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Why Michael Jackson Died...

Written by Rudy on January 14, 2011 - 11:12 am -

The Rudy Report is the only Sports & Lifestyle Report in the world that has never had and will never have any improvements, because there is no way you can make perfect any better, like today on "National Dress Up Your Pet Day." There is a lot of speculation as to how Michael Jackson died and whether he was killed. The Rudy Report has exclusive information. There is a killer, but it was self defense, because MJ landed the first shot. The tragedy occurred right after this picture was taken...


Real Madrid is close to signing Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor for just $1.6 million. It is a big relief that the Yankees have acquired star reliever Rafael Soriano. And, in the NHL, the Rangers beat Vancouver in a close game, while the Islanders lost against Ottawa.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Hakeem Nicks, Mike Pelfrey, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Byron Leftwich, Giancarlo Fisichella, and Norwegian skiing legend Lass Kjus. On this day in 1954, New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio married Marilyn Monroe. Have a great weekend, there is still the extremely popular Dear Rudy about Porsche, and learn something interesting about your close ones in the Random Fact section!

Not Interested - Oakland A's owner Lew Wolff says that he is not interested in buying the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers as Frank McCourt explores several options. Read here.

Destroy And Rebuild - Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur wants to play in the new Olympic Stadium, but has plans to alter the look of it significantly. Read here.

Very Interested - The sale of the Houston Astros by owner Drayton McLane is drawing a lot of interest from several investment groups. Read here.

Money For The Move - The owner of the NHL Anaheim Ducks has apparently offered a $100 million loan to the Maloof family to help move the Kings to the area. Read here.

A Look At Qatar - The Wall Street Journal takes a look at 2022 World Cup host Qatar to describe what the country did to win the bidding war. Read here.

Not Unnoticed

Written by Rudy on January 13, 2011 - 11:14 am -

The Rudy Report has been a key factor in influencing several important events around the world, but we have nothing to do at all with the current inflation fears, which is probably France's fault, today on "National Blame Somebody Else Day." Rudy finds that there are too many restrictive signs and warnings in the world. If everything is forbidden, where is the fun? Well, you can make fun of certain signs...


Due to stalled negotiations with the Nets, the New York Knicks appear to have a real chance at signing Carmelo Anthony. By the way, the Knicks played against Utah and either won or lost the game depending on the final score... The New York Yankees would like to get Andruw Jones and pitcher Justin Duscherer, who is ready to pack his Dusch-bags and move to the Big Apple.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Marc Staal, Reggie Brown, Nikolai Khabibulin, Mark O'Meara, and snooker legend Stephen Hendry. On this day in 1942, Henry Ford patented a plastic automobile, which was 30% lighter than a regular car. Have a great day, there is still the fantastic Dear Rudy about Porsche and the French, and witness some sports philosophy in the Funny Sports Quote section!

Healthy Decision - The National Football League Players' Association is reportedly asking for better health care coverage in CBA negotiations. Read here.

Big Threat - The UEFA is telling clubs that they have to cut their extreme spending habits or else they might get banned from the lucrative Champions League competition. Read here.

With A Bang

Written by Rudy on January 12, 2011 - 9:45 am -

The Rudy Report is proud to announce that it has been voted "Sports & Lifestyle Report of the Year 2011" by the American Bar Association (not the lawyers, but the people that sell the drinks), even though this year is only 12 days old, today on "National Clinical Trial Awareness Day." Some people have had a good start into the new year, some had a bad start, and some started it with... a bang...


The Knicks played against Portland, but it was too late for most people to watch it, plus Lindsay Lohan was not in the audience, thus reducing the excitement factor significantly. And, in the NHL, the Rangers lost against Montreal, while the Islanders lost against Vancouver.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Marian Hossa, Scott Burrell, Dominique Wilkins, Ottmar Hitzfeld, and New Zealand's running pride with a name like a whiskey: John Walker. On this day in 1915, the United States House of Representatives rejected a proposal to give women the right to vote. Hopefully, that will change some day... Have a great day, there is a fantastic brand-new Dear Rudy about Porsche, and learn something you have to know about bees in the Random Fact section!

Worrying About The Future - European soccer governing body UEFA has stated that many clubs have expressed doubts about their financial future. Read here.

On The Move - The Sacramento Kings are considering a move to a different city, like Anaheim, if a new arena solution is not found anytime soon. Read here.

Race Concerns - The city of Rome wants to host a Formula One race, but it would stop its efforts if that means that a race in Monza would be canceled. Read here.

Road To Recovery

Written by Rudy on January 11, 2011 - 8:52 am -

The Rudy Report finds that so far, 2011 has been a great year with no oil spill, recession, or Mel Gibson rant, which we hope will continue, today on "National Step In A Puddle And Splash Your Friend Day." As you know, the world is recovering from a severe financial crisis. The effort is led by the Rudy Report. However, the road isn't always straightforward and there are obstacles along the way...


An English club has reportedly offered a coaching job to Diego Maradona. Lionel Messi received the Golden Boot, which means that he was crowned world's best soccer player in 2010. He also won the 2009 award. And, in the BCS Championship game, Rudy-favorite Auburn beat Oregon in a close match-up.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Emile Heskey, Roland Scholten, Darryl Dawkins, and German speed skating legend Anni Friesinger-Postma. On this day in 1949, snow fell for the first time in recorded history in Los Angeles, CA. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy, but you can learn something about beards in the Random Fact section!

Kind Of A Big Deal - AEG is making another huge step towards owning an NFL football stadium in Los Angeles by possibly signing Farmers Insurance as a 20-year, $400-million naming-rights sponsor. Read here.

Uncertain Options - Frank McCourt is discussing several options to keep control of the Los Angeles Dodgers with Major League Baseball executives. Read here.

Clear Favorite - As previously reported, billionaire Tom Gores is now the favorite to become the new owner of the Detroit Pistons with a deal expected soon. Read here.

Ethical Decision - A German lawyer has resigned from the FIFA Ethics Committee to protest rampant corruption in the organization. Read here.

On To The Next Record - The National Hockey League is on track to set record revenues with business and sponsorship income better than ever. Read here.

New Money

Written by Rudy on January 10, 2011 - 3:20 am -

We are well into 2011 now and there has still not been one visitor from South Dakota to the Rudy Report, which makes us wonder if this state actually exists, today on "National Static Electricity Day." You know, there are these old, established families that have built wealth over many generations. And then there are the people that are considered "New Money", who made money, but didn't have any before. Social mobility is a great thing, especially when it's done in style...


The entire team of the New York Giants was in front of the TV to watch the NFL playoffs. The Jets advanced after beating the Colts in a thriller. Baltimore, Green Bay, and Seattle also made it to the next round. The BCS Championship Game will take place tonight with Auburn facing Oregon. Rudy thinks Auburn will win. In the NBA, the Knicks played against the Lakers. Nobody cared about the result, because Lindsay Lohan sat in the front row. Meanwhile, the Nets are about to sign Carmelo Anthony. And, in the NHL, the Islanders got crushed by Chicago, while New Jersey beat Tampa Bay. The Rangers beat St. Louis on Saturday.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Ian Poulter, Jake Delhomme, George Foreman, and the hope of Singaporean swimming fans: Tao Li. On this day in 1870, John D. Rockefeller incorporated Standard Oil. Have a great week, there is still no new Dear Rudy, but you can learn something about ants that's actually not that interesting (hey, not every fact can be amazing, but at least Rudy admits it) in the Random Fact section!

Taking Time - The National Basketball Association is taking its time to sell the New Orleans Hornets as local groups seem to be preferred bidders. Read here.

Luring A Team - The San Antonio Spurs are reportedly interested in bringing a Major League Soccer franchise to the city in the long term. Read here.

Schedule Change - FIFA president Sepp Blatter is in favor of moving the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to winter, because of the better climate conditions. Read here.

Quick Deal - The sale of the Detroit Pistons to billionaire Tom Gores may happen as soon as this week as negotiations have made significant progress. Read here.

Playing Catch-Up - Teams of the Polish soccer league are investing billions in infrastructure and players to catch up to other leagues in Europe. Read here.