YouTube vs. TikTok fight results: Austin McBroom TKO’s Bryce Hall, AnEsonGib gets robbed

The Battle of the Platforms is finished, and it ended up being a pretty entertaining event.

Austin McBroom absolutely dominated his fight against Bryce Hall, earning a TKO victory. The two social media stars put up a bet against one another that they’d have to pay the other a $1 million bonus in the event of a knockout. But since the referee intervened, it’s not clear if Hall is going to be paying up. Either way, McBroom came away the winner of the main event.

The co-main event between AnEsonGib and Tayler Holder ended in a huge controversy as

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Why You Should Invest in DICK’S Sporting (DKS) Right Away

DICK’S Sporting Goods, Inc. DKS is worth giving a shot right now as its sound fundamentals and growth efforts look impressive. The Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) stock boasts of a VGM Score of B. Notably, shares of this company have rallied 29.8% in the past three months against the industry‘s decline of 0.5% and the Retail-Wholesale sector’s decrease of 2%.

That said, let’s delve into the factors that make the stock a promising bet.

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DICK’S Sporting has been gaining from significant investments in e-commerce, technology, store payroll, Team Sports and private brands. The company has

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Suns’ Chris Paul asks referee to hit Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic with technical foul, promptly gets his wish

Chris Paul doesn’t have the best relationship with every single NBA referee, but he was definitely on the same page with the officiating crew for Friday night’s game between the Suns and Nuggets.

During the fourth quarter of Phoenix’s 116-102 win, Denver star Nikola Jokic, who had formally accepted his MVP trophy before the start of Game 3, erupted in anger after a drive to the basket against Suns center Deandre Ayton. Jokic seemed to think he had been fouled, but referee Ben Taylor watched the sequence play out and felt that Jokic simply lost control of the ball.

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Techstars Sports Accelerator Powered By Indy Announces The Class Of 2021

The 11 Selected Innovative Companies are Shaping the Future of the Sports Industry

Techstars, the worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed, is announcing the Techstars Sports Accelerator Powered by Indy class of 2021. These 11 promising startups will partake in a 13-week mentorship-driven accelerator program beginning June 7, culminating with Demo Day on September 2 where they will showcase their progress to an expected audience of more than 500 investors from around the world.

The diverse group of founders selected for the class of 2021 come from around the world, including U.S. tech hubs like NYC, Denver and Salt Lake

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Caufield, college stars add ‘young energy’ to NHL playoffs

When the Montreal Canadiens were one goal away from being eliminated in the first round, and then again when they were one goal away from reaching the Stanley Cup semifinals, Cole Caufield set up the overtime winner each time.

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Caufield was dominating college hockey just two months earlier and suddenly at age 20 had become a key player for the NHL’s most storied franchise. Along with Colorado forwards Alex Newhook and Sampo Ranta, and Florida goaltender Spencer Knight, Caufield’s success jumping right into the playoffs fresh off playing a full college season could inspire

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Indiana All-Stars dominate series, get 100th win over Kentucky

OWENSBORO, Ky. – Win No. 100 for the boys Indiana All-Stars in the long history of the annual series against Kentucky was one to celebrate.

The All-Stars rolled to a 93-70 victory Friday night at the Owensboro Sportscenter as five players scored in double figures, led by Blackford’s Luke Brown with 18 points. The offense was great. But that was not necessarily the reason for celebration — at least for coach Ryan Osborn. It was increased attention and intensity on the defensive end that had the Carmel coach most excited.

“There were times we really pushed it and got fast-break

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