Sports arenas and movie sets may seem worlds apart, but there’s one thing they both require: an ability to perform. Some have not only commanded the attention of spectators on the field but also charmed audiences on the big screen. Here’s a look at ten athletes who tackled Hollywood with the same fervor as their athletic careers.
While porn addiction continues to skyrocket year after year, someone has decided to take two of the most addictive forms of entertainment – porn and sports – and actually create a porn-sports league. No, this isn’t lingerie football, this is the full-on stuff that probably popped into your mind when you saw the headline.
Like a bad nightmare, American citizens have tried their hardest to move on and forget the worst parts of the 2020 pandemic and the government sanctioned force and coercion that occurred afterwards until the pandemic would officially “end.” For many Americans such as former ESPN reporter Allison Williams however, the unfair decisions of large corporations such as ESPN owner Disney continue to impact them still.
The viral video of two women fighting inside of the Wynn Casino in Las Vegas has finally had one major mystery solved at least, as it has been identified that the woman responsible for instigating the physical altercation against 24-year-old OnlyFans model, Danielle Pertusiello, is in fact a senior executive for Lobos 1707, a tequila company which is owned by basketball star LeBron James.
The event scheduling site Eventbrite has jumped into the war on women by canceling the event page for “Let Women Speak Austin,” a rally meant to advocate for protected spaces for women against men such as restrooms, locker rooms, and any other places you wouldn’t want a dude to catch you with your pants down.
The House of Mouse is reportedly considering divesting from some major TV networks, including ESPN, ABC, FX, National Geographic, and Freeform, and all for the reasons you probably already expect.
According to an email sent to Nike employees that was obtained by The Daily Wire, the woke-sports shoe and attire company intends on launching a radical “gender inclusive” clothing line for young children which they intend on releasing during this Pride month.
Former ESPN and WWE personality Charly Arnolt has left her big time job at ESPN for Clay Travis’s ‘Outkick’ sports outlet, citing that her departure was due to the company’s biased coverage of trans athletes, especially in women’s sports.
Major corporations are coming out in support of the progressive outrage towards the announcement of the Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS) repeal of Roe v. Wade.