WWE is surveying people on its Saturday Morning Slam facebook page as to whether or not they would like to see the show expand to a one-hour format going forward. This sounds like a fantastic idea, but what do you think? Feel free to visit their wall and let them know, but share your thoughts with us first in the comments below.
Dress up your new Facebook profile timeline with this new set of Canucks cover images. Check out the Aussie fan site to get your hands on them: http://www.vancouvercanucks.com.au
If you're wondering why UFC President Dana White has been hesitant to book a Jon Jones vs. Anderson Silva superfight, it's probably because he has little interest in seeing what King Kong would do with a "Spider." Props to whoever made this picture, which was posted on the MMAmania.com Facebook page. Go "like" it if you haven't already, Maniacs.
Gina Carano doing a hand stand near some cool scenery. She commented, "If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything." From Facebook
UFC 131 "Prelims" to stream live on YouTube on June 11, 2011. Have trouble with the UFC Facebook stream on your home computer? Never fear, there's always another way. On top of offering its usual free stream on Facebook, UFC will offer a separate stream, at the same time, on YouTube for the "Dos Santos vs. Carwin" event starting at 5:50 p.m. ET. You can visit the event page by clicking here.
The UFC knows the importance and the power of social media. According to MMAPayout, the UFC facebook page gained 66,210 "likes" over the weekend for streaming free prelim bouts from UFC Fight for the Troops 2. Today, they have a total of 4,624,416 "likes" overall. UFC Fight for the Troops 2 Coverage
Wondering how many "likes" the UFC got for utilizing social media giant Facebook to stream four free prelims for the Jan. 22 "Fight for the Troops 2" event? Well, the good folks over at MMAPayout.com put some work in and came up with a few numbers. According to their figures, the UFC gained a total of 66,210 "likes" by the end of the fight weekend. Impressed? Or did you expect a higher number?
It should surprise exactly no one that the 'Dawgs essentially have clinched the 2010 Fulmer Cup, or that a friend of mine who is a Georgia Tech fan stopped by my Facebook page to congratulate me on that dubious achievement. For what it's worth, my response appears herein. Go 'Dawgs!
This was a friend's Facebook status update earlier today. Personally, I don't know why he's so surprised. I cover University of Georgia athletics generally, and Diamond Dog baseball particularly, on the internet, so it's not entirely beyond the realm of possibility that they were talking about me. Go 'Dawgs!