A lot of focus on Ezekiel Elliott this week and his long-lasting appeal of the 6 game suspension handed to him by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Giancarlo Stanton keeps smashing home runs, which has been quite a cause for celebration in South Florida, even though it remains rather unlikely that the Marlins make the playoffs. My fiancee left for her Bachelorette Party in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico yesterday, so it’s a long weekend of relaxation and Gators football (man, I’m expecting a beat-down with so many suspensions) in a big opening match-up against Michigan.

This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Barcelona Sues Neymar, Tiger Woods Nudes, Jamaal Tinsley Overpaid;
(2) Mayweather And Pacquiao Win Pay-Per-View Bout;
(3) Crowdsale For Betting On Esports Competitions Readies For September Launch;
(4) Showtime Sued For Mayweather Vs. McGregor Live Stream Problems;
(5) Esports Startup Gamemasters Is On A Mission To Help Video Gamers Go Pro

And as always, the weekly wrap-up: