UFC star Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis was recently arrested and charged for reckless driving.
The cold case group The Case Breakers, after thorough research, now believes that Jimmy Hoffa, the former Teamsters leader who mysteriously disappeared on July 30, 1975, is buried in Milwaukee. Hoffa, once a highly influential figure, vanished without a trace, sparking long-held beliefs that he was murdered by organized crime and that his body was deliberately hidden.
We’re used to seeing our favorite athletes scoring touchdowns and knocking out home runs, but what happens when they land on the wrong side of the law? Here’s a rundown of five famous sports stars who traded their sports gear for prison uniforms, showing us that nobody’s above the law, not even the rich and famous.
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez will face multiple charges in California beginning at the start of 2024
Controversial social media figure and former kickboxing world champion Andrew Tate has laid out his vision for how the city of London, England, can end their astronomical knife-related killings after 15-year-old girl Elianne Andam was stabbed to death in September.
Sport is typically associated with joy, excitement, competition, and camaraderie. However, there are moments in the world of professional sports that stand as somber reminders of the fragility of life. From freak accidents to senseless acts of violence, the sports community has faced its share of tragedies. Today, we take a moment to reflect on seven such incidents that have left an indelible mark on the world of professional sports.
Why parents decide to lose their minds over kid’s sports is a mystery to most of us, because rational people don’t go to their kid’s game and think the day is going to end with them in jail for fighting coaches. Well, one Virginia man has learned the hard way that nothing happens in a void, and that beating up your son’s soccer coach will end up living forever on the internet.
A seasoned NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver, Jason Alan White, was arrested earlier this month in Huntersville, North Carolina on charges of driving while impaired, according to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Former NCAA trainer Scott Shaw pleaded guilty to sexual assault in court last week and will now face two years in prison
Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco is under fire after it was reported that he was having an inappropriate relationship with a minor in the Dominican Republic.