Eduardo Dantas defended the Bellator bantamweight championship last night against Marcos Galvão at Bellator 89 on SpikeTV. Dantas landed a beautiful uppercut that floored Galvão in the second round. The punch came shortly after Dantas kicked Galvão in the head which sent Galvao sprawling. Dantas is now 5-0 in Bellator as well as the promotion’s first bantamweight champ. The Brazilian is 15-3 in his career, but had lost his last fight which took place outside Bellator.
San Diego moving companies give the finger to Dean Spanos, Chargers.
Oregon Ducks football coach Willie Taggart is off to an interesting start in Eugene — three players were hospitalized after recent (…)
Draymond Green and LeBron James collision. pic.twitter.com/HmVW7LoDXa — ⓂarcusD2.0 (@_MarcusD2_) January (…)
Bill "Picasso" Simmons Has 3-Way Trade Idea for Melo to Clippers That Would Be Asinine for the Lakers
Bill Simmons has a Carmelo Anthony trade idea that’s so bad I can’t comprehend it.
Roy has gotten some big name prospects to come to his school as a first year coach.
Giannis is ridiculous.
Everyone calm down.
Hopefully this is nothing major.