Pilar Sanders in VH1's Football Wives

Immediately after the success of Basketball Wives, Vh1 released a press release that Football Wives was on the way. I was actually optimistic. Having to deal with spouses in both sports, Football Wives are definitely a lot cooler, down to earth, and personable than the high maintenance basketball wives. Plus I was hoping they would actually use "wives" for the football spin-off. Things are looking on the up and up since Pilar Sanders (wife of the great retired Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders) did a photo shoot recently with D magazine andVH1 cameras were on deck. I loooooooved the reality show her and Deion had together and I know if she's involved in this show there will at least be some class about it.

Still no word on when the show will premiere or any other wives that are involved but I will be watching. Here's video of D Magazine catching the Vh1 cameras in action during their photoshoot.


Eb attends Ocho Cinco vs. T.O. Game @ Rucker Park

I went out there to get an interview and it was so hectic out there that I never got the chance but I did get some highlights and footage of the two in Harlem's Rucker Park. Check it out:


Chad Ocho Cinco & Terrell Owens take over Rucker Park

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On Monday, July 12th there will be a Ocho Cinco vs. T.O. came in Rucker Park. This should be a good one. Shouts to Greg of EBC for making this one happen. Also a quick reminder that both of their reality shows are finally premiering this Sunday on VH1 @ 9pm. Eb will most definitely be watching.


Some celebrations should be private Ron Artest

Y'all know how much I HATE athletes that all of a sudden think they are a rapper. Ron Artest is no exception and we have addressed the issue in his regard over here at Sista Sports previously. I'm all for all types of expression. When you win a championship there are so many ways one can get out all the emotions of happiness they are feeling but recording a record should not be one of them. When this mess came out right after the Lakers won I gave him a pass. Instead of crying and being overjoyed he headed to the studio.  But when remixes are involved and you call on T-Pain and Polow Da Don as if you are trying to take music seriously and not use it as a form of excitement for your win is when the madness has to stop. CLICK HERE if you feel compelled to listen to the track. Granted it's not the worst athlete rap I've heard but I'm still shaking my damn head.