Daily Dirt: Outdoor News for March 26, 2013

first_imgDelaware Finally Does ItIt’s hard not to feel bad for Delaware, especially with all the activity at the Supreme Court of equality this week. Poor little Delaware, the redheaded stepchild of America; the forgotten first state of this great nation, the disenfranchised native son, the only state in the union without a National Park Service presence…until now. On Monday, President Obama designated 1,100 acres of land between Wilmington and Philadelphia the First State National Monument, finally welcoming all 50 states into the National Park family. This will provide additional funding along with guaranteeing the land for future generations. During the same ceremony, President Obama also declared the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument on Maryland’s eastern shore, giving the mid-Atlantic a double whammy of national monuments to celebrate. So go ahead, celebrate Delaware. You deserve it.Slow news day around here so we’ll let Delaware soak up some glory.Here are some links to interesting, albiet slightly off topic, stories: The future of battery technology, and energy in general, could sprout from a lab accident. Typical. via slate.comProfile of the Man Who Changed Fly Fishing Forever, Tibor “Ted” Juracsik. via Garden and GunGeorge Lowe, final member of the first Everest Expedition dies. Not on summit team, but vital member. via OutsideStanding up for skiing, and ski bums. via SAMHurricane Sandy, rebuilding, and why we yearn to live where nature doesn’t want us. via Daily Beastlast_img read more

WWE Wrestling WWE Backlash results: AJ Styles, Seth Rollins RETAIN titles, Roman Reigns BEATS Samoa Joe

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, WWE Wrestling News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: WWE presented the much-awaited edition of Backlash 2018 from Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on May 6. Backlash was the company’s first pay per view post Wrestlemania 34 and hence it managed to create anticipation among wrestling fans.The main event of the pay per view saw Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe take on each other in a thrilling contest. Joe left no stone unturned to win the match and brutally attacked the Big Dog before the match.The Grand Slam champion, despite all odds continued to battle the Samoan and secured a victory against him.  Reigns delivered a spear to the former NXT champion for the win.AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura have been embroiled in a heated rivalry over the WWE championship since the last few months. The two Smackdown superstars faced each other on two separate occasions- WM 34 and Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia.Styles and Nakamura locked horns once again for the WWE title in a no disqualification match. The two wrestlers delivered low blows to each other, leaving each other exhausted to answer the referee’s ten count.The Phenomenal One retained the WWE championship as the match ended in a no contestlast_img read more