Both of them had recently gained a 'single' status and it did not take long for them to get on the same page. Initially, the exchange of tweets looked like a direct try to troll the fans but the latest edition of WWE’s The Bump indicated something else. Dana Brooke appeared on the Youtube show to address the rumours and eventually confirmed that she will soon go on a date-night with Hollywood superstar, Dave Bautista. Although, she did not confirm when that will happen. But it’s almost certain that Dana Brooke and Batista have all the intentions to become the next power couple. Brooke, one of the unused female talents in the WWE stated that their romance started brewing during Ride Along. She also added that she was being rejected after asking multiple men out. Later, a fan discovered Batista's tweet of being single again as well as Brooke’s status which helped to setup this future relationship. This was the moment according to Brooke, when the duo decided to "put two … [Read more...] about WWE superstars Dana Brooke and Batista set for first date?
It turned out to be a pretty wild night of basketball Wednesday. Purdue absolutely stomped Virginia. Villanova had trouble with Penn. Ohio State thumped North Carolina. There is more where that came from, though, so here’s what else you need to know from a busy night of hoops around the country. 1. The Big Ten dominated the ACC in the challenge’s final night As noted above, the Big Ten not only took care of business in the two highest-profile games of the third and final night of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, but absolutely walloped their opponents. Truly, Purdue and Ohio State embarrassed Virginia and North Carolina. That wasn’t the limits of the Big Ten’s success, however. Third-ranked Maryland decimated Notre Dame (72-51) and Penn State smacked Wake Forest (76-54). Georgia Tech did beat Nebraska (73-56), and NC State outlasted Wisconsin (69-54), in the lower-tier games. What we learned Wednesday was that the Big Ten’s strength at the top of the conference … [Read more...] about Three Things to Know: Big Ten dominates, DePaul stays perfect, Georgetown wins
Every day in the NBA there is a lot to unpack, so every weekday morning throughout the season we will give you the three things you need to know from the last 24 hours in the NBA. 1) Lakers make a defensive statement in back-to-back road wins in Denver, Utah. After winning 10 games in a row against the softest part of their schedule, the calendar flipping to December was supposed to start a real test for the Lakers. No more playing hard for 24 minutes and getting a victory, no more sloppy quarters leading to a comeback win — the Dallas Mavericks made that clear on Sunday. Los Angeles answered that with back-to-back road wins where their defense — led by Anthony Davis — shut down the Nuggets and Jazz. Through the two games, the Lakers allowed less than a point per possession (96.5 defensive net rating total), including holding Donovan Mitchell and Utah to 96 points (and a 97 net rating) on the second night of a back-to-back. The Jazz shot just 41 percent as a team for … [Read more...] about Three Things to Know: Lakers make defensive statement in back-to-back road wins
Another day, another “how did they miss that?” call in the NBA. At least this one is not going to lead to a protest. LeBron James blatantly traveled when bringing the ball up the court during the first quarter against the Jazz, and the officials completely missed it. Refs miss an obvious LeBron travel pic.twitter.com/tegV58kFUh — The Render (@TheRenderNBA2) December 5, 2019 There was a double-dribble in there by LeBron, too, if we’re going to be sticklers for the rules. Which clearly we are not. After the game LeBron owned it, via Dave McMenamin of ESPN. “It was the worst thing, probably one of the worst things I’ve ever done in my career,” James said after the game… “I didn’t realize I did it until halftime. One of my coaches showed me.” The reaction of Bojan Bogdanovic is maybe my favorite part, he’s incredulous. This play did not impact the game, the Lakers ran away from Jazz early and went on to win 121-96 … [Read more...] about LeBron James blatantly, obviously travels, referees miss it and don’t make call