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Nobody Asked me But… by Mickey Charles

It’s like marriage. Only tougher, and with more wives than one can imagine…even the Mormons with their single accentuated purpose of propagating the herd and its already bountiful selection of more than willing candidates pales by comparison.  Picture life in the 1500’s, 1600’s, 1700’s and the world of the British firmly believing that almost all else on the planet was ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Celebrates Their One Year Anniversary

By Bryan Revello, Editor-in-Chief Last December, New York Sportscene featured a review of Tier 1 Wrestling calling it the “best new Indy you’ve never heard of.” Since that time, the New York City based independent wrestling company continues to impress fans having just celebrated their one year anniversary with a great show on July 10th in Brooklyn. Tier 1 Wrestling ... Read More »

Welcome to the Wrestlers’ Laboratory

The Wrestlers’ Laboratory is a new and experimental wrestling company based in New York City. The brainchild of Tier 1 Wrestling’s Social Media Content Creator Chris Ruiz, this exciting promotion aims to highlight in their words “fresh faces having new matches” and they delivered exactly what they claimed. The first-ever show entitled “Volume 1” took place on July 10th in ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

Which Yankees offensive players could be moved at the deadline? Let’s take a look at the Yankees 8 major offensive positions and discuss which ones are the most likely to be traded. Yes means likely. No means, well not likely… Catcher – Brian McCann Yes. The Yankees would be well minded to try and net a return on the aging ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount again and it’s time for another edition of the Three Periodsblog. Things usually get pretty slow in the summertime and the news grinds to a halt until things pick up before training camp in September. We will have the World Cup of Hockey to get excited for after Labor Day, but things aren’t as busy. ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

TOP 10 DEFENSIVE INTERIOR LINE TACKLERS RIGHT NOW 1. AARON DONALD – RAMS – LAST SEASON – 69 TACKLES (3RD), 22 TACKLES FOR LOSS (1ST); FIRST 2 SEASONS AVG – 20 TACKLES FOR LOSS 2. NDAMUKONG SUH – DOLPHINS – LAST SEASON – 61 TACKLES (5TH), 15 TACKLES FOR LOSS (5TH); CAREER AVG – 50 TACKLES 3. FLETCHER COX – ... Read More »

NY Sports Report with Mike Lalor

The New York Mets (48-41, T-2nd NL East) opened up the second half of the 2016 season with a 5-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies (42-49, 4th NL East) at Citizens Bank Park.  After losing three of four to the first place Washington Nationals (55-36, 1st NL East) to close out the first half, the Mets started their post-All Star ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hit by Bryan Revello

News has broken that the Yankees are having behind-the-scenes issues about how to proceed with the current club. An anonymous source told ESPN that General Manager Brian Cashman and others on the baseball operations side believe the team should sell at the deadline and plan for the future. However, Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine plus others on the business side ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Results from Brooklyn, NY

Tier 1 Wrestling Presents ‘One Year Later…’ Sunday July 10th, 2016 Brooklyn, NY THE “VISIONARY” RIGS ANOTHER VICTORY The opening contest of our stacked one year anniversary event was an impromptu one. The man who won Tier 1 Wrestling’s first official match, FEDERATED’s VsK, demanded competition. As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for. ‘The Visionary’ got competition ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount again with another edition of the Three Periods blog. This week I’ll talk about the recent free agency period that kicked off last weekend. The opening of free agency looked promising at the start of last week, but the biggest fish, Steven Stamkos, re-signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning. There may not have been the ... Read More »