Jul 25, 2020
UFC Fight Island 3 live stream FREE: How to watch Whittaker vs Till without paying a penny
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MIDDLEWEIGHTS Darren Till and Robert Whittaker battle it out on UFC's Fight Island tonight.
And there is a way you can catch ALL of the action from UFC's Fight Night 174 for FREE...3 Darren Till takes on No 1 ranked middleweight Robert WhittakerCredit: Handout - Getty When is UFC Fight Island 3?
- Taking place from UFC's Fight Island in Abu Dhabi, the 174th UFC Fight Night is on tonight - Saturday, July 25.
- The prelims start at 10pm (5pm EST).
- Then the main card gets underway from 1am BST (8pm EST).
- UFC Fight Island 3 is on BT Sport 2 in the UK, and ESPN+ in the US.
- It can be streamed on BT Sport's website and app for subscribers.
- Coverage begins at 10pm BST.
EE phone customers can get a free three month trial of BT Sport by texting SPORT to 150.
The trial can then be cancelled at any time.
- UFC Fight Night will also be live on talkSPORT2.
- Coverage will begin at 11pm on Saturday night, going right through to 4am in the morning.
- You can listen to a replay of the main card on TS2 on Sunday between 10am and 12pm.
- Will Gavin and Ade Oladipo will host the evening, with Adam Catterall, Nick Peet and Danny Roberts on comms.
- Download the talkSPORT app or ask your smart speaker to 'play talkSPORT 2' to follow the drama from Fight Island.
Main card (from 1am BST, 8pm EST)
- Robert Whittaker vs Darren Till (middleweight)
- Mauricio Rua vs Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (light heavyweight)
- Alexander Gustafsson vs Fabricio Werdum (heavyweight)
- Marina Rodriguez vs Carla Esparza (Women's strawweight)
- Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs Paul Craig (light heavyweight)
- Alex Oliveira vs Peter Sobotta (welterweight)
- Khamzat Chimaev vs Rhys McKee (welterweight)
Prelims (from 10pm BST, 5pm EST)
- Francisco Trinaldo vs Jai Herbert (lightweight)
- Nicolas Dalby vs Jesse Ronson (welterweight)
- Movsar Evloev vs Mike Grundy (featherweight)
- Tanner Boser vs. Raphael Pessoa (heavyweight)
- Pannie Kianzad vs Bethe Correia (Women's bantamweight)
- Ramazan Emeev vs Niklas Stolze (welterweight)
- Nathaniel Wood vs John Castaneda (bantamweight)
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New York Times Posts Brutal Review of Jared Kushners Soulless Memoir: He Looks Like a Mannequin, and He Writes Like One
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There have been numerous brutal beatdowns in history. Muhammad Ali’s eighth round knockout of George Foreman at 1974’s “Rumble in the Jungle.” My Florida Gators trouncing our in-state rival Florida State Seminoles 52-20 in the Sugar Bowl to win the 1996 national football championship. Judge Maya Guerra Gamble stomping on Alex Jones’ antics during his recent defamation trial in Austin.
We can now add New York Times book critic Dwight Garner’s review of Jared Kushner’s new book, Breaking History: A White House Memoir, to that list.
Kushner, pictured above somehow appearing less lifelike than the table lamp in the foreground, has penned an “earnest and soulless” memoir, writes Garner, and that’s actually one of the kinder comments to be found in the absolutely savage review.
The ex-president’s son-in-law “looks like a mannequin, and he writes like one,” presenting a bizarro-world interpretation of the “chaos” of the Trump presidency in order to tout his “boyish tinkering” with various policy issues, which Garner mocks along with Kushner’s Secret Service code name of “mechanic.”
Then there’s this paragraph, which is best quoted and read in its unfiltered entirety:
This book is like a tour of a once majestic 18th-century wooden house, now burned to its foundations, that focuses solely on, and rejoices in, what’s left amid the ashes: the two singed bathtubs, the gravel driveway and the mailbox. Kushner’s fealty to Trump remains absolute. Reading this book reminded me of watching a cat lick a dog’s eye goo.
Kushner embraced the tone of a “college admissions essay,” and “repeatedly beats his own drum,” Garner observes, offering a sampling of the simpering accolades Kushner claims he received from other White House denizens. “A therapist might call these cries for help.”
Unsurprisingly, Kushner acquits himself of any culpability in his father-in-law’s baseless claims of fraud in the 2020 election and incitement of the attack on the Capitol, ending the book implying he “was unaware of the events of Jan. 6 until late in the day.”
Breaking History is a book without any clear audience, Garner notes, “not enough red meat for the MAGA crowd” and the subject matter “more thoroughly and reliably covered elsewhere” for the political wonks; its author is “a pair of dimples without a demographic.”
Make some popcorn and check out Garner’s full schadenfreudelicious review here.
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