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The Game that Never Was: Parker, Hunsinger, and the 1954 Grey Cup
Matthew Bin - Nov 22, 2019

Exclusive to Last Word on Sports – an excerpt from the new book on CFL history, Heroes of the CFL: 1955-75, by Matthew Bin and Kevin Myles. The focus of this excerpt is the 1954 Grey Cup. Sixty-five years ago, the Edmonton Eskimos met the heavily-favoured Montreal Alouettes in the 1954 Grey Cup game at […]

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Thiago Seyboth Wild Gets Reality Check
David Gertler - Dec 1, 2020

It was a glorious moment. Casper Ruud mishit the backhand wide and Thiago Seyboth Wild fell to the ground, hands on his head. The 19 year-old Brazilian had won his first ATP Tour title out of nowhere. Seyboth Wild had never and was World No. 182 before the start of the tournament. He had some […]

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The penultimate week of the 2020 ATP Challenger Tour has come to an end. The focus was on South America, with clay-court events taking place in Lima and Sao Paolo and it proved to be a week of shocks, with three players reaching maiden finals on the circuit. Here’s a recap of what you might […]

Tomoyuki Sugano
Yankees Could Look Overseas for Starting Pitching Depth

With three starting pitchers currently on the free agent market, the New York Yankees’ rotation is an area to address in the offseason. While there is a bevy of options available, expect the team to do their due diligence on Tomoyuki Sugano. Sugano, a 31-year old right-handed pitcher, is rumored to be getting posted by […]

Daniel Bryan
Daniel Bryan: One of the All-Time Greats

Daniel Bryan is one of the all-time great professional wrestlers.  There is a case to be made that he is the greatest professional wrestler.  These are bold statements and you are entitled to disagree with the latter, but Bryan deserves these plaudits he is regularly greeted with.  He certainly deserves to be in the discussions […]

Jacob Fatu
Jacob Fatu is the Next Big Thing
Last Word Staff - Nov 29, 2020

Over the past few decades, the Anoa’i Family has surged to the forefront of professional wrestling.  After all, this is a family that has produced the likes of The Rock, Roman Reigns, The Usos (Jimmy and Jey), Umaga and Rikishi, just to name a few.  It is also a family that somehow continues to keep […]

The Roman Effect: SmackDown’s Key Players Reel At The Rise Of Reigns
Last Word Staff - Nov 28, 2020

Roman Reigns’s heel turn has not only reinvigorated his character, but the storyline has branched out to include some of SmackDown’s key players. The effects of Roman’s draconian command have seeped into the psyche’s of Jey Uso, Daniel Bryan, and Kevin Owens, with more ramifications surely soon to come. Uso opened the Black Friday episode […]

John Dillinger
John “the Jackrabbit” Dillinger and the Chicago Cubs
Benjamin Sabin - Nov 26, 2020

The Setup and a Bloody End July 21, 1934 Anna Sage was a madam at a brothel in Gary, Indiana. She was in danger of being deported because of the nature of her profession. Sage needed a way to stay in the U.S. and she had just the ticket: John Dillinger. The infamous bank robber […]

25 Years Ago AJW Came To The WWF For Survivor Series

Today we will see WWE host Survivor Series 2020.  Their latest annual show dedicated to 10-person elimination tag matches, in the past they were 8-person tags.  Throughout the years many legendary names have competed in these matches.  One match in particular stands out to us though, in 1995 WWF hosted Team Bertha Faye vs Team Alundra Blayze as […]