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Christian Pulisic Has A Mike Wazowski Tattoo? A Breakdown Of USMNT Star’s Best Ink

As a soccer writer with a heavy focus on U.S. Soccer and American players abroad you would think that I knew all the details about the biggest players. I thought that was the case until I learned that a Christian Pulisic Mike Wazowski tattoo exists.

The American and Chelsea No. 10 has a nice sleeve of tattoos on his left arm filled with clues of his past and interests. I never knew that in Nov. 2021 Pulisic added "Monsters Inc." character Mike Wazowski dribbling a Champions League ball to his arm.

Pulisic Deals With Pressure Of Being ‘LeBron James Of Soccer’ In Volkswagen Ad

Christian Pulisic is no stranger to pressure. 

He put the USMNT on his back as a teenager during the failed 2018 qualifying cycle, played in and won a German Cup final at 18, took on the burden of a $70 million price tag at Chelsea, played in and won a Champions League final there and has continued to handle the strain of being the national team's game-changer in the final third with incredible consistency, like Landon Donovan before him but without the emergence of a Clint Dempsey to work with.  

Arsenal Teams Up With KSI And Logan Paul Owned Prime Hydration

Arsenal has found a new sponsor for the upcoming season after the Gunners announced a partnership between themselves and drink company Prime Hydration on social media.

Prime is a collaborative effort between American content creator Logan Paul and British YouTuber turned music artist KSI. The pair created Prime Hydration in early 2022 and its meteoric rise includes a recent NASCAR sponsorship. Arsenal is the next brand to partner with the famous internet duo, and for KSI, it's “a childhood dream.”

ESPN The Ocho Returns With All Your Favorites (Corgi Races) And Some Love For Teqball

On Friday, Aug. 5, you'll be doing yourself a favor by turning your TV to ESPN2 and casually checking in from time to time to see what sort of madness is being broadcast now as "ESPN8: The Ocho" takes over for 24 hours of continuous programming — "If it's almost a sport, we've got it here." 

What’s A Xogg? Pre-MLS Franchise Built With Briefcases Of Cash, The Mob And A Victoria’s Secret CEO

It all started with a throwaway line: "If anyone knows what a Xogg is, please get in contact with me," I wrote in an article about the best names of defunct American soccer teams back in April.

I pondered the absurdity of the Columbus Xoggz — a name without meaning that still captures the imagination of a soccer writer who wasn't even alive when the team played.

‘Worst Mistake of My Life:’ Hope Solo Pleads Guilty To DWI Charge

Former United States goalkeeper Hope Solo pleaded guilty to driving while impaired on Monday and said that she is "slowly coming back" after receiving care at an in-patient alcohol treatment program following her arrest in late March.

Solo was found passed out behind the wheel of her car in a parking lot in North Carolina on March 31 and charged with impaired driving, resisting arrest and misdemeanor child abuse. Her two children were in the car at the time of the arrest.

Fans Chant ‘Shakira, Shakira’ At Gerard Piqué Throughout El Clásico In Vegas

Gerard Piqué was persona non grata Saturday night in El Clásico at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas with Real Madrid supporters naturally jeering him, Barcelona fans only too aware of the problems caused by his massive salary and neutrals showing their support for Shakira following her recent split with the Barça defender.

Ryan Reynolds And Rob McElhenney Release Trailer For ‘Welcome To Wrexham’ Series

The Welcome to Wrexham trailer was released Wednesday ahead of the show's premiere on Aug. 24 on FX and Hulu, and I'll be damned if it isn't just a reality version of Ted Lasso. Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are working toward the same goals at Wrexham AFC as Ted at AFC Richmond, and the beautiful thing is that Reynolds and McElhenney have approached their ownership of the club with the same sort of genuine passion and engagement. Here's the synopsis.    

Adidas Gets Schwifty With ‘Rick And Morty’ On Next-Gen SPEEDPORTAL Cleats

Celebrating the release of the next-gen adidas X Speedportal cleats, the German brand has opted for something different — but entirely fitting — by showcasing the fastest boot "in all dimensions" with a little help from the portal hopping title characters of Rick and Morty

If you've seen a single episode of the TV show, you'll know where this is headed. As far as boot advertisements go, it's up there with the best of them.    

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