Last month just days before America’s biggest sporting event of the year, former NFL wide receiver Michael Irvin was pulled from his NFL Network coverage of Super Bowl 57. Irvin lost not only his scheduled appearance alongside Stephen A. Smith on the hit ESPN show “First Take,” but many paid personal appearances in the... Continue Reading →
19-Year-Old American Chess Grandmaster Hans Niemann Sues Chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen and Others for $400 Million
 Last Thursday, in the United States District Court of the Eastern District of Missouri, 19-year-old American chess grandmaster Hans Niemann filed a lawsuit accusing chess world champion Magnus Carlsen and others of maliciously colluding to defame him and ruining his career by blacklisting him from chess. Niemann is seeking an award of at least... Continue Reading →
Habs’ Logan Mailloux: A Deserved Second Chance or One Chance Too Many?
(Photo via Ivanoh Demers/Radio-Canada) Lost among several recent, unfortunate stories of sexual misconduct throughout the hockey world, Logan Mailloux signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Montreal Canadiens earlier this month. The Habs controversially selected Mailloux 31st overall in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, after Mailloux withdrew his name from the Draft. Mailloux was convicted... Continue Reading →
Golf Defaming Patrick Reed?
Photo via GOLF.com Media outlets criticizing professional athletes is just a part of the entertainment business, right? Patrick Reed believes Golf Channel has gone too far and claims that they have defamed him. Patrick Reed, former PGA Tour player and current LIV Tour player, withdrew his $750 million lawsuit against Golf Channel and analyst... Continue Reading →