WWE Royal Rumble 2022 Highlights

The WWE Royal Rumble took place this past Saturday on Peacock TV. The woman’s Royal Rumble was interesting because wrestlers from the past made rare appearance in the match. Some of those wrestlers were Melina, Kelly Kelly, Michelle McCool, Cameron, Ivory (portraying her Right to Censor gimmick), Brie Bella, Impact Knockouts world champion Mickie James, Alicia Fox, Summer Rae, Nikki Bella, Sarah Logan, Lita and Mighty Molly Holly.

After a three-year absence, Ronda Rousey returned and won the Royal Rumble by defeating Charlotte Flair.

Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns by via disqualification. Reigns attacked Rollins with multiple chair shots after the match.

Reggeaton star Bad Bunny made an appearance in the Royal Rumble main event match. Bad Bunny was eliminated by Brock Lesnar, but I respect Bad Bunny for standing face to face with Lesnar and taking an F-5 from him. Brock Lesnar won the match and will head to Wrestlemania.

Sunday Sports Shorts

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In the Caribbean Series, Dominican Republic defeated Puerto Rico, 5-3 last night. Robinson Cano drove in two runs in the bottom of the 7th inning.

Nets star James Harden missed Saturday’s game against the Golden State Warriors due to a hand strain. Harden is currently averaging 23.0 points, 10.1 assists and 8.1 rebounds while shooting 42 percent from the field and 33.7 percent from deep.

Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Los Angeles Kings in OT, 4-3. Cam Atkinson finished the game with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist).

Nadal has won the Australian Open. He defeated Daniil Medvedev 2-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Nadal becomes the first man to win 21 Grand Slams.

Miguel Mike Medina Wins Best Mobile Film For ‘Giving Up’ 

Dominican-American director, writer, producer, actor, Miguel Mike Medina, wins Best Mobile Film at Nicomedia International Bi-Monthly Film Awards for the November-December 2021 season. 

Dominican-American director, writer, producer, actor, Miguel Mike Medina, wins Best Mobile Film for his micro-short film, Giving Up, at Nicomedia International Bi-Monthly Film Awards for the November-December 2021 season. It’s the film’s second overall victory. Medina’s Giving Up will be premiering at the end of the month on Instagram and Facebook. Medina describes his motivation for tackling such a profound film that many people can resonate with. “I made this film to showcase what humans can do when the odds are stacked against them. Feeling outnumbered and lonely is a terrible feeling to go through. Not everyone is strong enough to know that they can overcome anything.” 

Mental health and depression is an enormous problem in our society. Medina is an artist who takes these issues very seriously, and he has witnessed former classmates and colleagues go through these situations. Miguel became more motivated to tell personal and/, or related stories after someone in the audience approached him after he screened his film ‘Torn Feelings’ at the 2018 Official Latino Film Festival. She said to him, “I can relate to your film because I went through something similar like that with my partner two years ago.” It became an eye-opener for Miguel that people are paying attention to these stories being told through the screen. When making ‘Giving Up,’ Medina highlighted some of his challenges while doing this project. “The hardest part about making the movie with my phone is that the room was tiny. I had to be careful with lighting and composition. This idea came to me on the same day I shot the movie, and I wanted to waste no time. I thought about shooting it at a different location, but then I realized that having a small room and the character going through some serious problems fits the story’s genesis. So I stuck to my guns and went for it. It paid off.” 

Medina loves mobile filmmaking and narrative stories. He is no stranger when it comes to that. It’s not the first time Miguel has filmed one of his movies using his phone. He’s done this with other short projects such as horror shorts “11:00” and “Halloween in Uptown Heights.” 

Medina and his film production company, Double L 94 Productions, have produced many independent films and web series. Some of his award-winning films are: “Where Did We Go Wrong? “A Sorrowful Birthday,” “Valentine’s Dinner,” and “Neighbors, Breakups, and Surprises.” Medina also created, produced, and starred in his new sketch comedy web series, The MMM Project, winning eight awards for Best Web and New Media from various film festivals.

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Chris Kreider Scores 30th Goal

New York Rangers Chris Kreider is having himself a season to remember. It’s a great time to be alive to see Kreider perform the way he is performing. Chris Kreider became the first NHL player to score 30 goals this season.

Kreider gave the Rangers a 1-0 lead with his NHL-leading 15th power-play goal of the season at 19:58 of the first period.

Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Kings, 3-2. The Rangers (28-11-4) have won five in a row at home and five of their past six games overall.

Darius Quisenberry Named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week

According to the Fordham University Athletics, Fordham University graduate student guard Darius Quisenberry has been named the Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Player of the week for game played January 17-23 it was announced by the conference office today. It is the first weekly award for Quisenberry.

Quisenberry averaged 29.5 ppg, 5.0 RPG, 6.0 APG, and 2.0 SPG in two games on the week. He shot .514 (18-35) from the field and .409 (9-22) behind the arc.

Quisenberry, Fordham’s first Atlantic 10 Player of the Week since Javontae Hawkins in 2017, started the week by scoring 23 points and adding five rebounds, eight assists, and one steal in a loss to Richmond the Rose Hill Gym.

On the year, Quisenberry leads the Atlantic 10 in scoring, averaging 17.9 ppg. He is also averaging 4.3 RPG and has 36 assists and 23 steals.

24 Years Since Dawson’s Creek Debut

Today, twenty-four years ago, Dawson’s Creek made its TV debut on the formerly known The WB Network. It’s one of the most memorable teen drama shows of all time.

Dawson’s Creek became a colossal hit and defined teen drama in the late 90s and early 2000s. It’s one of my top five favorite teen shows of all time. You have a show that tackles friendships, relationships, and family situations. The main plot of Dawson’s Creek was the love triangle between Dawson, Joey, and Pacey. I’m glad that the show’s creator, Kevin Williamson, picked Pacey for Joey and not Dawson because I just felt that Pacey was the man that Joey needed and challenged her for the better. Seasons one and three stood out the most to me. Here are some of my favorite episodes of Season One and Three.

Season One

  • Pilot 
  • Carnal Knowledge
  • Hurricane
  • Breakfast Club
  • Friday the 13th
  • Pretty Woman

Season Three

  • Stolen Kisses
  • The Longest Day
  • The Anti-Prom
  • True Love

Dawson’s Creek is currently streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and Tubi