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Tom Brady’s Fox Sport deal

Tom Brady signed a deal with Fox Sports $375 million for a ten year contract. Tom Brady in fact one of the greatest of all time. Almost everyone in America loves and knows him, but Brady still doesn’t seem to be the ad hoc he once was. Tom Brady is a great competitor, but he doesn’t have that ad hoc personality. When something is scripted he will stick to it and won’t try to do something that would spark additional attention. Despite this fact, he still does well on his Instagram videos and also did very well in various commercials.

Hank and Ria Drama

Hank Lockwood and Maria Ciuffo (Ria) dated for around four years, and have recently broken up. They decided to keep things clean and won’t talk about it in the office. However, pictures starting coming out on Reddit of Marty Mush and Ria. Ria’s past relationship with Hank Lockwood makes the situation a lot more complicated than it should have. Barstool Sports has always been the one that positions people to stay in the drama. The whole office became split and are interviewing people within their office. This even involved Tom Brady and he weighed in on the issue. They possibly have a reality TV show in the middle of Barstool because of this.

Would you rather have Barstool Sports Channel or ESPN?

Barstool is a serious threat when it comes to providing information on trending sports and pop-culture. It is somehow divides the viewer’s opinions when compared to ESPN for quality sports content. However as far as being your go to information on trivial matters, Barstool episodes tend to grab more attention. Although Barstool can’t be compared directly to Disney and ESPN’s performance, Barstool still proves to grow and have steadily increased its following.

What is trending this week!

This week the guys from Brofessional Development take a look at what is trending the last week!  Tom Brady signs a huge deal to jump in the booth after his playing career!  EA Sports and FIFA split after a dispute over money and contract talks!

iPod has been discontinued

We all have had our fair share of using iPods and provided us with quick and easy access to our favorite music and playlist. It’s officially been laid to rest on May 10, 2022. One of the best features of having an iPod is it almost lasted forever. You would be listening to your music for an entire day and still have enough for the next. However, the steady decline in sales of iPods made Apple decide to discontinue its production. iPhones proved to be an alternative if not better, and allowed users to make calls and access social media.

FIFA and EA Sports have broken apart

At one point FIFA and have broken apart, and this is the same thing that happened with NCAA. NCAA made a contract about how the players should get paid. It’s true that college players don’t get paid to be in their game. This is why the attention is now on FIFA. FIFA is an organization that’s considered to be a corrupt one. This is in the form of higher members getting money for things such as the World Cup. The game alone brought 20 billion sales over the past 20 years. FIFA is asking for 1 billion for a contract from EA Sports because FIFA is a huge sport and is bigger than any other game they make. Compared to Madden and 2K22, FIFA provides more sales. Considering NCAA college basketball, it doesn’t seem that it will perform any better. However, the NCAA college football with EA sports is coming back this summer of 2023, according to the CEO of Collegiate Licensing.

What’s Trending this Week?

How Peloton exercise bikes became a $4 billion fitness start-up?

Peloton is now worth around $4 billion, they started to peak around mid-pandemic in 2020. In a year to a year and a half they’ve managed to grow in such a short amount of time. Eventually somebody will buy them out, it will just be a matter of who. It may be Apple or Amazon, but regardless of who, they will get bought out. They also acquired a new CEO and this is why their business is making the news. There’s still a small percentage of people who would buy a fitness bike and stay on their paid online courses of $39 a month. It’s still a different experience when you go to the gym and pay for their membership to go ride on a bike.

Elon Musk Plans to Unban Donald Trump on Twitter

Elon has made an official statement saying, “I think perma-bans fundamentally undermine trust in Twitter as a town square where everyone can voice their opinion,” He also added that temporary suspensions made sense. “If there are tweets that are wrong and bad, those should either be deleted or made invisible.” With this statement, Elon is making a point to show which direction he wants to go with the platform. Elon is transparent with everything he does and people may say, “I don’t like him” or “I like him”, this will not affect Elon’s plans or decisions.

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