Harry Kettle

English professional sports writer with an interest in combat sports such as pro wrestling, MMA, boxing & much more. As well as working for betting.ca, Harry has formerly produced content for FOX Sports Asia & TheLADbible

  • Canada Book Place In Gold Cup Quarter-Finals

    Canada Book Place In Gold Cup Quarter-Finals

    June 27, 2019
    Canada have booked their place in the quarter-finals of the 2019 Gold Cup, as they continue their progress and improvements ahead of the 2026 FIFA World Cup. They dismantled Cuba with a ruthless performance, setting themselves up perfectly for a tie against Haiti. “Lucas Cavallini: The Canadian forward made his presence known with a hat trick ...
  • NHL Commissioner: Basketball Still Behind Hockey In Canada

    NHL Commissioner: Basketball Still Behind Hockey In Canada

    June 27, 2019
    Canada is a hockey country and we all know that to be true – but even with that being the case, it feels like there’s something of a small uprising that is taking place within other sports in the nation. As reported by BBC, the Toronto Raptors were able to capture their first NBA Championship ...
  • What To Do With The Toronto Blue Jays

    What To Do With The Toronto Blue Jays

    June 26, 2019
    The beautiful thing about baseball is that no matter how many other sports become popular or receive attention from the media, baseball is always going to be considered to be the greatest sport in North America by the majority of fans. Why do we think that, you ask? Because historically speaking that has seemingly always ...
  • Canada’s Pro Wrestling Pride

    Canada’s Pro Wrestling Pride

    June 26, 2019
    Let’s get this out of the way early: yes, as reported by Wrestling.ca, there is a real presence in Canada when it comes to the sport of amateur wrestling. It may not be spoken about as frequently or as fondly as in the United States (we’re sensing a bit of a pattern here) but even ...
  • Baseball Heading Back To Montreal?

    Baseball Heading Back To Montreal?

    June 24, 2019
    “Predictably, a whole bunch of people missed the point behind Major League Baseball approving the idea of the Tampa Bay Rays exploring a split-cities concept with Montreal that would see the club play games in new facilities built in each city. It’s not going to happen unless a strong economic case can be made to ...
  • Six Canadians Drafted In Historic NBA Draft

    Six Canadians Drafted In Historic NBA Draft

    June 21, 2019
    Nobody does hockey like Canada, and even most Americans will probably agree with that sentiment. For years and years now it has felt increasingly like the Great White North’s grasp on hockey will never be broken, and will never be matched. That is their sport, and it always has been. Alas, change can be a good thing ...
  • A Look At The NHL From Overseas

    A Look At The NHL From Overseas

    June 20, 2019
    We all like to watch and enjoy something different from time to time, especially in the world of sports. It can get a little bit tedious following the same ‘game’ for a long period of time, and expanding your horizons can be good for that kind of thing. It’s important to recognise and understand just ...
  • Does It Matter Where Kawhi Leonard Goes?

    Does It Matter Where Kawhi Leonard Goes?

    June 20, 2019
    In case you’ve been living under a rock, here is the latest headline in the world of basketball: the Toronto Raptors are world champions after dethroning the Golden State Warriors, and Kawhi Leonard could probably become mayor of the city if he tried. It was one hell of a series with the reigning champions pushing ...
  • Shooting At Raptors’ Parade Shouldn’t Be Forgotten

    Shooting At Raptors’ Parade Shouldn’t Be Forgotten

    June 18, 2019
    The Toronto Raptors were able to capture their first NBA Championship last week at the expense of the Golden State Warriors, and to put it as bluntly as we possibly can, it was a thing of beauty. The injuries for Golden State weren’t exactly ideal and it may not have made it an entirely fair/accurate ...
  • Canada Gears Up For Another Stanley Cup Run Next Season

    Canada Gears Up For Another Stanley Cup Run Next Season

    June 14, 2019
    “The final numbers are in and the first ever championship win for the Missouri team over the Boston Bruins last night in the Massachusetts metropolis scored an audience of almost 9 million. In fact, the Blues 4-1 victory over the Original 6er crew turns out to be the most watched NHL game ever on any ...