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However, there was one point where Hunter got knocked to the outside and wasn't really moving to get back in. Cena made quick work of Elias, and walked off disappointed before the Dead Man finally rose after some shenanigans with his ring gear disappearing in the ring.
  • Conor McGregor was not considered a replacement option for UFC 223

    Conor McGregor was not considered a replacement option for UFC 223

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    Ferguson had to pull out of the fight due to an injury. The result of an MRI showed a torn lateral collateral ligament (LCL), which will require surgery, and Ferguson was not cleared to compete. Whittaker did face Yoel Romero for the interim belt, when Michael Bisping was scheduled to defend the middleweight title last November against Georges St-Pierre.
  • Disney To Launch $5 Monthly ESPN+ Streaming Service On April 12

    Disney To Launch $5 Monthly ESPN+ Streaming Service On April 12

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    Dubbed ESPN +, the subscription service will feature live sporting events, original shows and on-demand programming. ESPN + is Disney's first direct-to-customer service, which could mean that company wants to see how this does before rolling out a Disney subscription-based streaming in 2019.
  • London murder rate overtakes NY for first time as crime surges

    London murder rate overtakes NY for first time as crime surges

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    Writing in the Sun on Sunday , the Conservative MP said: "It is no coincidence the record rise in knife crime comes as there is a dramatic fall in the use of police stop and search powers". NY has been able to bring down serious violence through a public health approach. Khan, who has been in office since May 2016, is from the opposition Labour Party.
  • Ogunbowale gives Fighting Irish reason to smile

    Ogunbowale gives Fighting Irish reason to smile

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    They played for an ACC championship and earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament anyway. It first happened against UConn during Friday's Final Four game - and then to win it all, a buzzer beater on Sunday against Mississippi State .
  • Anthony Joshua Secures New Heavyweight Title After Unanimous Victory Against Joseph Parker

    Anthony Joshua Secures New Heavyweight Title After Unanimous Victory Against Joseph Parker

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    Almost a stone lighter than in his last fight, against Takam, he moved with noticeably more nimbleness, in and out of range, and generally looked sharper. Whyte is also on the cards and has also expressed his interested in a showdown with Wilder after challenging him following his victory over Lucas Browne last month, but he may need to wait for Joshua to make his move before getting his wish.
  • Warriors' Patrick McCaw suffered lumbar spine contusion during Kings game

    Warriors' Patrick McCaw suffered lumbar spine contusion during Kings game

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    The 2016 second-round pick adds some athleticism to the Golden State backcourt and was slated for more minutes with Curry on the mend, but now he'll need time to recover. And while Vince Carter certainly doesn't mean to do this, head coach Steve Kerr is understandably upset. After the game, Warriors star forward Kevin Durant said he didn't believe Carter did anything dirty or intentional.
  • Struggle hero Winnie Mandela dead at 81

    Struggle hero Winnie Mandela dead at 81

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    Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Nelson Mandela " It is with profound sadness that we inform the public that Mrs Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away at the Netcare Milpark Hospital, Johannesburg, South Africa on Monday", said a statement issued by her family.
  • Yoenis Cespedes drives in three as Mets best Cardinals

    Yoenis Cespedes drives in three as Mets best Cardinals

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    Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne was in NY to cover the Cardinals opening day game. New Met Adrian Gonzalez plated fellow new Met Todd Frazier with a double to give the Mets a 4-3 lead with one out. Though it wasn't almost as dramatic a tone-setter, Syndergaard stated in no uncertain terms Wednesday what his Opening Day start against the Cardinals means to him and his Mets teammates.
  • James ties Jordan's double-figures streak; Cavs top Hornets

    James ties Jordan's double-figures streak; Cavs top Hornets

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    James matched Jordan's 17-year-old mark Wednesday night against the Jordan-owned Charlotte Hornets when he scored on a powerful alley-oop dunk on a pass from J.R. The Cleveland Cavs stars rached the mark in the first quarter for the 867th straight time in his team's 107-102 win against the New Orleans Pelicans .
  • Pronghorns Track and Field Competes in Lyman Invitational

    Pronghorns Track and Field Competes in Lyman Invitational

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    Other boys teams competing on Thursday in order of highest to lowest finish included: Peach County, Griffin, Warner Robins, Northside (Warner Robins), Perry, Jones County, Veterans and Americus-Sumter. In the 110-meter hurdles, Miles Garrett had a time of 16.93 that landed him in fourth-place and in the 300-meter hurdles, he just missed picking up the sixth-place medal by 1/100th of a second with his time of 46.44.
  • Giancarlo Stanton Crushes Homerun In Yankees Debut

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    INDOCHINO is celebrating the season opener with an exclusive deal where Yankees fans will get a premium custom suit for just $379. It will be the first of 19 meetings between the two clubs and this season should be a fun one for the ancient rivals.
  • Self's best coaching job? KU doubted all year until Final Four run

    Self's best coaching job? KU doubted all year until Final Four run

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    Kansas' Lagerald Vick started the year with a series of strong performances - and then abruptly faded for most of Big 12 play. truTV at 6:09 p.m. Check out a rundown of the four teams that compete on Saturday. MI gets another low-seed matchup when it meets the No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago Ramblers. The Wolverines need to lock in on their quality defense that ranks top 10 in the nation in points allowed.
  • Rusty Staub, beloved slugger who played 23 seasons, dies at 73

    Rusty Staub, beloved slugger who played 23 seasons, dies at 73

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    Staub played 23 season, including three with the Detroit Tigers between 1976 and 1979 where he was voted the start the 1976 All-Star Game. That was more than enough time for any fanbase to fall in love with Rusty. After baseball, Staub earned a reputation as a humanitarian. Not just because of his outsized personality, but because of his reputation as a tough negotiator for himself.
  • Steve Smith, David Warner banned from playing for Australia for 1 year

    Steve Smith, David Warner banned from playing for Australia for 1 year

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    Australia vice-captain Warner was handed a one-year ban from global cricket by Cricket Australia on March 28 for his role in orchestrating ball-tampering during the third Test against South Africa . He, along with his skipper Steve Smith , and fellow opener Cameron Bancroft were sent back home with Cricket Australia naming Tim Paine as the captain for the fourth Test against the Proteas.
  • Tottenham's Harry Kane could make injury return vs. Chelsea - Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham's Harry Kane could make injury return vs. Chelsea - Mauricio Pochettino

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    Spurs now sit in fourth in the Premier League table and have the chance to extend their lead over fifth place Chelsea to eight points. The England striker is still second top-scorer of the league, three ahead of third-placed Sergio Aguero, though he would need to put in a massive shift if he wants to surpass Salah, who is in the form of his life and scored four in his last game against Watford.
  • Australia adds opener Renshaw to squad for Wanderers Test

    Australia adds opener Renshaw to squad for Wanderers Test

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    Australia have added opening batsman Matt Renshaw to their squad for the fourth Test against South Africa in Johannesburg. Renshaw, who has scored 623 runs in 10 tests at an average of 36.64, said he hadn't been concentrating much on the ball-tampering scandal.
  • Giants 'Listening To Trade Calls' For Odell Beckham Jr

    Giants 'Listening To Trade Calls' For Odell Beckham Jr

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    We have seen "rental" trades such as the Rams move for Marcus Peters and the Eagles deal for Timmy Jernigan previous year carry a relatively low cost, but trading for Beckham would be no rental deal. "I'm looking forward to working with him", Shurmur said. Beckham Jr's behaviour has got him in hot water a couple times during his career, and doubts about his conduct resurfaced last week when a picture was seen of him on social media with a woman and what appeared to be a white powdery ...
  • Yankees say Greg Bird has inflammation in foot

    Yankees say Greg Bird has inflammation in foot

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    Greg Bird is once again headed under the knife. But that doesn't mean anyone should count out Walker. Despite this news, the Yankees should be fine in his absence. "Not just who we're facing, but maybe who's on the mound for us, and what kind of defense we want to have out there", Boone said. A literal painful start to his career in pinstripes, Drury's first at-bat this spring as a member of the Yankees ended when he was hit in the hand.
  • The real fear behind this Greg Bird scare

    The real fear behind this Greg Bird scare

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    This, of course, is the same ankle that Bird had operated on past year, the one that sidelined him for all but 48 games. However, the 25-year-old batted.154 with one home run in 52 spring training at-bats. Batting sluggers in the leadoff role is a trend that has emerged in recent years, with the Houston Astros' George Springer, Colorado Rockies' Charlie Blackmon and Minnesota Twins' Brian Dozier among the names that had great success in doing so last year.
  • EPL: Courtois reveals club he will play for next season

    EPL: Courtois reveals club he will play for next season

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    However, the former Lille star says he is happy with life in London and is not looking beyond Belgium's World Cup campaign, which begins in June. I just want to be on the pitch and try to give everything like I do every time. "As a player, you can be hyped, an ordinary stop suddenly becomes a fantastic save, and I think I am still making good saves". Hazard is now on global duty with Belgium and is set to feature in Tuesday's friendly against Saudi Arabia.
  • Watch Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne Live from The O2 on Sky

    Watch Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne Live from The O2 on Sky

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    This was a big night for Dillian Whyte, with the fight being shown on North American television, and he was straight into promotional mode after the fight. The Brixton boxer produced an explosive finish in the sixth round to leave Browne on the canvas and after the victory - which preserved his status as the WBC's number one ranked contender - Whyte called out Wilder and suggested the pair could meet as early as June this year.
  • Bubba Watson storms to victory at WGC-Dell Match Play

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    And when things are working, his opponents are left scratching their heads at just how he gets his golf ball to do those insane things. "I played solid enough to win all of these matches, and it was nice to do so", Thomas told the Golf Channel after dominating Francesco Molinari 7 & 5 on Friday.
  • Parker punching harder after surgery

    Parker punching harder after surgery

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    Parker's elbow surgery late last year, revealed by the Herald yesterday, has helped the 26-year-old significantly and could prove to be crucial in his world heavyweight title unification bout against Anthony Joshua in Cardiff on April 1 NZT.
  • Novak Djokovic out of Miami Open

    Novak Djokovic out of Miami Open

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    Losing to the 175th-ranked Kokkinankis will cost Federer the world No. 1 ranking. The world number 175 was not expected to pose much of a challenge for Federer on a glorious Saturday in Florida, but Kokkinakis showed no fear to fight back a claim a sensational 3-6 6-3 7-6 (7-4) victory.
  • Ricciardo slams officials over penalty

    Ricciardo slams officials over penalty

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    Ricciardo is relishing his first chance to test the F1 contract waters - "I know what I want, and the performance side is more important than ticking the money box, " he said late previous year - but wants to shut down chatter over his future.