This stuff is awesome and made us laugh, you should like it too (5/27/13)

Some awesome stuff from the past week, some sports related, some not. Enjoy. There are all sorts of mistakes in this one, brought to you by our very own Fox Sorts Kansas City. I guess they are taking after the very team they broadcast. How many mistakes can you find? Instead of Bryce Harper they named him “Bryce Hunter.” Bryce Harper plays for the Washington Nationals and not the Detroit Tigers. They listed Matt Harvey as “Matt Jones.” Matt Harvey plays for the New York Mets and not for the Baltimore Orioles. They got Manny Machado’s name correct, but then put him on the Chicago White Sox instead of the Orioles. I am not sure if this is foreshadowing, but as of right now superstar Mike Trout is currently a member of the Los Angeles Angels and not the New York Yankees. And there was this gem from Thursday night as a fan ran onto the field at the K…and stole the rosin bag: This is the best rosin bag incident this year since the Pirates April Fools joke on pitcher AJ [Read more...]

UFC 155: Preview, Predictions and Bets

Moped, KC SportsNation's UFC expert There are several good fights tonight that start on Facebook and then roll over to FX and eventually PPV. The weigh-in was uneventful as far as fighters missing weight. There were some things to be noted from it and are reflected below. Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos – this is a fight that has a lot of intrigue around it. JDS won the first fight on Fox with a 1st round TKO. Immediately after the fight, there was speculation that Velasquez had a knee injury. That is certainly true and it is widely believed that it hampered his ability to take down JDS. However, JDS also had a knee injury (torn meniscus) and had surgery after the fight. The betting line on this fight has bounced around a lot. It started around -155 for JDS and climbed to -220. It has since settled in at -190. Most experts have JDS winning and very few see it going the distance. The experts picking Velasquez have it going the distance. There is wide agreement that Velasquez [Read more...]