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Daniel Cormier condemns Conor McGregor for crossing the line with deleted tweet: “I immediately called Khabib”

Daniel Cormier was quick to pick up the phone and check in on his longtime friend Khabib Nurmagomedov following a recent post by Conor McGregor. Earlier this week McGregor took to Twitter with a number of tweets that have since been deleted. During the online rampage, the Irishman not only took aim at Dustin Poirier and his wife Jolie, but also sent out a cryptic message that appeared to be aimed at his longtime nemesis Khabib Nurmagomedov.
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VIDEO:Francis Ngannou drinks a cup while getting HIT

UFC Heavyweight Champion, Francis Ngannou just showed how tough his body is and it may be the closest thing to being The Black Panther. He recently posted in his Twitter account that he felt nothing which is crazy. Just shows that he is built different. It is an interesting watch...
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Photo: Chris Jericho Shares Post-Match Photo After AEW Dynamite

The “Five Labours of Jericho” continued on this week’s AEW Dynamite: Fight for the Fallen as Chris Jericho defeated Nick Gage in a No Rules Match. Jericho took to Instagram following the brutal fight to share a post-match photo. He also gave props to Gage and called out legendary luchador Juventud Guerrera, his old WCW rival.
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Wrestling Legend Appears Before AEW Dynamite, To Join Commentary Team Next Week

Pro wrestling legend David Crockett attended this week’s AEW Dynamite tapings in North Carolina and will be a guest commentator on next week’s AEW Dark: Elevation. Crockett appeared in front of the crowd prior to Dynamite and joined Tony Schiavone and Paul Wight, the commentary team for Elevation. As seen...
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Cash Wheeler Injury Update After AEW Dynamite

As reported earlier, Inner Circle member Cash Wheeler injured his arm during the tag team match between FTR and Santana & Ortis on tonight’s AEW Dynamite. In an update, PWInsider reports that Wheeler suffered a “really bad cut” to his arm and was immediately treated by AEW medical staff. The report added that Wheeler was said to be “OK in the back” and there is no word on whether he will miss any action at this point.
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Lamar Odom Fighting 53-Year-Old Riddick Bowe In Celeb Boxing Match

Lamar Odom is stepping back in the boxing ring, but this time he ain't scrapping with a childhood pop star ... L.O. is fighting former heavyweight champ, Riddick Bowe!!. Celebrity Boxing founder Damon Feldman tells TMZ Sports they've inked a deal pitting the 6'10", 41-year-old former NBA All-Star against the retired 53-year-old pugilist.
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Speak Now: A very newsworthy AEW Dynamite

AEW Fight For The Fallen was a very newsworthy edition of Dynamite-- that featured an exciting and bloody bout between Nick Gage and Chris Jericho, a major announcement and lots more. Join host Denise Salcedo on her weekly Speak Now Pro Wrestling show for all of the latest. Topics Rundown:
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Seoul boxing memories, Serie A’s heyday and the great Sally Gunnell

1) The Olympic boxing is in full swing, so let’s have a look back to the memorable 1988 version. Here’s the great Roy Jones Jr losing his gold medal fight to Park Si-hun in a robbery so outrageous that he considered quitting the game and here’s Park explaining the impact of the verdict on his life; here’s Lennox Lewis fighting Riddick Bowe in the super-heavyweight gold-medal match and here are the two of them exchanging words in the ring immediately after Bowe beat Evander Holyfield to become undisputed champion of the world; here’s Chun Jin-Chul mistaking the bell in another ring for the bell in his, when his opponent, Todd Foster did not, and here’s the consequent rematch.
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Tokyo 2020 results (Day 6, Morning): Jalolov dominates first fight, much more

Oleksandr Khyzhniak (Ukraine) def. Yuito Moriwaki (Japan), 5:0: Khyzhniak is the top seed and boy, did he look like what you’d think a top seed would look like, my goodness. This is a terrific boxer, not really a Lomachenko/Usyk type of stylist for recent Ukrainian Olympic stars, a little more basic, but extremely good at that. His fundamentals are on-point, he throws a lot of punches, looks to have some heat on them, not afraid to work in close if an opponent tries to make him do that. A dominant showing, gonna be tough to beat. The host country fighter does exit in the round of 16, but he went out swinging his best at a terrific opponent.
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Cash Wheeler Suffers Bloody Injury During AEW Dynamite

AEW finally presented FTR vs Santana and Ortiz this week at Fight For The Fallen. They hyped that match for a long time and had been planning it for months. Unfortunately, Cash Wheeler was apparently injured in the process. During the match, Cash Wheeler took a bump on the outside...
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Olympics 2021: Is This The Year For The U.S. Men?

It’s easy to take things for granted when they happen so regularly. For the United States, Olympic Gold medals were something one could take for granted for a long time. Sometimes, the men’s boxing team would win more. Sometimes less. They rarely left without one until it became a new...
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