A list consisting of favorite fighting movies could be endless, but we’ve gotta cap it somewhere. So take a few nights to catch up on all these, will ya?
This week’s quiz, we’re taking a trip back to the past. From Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game to a World Series that wasn’t, it’s time to take your shot!
The Sports Post weekly quiz returns! This time we’ve got questions on Lonzo Ball, Paul George, Carson Palmer and so much more. Are you ready?
Gordon Hayward changes teams, Aaron Judge breaks a record, and Connor McDavid gets paid. Are you ready for our latest quiz? Take your shot!
Open your eyes and keep your head up—from Keith Thurman to Shawn Porter and many more in between, the welterweight division is must-see for boxing fans.
This July 4th, we look back at some of the more notable moments throughout sports history—some tragic, many triumphant, and all worth remembering.
Aaron Pico was hyped as MMA’s next big thing. At 18, he was given a contract without a single fight under his belt. Then he lost his debut in 24 seconds.
Before Lisa Leslie was a WNBA star, she embarrassed the heck out of a high school. Plus, remember dominant Tiger Woods? It’s time for our final segment.
The Cubs demote a catcher for assignment, Chris Paul heads to Houston, and so much more. Are you ready for the latest weekly quiz? Take your shot!
Earlier, we had fun with some of the shortest and tallest athletes in history. Now from Bynum to Paige and so much more, how about the youngest and oldest?
From Muggsy Bogues to Manute Bol, finding those of great height (or lack thereof) isn’t difficult. Of course, it isn’t just exclusive to the NBA, either.
We’ve got NBA and NHL Drafts to discuss. There was some controversy across MLB and UFC recently. Have you been paying attention? Take our latest quiz!
It’s a good thing both Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor excel at talking trash, because there isn’t much fight to sell here. Still, what can we expect?
Many thought Muhammad Ali didn’t stand a chance against Sonny Liston back in February of 1964. They were wrong. But it wasn’t all about boxing then, either.
From the 2016 Warriors to the New York Giants and 1987 Minnesota Twins, the best team in the regular season is never guaranteed a championship.
The Houston Astros are red-hot, and we will likely have two new champions by the end of the weekend. Have you been paying attention? Time for another quiz!
In the latest excerpt from Marty Gitlin’s new book, we revisit Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling—touching on the symbol that Louis was, and so much more.