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UFC 201: Brutal Tyron Woodley points Robbie Lawler’s welterweight reign

Tyron Woodley took the name from UFC welterweight endorse Robbie Lawler on Saturday night, stopping him with 2:12 left in the first round It very well could have happened another time over the past year and a half. A loss. An inch here, a missed breath there and Robbie Lawler might not have owned the UFC welterweight belt as he …

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The Agenda: NFL championship games, EFL Cup, Frampton v Santa Cruz

The Super Bowl looms closer, Southampton seek to defend their guide at Liverpool, more Cup magic and Netballs Quad Series NFL SHOWTIME The sees of countries around the world remain on the USA on Sunday with the championship plays of the NFL and places in the Super Bowl at stake. The Green Bay Packers travel to Georgia to face the …

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Deontay Wilder: ‘I want to fight Anthony Joshua, but Eddie Hearn doesn’t want to risk his gravy train’

The WBC heavyweight champ opens up about his Alabama beginnings, Colin Kaepernicks protest and sizing up Anthony Joshua ahead of their much-fancied amalgamation bout next year( we are looking forward) The Skyy boxing gym outside Tuscaloosa is hard to spot from the completion of its clay superhighway, folded into the backside of the nondescript aluminum-sided be built upon a quiet …

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Unbelievably, Conor McGregor may advantage after ludicrous Nurmagomedov situations

The Irishman helped prepare the tint for a contest that ended in chaos. But the UFC has always indulged the fighter as long as he continues to deliver money In the last six months, Conor McGregor has faced prison, razzed his opponent’s religion, country and father, and been comfortably hit by a superior adversary. Somehow, it’s plausible to reason “hes …

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Busines Car Wash: The biggest fraud gossip ever?

The long speak: What began as an inquiry into coin laundering in Brazil instantly turned into something much greater, discovering a vast and intricate web of political and corporate racketeering On 14 January 2015, police agent Newton Ishii was waiting in Rio de Janeiros Galeo airport to congregated the midnight flight from London. His mission was simple. A former executive …

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Eddie Hearn takes first tentative steps to quelling America | Sean Ingle

Eddie Hearn, backed by a brand-new streaming service and$ 1bn, is taking his first steps to conquering America On a sunny Saturday evening in Chicago, Eddie Hearn parked his tanks securely on American boxing’s lawn and proclaimed:” The war is on .” Thus the first shots were fired in the sport’s recent- and most provocative- turf war. Six months ago, …

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Paige VanZant:’ Engaging helped me realise I am a strong, talented wife’

The UFC fighter explains how motley martial arts has contributed to her dealing with the damage of being sexually assaulted as a boy and how she is using her celebrity status to promotion other victims of bullying and abuse ‘I‘m definitely not a quitter ,” Paige VanZant says as the Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter explains why, in January, she refused …

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Why the UFC’s ‘sportswashing’ of Chechnya’s dictator is a problem

The presence of Ramzan Kadyrov in the front row of a UFC show highlights a troubling link between the Chechen strongman and the MMA promotion On Saturday 15 September, Ramzan Kadyrov marched into Moscow’s Olimpiyskiy Stadium to watch the evening’s fightings. Dressed in beige jeans and a grey t-shirt with a according coat, the notorious Chechen strongman was surrounded by …

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Bullet, bang and queues throw shadow over first day of Rio Olympics

A stray bullet fired into a media tent at the equestrian venue and a restrained explosion near the road cycling finish would be in danger of overshadow the opening day of activity in Rio A move bullet burnt into a media tent at the equestrian venue and a inhibited detonation near the finish line of the road cycling threatened to …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football goons

The long read: For the past the last two decades the Russian territory has encouraged groups of violent far-right followers. As the World cup finals approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he once obstructed a framed photo of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in …

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