Mad Mike Sports – Zeke Elliott Suspension Upheld AGAIN!!!


Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott lost an attempt to block a potential 6 game suspension Monday when U.S. District Attorney Judge Katherine Polk Failla denied a request for a preliminary injunction hearing between the NFL and NFL players association.

Her ruling gave both parties the opportunity to consider appellate options.

Which basically means appeals court.

That’s right, Ezekiel Elliott’s 6 game suspension is AGAIN in effect.

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Does Bob McNair remark make him a racist?

Sounds Donald Sterling esque says Draymond Green

Houston Texans Owner Bob McNair made some incredibly insensitive remarks, comparing NFL players to prison inmates…. At a league meeting McNair stated that

“We can’t have the inmates running the asylum”

His remarks did not sit well with several of his players including star receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Hopkins was so agitated he left the meeting immediately and did not return to Texans practice next day.

In this video Mad Mike gives his take on whether or not Bob McNair Inmates remarks proves he’s a racist.

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Mad Mike Sports: Trinity Fatu tribute to the MONSTA Kane

Former Smackdown womens champion Trinity with a tribute to the MONSTA Kane.

Kane’s debut was at Badd Blood when he ripped the door off the hinges to get to his big brother… The Undertaker. Who thought Kane had died in a fire that he caused at the Family Funeral Home.

Nope!!! Kane was ALIVE! Ready to seek his revenge on big brother Taker.

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Mad Mikes Take on Aaron Hernandez CTE Results

In case you missed it all. The latest development surrounding controversial figure Aaron Hernandez is out and causing quite a bit of stir up. Lawyers Jose Baez stated that Aaron Hernandez… (Who allegedly committed suicide in prison)

We’re told it was the most severe case they had ever seen for someone of Aaron’s age,

Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the CTE Center at Boston University said Hernandez had stage 3 (out of 4). The disease can cause violent mood swings, depression and other cognitive disorders. Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first degree in 2015 in and sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole at the the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center. Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell after allegedly hanging himself.

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Who could beat Mike Tyson in his prime?

This a difficult question for me personally because I’m huge Mike Tyson fan. Being that I am a fan I’d like to think I know him a little bit.

If you go back to the Ruddick Bowe fight that went the distance. You can see this was the blueprint to beat Tyson. Ruddock was able to crowd him and take most of his shots.

Although Ruddock lost the fight he was able to frustrate Tyson because he was able to take Tyson’s punch.

Another fight was with Evander Holyfield. Although I thought Holyfield was using a lot of dirty tactics using his head as a weapon (headbutting) It gave Tyson a lot of problems because he couldn’t get any offense in.

In my opinion it will have to be someone with the size and skill of Lennox Lewis.