Balls and Brawls focuses on Football, with particular interest in the Premier League and Champions League; Tennis, with focus on the four grand slam tournaments and WWE with monthly pay-per-view predictions and reviews.
This blog originally launched in March 2013 under the name Liam’s World of Sport and nearly four years on the site is continuing to grow with over 4300 views in 2016. Read the Balls and Brawls 2016 stats here.
With the new Premier League season drawing near, Balls and Brawls will continue to bring you all the latest news and transfer dealings in the summer transfer market. In early August, we will also bring you a club-by-club preview ahead of the 2017/18 season with predictions on how I think teams will fare next season.
Balls and Brawls will continue to bring you weekly predictions and updates throughout next season, as well as action the action from the Champions League. We will also be keeping an eye on Ireland’s progress in World Cup qualifying for Russia 2018.
There will still be plenty of WWE action with predictions and reviews to every pay-per-view throughout the final few months of 2017 and I hope to bring another 10-part Throwback Thurdsay series later in the year.
Tennis will also once again feature on the site in 2017 with day-to-day recaps of the four major tournaments, including the US Open in September.
On Mondays, Balls and Brawls will continue to recap all the major sports action from the previous week with The Week in Sport and at the end of the each month, test your knowledge in the Know your Sport? quiz.
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