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I am a 2013 graduate of Clarion University with a bachelor's degree in communications and a concentration in journalism. I aspire to be great. I love sports and professional wrestling. Follow me on Twitter @KIngEdward15 and engage in sports talk with me.

Golf WWE 

Champions of Hope

On Sunday, April 7, 2019, Kofi Kingston cemented himself as a legend in not only professional wrestling, but all of history. Kofi Kingston defeated Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35, in front of a sold-out crowd inside MetLife Stadium, of more than 82,000 people, to become the first African-born WWE champion in the company’s history. This was a moment 11-years in… Read More
NBA 

The Next Chapter for the Los Angeles Lakers

Last week Magic Johnson shockingly stepped down as the Lakers president of basketball operations. This happened hours before the Lakers regular-season finale against Portland. Nobody saw this coming, not even owner Jeanie Buss nor LeBron James, who Johnson signed this past offseason. This seemed like such a poetic way for the Lakers season to end, a season in which they… Read More
NBA Sports 

Loyalty in Sports is Not Always a Two Way Street

If a player decides to leave a franchise, regardless of service time or method of leaving (request a trade or free agency), they are often times labeled as selfish, ungrateful and disloyal. If a franchise decides to cut ties with a player, despite service time or what that player has contributed over the course of the relationship, it is viewed… Read More
NFL 

Breaking Down the NFL Head Coach Hires

Every year in the NFL, a handful of teams search for a new head coach. These vacancies become available for a multitude of reasons, but are ultimately unavoidable for various teams around the league. This year, eight different teams had head coaching vacancies at the conclusion of the regular season. Six of those openings became available after the season and… Read More