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For years I have been grinding and networking my behind off just to get closer to my dreams. So after starting a couple other podcasts with my fiancé and friends I have decided to bring in a third platform and it’s called the Sports, Biz and Music Podcast. Rather you are a ball player, artist or business owner I want to help you get your name and brand out there. I want people to know who you are and what you do and why are you passionate about your dreams. Email me at sportsbizmusic@gmail.c ...
 
Titus O’Reily and Mick Molloy are on the hunt for the most bizarre stories to ever occur in the world of sport. Sports Bizarre delves into the history of sport to find the stories that you wouldn’t believe if they hadn’t happened. No sport is off-limits, athletics, swimming, rugby, American Football, cricket, baseball, badminton, motorsports, tennis and even that sport on the ice with brooms Sports Bizarre is available wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube.
 
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It’s part four of our look at the history of FIFA, which means it's time to introduce two new fun characters to our story, Chuck Blazer and Fred Warner, two men so corrupt even other FIFA delegates were shocked by them, which is saying something. We then cover the awarding of the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 Cup to Qatar and the delightful…
 
It’s part three of our look at the history of FIFA, and in this episode, we introduce a young man with a sparkle in his eye, Sepp Blatter. Part Bond villain, part, well actually, all Bond villain; under Blatter, FIFA made the final step towards adopting corruption as the sole reason for its existence. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy examine the rise …
 
It’s part two of our look at the history of FIFA, and its somewhat eccentric accounting practices. In this episode, we look at João Havelange, President of FIFA from 1974 to 1998, who brought in the money and bought the votes to be President. Titus O’Reily and Mick Molloy examine the career of João Havelange, the man who taught Sepp Blatter everyth…
 
With the FIFA World Cup in Qatar fast approaching, we begin a multi-episode dive into the corruption that led to FIFA thinking a country the size of the Falkland Islands, with no infrastructure and temperatures hovering around the 'too hot to play football' mark, could host arguably the biggest sporting event in the world. To kick off, Titus O'Reil…
 
On 4 June 1974, the Cleveland Indians decided to host a ten-cent beer night to attract fans; beer at the stadium normally cost 65 cents, so ten cents was a real incentive. The Indians were in a 30-year slump at the time, as was the city, their river would catch fire with alarming regularity, so the scene was set for trouble. Oh, and it was a full m…
 
Frederick Charles Standish left England in 1852 under a false name and fleeing moneylenders. Landing in Melbourne, he was forced to live on the goldfields and run a sly grog business. Yet, just six years later, he would be the colony's Chief Commissioner of police, be a pallbearer at Robert O’Hara Burke's funeral, invent the Melbourne Cup, become a…
 
Timothy John Rossovich was a star defensive end and linebacker at the University of Southern California and the Philadelphia Eagles, but it was off the field where his genius shone. Rossovich was famous for surreal pranks that included chewing glass, setting himself on fire and opening his mouth in a meeting to speak, only for a sparrow to fly out.…
 
Robert Standish Sievier was one of the most colourful personalities of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, a man who revolutionised bookmaking in Australia before returning to England, where his horse Sceptre won four of the five English classics. Joining the army and fighting in South Africa at 16, Sievier would go bankrupt countless times, father s…
 
Contracts in sports contain clauses so weird they are scarcely believable. There are clauses banning players from going to nightclubs, but there's also been a clause insisting a player got drunk after every game. Contracts have included clauses for free sushi at all times, a demand a player ate sheep's testicles, a ban on extravagant haircuts and a…
 
In an All-Star career, Dock Ellis managed to win a World Series, pitch a no-hitter on LSD, hit every batter that came to the plate in a game and set a clubhouse on fire. But for every bit of craziness, Ellis was also ahead of his time as a spokesperson on a range of issues from free agency to racism while devoting his life to combating alcohol and …
 
At the 2000 Paralympic games, a new category, Basketball for the Intellectually Disabled, was to be included in the games. It got the head of the Spanish Paralympics Fernando Martin Vicente thinking, what if you could get people who weren’t intellectually disabled but who could act like they were? Surely that would make it easier to win? Titus O’Re…
 
The 1900 Paris Olympics were a disaster of planning and execution, to the point many athletes never even knew they’d participated in an Olympics. So poorly organised were the games that the discus field was too narrow and throws went into the crowd, while the long jumpers turned up to discover they had to dig their own pit. As well as standard Olym…
 
Good evening and Welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and I got the chance to sit down and chat with Pro Basketball player Jaylen Nixon. On this show we talked about his life and growing up in Va. We also talked about his basketball Career, his top 5 and more!!! Check out his highlights: Professional Experience: (Philadelphia J…
 
In the 1930s, several English football clubs experimented with a new treatment sweeping the globe, ingesting, injecting or transplanting testicular tissue from monkeys into people. So widespread was the practice that the 1939 FA Cup final between Wolverhampton and Portsmouth became known as the ‘Monkey Gland Final’. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy, l…
 
Good morning and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on tonight's show I got the chance to chat with Robert Kaiser. Born and Rasied in Cali Robert grew up playing basketball, but evenually ince his basketball career ended Robert started to explore other ventures. So on tnoight's he shared his plans on what he wants to do a…
 
Former Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman has recently offered to go to Russia to talk to President Vladimir Putin about the imprisoned WNBA star Brittney Griner. While Rodman claims somewhat falsely that "I know Putin too well," there’s one dictator he does know well, North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. Between 2013 and 2018, Rodman made numerous tr…
 
Sporting curses are always strange, but perhaps none is stranger than the Curse of Colonel Sanders, which has seen the Japanese baseball team, the Hanshin Tigers, suffer decades of poor performances after offending the spirit of the KFC founder. Attempts to lift the curse have included fans apologizing to KFC store managers and making offerings to …
 
Good afternoon and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to chat with an Miami Legend Klass Money. Growing up in Miami Klass Money was never really into creating music at first, but it took him a few of his friends and a computer to not only start his music career but create something they he…
 
In 1893, John Wren, unemployed and from a poor family, set up the Collingwood Tote, an illegal betting shop that would achieve mythical status, depending on who you asked, as either a den of vice ruining the lives of many or as a symbol of the working class fighting back against discriminatory laws. In its twenty years of operating, the police atte…
 
Good Evening and Welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast on tonight's episode I got the chance to chat with Saynave Recording artist from Philadelphia, PA by the way of New Jersey. Growing up Saynave always had the love for music. He first started off just producing but as time went by he wanted to showcase his writing and story t…
 
The 1967 Intercontinental Cup saw Scottish club Celtic and Argentinian side Racing Club face off across three brutal matches. In one match, the Celtic goalkeeper was knocked unconscious by a bottle thrown from the crowd before the game; despite this, the game still went ahead with a very nervous backup keeper. Reuters described another match as "a …
 
Albert Griffiths, or ‘Young Griffo’ began life in the slums of Sydney as the leader of a local street gang. This proved to be the perfect training for boxing, and before he was twenty, he was the World Featherweight Champion. Moving to the United States, Young Griffo would become one of the greatest boxers of all time, despite never training and ra…
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic and on tonigt's show I got the chance to chat with Ash Producer/Director Of Ashes To Ash Tv Series. Growing up Ash was always determined to become a film maker and along the way she had a couple of indie films she created, but Ashes To Ash is her bread and butter. The reason why …
 
Good afternoon family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast on today's episode I got the chance to chat with ARJAY Founder of Kitchen Made Tv. Growing up in Orlando ARJAY felt that most people need to more about Orlando and the culture of Orlando. He started interning With legendary producer super group CoolnDre. After Inter…
 
The 1904 Olympics in St Louis, Missouri, were a disaster in every way possible. Held over six months alongside the World’s Fair, it had a human zoo and a ‘savage Olympics’ pitting various indigenous groups against each other. But the marathon would be the biggest mess; competitors were refused water, runners were chased off course by dogs, there wa…
 
Days out from the 1994 US Figure Skating Championships, Nancy Kerrigan had just finished training at the Cobo Arena in Detroit when a man approached and hit her with a metal object just above her knee. Almost immediately, the FBI would identify four men as behind the attack, all linked to Kerrigan’s main rival, Tonya Harding. Titus and Mick look ba…
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast on tonight's show I got the chance to chat with Nalisa Saati Founder and Execustive Director of Super Hero Leadership Academy. Born and Raised in Miami Nalisa Saati notice that alot of our youth here in Miami expecillay in the inner city and urban communites our being…
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on tonight's show I got the chance to chat with Michael McManus 1/3 of The "Gamblers" an alternative rock from Long Island, NY. This was by far my favorite podcast episode because me and Michael talked about everything from him growing up in Long Island, how the b…
 
Good evening Family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic and tonight's episode I got the chance to chat with Ms. Aliyah Mariah Navarro Digital Programming Coordinator at the NFL. Born and Raised in Southern Cal. Aliyah was raised around women who watched sports which who is her Mother and Grandmother which both loved everything L.A spo…
 
From the first Tour De France, riders were putting all kinds of things in their bodies, caffeine, strychnine, cocaine and alcohol. Drugs were so much part of the sport that the 1930 rulebook, given to all riders, reminded them that drugs would not be provided by the organisers. Titus O’Reily and Mick Molloy look at the use of doping in the Tour De …
 
Good afternoon and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's episode I got the chance to chat With Jowanna Lewis Owner and Creator of the L.A Video Music Awards and Owner of Simply Podcasting. We talk about so much from her journey in the media, to supporting indie artist, starting her own awards show ans so much more…
 
Good Evening and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and tonight's episode I got chance to chat with Thomas Hinton II Owner and sleeping coach of Circadian Health Systems LLC. On this episode Thomas Explains the importance of sleeping and health benifits from it and also give us a little bit of insight as an Sleeping Coaching,…
 
The early years of the Tour De France were a hot mess, with a spiked bottle of lemonade, itching powder put in cyclists’ shorts, riders taking rides in cars and trains, attempted murder and pitched battles between cyclists and spectators. Beginning in 1903 as a marketing exercise to boost the circulation of the newspaper L’Auto, the first was won b…
 
On March 4, 1973, it was announced New York Yankees pitchers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson would be holding separate press conferences that day. Both men would be announcing a trade, nothing unusual in baseball where players move around more than children in the back seat of a car. The assembled media got ready to learn where each of them was bein…
 
Titus O’Reily and Mick Molloy are on the hunt for the most bizarre stories to ever occur in the world of sport. Sports Bizarre delves into the history of sport to find the stories that you wouldn’t believe if they hadn’t happened. No sport is off-limits, athletics, swimming, rugby, American Football, cricket, baseball, badminton, motorsports, tenni…
 
Good afternoon family and welcome back to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the opportunity to sit down and chat with Fazeel Gareeboo Development Director at EA Sports. We talked about his history working in Tech and also working at EA Sports and more!!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informat…
 
Good Evening and welcome to another episode of #Sportsbizmusic the podcast and on tonight's episode I had the privilage to sit down and chat with the legendary Marky Marcano Of "The Marky Marcano Show" and put me on so much game when it comes to this thing we call media. We talked about everything including his early beginnings into media, his ups …
 
Good Afternoon and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to sit and chat with Mikhael Porter Co-Founder of Needle Music. Needle is a social audio experience that streamlines the way you share and discover music. Find songs through your friends, celebrities, artists, and most trusted curators,…
 
Good Afternoon and welcome to another episode of #Sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's episode I got the chance to chat with Megan Murdock who's currently have roles with the New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Growing up in Tampa Megan has always been a football and soccer fan, but as time went by she fell in love w…
 
Good afternoon and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show i go the chance to sit and chat with Chuck Booth Beat writer for CBS Sports Soccer divsion. Groeing in Baltimore Chuck wasnt always into soccer but when attended Lasalle University in Philadelphia he decided to watch write for the soccer and all of the …
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmuisc the podcast on tonight's show i got the chance to chat with Stout AKA ShotbyStout. We talked about alot today including him transitioning from Education to a full time businessman. Also we talked about his time growing up in Tacoma Washington and the challenge of being a Bi-Racia…
 
Good afternoon family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to chat with Entrepreneur Damon Nailer. A New Orleans Native, Damon has always been a go getter and a believer in Christ. From being an Educator to producing and writing music and so much more Damon is on his way to becoming a gr…
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic and on tonight's show I got the chance to sit down and chat with my brother from another mother Dj Ant! If it wasn't for this man here I wouldn't even probably persuade Dj like I did. Coming from Polk County, FL Dj Ant always was into music since he was young. From Doing in clubs…
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and tonight's episode I got the chance to chat with Jake Tribbey Staff Writer and Lead USFL analyst at Fantasy Points. From talking about his beginnings to predicting where the USFL will be at in a few years, we talked about it all. We also discussed Jake's love for w…
 
Good afternoon and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's episode I got the chance to chat with Oliver owner of NCAA Buzzer Beaters and Game Winners Twitter account. In 2019 Oliver wanted to create something that I only he love but also had a true passion about and that was the Buzzer beaters twitter page. Besides …
 
Good evening family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on tonight's episode I got the chance to chat with Donny. B Actor, Film, Director and owner of Eye Catch Dreams Productions. We talked about a lot tonight especially about how Donny and his high school team Cocoa High beat my team in the State Semi's smh lol. We a…
 
Good Morning Everyone in the states and Good Afternoon to everyone in Europe and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to chat with London's own 3000 Wavier. Wavier has always had lov for music and he has a lot of influence from artist like Drake, Kanye West, Travis Porter and just a name of …
 
Good afternoon family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to chat with Jay of Burner Talk Podcast. We talk about everything especially the hat culture and our point of views of the season so far! We also talked about his podcast and the culture of burner accounts! Also y'all make sure t…
 
Good afternoon family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's show I got the chance to chat with Calen Dexter Founder of LOADED NIL VA. On this episode me and Kellen talk about the current landscape of college sports and how the NIL will benefit the student athletes and how it will continue to change the landsca…
 
Good afternoon family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and on today's episode I got the chance sit down with Tej Seth Research & Development Intern at PFF (Pro Football Focus) and current senior at the University Of Michigan. From talking about his love about sports analytics to talking about the culture at University O…
 
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