March 6, 2013 - 10:00am
First Pervis, then Angel and now another overall first round pick set to make his debut.
Louisville’s Andrew Farrell, the number one draft pick in the most recent Major League Soccer Superdraft, takes the field for the first time as a professional this Saturday when his New England Revolution plays the Chicago Fire. Before the draft, Farrell led the University of Louisville to...
December 31, 2012 - 11:00am
Two wrestling all stars appeared at this year's New Year's Spectacular at the Kentucky Expo Center's Flea Market, welcoming buyers and sellers alike.
During the November Flea Market, three icons in the world of professional wrestling made their way to the monthly Flea Market, an event which is run by the Kentucky Fair and Expo Center as well as Stewart Promotions.In November the trio consisted of “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, The Honky Tonk...
September 24, 2012 - 10:00am
Louisville's Ohio Valley Wrestling has signed a deal with Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling, and is working in conjunction with an area film crew
Wednesday Night: 7:00- A crowded house of wrestling fan await the opening bout at the Davis Arena in South Louisville.On the card tonight is a number of matches that have extra heat on them due to a number of titles changing hands during the previous Saturday’s event.All in all though, it...
September 3, 2012 - 10:00am
Three wrestling icons made their way to the Labor Day Flea Market spectacular of all places on Saturday to the joy of a number of old school wrestling fans.
I’ve discussed in the past the city of Louisville’s close relationship to professional wrestling. For whatever reason the form of sports entertainments has always found refuge in the Derby City, and as such it comes as little surprise when a couple wrestling all-stars come through town....
June 19, 2012 - 10:00am
Gertrude Ganote was one of 600 athletes to play in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League of the 1940's-50's; this is her story.
In 1943 the United States was standing on the brink of World War II, in response major league baseball players were joining the military and going overseas.