The Denver Broncos are champions and now the NFL is set to being the off-season but as the off-season begins an entire new set of stories will take the headlines.
The NFL continues their love of offence but no matter how good offence gets it seems like the old saying “defence wins championships” continues to ring true.
The welterweight division saw a shift as UFC Fight Night 82 saw a prospect finally rise to show some promise for an interesting future in the division.
It was a busy week in the NHL as the all-star break marked the unofficial halfway point but one player is looking at a long time off before he can get back to it.
The biggest party in the history of the NFL is set to get underway with an oddly familiar match-up between the veterans and the new age.
After plenty of changes UFC 196 has turned into UFC Fight Night 82 but the main event could still provide plenty of fireworks.
The Pro Football Hall of fame Class of 2016 will be announced during Super Bowl week with plenty of former players that could make there way to Canton in August.
Ryan Bader took his five-fight win streak to New Jersey while stepping up in competition against the #2 fighter in the division, Anthony Johnson.
The NHL All-Star Game received a little more intrigue over the past few months as the saga of John Scott continues to make headlines.
The light heavyweight division should be an interesting this year and the story will all start when two top contenders face-off at UFC on FOX 18.