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Are Professional Sports Fixed?
Would you leave a multi-billion dollar business up to chance?
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How much of your life have you spent watching televised sports, attending games, talking about sports, listening to sports radio, checking websites for updated scores, and then taking in SportsCenter or another highlight show at the end of the day? How much of your thoughts have been consumed with the upcoming game? How many nights have you stayed awake wondering how your team blew that huge lead? How often have you reminisced about that impossible comeback win as if you played in the game? How much money have you emptied out of your pocket on tickets, DirectTV packages, bets, jerseys, hats, trading cards, autographs and overpriced beers over the course of your lifetime?
What if all of that time, emotion, and money has been wasted on a lie? What if the action on the field isn’t what it appears to be? What if you, and millions others like you, have been duped – outright lied to – by those franchises you hold so dear to your heart, all in the name of making an easy buck?
Well, my friend, it has happened. And although your name might not be “Mark”, you have certainly become one to those running the carnival known as professional sports.
When a win seems too good to be true - it is. When an impossible turn of events changes the course of a game - it is. When the story of an improbable underdog rises to the top like some sort of Hollywood screenplay - it is.
The leagues, hand-in-hand with the TV networks which pour billions of dollars into professional sports, have fixed their own games to squeeze every ounce of drama they can out of each season and to ensure you remain committed to their sport and glued to your TV.
This website is dedicated to shining the light into those dark corners and exposing professional sports leagues and their athletes for the money grubbing hypocrites they are. Some may call these sports conspiracy theories. I call them the truth.
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Read Brian Tuohy's Examiner.com articles:
Tim Donaghy's Gambling Partner Speaks in New Book - IOC finally takes steps to combat game fixing - The Sports Illustrated "Crime & College Football" Report: What Was Left Out - Supreme Court Dismisses Spygate Suit, Allowing NFL to Legally Cheat - The ATP Tennis Tour is Not Free of Gambling Scandals - Tweet About a Bad Call Made by a NBA Ref & Get Sued - HGH Testing Finally Coming to the NFL? - Did the Chicago Cubs throw the 1918 World Series against the Boston Red Sox? - The 2012 NFL Draft: Why It's Unamerican - Why Can't Fans See or Hear the Evidence Against the Saints in the Bounty Case? - Game Fixing in Video Games - The BCS Playoffs are Worth Over $5 Billion - Why Aren't American Swimmers being Questioned for Performance-Enhancing Methods? - New Jersey vs. the NCAA, NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL on legalized sports gambling ~ Three plead guilty to game fixing at University of San Diego.
Some of my older articles on the BleacherReport.com:
'08-'09 Stanley Cup Finals too good to be true? - Why the NFL's Anti-Gambling Stance is BS - The NFL's 2009 Kickoff: Coincidence or Conspiracy? - Should the NBA Worry about the NJ Nets New Owner? - The NBA's Lies Regarding Tim Donaghy - Did Tiger Woods' Troubles Begin When He Became Pals with Michael Jordan & Charles Barkley? - Is the Patriots Recent Downturn Due to the Team No Longer Cheating? - Did the NFL award the New York Jets a playoff spot for the Brett Favre Fiasco? - The Hidden Message in NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's anti-Indianapolis Colts Stance - Further Proof the MLB's Drug Policy is BS - Fixing the 2010 World Cup - The Pittsburgh Steelers Double Standard on Ben Roethlisberger - What the NFL's demand for an 18 game season really means - Is Tiger Woods Being Forced to Play by the PGA? - Reggie Bush Isn't Alone in Needing to Return the Heisman - The Newest Steroid Scandal in Baseball