Wrestlemania 35, The Results

We are ready to bet, maybe on websites reported on bet-pa.com, that for millions of fans scattered across all continents, Sunday, April 7, 2019, will be an unforgettable day because of Wrestlemania 35, the show that, also considering the kickoff, has seen as many as 17 matches disputed. So let’s go and find out the … Read more

Wrestlemania 35 has made history

In Wrestlemania 35, the history of wrestling and, more generally, of sports entertainment has been written. This had been known long before the event so much so that anyone could bet on it, perhaps on the websites proposed by bet-ny.com, exactly at the moment when World Wrestling Entertainment and its leadership led by the owner … Read more

Michigan vs. Ohio State: A look back to 1993 – 25 years ago today

As we all continue to get hyped up for Saturday’s matchup between #4 Michigan and #10 Ohio State, let’s take a look back at the 1993 Matchup. This installment of the rivalry saw a 9-0-1 Ohio State team visit Ann Arbor to take on a 6-4, unranked Michigan squad. Embed from Getty Images On November 20, 1993, Michigan hosted #5 Ohio State … Read more

Today in Detroit Sports History – 2003 – Michigan Beats Michigan St. 27-20

We all know by now that Michigan beat Michigan State two weeks ago 21-7. It was a dominant defensive performance by the Wolverines holding Michigan State to 16 yards rushing. In 2003, it was a similar result as Michigan marched towards a Big Ten title. On November 1, 2003, #11 Michigan (7-2, 4-1) went into … Read more

Today in Detroit Sports History – October 31, 1993 – Detroit Lions storm back to shock Vikings

25 years ago today, the 5-2 Detroit Lions traveled to Minneapolis to take on the 4-2 Minnesota Vikings. A pivotal NFC North battle ensued that would pave the way for the Detroit Lions to march their way to the playoffs. WR Herman Moore would turn out to provide a memorable catch in this contest. Embed … Read more

Today in Detroit Sports History: 1934 – Detroit Lions get 7th straight shutout

On October 28, 1934, the Detroit Lions pitch their 7th consecutive shutout by defeating the Cincinnati Reds 38-0. Let me say that again; in 1934, the Detroit Lions had seven consecutive shutouts. I’m not talking baseball, this is football, ladies and gentleman. That is how good your Lions were at one point in time. The … Read more

Today in Detroit Sports History: In 1951, Joe Louis fights for the last time

Joseph Louis Barrow. Joe Louis. Mahogany Mauler. The Brown Bomber. Call him what you want, Joe Louis was one of the great boxing champions of all time, and he made Detroit his home. Embed from Getty Images The Brown Bomber was born in a rural area of Alabama to a sharecropper and his wife. One … Read more