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    JARED ANDERSON is chasing a fight with British heavyweight Daniel Dubois. The American rising star is 12-0 as a professional and is rapidly rising towards the top of the division. 2Highly-rated Jared Anderson is targeting a bout with Daniel DuboisCredit: Getty 2Daniel Dubois boasts an 18-1 professional recordCredit: Getty Anderson, 22, is targeting a big name for his next bout, and reckons that Dubois could fit the bill. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "I would love to fight a lot of people. "Filip Hrgovic, Carlos Takam, Daniel Dubois, there's a million names I could name, a lot of different people. "All the contenders, prospects, all the ones coming out, Luis Ortiz, Andy Ruiz, all them, anybody. I'd love to fight anybody." Read More Boxing Stories'EARN REDEMPTION' Warren names two boxers Joshua should fight before Fury showdown Further quizzed about Dubois in particular, he added: "I love that fight. "I watched his Joe Joyce fight, I seen why he lost. He's still a decent fighter though. "You can't count him out. I believe I beat him in good fashion if...
    JOE JOYCE is putting his foot down after getting sick and tired at being bypassed by his heavyweight rivals. The 36-year-old Putney powerhouse did hundreds of brutal rounds with Anthony Joshua on Team GB, sharpened up Tyson Fury in sparring and convincingly beat Daniel Dubois in 2020. 8Joe Joyce wants his heavyweight rivals to stop ducking himCredit: Reuters 8The Juggernaut faces Christian Hammer on July 2 and wants a mega-fight in SeptemberCredit: The Sun Yet his laid-back demeanour and aversion to trash talk means Joyce is still chasing that headline-grabbing leading pack, plus the likes of Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora. The Juggernaut was set to face Oleksandr Usyk two years ago until the AJ-Fury two-fight deal collapsed, letting the Ukrainian in to dethrone Joshua. And a September plan to face Joseph Parker has just fallen through after the ex-WBO heavyweight champ jumped ship to a rival broadcaster. So Joyce ditched the nice-guy act to give a rundown on his rivals in a bid to floor any of them — after he deals with Christian Hammer at Wembley on...
    Eleven and Joyce in "Stranger Things." Netflix Netflix released new teaser for "Stranger Things 4" with a peek at several upcoming scenes.  There were a few surprises in the footage, like Eleven's very Joyce-esque haircut. Netflix also made the slightly unexpected announcement that season four won't arrive until 2022. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    An uncompromising new book has warned of the dire consequences facing society as a whole if trans activism is allowed to continue unchecked.  Author and journalist Helen Joyce, who is Britain editor for The Economist, has penned Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality, which explores the impct of allowing people to be treated as the gender they identify with, rather than biological sex.  She warns it could lead to the destruction of women's rights in prisons, sports and in the workplace, and argues the importance of single-sex spaces, such as changing rooms, support groups and public toilets. Joyce says these exist for 'a reason', highlighting  the 'overwhelming majority of violence, sexual assault and harassment' suffered by females has been perpetrated by males.  Meanwhile she also raises concerns about young children being placed onto puberty blockers which she says 'fast-track' them to medical and surgical transition' - and sterilisation. She said she was prompted to write the book after speaking with detransitioners, people who 'have taken hormonal or surgical steps towards transition before realising that they had made a catastrophic mistake', some...
    Once, that would have been a statement of the obvious. Today, such a belief could get you fired. Now, a forensic book by a senior writer at The Economist argues the gender self-identification lobby is harming children, women – and trans people themselves.  Gender self-identification is often described as this generation’s civil rights battle. But for a man to declare ‘I am a woman’, and for everyone to be compelled to agree, is not, as with genuine civil rights movements, about extending privileges unjustly hoarded by a favoured group to a marginalised one. What we are facing is a fundamental redefinition of what it means for anyone to be a man or woman – the supplanting of biology and a total rewrite of society’s rules, with far-reaching consequences. Most people are supportive of ‘trans rights’ – assuming something similar to same-sex marriage and women’s franchise is being demanded. That trans people be allowed to live full lives, free from discrimination, harassment and violence and to express themselves as they wish. Such goals are worthy but they...
    WANTED: 6ft 9in switch-hitting heavyweight with new-found KO power, Russian-ballet footwork and the boxing IQ of a veteran Vegas matchmaker. If this undisputed clash is going to happen in the summer, Anthony Joshua and his team have a tough job on their hands tracking down suitable training partners to replicate the dimensions and abilities of Tyson Fury. 8Tyson Fury celebrates his stunning seventh-round TKO victory over Deontay Wilder last FebruaryCredit: PA 8Tyson Fury is set to throw down with fellow British powerhouse Anthony Joshua in the summerCredit: PA But the Gypsy King’s two-fight trilogy with KO artist Deontay Wilder has left him with an iPhone packed with numbers for ideal AJ sparring. The original clash in 2018 took Fury's camp to Big Bear in California and then down to Freddie Roach’s Wild Card gym. Joe Joyce did around 30 rounds with Fury for that iconic draw, American Jonathan Rice helped out and even AJ’s cruiserweight protege Lawrence Okolie jetted out to train alongside his mentor’s rival. David Adeleye, George Fox and Jordan Thomas were the three young Brits who were...
    DERECK CHISORA is eyeing a 2021 bout with fellow Brit Joe Joyce. That’s according to his manager David Haye, who reckons Joyce will be ‘salivating at the opportunity’ to face Chisora in a heavyweight epic next year. 3Dereck Chisora is eyeing a fight with Joe Joyce, says his manager David HayeCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd 3Joyce is one of the heavyweight division's brightest stars after beating Daniel DuboisCredit: Richard Pelham - The Sun Joyce, 35, has become the division’s latest star after his impressive stoppage of highly-rated youngster Daniel Dubois. The former Olympian cleverly outboxed his less experienced foe, who is now out for five months with a cracked eye socket and a bleed on his retina. Joyce is now looking for his next fight and has made no secret of his desire to take on Oleksandr Usyk. However, the Ukrainian is in line to face Anthony Joshua should Tyson Fury be forced into a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder. But Chisora, 36, whose last fight was a defeat to Usyk, is now ready to take on Joyce as he aims...
    JOE JOYCE has warned heavyweight rivals Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury that only a world title will make up for his 2016 Olympic robbery. The Juggernaut, 35, should have been launched into a mega-money pro career, like Audley Harrison and AJ enjoyed, after the Rio games but he got stuck with a controversial silver. 5Joe Joyce has his eyes on a world title after stopping Daniel Dubois in the tenth round on Saturday nightCredit: Getty Images - Getty Saturday night’s emphatic win over new golden boy Daniel Dubois secured the 6ft 6in giant with the iron chin the British, Commonwealth and European titles and a jump up the rankings. But the 12-0 KO artist with the penchant for painting and a fine art degree, insists he will not be satisfied until he has one of the four major belts currently shared by his fellow Brits and former sparring partners. “There's only a small circle of elite heavyweight fighters and I believe I'm in that circle or I'm on the outside edging in and if I win a world title next...
    University of California Berkeley visiting professor and author Joyce Carol Oates equated President Trump's supporters' attitude towards coronavirus to that of Germans who 'adjusted to living' with the Holocaust as it happened. Oates, 82, who is an English professor, tweeted Thursday that: 'for many pro-T***p Americans, the pandemic is like the Holocaust to many Germans: they knew what was happening but adjusted to living with it in indifference or, in some cases, profiting from it.' She added that 'only if affected personally do people seem to care.' Author Joyce Carol Oates raised eyebrows Thursday with her tweet comparing Trump supporters' attitudes towards coronavirus with that of some Germans under the Nazis  Oates made the statement while responding to a tweet by a journalist who expressed surprise at the number of people 'shrugging' off the pandemic despite the number deaths RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Don Jr tests positive for coronavirus: Trump's eldest son... Donald Trump returns to the White House briefing room... Share this article Share Oates penned the tweet in...
    Loading the player... Rep. Joyce Beatty of Ohio has formally announced her candidacy for Congressional Black Caucus Chair in order to “build on the successes that we already have.” Read More: Ohio Congresswoman Joyce Beatty was pepper sprayed at Columbus protest Beatty has been proudly serving in Ohio’s Third Congressional District since 2013 and is currently the 1st Vice-Chair of the CBC. The COVID-19 pandemic, economic turmoil, and social justice are the three top priorities she wants the upcoming 117th Congress to specifically focus on. In an exclusive interview with theGrio, Rep. Beatty explains why she wants to lead the organization as it celebrates its 50th anniversary next year. (Credit: Rep. Joyce Beatty) “When you serve in the Congress and you have an opportunity to be a part of this amazing organization, I think many of us aspire to having that dream that one day you can be the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, following in giant footsteps like Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, who now speaks to the nation and people listen,” Beatty says. On Monday, Beatty...
    By NICK PERRY, Associated Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Qantas plans to cut at least 6,000 jobs and keep 15,000 more workers on extended furloughs as Australia's largest airline tries to survive the coronavirus pandemic. Qantas announced a plan Thursday to reduce costs by billions of dollars and raise fresh capital. The plan includes grounding 100 planes for a year or more and immediately retiring its six remaining Boeing 747 planes. Chief Executive Alan Joyce said the airline has to become smaller as it braces for several years of much lower revenues. He said the furloughed workers faced a long interruption to their airline careers. “The actions that we’re taking will have a huge impact on thousands of our people. This is something that weighs very heavily on all of us," Joyce told reporters. “This is something that we don’t make a decision on very easily. But the collapse of billions of dollars in revenue leaves us with little choice if we are to save as many jobs as possible longer term.” Joyce said the airline entered the crisis...
    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Qantas plans to cut at least 6,000 jobs and keep 15,000 more workers on extended furloughs as Australia’s largest airline tries to survive the coronavirus pandemic. Qantas announced a plan Thursday to reduce costs by billions of dollars and raise fresh capital. The plan includes grounding 100 planes for a year or more and immediately retiring its six remaining Boeing 747 planes. Chief Executive Alan Joyce said the airline has to become smaller as it braces for several years of much lower revenues. He said the furloughed workers faced a long interruption to their airline careers. “The actions that we’re taking will have a huge impact on thousands of our people. This is something that weighs very heavily on all of us,” Joyce told reporters. “This is something that we don’t make a decision on very easily. But the collapse of billions of dollars in revenue leaves us with little choice if we are to save as many jobs as possible longer term.” Joyce said the airline entered the crisis in a better position...
    Thomas JoyceDanny Moloshok | Reuters Thomas Joyce, former CEO of high-speed trading firm Knight Capital Group, resigned from the police commission of his Connecticut hometown after a complaint to town leaders about Twitter posts that included calling for law-enforcement "profiling" of Muslims. Joyce, who now heads the life sciences firm Nanobeak Biotech, also had written in tweets, which were cited by the complaint, about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in sexist terms, and said that Hollywood figures who dressed in black during an awards event to protest sexual harassment were themselves "dressed like sex objects." "Gee, shocking ... A young Muslim man trying to kill people. Where have I heard that before?" Joyce wrote in a September 2016 tweet. "Time for profiling, not for PC." PC is an acronym for political correctness. In August 2018, four years after the Republican was first appointed to the Darien Police Commission, Joyce in a Twitter post seemed to criticize New York City police for arresting a man who had groped a woman. "A guy in NYC was arrested and made to take the perp...
    “It is going to be the first line in my obituary.” — Jim Joyce It is not this simple: Joyce missed a call and the Astros committed baseball sins that rocked the sport. It is not that kind of straight line. From there to here. A lot happened in between. And MLB was probably on a path toward expanded and elaborate instant replay had Joyce never deprived Armando Galarraga of authoring what at the time would have been the 19th perfect game of the modern era. Notice that the words “deprived of immortality” were not used there. Because as even Galarraga concedes these days, a decade later, “I am way more famous because of what happened than if I just had gotten the perfect game.” When the Indians-Tigers game began on June 2, 2010, Joyce was viewed as far more capable at his job than Galarraga. Annual surveys of players and executives would always rank Joyce near the top of major league umpires. As Johnny Damon, who was the Tigers’ starting left fielder that night said, “Jim was like Joe...
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