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Daily Archives: July 25, 2017

Paul Daley, Lorenz Larkin to meet at Bellator 183

A welterweight matchup between skilled strikers Paul Daley and Lorenz Larkin has been added to Bellator 183 on Sept. 23 in San Jose. Bellator MMA officials announced the 170-pound bout on Tuesday. The televised Bellator 183 event takes place at SAP Center and airs on

Maguire scores stunning goal on his Preston debut

Sean Maguire got his Preston career off to a fine start when scoring a superb goal against Burnley in a pre-season friendly. Maguire, along with fellow former Cork City player Kevin O’Connor, came on a second-half substitutes. In the 65th minute, Maguire produced his moment

Nonito Donaire signs with Richard Schaefer’s Ringstar Sports

Former four-division world titleholder Nonito Donaire signed a multifight promotional contract with Richard Schaefer’s Ringstar Sports on Tuesday, Schaefer told ESPN. Donaire, the 2012 fighter of the year, has for years been one of boxing’s best smaller-weight fighters. He won world titles in four weight

Floyd Mayweather vs. the southpaw jinx

Nobody knows for sure who coined the boxing adage “southpaws should be drowned at birth,” but a good candidate would be George Chip, who lost the middleweight championship to left-handed Al McCoy in 1914. If things had gone according to plan, Chip would never have

Jordan Spieth celebrates with friends, family after Open win

Jordan Spieth’s return home to Dallas was met with an early morning champagne party and Instagram photo shoot at the airport. Jordan’s mom, Christine, posted a handful of photos of friends and family, and of course the Claret Jug, celebrating the win. It looks like

Joe Canning relishing return for Tipp clash

Galway captain David Burke insists that the inspirational Joe Canning will “definitely” return for the All-Ireland semi-final clash with Tipperary next month. The three-time All Star scored 10 points from dead balls as the Tribesmen coasted to a 0-29 to 1-17 Leinster Final victory over

Kenedy sent home by Chelsea over China slurs

Chelsea have sent defender Kenedy home from their pre-season tour following the outrage caused in China by his social media posts. The Brazilian will play no further part in the tour of Asia as the Premier League champions bid to ease the tension the incident

Donegal left it too long to bring in new players

As I was coming towards the end of my time with Tyrone, Mickey Harte was coming in for a bit of criticism for not bringing in new players and changing it up. My last game was an All-Ireland quarter-final against Dublin in 2011 when we