Jaime E. Love

Did Eminem fight with Dana White on SportsCenter? Yes, but it’s fake

By now, you may have seen the clip that’s been floating around on social media of rapper Eminem giving UFC president Dana White a piece of his mind.

It started making the rounds two days ago and showed Eminem and White together on ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” apparently giving some kind of a joint interview. In the nine-second clip, this is what Eminem said to White:

“I think that people like you give people like me the fuel that they need to succeed in the first place. I think that the best part about your opinion is that it doesn’t matter, and if every fighter that you had listened to your opinion when you doubted them, you wouldn’t have a f*cking league.”

If you saw it, you may have gone, “whoa.” You also may have thought to yourself

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NBA fans call out Shaq over awkward interview with Donovan Mitchell

The Guardian

NFL conference championship picks: Brady v Rodgers, and a Chiefs shock

Two decorated veterans face off at Lambeau Field, while the best of the next generation play in Kansas City. Who makes the Super Bowl? Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers met earlier this season and the Buccaneers emerged as victors. Photograph: Mark LoMoglio/AP Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay PackersSunday, 3.05pm ET/8.05pm GMT What the Buccaneers need to do to win: Surprisingly for two quarterbacks who have ruled the NFL for much of the century, there isn’t a lot of history to go on between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers – this will be only their fourth meeting as starters. Brady won their previous game, a 38-10 beatdown in Week 6 of this season, when the defense harried Rodgers all day, sacking him five times. Rodgers, who has been mostly flawless since, is unlikely to be bullied

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Zion Williamson bounced a defender several feet into the air in a Derrick Henry-esque highlight

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Zion Williamson scores over Derrick Favors. Rick Bowmer/AP Images
  • Zion Williamson on Tuesday made an impressive layup through contact over Utah Jazz big man Derrick Favors.

  • Favors went up to challenge Williamson’s shot, took contact in the air, and went flying back.

  • Much of the NBA world was impressed by Williamson’s strength, comparing him to Titans running back Derrick Henry.

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Zion Williamson’s strength and athleticism are on another level, even for veteran NBA defenders.

Utah Jazz center Derrick Favors learned this the hard way on Tuesday.

During the first quarter between the Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans, Williamson took a hand-off at the three-point arc, drove into the paint, and leapt toward the basket. Favors, who is listed at 6-foot-8, 265 lb, jumped straight up to contest Williamson’s shot.

Williamson plowed into Favors, sending him several feet into the air and backward, and

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Bills ace being gracious winners

Opinion

2 Minute Drill: Bills ace being gracious winners



is SportsCenter 52 minute drill. There is such a thing as being a sore winner. How one handle success could be just a revealing is how they handle failure. Buffalo Bills fans have had a ah lot of failure in the 27 years they went between F C title game appearances. That includes an 18 year playoff drought. But they’re a sing handling success in being generous winners. The good times are rolling now for the Bills, and so are the good deeds from their long suffering, fervent fans. They’ve taken to donating to the charity of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. Jackson was knocked out of the Bills playoff win over the Ravens on Saturday with a concussion. Buffalo’s Hardy fans, known as the Bills Mafia, found out that Jackson

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