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Friday, December 15, 2017

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OK all you wrestling fans (and I put myself in this category having just watched Wrestle-Mania 26), I'm going to tell you a true story about the life of the Chairman Vince McMahon. But of course I tell it like no-one else, because I use the all new and all different 'Life Cycles' analysis, which primarily looks at what happens in a person's 'Revolution Years'. That is every 12 years, which means the ages of 12,24,36,48 and 60 (in Vince's case). I am saying there is an upheaval in your life every 12 years and that it ushers in a new era and that you are not fully in control of events. I just... Read More

Four Day Splendor Of Cheltenham Festival

One of the most celebrated events in the United Kingdom, Cheltenham Festival, is a remarkable meeting of the biggest jumps filled with magic and madness. On the face of it, the event is noted as a prestigious meeting that features best race horses and offers huge prize money.

Usually, the race includes a cast of best British and Irish trained horses competing against each other. This top class sport is a rare event and considered as passion and fun by masses of audience. Generally held for four days in the month of March, the gala is known... Read More

Millions of people have been touched by the death Monday night of boxing icon Joe Frazier. Frazier passed away last night of liver cancer, and remains one of boxing’s true legends.

On Twitter after hearing of Frazier's death, Floyd Mayweather Jr. tweeted, "My condolences go out to the family of the late great Joe Frazier. #TheMoneyTeam will pay for his Funeral services." Mayweather extended a similar gesture, earlier this year when he paid for for the funeral Genaro Hernandez.

Frazier, struggled financially after his boxing career ended. According to th LA Times, Frazier... Read More

India’s inaugural Formula One (F1) race – the Airtel Indian Grand Prix – is finally over. And by all yardsticks, it is a significant success. There was a substantial crowd presence on race day (close to 80,000 would be a reasonable estimate), pan-Indian enthusiasm, sponsor and corporate interest and a huge global television audience. Add to that adequate infrastructure which, most importantly, was developed on time. Last but not least, a sizeable section of the population embraced the spectacle in a manner never associated with Delhi’s last mega-event, Commonwealth Games 2010. This overwhelming... Read More

Hello for October. My next guest is very big news in the sport of cycling and both a proud Australian and a true world figure- Cadel Evans. Without a doubt this gruelling cycling marathon around France must be one of the greatest endurance sporting events on the calendar. My son is very fit and an avid cyclist. A little while ago he completed just one leg of the contest, involving the hilliest part of the Tour. Keen amateurs and former racers did this 'for fun' and less than half the field completed the one day torture course. In a totally different way my 'Life Charts' are a theoretical marathon,... Read More

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Will the flight from St. Louis to to Dallas-Fort Worth cause 2 offenses to magcially reappear. As David Boey sang "Ch.chhh.chhhh...changes" including temperatures that will be approximimately 20 degrees warmer in Texas than in Washington, a ballpark that was the leading offensive stadium in the majors for runs scored and home runs during the regular season and a Texas team that looks like it may have gained some "mojo".Tony La Russa, the Cards manager, is well aware of this difference when he said that "The ball does carry here, and you're going to have some danger... Read More

In his first World Series start, the St. Louis Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia broke three bats during the first 2 innings. He made it look easy with nine up and nine down. Garcia got the start partially because he has been superior at home than on the road this season. With no score after 3 innings Garcia looks extremely poised at Busch Stadium.

For the Rangers, right-hander Colby Lewis is in control with the the only exception being a second-inning walk given up to Matt Holliday. Lewis has been extremely ffective for Texas in the postseason. During the past two years he has gone... Read More

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