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Nothing Says Boxing Like ... BIEBER!
Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Floyd Mayweather Jr., 50 Cent :: Al Bello/Getty Images


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If you didn't shell out the nearly $70 for the Floyd Mayweather-Miguel Cotto fight on Saturday night, you missed a unanimous decision for Mayweather -- and Justin Bieber escorting Mayweather to the ring. Yes, Justin Bieber carried the belts. WWE superstar HHH was also part of Mayweather's entourage for the night, which, as you can see above, also included Lil Wayne and 50 Cent.
Surreal Series
On Sunday the Orioles and Red Sox played one of the wildest regular season games you'll ever see. Baltimore designated hitter Chris Davis went 0-for-8 with five strikeouts, but he was also the winning pitcher in the O's 9-6 17-inning victory. Davis struck out Red Sox first basemanAdrian Gonzalez, who finished 0-for-8, in the bottom of the 17th inning with two on and none out. After the game, Davis said at one point he "kinda blacked out" on the mound. You can read about many other nuggets from the game, which left the Orioles -- yes, the Orioles -- with the best record in baseball, here. There were other notable incidents from the Orioles sweep in Fenway: On Saturday, Red Sox pitcher Aaron Cook got spiked on his leg on a play at the plate. The resulting gash was nasty. On Friday night, Baltimore's Mark Reynolds hit a homer, and then left his manager, Buck Showalter, hanging in an epic missed high five.
Is Honesty The Best Policy?
Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels plunked Nationals phenom Bryce Harper last night. Harper responded by stealing home. After the game, Hamels admitted to hitting Harper on purpose. Good move or bad move?

Lovely Lady Of The Day
Georgia Salpa :: Fred Duval/FilmMagic
Greek-Irish model Georgia Salpa did this photoshoot for the new issue of FHM.
How'd She Get Those Seats?
A woman wandered onto the court during last night's Lakers-Nuggets game. However, this wasn't like your typical drunk baseball fan who just wants to run on the field. The woman had been banned from the Pepsi Center for stalking Nuggets players.
Solid Prank
Angels first baseman Albert Pujols finally hit his first homer of the season Sunday. When he got to the dugout after rounding the bases, no one was there.
Give Him Credit For Having No Shame
Mets utility man Justin Turner is now using Call Me Maybe as his at-bat music. If you're not familiar with the catchy tune, well, let's just say it doesn't exactly seem like a traditional at-bat song.
Sports Video Of The Day
Check out the crazy catch made on Saturday by Austin Wates of the Corpus Christi Hooks (Astros' Double-A affiliate). Thanks to Dan, of Nanuet, N.Y., for the link.

Saturday Night Live Video Of The Day
This was Eli Manning's best sketch from his hosting of Saturday Night Live this weekend.

Coldplay Video Of The Day
Coldplay paid tribute to Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys over the weekend with this version of You Gotta Fight.

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