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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Sports Business

Phil Mickelson overtakes Tiger Woods as highest-paid golfer?

Ever since Tiger Woods became Tiger Woods, he has always been the top earner in professional golf. The only other golfer who comes close to matching Tiger’s earnings each year is Phil Mickelson. According to Forbes, Mickelson actually earned a tiny bit more than Woods over the past year. Phil checks in at No. 8…Read More

Masters concession menu prices have gone up slightly

One of the most unique traditions that accompanies the greatest golf tournament of the calendar year is incredibly affordable concession prices. Believe it or not, you don’t have to break the bank to eat and drink at Augusta National during the Masters. That said, the prices have increased slightly over the past few years. Augusta…Read More

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight to cost $99 on PPV

We all know Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao are going to take home a record amount of cash after their May 2 title fight, but some of you may be wondering where the incredible stream of revenue will come from. The answer? Your pockets. Joe Flint of The Wall Street Journal reports that the…Read More

Nate Diaz goes off on new UFC uniforms

The UFC officially announced on Tuesday that it has reached an apparel deal with Reebok. Rather than relying on their own sponsorships, fighters will be given “kits” at the start of their fight week that include a uniform they will wear inside the octagon. The six-year deal kicks in next July, and Nate Diaz is…Read More

Nets.com owned by 69-year-old Jane Hill and her son

The Brooklyn Nets do not own the rights to the domain name www.nets.com. All that has been known about that domain name to this point is that it is consistently used to troll the Nets, presumably in an attempt to coax the team into buying it. Finally, the identity behind the heckling has been revealed….Read More

Colin Kaepernick covers logo on Beats by Dre headphones

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was fined $10,000 last week after he wore Beats by Dre headphones during his postgame press conference. The NFL recently reached an audio deal with Bose and banned Beats by Dre products from appearing on television as a result. That doesn’t mean Kaepernick is going to stop wearing them….Read More

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