Tuesday, February 24, 2009

War Machine Talks About Obama, Gay Men, and Evan Tanner

Here is a good interview with MMA fighter Jon "War Machine" Koppenhaver. He doesn't seem like a bad guy at all even though he gets a lot of criticism. War Machine is interesting and he speaks his mind. Love him or hate him, he knows how to get his name out there, and I give him a lot of credit for that.

Watch War Machine Hosts UFC 95 After-Party at Hawaiian Tropic Zone on RawVegas.tv

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Lakers Fight During Practice

Here is a video of a practice of the Lakers where DJ Mbenga and Chris Mihm get in a small skirmish after Mihm almost gets elbowed by Mbenga. If these two guys were not held back by the other Lakers, I would give the edge to Mbenga because he is a black belt in judo.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

2009 Giants FanFest Videos and Pictures

More To Come!

More To Come!

Barry Zito At Giants FanFest 2009

Giants FanFest 2009

D Wizzle's World was at the San Francisco GIants FanFest yesterday and we will have photos and videos up shortly.

Here is a recap of the event.

The line at 10A.M. was crazy. The line was all the way back to the parking lot. Some people told me that they were line at 8A.M. 

Fans raced up the ramp and stairs when they opened up the gates at 10. They were running to get in line for autographs by various Giants, coaches, and broadcasters.

The autograph lines were very long. There were three or four people at a table signing at each of the autograph areas around the ballpark.

They had a Q&A stage where fans could ask questions to the people on the stage.  First up was Sergio Romo, Vida Blue, and Steve Holm.

After that was Mike Krukow, Duane Kiper, Tim Flannery, and Ron Wotus.   They left after an hour and up came Jesse English, Bruce Bochy, and Aaron Rowand, 

The last participants in the Q&A were Will Clark, Vida Blue again, and Tito Fuentes.

There were dugout, pressbox, and clubhouse tours.

Lou Seal was there signing balls and taking pictures with kids.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Super Bowl Sunday Pick

Arizona +7 This should be a very competitive game but I like the underdog here. Arizona's D is underrated and will cause Big Ben and the Pittsburgh O-line some trouble. Look for Adrian Wilson to make a few big plays on defense for the Cardinals. The Cardinals offense is also stronger than the Steelers offense. If Arizona takes a lead, Pittsburgh could be forced to pass and forget the run game. Willie Parker is a great running back and if the Cardinals linebackers and secondary can limit his big runs, I see a win for Arizona.