“You mean I get permission to punch my mum in the face every day? I love it!” A look at Cory McKenna’s incredible journey so far

Cast your mind back to when you were 19 years old — what were you doing? I was ‘studying’ during my first year at university, though my thoughts were largely dominated by going out and all the other external factors that enter a teenager’s brain. Cory McKenna goes against the stereotypes

A look into the barbarism of the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship

Combat sports are thriving in a golden area. Anthony Joshua is one of the most prominent faces in British sport and the UFC is still riding its monumental wave after signing their $1.5billion (£1.15billion) contract with ESPN earlier this year.   However, since the deal has been signed, a portion of mixed-martial-arts

Across the Pondcast: Episode 5 — Super Bowl LIII Recap with Darren Barnard & Jack Nevill

This week, Jack and Darren recap Super Bowl LIII with a special featured length edition of fair or unfair. They cover all the key talking points from the game and discuss what's next for both franchises. Listen to the podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-564791869/across-the-pondcast-episode-5-super-bowl-liii-recap-with-darren-barnard-jack-nevill Darren's bio: Darren is a 24-year-old sports journalist, currently studying

Across the Pondcast: Episode 4 — Super Bowl LIII Preview with Darren Barnard & Jack Nevill

Jack and Darren preview Super Bowl LII with the help of some of their Sports Gazette colleagues — Rob Clayden, Rob Sutton and Thomas Kaiser. They also breakdown the NFL end of season awards ahead of the announcement of each award on Saturday night. Listen to the podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-564791869/across-the-pondcast-superbowl-preview Darren’s Bio: Darren

“There’s a reason why people who listen to cricket on the radio call it the soundtrack to their summer” — Adam Collins on purchasing broadcasting rights and the influence of new media

Sydney Cricket Ground. 1999. Over 40,000 Sydney-siders are cheering on Stuart MacGill as he takes seven wickets to seal another famous Ashes series victory for the Australians. Tens of thousands in the stadium are following every ball intently on their handheld radios. Fast forward two decades and one of those spectators,