Bryan Danielson on the differences between Tony Khan/AEW and Vince McMahon/WWE

When CM Punk joined Moose & Maggie a few weeks back to discuss his jump to All Elite Wrestling, he discussed how he felt AEW owner Tony Khan was “more approachable than other bosses he’s had,” meaning WWE’s Vince McMahon, and attributed it to Khan being a fan. Bryan Danielson...
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AEW's Bryan Danielson talks injuries, wrapping up his career with Moose & Maggie

The highest point of Bryan Danielson’s professional wrestling career undoubtedly came in 2014 when, at WrestleMania XXX, he defeated Triple H in the opening match and then Batista and Randy Orton in the main event to win the WWE Championship, culminating a rise of the “YES Movement” where he became the most popular athlete in the sport.
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Bryan Danielson Reveals How Many Years He'll Wrestle Full-Time in AEW

Bryan Danielson, formerly Daniel Bryan, was teasing that his days as a full-time wrestler were quickly coming to an end as his final WWE contract reached its last few months earlier this year. However, the former WWE Champion decided to make the jump to All Elite Wrestling, and is now claiming he has three years left as a full-time competitor in what he believes is the "climax" of his career. He'll make his in-ring debut for the company at AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam, taking on Kenny Omega.

Bryan Danielson Plans To End Full-Time In-Ring Career In Three Years

Bryan Danielson has revealed that the next three years will be his last as a full-time wrestler. The former Daniel Bryan only debuted with AEW on September 5th but he already has his future somewhat mapped out. The former WWE Champion also lifted the lid on his thought process upon leaving WWE, explaining that he nearly left wrestling altogether.

AEW's Bryan Danielson views next three years as climax of career

During an appearance on WFAN's "Moose and Maggie" to promote Wednesday night's Grand Slam edition of Dynamite, Bryan Danielson spoke about how he views the next three years of his career. “Proving things is focused on other people. I’m not interested in that so much. I feel like I’ve proven...

Blake Martinez talks Washington loss, looks ahead to Falcons with Moose & Maggie

The New York Giants are 0-2 for the second straight season under Joe Judge, but when linebacker Blake Martinez joined Moose & Maggie Tuesday for his first turn on the Giants Report this season, he noted that there’s a lot he’s already seeing to believe another 0-5 isn’t in their future.
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Suzyn Waldman: The ultimate female pioneer in sports

Ever since I can remember, Suzyn Waldman’s voice has been coming out of my radio and providing color for the New York Yankees. Her knowledge of the game, as well as her sheer wit and humor, are synonymous with Yankees broadcasts. Despite the fact that she is now an integral part of the organization, however, it wasn’t always that way. In fact, she is a trailblazer, a pioneer, and a true inspiration for women in the baseball world.
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New York Yankees vs. Cleveland: Gerrit Cole vs. Eli Morgan

The Yankees will take the field this afternoon in the Bronx looking to take the third game of the finale set from Cleveland. The Yankees looked great in the series opener Friday night as they turned in an impressive all-around team performance, then they followed that with an absolute stinker yesterday afternoon. We’re all at the point in the season where optics no longer matter, only results do, and the Yankees need a win today against the sub-.500 team from Cleveland (a sub-.500 team that’ll be sending a pitcher to the mound with a 6.03 ERA, no less).
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New York Yankees vs. Cleveland: Luis Gil vs. Aaron Civale

It’s hard to say if the Yankees have exactly righted the ship, but they took care of business last night in an 8-0 win that pushed them back into a Wild Card spot. With another win today, they’ll keep the train rolling into the final two weeks of the season.