Michelle Beadle and Rachel Nichols made headlines Saturday for saying they had been denied credentials for the Floyd Mayweather Jr.
At the request of Floyd Mayweather Jr., CNN reporter Rachel Nichols and ESPN reporter Michelle Beadle will not be covering the boxing event that many are calling the “fight of the century.
If you were looking to catch a late-night airing of SportsCenter on ESPN2 Sunday night, you were out of luck.
Someone might have to arrest Scott Van Pelt for committing ESPN-on-ESPN crime Tuesday night.
Marshall Henderson had been waiting two years to finally get back at Erin Andrews over Twitter, and he finally got his opportunity to do so on Monday.
ESPN announced on Thursday that Britt McHenry has been suspended for one week after a video of her berating a tow truck company employee went viral.
Britt McHenry addressed the video of her berating a tow truck company cashier in a statement issued via Twitter Thursday and apologized for her actions.
A video that shows ESPN’s Britt McHenry berating a parking lot attendant is circulating the internet, and it is not pretty.