My Power Rangers 2017 Movie Review IS HERE as Saban’s Power Rangers RETURNS with a new movie. Was Power Rangers worthy of the name Mighty Morphin Power Rangers?
World Championship Boxing is back! And in this episode we discuss recent fights: Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia; David Haye vs Tony Bellew
“I wonder who the real cannibals are.”
In the 21st century, no athlete has exhibited grace, athleticism and a killer instinct like legendary Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt. He has eclipsed legendary American sprinters Jesse Owens, Michael Johnson and Carl Lewis as the single greatest sprinter of all time. Bolt is the closest thing to a perfect athlete since a 1990 Bo Jackson. It goes a long way to explain why he is the greatest athlete of the 21st century. More
Part TWO of our review of Survivor Series 1993 continues as we talk about the LAST two matches – The Doinks vs. Team Bagalow and The Foreign FANATICS vs The All Americans, Undertaker lets FREEDOM RING, Lex Lugar vs Ludvig Borga, what happened to Matt Borne? More Hijinks!
Star Wars Rebels Season 3 Episode 20 – TWIN SUNS review – is here as I give my thoughts on Darth Maul vs Obi Wan on Tatooine – Maul vs Obi Wan II. Will Ezra get involved? Will Maul turn? CAREFUL FOR SPOILERS! This is my TWIN SUNS Episode Review.
DENNY LUIS returns to the NEW edition of THE KLB show as we begin our 2-part discussion on WWF Survivor Series 1993, a show filled with wackiness and good wrestling… and some bad wrestling! We discuss the Hart Brothers vs. Shawn Michaels and his Knights, which was supposed to be Jerry Lawler until he made a mistake that certain Subway spokespeople have made in the past, allegedly, we talk about the Perfect Partner being so Perfect that he left and returned, Vince McMahon using a neckbrace to gain sympathy during the steroid trial; 1-2-3 Kid and Marty Janetty, we talk about Adam Bomb surviving a Nuclear Bomb and becoming a wrestler, the WACKY IC Title situation, and we go into an in depth discussion of Ray Combs’ suicide and his final days on Earth. PLUS – BOBBY HEENAN ON FIRE!
With the Oscars officially behind us, it is now time for YOUR favorite movie podcast to finally set its sights on 2017!
It is incredible how a swimmer is the second greatest athlete of the 21st century. Michael Phelps has shattered every single major record in the sport of swimming. He’s done it effortlessly; dominating his sport on the same level as Serena Williams, Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky did in theirs. Who would’ve thought that this skinny, frail young man from Baltimore could make the 2000 U.S. Olympic swim team at the tender age of 15. Seventeen years, Phelps is laughing all the way to the bank and into sports immortality.
Although Phelps didn’t medal at the 2000 Sydney Games, just by making the team at such a young age gave sports fans hope that he could mature into a championship swimmer. Beginning with the 2004 Athens Games, Phelps began his quest for immortality. At the still tender age of 19, Phelps won six gold medals at the 2004 Olympics, falling just one short of Mark Spitz’ 1972 Olympic record of seven gold medals. Phelps was now determined to not only equal Spitz’ record, but surpass it. In the 2008 Beijing Games, not only did he surpass Spitz’ record of seven by winning eight gold medals, he surpassed him as the single, greatest swimmer in the history of the sport. His total medals won after the 2008 Games were 14 Gold and two Bronze Medals, making him one shy of legendary Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina’s all time record of 18. He would shatter that record with his performances in the next two Olympic Games.
It is amazing to think that an athlete could win four gold and two silver medals in a single Olympics and be considered past his prime, but that’s what so called experts were claiming after Phelps turned in that exact performance at the 2012 London Games. Phelps came into the 2012 Games with a ton of pressure on him, yet he continued to dominate by winning six medals. At the age of 27, he retired from competitive swimming. Thankfully, his retirement lasted only two years. He had one more Olympic Games left in him.
The 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games saw Phelps once again dominate the field, as he won an additional five Gold and one Bronze Medal. He finally retired at the age of 31 with a mark that will never be equaled again: 28 Medals, including 23 Gold. He has 29 world records in swimming. He is the single, most accomplished swimmer and Olympian of all time, making Michael Phelps the second greatest athlete of the 21st century.