New Coronavirus Risk Chart Suggests Going to Bars Is as Risky as Going to a Big Concert

The Texas Medical Association has published a chart that breaks down the riskiest and safest activities when it comes to contracting COVID-19.
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The Majority Of Americans Believe It Takes More Skill To Play Video Games Than Contact Sports

Just like astronaut or super hero, professional athlete has always been one of the go to dreams kids have about their future. However, with video games and the popularity of Esports on the rise, more than ever people are dreaming about a future as a professional video game player.
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Eco-Friendly Ways to Enjoy Water Sports This Summer

There are ways eco-conscious fitness enthusiasts can enjoy a healthy workout on the water and still minimize their carbon footprint this summer.
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2020 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to Be Held at Private Location Without Fans

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, the Fourth of July tradition at New York’s Coney Island, will go on this year, but with a few adjustments. The contest will be held in a private location and with no fans in attendance, reports TMZ.
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2020 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest To Be Held At Private Location Without Fans

With many sporting events still on hold, there is one competition that refused to shut down this year. Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, the Coney Island Fourth of July tradition will go on this year, but with a few adjustments. The contest will be held in a private location and with no fans in...
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Mike Tyson Surprises Fans By Returning To Professional Fighting As A Wrestler

Mike Tyson has been teasing fans recently about a potential comeback, and fans got a glimpse this week of what that could entail. The former heavyweight boxing champion has been sharing videos of himself working out, while teasing a potential fight in the future.
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South Korean Soccer Team Apologizes After Filling Stadium With Sex Dolls

As many professional sports teams begin planning to resume playing games, some are contemplating how they will go about filling their stadiums. While some leagues are thinking about limiting capacity, others plan on resuming action with no fans in attendance.
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Michael Jordan’s Once Turned Down An Appearance That Would Have Paid $100 Million

Michael Jordan has become one of the most recognizable names in the world, not only due to his extremely successful basketball career, but the endorsements he signed along the way as well. While the world knows of the deals he was a part of, it’s the one’s he turned down that seem to amaze people...
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“The Mountain” From ‘Game Of Thrones’ To Attempt World Deadlift Record On ESPN The Ocho

Thor Bjornsson, who played “The Mountain” on ‘Game of Thrones’ is making his return to television on Saturday, but this time he won’t be playing a character. Instead, the massive 6-foot-9 Icelandic native will be attempting to break the world deadlift record.
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NFL Fans Will Be Able To Boo Roger Goodell At Home During The Draft Thanks To Bud Light

With the NFL draft taking place virtually this week, there are many aspects of the live event fans will miss. One of these is fans getting the chance to boo league commissioner Roger Goodell before he announces every pick. Luckily, Bud Light wants to make sure Goodell still hears fan’s boos, asking...
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