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SportsRantz Loves Twitter



Most of you who have already read our blog posts, already signed up as a Ranter or just follow us on Twitter know how passionate we are about Social Media and Sports.

So I figured to shout out people who fill my time line with great sports related thoughts, links, material, etc. And not just SPORTS personalities, I’m talking about the die-hard fans that actually offer great sports chatter on their Timeline.

You’re going to read two lists. The first is the Ranterz who just stay pretty active on and well….you should follow them!

The second list is just a general shout out. Follow these people too!!! And not just on Follow Friday (#FF), these people deserve to be followed! And to the people mentioned on this list…get over to!!! We love your Tweets and would love your Rantz on the site!! You can even tie your Twitter to your SportsRantz so you can Rant & Tweet simultaneously…Seriously, and all us Ranterz would love you to be a part of Sports Nation – Click here to join in and Create a Ranter Profile

People You Need to Follow

Anthony DiMoro – Why would I not shout myself out? Seriously!! If you like Yankees, Suns, Miami Dolphins, WWE and fitness tweets I sprinkle it all into a huge Twitter collage!
Follow Anthony DiMoro Here Blog

Deanna Ferris – My partner in crime on She tweets about all sports topics and has a unique female insight. Not to mention from time to time she will post her articles on a plethora of sports topics. Always a good read
Follow Deanna Ferris here Blog

Kristina Chambers –’s NHL & NASCAR Ranter. Kristina truly has one of the best blogs not only on but the entire net! Follow her and keep up on your hockey and NASCAR. Check out her blog too!
Follow Kristina Chambers here
Kristina’s blog on

Michael Torres – Michael has a great blog about football on SportsRantz. Great insight and tremendous points of views. He has really in-depth football articles that make it a hard blog to ignore.
Follow Michael Torres on Twitter
Torres Sports blog on

Carrie – She loves WWE, Duke and will be participating in’s “Dukes of the Roundtable” blog next season with a few of our other Lady-Duke Fanatics. Rant with her on sportsrants!!
Follow Carrie on Twitter

Whitney Grace – Has some tremendous posts on Twitter with the WWE. I think she may have even been at Wrestlemania this year!! Follow her and tell her to get her ass to SportsRantz !
Follow Whitney Grace on Twitter

Duane Frank – Huge MMA and Notre Dame fan but has a timeline full of various sports links. Saw today he posted some good NCAA information. Duane buddy, come join us on SportsRantz and share that weath of knowledge!
Follow Duane Frank on Twitter

Vivian – Simply stated; if you love hockey you NEED to follow Vivian. Her timeline will keep you FULL of hockey information and up to date news. She truly is a tremendous follow for all hockey fans. Share it with SportsRantz Vivian!!
Follow Vivian on Twitter

Susan Shan – She has tons of interviews on her website and keeps her timeline stacked with spots insight and breaking news. Very active in the industry and she takes the time to interact with her followers! If only she were on SportsRantz right? 😉 wink wink
Follow Susan Shan on Twitter

Rosemari Famiglietti – A few people I truly keep an eye on when it comes to my Yankees is Rosemari! During a Yankee game there are few that rival the tweets of Rosemari! She needs to bring that Yankee love over the! Just Saying!!
Follow Rosemari Famiglietti on Twitter

Danny – Just like Rosemari, Danny tweets nonstop about the Yankees! Especially during the games. Almost pitch by pitch. He also takes the time to interact and has a Yankee Blog on
Follow Danny on Twitter
Danny’s Blog on SportsRantz

Hallie – A New England Patriots fan who knows her stuff. Check her timeline for NFL-related tweets! Bring it on to SportsRantz Hallie!! This Dolphin fan in particular would love to rant with you!
Follow Hallie on Twitter

Jay Davoren – HUGE Chicago Bulls and NBA fan. His timeline is entertaining, interesting and has some great sports tidbits packed in it! He also is on, add him as a friend!
Follow Jay Favoren on Twitter

Deuce Van Deuce – Great timeline for hockey fans. Plus he has been saying he is coming onto blog on SportsRantz about the NHL. Let’s see what you got!
Follow Deuce Van Deuce on Twitter

Emilia Sophia – Emilia shows some love and that’s why we are shouting her out! She has a fun timeline and you may find a article in her Daily Newspaper! Plus she is an SEO and I gotta shout a fellow SEO out! Thanks for spreading the word about our site Emilia! Hope we see you on soon!!
Follow Emilia Sophia on Twitter


Now go follow these people and DO NOT forget to follow as well
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We will be revisiting this post in the VERY near future!!! Now come Rant with us!!!

Anthony DiMoro is the creator of Sports Rants and the CEO of Elite Rank Media and DiMoro Enterprises LLC. He is a former Contributor for Forbes and the Huffington Post where he covered sports, social media, and SEO. Anthony hosts the Anthony DiMoro Show podcast, and formerly hosted the 'Forbes SportsMoney Podcast'.

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25th Annual Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night, A Charity Knockout Event



Photo Credit: Monica Alvarez

The stars came out last night to give, show support, perform, and to continue to raise money and awareness in hopes of one day find a cure to knockout Parkinson’s disease.

Going back to year number 1, The first ever event was held at the Ritz-Carlton operated on a much smaller scale than today, which is now held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa.

At the very first Celebrity Fight Night With the help of Phoenix Suns Charles Barkley, Dan Majerle, and the valley of the sun’s very own Louie Espinoza, Tony Baltazar, and boxing champion Michael Carbajal who by the way fought in the ring with over sized boxing gloves.

The ”Puttin on the Fists at The Ritz” first Celebrity Fight Night scored a knockout win and is STILL punching on through today for the Greatest Of All Time, The late great Muhammad Ali.

Last night I was honored to attend and speak to a few of the stars, one was NFL legendary kicker Nick Lowery, Mr. Lowery now spends most of his time at charitable endeavors and advocating for alternative medicine research and is also a spokesman for Kannalife, Inc to raise awareness for CTE and players safety in hopes of one day having intercellular “helmets,” like Kannalife’s CBD and KLS-13019, is so important to potentially treat the brain.

I asked Lowery what is his favorite Ali memory, and Lowery’s response: ” Taking Ali to the NBA All-Star game one year as we sat behind Jay-Z and Beyonce and watching Beyonce wave to Ali, Beyonce spoke to us, she is the sweetest person. Also taking Ali to the locker rooms and watching Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, and all the other all stars turn into children at the sight of seeing their hero the greatest of all time Muhammad Ali walk through the doors, what an experience that was.”

In asking the very same question to R&B Singer Brian McKnight, ”I have so many Ali memories but my favorite was watching Ali knockout George Foreman at home with my dad. The odds were against Ali and Ali being the great fighter that he was he beat the odds and stopped a much younger powerful puncher in Foreman. You know, I am still a big boxing fan today, I enjoy watching Tyson Fury out of the current heavyweights.”

And what did legendary former champion boxer, Micheal Carbajal have to say? ”It’s truly an honor to attend this great event, at the very first one proceeds went to my 9th street boxing gym and now 24 years later it’s still going strong, a great charity”. Mr. Carbajal went on to talk some boxing with me,

Carbajal- ” You see Spence/Garcia?”

Me- ” Yes, it was brutal, what did you think?”

Carbajal- ” Not good for Mikey Garcia at all, but he is still my favorite current boxer, and he beats everybody at 135 pounds if he can make the weight there. Mikey would knockout Lomachenko in 4 rounds at 135.”

Me- ”Wow, you really think that? Both are great technical boxers but I can’t see a 4 round fight between them, so you really think it would only take Mikey 4 rounds to stop Lomachenko?”

Carbajal- ” I KNOW so!”

Special honorees for the evening include fabled American music producer and 27-time Grammy Award-winner Quincy Jones, Arizona State University President Dr. Michael Crow and Dr. Abraham Lieberman, the medical director of the Movement Disorders Clinic at Barrow Neurological Institute and Renee Parsons of the Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation.

“For 25 years, we’ve treated Celebrity Fight Night audiences to the world’s greatest entertainers and this year will be no different as we welcome Barry Manilow,” said Jimmy Walker, Founder of Celebrity Fight Night. “With the help of our celebrity friends and incredibly generous donors, we are once again excited to raise millions of dollars and make a difference in the lives of those who need our support.”

Individual tickets for Celebrity Fight Night start at $1,500 – $10,000.  To purchase tickets or to get more information on the event, please visit, or call (602) 956-1121.

About Celebrity Fight Night
Celebrity Fight Night has gifted more than $86 million over the past 24 years benefiting the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, as well as several other worthy charities.

The black-tie event features a cocktail reception, silent auction, elegant dinner, and an exciting live auction including one-of-a-kind luxury items and experiences. Celebrity Fight Night Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1994 by Jimmy Walker and supports the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, as well as numerous other charities. For more information,

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Olympic Cyclist Kelly Catlin Dead at 23



Olympic track cyclist Kelly Catlin, who competed in the 2016 Rio Janeiro Games, was found dead in her California home this past Friday due to an apparent suicide, according to an announcement from her father, according to Reuters.

“There isn’t a minute that goes by that we don’t think of her and think of the wonderful life she could have lived,” her father, Mark Catlin said, according to VeloNews. “There isn’t a second in which we wouldn’t freely give our lives in exchange for hers. The hurt is unbelievable.”

Catlin, 23, took the silver medal in Rio and was part of the teams who took home the gold in 2016, 2017, and 2018 World Championships.

Catlin had reportedly struggled with mental health in the past and her sister, Christine Catlin, said that Catlin was “a really special person – kind, funny, empathetic, and talented at literally everything she did, per the Washington Post. She just felt like she couldn’t say no to everything that was asked of her and this was her only escape.”

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Tom Brady And Pats Play Record 8th AFC Championship Game, Seek 6th Superbowl



It’s Championship Sunday and one of the NFL staples remain atop the league. The New England Patriots are appearing in their record 8th AFC title game in hopes of competing for a sixth title.

A season that most organizations would be happy with, was one of challenge for the Patriots. Usually a top tier team, they suffered bad losses to the Jaguars, Titans and Dolphins. However, in Patriot fashion along a weak AFC East, the Patriots finished 11-5, won a 10th straight conference title and secured a first round bye.

Kansas City will host New England in the AFC Championship game in what is a rematch from week six. That game featured an offensive clinic ,  As reported by CBS Boston, Brady went 24-35 passing for 340 yards and touchdown in that game; Mahomes went 23-36 passing for 352 yards and four touchdowns. The AFC Championship could very well play out the same way.

The Chiefs will be a tough out, They won their first home playoff game in 25 years last week against the Colts and are riding one of the most prolific offenses in history behind quarterback whisperer Andy Reid and phenome Patrick Mahomes who is arguably the NFLs best young QB.

In what is a David and Goliath matchup, Brady seems to imply they are the underdog. As he told CBS’s Tracy Wolfson, “I know everyone thinks we suck and, you know, cant win games,”.  Will the dynasty continue? Or will Reid and Mahomes hoist the Lombardi?

I’m leaning towards the game plan of Bill Belichick and veteran experience of Tom Brady in this one. I think a Patriot/Saints matchup is in order. Either way, it will undoubtedly be one for the ages.

Game Time: Sunday January 20th at 6:40ET/5:40CT on CBS.

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