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Report: Kimbo Slice had been awaiting a heart transplant
Mixed martial arts star Kimbo Slice, who died Monday night at the age of 42 , was diagnosed with heart failure and informed he needed a heart transplant, according to a report by the South Florida Sun Sentinel . Citing a medical report made by the Northwest Medical Center in Margate, the Sun
NBA Unanimously Elects Stephen Curry as MVP of the League
The young basketball star is the first player ever to be unanimously elected as the league's MVP.
Broner promises knockout of Theophane
If junior welterweight titleholder Adrien Broner is uptight about his precarious legal situation as he heads into his first defense, he sure isn't showing it. Broner was his typical brash self on Wednesday at the final news conference to promote his first title defense against fringe contender
Five Rounds: Garbrandt talks MMA in New York, Diaz-McGregor and more
Each week, ESPN.com writer and MMA Live Extra analyst Brett Okamoto provides his take on the hottest topics in the world of mixed martial arts. This week, Okamoto squares off with UFC commentator Jon Anik to debate the latest news and trends. Anik, a former host of ESPN's MMA Live, recently made
Frank Sinatra Jr.'s Family Speaks Out About His Death
Frank Sinatra Jr. died Wednesday at the age of 72. Born Francis Wayne Sinatra, he was the son of the great Frank Sinatra and a famed singer in his own right. Sinatra died of cardiac arrest while on tour. His family released a statement to ABC News about his death. "The Sinatra Family mourn the
Frank Sinatra Jr. Dies While on Tour
The 72-year-old son of the legendary singer died in Daytona Beach, Florida, of cardiac arrest.
‘Step By Step’ Star Christine Lakin, 'Al': Where is She Now?
It's been 25 years since Christine Lakin first stole our hearts as the tomboyish Alicia "Al" Lambert, on the 90's sitcom, "Step By Step." Lakin, now 37, landed the role of "Al" when she was 12 years old--a moment that she said even in her young age, she knew was a pretty big deal. "When I found out
De La Hoya to Mayweather: 'As for your fights? We've already forgotten them'
Oscar De La Hoya, the Hall of Fame fighter whose Golden Boy Promotions has become one of boxing's leading promoters, shredded Floyd Mayweather in an open letter, saying that he was "boring" and that "the fight game will be a better one without you in it" in the wake of his recent retirement. In the
De La Hoya taunts Mayweather: 'As for your fights? We've already forgotten them'
Oscar De La Hoya, the Hall of Fame fighter whose Golden Boy Promotions has become one of boxing's leading promoters, shredded Floyd Mayweather , saying that he was "boring" and that "the fight game will be a better one without you in it" in the wake of his recent retirement. In an open letter that