Hulk Hogan’s ‘strong no sell’ comment has Hulkamaniacs questioning Will Smith’s Chris Rock smackdown
Professional wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan seemingly weighed in the Academy Award presentation smackdown, where actor Will Smith seemed to take exception to a joke told by host Chris Rock and slapped him. “Strong ‘No SELL,’ by Chris,” Hogan said on Twitter with no further explanation. Bleacher Report defines a “no sell” in wrestling as the act of not reacting to an opponent’s move. “This ...news.yahoo.com
One Good Thing: Rock art makes the world a prettier place amid coronavirus pandemic
HOUSTON – Inga Meroney Pursley shared some rocky news with KPRC 2: People are painting rocks and leaving them in areas where people walk to brighten people’s days as the coronavirus pandemic crisis continues. Purseley wrote, “We take walks with our dogs in the morning and have spotted these wonderful works of art created by the people of our community.”Rock art submitted by Inga Meroney Pursley (KPRC)We take walks with our dogs in the morning and have spotted these wonderful works of art created by the people of our. Posted by Inga Meroney Pursley on Friday, March 27, 2020Do you have a good story you’d like to share with us? Email Amanda Cochran at email@example.com.
National Lacrosse League continues sponsorship streak with AT&T deal
Toronto Rock vs Buffalo Bandits in 1st half action of regular season play of National Lacrosse League schedule at Air Canada Centre. The National Lacrosse League has reached a new six-figure sponsorship deal with entertainment and telecom giant AT&T as it tries to increase its revenue and fan base, league officials told CNBC. The deal comes only weeks after the league struck a gambling partnership with MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings. If those deals, including another major sponsorship in the automotive category, are finalized, the league's revenue projection could increase to roughly $9 million per season. The AT&T-owned company represents the NLL in the sponsorship marketplace and helps the league identify top companies such as Geico and MGM.cnbc.com
Rick Springfield cancels concert in Dominican Republic
(CNN) - Rock musician Rick Springfield canceled his show in the Dominican Republic, citing concerns over the well-being of his fans. The announcement comes after rising safety concerns in the Dominican Republic, as at least 10 American citizens have died while in the country in the last year. And though statistics show that Americans are more likely to be killed in the US than in the Dominican, many people are still alarmed. Sending our love and best wishes to all of our friends in the Dominican Republic," Springfield said in a statement on his website. The concert, supposed to be a "fan-getaway" for five days in November, has been rescheduled for 2020 at the Hard Rock Hotel Cancun.