Boxing

Tyson Fury is facing his toughest opposing and involves our compassion

Wladimir Klitschko has accused Tyson Fury of dragging boxing through the dirt but Furys mental health signifies more than a heavyweight name fight Fighters fight, or so the old-time adage moves. World heavyweight boxing champ Tyson Fury struggle for their own lives against “the worlds largest” daunting opponent he was able to appearance, the snarling pitch-black bird-dog of feeling. The …

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Did Justin Trudeau merely lose his halo?

Ottawa, Canada( CNN) What’s going on with Justin Trudeau? Since his surprising poll last-place October, Trudeau has enjoyed rising notoriety as the young, hip, progressive “Ministers ” of Canada. Consecrated with charm, good looks, a call and a photogenic lineage, he has become an overnight international celebrity. JUST WATCHED Obama, Trudeau trade Bieber jokes

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Cleveland (CNN)Donald Trump’s campaign finally moved Wednesday to shut down the distracting controversy over Melania Trump’s plagiarized speech by identifying the writer who worked on the speech. After spending more than 36 hours directly dismissing charges of plagiarism, the campaign pivoted to acknowledge that passages had been taken from Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech to the Democratic National Convention, in what …

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The tenderness in his brightly-coloured artworks was testimony to his courage, but everything about him was art Muhammad Ali was a cultural force to be reckoned with, the star of boxings golden era, when high culture met low culture and the two came together. Ali brought together black and white intellectuals and artists across the board from Hunter S Thompson …

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So THAT’S Why It’s Called Joyous Hour

Whether you’re a concoction aficionado or you exactly can’t pass up a great deal on nachos, we can all agree that happy hour has become a sacred ritual in America. But have you ever thought when the institution of inexpensive libations after toil inaugurated? Ironically, you can thank injunction for the boozy rehearsal as we know it today and the …

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As Manchester United tumble, there is no signed Louis van Gaal will get it right

United are floating dangerously and questions regarding Van Gaals future as administrator are not the only ones that need to be addressed at Old Trafford Louis van Gaal cited Murphys Law as the prime rationale for Manchester Uniteds 2-1 humiliation by Midtjylland in Herning. Allies are entitled to ask: Is there a Van Gaal Law which states that whatever tosh …

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Hats off to Justin Trudeau, the only world leader able to strip off with glory

Canadas prime minister has managed to succeed where Cameron, Blair and Putin have all failed: a bare-chested snap that induces neither horror nor hilarity Oh go on then, if you hold. There arent numerous world leaders I could bear to look at without a shirt and I expect the Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, is near the top of the …

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The dark prowes of copyright: logo duels from Specsavers to Facebook

Swimmer Ryan Lochte probably isnt bothering anyone by marking Jeah, his strange win call but can Specsavers genuinely patent shouldve, or can Facebook own face and notebook? The world of logo principle is murky indeed Last week US swimmer Ryan Lochte experienced himself wanted for questioning by Rio police over a legend about being mugged one of the two bad …

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Athletic brilliance is hard enough with your strongest mitt – so does an play of boasting insolence pay off on the field of play-act? According to a popular axiom, stumbling a baseball well is the most difficult skill in sports. There is something close to magical about a ballplayer connecting with a round pellet, applying a round bat, despite simply …

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