ESPN ranked the degree of difficulty for 60 different sports from hardest to easiest. Do you agree with the list?
ESPN ranked the degree of difficulty for 60 different sports from hardest to easiest. Do you agree with the list? pic.twitter.com/t0skQ2NA7c— DraftKings (@DraftKings) June 4, 2023
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IPL 2023 : Chennai super King wins a thriller to lift their fifth trohpy
𝗗𝗢 𝗡𝗢𝗧 𝗠𝗜𝗦𝗦!Two shots of excellence and composure!Finishing in style, the Ravindra Jadeja way 🙌#TATAIPL | #Final | #CSKvGT pic.twitter.com/EbJPBGGGFu— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 29, 2023
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Has anyone ever bought a professional sports team out of spite?
So weird question I know and I’m not quite sure if I’m allowed to post something like this in this subreddit but I was watching Succession and at one point one of the characters Roman buys the Hearts Football club for his ultra wealthy Dad’s birthday thinking it was his beloved team. Turns out his Dad is actually a Hibs fan one of their chief rivals. It would be like buying an Arsenal fan Tottenham or a Red Sox fan the Yankees. So this had me thinking of what absurd things I would possibly do if I was obscenely wealthy and could buy a rival sports team and shrug it off like it was nothing.
One of the things that came to mind would be since I’m a diehard Bengals fan instead of buying the Bengals I would buy either the St...
Luton Town have been promoted to the premier League just 9 years after their return to the football league. Their stadium, Kenilworth Road, will become the smallest ground in league history at 10,345.
WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE! 🏆#COVLUT | #COYH pic.twitter.com/gFgR6Ulc3N— Luton Town FC (@LutonTown) May 27, 2023
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