Walker And Miller MVP’s, Philly Market, Rousey Joining WWE


Tennessee tight end Delanie Walker and Denver Bronco linebacker Von Miller helped the AFC beat the NFC in the Pro Bowl on Sunday becoming MVP’s of the game. The Pro Bowl doesn’t mean much for the League, except each player on the winning team gets $64,ooo with the MVP’s also receiving a new car.

If you live in Philadelphia and are fans of the Eagles, you’ll do whatever is necessary to root for your team in next week’s Super Bowl. The popular chicken restaurant, Boston Market, is even getting into the spirit of Super Bowl week and is temporarily changing their name to “Philly Market”.


Mixed martial phenom Ronda Rousey is joining World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Rousey was the face of mixed martial arts and appeared in Sports Illustrated and a number of movies. Rousey claims she hasn’t retired from MMA, but will devote all of her energy on WWE now. She said, “They have first priority on my timeline for the next several years and this is not a smash-and-grab. This is not a publicity stunt.”

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