Daniel Cormier: It’s going to take a lot of strength from Khabib to ever return to UFC’s Octagon
Daniel Cormier says he fully expects Khabib Nurmagomedov to take the rest of 2020 off following the death of his father. Furthermore, "DC" says it’s going to take a lot of strength from Khabib to not decide to walk away from the fight game altogether.
Manager: Khabib gave Justin Gaethje green light to fight Conor McGregor, but chose to wait for title fight
Ali Abdelaziz, who manages both Khabib Nurmagomedov and Justin Gaethje, recently revealed that "The Eagle" gave "The Highlight" the green light to fight Conor McGregor if he opted not to wait for him to return following the passing of his father. Gaethje, though, opted to wait for his title fight.
UFC putting no pressure on Khabib to fight after father’s death
Originally expected to return at UFC 253 on September 19th, Khabib Nurmagomedov is now being given whatever time he needs before his next fight following his father’s passing due to COVID-19.
Nigeria’s Nneka Ede buys Lusitano — becomes first African woman to own European club
Nneka Ede, Nigeria's business entrepreneur, became the first African woman to own an European football club by buying Lusitano Ginasio Clube, Portuguese third division side.
More than 3,000 people showed up to watch Pat Miletich fight in an Iowa parking lot
Monte Cox’s "Clash of Legends" event on Saturday was just the third sanctioned combat sports event to go down with a crowd.
Years before players took a knee, Carlos Delgado learned how hard it can be to take a stand in MLB
Carlos Delgado has theories about why the sport of baseball is so fearful of the politics with which other games have come to wrestle. But he bucked them all.
Asanoyama, Hakuho cruise to easy victories on Day 2 of July Basho
Newly promoted ozeki Asanoyama and yokozuna Hakuho cemented their position as top contenders.
Nothing to Seibs here: Broncos say Anthony’s our man... but they’ll hold a review anyway
Anthony Seibold will be subjected to a review the Broncos board agreed after the club’s AGM took place on Tuesday.
Joseph Benavidez on submission loss to Figueiredo: ‘I’m not going out like that’
Joseph Benavidez reflects on his brutal submission loss to Deiveson Figueiredo at UFC Fight Night 172.
Darren Till responds to Mike Perry’s eye-poke threat: ‘He’s never going to fight me’
Darren Till has a big fight to prepare for, but that hasn’t stopped him from having fun at Mike Perry’s expense along the way.
Solskjaer ready to make tough decisions at Man Utd amid De Gea uncertainty
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he was ready to make tough decisions at Manchester United amid uncerta...
Chris Silverwood: 'Jofra Archer will be glad to be back involved'
England will likely pick three from Jofra Archer, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, Sam Curran and Chris Woakes.
France kicks off spectators' return to European football as PSG take on Le Havre
For the first time since the coronavirus shut down sports and chased away spectators, fans returned Sunday to elite European soccer, turning out in their thousands to see Paris Saint-Germain's supers…
Miguel Oliveira “excited” about returning to the tracks
Portuguese rider Miguel Oliveira (KTM) has said he is “excited” about returning to the tracks at the MotoGP World Championship, with the first race of the 2020 season taking place on 19 July at the Spanish circuit in Jerez de la Frontera.
Jon Rahm going places in hurry with his rise to world No. 1
Jon Rahm made his first trip to Muirfield Village in a dark suit and a royal blue tie, no golf clubs. He won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the nation’s top co
Deiveson Figueiredo wants to move up for Henry Cejudo or defend UFC flyweight title against Demetrious Johnson
After beating Joseph Benavidez for the UFC flyweight title, Deiveson Figueiredo has his sights set on two big-time fighters.
Dragan Skocic wants to do great things in Iran
Tehran Times – TEHRAN, Iran national football team head coach Dragan Skocic says that he wants to do great things in the team, since the Persians are not in good situation in their group. Skocic, who has been named as Iran coach in February, has a difficult task since the team need four wins to book a place in the next round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification. The Croat says that he puts in a lot of hard work to find the best way for the national team. “Since I’ve returned to Iran, I am attending the league competition to monitor the players. I will continue to watch the matches to see more players,” Skocic said. Iran sit third in Group C and should beat Cambodia, Hong Kong, Bahrain and Iraq to qualify for the next stage. “The situation is not good in our group but we are analyzing our performance to find the best way in the future. I want to do great things here and promise the fans the situation will be different from the past,” he added. “I expect more of myself and know that all Iranians expect to qualify…
Colleges expect athletes to work but not to air any grievances – here’s why that’s wrong
When college athletes practice or play, they're really performing work. But are they able to speak up when the work conditions threaten their health? And what happens when they do?
Rocket League is going free to play soon
Psyonix has announced that Rocket League will be going free to play this summer. If players have played the game before Rocket League goes free to play, they will receive a bunch of DLC content for free.
Dan Carter unlikely to run out for Blues this weekend
It appears Blues fans will have to wait another week for the chance to see Dan Carter run out in their colours. The Crusaders and All Blacks great...
You’re going to destroy him if it continues: Ambrose thinks Windies should rest out-of-form Hope
The West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman has struggled to even breach the 30-run mark in his four Test innings in England so far.
'I'm just happy to be back playing football' - Dublin star's uncertainty over Aussie Rules return
Sinéad Goldrick has been offered a second year at Melbourne – the question is whether she will go again.
'I think next year, we may see Henry involved' - Reid backs Shefflin for management return
TJ Reid on changes in Ballyhale, no concerns over return to hurling and reopening his business after the lockdown.
99 Reasons why Travis Dermott should just take his Qualifying Offer
Your ideas of term deals are actually bad for him and the team.
MLB players explain sudden choice to kneel for anthem: 'Simply put, things need to change'
There's been a shift in tone from MLB regarding the Black Lives Matter movement.
Darren Till reveals that there's "only one fight" he should have if he beats Robert Whittaker
Darren Till entered the Middleweight top 5 rankings after a big win over Kelvin Gastelum.
Ex-Wallaby says it would be 'crazy' not to welcome a Japanese team into revamped Super Rugby
An ex-Wallabies star says it would be crazy not to consider having a Japanese team in a revamped Australian Super Rugby competition.
James Anderson says Jofra Archer must decide if he can make third Test return
Archer is available for selection but endured racist abuse on social media after his COVID protocols breach.
James Anderson hopes Jofra Archer will be mentally ready for third Test
Archer missed England’s series-levelling win at Emirates Old Trafford.
Jonathan Kuminga's decision to enter G League 'pathway' program boosts pressure on NBA to get it right
No player is going to excel at the game’s highest level without accepting and comprehending what it means to compete.
Great to play IPL in UAE but lot of planning needs to be done: Kane Williamson
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Eric Garcia's return is something no one can veto
La fuga de canteranos del Barça está a la orden del día. Cada verano, llegan multitud de ofertas por los cracks de La Masia
We should not stop because the others will not sleep: Jurgen Klopp wants Liverpool to keep improving
The Reds clinched the title last month, but finally got their hands on the silverware after a 5-3 win over Chelsea on Wednesday.
NHL players eager to chase the Cup, but saying 'goodbye' to family isn't easy
Bo Horvat bid an emotional farewell to his wife and newborn son earlier this month.The captain of the Vancouver Canucks then got on a plane and headed west,
Bristol City fan column: New manager must be appointed quickly to help Robins find their way again
The view of our man watching from home as Bristol City finished the season in 12th place and now step up the recruitment of their new manager
Hoping to be another Sotto
FAR Eastern University-Diliman standout Cholo Anonuevo, hoping to follow the footsteps of Kai Sotto, arrived in the United States yesterday to train with sports and entertainment management company East West Private.
New Zealand Cricket willing to issue NOC but leave decision on joining IPL on players
Six New Zealand players are part of IPL team squads and three former cricketers are part of the support staff.
Wayde van Niekerk wants to make more history after two-year nightmare
Van Niekerk, also a two-time world champion, damaged knee ligaments in October 2017 while playing in a celebrity touch rugby match that preceded a South Africa-New Zealand rugby Test in Cape Town.
RAB DOUGLAS: No one wants to take pay cut but Dundee players are showing they are in this together
It shows that everyone at Dundee is in this together.
Thiago has reportedly said goodbye, even to the referees!
'Kicker' has published that the Spanish international has told his teammates he will leave after the Champions League despite having one year left on his contract. Liverpool are waiting to receive him with open arms.
Falcao, willing to change his contract in order to stay in Turkey
Falcao is reportedly willing to change the financial conditions of his contract in order to guarantee his future at Galatasaray for another season.
Arteta wishes Emery well at Villarreal as he faces up to Arsenal rebuild
Mikel Arteta congratulated Unai Emery on his appointment as Villarreal boss, while acknowledging his...
NHL players eager to chase the Cup, but saying 'goodbye' to family isn't easy
Once inside the NHL's secure bubbles, players will be locked down and segregated from the general public in hopes of keeping COVID-19 at bay.
MotoGP, Puig: "Marquez will get back on the Honda on Saturday and then decide whether to race"
MotoGP: "It wouldn't make any sense to try tomorrow. Honda respects Marc's wishes and we never forced him or Crutchlow to come back"
Carla Esparza won’t fault anyone asking for more money, but believes fighters should also be ‘grateful’ to UFC
Carla Esparza sympathizes with fighters who are asking the UFC for more money. But she also believes athletes should be more "grateful" to earn a paycheck during a global pandemic.
Expression of no interest: Australia to rebuff New Zealand competition invitation
New Zealand wanted to have its new competition signed and sealed by the end of next month but Australia has other ideas.
Editorial: Nevada decision to not disclose fighter pay is a blessing for UFC
Nevada no longer disclosing fighter pay hurts fighters in a major way
Irish clubs to take a knee in support of Black Lives Matter
The PFAI confirmed the news in a statement ahead of the season’s resumption.
Texas Rangers can't allow fans yet, but they made a special exception for Sam Hilliard's family
ARLINGTON, Texas — Colorado Rockies rookie outfielder Sam Hilliard grew up going to Texas Rangers games as a kid with his dad, who two years ago was diagnosed with ALS. His dad, Jim, is now getting to watch his son as a big leaguer in their hometown team's new stadium that otherwise is closed to fans because of the coronavirus pandemic. "It's amazing that he can be here, especially the fact he's in Texas," Sam Hilliard said before Tuesday's game. "It's going to be something else to look up there and see him. ... Hopefully I'll get to interact a little bit with him after the game or something, get to see him. I haven't seen him in a while. It's going to be really cool and something to really cherish.
Rangers star Morelos says he HASN’T had any serious offers to leave Ibrox
RANGERS star Alfredo Morelos has revealed he HASN’T had any serious offers to leave Ibrox this summer. French side Lille are keeping tabs on the Light Blues striker are reportedly prepared to…
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