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The UFC is leaving Fox Sports and heading to ESPN as part of a five-year deal worth $1.5 billion that could potentially bring more eyes into mixed martial arts than ever before.
Some of the most famous athletes in world sports like UFC fighter Conor McGregor, tennis champion Roger Federer, and FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi all rank prominently in ESPN's World Fame 100 list — and we've laid out the top 18.
In latest Draymond Green twist, Charles Barkley threatened to punch 74-year-old ESPN personality Papi Le Batard in an amusing voicemail
Charles Barkley has started more than his fair share of feuds throughout the NBA postseason, and his latest is a good-natured war of words with 74-year-old ESPN personality Papi Le Batard.
‘Fox & Friends’ rips Jemele Hill for winning journalism award while ‘unemployed’ even though she still works for ESPN
The "Fox & Friends" morning team repeatedly referred to Jemele Hill, who still works at ESPN, as "unemployed" while discussing her recently being named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.
YouTube TV is the kind of cable-killing TV experience Apple promised us but failed to deliver, analysts say
Toni Sacconaghi Jr. praises YouTube TV for creating experience that TV viewers have long sought but the analyst calls out Apple managers for sitting on their hands. Apple could and should have been the ones to offer this kind of multi-channel service.
ESPN is teaming up with Netflix for a 10-part documentary series on Michael Jordan — here’s the trailer
ESPN and Netflix released a trailer for a 10-part documentary series on Michael Jordan and his rise in the NBA. It will feature participation from Jordan and several key members of his Chicago Bulls teams.
ESPN is increasing its online presence with new Twitter shows as it tries to keep up with the changing nature of media consumption
ESPN will even debut a Twitter version of its flagship "SportsCenter," as it tries to keep up with increasingly digital and web-centric nature of media and rebound from a difficult 2017.
ESPN+ launched April 12 for $4.99 per month or an annual fee of $49.99. Here is everything the subscription streaming service will include.
ESPN accidentally cut to commercial at the worst possible time during last night's broadcast of the Lakers-Spurs game.