AFTV: Fans Views or Giving Toxicity a Platform?

Anyone who’s a football fan (and probably quite a few who aren’t) will know who AFTV are. For those who don’t, AFTV (formerly known as Arsenal Fan TV) are a channel on YouTube created and hosted by Robbie Lyle who create content about Arsenal football club. The videos that gain the most attention are the […]

Men’s Mental Health Within Sport

*TRIGGER WARNING* Will focus on serious and potentially upsetting content This is going to be a much more serious post today but an incredibly important one nonetheless. There is a crisis regarding men’s mental health in today’s society. Every 60 seconds, a man somewhere around the world takes his life. Suicide remains to be the […]

Japan: The Rugby Story of the Host Nation You Can’t Help But Love

The Rugby World Cup is well underway in Japan and despite the tournament being less than two weeks old it’s already shaping up to be a cracker. There have been brilliant performances from the big boys and a few surprises too from some of the second tier nations. Wales v Australia turned out to be […]

KSI vs Logan Paul 2: The Internet Stars Going Pro

So this is bound to divide opinion. It was announced on Tuesday the 3rd of September that the boxing rematch between YouTube stars KSI (real name Olajide Olatunji) and Logan Paul will take place on the 9th of November in the Staples Centre, Los Angeles, following their first bout which took place in Manchester last […]

Bury FC’s D-Day: An example of all that’s wrong in English football

As of today, the 23rd of August 2019, Bury football club stand of the brink of expulsion from the English Football League due to financial issues. They have been in financial crisis since owner, Steve Dale, bought the club in December 2018 and now are staring expulsion in the eye if nobody comes forward to […]

Ruiz v Joshua 2: Saudi Arabia showdown. Yay or nay?

After what’s felt like forever since the first fight and nearly 10 weeks of negotiations, the highly anticipated rematch of Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua for the WBA Super, WBO and IBF world heavyweight titles has been finally announced for December 7th. Since the upset at Madison Square Garden which rocked the boxing world […]

Premier League Transfer Window: Who were the biggest winners and losers?

The transfer window slammed shut yesterday for Premier League and Championship clubs before the Premier League season kicking off tonight with Champions of Europe, Liverpool taking on newly promoted and last season’s Championship winners Norwich City. A crazy amount of money was spent in the Premier League this window and especially in the top 6 […]

Is America’s Game about to get a bit more British?

In just less than 5 weeks’ time the NFL will kick off its centurion season with all 32 teams hoping their roads will lead to Miami for Super Bowl LVI. The current favourites with the bookies are reigning champions the New England Patriots with Belichick’s men hoping to win a record breaking 7th Lombardi Trophy […]

The Popularity of American Sports in the UK and its Future

Christ it’s been a long time since the last post, sorry about that. I’ve been on holiday twice since I last posted and it’s been a pretty mental few weeks but we’re back. So, what’s happened in the meantime? Boris Johnson has been chosen as the new Prime Minister (eugh) and Europe are in the […]

Heavy Duty: One of the non-PPV Shows of the Year

In less than two weeks’ time heavyweight boxing is coming to the O2 arena with arguably the two most promising young British heavyweights, Daniel Dubois and Nathan Gorman, squaring off for the British Heavyweight Championship. The card dubbed “Heavy Duty” is packed with talent from top to bottom featuring young promising fighters and some more […]

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