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610 The Sports Animal “One the Mic with Mike Adams” guests have included:  Carlos Condit, Keith Jardine, Bob Arum, Kelley Pavlick, Mike Van Arsdale, Rashad Evans, Austin Trout, Antonio Tarver, Karen Bryant, Bruce Trampler and Steve Farhood, just to name a few.

Mike Adams is a popular Ring Announcer and he has announced at the following:  ESPN Friday Night Fights, Showtime Boxing/ShoBOX, Pay Per View Boxing and MMA events, King of the Cage and Triple A MMA.  Mike has also been a college basketball play-by-play announcer at New Mexico Highlands; a PA Announcer for the NBA D-League Albuquerque Thunderbirds; Announcer for the WAC Track & Field Championships as well as fundraising events with Mike Mikker, Evander Holyfield and Ivan Pudge Rodriguez.

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ATP Finals: Tsitsipas stuns Federer to reach final

ATP Finals: Tsitsipas stuns Federer to reach final

For the second straight year, Roger Federer was undone by a 21-year-old in the semifinals at the ATP Finals, much to the disappointment of the overwhelming majority of the 18,000 fans inside London’s O2 Arena. It was Alexander Zverev who knocked out the legendary Swiss 12 months ago en route to the crown, and on…

ATP Finals: Nadal edges Tsitsipas but still exits

ATP Finals: Nadal edges Tsitsipas but still exits

Rafael Nadal edged Stefanos Tsitsipas in a three-set thriller to ensure a winning record at the ATP Finals and is assured of finishing the season as the world No. 1. But it still wasn’t enough to keep the Spaniard in the elite tournament and produce a blockbuster Nadal-Roger Federer semifinal. Such is life in a…

NBA celebrates Gorgui Dieng’s charity work in native Senegal

NBA celebrates Gorgui Dieng’s charity work in native Senegal

Gorgui Dieng is one of two Senegalese players in the NBA, but back home he might be better known for his philanthropic work. The Minnesota Timberwolves center is a seven-year NBA veteran who signed a four-year $64 million contract extension with the team in 2016. And Dieng isn’t wasting his privileged position. With the help…

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