Young History In The Making…
This past weekend, Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Russia’s Maria Sharapova dominated the courts at Roland Garros, and became the 2012 French Open Champions. Despite the rush of emotions and rain, the young pair weathered through the grueling two weeks, and made this Grand Slam title really count. For Maria, she was able to complete the Career Slam and clinch the world No. 1 ranking, and Rafa established himself as the rightful King of Clay.
Woah baby! @SHAQ has some big shoes 2 fill when it comes 2 #charity! #nba #basketball (Taken with Instagram at charitybuzz)
Vintage Buzz: K.O’s Then & Now
Sugar Ray Leonard, Oscar De La Hoya and Freddie Roach are big-league boxing names, and have each earned their own spots in boxing history. Sugar Ray is the first boxer to have earned over $100 million in purses, won world titles in five different weight divisions, and currently serves as one of the world’s most sought-after Fortune 500 motivational speakers. De La Hoya is one of the best boxing professionals of all time, having generated more money than any other boxer in the history of the sport, and went on to become the first Hispanic American to own a promotional boxing firm. Freddie Roach’s name is synonymous with boxing excellence, as he has trained top-notch fighters past and present, including Mike Tyson, Oscar De La Hoya, and Manny Pacquiao among many. Check out the Then & Now photos of the boxing legends, above!
Two of A Kind
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are arguably two of the best players to ever touch a soccer ball, and they have graced this generation of sports with some seriously insane skills. Watching each of them play is exciting enough, but when they play against each other, the twosome take the game to a whole new level. Check out a reel of Crissy and Leo going head-to-head on the field!
Ronaldo and Messi have taken their rivalry off the field and onto the charity auction block, and are giving a few lucky fans a chance to travel to Spain and meet them, and raise funds for ONEXONE. Are you rooting for Ronaldo, or making moves for Messi?