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Samoa versus Tonga breathing life into the international scene, Hull demolishing Saints and Sam Burgess feature in Set of Six. Cheap Air Max 90 Sale . Test RugbyA mixed bag of international rugby was served up over the weekend as Australia and New Zealand clashed in Newcastle while Samoa and Tonga met at Sydneys Pirtek Stadium. Unfortunately, Australia versus New Zealand did not quite live up to expectations as the Aussies ran out 16-0 winners over their depleted opponents. It was the Kangaroos first win over the Kiwis in two years, but they still came under criticism for their performance. Former Origin coach Phil Gould slammed the performance, saying the squad needs a complete overhaul in order to compete at the 2017 World Cup. Darius Boyd powers over for an Australia try Restoring our faith in the international game was Samoas 18-6 win over Tonga in a cracking contest. It was great to see Hull duo Frank Pritchard and Sika Manu travel to Australia to skipper Samoa and Tonga respectively. In a bruising encounter, both sides showed their passion and commitment to play for their country and rugby league was the real winner on the day.Unique insight Sky Sports gained unique access to a rugby league half-time team talk as John Kear delivered his message to his Batley Bulldogs Batley Bulldogs coach John Kear gave Sky Sports unprecedented access during their Challenge Cup tie with Catalans Dragons.The Batley boss wore a microphone during the sixth round match at the Foxs Biscuits Stadium where the Championship part-timers produced a battling performance but had no answer to the Catalans power in a 40-4 defeat.Kears half-time team-talk was particularly insightful - click on the video above to see how he handles their expectations...Class from Hull Hull FC coach Lee Radford says there is more to come from his side There were no giant slayers over the weekend with the biggest shock being Hull knocking over St Helens.Hull were at their attacking best as they ran in eight tries during their 47-18 win over Saints, and coach Lee Radford says the performance is just the beginning.Because of the importance of the fixture it was our best performance of the season but there is still more to come for us and we had three big players missing, said Radford. We had some exceptional performances but it was a great team display and we never looked in any trouble. The enthusiasm and energy we carried the football with was really pleasing.Things can happen for this team because there are some outstanding individuals within this group.Next up for Hull is a return to Super League action when they travel to the DW Stadium to face Wigan on Friday, live on Sky Sports 3.Return of Tomkins? Will Tomkins be back for Wigan on Friday? Talking of Wigan, Sam Tomkins is set to make his long awaited return to Super League. Tomkins re-joined his hometown club but has yet to play this season, having sustained a knee ligament injury while playing for New Zealand Warriors last year.Wigans 54-4 win over Dewsbury in the Challenge Cup would have boosted their confidence ahead of Fridays clash. The Warriors, currently fourth on the Super league table, were beaten 40-10 by Warrington in their last Super League outing but the defeat did not worry coach Shaun Wane too much.Speaking after the defeat to Warrington, Wane said: Lets be real about it, weve got some good players not playing at the moment.The players that are taking to the field have played a lot of games and Im proud of their effort. As a club were in a good place, you look at who is in that dressing room at the end that arent playing and well be okay.Rhinos call to armsLeeds chief executive Gary Hetherington issued a rallying cry after the Rhinos 36-22 defeat to Huddersfield. Hetheringtons letter to the fans claimed that the future is bright and urged the fans not to panic.Unless you are a very long-standing fan, this experience is something new to us all as we find ourselves in a tough position and one that is in complete contrast to this time last year, Hetherington wrote.As I am sure you know, this is what can happen in professional team sport and most clubs in this situation would be in crisis with low morale, a blame culture and a frenzy to make wholesale changes throughout the organisation. But thats not the case here!I find myself surrounded not by pessimists but by an incredibly energised and positive group of players, coaches and staff who are all working incredibly hard to achieve new and different goals. Our first and most immediate goal is to climb the Super League table and then make the top eight by round 23.I genuinely believe we can all look to some exciting times ahead, he added. We have a vision for the club and a set of values which underpin all we do.Burgess forced to apologise Sam Burgess in action for the South Sydney Rabbitohs Sam Burgess came under fire for filming his wife singing whilst driving. The Rabbitohs star drew plenty of criticism on social media after posting a clip of his wife Phoebe belting out a rendition of Cold Chisels classic song Khe Sanh while he was behind the wheel.Its unacceptable. I made a mistake and obviously Ill pay the fine and get the points, said Burgess.Its a mistake and something Ill learn from, and hopefully people can learn from. But Ill move on from it now and look forward to the game this weekend. The good news is that Burgess said he will be fit for the Rabbitohs clash with Parramatta on Friday, despite injuring his ankle in their defeat to the Wests Tigers last time out. Also See: WATCH: Top 5 Super League tries Tomkins set to face Hull Hull hammer sluggish Saints Follow @SkySportsRL Buy Air Max 90 Canada . The team said Saturday that Lopez was hurt during its 121-120 overtime loss at Philadelphia on Friday. The Nets said they would issue another update next week after consultation with their doctors. Air Max 90 Canada . The Redskins announced Monday that the quarterback who led the team to the Super Bowl championship in the 1987 season will serve as a personnel executive. http://www.airmax90canada.ca/ . - NASCAR announced a 33-race schedule for the 2014 Nationwide Series with virtually no changes from this years slate.TORONTO – The wound was far from healed, the sting of a devastating collapse in Game 7 still painful for Randy Carlyle and the Maple Leafs. “The feeling is frustration,” said Carlyle, upon the dismissal of his hockey club on Thursday morning, “at times you feel you were hit between the eyes with a hammer.” “You go to dinner and people are congratulating you,” he continued, “but [then they ask] what happened? And I dont have an answer. I dont have an answer for it, I wish I did.” Had they not collapsed in the final moments of regulation at the TD Garden on Monday evening before falling in overtime, the Leafs would have been hosting the opening game of a second round series with the New York Rangers. Instead, they were left to contemplate how a three-goal lead could disintegrate in such horrifying fashion. “We play that game 100 times, I dont think it happens again,” Dave Nonis, the Leafs general manager stated. “We have to find a way of flushing that memory out of our system [though] because if we dwell on that for the next three months were not going to be prepared for October.” In final exit meetings on Thursday morning, Carlyle and the Toronto coaching staff delivered a similar message, a need to absorb the sting of heart-wrenching reality before moving forward and beyond the late-game failure. “The only thing that I said to them is I said that itll take some time,” Carlyle relayed of his conversations with the group. “Time will heal this, but we can never forget it. And thats one of the things that we will and Im sure [the media] will be bringing this up on a regular basis when we start next year. How can you ignore it? You cant. Its the reality.” James Reimer relived the experience just a day after. “It was tough to watch,” he said of the carnage, which saw the Bruins score twice in the final two minutes before Patrice Bergeron sealed the series with his second of the game in overtime. “The way we lost definitely eats at you quite a bit,” added James van Riemsdyk, who led the team with seven points in the playoffs. Bitter disappointment of the defeat aside, the Leafs nonetheless managed to have an improbably successful season, reaching the post-season for the first time in nine years. Additionally, they were able to align and confirm various building blocks of the organization: Cody Franson emerged as capable two-way defender; Nazem Kadri demonstrated his worth as an NHL regular; James Reimer proved himself a capable starter; Phil Kessel solidified his status as a bona-fide star; van Riemsdyk offered prominent flashes of power forward potential. Despite their finish as the unlikely fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, however, Nonis and the Leafs management team are unlikely to buy into the notion that their roster is just a piece or two away from regular contending status. While he would not outline specific off-season needs, other than to say upgrades across the roster would be desired, the Leafs roster would certainly stand to benefit from aid on defence, specifically an established presence in the top-four, some added stability and size on the wing – David Clarkson perhaps? –  and further clarity down the middle with uncertainty surrounding the likes of Tyler Bozak and perhaps Mikhail Grabovski, who struggled mightily (until the post-season) under Carlyle. “We need to get better,” Nonis said. “We need to add more pieces. Weve taken some significant steps but were not there. Were not playing tonight. And I think theres a lot of good things that happened. Randy, myself, our staff, we feel the same way about how our team needs to play and the pieces that we need to acquire or develop and were going to go about our jobs to try and do that.” Unlike his predecessor, Brian Burke, who made July 1 an annual day for vigorous pursuit of improvement, Nonis didnt anticipate the free agent route as a prominent source for upgrades. “Great players and good players arent readily available in free agency,” he said. “So were going to have to either develop those players, and be patient with the guys we have coming, or were going to have to try to add pieces. But if theres nothing available to us, are we content with bringing a similar group back? No question. These guys have worked hard and theyve done a good job. But were going to look to improve our franchise if we can.” A number of questions need answering. BOZAK & CENTRE STRENGTH Will the price-tag for the 27-year-old prove too high? While he capably assumed the array of responsibilities the position entails, Tyler Bozaks true value likely will not align with what he may be able to fetch on the free agent marketplace. “If theres a contract that makes sense for us and makes sense for Tyler then well sign him,” Nonis declared. “I believe, I always have believed, that if a player wants to stay with your team, you find a way to make it happen if you want to have him as well … But the cap is going down. How we allocate our dollars is going to be very important if were going to remain competitive.” The obvious question if Bozak departs is where the Leafs go to replace those minutes and production. Nazem Kadri emerged in the first three months of the regular season, but tailed off down the stretch and may not be ready or suited to assume such a hefty load as Torontos top centre. Mikhail Grabovski is a different type of question mark. The 29-year-old endured the worst season of his career before re-emerging in the post-season. Predicting his contributions is a difficult task at this point. Beyond Grabovski, further opportunity for Kadri, and perhaps an NHL job for Joe Colborne in a lesser capacity, options on the free agent market are thin, topped by Derek Roy (age 30) and Mike Ribeiro (33), each of whom is likely to out-price Bozak. Formerly of the University of Denver, the choice may just come down to Bozak and the inherent question of whether extra dollars elsewhere outweigh the comforts and security of what hes established in Toronto, that is a considerable role alongside a premium talent and good friend in Phil Kessel. “I think that stuff weighs in a lot,” he said Thursdayy, a torn triceps ending his season prematurely after Game 5 against the Bruins. Cheap Air Max 90 Canada. “I think whenever youre comfortable somewhere it means a lot. I have the ability to play with really good players here that I think I connect well with on and off the ice. I have trust with the coaching staff which is huge. If you go somewhere else you never know what theyre going to think of you when you get there or how much youre going to play or whats going to happen, it means a lot.”   GOALTENDING James Reimer finished the regular season amongst the top-10 in save percentage, helping his team swipe Games 5 and 6 against the Bruins in the post-season. But has he demonstrated enough, notably in a 48-game season, to fully clarify the Leafs goaltending situation moving forward into next season? “At this point, Id say hell be back as No. 1,” said Nonis of the 25-year-old, who managed a .924 save mark in 2013, the highest ever for a Toronto goaltender in a single season. “He did a very good job for us. I think his mental makeup and mental strength is something that was a question last year and I think its clear that a lot of his issues a year ago were based upon his health. When we needed quality goaltending, for the most part… James was very good. I dont think anybody can point to goaltending as an issue with our team.” It was only in early April, however, that Nonis and the Leafs delegation sought Miikka Kiprusoff as a veteran security blanket for Reimer. Whether theyll pursue a similar course, or even an upgrade, this summer will be worth monitoring. Ben Scrivens remains under contract for one more season with potential veteran backups including Evgeni Nabakov (age 37), Niklas Backstrom (35), Nikolai Khabibulin (40), Ray Emery (30), and Jose Theodore (36). INTERNAL FREE AGENTS The Leafs project to have upwards of $19 million in cap space available this summer with the cap itself trimming down to $64 million next season. “We are in fairly good position cap wise," Nonis noted. "We have some players we have to re-sign, so thats going to eat into that cap space a little bit. But were not in a position where we have to shed money, which some teams clearly are." Outside of the potential Bozak quandary, Nazem Kadri could prove the most challenging of the internal free agent lot for the Leafs. A restricted free agent, the 22-year-old emerged with 18 goals and 44 points in his first bit of sustained NHL action, a considerable increase in value for a player whose future with the organization prior to the season seemed wholly in doubt. Assigning worth for his second contract may be a challenge though considering the uniqueness of his late rise and lack of true comparables. Helping to tame his worth perhaps was a late slowdown, just one goal and five points in April. Also due to be signed in the restricted class are Cody Franson, Carl Gunnarsson, Mark Fraser, Frazer McLaren and Leo Komarov. Franson ($1.2 million this season) and Gunnarsson ($1.35) will, in particular, be due considerable raises. Mike Kostka, Colton Orr, and Clarke MacArthur figure among the less certain unrestricted commodities, though Kostka and Orr especially, figure to return at the right price. MacArthur would seem less certain. Though he had a resurgent playoff, the 28-year-old endured an inconsistent regular season and would seemingly require a pay cut from the $3.25 million hit he garnered in 2013 to return next season. KESSEL & PHANEUF The questions of their future with the organization were far more pertinent prior to the 2013 campaign than they are presently. Both Dion Phaneuf and Phil Kessel have a year left on their respective contracts, but after successful campaigns for each, Kessel especially, the debate on their status as fundamental pieces of the roster moving forward seems less pertinent. Quite simply, the matter is not urgent. If Nonis and his team – Claude Loiselle specifically – can find an agreeable number and term with one or both parties, then they are likely to move in that direction. If not, the matter can be resolved and further debated in the summer of 2014. UPGRADES ON DEFENCE The Leafs figure to be set with at least five certain options on their back-end for next season – Dion Phaneuf, Carl Gunnarsson, Cody Franson, Jake Gardiner and Mark Fraser – provided none are moved via trade. In question for Nonis is whether an option to improve in the top-four is available, specifically a player who can step in and provide difficult minutes on either a first or second pair. Franson and Fraser were forced into such duty out of necessity in 2013, but had by far their best success as a third pair and are probably better suited in that role together moving forward. If Phaneuf and Gunnarsson remain as the top duo, no certainty if the right option can be had, then perhaps the course for Nonis would be to find a defender to play alongside Gardiner on a potential second pairing. The top-6 would look as such: Carl Gunnarsson-Dion Phaneuf Jake Gardiner-[defender] Mark Fraser-Cody Franson Or if a suitable defender cant be had – the free agent market is thin with Andrew Ference, Rob Scuderi and Ron Hainsey among the top options  – the Leafs could bump Franson up alongside Gardiner, thus in need of a depth player or players for their third pair. Internally, Korbinian Holzer and Jesse Blacker may be candidates to move up. And while a full season with Dallas Eakins in the American League may be the proper course, there is also every chance Morgan Rielly challenges for a job in the fall of 2014. Of additional intrigue will be the futures of Mike Komisarek and John-Michael Liles. A Toronto Marlie in the final months of the season, Komisarek is an almost certain compliance buyout, Liles status more up in the air. The 32-year-old has three years remaining at a cap hit of $3.8 million, the steady veteran bouncing in and out of the lineup this season, not exactly an ideal fit under Carlyles brute style. A trade seems the likeliest of scenarios for Liles, though the dollar figures and term (especially with the cap falling in 2014) may make that a difficult pursuit. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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Where most AFL pundits see a premiership contender, Adelaide coach Don Pyke sees faults. Cheap Soccer Jerseys Authentic .The Crows have risen to third spot and are on an eye-catching seven-game winning streak but Pyke sees some trends in his side which need addressing.Im not going to go into detail about what they are. But theres some things there that dont really worry us, but things we want to keep improving, Pyke told reporters on Wednesday.Were in a high intensity, really full-on competition, and we cant be self-satisfied at all. We have got to keep looking for ways to get better.We are not sitting here being satisfied with what we have achieved. We recognise we have had some good wins, we have put ourselves in a good spot.But the game changes really quickly so we cant sit back and overly reflect.Pykes Crows host Collingwood on Saturday and again will be without half-back Luke Brown, sidelined by a groin injury for a second week.Brown is one of few injury concerns at Adelaide, who have used a league-low 27 players this season.And while the Crows are certain finalists, Pyke said he wont tinker with his side for the remainder of the season.We will select according to form, were not going to try and be too cute, he said.Continuity is always important - continuity not only in playing but in training.Credit goes to (fitness coach) Brett Burton and our high performance team ... we have had some fortune along the way, you dont end up with less injuries without having some good fortune.But credit to those guys for the program they have put in place. China Soccer Jerseys . -- When the Florida Panthers fell behind by two goals in the first period to the top team in the NHL, it appeared they were on their way to yet another loss. Stitched Soccer Jerseys . LOUIS -- Roman Polak was celebrating even before Alexander Steen scored the winning goal in Saturdays 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. http://www.cheapsoccerjerseysbywholesale.com/ . -- The Portland Timbers and Real Salt Lake played to a 0-0 tie Saturday night that left the top of the Western Conference standings unchanged. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State coach Kevin McGuff said his team accomplished what it set out to do Saturday in a blowout win over less-talented NIU Brooklyn: The Buckeyes improved.Sierra Calhoun scored 22 points and Kelsey Mitchell added 21 as No. 7 Ohio State routed the Northeast Conference team 113-54.Obviously, today was going to be more about us, and how we handled this game and this situation, McGuff said. Because were really trying to focus on ourselves and getting better, and we did that. If we were going make it about the score or something like that, then we were going to get distracted and caught up in some things that we shouldnt be doing.The more aggressive Buckeyes had 18 steals and with a size advantage inside, outrebounded the Blackbirds 56 to 30.Makayla Waterman added 15 points and nine rebounds for Ohio State, and Kiara Lewis had 12 points. Tori McCoy had nine points and 12 rebounds.I think we played good as a team, Calhoun said. I felt like the ball was moving a lot more than it normally does. I feel like were getting better as a team gradually as the games go on.Drew Winter led LIU Brooklyn with 12 points, and Brianna Farris Drew had 10. The Blackbirds are winless in their first three starts.Mitchell, an All-American and arguably the Big Tens best player, was her usual hot-shooting self, going 8 for 11 from the floor, hitting four 3-pointers and dishing five assists.With a front-court size advantage of a couple inches, Ohio State (3-1) dominated under the basket, logging 62 points in the paint compared with zero by the Blackbirds. Ohio State shot 50.4 percent from the floor, while LIU Brooklyn made just 31.5 percent of its shots.Ohio States 11-0 run to begin the game set the tone. The Buckeyes led 32-8 after the first period on the strengthh of Duke transfer Calhouns 5 for 5 shooting from beyond the arc. Wholesale Adidas Soccer Jerseys. . The Blackbirds played better in the second period but still trailed 59-20 at the half. Ohio State led by 53 after three quarters.My team did a great job of finding me after they saw I was hitting all those 3s, Calhoun said. Once that first shot goes in your confidence goes up, and I just kept shooting.LIU Brooklyn coach Stephanie Oliver said there were bright spots for her team.It prepared us for our conference, she said. Look, we can score 54 points on a good basketball team. Our out-of-bounds plays work, our offense works. If we can execute against them and get better against them, its really going to help us down the line.BIG PICTURELIU Brooklyn: After their third straight loss by double-digits to open the season, the Blackbirds have much room for improvement.Ohio State: The Buckeyes lighter preconference schedule continues, giving them a chance to work out the bugs before the tougher games begin. They did what they were supposed to do against a less-talented team.Playing teams like this helps us out executing plays, doing the little things, making nice passes, posting up well, McCoy said. It was a learning experience for all of us.INJURY REPORTOhio State forward Stephanie Mavunga got the day off because of what McGuff described as general soreness.POLL IMPLICATIONSOhio State likely will stay put at or around No. 7.UP NEXTLIU Brooklyn: Plays University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Friday night at the TD Bank Classic in Burlington, Vermont.Ohio State: Travels to Fort Myers to play Florida Gulf Coast.---Follow Mitch Stacy at http://twitter.com/mitchstacy cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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England XI 313 for 6 (Buttler 80*, Moeen 70) beat BCB Select XI 309 for 9 (Keyes 121, Mushfiqur 51, Woakes 3-52) by four wicketsScorecardEnglands bowlers and middle-order were given a thorough test but they came out of the Fatullah practice match with a four-wicket win and their confidence boosted. Cheap Air Max Wholesale .Imrul Kayes hundred kept them in the back-foot but they fought back in the slog overs. Later when they slipped to 170 for 5 chasing 310, the stand-in ODI captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali pulped a challenging target as they won with 22 balls to spare. They added 139 runs for the sixth wicket in just 16.5 overs.England started off the chase as they should have, going after the home bowlers. Jason Roy struck couple of sixes, over midwicket and mid-on, and two more fours in his 22-ball 28. James Vince was also going well but in the ninth over, Roy fell to the rookie paceman Ebadat Hossain in the deep leg-side field where Kamrul Islam Rabbi took the catch.Vince fell two short of a fifty after he was caught behind off Ebadat in the 13th over. His 39-ball stay had eight fours and while the innings wasnt long enough, it seems enough to suggest that England may as well go for the Roy-Vince opening partnership.Jonny Bairstow and Ben Duckett kept the run-rate almost intact but in the 19th over, Bairstow was caught behind off Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 11. Duckett who took a bit of time to get settled under the fading light, struck three fours in his 37-ball 29 before Shuvagata Hom bowled him in the 24th over. Things got a little nervy for the visitors exactly five overs later when Ben Stokes fell to Al-Amin Hossain for 28, having struck three fours and a six in 40 balls.From 170 for 5 however, new captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali mounted a counter-attack that would put them in good stead for the first ODI, especially if they are chasing under lights.By the 35th over, the pair had settled down with some boundaries and maintained the required run-rate. Five overs later, they accelerated further as they made it to 251 for 5, needing 59 runs in the last ten overs. Moeen fell when England needed just one run, after making 70 off 51 balls with eight fours and two sixes. Buttler was unbeaten on 76 off 63 balls with two fours and four sixes.When the home side batted first, Imrul wasted no time in setting his innings in motion, blazing the first ball of the innings, bowled by Chris Woakes, for a cover-driven boundary. There was no let-up whenever he got strike but at the other end, Soumya Sarkar struggled to get the ball off the square. He fell in the fifth over, beaten by Woakes pace and, judging by his slight crouch, a bit of uneven bounce. By that time Imrul had sped to 26.Imrul was excellent on the off-side whenever the English bowlers were too full or slightly short. He blasted sixes over midwicket off the front foot, and was severe on the spinners, particularly Adil Rashid. With Nazmul Hossain Shanto, he added 85 runs for the second wicket in 15.5 overs. Nazmul struck four boundaries in his 46-ball 36, at times matching Imrul shot for shot.Imrul reached the mark in the 27th over and hardly showed any let up, hammering his fifth and sixth sixes in the David Willey over in which he was finally bowled, leaving 21 overs remaining. His 121 came off 91 balls and included eleven fours and the six sixes. Imrul had added 71 runs for the third wicket with Mushfiqur in just eight overs.Mushfiqur too showed that he could middle the ball, adding another 69 runs for the fourth wicket with Nasir Hossain. During this partnership, Mushfiqur reached his first 50-plus score since June this year. He soon fell to Stokes in the 41st over, bowled for a 57-ball 51 that had five fours.Despite their brilliance for 40 overs, the BCB XI made only 49 runs in the last ten overs, losing five wickets. Englands bowlers, hitherto struggling to find their bearing in the heat, came back strongly. Woakes finished with three wickets while Stokes and Willey picked up two wickets each. Between the two England spinners, Rashid and Moeen, there was only one wicket giving away 117 runs in 17 overs. 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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Deontay Wilder was ready, willing and able to defend his heavyweight world title in a mandatory fight against Alexander Povetkin in one of the divisions most anticipated fights on May 21 in Moscow.In fact, Wilder was taking the overseas assignment against easily his most dangerous opponent so seriously that he was spending the final few weeks of his training camp in Sheffield, England, in an effort to minimize the effect of the time change.Wilder, set to make a career-high purse of $4.5 million, was rearing to go. But nine days before the fight, the results of an April 27 random urine test came to light in which Povetkin tested positive for the banned substance meldonium.The fight was called off (meaning no big payday), and a dejected Wilder and his team flew home to Alabama.Not wanting to let a hard training camp go to waste, Wilder vowed to fight as quickly as possible. Thanks to the WBCs granting him permission to stage an optional defense while it figured out what to do with Povetkins mandatory status, his team quickly arranged a fight.That has led Wilder a long way from Moscow and back to the comfy confines of home as he prepares to make his fourth title defense against Chris Arreola, who will be getting his third crack at a world title, in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Saturday (Fox, 8 p.m. ET) at Legacy Arena here in Birmingham, Ala.In the 10-round welterweight co-feature, Sammy Vasquez (21-0, 15 KOs), 30, of Monessen, Penn., will face 32-year-old fellow southpaw Felix Diaz (17-1, 8 KOs), a 2008 Dominican Olympic gold medalist. In another televised bout, blue-chip junior middleweight prospect Erickson Lubin (15-0, 11 KOs), 20, of Orlando, Florida, will face Mexicos Ivan Montero (20-1, 8 KOs).The 30-year-old Wilder (36-0, 35 KOs), who will earn $1.5 million for the fight, took a brief break after the Povetkin fight was canceled and said he simply cannot wait to get inside the ring to inflict damage on Arreola, 35, of Riverside, Calif., who is bidding to become the first fighter of Mexican descent to win a heavyweight title.Ive wanted to hit somebody since May, Wilder, from nearby Tuscaloosa, said at Thursdays final news conference. I got teased but now its time. And I get to do it at home. Theres no better place to do it.Some have been critical of the selection of Arreola, whose purse is $150,000, as the opponent because he has done nothing in recent years to warrant this opportunity. Hes 2-2-1 with a no decision in his last six fights and has not looked good, including in a controversial win over Travis Kauffman in December -- a result changed to a no decision because Arreola tested positive for a banned substance, marijuana.But Arreola (36-4-1, 31 KOs), who got knocked out in two previous world title fights by Vitali Klitschko in 2009 and Bermane Stiverne in 2014, is known for his brawling, crowd-pleasing style, and even though he is a big-time underdog, he figures to make the fight entertaining while it lasts. Wilder has vigorously defended Arreolas selection.We had a few guys that we could have chosen, but there were certain guys we didnt want to give a short-notice opportunity, Wilder said. We needed a certain type of fighter for this job. We need someone who will fight with their heart and take this opportunity and make the most of it. Does he deserve the title shot? No he doesnt. He knows it. But is Chris Arreola the perfect guy for this fight? Of course he is.Chris is lucky to get a third chance at a title. Theres a lot of prospects who would love to fight him just to get a chance to fight for this belt. We needed a special person for this situation and I blessed Chris Arreola with the opportunity. Its time to fight. Hes The Nightmare and Im a knockout artist. What makes me special is the way I knock people out. Go look at the people Ive knocked out and see what Ive given them. You know the words at the end of the night will be And still, heavyweight champion of the world.Arreeola did not get the fight on merit; he got it through his connection to adviser and PBC creator Al Haymon, who also works with Wilder. Cheap Air Max For Sale. Arreola has been dismissed by most as having little chance to win, which is fine with him.See, nobody is talking about me. Nobody is saying anything about me, Arreola said. So there is nothing for me to look at. Everyones focus is on Deontay Wilder, on him and his situation with Povetkin and about Deontay already talking about fighting [titleholder Anthony] Joshua or [world champion Tyson] Fury.My job is to work on [Saturday]. My job is to try to shock the world. I dont care what anybody says. They dont live my life. They dont even throw punches. They probably never got punched in their life.As for Wilder, he comes off as extremely confident, as usual, but there are outside-the-ring issues that could be distractions.After the Povetkin fight was canceled, Wilder and promoter Lou DiBella sued Povetkin and Russian promoter Andrey Ryabinskys World of Boxing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for breach of contract and at least $5 million in damages related to the cancellation of the bout.Ten days later, Ryabinsky countersued them in the same court for breach of contract and defamation, claiming they unilaterally canceled the fight before the WBC, whose belt Wilder holds, decided what to do. He also claimed Wilder began a smear campaign against himself and Povetkin, who recently met with WBC officials to give his side of the story. Ryabinsky is seeking at least $34.5 million.Wilder said that although he is following the lawsuits and the fallout from the canceled fight, his focus on Arreola has not wavered.I havent been on a close watch of it, Wilder said. Ive definitely been following it. Its ridiculous, if you ask me. Ive got served papers and everything. Im not letting it knock me off my game, my focus. Its just part of life, you know what I mean? Ive been through worse situations in life. Its just a bad storm -- another storm that I have to weather in my life.My skin is tough. Thats in all aspects of life, no matter what. Im very focused. Im always focused. When youre in the hurt business, you have no choice but to stay focused on the test that lies at hand because if youre not focused, you can get knocked out. No one wants to feel what it feels like to be knocked out, wake up in the hospital, dont know what happened. You never want to be that guy that didnt even know the end of the round has ended because youre dazed or youre unconscious.The lawsuits will take time and cost money, and Wilder is likely to soon meet with the WBC to give his take on the canceled fight. He might have to fight Povetkin next depending on what the WBC decides. But, of course, if Wilder does not beat Arreola, the WBCs decision wont make a difference to him.First off, right now its me and Chris Arreola, Wilder said. All the other legal stuff, that can take a hold until after. This is whats next right now. This is what Im focused on. Im not really focused on the legal side of everything. I got a great team. I trust in my team. Im just sitting and waiting for that moment where Povetkin will have his day as well.Said DiBella: We have lawyers, obviously, as do Povetkins people. Were having conversations right now with the WBC about an opportunity literally to be able to do the same thing Povetkins people did. But thats not for Deontay to be worried about right now.There is a fight on [Saturday]. Thats where everyones attention is. The rest of that stuff is going to take care of itself. But, frankly, we respect [the WBCs] process and we want to get our points across. But this is ultimately going to be decided in the U.S. courts. So this is a legal matter. Its nothing that the fighters are worried about right now. Were totally focused on the big event on [Saturday]. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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England XI 313 for 6 (Buttler 80*, Moeen 70) beat BCB Select XI 309 for 9 (Keyes 121, Mushfiqur 51, Woakes 3-52) by four wicketsScorecardEnglands bowlers and middle-order were given a thorough test but they came out of the Fatullah practice match with a four-wicket win and their confidence boosted. Cheap Air Max Wholesale .Imrul Kayes hundred kept them in the back-foot but they fought back in the slog overs. Later when they slipped to 170 for 5 chasing 310, the stand-in ODI captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali pulped a challenging target as they won with 22 balls to spare. They added 139 runs for the sixth wicket in just 16.5 overs.England started off the chase as they should have, going after the home bowlers. Jason Roy struck couple of sixes, over midwicket and mid-on, and two more fours in his 22-ball 28. James Vince was also going well but in the ninth over, Roy fell to the rookie paceman Ebadat Hossain in the deep leg-side field where Kamrul Islam Rabbi took the catch.Vince fell two short of a fifty after he was caught behind off Ebadat in the 13th over. His 39-ball stay had eight fours and while the innings wasnt long enough, it seems enough to suggest that England may as well go for the Roy-Vince opening partnership.Jonny Bairstow and Ben Duckett kept the run-rate almost intact but in the 19th over, Bairstow was caught behind off Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 11. Duckett who took a bit of time to get settled under the fading light, struck three fours in his 37-ball 29 before Shuvagata Hom bowled him in the 24th over. Things got a little nervy for the visitors exactly five overs later when Ben Stokes fell to Al-Amin Hossain for 28, having struck three fours and a six in 40 balls.From 170 for 5 however, new captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali mounted a counter-attack that would put them in good stead for the first ODI, especially if they are chasing under lights.By the 35th over, the pair had settled down with some boundaries and maintained the required run-rate. Five overs later, they accelerated further as they made it to 251 for 5, needing 59 runs in the last ten overs. Moeen fell when England needed just one run, after making 70 off 51 balls with eight fours and two sixes. Buttler was unbeaten on 76 off 63 balls with two fours and four sixes.When the home side batted first, Imrul wasted no time in setting his innings in motion, blazing the first ball of the innings, bowled by Chris Woakes, for a cover-driven boundary. There was no let-up whenever he got strike but at the other end, Soumya Sarkar struggled to get the ball off the square. He fell in the fifth over, beaten by Woakes pace and, judging by his slight crouch, a bit of uneven bounce. By that time Imrul had sped to 26.Imrul was excellent on the off-side whenever the English bowlers were too full or slightly short. He blasted sixes over midwicket off the front foot, and was severe on the spinners, particularly Adil Rashid. With Nazmul Hossain Shanto, he added 85 runs for the second wicket in 15.5 overs. Nazmul struck four boundaries in his 46-ball 36, at times matching Imrul shot for shot.Imrul reached the mark in the 27th over and hardly showed any let up, hammering his fifth and sixth sixes in the David Willey over in which he was finally bowled, leaving 21 overs remaining. His 121 came off 91 balls and included eleven fours and the six sixes. Imrul had added 71 runs for the third wicket with Mushfiqur in just eight overs.Mushfiqur too showed that he could middle the ball, adding another 69 runs for the fourth wicket with Nasir Hossain. During this partnership, Mushfiqur reached his first 50-plus score since June this year. He soon fell to Stokes in the 41st over, bowled for a 57-ball 51 that had five fours.Despite their brilliance for 40 overs, the BCB XI made only 49 runs in the last ten overs, losing five wickets. Englands bowlers, hitherto struggling to find their bearing in the heat, came back strongly. Woakes finished with three wickets while Stokes and Willey picked up two wickets each. Between the two England spinners, Rashid and Moeen, there was only one wicket giving away 117 runs in 17 overs. 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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Deontay Wilder was ready, willing and able to defend his heavyweight world title in a mandatory fight against Alexander Povetkin in one of the divisions most anticipated fights on May 21 in Moscow.In fact, Wilder was taking the overseas assignment against easily his most dangerous opponent so seriously that he was spending the final few weeks of his training camp in Sheffield, England, in an effort to minimize the effect of the time change.Wilder, set to make a career-high purse of $4.5 million, was rearing to go. But nine days before the fight, the results of an April 27 random urine test came to light in which Povetkin tested positive for the banned substance meldonium.The fight was called off (meaning no big payday), and a dejected Wilder and his team flew home to Alabama.Not wanting to let a hard training camp go to waste, Wilder vowed to fight as quickly as possible. Thanks to the WBCs granting him permission to stage an optional defense while it figured out what to do with Povetkins mandatory status, his team quickly arranged a fight.That has led Wilder a long way from Moscow and back to the comfy confines of home as he prepares to make his fourth title defense against Chris Arreola, who will be getting his third crack at a world title, in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Saturday (Fox, 8 p.m. ET) at Legacy Arena here in Birmingham, Ala.In the 10-round welterweight co-feature, Sammy Vasquez (21-0, 15 KOs), 30, of Monessen, Penn., will face 32-year-old fellow southpaw Felix Diaz (17-1, 8 KOs), a 2008 Dominican Olympic gold medalist. In another televised bout, blue-chip junior middleweight prospect Erickson Lubin (15-0, 11 KOs), 20, of Orlando, Florida, will face Mexicos Ivan Montero (20-1, 8 KOs).The 30-year-old Wilder (36-0, 35 KOs), who will earn $1.5 million for the fight, took a brief break after the Povetkin fight was canceled and said he simply cannot wait to get inside the ring to inflict damage on Arreola, 35, of Riverside, Calif., who is bidding to become the first fighter of Mexican descent to win a heavyweight title.Ive wanted to hit somebody since May, Wilder, from nearby Tuscaloosa, said at Thursdays final news conference. I got teased but now its time. And I get to do it at home. Theres no better place to do it.Some have been critical of the selection of Arreola, whose purse is $150,000, as the opponent because he has done nothing in recent years to warrant this opportunity. Hes 2-2-1 with a no decision in his last six fights and has not looked good, including in a controversial win over Travis Kauffman in December -- a result changed to a no decision because Arreola tested positive for a banned substance, marijuana.But Arreola (36-4-1, 31 KOs), who got knocked out in two previous world title fights by Vitali Klitschko in 2009 and Bermane Stiverne in 2014, is known for his brawling, crowd-pleasing style, and even though he is a big-time underdog, he figures to make the fight entertaining while it lasts. Wilder has vigorously defended Arreolas selection.We had a few guys that we could have chosen, but there were certain guys we didnt want to give a short-notice opportunity, Wilder said. We needed a certain type of fighter for this job. We need someone who will fight with their heart and take this opportunity and make the most of it. Does he deserve the title shot? No he doesnt. He knows it. But is Chris Arreola the perfect guy for this fight? Of course he is.Chris is lucky to get a third chance at a title. Theres a lot of prospects who would love to fight him just to get a chance to fight for this belt. We needed a special person for this situation and I blessed Chris Arreola with the opportunity. Its time to fight. Hes The Nightmare and Im a knockout artist. What makes me special is the way I knock people out. Go look at the people Ive knocked out and see what Ive given them. You know the words at the end of the night will be And still, heavyweight champion of the world.Arreeola did not get the fight on merit; he got it through his connection to adviser and PBC creator Al Haymon, who also works with Wilder. Cheap Air Max For Sale. Arreola has been dismissed by most as having little chance to win, which is fine with him.See, nobody is talking about me. Nobody is saying anything about me, Arreola said. So there is nothing for me to look at. Everyones focus is on Deontay Wilder, on him and his situation with Povetkin and about Deontay already talking about fighting [titleholder Anthony] Joshua or [world champion Tyson] Fury.My job is to work on [Saturday]. My job is to try to shock the world. I dont care what anybody says. They dont live my life. They dont even throw punches. They probably never got punched in their life.As for Wilder, he comes off as extremely confident, as usual, but there are outside-the-ring issues that could be distractions.After the Povetkin fight was canceled, Wilder and promoter Lou DiBella sued Povetkin and Russian promoter Andrey Ryabinskys World of Boxing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for breach of contract and at least $5 million in damages related to the cancellation of the bout.Ten days later, Ryabinsky countersued them in the same court for breach of contract and defamation, claiming they unilaterally canceled the fight before the WBC, whose belt Wilder holds, decided what to do. He also claimed Wilder began a smear campaign against himself and Povetkin, who recently met with WBC officials to give his side of the story. Ryabinsky is seeking at least $34.5 million.Wilder said that although he is following the lawsuits and the fallout from the canceled fight, his focus on Arreola has not wavered.I havent been on a close watch of it, Wilder said. Ive definitely been following it. Its ridiculous, if you ask me. Ive got served papers and everything. Im not letting it knock me off my game, my focus. Its just part of life, you know what I mean? Ive been through worse situations in life. Its just a bad storm -- another storm that I have to weather in my life.My skin is tough. Thats in all aspects of life, no matter what. Im very focused. Im always focused. When youre in the hurt business, you have no choice but to stay focused on the test that lies at hand because if youre not focused, you can get knocked out. No one wants to feel what it feels like to be knocked out, wake up in the hospital, dont know what happened. You never want to be that guy that didnt even know the end of the round has ended because youre dazed or youre unconscious.The lawsuits will take time and cost money, and Wilder is likely to soon meet with the WBC to give his take on the canceled fight. He might have to fight Povetkin next depending on what the WBC decides. But, of course, if Wilder does not beat Arreola, the WBCs decision wont make a difference to him.First off, right now its me and Chris Arreola, Wilder said. All the other legal stuff, that can take a hold until after. This is whats next right now. This is what Im focused on. Im not really focused on the legal side of everything. I got a great team. I trust in my team. Im just sitting and waiting for that moment where Povetkin will have his day as well.Said DiBella: We have lawyers, obviously, as do Povetkins people. Were having conversations right now with the WBC about an opportunity literally to be able to do the same thing Povetkins people did. But thats not for Deontay to be worried about right now.There is a fight on [Saturday]. Thats where everyones attention is. The rest of that stuff is going to take care of itself. But, frankly, we respect [the WBCs] process and we want to get our points across. But this is ultimately going to be decided in the U.S. courts. So this is a legal matter. Its nothing that the fighters are worried about right now. Were totally focused on the big event on [Saturday]. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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England XI 313 for 6 (Buttler 80*, Moeen 70) beat BCB Select XI 309 for 9 (Keyes 121, Mushfiqur 51, Woakes 3-52) by four wicketsScorecardEnglands bowlers and middle-order were given a thorough test but they came out of the Fatullah practice match with a four-wicket win and their confidence boosted. Cheap Air Max Wholesale .Imrul Kayes hundred kept them in the back-foot but they fought back in the slog overs. Later when they slipped to 170 for 5 chasing 310, the stand-in ODI captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali pulped a challenging target as they won with 22 balls to spare. They added 139 runs for the sixth wicket in just 16.5 overs.England started off the chase as they should have, going after the home bowlers. Jason Roy struck couple of sixes, over midwicket and mid-on, and two more fours in his 22-ball 28. James Vince was also going well but in the ninth over, Roy fell to the rookie paceman Ebadat Hossain in the deep leg-side field where Kamrul Islam Rabbi took the catch.Vince fell two short of a fifty after he was caught behind off Ebadat in the 13th over. His 39-ball stay had eight fours and while the innings wasnt long enough, it seems enough to suggest that England may as well go for the Roy-Vince opening partnership.Jonny Bairstow and Ben Duckett kept the run-rate almost intact but in the 19th over, Bairstow was caught behind off Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 11. Duckett who took a bit of time to get settled under the fading light, struck three fours in his 37-ball 29 before Shuvagata Hom bowled him in the 24th over. Things got a little nervy for the visitors exactly five overs later when Ben Stokes fell to Al-Amin Hossain for 28, having struck three fours and a six in 40 balls.From 170 for 5 however, new captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali mounted a counter-attack that would put them in good stead for the first ODI, especially if they are chasing under lights.By the 35th over, the pair had settled down with some boundaries and maintained the required run-rate. Five overs later, they accelerated further as they made it to 251 for 5, needing 59 runs in the last ten overs. Moeen fell when England needed just one run, after making 70 off 51 balls with eight fours and two sixes. Buttler was unbeaten on 76 off 63 balls with two fours and four sixes.When the home side batted first, Imrul wasted no time in setting his innings in motion, blazing the first ball of the innings, bowled by Chris Woakes, for a cover-driven boundary. There was no let-up whenever he got strike but at the other end, Soumya Sarkar struggled to get the ball off the square. He fell in the fifth over, beaten by Woakes pace and, judging by his slight crouch, a bit of uneven bounce. By that time Imrul had sped to 26.Imrul was excellent on the off-side whenever the English bowlers were too full or slightly short. He blasted sixes over midwicket off the front foot, and was severe on the spinners, particularly Adil Rashid. With Nazmul Hossain Shanto, he added 85 runs for the second wicket in 15.5 overs. Nazmul struck four boundaries in his 46-ball 36, at times matching Imrul shot for shot.Imrul reached the mark in the 27th over and hardly showed any let up, hammering his fifth and sixth sixes in the David Willey over in which he was finally bowled, leaving 21 overs remaining. His 121 came off 91 balls and included eleven fours and the six sixes. Imrul had added 71 runs for the third wicket with Mushfiqur in just eight overs.Mushfiqur too showed that he could middle the ball, adding another 69 runs for the fourth wicket with Nasir Hossain. During this partnership, Mushfiqur reached his first 50-plus score since June this year. He soon fell to Stokes in the 41st over, bowled for a 57-ball 51 that had five fours.Despite their brilliance for 40 overs, the BCB XI made only 49 runs in the last ten overs, losing five wickets. Englands bowlers, hitherto struggling to find their bearing in the heat, came back strongly. Woakes finished with three wickets while Stokes and Willey picked up two wickets each. Between the two England spinners, Rashid and Moeen, there was only one wicket giving away 117 runs in 17 overs. 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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Deontay Wilder was ready, willing and able to defend his heavyweight world title in a mandatory fight against Alexander Povetkin in one of the divisions most anticipated fights on May 21 in Moscow.In fact, Wilder was taking the overseas assignment against easily his most dangerous opponent so seriously that he was spending the final few weeks of his training camp in Sheffield, England, in an effort to minimize the effect of the time change.Wilder, set to make a career-high purse of $4.5 million, was rearing to go. But nine days before the fight, the results of an April 27 random urine test came to light in which Povetkin tested positive for the banned substance meldonium.The fight was called off (meaning no big payday), and a dejected Wilder and his team flew home to Alabama.Not wanting to let a hard training camp go to waste, Wilder vowed to fight as quickly as possible. Thanks to the WBCs granting him permission to stage an optional defense while it figured out what to do with Povetkins mandatory status, his team quickly arranged a fight.That has led Wilder a long way from Moscow and back to the comfy confines of home as he prepares to make his fourth title defense against Chris Arreola, who will be getting his third crack at a world title, in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Saturday (Fox, 8 p.m. ET) at Legacy Arena here in Birmingham, Ala.In the 10-round welterweight co-feature, Sammy Vasquez (21-0, 15 KOs), 30, of Monessen, Penn., will face 32-year-old fellow southpaw Felix Diaz (17-1, 8 KOs), a 2008 Dominican Olympic gold medalist. In another televised bout, blue-chip junior middleweight prospect Erickson Lubin (15-0, 11 KOs), 20, of Orlando, Florida, will face Mexicos Ivan Montero (20-1, 8 KOs).The 30-year-old Wilder (36-0, 35 KOs), who will earn $1.5 million for the fight, took a brief break after the Povetkin fight was canceled and said he simply cannot wait to get inside the ring to inflict damage on Arreola, 35, of Riverside, Calif., who is bidding to become the first fighter of Mexican descent to win a heavyweight title.Ive wanted to hit somebody since May, Wilder, from nearby Tuscaloosa, said at Thursdays final news conference. I got teased but now its time. And I get to do it at home. Theres no better place to do it.Some have been critical of the selection of Arreola, whose purse is $150,000, as the opponent because he has done nothing in recent years to warrant this opportunity. Hes 2-2-1 with a no decision in his last six fights and has not looked good, including in a controversial win over Travis Kauffman in December -- a result changed to a no decision because Arreola tested positive for a banned substance, marijuana.But Arreola (36-4-1, 31 KOs), who got knocked out in two previous world title fights by Vitali Klitschko in 2009 and Bermane Stiverne in 2014, is known for his brawling, crowd-pleasing style, and even though he is a big-time underdog, he figures to make the fight entertaining while it lasts. Wilder has vigorously defended Arreolas selection.We had a few guys that we could have chosen, but there were certain guys we didnt want to give a short-notice opportunity, Wilder said. We needed a certain type of fighter for this job. We need someone who will fight with their heart and take this opportunity and make the most of it. Does he deserve the title shot? No he doesnt. He knows it. But is Chris Arreola the perfect guy for this fight? Of course he is.Chris is lucky to get a third chance at a title. Theres a lot of prospects who would love to fight him just to get a chance to fight for this belt. We needed a special person for this situation and I blessed Chris Arreola with the opportunity. Its time to fight. Hes The Nightmare and Im a knockout artist. What makes me special is the way I knock people out. Go look at the people Ive knocked out and see what Ive given them. You know the words at the end of the night will be And still, heavyweight champion of the world.Arreeola did not get the fight on merit; he got it through his connection to adviser and PBC creator Al Haymon, who also works with Wilder. Cheap Air Max For Sale. Arreola has been dismissed by most as having little chance to win, which is fine with him.See, nobody is talking about me. Nobody is saying anything about me, Arreola said. So there is nothing for me to look at. Everyones focus is on Deontay Wilder, on him and his situation with Povetkin and about Deontay already talking about fighting [titleholder Anthony] Joshua or [world champion Tyson] Fury.My job is to work on [Saturday]. My job is to try to shock the world. I dont care what anybody says. They dont live my life. They dont even throw punches. They probably never got punched in their life.As for Wilder, he comes off as extremely confident, as usual, but there are outside-the-ring issues that could be distractions.After the Povetkin fight was canceled, Wilder and promoter Lou DiBella sued Povetkin and Russian promoter Andrey Ryabinskys World of Boxing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for breach of contract and at least $5 million in damages related to the cancellation of the bout.Ten days later, Ryabinsky countersued them in the same court for breach of contract and defamation, claiming they unilaterally canceled the fight before the WBC, whose belt Wilder holds, decided what to do. He also claimed Wilder began a smear campaign against himself and Povetkin, who recently met with WBC officials to give his side of the story. Ryabinsky is seeking at least $34.5 million.Wilder said that although he is following the lawsuits and the fallout from the canceled fight, his focus on Arreola has not wavered.I havent been on a close watch of it, Wilder said. Ive definitely been following it. Its ridiculous, if you ask me. Ive got served papers and everything. Im not letting it knock me off my game, my focus. Its just part of life, you know what I mean? Ive been through worse situations in life. Its just a bad storm -- another storm that I have to weather in my life.My skin is tough. Thats in all aspects of life, no matter what. Im very focused. Im always focused. When youre in the hurt business, you have no choice but to stay focused on the test that lies at hand because if youre not focused, you can get knocked out. No one wants to feel what it feels like to be knocked out, wake up in the hospital, dont know what happened. You never want to be that guy that didnt even know the end of the round has ended because youre dazed or youre unconscious.The lawsuits will take time and cost money, and Wilder is likely to soon meet with the WBC to give his take on the canceled fight. He might have to fight Povetkin next depending on what the WBC decides. But, of course, if Wilder does not beat Arreola, the WBCs decision wont make a difference to him.First off, right now its me and Chris Arreola, Wilder said. All the other legal stuff, that can take a hold until after. This is whats next right now. This is what Im focused on. Im not really focused on the legal side of everything. I got a great team. I trust in my team. Im just sitting and waiting for that moment where Povetkin will have his day as well.Said DiBella: We have lawyers, obviously, as do Povetkins people. Were having conversations right now with the WBC about an opportunity literally to be able to do the same thing Povetkins people did. But thats not for Deontay to be worried about right now.There is a fight on [Saturday]. Thats where everyones attention is. The rest of that stuff is going to take care of itself. But, frankly, we respect [the WBCs] process and we want to get our points across. But this is ultimately going to be decided in the U.S. courts. So this is a legal matter. Its nothing that the fighters are worried about right now. Were totally focused on the big event on [Saturday]. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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England XI 313 for 6 (Buttler 80*, Moeen 70) beat BCB Select XI 309 for 9 (Keyes 121, Mushfiqur 51, Woakes 3-52) by four wicketsScorecardEnglands bowlers and middle-order were given a thorough test but they came out of the Fatullah practice match with a four-wicket win and their confidence boosted. Cheap Air Max Wholesale .Imrul Kayes hundred kept them in the back-foot but they fought back in the slog overs. Later when they slipped to 170 for 5 chasing 310, the stand-in ODI captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali pulped a challenging target as they won with 22 balls to spare. They added 139 runs for the sixth wicket in just 16.5 overs.England started off the chase as they should have, going after the home bowlers. Jason Roy struck couple of sixes, over midwicket and mid-on, and two more fours in his 22-ball 28. James Vince was also going well but in the ninth over, Roy fell to the rookie paceman Ebadat Hossain in the deep leg-side field where Kamrul Islam Rabbi took the catch.Vince fell two short of a fifty after he was caught behind off Ebadat in the 13th over. His 39-ball stay had eight fours and while the innings wasnt long enough, it seems enough to suggest that England may as well go for the Roy-Vince opening partnership.Jonny Bairstow and Ben Duckett kept the run-rate almost intact but in the 19th over, Bairstow was caught behind off Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 11. Duckett who took a bit of time to get settled under the fading light, struck three fours in his 37-ball 29 before Shuvagata Hom bowled him in the 24th over. Things got a little nervy for the visitors exactly five overs later when Ben Stokes fell to Al-Amin Hossain for 28, having struck three fours and a six in 40 balls.From 170 for 5 however, new captain Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali mounted a counter-attack that would put them in good stead for the first ODI, especially if they are chasing under lights.By the 35th over, the pair had settled down with some boundaries and maintained the required run-rate. Five overs later, they accelerated further as they made it to 251 for 5, needing 59 runs in the last ten overs. Moeen fell when England needed just one run, after making 70 off 51 balls with eight fours and two sixes. Buttler was unbeaten on 76 off 63 balls with two fours and four sixes.When the home side batted first, Imrul wasted no time in setting his innings in motion, blazing the first ball of the innings, bowled by Chris Woakes, for a cover-driven boundary. There was no let-up whenever he got strike but at the other end, Soumya Sarkar struggled to get the ball off the square. He fell in the fifth over, beaten by Woakes pace and, judging by his slight crouch, a bit of uneven bounce. By that time Imrul had sped to 26.Imrul was excellent on the off-side whenever the English bowlers were too full or slightly short. He blasted sixes over midwicket off the front foot, and was severe on the spinners, particularly Adil Rashid. With Nazmul Hossain Shanto, he added 85 runs for the second wicket in 15.5 overs. Nazmul struck four boundaries in his 46-ball 36, at times matching Imrul shot for shot.Imrul reached the mark in the 27th over and hardly showed any let up, hammering his fifth and sixth sixes in the David Willey over in which he was finally bowled, leaving 21 overs remaining. His 121 came off 91 balls and included eleven fours and the six sixes. Imrul had added 71 runs for the third wicket with Mushfiqur in just eight overs.Mushfiqur too showed that he could middle the ball, adding another 69 runs for the fourth wicket with Nasir Hossain. During this partnership, Mushfiqur reached his first 50-plus score since June this year. He soon fell to Stokes in the 41st over, bowled for a 57-ball 51 that had five fours.Despite their brilliance for 40 overs, the BCB XI made only 49 runs in the last ten overs, losing five wickets. Englands bowlers, hitherto struggling to find their bearing in the heat, came back strongly. Woakes finished with three wickets while Stokes and Willey picked up two wickets each. Between the two England spinners, Rashid and Moeen, there was only one wicket giving away 117 runs in 17 overs. 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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Deontay Wilder was ready, willing and able to defend his heavyweight world title in a mandatory fight against Alexander Povetkin in one of the divisions most anticipated fights on May 21 in Moscow.In fact, Wilder was taking the overseas assignment against easily his most dangerous opponent so seriously that he was spending the final few weeks of his training camp in Sheffield, England, in an effort to minimize the effect of the time change.Wilder, set to make a career-high purse of $4.5 million, was rearing to go. But nine days before the fight, the results of an April 27 random urine test came to light in which Povetkin tested positive for the banned substance meldonium.The fight was called off (meaning no big payday), and a dejected Wilder and his team flew home to Alabama.Not wanting to let a hard training camp go to waste, Wilder vowed to fight as quickly as possible. Thanks to the WBCs granting him permission to stage an optional defense while it figured out what to do with Povetkins mandatory status, his team quickly arranged a fight.That has led Wilder a long way from Moscow and back to the comfy confines of home as he prepares to make his fourth title defense against Chris Arreola, who will be getting his third crack at a world title, in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Saturday (Fox, 8 p.m. ET) at Legacy Arena here in Birmingham, Ala.In the 10-round welterweight co-feature, Sammy Vasquez (21-0, 15 KOs), 30, of Monessen, Penn., will face 32-year-old fellow southpaw Felix Diaz (17-1, 8 KOs), a 2008 Dominican Olympic gold medalist. In another televised bout, blue-chip junior middleweight prospect Erickson Lubin (15-0, 11 KOs), 20, of Orlando, Florida, will face Mexicos Ivan Montero (20-1, 8 KOs).The 30-year-old Wilder (36-0, 35 KOs), who will earn $1.5 million for the fight, took a brief break after the Povetkin fight was canceled and said he simply cannot wait to get inside the ring to inflict damage on Arreola, 35, of Riverside, Calif., who is bidding to become the first fighter of Mexican descent to win a heavyweight title.Ive wanted to hit somebody since May, Wilder, from nearby Tuscaloosa, said at Thursdays final news conference. I got teased but now its time. And I get to do it at home. Theres no better place to do it.Some have been critical of the selection of Arreola, whose purse is $150,000, as the opponent because he has done nothing in recent years to warrant this opportunity. Hes 2-2-1 with a no decision in his last six fights and has not looked good, including in a controversial win over Travis Kauffman in December -- a result changed to a no decision because Arreola tested positive for a banned substance, marijuana.But Arreola (36-4-1, 31 KOs), who got knocked out in two previous world title fights by Vitali Klitschko in 2009 and Bermane Stiverne in 2014, is known for his brawling, crowd-pleasing style, and even though he is a big-time underdog, he figures to make the fight entertaining while it lasts. Wilder has vigorously defended Arreolas selection.We had a few guys that we could have chosen, but there were certain guys we didnt want to give a short-notice opportunity, Wilder said. We needed a certain type of fighter for this job. We need someone who will fight with their heart and take this opportunity and make the most of it. Does he deserve the title shot? No he doesnt. He knows it. But is Chris Arreola the perfect guy for this fight? Of course he is.Chris is lucky to get a third chance at a title. Theres a lot of prospects who would love to fight him just to get a chance to fight for this belt. We needed a special person for this situation and I blessed Chris Arreola with the opportunity. Its time to fight. Hes The Nightmare and Im a knockout artist. What makes me special is the way I knock people out. Go look at the people Ive knocked out and see what Ive given them. You know the words at the end of the night will be And still, heavyweight champion of the world.Arreeola did not get the fight on merit; he got it through his connection to adviser and PBC creator Al Haymon, who also works with Wilder. Cheap Air Max For Sale. Arreola has been dismissed by most as having little chance to win, which is fine with him.See, nobody is talking about me. Nobody is saying anything about me, Arreola said. So there is nothing for me to look at. Everyones focus is on Deontay Wilder, on him and his situation with Povetkin and about Deontay already talking about fighting [titleholder Anthony] Joshua or [world champion Tyson] Fury.My job is to work on [Saturday]. My job is to try to shock the world. I dont care what anybody says. They dont live my life. They dont even throw punches. They probably never got punched in their life.As for Wilder, he comes off as extremely confident, as usual, but there are outside-the-ring issues that could be distractions.After the Povetkin fight was canceled, Wilder and promoter Lou DiBella sued Povetkin and Russian promoter Andrey Ryabinskys World of Boxing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for breach of contract and at least $5 million in damages related to the cancellation of the bout.Ten days later, Ryabinsky countersued them in the same court for breach of contract and defamation, claiming they unilaterally canceled the fight before the WBC, whose belt Wilder holds, decided what to do. He also claimed Wilder began a smear campaign against himself and Povetkin, who recently met with WBC officials to give his side of the story. Ryabinsky is seeking at least $34.5 million.Wilder said that although he is following the lawsuits and the fallout from the canceled fight, his focus on Arreola has not wavered.I havent been on a close watch of it, Wilder said. Ive definitely been following it. Its ridiculous, if you ask me. Ive got served papers and everything. Im not letting it knock me off my game, my focus. Its just part of life, you know what I mean? Ive been through worse situations in life. Its just a bad storm -- another storm that I have to weather in my life.My skin is tough. Thats in all aspects of life, no matter what. Im very focused. Im always focused. When youre in the hurt business, you have no choice but to stay focused on the test that lies at hand because if youre not focused, you can get knocked out. No one wants to feel what it feels like to be knocked out, wake up in the hospital, dont know what happened. You never want to be that guy that didnt even know the end of the round has ended because youre dazed or youre unconscious.The lawsuits will take time and cost money, and Wilder is likely to soon meet with the WBC to give his take on the canceled fight. He might have to fight Povetkin next depending on what the WBC decides. But, of course, if Wilder does not beat Arreola, the WBCs decision wont make a difference to him.First off, right now its me and Chris Arreola, Wilder said. All the other legal stuff, that can take a hold until after. This is whats next right now. This is what Im focused on. Im not really focused on the legal side of everything. I got a great team. I trust in my team. Im just sitting and waiting for that moment where Povetkin will have his day as well.Said DiBella: We have lawyers, obviously, as do Povetkins people. Were having conversations right now with the WBC about an opportunity literally to be able to do the same thing Povetkins people did. But thats not for Deontay to be worried about right now.There is a fight on [Saturday]. Thats where everyones attention is. The rest of that stuff is going to take care of itself. But, frankly, we respect [the WBCs] process and we want to get our points across. But this is ultimately going to be decided in the U.S. courts. So this is a legal matter. Its nothing that the fighters are worried about right now. Were totally focused on the big event on [Saturday]. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' ' 
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                                      Bellator light heavyweight champion?Liam McGeary?and challenger Phil Davis?couldnt have more opposing mindsets ahead of their title fight on Friday. Nike NFL Jerseys China .Laughing and joking around, all those fun and games are over now, said McGeary during a recent?Bellator 163 media call. Ive had three, four months of getting ready for him, and the torture I put myself through in this gym, Im getting ready to take it out on him.Davis (16-3) immediately responded by saying,?The fun and games are not over. The fun and games have just begun. Youve been training for four months for this fight. Ive had over a full year I put into wearing your butt out and dragging your face across the mat.The time for talk will officially end when the two square off in Fridays main event at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut (Spike TV/ESPN Deportes, 9 p.m. ET). But leading up to the fight, Davis has used his silly and squirrelly side to playfully get under the skin of McGeary (11-0), which was apparent on last weeks call.Out of all the guys Ive fought, Im going to like punching him in the face the least, Davis said. Hes actually a pretty funny guy, but business is business and Im going to have to come at this man like a spider monkey.McGeary (11-0), a native of England, began to compare his opponents high-pitched voice to Michael Jackson or one of the Bee Gees, but after a few more belittling remarks, McGeary eventually got serious with his responses.My record is 11-0 for a reason, said McGeary. If I say Im going to knock them out, I knock them out. If I say Im getting a submit, I submit you. Im going to beat your f---ing face in.So, how did we get to this fight? After jumping over from the UFC, Davis made a splash in his Bellator debut in September 2015 by defeating Emanuel Newton and Francis Carmont in the same night at the promotions first Dynamite card. Winning the light heavyweight tournament gave Davis a shot at the champion in the future, whomever it would be. That was decided later that night, when McGeary defended his title by submitting Tito Ortiz with an inverted triangle choke.But McGeary has remained out of action since that fight due to a knee injury. The 34-year-old says he had a lot of damage inside the knee that prevented him from standing on it comfortably. After getting some repairs, McGeary has been able to go through a successful training camp in New York.Despite a perfect record and a title in hand, McGeary sits two spots lower than his challenger in the ESPN.com light heavyweight power rankings, and his?knees could potentially be an X factor in the bout. In his previous two title fights, McGeary has allowed takedowns to both Ortiz and Newton. He was able to overcome both takedowns going to his back against those two opponents, but going up against a former 197-pound NCAA national champion in Davis, who competed at Penn State, could be a whole other issue.You havent had a fight for a year and you think you can just jump off the bench, said Davis. The world dont work like that. Listen, Ive been beating people up while Ive been waiting to beat up you. Your picture is on a bag in my gym, and I just beat the picture off the bag for the second time.The person Davis beat in the meantime was Muhammed King Mo Lawal in May. It was a competitive yet unanimous decision in favor of Mr. Wonderful that solidified his status at the top contender at 205 pounds. 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