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    RYAN GARCIA threw a left hook so fast the camera barely caught the punch - in a warning to Gervonta Davis. Garcia knocked out Javier Fortuna in six impressive rounds with the fight ending on a stunning combination. 3Ryan Garcia threw a left hook so fast the camera barely caught the punchCredit: https://twitter.com/RyanGarcia/status/1549551665447022592 3Ryan Garcia landing the left hook on Javier Fortuna The American landed a perfect one-two and finished it off with a left hook which floored Fortuna and closed out the bout. In footage captured from inside the Los Angeles' CryptoArena it shows the exact moment Garcia connects with his left hand. But the punch was so fast the naked eye can barley see it. Garcia captioned the post: "Gervonta come out, come out, wherever you are." READ MORE IN BOXING'FANTASTIC NEWS' Fans all say the same thing as Wilder’s coach works with Usyk ahead of AJ The unbeaten star, 23, has made it clear Davis, 27, is his No1 target to fight next. But he wants the fight in the...
    CROFTON, Md. (AP) — Body camera video released by Maryland officials shows an unarmed man punching a police officer in the face and biting his finger before the man was fatally shot. News outlets report that the Attorney General’s office released body camera video Tuesday of the Jan. 30 incident. Authorities say it began when a woman called 911 saying her son, Dyonta Quarles Jr.,  assaulted her and kept her from leaving her Crofton home. In the video, Quarles is seen striking Officer J. Ricci and as officers handcuff Quarles. He struggles and then bites Ricci, who is then seen in video firing with his hand stuck in Quarles’ mouth. The attorney general’s office hasn’t completed its investigation. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (CBSLA) – Moments before 15-year-old Lauryn Ham was clotheslined by another girl during a youth club basketball tournament Sunday in Garden Grove, her mother believes that the girl who punched Ham was provoked by her mom. Alice Ham told CBSLA Reporter Laurie Perez that parents who were at the game heard the mother of the girl who threw the punch yell, “go and hit her.” READ MORE: Tio G's Empanadas, Mova Nature Set To Join Renovated Lexington Market“It’s on the video, you can hear it plain and simple (and) the ref that was there also heard it and is willing to give testament,” Alice Ham said. The video, which has more the 40,000 views, is hard to watch. Just before the girl threw the punch, Lauryn Ham, who was defending, closes out the girl. Both hit the floor immediately and seconds after is when the punch was thrown. “When I saw the clip I was horrified just like everyone else and, and so angry,” Alice Ham said. “The mom basically incited violence against my daughter, she told her...
    GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA) – Moments before 15-year-old Lauryn Ham was close lined by another girl during a youth club basketball tournament Sunday in Garden Grove, her mother believes that the girl who punched Ham was provoked by her mom. Alice Ham told CBSLA Reporter Laurie Perez that parents who were at the game heard the mother of the girl who threw the punch yell, “go and hit her.” READ MORE: St. Johns Well Child And Family Center Kickoffs 'Vaccine Roadshow' In Push To Vaccinate Kids Ages 5 To 11-Years-Old“It’s on the video, you can hear it plain and simple (and) the ref that was there also heard it and is willing to give testament,” Alice Ham said. The video, which has more the 40,000 views, is hard to watch. Just before the girl threw the punch, Lauryn Ham, who was defending, closes out the girl. Both hit the floor immediately and seconds after is when the punch was thrown. “When I saw the clip I was horrified just like everyone else and, and so angry,” Alice Ham said. “The mom...
    A team of Ana Rosa’s program He traveled to Badalona this Wednesday to find out what the situation of the survivors was after the fire that hit an industrial warehouse a month ago and in which four people died. The reporter, Miquel Valls, and the cameraman traveled to the scene to speak with the survivors who, according to the program, live in an illegal camp. In addition, they also gave a voice to the neighbors, who complain about the situation. “This is an increasing loopThey don’t have a roof and they stay here, so what do we do? “, one of them assured the Telecinco space. While they worked, a person appears with a phone and starts recording them. After a few minutes, another two arrive, who end up attacking the team: “Sons of bitches! Sons of bitches!”, They scold. Then they hit the camera and yell: “Call the police if you want! Call!”. “I recorded because I saw that they were threatening you and I received a free punch” “They threaten us and attack us,”...
    After six and a half years of development, at long last “idiot gaming” innovator Chris Bulch has launched his doofus opus: Rocket Punch, for the practically obsolete configuration of PlayStation Camera-enabled PS4s. “I have no idea how I managed to sneak this past [the PlayStation Store],” said Bulch, the founder (and lone employee) of Shame, Intercontinental. “Like, someone wasn’t looking at it properly on the day it was submitted, or something. I guess it was close to Christmas or something.” Rocket Punch went live on PlayStation 4 on Tuesday. In the game, players steer a disembodied fist, afterburner glowing, through several dystopic landscapes, punching anything with a face (whales, space stations, zombie cowboys, etc.) and avoiding anything that does not have one. Users play Rocket Punch not with the DualShock 4’s sticks or D-pad, but with the light bar, read by the PlayStation Camera. Bulch’s not-so-ulterior motive: make people look like the dolts holding gamepads as they fake-play games for stock photography collections. You know the type: Photo: G-Stock/Shutterstock Partway...
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