Holly Holm made Ronda Rousey eat dust four months ago. Miesha Tate knocked Holm down last Saturday. Is this Rousey's chance to get the title back? She now has the chance to, even without a rematch against Holm. She just needs to beat Tate.
Dominic Thiem from Austria, the youngest of ATP's top 20 male tennis players, won his first Argentina Open title on Sunday.
Freddie Roach doesn't think Miguel Cotto will want to shed 15 pounds just to fight Juan Manuel Maquez.
The New York Yankees will honor retired relief pitcher Mariano Rivera with a special plaque on Aug. 14.
Hristo Stoichkov doesn't think Neymar will switch from FC Barcelona to Real Madrid next La Liga season.
UFC president Dana White said he loves Jose Aldo. Both are currently discussing the Brazilian's possible title match against Conor McGregor.
MLB fans await the final verdict from commissioner Rob Manfred regarding the league-wide retirement of Roberto Clemente's jersey number.
Zinedine Zidane thinks Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player in the world, despite his lackluster scoring output for Real Madrid.
Andre Ward and Sullivan Barrera will clash on March 26. The winner will likely book a title match against unbeaten three-belt light-heavyweight kingpin Sergey Kovalev later this year.
Lionel Messi will undergo surgery to treat his kidney stones, but he will likely suit up for Barca's match against Valencia on Wednesday.
Some national Olympic committees have given their athletes the freedom to join or forgo the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil, despite constant announcements from the International Olympic Committee that Zika will not hinder the success of the event.
44-year old Tony Thompson will challenge undefeated WBA interim heavyweight champion Luis "The Real King Kong" Ortiz on March 5 at the D.C. Armory.
TV Azteca's sports journalist Ines Sainz was greatly ignored in the Super Bowl 50 by players of the Denver Broncos who were victorious versus the Carolina Panthers.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.