1. Solving the Wade Barrett Situation

    On June 1st, the WWE’s next breakout star was introduced on the NXT Season Finale, and his name is Wade Barrett. To me, it was pretty clear that the WWE had either Barrett or Daniel Bryan slated to win NXT...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about 4 years ago 950 reads 13 comments

  2. Why Is Bettman Avoiding Winnipeg?

    Last year, one of the most passionate debates between American and Canadian hockey fans was sparked. It was when Jim Balsillie had tried to take over the struggling Phoenix Coyotes ...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 289 reads 0 comments

  3. Canada vs. USA: A Game For the Ages

    AUTHOR’S NOTE—I wrote this article yesterday, so please ignore any reference to the article being published at about 5:00 on Monday.     Yes. That is all I have to say.     Yes...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 518 reads 0 comments

  4. The Drama That is Phoenix, Arizona

    May 3, 1995 was the last time that NHL Hockey was played in Winnipeg before the Jets moved down south to Phoenix...

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  5. Penguins: A Change In Momentum

    To be honest, I was starting to worry about the Pittsburgh Penguins. They were in what you could call a slump. Don’t get me wrong, they were winning games, but for the past week or so, the Pens have just seemed off their game...

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  6. The Royal Rumble Match: Jericho vs. Edge?, CM Punk Has Gone Too Far

    The Royal Rumble PPV was last night. Was it a successful one? It’s too early too tell.     Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past day—which could have very well happened—Edge has returned and has won the Royal Rumble...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 1,387 reads 3 comments

  7. Hockey Day In Canada: My Preview

    The 10th anniversary of Hockey Day in Canada is just around the corner. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this Canadian tradition, it is the only day where all 6 Canadian NHL teams are in action, playing each other...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 106 reads 1 comments

  8. Formula One Racing: It's Off To The Races

    There is just 50 days remaining until the first race of the 2010 Formula One Season at Sakhir in Bahrain, there is still many questions to be answered. Drivers are still on the move, and the future of USF1 and Campos are still unknown...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 157 reads 2 comments

  9. Alex Pechurskiy Sure Showed Us..

    For those who don’t follow the NHL very closely, let me explain this article to you. The Pittsburgh Penguins are in a slump. In fact, in their last ten games, the Pens are 4-6-0...

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  10. Canada Faces The USA: The Ultimate Showdown

    There are many yearly traditions that North Americans celebrate for the New Year. Among those are watching Dick Clark, again; Champagne; and the World Junior Hockey Championships...

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  11. Rangers vs Islanders: Tortorella Loses It, Again

    It doesn’t matter if it’s Larry Brooks or just some random Caps’ fan; John Tortorella is an instant classic. Last night, Torts did it again...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 60 reads 2 comments

  12. What Will Happen to ECW?

    As most of you know, the ECW Brand of the WWE is soon folding. The exact future of the brand is currently unknown, however we can only assume that the current wrestlers on the ECW roster will ...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 699 reads 2 comments

  13. TLC: What Should've Happened to the World Heavyweight Championship

    Last night’s TLC PPV was interesting to say the absolute least. There were 3 title changes, however a fourth was imminent...

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  14. Forget Tiger Woods: Who We Should Be Focusing On

    With Tiger Woods feeding the entertainment industry with his apparent “affairs”, not only the World of Golf, but all the gossip shows and news networks are picking up this story and running ...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 208 reads 1 comments

  15. Keith Ballard and Tomas Vokoun: My Take

    Just a couple days ago, the Atlanta Thrashers faced off against the Florida Panthers at Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. A few years ago, this game would’ve just been just some game between two cellar dwellers and nothing else...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 353 reads 0 comments

  16. Top 10 Most Annoying NHL Play-By-Play Announcers

    When the greatest sports teams on the planet play each other, there has to be exposure. When I say exposure, I mean that the greatest news teams around the world are covering this one event of epic servings...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 9,240 reads 18 comments

  17. Super Indy Baseball: Can It Work?

    "Super Independent Baseball offers affordable, family fun and entertainment through our national pastime and will provide our product to communities throughout the United States of America who ...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 273 reads 0 comments

  18. The NHL's Most Under and Overrated Players

    The NHL is one of the biggest sports leagues on the planet. They have some of the greatest personalities in sports, and not to mention the skills of their players...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 1,509 reads 5 comments

  19. Chris Masters Deserves Better

    It was February 21st, 2005 and Stevie Richards was in the ring, awaiting his opponent. His opponent, was Chris Masters. He was said to have a body that was so perfect, that he was made of stone...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 343 reads 10 comments

  20. Vance Archer: Bad Name, Solid Future

    The New Superstar initiative was brought in by ECW GM Tiffany in June of this year. Since then, ECW has gotten a completely new look...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 357 reads 7 comments

  21. An X-Ray Of The New York Islanders

    It took them almost a month until they got their first win of the season, now it’s only three weeks after their first win, and the New York Islanders are just barely out of the playoffs...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 67 reads 3 comments

  22. Carolina Hurricanes And Tampa Bay Lightning: Fallen Powerhouses

    Five years ago, the Stanley Cup was raised above the head of then-captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Dave Andreychuk. Two years later, Rod Brind’amour, the captain of the Carolina Hurricanes, had the same once-in-a-lifetime opportunity...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 99 reads 2 comments

  23. Jim Ross, Matt Striker, Byron Saxton, Oh My!!

    As all of you know, there has been many changes, regarding the WWE commentator booth in the past few weeks. I am writing today to clear everything up for the B/R universe, and also put in my own two cents, on how the WWE is dealing with this situation..

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 627 reads 9 comments

  24. Miz Vs Morrison: Questions Unanswered

    While I wouldn’t rate the WWE Bragging Rights PPV a ten on the richter scale for shock, it did have it’s shining moments, such as Batista finally giving in, Big Show betraying team RAW ...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 279 reads 5 comments

  25. 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix: Button Triumphs, Kobayashi Leaves His Mark

    The 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix was one of the greatest races I have ever seen. It had a great start, and the crowd was absolutely beyond boisterous when Rubens Barrichello came out of the start with the lead...

    Michael Nellis Written by Michael Nellis about over 4 years ago 499 reads 0 comments