Aston Villa fans endured eight months of Tim Sherwood leering over them in a sleeveless leather catsuit, whispering, "You like that, you little slag?" At least that's what it felt like to supporters of the sinking Midlands club.
Though they hit their primes decades apart, Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson remain the two most popular names in boxing. We take a look at the ins and outs of the hypothetical match up to end them all.
There's nothing stupid about football. And there's nothing at all stupid about the annual all-priests five-a-side over-75s indoor football challenge match.
Next May, West Ham United will say goodbye to the ground they have called home for more than a century. We spoke to long-time fans and asked for their perspective on the Olympic Stadium move.
Following Arsene Wenger's philosophical French interview, we asked some academics whether he's the new Socrates.
Australian wrestling companies are shutting down bouts between men and women due to a growing number of complaints.
A student at the University of Paris describes the scene at the Stade de France during the terrorist attacks in Paris.
All Blacks superstar, Jonah Lomu, died Wednesday morning from kidney problems. He was 40.
Shredding for kibble.
We hopped on a flight to Sydney, Australia, and caught up with rising star Chima Ferguson to spend a week with his brother and his mates.
She's been trapped inside burning cars, fought against the odds, and carved her own path in motor racing. Simona de Silvestro is one of the toughest athletes going. Gender doesn't even come into it.
For 20 seconds, Richie Allen was as good as he had always dream he'd be.
We spoke to Crystal Palace ace Yannick Bolasie about going from non-league obscurity to top-flight stardom, Africa, and Alan Pardew's take on grime music.
Like all public figures, footballers face huge pressure to wear a poppy for Remembrance Day. But does this undeniably political symbol have a place in the sport?
Manchester United's Fergie-era success did strange things to opposition fans, contorting otherwise rational minds into wastelands of jealousy and loathing.
Gianluigi Buffon made his international debut for Italy 18 years ago this week. 152 caps and a World Cup later, he's still the Azzurri's numero uno.
New Zealand and Australia face off in Saturday's Rugby World Cup Final. As a clash between two heavyweights of the game, not to mention fiercely competitive neighbours, it's all set to be a classic encounter.
There are some seriously sweet kit designs on display here.
The Golden Goal was football's attempt to reduce the number of penalty shootouts. In reality, however, the new initiative brought its own set of problems.
Sportradar, a data company, might do more to combat match-fixing than any other organisation. They took us behind the scenes of one of their most successful investigations.
They've got the internet raging over the demise of the beautiful game, but they're just a symptom of bigger issues threatening the sport.
We spoke to the Olympic medalist 24 hours after his groundbreaking announcement.
Park Il Choong was born in North Korea but he decided to risk his life in order to cross the border and pursue his martial arts dreams.
Being a Welsh football fan is a galling experience. Finally, with Euro 2016 qualifications, it's time for some home truths.