Sunday Link-Off: Star Power

Apparently folks have just discovered Swedish model Mini Anden. We’ve known about her since she was one the fourth episode of Chuck in 2007.

The gang at Bloomberg have determined the most powerful athlete in the world on and off the field. Thanks to Tiger’s last year, there’s a new sheriff in town. (Business Week)

Speaking of power in sports, there’s a hell of a lot of star power at LA Lakers games. Want to know which seats let you rub elbows with Hollywood’s elite. Here’s the star map of the Staples Center. (Hollywood Reporter)

And speaking of LA, it was 15 years ago last week that the Kings unveiled their third jersey. It’s a day that will live in infamy for some hockey fans. Here’s the story behind those jerseys. (The Royal Half)

After the jump, more NHL links, Ridley Scott’s new TV project and the Dead Space hand cannon. Continue reading


SummerSlam 2010 Review

The second oldest and second biggest show on the WWE’s calendar is their annual summer bash known as SummerSlam. For the second year running, wrestling’s biggest show of the summer came to Los Angeles’ Staples Centre for the 23rd annual SummerSlam. The entire show was built around a rookies vs. veterans angle between The Nexus and the WWE in an almost nWo-style invasion angle. Find out how well that angle and the rest of the show played out after the jump. Continue reading

Summerslam 2009 Review

SummerSlam-2009SummerSlam is the second biggest show on the WWE’s calendar every year. Fittingly, given the WWE’s recent fascination with celebrities on Monday Night Raw, the 22nd edition of SummerSlam was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. So how was the biggest show of the summer? Find out after the jump. Continue reading