So here we are, sitting on Friday morning on the edge of history. There are a few unknowns going into the Twickenham encounter of old enemies but there are also some known unknowns.
Brought to you by The Couch Pundit Podcast (Itunes link) (Stitcher – Link) (Podbean – Link) We are on the run in to the finish of the 6 Nations 2018. As we stand, Ireland are in the driving seat with the Scots coming to Dublin this weekend followed by a St Patricks day match against the old … More Ireland v Scotland – a preview
Brought to you by The Couch Pundit Podcast Changing tack slightly and moving away from the oval ball game into the cage and into the world of Conor McGregor. The man who is the most bankable star in the history of the young sport. The man who has brought the sport further into the main … More Conor McGregor, the future and serving all masters.
So the biggest fight in combat sports history (until the next one) took place on Saturday night. I thought I should wait a while before reviewing it, partly due to sleep deprivation and also the need to rewatch it. Upon first viewing there were a few things made clear. Firstly that McGregor got in there … More #Maymac round by round, Awkwardness and Business.
So we are in the middle of fight week, the biggest fight in the history of sport (until the next one) is nearly upon us. Much like everyone everywhere, I have my opinions. Here they are, and open to challenge.
And so here we are. Everyone (including myself) has become an amateur boxing expert in the aftermath of our most decorated team in history underperforming on the biggest stage. I am coming at this from a slightly different angle so please bear with me. The first side of this is the team and coaches. The … More Armchair experts, Olympics and Bad Management