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    FLOYD MAYWEATHER told Hall of Fame promoter Lou DiBella he would the the best boxer of all time at the age of just 20. The American legend suffered heartbreak at the 1996 Olympics and was left with just a bronze medal after being robbed in the semis. 3Floyd Mayweather pictured in 1997Credit: Getty That same year he turned professional and after just 18 fights the American became world champion, aged only 21. But even before winning the first of his many world titles, Mayweather predicted his superstardom. DiBella told SunSport: "Mayweather is one of the great fighters of my lifetime, he's just a sensational fighter. "He's 50-0, one of the greatest ever, he'll certainly tell you he's No1 and he told me that he would be when he was 20-years-old." READ MORE IN BOXINGFIGHT BACK Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk free bets and sign up offers for Saudi rematchLO BALL OFFER Mayweather claims Logan Paul asked for rematch and slams 'bulls***' pay row DiBella was the vice president in charge of programming at HBO for 11...
    ROY KEANE once took aim at Arsenal legend Ian Wright for turning up TWO MINUTES late to lunch - then implied he was not Manchester United material. Irishman Keane launched his tirade in 2018 when the two cult heroes were working together as pundits at the World Cup in Russia. 3 Ian Wright learnt the hard way that fellow pundit Roy Keane does not tolerate lateness Wright told BBC's Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast: "Honestly, I’ve got so much admiration for Roy Keane. I have to say, we were at the World Cup together [as pundits] and I was thinking, ‘oh my gosh, we’re really cool mates, it’s fine’. “And I remember there was this one time I asked Roy if he wanted to go to lunch, because we had breakfast then we’d go for lunch. "He said, ‘okay, Wrighty. See you at 1.15’. I said, ‘No problem, I’ve just got to go and do some stuff’. "So I had to go and do that, I got there at 1.17, I was waiting in the lobby, I phoned...
    ANDY GORAM furiously told Roy Keane to "f*** off"' at Manchester United before a "scared" Gary Neville warned him "we don't talk to Roy like that". The Scotsman locked horns with the former Red Devils hardman when he arrived at Old Trafford on loan from Motherwell in 2001. 1 Furious Andy Goram told Keane to "f**k off" in a training session at Manchester United Goram, 57, found himself at Old Trafford after Fabien Barthez and Raimond van der Gouw were both hit with injuries ahead of a ­crucial Champions League tie at Bayern Munich. But there was to be no welcome party from the hothead skipper, who made no secret of his dislike for the former Rangers and Oldham star. In an interview with The Mirror, the Scotsman lifted the lid on an explosive bust-up with the fiery midfielder during a training session. Goram recalled the moment they met: "Shark’s eyes. Dead, devoid of emotion, glaring at me. No handshake. Welcome to Manchester United, Roy Keane-style. "There were clashes between us. One day in training, we were playing a game...
    Republican Texas Rep. Chip Roy expressed his displeasure with women being included in a potential military draft Monday while appearing on Tucker Carlson Tonight. The $768 billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was easily approved in the House with 135 Republicans joining 181 Democrats in a vote of 316-113. A provision included in the NDAA would require all women to register for the draft at 18, just as men do. “My wife told me if I supported it she’d campaign against me,” Roy joked to the Fox News host. The lawmaker argued that in extending the draft requirement to women, Congress is ignoring a $36 million dollar study from 2015 that found all-male units outperformed mixed gender units across the board. “Yet now we have your Congress [putting] women into combat.” He went on to clarify that he was not talking about denying women a chance to volunteer for service, but rather his concern that now, despite these studies, all women would be forced to sign up for service. Roy also voiced his concern with two red-flag provisions...
    Brett Goldstein gave a memorable - and mostly bleeped out - speech as he accepted the Emmy for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for his work in Ted Lasso. 'So this speech is going to be f***ing short. I was very, very specifically told I'm not allowed to swear. So, um ...' began the 41-year-old actor, before launching into a string of expletives. Goldstein's playful acceptance speech served as a tribute to his role as the notoriously potty-mouthed coach Roy Kent, a character he helped write. Make it memorable: Brett Goldstein gave a memorable - and mostly bleeped out - speech as he accepted the Emmy for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for his work in Ted Lasso After his expletive-filled opening, Brett went on to thank his Ted Lasso castmates and all those involved in the Apple TV+ series. 'To my teammates that I'm nominated with and all my team. This cast made me sick, they're so good,' he gushed, before also sending love to his friends and family. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    As I came to the end of my teens, I longed more than ever for love. But the idea of having sex made me nervous — and I felt I couldn't possibly live up to any man's expectations. Since the age of 13, I'd been a Disney child star, making popular family films such as Pollyanna and The Parent Trap.  Adolescence, however, had hit me hard, sapping my confidence and rendering me paralytically shy. At home, it felt like my parents — the actor John Mills and writer Mary Hayley Bell — told me a thousand times a day how young and irresponsible I was, yet they would never let me make my own decisions.  Their control over my life was becoming suffocating. Well, all that was about to change! In December 1965, I flew to New York on my own for a week of adventure. I was 19 years old, with money in my pocket, completely independent for the first time in my life and ready to shake off my wholesome Disney image. Since I was alone in the...
    SINCE 2014, TV presenter Hannah East has been the go-to host ahead of the weekend action for Manchester United fans on MUTV. Often, alongside a Red Devils legend, the bubbly blonde fronts the Countdown to Kick Off show on Friday nights. 11Hannah East is a presenter for MUTVCredit: Instagram @hannah.east.official 1113 years ago fitness fanatic Hannah was a contestant on GladiatorsCredit: Instagram @hannah.east.official But, even though she got her big break six years ago on Eurosport, it was on cult show Gladiators where Hannah first appeared on the telly. The sporty personality was a finalist on the then-Sky One show 13 years ago - showing off her presenting chops when she was asked to introduce a link to camera. Ironically, it was Arsenal legend Ian Wright, who hosted the show alongside the late Caroline Flack, who told Hannah she belonged on TV! THROWING IT BACK Aside from showing off her family and working life on Instagram, Hannah often shares her health and fitness regime with videos of working out. However, last month she reminded fans of the moment that changed...
    MIKE TYSON revealed the psychedelic 'Toad Venom' drug helped inspire him to make a boxing comeback at 54. The heavyweight legend fought for the first time in 15 years this past weekend, in an eight-round exhibition against Roy Jones Jr. 3Mike Tyson revealed the psychedelic 'Toad Venom' drug helped inspire him to make a boxing comeback at 54Credit: Instagram / @miketyson 3Toad venom is a psychedelic drug made 'from a rare species of toad native to the Sonoran Desert'Credit: Getty Images - Getty But before the bizarre draw, Tyson opened up on how taking toad venom played a part in his dramatic body transformation and ring return. He said: "I took the medicine and the medicine told me to get into shape. "It really blew my mind. It told me to come back and start getting in shape." According to AddictionCenter.com, toad venom is a psychedelic drug made 'from a rare species of toad native to the Sonoran Desert'. It is said to cause 'hallucinogenic effects [to] take hold in about five minutes after ingestion, causing a powerful religious-like trip...
    JURGEN KLOPP blew his top as Liverpool lost the plot by shipping SEVEN at Aston Villa… but insisted his side were not 'sloppy'. The defending Premier League champions were torn apart at Villa Park - inspired by Ollie Watkins’ hat-trick. 3Jurgen Klopp saw his side get pumped 7-2 but insisted they weren't 'sloppy'Credit: Reuters 3Roy Keane had questioned Liverpool's defending previouslyCredit: Sky Sports It came on the back of last Monday’s on-air row with Roy Keane after the Manchester United legend questioned the Reds’ defending in the 3-1 win over Arsenal. Klopp said: “It looked like we lost the plot after it went to 1-0. It is not an excuse. Normally you can be 1-0 down and do the stuff you want to do. We created but did not protect ourselves properly so each ball we lost was a massive counter attack. “Our protection was under average and we could never get the feeling back, the body language dropped. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   “We made too many mistakes and massive ones obviously....
    MIKE TYSON and Roy Jones Jr have been told NOT to try and knock each other out - despite no judges scoring the exhibition bout. The pair box over eight rounds in September 12, marking the first time Tyson has fought in 15 years. 3Mike Tyson will face Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout on his comebackCredit: AP:Associated Press 3Jones and Tyson have been told NOT to try and knock each other outCredit: Getty Images But the California State Athletic Commission, who have sanctioned the exhibition, insisted neither should be looking to win by KO. Commission executive director Andy Foster told Boxing Scene: “We can’t mislead the public as to this is some kind of real fight. "They can get into it a little bit, but I don’t want people to get hurt. They know the deal. “It’s an exhibition. They can exhibit their boxing skills, but I don’t want them using their best efforts to hurt each other. "They’re going to spar hard, but they shouldn’t be going for a knockout. This isn’t...
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