Events, Sports - posted on April 1, 2018 by

WWE Live on the road to WrestleMania, coming to Rupp Arena on Sunday, April 1st!

Feel the thrill of WWE Live on the road to WWE WrestleMania, coming to Rupp Arena on April 1, 2018. Don’t miss all the live action featuring your favorite Superstars and Divas!

You’ll see WWE Champion AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin in a WWE Championship Match!

PLUS SEE:
• Bobby Roode vs. US Champion Randy Orton vs. Jinder Mahal – US Championship Triple Threat Match

• 2018 Royal Rumble Winner Shinsuke Nakamura & Randy Orton vs. Rusev Day

• SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: Tag Team Champions – The Usos – WWE vs. New Day vs. Shelton Benjamin & Rusev Day

• Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Dolph Ziggler

• Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch & Naomi vs. Riott Squad – WWE vs. Natalya & Carmella & Lana

Tickets on sale now and start at $15. Tickets are available online, in person at the Lexington Center Ticket Office, and over the phone at 859-233-3535.

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Autos, Events, Sports - posted on July 8, 2017 by

Kyle Busch Takes The Pole For The Quaker State 400 At Kentucky Speedway

Congratulations to Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing who piloted the number 18 Toyota Camry to the pole at the Kentucky Speedway. We will have full coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR race from the Kentucky Speedway. Stay tuned for some great photos and a recap of our experience. For now, here’s the starting order of the Quaker State 400. *() Denotes current standing in the points race.

1. 18 – Kyle Busch – Toyota (3)
2. 78 – Martin Truex, Jr. – Toyota (2)
3. 20 – Matt Kenseth – Toyota (11)
4. 1 – Jamie McMurray – Chevy (8)
5. 11 – Denny Hamlin – Toyota (9)
6. 21 – Ryan Blaney – Ford (13)
7. 4 – Kevin Harvick – Ford (4)
8. 48 – Jimmie Johnson – Chevy (7)
9. 19 – Daniel Suarez – Toyota (18)
10. 2 – Brad Keselowski – Ford (5)
11. 22 – Joey Logano – Ford (12)
12. 24 – Chase Elliot – Chevy (6)
13. 88 – Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – Chevy (22)
14. 77 – Erik Jones – Toyota (17)
15. 41 – Kurt Busch – Ford (14)
16. 14 – Clint Bowyer – Ford (10)
17. 43 – Darrell Wallace, Jr. – Ford (48)
18. 17 – Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. – Ford (16)
19. 6 – Trevor Bayne – Ford (19)
20. 10 – Danica Patrick – Ford (29)
21. 95 – Michael McDowell – Chevy (25)
22. 37 – Chris Buescher – Chevy (26)
23. 5 – Kasey Kahne – Chevy (20)
24. 27 – Paul Menard – Chevy (24)
25. 3 – Austin Dillon – Chevy (21)
26. 38 – David Ragan – Ford (28)
27. 13 – Ty Dillon – Chevy (23)
28. 47 – AJ Allmendinger – Chevy (27)
29. 31 – Ryan Newman – Chevy (15)
30. 32 – Matt DiBenedetto – Ford (31)
31. 83 – Ryan Sieg – Toyota (54)
33. 72 – Cole Whitt – Chevy (32)
34. 15 – Reed Sorenson – Chevy (36)
35. 23 – Joey Gase – Toyota (51)
36. 34 – Landon Cassill – Ford (33)
37. 33 – Jeffrey Earnhardt – Chevy (37)
38. 51 – BJ McLeod – Chevy (-)
39. 66 – Timmy Hill – Chevy (55)
40. 55 – Gray Gaulding – Toyota (35)
41. 42 – Kyle Larson – Chevy (1)

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Autos, Sports - posted on June 9, 2017 by

Stewart Beats the Boss at Lawrenceburg Speedway

Recap originally posted here.

LAWRENCEBURG, IN. — May 29, 2017 — In an action-packed 35-lap Feature at the Lawrenceburg Speedway, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standout and Larson Marks Racing team owner, Kyle Larson used a line that no one dared to run, enabling him to the lead with over 10-laps remaining. A mistake in traffic by Larson allowed his driver, Shane Stewart to get back by his Boss in lap-traffic for his second World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series win of the 2017 season at Lawrenceburg Speedway. (more…)

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Events, Sports - posted on June 5, 2017 by

American Flat Track Motorcycle Racing Blazes A New Trail At Red Mile In Lexington, KY

The newly renovated Red Mile in Lexington, KY was host to the American Flat Track Motorcycle Racing Series. It had been 23 years since an event of this magnitude had been held in the Bluegrass and neither the fans, nor the event left disappointed.

With the gates opening at 2pm, the fans found their way through many vendors and tons of motorcycles lined up along the back lot at the Red Mile. Everyone from Indian Motorcycles, to Harley-Davidson, to food trucks and live bands. There was something there for most everyone. (more…)

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Attractions, Baseball, Events, Photos, Sports - posted on April 28, 2017 by

And They’re Off! Thunder Over Louisville Kicks Off Derby Festival!

If you’ve ever made it to Thunder Over Louisville, you’re well aware that it is very crowded most years. No way around it, 500,000 people take up a lot of real estate. If you’ve never been, you simply HAVE to enjoy your first one at Waterfront Park. But, if you’d like something different to occupy you during the day, while also providing a seat, clean restrooms, less crowded concessions and the ability to come and go between your seat amd Waterfront Park. The Louisville Bats provide the PERFECT addition to your day. (more…)

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Attractions, Baseball, Photos, Sports - posted on April 17, 2017 by

This Central Kentucky Diamond is a Real Gem!

Spring has sprung and it’s time for the diamonds to shine. The brightest diamond in Central Kentucky happens to belong to the Lexington Legends. Lexington’s Class A Minor League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. This weekend, the Legends played host to the West Virginia Power, Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The WV Power have become a natural rival for the Legends, as their fanbases are close enough that they often travel to each other’s stadiums to take in the action. On this weekend though, the teams added a little historical flavor to the mix. With both states having resident’s of both the Hatfield’s & McCoy’s, the families that lay claim (more…)

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Baseball, Photos, Sports - posted on April 6, 2017 by

Baseball returns to Lexington on April 13th! Check out these photos to get pumped for this season with the Legends.

The Lexington Legends host their home opener on Thursday, April 13th. The West Virginia Power roll into town for a four-game series, before the Greenville Drive close out the seven-game homestand. If you enjoy the outdoors, baseball, hot dogs and maybe even a frosty beverage or two, it’s Kentucky Ale’s Thirsty Thursday. You can enjoy $1 beers and $1 Pepsi products all night long. Immediately following the game (more…)

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