About Us

Swipe Sports is a sports blog built for the fans—sharing the most entertaining, informative interactive media (videos, memes and social media posts) as well as news hits with our readers—while they’re trending.

We understand the importance of producing stories in real-time, with the 24/7 news cycle constantly providing readers with news snippets to react to. That’s where we come into play — taking breaking news, and putting our spin on it. Our job isn’t to provide the “What?” Instead, it’s more about the “How,” “Why?” and “What It Means,” so readers can digest the news.

Simply put: It’s mainstream media’s job to report the news, so our role is centered around digesting and reacting to what the news cycle brings, so you can figure out how it fits in your world.

We strive to utilize a variety of different content mediums on Swipe. You’ll find reactionary news stories, “quick hit” blog posts, think-pieces, viral videos, memes and rumors — covering the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, MMA, as well as some wrestling and soccer.

So now that you know a little bit about us, we’d love to take the time to get to know you! Please feel free to email us using the contact information provided below, with any story tips, feedback or reactions to anything we’ve published. We love to hear it!

Meet The Swipe Team

Matt Birch — Managing Editor 

Matt’s daily life revolves around sports—watching, discussing and covering them. He has over 15 years of experience, and a degree in print journalism. His roots come from print, but it didn’t take long for him to make the transition over to the online world, understanding that newspapers were slowly losing their hold on the media landscape. He’s written for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, SB Nation, Bleacher Report and a wealth of other outlets. Matt certainly isn’t picky in terms of his sports consumption, as he actively follows the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, UFC — as well as both American (MLS) and European (EPL) soccer.

S.G. King — Associate Editor

Scott created terezowens.com in 2009 and in a few years’ time, grew it from a small blog into one of the sports gossip world’s most visited websites, with over 3 million unique monthly visitors, plus frequent links and mentions in The NY Post, TMZ.com, Barstool Sports, Daily Mail, Us Magazine, People Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and many others. In 2018 he started sportsgossip.com, now one of the web’s premier destinations with dozens of stories published daily, for breaking sports gossip news.