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The only local live radio show in New Mexico solely dedicated to anything and everything about Boxing and MMA!

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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Naomi Osaka will miss Wimbledon but plans on Tokyo Olympics return, says agent

Naomi Osaka will miss Wimbledon but plans on Tokyo Olympics return, says agent

Tennis star Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from this year’s Wimbledon but is planning on returning at the Tokyo Olympics, according to her agent Stuart Duguid. “Naomi won’t be playing Wimbledon this year. She is taking some personal time with friends and family,” Duguid said in a statement on Thursday. “She will be ready for the…

Rafael Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

Rafael Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

Rafael Nadal has announced he is pulling out of Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics. In a statement posted on his official Twitter page, the 20-time grand slam champion said: “It’s never an easy decision to take but after listening to my body and discuss it with my team I understand that it is the right…

Wimbledon organizers cut prize money by 5%, aim for full stadium capacity

Wimbledon organizers cut prize money by 5%, aim for full stadium capacity

As the Wimbledon tennis championships return this summer, organizers have announced updated measures including reduced stadium capacities, Covid-19 status certification for spectators, and a 5% cut to prize money. The grass-court grand slam was the only major to be canceled in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic. This year, it is scheduled to take place in…

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