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Saturday, August 1, 2015

Sports Business

UFC Going to Network TV in 2011, Potential MMA Channel in Future

Though the popularity of MMA is growing immensely, there aren’t too many places to find coverage of the UFC on TV. There’s Spike, Versus, and of course pay-per-view for most of the big cards. Strikeforce has been on CBS and their cards are found on Showtime, HDNet airs Dream fights, and Bellator cards are seen…Read More

Brookline Considering Hiking Meter Prices to $20 for Red Sox Game Nights

Everything about going to a ballgame has become expensive.  Everything about going to a Boston Red Sox game has become even more expensive.  Want to park close to the ballpark?  That’ll be $40.  Want a beer?  $8 please.  A bottle of water?  For you, $4.50.  However, if you’re somehow lucky enough to find one of…Read More

People Already Hate the Miami Heat

In the wake of his decision to leave Cleveland and join the Miami Heat Super Team, it’s no surprise that LeBron James has become a villian.  We already knew Clevelanders hated him, but the latest Q Scores that were released Tuesday morning reveal that most people dislike King James.  According to The Q Score Company,…Read More

Players Are Uniting, Have Weapons to Fight Owners

Prior to the Saints/Vikings season opener on Thursday night, the players gathered on their respective sidelines and held a finger in the air to show a sign of solidarity in the face of a labor dispute. The goal was for the players to get the fans on their side as they prepare for a fight…Read More

NFL Attendance Could Drop to Lowest Levels in Over 10 Years

It’s the economy, right?  It has to be the economy.  What else could possibly keep fans from paying $150 per ticket, $35 to park, $9 for a beer, and $4 for a pretzel?  The second coming of the Great Depression has to be the reason NFL attendance could drop to its lowest levels since 1998,…Read More

Breaking Down America’s 50 Highest-Earning Athletes

Sports Illustrated has released its seventh annual “Fortunate 50″ list, which gives us a sense of the type of money American athletes made last year based on salary, winnings, endorsements and appearance fees.  Despite the epic downfall of his image, Tiger Woods remained at the top of the list with nearly $30 million to spare. …Read More

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