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This Saturday is welterweight bout between Matt Brown and Robbie Lawler. This epic battle is known as UFC on Fox 12 is an upcoming mixed martial arts is event to be held on July 26, 2014 at SAP Center in San Jose, California. Support your local UFC fighter, The Immortal Matt Brown! Click Here to see Matt Brown's Official UFC profile and other links to his previous fights.
The iconic baseball legend, Derek Jeter, The Captain, received a standing ovation during his first at bat and also as he exited his 14th and final All-Star Game, and it was awesome. Whether you are a fan of the Yankees or not, if you love the game of baseball then you like Derek Jeter. One of the classiest guys to ever play the game, Derek Jeter's standing ovations during the All-Star Game gave me chills. I have been in love with the game of baseball for as long as I can remember, and during that entire period of time Derek Jeter has been tearing it up, and during that moment when Alexei Ramirez replaced him in the 4th inning, it was almost like a piece of my childhood that I was holding onto had finally come to an end. Jeter went 2-2 in his final All-Star Game and scored a run, typical Jeter, always coming up big when it matters the most, like making his final All-Star Game one to remember.
One of my favorite parts of the entire game was the Jordan commercial that paid tribute to the legendary ball player. It was incredible, and it too gave me chills. It featured a game between the Yankees and Red Sox, one of the greatest baseball rivalries in history, and Derek Jeter steps up to the plate. Jeter is announced, and all goes silent. The players and fans all then proceed to tip their ball caps to the captain out of respect, yes, even the Red Sox fans and players. It is truly an incredible spectacle of sportsmanship, because when it all comes down to it, even the most bitterest of rivals know a legend when they see one, and always pay their respects when respect is due. Even Michael freaking Jordan tips his cap to Jeter, now that's saying something. Check it out, and let it give you CHILLS.
PAY YOUR #RE2PECT