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Anthony DiMoro

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Anthony DiMoro is the creator of Sports Rants and the CEO of Elite Rank Media. Anthony DiMoro is a Contributor for 'Forbes' where he talks Sports, SEO, Social Media and Internet Marketing. Anthony also hosts the 'Forbes SportsMoney Podcast' and is a Contributor to the Huffington Post where he covers sports

Sit-Sit Jorge!! Time for the Yankees to Make a Move

Eventually it had to happen. Sooner or later Jorge Posada would be a bench player. But nobody really wanted it to happen. Posada is...

Putting the Boxing World on Notice

Boxing careers are a long journey. Many boxers spend years climbing the ranks before ever making an impact or having a shot at a...

Carson Palmer and the Cincinatti Situation

Every day a storyline pops up regarding the fast paced Free-Agency in the NFL. After the lockout, it's been a very accelerated process. Exciting...

SportsRantz NFL RantZone – Looking for Fanatics!

Are you dying for the NFL season to kick off?! Ready for the action, the fantasy football, the chatter, the pizza, wings, beer and...

NFL Free-Agency: A Blitz of Possibilities

With the lockout now a thing of the past we are immediately propelled into the furious Free Agency period. But this year is unlike...

CM Punk vs. John Cena – Punk Wins WWE Title

For those of you who missed last night's epic match between CM Punk and John Cena for the WWE Championship, I found these videos...

Weekend Recap: A Punk, A Heartbreak & A Rumor

It's been a while since we have had an over abundance of sports headlines to discuss. So much so we had to consolidate it...

James Harrison: All-Pro Jackass

Not many people have generated the same intense on field production in the NFL than Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison. A Super Bowl hero...

Jeter Receiving All-Star Fuss

Here we are again. The most boring time of the baseball year for this particular MLB fan. The All-Star game. Grant it i do...

The NBA's Biggest Problem

So it looks as though the NBA is headed to yet another lockout. Yes, another labor lockout (last one was during the 98-99 season)...