Daily Top 10: Sports Industry Trends for February 26By Megan T. Brown on February 26, 2016
Which big names in the industry are all talk, and who never backs down for a challenge? What field star may have missed his calling on the stage? We’ve got the who’s who in today’s roundup of trending sports stories.
Neymar 5-Year Contract Extension Reported Amid Rumours
Neymar's future looks bright—the striker has signed a new, five-year contract with Barcelona.
Matt Dunham/Associated Press via Bleacher Report
Dana White: Conor McGregor really will fight anyone, any time, anywhere
McGregor doesn't just talk a good game. The champion has never hesitated to go up against a last-minute replacement opponent.
Sources: Kaepernick requests trade from 49ers
The recovering player's decision is contrary to new 49ers coach Chip Kelly's impression Kaepernick wanted to return to the team.
AP Photo/Ben Margot via ESPN
Curry Gives Shoes to Young Fan After Historic Game
The reigning MVP presented his shoes to a fan celebrating his birthday after Thursday's Orlando Magic game.
Cheryl Tiegs criticizes 'Sports Illustrated' for putting full-figured model on cover
In her criticism, Tiegs expressed concerns for full-figured women, claiming a waist over 35 inches isn't "healthy in the long run."
Noam Galai/WireImage via Fox Sports
Duke star Allen again seen tripping opponent
The incident marked the second opponent tripped by the Duke guard in the past month.
Afghan boy bags real Messi shirt – finally
Messi's biggest fan received some signature swag from the world's best player himself.
Reddit Poll Names Most-Hated CFB Team in Every State
Who do you love to hate? Looks like the Ohio State Buckeyes could use a friend (or two, or three).
Imgur via Bleacher Report
Guti Says Neymar 'Deserves Oscar' for Diving, Criticises Dani Alves, Jordi Alba
The former Real Madrid star is not impressed with Neymar's theatrics.
Catherine Ivill, AMA/Getty Images via Bleacher Report
Curry sets record with 3 in 128th straight game
The Golden State Warriors star's shot broke an NBA record—and that's not the only incredible feat Curry achieved in the game.
Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP Photo via ESPN