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Carl Frampton: Mexican pride caused rematch, a big mistake

Carl Frampton thinks Leo Santa Cruz’s Mexican pride prompted the immediate rematch, but the Belfast native believes he is making a huge mistake.

Frampton (32-0 14KO) defends his WBA ‘Super’ World featherweight title against Santa Cruz (32-1-1 18KO) on January 28 at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. 566 more words

Moon Of Liberty World Championship Boxing - Lara Vs Foreman

World Championship Boxing

WBA Super Welterweight Championship – Lara v Foreman

Cuban Lara retains the title with 4th Round KO

Cuban star Erislandy Lara made a fourth successful defence of his Super Welterweight title with a 4th round knockout of Israel’s Yuri Foreman in Florida. 130 more words


Saido Berahino: A Sad Story Of Wasted Development

Saido Berahino. What has happened? It seems like an age ago that he was being pursued by Spurs, touted to be a great Premier League and international goalscorer.Since that summer in 2015, Berahino’s career has stagnated, declined, almost rotted. 709 more words

Premier League

Prototype Boom Town Pops Up!

The township of Prototype (link at left) has quadrupled in size overnight as the SZYM plant reopened and other businesses rushed in to accommodate thousands of workers. 73 more words

Business Section

Felix Diaz wants Terence Crawford fight

Feliz Diaz is a clever southpaw with a solid amateur pedigree. He has only one defeat and nineteen wins. Diaz is determined to represent his country by obtaining his first world title for the Dominican Republic. 26 more words


ANWR Traffic Under Suspicion

Even at night the ANWR Channel is full of activity.

The ANWR Channel, considered by many to be one of the most underappreciated of continental links, has been indicated in a WIA report to the acting Waterbank government as a hotbed of illicit activity. 68 more words


Underrated XI: Premier League

The 2016/17 Premier League season is shaping up to be one of the most intense and memorable seasons ever. With arguably 6 teams still in the title race, and pretty much all of the bottom half of the League looking over their shoulder at the drop zone, combined with the addition of new managers such as Pep at City, Conte at Chelsea and Jose at United, this season has the potential to be the most scintillating one ever. 1,086 more words