The Rudy Report would like to point out that if you were able to kill lions and fix people's teeth 2,000 years ago, you would have been the king of the world, but times have changed, like today on "National Slinky Day." Anyways, the Rudy Report is known for being free of advertisements. However, today's report is brought to you by....
Juventus Turin has signed midfielder Samir Nasri from Manchester City. There are at least five NHL teams interested in trading for Blackhawks star Patrick Kane, despite an ongoing investigation accusing the player of rape. And, in baseball, the New York Yankees defeated Boston, while the Mets lost against Philadelphia.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Tommy Maddox, Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Nate Archibald, Lennox Lewis, Jimmy Connors, and Ghanaian sprinting sensation Aziz Zakari. On this day in 1789, the United States Department of the Treasury was founded. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but you can learn something funny about Microsoft in the Random Fact section!
Switching Teams - While the Chargers may move to Los Angeles, San Diego may be able to lure NFL franchise Jacksonville Jaguars to the West Coast. Read here.
Record Spending - Premier League clubs are once again spending more than $1.2 billion on player transfers, thanks to a lucrative broadcasting deal. Read here.
The Rudy Report wants to point out that it is very hard being a single mom, especially when you have no kids and are a guy, like today on "National Building Staff Appreciation Day." Anyways, there are many issues that can lead to widespread debate. However, there are also some facts that you just cannot argue with....
A judge has announced he will rule on the Deflategate case between Tom Brady and the NFL this week. German club Leverkusen has signed Mexican star Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez for 11.5 million Euros, where he will probably be called "Herr Nandez." And, in baseball, the New York Yankees lost against Boston, while the Mets won against Philadelphia.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Jason Taylor, Daniel Sturridge, Clinton Portis, Tim Hardaway, and Dutch soccer legend Ruud Gullit. On this day in 2006, Roger Goodell began his job as National Football League Commissioner. Have a great month, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but you can find out how to become stronger in the Random Fact section!
Not Selling - The owner of the Los Angeles Lakers says that the family has no intentions of selling the famous NBA franchise. Read here.
Less Attractive - A new report finds that demand for sports programming is stagnating, which means that several billion dollar rights deals could turn out to be too costly. Read here.
The Rudy Report wants to remind guys that any location is better to propose to your girlfriend, even an airport toilet, than an Applebee's, like today on "National Toasted Marshmallows Day." Anyways, there are lots of surprises in life. Some are great, some are not so great....
Manchester United is rumored to be offering more than 100 million Euros for FC Bayern winger Arjen Robben. The US Open will begin in New York City today. In the Premier League, Manchester City remains undefeated after beating Watford, while ManU lost against Swansea. Brian Harman shot two hole-in-ones in one round at the Barclays PGA Tour tournament. And, in baseball, the New York Yankees crushed Atlanta 20-6, while the Mets beat the Boston Red Sox.
The Rudy Reports says Happy Birthday to Charl Schwartzel, Ryan Kesler, Larry Fitzgerald, Scott Niedermayer, Padraig Harrington, and Romanian long jumping legend Vali Ionescu. On this day in 1881, the first US men's singles championships took place in Rhode Island. Have a great week, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but you can learn something interesting about Betty White in the Random Fact section!
Total Junk - Despite the New York Mets' success on the field, Citi Field stadium bonds remain junk status due to lower than expected attendance. Read here.
The Rudy Report would like to draw your attention to Rand Paul's hair, who, despite tough competition, has the most intriguing hair style of all candidates, growing curly on top and straight on the side, today on "National Bow Tie Day." Anyways, it is important to have a good wedding photographer, because you need a skilled guy that knows how to capture all the special moments....
Alex Rodriguez is getting sued by his former brother-in-law for $100 million in a suit alleging insurance fraud. The draw for the Champions League group stage took place yesterday, and the toughest group is Group D with Juventus, ManCity, Sevilla, and German club Gladbach. And, in baseball, the New York Mets beat Philadelphia again.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Scott Hamilton, Pierre Turgeon, Jeff Green, Lou Piniella, Andy Bathgate, and Finnish decathlon sensation Jaakko Ojaniemi. On this day in 1898, Caleb Bradham invented a carbonated soft drink that would later be called "Pepsi-Cola." And Pepsi is not okay.... Have a great weekend, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but you can learn something very interesting about Edgar Allen Poe in the Random Fact section!
Getting Closer - The National Hockey League has started phase 3 of its expansion process, but Quebec City's chances remain uncertain. Read here.
Mega Deal - A Chinese billionaire is paying $650 million for World Triathlon Corp, betting that endurance races will become hugely popular in Asia. Read here.
Uncertain Future - NHL franchise Carolina Hurricanes is facing some uncertainty as owner Peter Karmanos has been trying to sell the team. Read here.
The Rudy Report wants to point out that nothing ruins your Friday faster than realizing it's only Thursday, like today on "National Burger Day." Anyways, if you want to stay anonymous, but still want to be on TV, you have to ask the station to blur you out. And that looks something like this....
Chelsea is preparing a massive $110 million bid for Juventus Turin midfielder Paul Pogba. Former Rudy Report Athlete of the Year and AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli is not allowed to tweet or go to clubs before games, according to his new contract. In the Champions League, Bayer Leverkusen and Manchester United were the most prominent teams to qualify for the group stage. And, in baseball, the New York Yankees lost against Houston, while the Mets beat Philadelphia.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Darren McFadden, Mark Webber, Jim Thome, Adam Oates, Gerhard Berger, and Dutch field hockey legend Jaap-Derk Buma. On this day in 1921, J.E. Clair of Acme Packing Co. of Green Bay was granted an NFL franchise. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but you can find out something interesting about Facebook in the Random Fact section!
The Biggest Deal - World football governing body FIFA is fighting a challenge to transfer rules, which could threaten the entire $4 billion transfer market. Read here.
In The Lead - A new report suggests that the St. Louis Rams and the San Diego Chargers will be the two NFL franchises to move to Los Angeles. Read here.