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    ANTHONY JOSHUA'S preparations are ramping up with his mammoth rematch against Oleksandr Usyk less than three weeks away. The 32-year-old is bidding to win back his world titles when the pair face off in Saudi Arabia on August 20. 6Anthony Joshua has a specially designed gym in Saudi Arabia as he nears his fight with Oleksandr UsykCredit: https://www.instagram.com/mikegoodall.boxing/ 6Joshua's brutal looking camp includes various gym equipmentCredit: https://www.instagram.com/mikegoodall.boxing/ 6AJ is currently in Saudi Arabia preparing for the boutCredit: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyjoshua/?hl=en And Joshua is sparing no expense to ensure his preparations are as best as they can possibly be. AJ's setup in Jeddah has been organised by Ringcraft, who have shared an inside look of his camp to Instagram. The Watford-born fighter has a ring for sparring, plus a host of different types of boxing equipment. There are punchbags and speedballs in the specially designed gym. READ MORE SUN STORIESJEDDAH READY Inside Joshua Saudi camp for Usyk bout after private jet flight Then on the other side of the floor there are running machines, cycling machines and weights. AJ has made sure...
    FORMER tennis star Alexandr Dolgopolov has admitted he could 'kill or be killed' after returning to his native Ukraine to enlist and fight Russia's invasion. Like compatriot Sergiy Stakhovsky, 33-year-old Dolgopolov has swapped his racquets for guns in the last 12 months. 3Alexandr Dolgopolov shakes Roger Federer's hand at Wimbledon in 2017Credit: Times Newspapers Ltd The former world No13 has admitted that it wasn't a difficult decision to go back and fight. He told Sports Illustrated: "It was a hard decision as in ‘dangerous,’ but not hard as in ‘difficult'. "We traded a racquet and strings for a gun and bullets. "You fight in sport. You fight in here, you have to put your life on it. Read More in SportTENNIS UNITED Djokovic sends WhatsApp offering 'help' to ex-tennis pro fighting in Ukraine'WE ARE STRONG' Arsenal hero Luzhny opens up on 'easy decision' to join Ukraine frontline "Maybe I’ll be killed. Maybe I have to kill. What can I say? This is war." Russian tennis players have been allowed to keep competing on the ATP and WTA tours -...
    Before Daunte Wright was shot and killed by now former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, he terrorized his local neighborhood for several years, leaving victims and their families with a lifetime's worth of trauma and suffering. Through court records and interviews with the victims, DailyMail.com can exclusively report that Wright had led a life of crime and violence before his death, having been involved in the shooting of two of his school friends, a home burglary, and had previously assaulted and robbed a young woman at gunpoint.   Wright, 20, was shot dead on April 11 after ex-cop Kim Potter reached for her gun instead of her taser during a botched traffic stop in Brooklyn Center. Potter, 49, was found guilty on two manslaughter charges on Thursday afternoon.  The fatal police-involved shooting had set off angry demonstrations for several days in the Minneapolis suburb. Daunte Wright had led a life of crime and violence in the years before his death, DailyMail.com can reveal The 20-year-old had numerous brushes with the law for firearm offenses, burglary, and assault, according to court documents. Pictured:...
    ‘It’s kill or be killed,” Navy Corpsman Maxton Soviak wrote in his final Instagram post, shared just weeks before he was killed in a terror attack in Kabul. “It’s kill or be killed, definitely trynna be on the kill side,” Soviak captioned the photo of himself in full uniform and gear with two Marines. (RELATED: ‘He Was Just A Kid’: Sister Speaks Out After Navy Corpsman Brother Identified As Victim Of Kabul Attack)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Maxton Soviak (@max_soviak) Soviak, a Navy Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman, served alongside Marines as their medic — the Marine Corps does not have its own medical service. He was killed near the Abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Thursday in a terrorist attack — claimed by ISIS-K — along with 11 Marines. Soviak was remembered by friends and family in Berlin Heights, Ohio, as someone who “just enjoyed life.” Republican Ohio Sen. Rob Portman released a statement following Soviak’s death, saying, “Jane and I are heartbroken by the death of Max Soviak,...
    The Navy corpsman who was among 13 US troops killed in a suicide blast in Afghanistan made a haunting final post on Instagram before his death. Maxton William Soviak, a medic in his early 20s from Ohio, made the tragic post on June 10, sharing a photo posing with other service members in what is believed to be Afghanistan. 'It's kill or be killed, definitely trynna be on the kill side,' he wrote in a comment on the post.  Navy corpsmen often work alongside Marines, who do not have their own medics. Eleven Marines were also killed in Thursday's attack at the Kabul airport, as well as an Army soldier, and at least 18 US servicemembers were wounded.  Maxton William Soviak (center), a medic in his early 20s, made this tragic post on June 10, writing 'It's kill or be killed, definitely trynna be on the kill side' Soviak, an Ohio native, joined the Navy after high school and became a hospital corpsman Soviak's sister Marilyn said an Instagram post that her brother was there to 'help people' RELATED...
    NICK DIAZ has vowed to 'kill or be killed' in his long-awaited return to the octagon. The former Strikeforce welterweight champion will rematch his old foe Robbie Lawler on September 25 in the co-main event of UFC 266 in Las Vegas. 4Nick Diaz will make his long-awaited return to the octagon at UFC 266Credit: Getty 4And he'll be welcomed back to the cage by former opponent Robbie LawlerCredit: Getty - Contributor Diaz's second showdown with Ruthless will mark his first octagon outing in over SIX years. And in true Diaz brother style, the Stockton slugger plans to go out on his shield. After the announcement of his return, the 37-year-old tweeted: "I want to thank my Team @CesarGracieBJJ @Elfrogito and #rossgoodman for getting s**t done. "It’s fight time. #UFC266 #KillorBeKilled #war." Diaz's last outing saw him lock horns with future UFC Hall-of-Famer Anderson Silva at UFC 183. The fan favourite suffered a unanimous decision defeat to the Brazilian, although the result was overturned to a no-contest after Silva tested positive for metabolites of an anabolic steroid and synthetic testosterone. JOIN...
    The grandmother of a 12-year-old boy who was shot in the chest on Saturday night has said New York City is a place to 'kill or be killed.'  The youngster, who is expected to survive, was fired at on a street in Brooklyn.  He had been part of a group involved in a fight earlier in the night and then later targeted in the gang-related shooting in Bedford-Stuyvesant near Malcolm X Boulevard and Madison Street at around 10pm. The grandmother of a 12-year-old boy who was shot in the chest on Saturday night has said New York City is a place to 'kill or be killed.' He is expected to survive. Pictured is the scene of the shooting from late Saturday night in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn A 12-year-old boy in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn was taken away in ambulance Saturday night after he was shot in the chest. He is expected to survive 'The neighborhood is the neighborhood. It happens all the time,' the boy's grandmother, Evette Lilly, said to the New York Post. 'He's just a...
    New York City is now a place to “kill or be killed,” says the grandmother of a 12-year-old boy shot in Brooklyn. The boy was part of a group that had been involved in a fight earlier in the night and then later targeted in the gang-related shooting in Bedford-Stuyvesant, law-enforcement sources told The Post…
    More On: shootings Chilling video shows drug dealer shoot and kill cop during traffic stop Armed naval officer reportedly kills himself after standoff in luxury Hawaii resort 12-year-old boy shot in chest while walking on NYC street Shootout in Utah leaves 2 deputies wounded; suspect dead New York City is now a place to “kill or be killed,” says the grandmother of a 12-year-old boy shot in Brooklyn. The boy was part of a group that had been involved in a fight earlier in the night and then later targeted in the gang-related shooting in Bedford-Stuyvesant, law-enforcement sources told The Post on Sunday. “The neighborhood is the neighborhood. It happens all the time,” said the shot boy’s grandmother, Evette Lilly, to The Post of the crime. She added of her injured grandson, “He’s just a normal kid who likes basketball. “Now in this city it’s kill or be killed,” Lilly said. She said her grandson is “OK” and “talking a little” at the hospital, where he is recovering. Police said the boy was shot in the chest at...
    Kalinn Williams aka ‘Khaos Williams’ made a statement on Saturday. The welterweight fighter took on a dangerous adversary in Abdul Razak Alhassan. He took all of 30 seconds to knock Alhassan out cold. In the process made himself known to the fans in a spectacular fashion.  ‘Judo Thunder’ is a knockout artist himself having secured 100% of his victories via T/KO. The finishing sequence saw ‘Khaos’ land a straight right hand on the button through the guard of Alhassan. As soon as the punch landed, Abdul was out cold stiff, with his toes curled up. The referee had to jump in to stop the fight.  Read: 5 Facts you didn’t know about Kalinn Williams  Kalinn ‘Khaos’ Williams speaks on his knockout- “I just let my hands speak for themselves” After his stunning win, Williams gave his thoughts on what transpired. He said, “This feels amazing. This is more important than that first one for me. I came in with a splash, let the division know, let the world know I was here and this one just let everybody know it...
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