Top 10 Sports Games Guys Refuse To Miss
I enjoy a good beer and a great college basketball game. College basketball is my favorite sport to watch. It is my favorite thing to do from November till the championship game in April. It's the rivalry, the buzzer beater shots and feeling like you can coach the team better than the actual coach who gets paid millions to do the job.
On occasion, I will watch a college football game but having 3 brothers and being raised on a farm led me to be that girl who screams at the T.V. Screen during a game. But I never really got into sports passed a collegiate level. There are many women who do. However, men are wired to watch every sporting event known in the Guinness book of world records. Ask a man to remember your birthday, your anniversary or where he parked his car at work. He can't tell you. Ask him who won the Super Bowl in 1981, words of sports knowledge spue from his lips like a Molecular Biology professor. He probably didn't watch the game or wasn't even born, but he can recall who played on the team and scored the winning touchdown.
When it comes to the Be all and End all of the games - one these 10 games a guy will not miss or he may watch all of them.
1. Boxing Pay Per View
Pay television and Boxing. Guys pay serious money to bet on and watch two people, usually wearing protective gloves, throw punches at each other for a predetermined amount of time in a boxing ring or a KO.
2. Nascar or Formula One
The FIA Formula One World Championship is a worldwide competition comprising of a number of scheduled races or ‘Grand Prix’ at differing locations around the world.
Held at London’s prestigious ‘All England Club’ in Wimbledon, this competition is not only the oldest and most prestigious of its kind but certainly the most viewed year upon year. Comprising as one-quarter of the ‘grand slam’ alongside the US Open, French Open, and Australian Open-Wimbledon is the only one of the four to be played on the games original grass surface.
4. The Ryder Cup
Good Ole Golf. The Ryder Cup was first competed for in 1927 and encompasses a playoff between two separate teams-one representing Europe and the other the USA.
5. Super Bowl
Superbowl is the name given to the annual championship game of the NFL (National Football League) – and marks not just the end to perhaps the most followed sporting league in America but one of the biggest event days in the international sporting calendar.
6. FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup, or just World Cup- is an international association football (soccer) competition which brings teams from all corners of the globe to a particular nation for a month (or thereabouts) of heated competition.
7. World Series
Northern American sports, Baseball is an activity which has held a place in the rich tapestry of American culture since the first recorded game was held in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1846.
8. NBA Finals
The NBA Finals mark the annual culmination of both the Eastern and Western Conference Finals. Basketball is arguably the most viewed sport in the US, with the NBA in particular raking in constantly increasing ratings each and every year.
9. Summer Olympics Track & Field
Countries meet up every 4 years to win gold for the best in their sport. Track and field is a sport which includes athletic contests established on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing.
10. Stanley Cup
Stanley Cup playoffs is an elimination tournament in the National Hockey League consisting of four rounds of best-of-seven series to determine the league champion and the winner of the Stanley Cup. Eight teams from each of the two conferences qualify for the playoffs based on regular season points totals.