Jeremy Lebor’s background is one of matrimonial and family law. He spent a number of years successfully in the entertainment industry both as an artist manager and an agent/promoter, with acts in the UK, Europe, Asia, Caribbean and United States, working with an eclectic array of artistes… He currently spends his time living in England between London/Brighton & Hove on the south coast of England.
Writing, amongst many other varied interests is something that Jeremy is very passionate about! – As such, he is a published author and also a regular social media contributor. Continue reading
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Get Real is pleased to announce the launch of two new blogs to add to the Get Real slate of offerings.
Getrealwrestling.com has just been added and we are looking for WWE and TNA IMPACT bloggers.
Wrestling is one of the biggest entertainment offerings in the world and we want to be able to give Get Real readers some insight into the big matchups and rivalries.
We want blogs about Ceno, Hogan, and the Rock. The WWE and TNA are the best wrestling platforms on the planet and solid blogs about those organizations should get huge traction with Get Real readers. Please send sample blog posts to [email protected]. The site is brand new but it should grow rapidly with the traffic coming from other Get Real sites which focus on hockey, football, soccer, and odds. Continue reading
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Tagged Ceno, Dana White, getrealmma.com, getrealwrestling.com, Hogan, Hulk Hogan, Impact Wrestling, Sports, Twitter, WWE
Blogging is the great equalizer. Everyone’s opinion matters in the blogosphere assuming people are reading it. The internet is crowded with relics from the past, up and comers, and mostly the never will be. The thin line that separates one from the other is not always evident. The rise and fall of certain blogs can be as haphazard as the direction of a leaf on a windy street. Nowhere is this blogging mishmash more prevalent than the field of sports blogging. Many bloggers are fans with a laptop and only through persistence and hard work that these “experts” rise to the top of the heap. Continue reading
My name is Ross Brouillette but most know me as Ross The Boss. I am 28 years old with lots of experience in soccer / football. I played the game at a high level (state, regional, & national champ) and write about the beautiful game at a high level. My forte is writing opinion pieces, you will not find match previews and reviews here but you will find player analysis and team tactics analysis. I studied psychology in university with a focus in sports, which I use to coach by day and write by night. Recently realized I want to make a living doing something in my #1 passion so I am currently looking for that “big break”(opportunity) to get me in the game.
Don’t hesitate to tweet me @RosssoccerBoss .
The Magic Sponge Podcast team is made up of PK (Tottenham fan), AK (Manchester United fan) and CK (Chelsea fan). We are diverse in both the teams we support, and our “football generation” as we represent a range from the old school to the new school (George Best- El Niño). Overall we try to look at the hot topics in the EPL and European leagues from all angles often with some off-the-cuff commentary, generally unbiased, except when our teams face off of course. To see more from us and our individual bios, please check us out at www.themagic-sponge.com.
My main focus on this blog will be teams that I am a fan of. These teams include the Cincinnati Reds, Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Columbus Blue Jackets and the Columbus Crew. I may not be as plugged into any of these organizations as some of the beat writers but I will try to get as much information about a story as possible before posting my story. I will also try to do some predictions of upcoming seasons and possibly games.
Caitlin has spent her whole life around hockey rinks. From the time she started skating to the time she picked up her first stick she fell in love. She played 12.5 years of competitive hockey and received a scholarship. Her career was cut short as a result of concussions. When she hung up her skates she picked up a pen and turned her love for the game into a love of writing about the game. She has been writing for roughly 1 year and is finishing up grade 12. She’s written for The Hockey Writers, Chat Sports and Rant Sports.
Curtis Roberts was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and has gone to Tampa Bay Buccaneers games since he can remember. Curtis was the sports editor for his high school newspaper at Tampa Preparatory and the same title for the Hillsborough Community College newspaper, The Hawkeye. Curtis lived in Jacksonville for two years while attending the University of North Florida but returned home to Tampa, mainly to cover his two biggest passions: the Buccaneers and the Tampa Bay Rays. Curtis hopes to live in Florida and keep it beautiful for the rest of his life.
I’ve been a sports writer since I was a junior in high school. I was never able to participate in sports due to a physical handicap, but I’ve always been intrigued by the intricacies of sports. Why did this team win or why was this individual able to come out on top, ect. And I’ve always had a talent for writing, so I put the two together.
I was lucky enough to get a job with a weekly local paper in my area and I have covered nearly every sport out there. Growing up in Eugene, OR, I’ve always been a Duck football and basketball fan. I grew up at Autzen Stadium and McArthur Court. It’s been a blessing to now get paid to cover the teams I grew up watching and rooting for, especially now, the Golden Era of Oregon football. I’m hoping basketball can achieve the same stature as the football team. I have been able to cover two BCS Games and it would be a dream to go to and cover a Final 4.
But my first love has been since I was eight years old, baseball, or more specifically, Atlanta Braves baseball. I know I’ll probably never cover them for a publication, but if I did and to be able to cover a World Series, I’d die happy.
As for the sports bars, sorry, can’t help you. I don’t go to bars. Sitting there in the midst of drunken fans where most of them don’t have a clue of knowing what’s going on, but think they do, isn’t my idea of a good time.
I’ll be writing more as the GM meetings and winter meetings get under way.