Glover Teixeira to Face Phil Davis in Rio at UFC 179
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Glover Teixeira to Face Phil Davis in Rio at UFC 179

The Light Heavyweight Division of the UFC remains a deep ocean prowled by some serious predators. With Jon Jones, pound-for-pound the best fighter in the world, remaining atop…

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Azul PDL Brings Semi-Pro Soccer to Danbury
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Azul PDL Brings Semi-Pro Soccer to Danbury

Soccer is barging into U.S. American mainstream consciousness despite the lament of the sport

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Ready or Not, Here Comes the World Cup
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Ready or Not, Here Comes the World Cup

The World Cup kicks off in less than one month. Four years of preparation, construction and planning comes to a head when the first games of the Group…

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Soulfighters Find a Home in Brookfield
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Soulfighters Find a Home in Brookfield

Photo by Peter Oberc Photography It is sometimes overlooked that Connecticut is home to some of the best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu schools and competitors in the northeast. One…

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United Way Hosts Real NFL Hero Kevin Boothe
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United Way Hosts Real NFL Hero Kevin Boothe

Two time Super Bowl Champ and former New York Giants offensive lineman Kevin Boothe arrived in Danbury and was greeted by a capacity crowd at the Matrix Corporate…

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Nevada
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Nevada

When the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) put an end to its therapeutic use exemption (TUE) program for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), a domino was tipped over that…

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Adidas Pulls Offensive World Cup T-Shirts
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Adidas Pulls Offensive World Cup T-Shirts

In three months, the World Cup kicks off the first game of the tournament in Sao Paulo. While Brazil rushes to finish the remaining stadiums for the games,…

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The Most Shocking Thing about Michael Sam is not that He is Gay.
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USA Hunting for Gold on Olympic Ice
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USA Hunting for Gold on Olympic Ice

Jonathan Quick is aptly named for his chosen profession. As a Stanley Cup winning goalie for the LA Kings, the Milford, Connecticut native hopes to add an Olympic…

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2014 World Cup: Surviving the Group of Death
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2014 World Cup: Surviving the Group of Death

Jurgen Klinsmann was philosophical and maintained his calm when he saw where the United States ended up in the 2014 World Cup groups. Perhaps pairing with his native…

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