Last we checked, Jay Z is a Dallas Cowboys fans. Nevertheless, it was Hova in the St. Louis Ram locker room after the team defeated Detroit Lions 21-14 this past Sunday (Dec. 13).
Germany and Bayern Munich football star Jerome Boateng has been inconspicuously showing up at Roc Nation events as of late, and of course there was a good reason as to why.
Hip-Hop Wired and Roc Nation Sports are giving away tickets to the next throne boxing event, which takes place this coming April 17 at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Jay Z may have to get more personal when seeking out new clientele for Roc Nation Sports. It seems Adrien Broner (who apologized for his slander) wasn’t the only pro boxer who didn’t appreciate Hova’s recruitment tactics.
Since Adrien Broner obviously doesn’t like money, Jay Z has allocated the resources for Roc Nation Sports elsewhere, entrusting special interest in the talents of Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley.
Boxer Adrien Broner really outdid himself with his renown controversial comments when he invited Jay Z to dine on his genitalia and basically characterized Rihanna as a full-blown whorebag.
Roc Nation Sports first-ever throne boxing, hosted by Power 105’s Angie Martinez, took place Friday night (Jan. 9) at The Theater in Madison Square Garden.
Allegedly, Jay Z offered pro boxer Adrian Broner a five year contract worth $40M to sign with Roc Nation Sports. Broner thought this was too low and took it as disrespect; enough to invite Hova to his penis and slander Rihanna along the way.
It goes without saying, but Jay Z isn’t playing when it comes to the sport management sector of his growing empire. WBA super middleweight boxing champion Andre Ward has joined Roc Nation Sports.
Hip-Hop Wired and Roc Nation Sports are giving away tickets to the first-ever throne boxing event, this coming Jan. 9 at Madison Square Garden.
WNBA star, and Roc Nation Sports athlete, Skylar Diggins shines in an off court fashion photo shoot.