR’S NOTE: One of the quotes contains a racially insensitive word. Viewer discretion is advised. As […]

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MLB

Black History Month: Josh Gibson

In honor of Black History Month, The Athletes Hub will highlight and recognize African-American athletes who made significant contributions to their respective sport and paved the way for other black athletes to succeed where they previously weren’t allowed to. Baseball is America’s National Pastime. It is a sport that has been there when Americans needed […]

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NBA

Reaction to Pistons-Clippers Blake Griffin Blockbuster

The Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Clippers shocked the world when they pulled off a blockbuster trade that sent four-time All Star Blake Griffin, along with Willie Reed and Brice Johnson, to Detroit. The Clippers acquired forward Tobias Harris, guard Avery Bradley, center Boban Marjanovic, a top four protected first round pick in 2018, and […]

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NFL

Detroit Lions Three Round Mock Draft 2.0

The NFL Draft order will be set next Sunday when Super Bowl LII concludes, but the Detroit Lions already know where they’re going to pick. I’m back with another Detroit Lions mock, and my first one can be found by clicking here. There will be notable changes between the first and second one, so if […]

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NFL

Vince McMahon Announces Formation of New Football League

UPDATE: Vince McMahon has officially announced the formation of a new XFL. This league will begin play in 2020 and start with eight teams, 40 man rosters, 10 game schedules, and a postseason that will include two semi-finals and a championship game. McMahon says that the rules in this new league will be “simpler” and […]

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NFL

Two Possible Destinations For Eli Manning

The New York Giants have a new head coach in Pat Shurmur, and he has a lot of work to do with this team. The Giants limped to a 3-13 season while battling a plethora of injuries to their stars, such as receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall, as well as a plethora of […]

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MLB

Ichiro To Return To Japan?

Ichiro Suzuki is a baseball legend, as he is the all-time major professional baseball hits leader, although his claim to that has been challenged for quite some time, due to some of his hits coming from Japan. He does have 3,080 hits in Major League Baseball, and although he isn’t the star he used to […]

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MLB

Four Second Basemen Tigers Can Acquire To Compete With Dixon Machado

The Detroit Tigers recently traded their starting second baseman Ian Kinsler to the Los Angeles Angels, and now are in the market for a veteran to compete with their other Major League second baseman, Dixon Machado. While the Tigers are rebuilding, it wouldn’t hurt to acquire a veteran or two to help mentor the younger […]

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