Kendrick E. Johnson

Kendrick Johnson writes for a weekly newspaper and is an independent print journalist and sports television reporter who has covered the NBA Finals, NFL, NCAA football, MLB, NHL, championship boxing and UFC. He's done interviews with Kobe Bryant, Floyd Mayweather, Magic Johnson, Ronda Rousey and some of the biggest names and personalities in sports

GGG vs. Canelo rematch promises to be full of drama

When Gennady “GGG” Golovkin steps into the ring to defend his WBA (Super), WBC, and IBO middleweight titles against Saul “Canelo” Alvaarez in their September rematch, he will enter the ring as a -160 favorite. In their September 2017 showdown, which was scored a split draw by judges, both GGG and Canelo fought way more technical fights than what many in …

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Slip ‘n Dip Podcast Live With CHAMP CHAMP Daniel Cormier

🔥NEW🔥 #61 – The Super Double Champ Show w/ Daniel Cormier & Sage Northcutt On this episode, Kendrick E. Johnson and Matthew Wells & are joined by two of the biggest names in the world of mixed martial arts, the Champ Champ himself, Daniel Cormier & UFC Welterweight Sage Northcutt UFC Light Heavyweight Champion & UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier (20:24) joins the show for the first …

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Former Dallas Cowboys talk sports betting, the mafia and Jason Garrett’s future

Jason Garrett, Sports Betting, Dallas Cowboys

Thanks to the United States Supreme Court voting 6-3 in favor of striking down a federal law in place since 1992 that prohibited most states from authorizing and accepting wagers on sporting events, sports betting is the new taboo term darkening NFL locker rooms. With many current players prohibited from remotely touching the sports betting topic of discussion, it has …

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Texas Tech offensive scheme may lead to lower totals and more unders

For the second consecutive year Texas Tech head football coach Kliff Kingsbury entered Big 12 media day on the proverbial hot seat. Staying true to form, the coach who has his own stylist and looks more like Ryan Gosling instead of your typical college football coach, handled the pressure like a champ while dropping a mini bomb on the media. …

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Jones Confident Buccaneers Can Survive Jameis Winston Suspension

Although Ronald Jones II hasn’t played in an NFL game yet, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers second round pick is very disappointed with the projected win total for the Bucs. Current betting sites have the Buccaneers over/under win total at 6.5 games on the heels of the NFL’s three-game suspension of star quarterback Jameis Winston. Despite the suspension of Winston and …

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