Dear Mom, You Are The Loudest Supporter And Our Biggest Fan In The Stands


Mom’s will always be there for you. They’re responsible for some of sports’ most heartwarming, hilarious and even bizarre moments we didn’t expect to happen. Moms encourage us and support us along the way and they cheer us on when our dreams come true. With that being said, they’re our biggest protectors but they do embarrass us from time-to-time.

Whether it’s LeBron James’ mom or Rob Gronkowski getting an unexpected punishment on his birthday, these moments are all too relatable.

Put Some Soap In Your Mouth, Bruce

“They are kicking our butts” and “We look poopy right now” aren’t the words Bruce Boudreau would use when he’s tearing up his team. He had to show some authority during the Capitals seven-game losing streak. When his mother saw him on 24/7: Penguins-Capitals, Road to the NHL Winter Classic, she was upset, but then again, his first trip home would have been the ass-spanking of the year.

Perfect In Pink

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Dallas Braden’s life had some unexpected results, including when he lost his mother to cancer as senior in high school. Nevertheless, Braden found his way to the big leagues and Mother’s Day 2010 proved to be his best game yet. The lefty retired all 27 batters against the Rays to record the 19th perfect league in Major League history. This one will definitely hit home for anybody who faced a similar fate like Braden.


First Ever No.1 Ranked Mom

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Mom’s who do more than sit on the sidelines and actually compete will love this story. Kim Clijsters beat Jelena Dokic in the quarterfinals of Open de Gaz in Paris in 2011. As it turns out, the win throttled her to the top spot as the first ever mom to be ranked No. 1 in the WTA.

Strange Cheering

Manny Pacquiao’s mom, Dionesia, is somewhat creepy. Why? well, during her son’s fight against Timothy Bradley in 2014, she showed off some strange cheering tactics. Perhaps she might know a thing or two about witchcraft, but I would find the next available seat and stand far away from her as possible.