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first_imgWrestling fans in Nigeria will, on Monday, have an opportunity of watching history being made as the first-ever WWE pay-per-view event featuring women superstars will be exclusively live on DStv.The event, scheduled to take place in New York with all four women’s championship belts on the line, will be live on SuperSport 8 (channel 228) at Tuesday midnight and repeated in the evening at 6pm on SuperSport 9 (channel 229). GOtv viewers can catch the special event on Friday 2 November at 7:30pm on SuperSport Select 3 (channel 33).The most anticipated bout of the night is between the Raw women’s champion, Ronda Rousey, as she takes on Nikki Bella, who is threatening a “Bellalution”. The two combatants, who were once allies, would square-up in what will be a grudge bout, with Bella threatening to her more prominent opponentAlso on the card, SmackDown women’s champion, Becky Lynch, will defend her title against Charlotte Flair in a last woman standing match.The “Irish Lass Kicker” and Flair heiress will do battle in the first-ever Last Woman Standing match at the historic event. This will be the third encounter between both fighters, with Flair winning the first when Lynch got herself intentionally disqualified, and the second ended in a brawl.Other match-ups include NXT women’s champion Kairi up against Shayna Baszler; and a double tag team fight between Alexa Bliss and Mickie James versus Trish Stratus and Lita. There will also be a triple tag team bout between Sasha Banks, Bayley and Natalya vs The Riott Squad, consisting of Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan.Also lined up for the event is the final of the Mae Young Classic, as well as battle royale for a future title shot featuring the very best of talented youngsters in the sport.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram WWF’s-Ronda-Rouseylast_img read more

first_img Loading …Puppy Love – BudweiserCowboy Kid – DoritoHero’s Welcome = BudweiserTime Machine – DoritosPhone Call – Radio Shack by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Forget the Super Bowl (and yours truly is most certainly trying), let’s talk about the Super Bowl Commercials.We are running a special Monday version of Sumner Newscow weekly poll by having you the reader pick your favorite commercial.The following are the top five most popular Super Bowl commercials according to the 2014 USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter (see survey here).Click on the commercial videos below the survey to pick your favorite. Sorry, we are only picking five for this poll. There were 60 commercials throughout the telecast. What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial? Puppy Love – Budweiser Cowboy Kid – Dorito Hero’s Welcome – Budweiser Time Machine – Doritos Phone Call – Radio Shack I like another commercial not on the list I hated all of those commercials above. View Resultscenter_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 340 weeks ago I’m kind of tired of the old dog and pony show from Budweiser. Report Reply 0 replies · active 340 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

first_imgImage Courtesy: AFP/ETCanadaAdvertisement 5rcjsNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs83j4Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E9hp3( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 7sjm3Would you ever consider trying this?😱9rg9Can your students do this? 🌚626bRoller skating! Powered by Firework Amidst the global lock down due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, many sportspersons are resorting to workout and exercise in their own homes, and often share their activities on social media with their fans. However, Tennis ace Roger Federer has brought in a new twist. The Swiss legend has been practising an interesting solo one hand drill, and tagged several other iconic sporting figures and celebrities, including the likes of Virat Kohli, The Rock, Bill Gates and Cristiano Ronaldo!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFP/ETCanadaFederer’s training drill, where he is seen hitting a tennis ball on a wall repeatedly with a racket, and he uploaded a clip of himself performing the same on his official Twitter handle on Tuesday.“Here’s a helpful solo drill. Let’s see what you got! Reply back with a video and I’ll provide some tips. Choose your hat wisely 🎩😉👊 #tennisathome” the 20 times Grand Slam winner captioned the clip.Advertisement As many of his followers stormed the comment section with their own clips of performing the drill, Federer later retweeted his post, mentioning a number of sportspersons and celebrities on how are they ‘#TrainingFromHome’. Check out the clip here-Federer’s tags included Team India captain Virat Kohli, football icons Cristiano Ronaldo, Toni Kroos and Gianluigi Buffon, fellow tennis stars Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev and Coco Gauff, wrestler cum actor Dwayne Johnson aka ‘The Rock’, Hugh Jackman, Bill Gates, survival instructor Bear Grylls and many more.The World no. 4’s video has gotten over 2.1 million views, and 8.3k retweets.Federer recently uploaded another video where he was practicing some trick shots in his snow-covered garage space, and talked about how staying active during the current lock down is very vital. He also wished for everyone’s good health and safety amidst the woeful times.Back in March, the 38 year old veteran pledged over $1 million to help the families that have been affected in his home country.There has been 23,529 positive cases reported in Switzerland, and 913 deaths from the virus.Like many other sports, Tennis has also been majorly affected due to the COVID-19 outbreak, with the postponement of French open and subsequently the cancellation of Wimbledon 2020.Also read-Italian Olympic runner Donato Sabia passes away due to Coronavirus!David Warner does a Ravindra Jadeja as he handles his bat like a sword! Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgIt wasn’t pretty, but it was a win.Carsen Willans and Travis Wellman scored goals to power the Nelson Leafs to a nail-biting 2-1 victory over the Spokane Braves in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League playoff action Tuesday at the NDCC Arena.Nelson leads the best-of-seven Murdoch Division Semi Final series 1-0.Game two is Wednesday at the NDCC Arena.Playing the game without the services of leading scorer Jamie Vlanich and veteran center Linden Horswill, Nelson struggled to find any offence through the first 38 minutes of the contest. That’s when a bad pinch in the Braves defence gave Nelson a 2-on-1 break.With Willans carrying the puck into the Spokane zone, Wellman played the opportunistic winger tapping in a Rayce Miller pass for the game’s first goal.In the third it was Willans’ turn.The diminutive winger skated through the Braves defence before depositing a backhander past a surprised Jon Manlow in the Spokane nets.Nelson then put the game into the hands for netminder Adam Maida, who shutout the Braves for 59 minutes before Sean Collins scored on the power play.Maida is currently riding a three-game winning streak after taking over for injured Brad Rebagliati in the Nelson nets.Nelson out shot the Braves 29-23.Puck drop Wednesday is 7 p.m.ICE CHIPS: Kimberley, Creston, Osoyoos and 100 Mile House all took one-game leads in their respective playoff series as all but one series opened Tuesday in the KIJHL. Beaver Valley hosts Castlegar in Game one of the other Murdoch Semi Final. . . . The loss of Jamie Vlanich and Linden Horswill takes 140-plus regular season points of offence out of the Nelson lineup. Vlanich could be in the lineup for Wednesday while Horswill is possible for Friday when the series shifts to Spokane.last_img read more

first_imgThis measure is said to the place taken by the Hungarian authorities on Wednesday, because it determined ban indoor sports activities occasions the place greater than 100 spectators will congregate. Hungary has declared a state of emergency after confirming a complete of 13 instances of individuals contaminated with coronavirus in the nation.It ought to be remembered that the Spanish crew led by Anabel Medina is certified for the closing section of the competitors and that the draw positioned the ladies of the Navy in the Group C along with the United States and Slovakia. As well as, this measure taken by the Hungarian authorities can transcend tennis, since the Italy spin (Might 9 to 31) is scheduled to depart its subsequent version from Budapest. The coronavirus continues to wobble the foundations of sport … The coronavirus slows a brand new tennis competitors. This Wednesday it’s as much as Fed Cup Finals, whose first version with this new format in the type of the Davis Cup was to be held in Budapest (Hungary) from April 14 to 19. For now we must wait, since the Worldwide Tennis Federation (ITF) has formally declared the postponement of stated closing section.This was confirmed by the Fed Cup itself by means of its web site: “The ITF has introduced the postponement of each the Fed Cup Finals and the Fed Cup Play-offs in response to well being issues for COVID-19. After cautious consideration and shut dialogue with the ITF Council, the Native Organizing Committee and in mild of the Right this moment’s announcement by the Hungarian authorities about indoor occasions, regrets that the ITF has introduced the postponement of the Fed Cup Finals, initially scheduled from April 14 to 19 at the Laszlo Papp Sport Area in Budapest. “last_img read more

first_imgCommuters and drivers, as well as pedestrians on Friday morning, had a hard time keeping their heads straight as they went about their business on Vlissengen Road, Georgetown, which had a carnival-like atmosphere as the Natural Resources Ministry launched its Mash band.The Ministry braved the rains to launch its band which will see the participation of about 100 revellers.Those who gathered to witness the launch were entertained by live performances of several talented artistes before the brightly coloured costumes were displayed by beautiful women dancing to tunes of Soca, Reggae and other Caribbean vibes.This year’s costumes were designed by Nelsion Nurse under the concept “promoting sustainability and development” as was pointed out by the event’s host, Curtis “Casual” Armstrong.The Natural Resources Ministry’s band getting themselves ready for the celebrations next week as they proudly display their costumesHe explained, “This concept highlights Guyana’s movement away from valuing of forests for simply their wood and trees and instead treats forests as part of our national patrimony. It is to be managed collectively. Forest cover approximately 87 per cent of Guyana’s total surface area and the country’s economic development and prosperity is, therefore, directly tied to the management and use of its forest and forested lands”.In this regard, the float happens to be a representation of Guyana’s forest. The country has vast forest resources which cover more than three-quarters of its land mass. Furthermore, it contains over 1000 different tree varieties, the host added.The various shades of green, blue, yellow and even black brought the rays of sunshine bursting through the clouds, as they too seemed to want a glimpse of this year’s Natural Resources Ministry’s Mash band.The Ministry’s band will join the several other Government agencies as well as private organisations to celebrate the 49th Mashramani parade.The theme for this year’s celebration is “Celebrate Mash 2019; With Victory in Mind – Rediscovering El Dorado”.This year’s parade will take place on February 23, at the head of Carifesta Avenue and will trail along the Kitty Roundabout, turning onto Vlissengen Road heading to the D’Urban Park, where the celebrations will continue.In an interview with the Department of Public Information (DPI), Director of Culture Tamika Boatswain said the Department is ready to host the celebrations through planned activities countrywide.In order to facilitate this, close to $100 million will be utilised for the 49th Republic anniversary, the Director noted.last_img read more

first_imgWINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he hopes to discuss pipelines, flood protection and other issues during a one-hour meeting Friday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.Pallister says Trudeau could help unify the country by ensuring the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion gets built to allow Alberta oil to get coastal access to overseas markets.The premier says suicide rates among young men in Alberta due to economic uncertainty are through the roof and their concerns cannot be ignored.- Advertisement -Pallister also wants Ottawa to walk back recent changes to environmental rules that pipelines and other projects must address before they can go ahead.He says the same legislation threatens flood-protection projects and hydro development.Pallister also plans to discuss crime and public safety with Trudeau, given a recent spike in homicides and other violent crimes in Winnipeg.Advertisement This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 6, 2019.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

first_img Manchester United face Southampton on Monday night boosted by the news that captain Wayne Rooney and striker Radamel Falcao should be available for the trip to St Mary’s. 1 Manchester United face Southampton on Monday night boosted by the news that captain Wayne Rooney and striker Radamel Falcao should be available for the trip to St Mary’s.The Red Devils have won four games on the bounce to move into the Champions League qualification places and victory against the Saints would move Louis Van Gaal’s side up to third in the Premier League.Van Gaal has had his attack decimated by injuries and suspensions this season but could call upon his full quota of strikers for the first time since September.Should Rooney and Falcao go straight into the first team? And is it time to rest Robin Van Persie?Here’s how Man United could line-up against Southampton:GoalkeeperDavid De Gea reinforced his credentials as one of the best keepers in world football with a brilliant save from Mame Biram Diouf in injury time to preserve all three points for United against Stoke in midweek and will continue between the sticks.DefenceJonny Evans provided Van Gaal with a defensive boost running out for United’s Under-21 side against Southampton on Monday night.It’s probably too early to throw him back into the first XI and United will likely line-up with the same back four from midweek – Antonio Valencia, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young.MidfieldAngel Di Maria will miss the trip to Saint Mary’s after suffering a hamstring injury so Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellani and Ander Herrera should continue in midfield.It’s no surprise that United’s impressive run of performances have coincided with Carrick’s return from injury, while Fellani has enjoyed the best spell of his Old Trafford career over the past month and scored his second goal of the season midweek.Spaniard Juan Mata scored the all important winner against the Potters and should retain his place in the number 10 role.AttackWhen all of his strikers have been available Van Gaal has opted to play a three-pronged attack of Rooney, Falcao and Van Persie.Van Persie’s disappointing start to the season caused some concern and despite answering some of his critics with a well-taken goal against Hull last weekend, it may be time to rest the Dutchman given the busy Christmas schedule to follow.Man United fans, how do you think you’ll line up against Southampton? Comment below…last_img read more

first_img“Almost every team in baseball looks at it and says it would love to have some of that depth,” he said. He talked about his much-maligned hitters. “We beat a lot of good clubs and a lot of good pitchers without hitting the ball out of the ballpark for long stretches this season,” he said. Not hitting during the three-and-out stretch stands out like Garret Anderson’s sore eye. The Angels grind away with singles and doubles and by going from first to third and first or second to home. This approach, so successful in winning the not-all-that-powerful American League West, is fun. Unfortunately, it has not been good enough to get the job done in the playoffs. The grinding now must be done by Moreno and Stoneman. They must grind it down to the truth that this team is not quite good enough to get the job done. They must grind it down to the fact that Brandon Wood, their power hitter of the future, is at least two seasons away from becoming a major force. They can hold the course and hope for the best. They can make a run for Alex Rodriguez, who can opt out of his contract with the Yankees. One educated guess has it costing $32 million annually for his services. As A-Rod demonstrated in Seattle, Texas and thus far with the Yankees, his services do not guarantee winning it all. The cost is too high. Pass on him. This leaves a trade. Stoneman’s history is he will stick with the team he has put together. It is against his nature to do anything rash. This approach has made the Angels a solid franchise. But will it take them to the next level? General managers are reluctant to call Stoneman because he is hard to deal with – he is so reluctant to trade his prospects. “They do have a lot of good kids,” said George Brett, the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame third baseman from El Segundo who was in San Pedro for the 2007 Sportswalk induction ceremony. The list of kids is impressive with Reggie Willits, Brett’s type of all-out player, Kendrick, Casey Kotchman and Wood. But they do need an additional big bat. They really, really need that additional big bat. “Then I’d get rid of one of the kids,’ Brett said. There’s another way of looking at all this. The Angels tried to find magic this year against the Red Sox with Anderson. They tried to make him Kirk Gibson or Willis Reed rising from injury to lead his team to victory. Only with Anderson it was not injury. It was a viral infection, conjunctivitis, pinkeye to everyone this side of the medical profession. Simply put, his vision was not clear. Anderson and the Angels insisted he could see well enough to play. Since baseball people hide as much of their medical information as possible, it was necessary to go to an outside expert, to Dr. Sanford Davidson, a Redondo Beach opthamologist who teaches at UCLA. It was not a complicated conversation. Reporter: “Would pinkeye affect Anderson’s vision?” Davidson: “Absolutely.” So it was a gamble to play him. Davidson: “They’ll treat him with steroid eye drops. It could take two weeks to clear up.” It was a big gamble to play him. Obviously, it was a gamble they believed was necessary, which is an indication of how desperate they are to add power to the lineup. Anderson verified the treatment after lifting himself from the third game when he could not see the ball well enough to play. Among the lessons learned were: the magic is not always there, and gambling, which the Angels might have to do in the trade market, does not always work. Have a nice trading season, Arte, Bill and Mike. mwsptcol@aol.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityThey now enter the season of discontent when fans and commentators, in their infinite wisdom, will solve all their problems. They have to decide if Boston’s 3-0 sweep, which gives them a depressing 0-7 playoff skid, means they must toss caution into that trash can and go get another bat for their lineup to have a legitimate shot at the World Series. Mike Scioscia, their always-loyal-to-management manager, said, “If there is a way to make us better, I know Bill and Arte are going to look at it.” He trusts them. Do you? Scioscia talked about his pitching staff. Quietly, thoughts to himself, Orlando Cabrera moved gear from his locker into a box to be shipped home to Cartagena, Colombia, for the winter. Howie Kendrick tossed some stuff into a trash can. This was all the Angels had left to do after Josh Beckett, Manny Ramirez, David Ortiz and their Boston Red Sox associates rudely tossed them from the playoffs. The end for the players is the beginning for owner Arte Moreno and Bill Stoneman, his cautious general manager. last_img read more

first_img1 Gary Roberts scored a second half penalty for Portsmouth Gary Roberts’ penalty made sure Portsmouth travel to Plymouth on level terms as they drew 2-2 in a ding-dong battle in the first leg of the Sky Bet League Two play-off clash at Fratton Park.Jamille Matt had scored twice to put the visitors in control, cancelling out Marc McNulty’s opener with a header before putting the Greens in front with a neatly-taken overhead kick.But Roberts netted a 51st-minute spot-kick after McNulty had been fouled.Portsmouth had only taken part in one play-off game before, against Leicester in 1993, and were forced to solve a goalkeeping crisis by signing Bournemouth’s Ryan Allsop hours before kick-off.Allsop was one of seven changes from the weekend’s defeat to Northampton, while Argyle made six of their own.McNulty opened the scoring in the third minute, slotting into the bottom corner after skipper Michael Doyle had stolen possession from Plymouth captain Curtis Nelson.The Scottish striker calmly placed the ball past an unmoved Luke McCormick for his 13th goal since joining on loan from Sheffield United in November.The lead lasted just six frantic minutes before Allsop had a howler to gift Matt a headed equaliser. Graham Carey’s diagonal cross was nodded back across the six-yard box by Gregg Wylde, Allsop flapped and Matt capitalised.Then came the biggest flashpoint of the evening as Matt appeared to bump heads with Doyle. No action was taken against the two players, but Portsmouth boss Paul Cook and Plymouth assistant Paul Wootton had to be separated.Referee Oliver Langford decided to send the pair to the stands, with Wootton already an unpopular man in the blue side of Hampshire having played for Southampton.Argyle went ahead for the first time in the 18th minute when Matt produced a spectacular volley which looped over the keeper.Forward Carey almost caught Allsop miles off his line with an audacious 35-yard effort but the strike drifted narrowly wide.Pompey had a sold out Fratton Park on its feet again when Roberts strode through and laid the ball off to McNulty, who dragged his strike just past the post.The hosts came even closer after 38 minutes as Ben Davies’ tackle-turned-shot fell to Kyle Bennett but the winger thrashed a shot against the left-hand upright.At the other end, Carey, a constant thorn in Pompey’s side, curled a free-kick into the side-netting.The hosts regained parity from the penalty spot after a full-pelt McNulty was hauled down by defender Peter Hartley.Roberts, who has been involved with either the play-offs or a promotion for the last seven years, stepped up and smashed the ball into the top-left corner.Livewire McNulty forced McCormick into a smart save when he got in behind, his fierce shot heading for the corner of the net.Davies nearly grabbed a late winner but could not beat the keeper at his near post, before Gareth Evans attempted an overhead kick of his own.The two sides will meet again on Sunday in the second leg for a place at Wembley.last_img read more