Referee Pat Russell stopped tonight’s Timothy Bradley-Jessie Vargas title fight before the final bell, believing the bout to be over and stripping Vargas of his chance to knock out a clearly dazed Bradley in the last seconds.
The Washington 3A state baseball title game proved to be a wild scene after what should have been an walkoff walk was called out when the batter was mobbed by his teammates before reaching first base.
It appears Jack Wilshere never learned the old "the bigger they come, they harder they fall" adage.
We Regret The Error is a monthly feature in which we compile TV news mistakes and the subsequent boilerplate apologies. Here's everything we could find from the month of April.
We've all been there: You're sledding, you slip, the sled gets out from under you and all of a sudden it's rocketing down the hill and you have to walk all the way down to go get it. Sucks. Unfortunately for Daiko Ito, he was strapped into skis, he is a professional ski jumper, this happened in front of a home crowd…
Drew Holiday! Isn't he the guy who leads the Sixers in scoring, assists, and minutes played this season? He's not? Really? Because I could swear that guy has a name that sounds a lot like Drew Holiday, which must be why the Sixers were so eagerly pushing his jersey with a banner ad at the bottom of the team's website…
Ben Roethlisberger may be a "jagoff" notorious for his barroom antics, but when an item showed up in ESPN's televised rundown before Monday Night Football tonight titled "Roethlisberger Drink & Drunk," it caught many viewers by surprise.
Brighton actually outscored Liverpool 4-3 in today's 5th round FA Cup match at Anfield (one punctuated by this streaker). Unfortunately for Seagulls supporters, three of those goals were directed into their own net.
WNYW's Adrienne Supino did her best to report on the passing of Gary Carter tonight, but struggled a bit when it came to knowing which position the Hall of Fame catcher played in the majors. It wasn't the first Fox blunder today when it came to Carter's death.
If you watched the Thunder-Nuggets game on Sunday night, you probably remember this play, which came with just over a minute remaining in the fourth quarter. Kendrick Perkins, the Oklahoma City big man who has struggled a bit — with injury and with scoring — since he arrived from Boston in February, scored on a…