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Mayweather decisions Maidana again
LAS VEGAS -- Whatever difficulties pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. had in his first fight against Marcos Maidana in May, they are ancient history. Mayweather put on a boxing master class in their rematch, cruising to a unanimous decision to retain his welterweight and junior middleweight world titles before 16,144 on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The judges had it 116-111, 116-111 and 115-112, all for Mayweather. ESPN.com had it 119-108 for Mayweather, who took much less punishment than he did the last time out, although, in a bizarre sequence, he claimed that Maidana bit his hand during the eighth round. The rematch was a far cry from the action-packed first fight on May 3, when they met to unify welterweight titles and Maidana nearly pulled the upset. The wild-swinging Maidana relentlessly attacked him and gave Mayweather perhaps the most difficult fight of his brilliant unbeaten career, but Mayweather won a majority decision, also at the...
Players tweet on Adrian Peterson
The news of Adrian Peterson's arrest for child abuse drew a mixed reaction from other NFL players, reigniting debates about parenting and corporal punishment while demonstrating the cultural divide regarding the issue. Peterson turned himself in early Saturday after being indicted for using a branch to spank his 4-year-old son, prompting several NFL players to tweet their own experiences with childhood discipline. Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett claimed he also was hit with a "switch," a tree branch that Peterson used to discipline his child. I got a ass whippn at 5 with a switch that's lasted about 40mins and couldn't sit for 2days. It's was all love though. Times have changed! - DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) September 13, 2014 Saints running back Mark Ingram also tweeted that he was disciplined as a child, stating that his parents wanted him to "be the best human...
Re-examining NBA racism campaign
The most intriguing part of this Atlanta Hawks story was never what happened, but what would happen next. That's why not even general manager Danny Ferry's indefinite leave of absence -- which followed Bruce Levenson's announcement that he would sell his stake in the team -- can be considered an end game or even a turning point. There needs to be simultaneous explanation from the NBA about why it has not vigorously pursued and identified the original source of the disparaging remarks about Luol Deng based on Deng's ethnicity and purged that person from the league. Until that happens -- indeed, the fact that it has already taken so long for this to happen -- the implication is that there's a place in the NBA for those thoughts. Keep in mind what commissioner Adam Silver said while announcing his lifetime ban of Donald Sterling for that infamous conversation posted on TMZ: "Sentiments of this kind are contrary to the principles of inclusion and respect that form...
Jay Cutler Rallies Bears Past 49ers in Fourth
Jay Cutler throws 3 fourth-quarter TD passes, rallies Bears past 49ers 28-20
Gates' 3 TD Catches Carry Bolts to 30-21 Upset
Gates' 3 TD catches carry Chargers to 30-21 upset of Seahawks
Broncos Fend off Chiefs 24-17 With Goal-Line Stand
Terrance Knighton's batted down pass preserves Broncos' 24-17 win over scrappy Chiefs
Another Injury for RG3; Redskins Top Jaguars 41-10
Another serious injury for RG3, who dislocates ankle early in Redskins' 41-10 win over Jaguars
Rodgers, Packers Roar Back to Beat Jets 31-24
Rodgers, Nelson and Packers roar back to beats Jets 31-24 after trailing by 18
Brady, Patriots Bounce Back to Beat Vikings 30-7
Brady, Patriots bounce back to beat Peterson-less Vikings 30-7, pick off Cassel 4 times
Panthers DE Hardy Inactive Against Lions
Panthers coach Rivera says he deactivated DE Greg Hardy because the team 'has to get it right'
Horschel Caps Amazing Run With FedEx Cup
Billy Horschel ends playoff run with a $10 million jackpot at East Lake
RG3, Charles Among Big Names Injured in Week 2
Ouch! Busy day for trainers as RG3, Charles, Green among big names injured in Week 2
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