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WWE Night of Champions Predictions

Posted: September 16, 2012 by Rob Barros in Sports, WWE
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Tonight, WWE Presents Night of Champions on Pay-Per-View. Here are my predictions for the announced matches.
-Pre-Show Battle Royal to determine Antonio Cesaro’s opponent for the U.S Championship. (Prediction: Brodus Clay Wins)

It has not been announced exactly who will be in the battle royal, but on this past episode of Smackdown, both Tyson Kidd and Brodus Clay confronted Antonio Cesaro, so you can get the idea that maybe one of those two will win. My guess would be the big man, Brodus Clay wins and finally wins a championship in WWE.



NFL Week 2 Picks (Video)

Posted: September 16, 2012 by Rob Barros in NFL, Sports, Uncategorized

A video of our picks for Week 2 of the NFL season.

Dallas Cowboys Defeat New York Giants 24-17

Posted: September 7, 2012 by Rob Barros in NFL, Sports

The 2012 NFL season kicked off last night as the defending Superbowl champion New York Giants played host to the Dallas Cowboys.  The Giants were the favorite heading into the contest featuring a relentless pass rush against a questionable Cowboys offensive line. In the early going, both defenses came up with big plays, as Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee forced a key fumble on Giants rookie running back, David Wilson. That fumble would kill a drive that was moving well into the Cowboys side of the field. The Giants defense would respond later on in the 2nd quarter when linebacker Michael Boley intercepted quarterback Tony Romo. During the run back it seemed Michael Boley was poised to score, but Cowboys offensive tackle, Tyron Smith committed a horse-collar penalty that would prove to be a key play in the game, as the ball was placed at the one yard line. You would think that the Giants should’ve easily scored, but the Cowboys defense stood their ground and forced the Giants to kick a field goal. Later, in the 2nd quarter, with about 3 minutes to go, the Cowboys marched down the field as Tony Romo hit Wide Receiver Kevin Ogletree in the endzone for the first touchdown of the game. The Cowboys led 7-3 at the half.


2012 NFC Division and Wild Card Winner Predictions

Posted: September 3, 2012 by Rob Barros in NFL, Sports

NFC East

Rob – New York Giants – Call it biased, but I see the Giants winning the NFC East again in 2012, and it won’t be easy. It could very well come down to the last game of the season with the Giants and Eagles facing off for the division crown at Metlife Stadium.

Shawn – Philadelphia Eagles – The Eagles will win the division only if they can somehow keep Michael Vick healthy, they have too may weapons on offense and defensively have seemed to figure things out. There is no excuse why they shouldn’t make the playoffs.

Jonny – New York Giants – The Giants should be able to repeat as division champions in what should be a good divisional race.

NFC West


WWE Money In The Bank Predictions

Posted: July 14, 2012 by Rob Barros in Sports, WWE
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WWE’s Money In The Bank will be taking place this Sunday at 8. Here are my predictions for the matches that have been announced so far.

WWE Unified Tag Team Championship Match (Pre-Show) Kofi Kingston & R-Truth (C) vs. Hunico & Camacho

Prediction: Truth and Kofi Win

This could end up being a great match worthy of being on the main card. Both teams can put on a good match, and hopefully we see a better match then we have on the previous pre-shows. In the end, I see Kofi and Truth winning, and finally leading to a match with the Primetime Players.


WWE No Way Out Predictions

Posted: June 16, 2012 by Rob Barros in Sports, WWE
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With No Way Out coming tomorrow night, I will make my predictions for the matches that have been announced.

 Pre-Show – David Otunga vs. Brodus Clay

(Prediction: Brodus Clay Wins)

 This match will be featured on YouTube at 7:30 as a free match to view before the main card begins. This match came out of nowhere so I do not expect Otunga to pull off the win and hand Brodus Clay his first lost. Even though Clay sold Otunga’s attack very well on Smackdown, I don’t see the WWE having Brodus lose just yet.


Breaking Down Matt Cain’s Perfect Game

Posted: June 14, 2012 by Rob Barros in MLB, Sports
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Last night, we witnessed history. San Francisco Giants starter Matt Cain threw the 22nd perfect game in MLB history in a 10-0 rout of the Houston Astros. You can argue that Cain threw one of the best games in history, striking out 14 and being locked in all night long. In Cain’s 125 pitches, 86 of them were strikes, as he was pounding the zone all night with his fastball change-up, and curveball. Whatever he needed to throw, he hit the spot Buster Posey called for him. Cain’s 14 strikeouts were the most thrown in a perfect game since Sandy Koufax did it in 1965 against the Cubs. Cain’s 125 pitches were the most thrown in a perfect game in MLB history, and of those 125 pitches, 86 of them were strikes. To say he was dialed in would be an understatement.