Connect with us


Watch Richard Sherman Punch Phil Bates In The Face



Super Bowl champion, Richard Sherman is so serious about winning that nobody can stand in his way, not even his own teammates.

On Wednesday during a minicamp, the 26-year-old cornerback got physical with fellow Seahawks teammate Phil Bates which led to an all out brawl. The altercation happened as the two came into contact during one of their plays and would not let go of each other. The situation quickly escalated and soon enough, helmets were off and the two were punching each other in the the face.

Teammates quickly jumped in to stop the fight which led to a small scuffle between the offense and the defense but the fight quickly cooled down.

“I think that’s what makes us great, there’s not a whole lot of teams that’s going to go that hard every single practice,” linebacker Bobby Wagner said about the fight. “We go that hard every single time we step out on this field and that’s exactly why we did what we did.”

Obviously, there was no bad blood between the two because by the end of practice they were seen laughing and talking to each other.

Take a look at a video of the fight below:

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Celtics React To Gordon Hayward’s Nasty Season Opener Ankle Fracture



Boston Celtics player Gordon Hayward hit the hard wood in Cleveland on Tuesday night for the team’s season opener. Unfortunately, the night took a turn for the worst when Hayward suffered a nasty injury that will leave him out for quite some time.

Less than six minutes into the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Gordon was going up for an alley-oop when he landed wrong. When his feet hit the floor, his left ankle just snapped.

Coach Brad Stevens later confirmed that Hayward suffered a fractured tibia and a dislocated ankle.

According to reports, LeBron James went to check on his opponent during the game.

Kyrie Irving also told reporters post game that “It’s tough. I’ve seen a few injuries in my career and I’ve had a few,” Irving said. “Probably two of the worst ones I’ve been in the game watching — one was [George] at USA and this one tonight. It’s not a great sight to see, but you gotta pick yourself up. Just keep on fighting, man.”

He added, “We understand that [Hayward], God willing, will be fine, and we’re going to continue to pray for him and be there for him as best we can.”

Isaiah Thomas, who helped recruit Gordon to the Celtics, tweeted: “Woke up this morning praying hard for my guy … Minor setback for a MAJOR comeback my brotha, all love from me!”


The athlete, who signed a four-year, $128 million deal, has yet to comment.


Continue Reading





%d bloggers like this: