Ken Boehlke is the host of Usually Wrong, CBS Sports Radio 1140’s only local sports talk show. He’s also the assistant producer of The Alan Stock Show on KXNT. Before coming to Las Vegas, Ken was an assistant producer at WBBM in Chicago. He graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri. He is happily married to his wife Abby, and loves his pair of five pound Yorkies named Wiglaf and Rupert. You can follow Ken on Twitter @kenboehlke or follow the show @SportsRadio1140.
Two of the UFC’s biggest names both fell on the same night. Nate Diaz took down Conor McGregor in the second round via rear naked choke and Miesha Tate did the same to Holly Holm in the fifth round.
There’s a fundamental problem with the sport of mixed martial arts, and that is, if one fighter is not KO’ed, submitted, or injured, a winner must be determined in a different way. The current UFC standard, and the standard used by every MMA organization as well as every boxing organization in the world, is to have a three judge panel “score” the fight and choose the eventual victor.
2016 is almost a month and a half old and the United States Men’s National Team is already 2-0 in friendlies against Canada and Iceland. Even though it’s not a World Cup year, there will be plenty of very important soccer this calendar year. Here are the four reasons why 2016 is massive for the USMNT.
McGregor wasn’t happy the posters were not featuring him prominently enough, and he also wondered, “where is my damn belt?”
A fight between Miesha Tate and Holly Holm puts the real super fight, Holm vs. Ronda Rousey, in jeopardy. Is it really worth the risk?
CBS Sports Radio 1140’s Ken Boehlke sat down with Dustin Poirier to talk about his upcoming fight, Fight Pass, the Food Network, and much more.
The new undisputed UFC Featherweight champion of the world often refers to himself as “Mystic Mac.” He’s predicted just about every step of his career to this point. Now, he’s doing it again.
Months and months of buildup, all over in an instant. Or 13 seconds if you would like to be precise. Jose Aldo charged toward McGregor straight from the bell. With a single Conor McGregor left hook, the 10 year undefeated Jose Aldo hit the mat like a sack of potatoes.
The bar was set five months ago in July for the weigh in at UFC 189. Irish fans came out in droves that night and they did it once again this afternoon at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
An unprecedented weekend kicks off here in Las Vegas Thursday with the main event at UFC 194 pitting Jose Aldo against Conor McGregor.