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    DEONTAY WILDER will "NEVER" settle his bad blood with Tyson Fury and "most definitely" wants a FOURTH fight with his arch rival. The heavyweight feud looked to be settled after Fury knocked Wilder out in their epic October 2021 trilogy classic. 2Tyson Fury has been called out to a fourth fight with Deontay WilderCredit: Reuters But the American reopened allegations that his great nemesis cheated in their rematch and refuses bygones be bygones. Wilder told FightHype: “Nah, never, because I know the truth behind that. “I don’t condone cheating and s*** like that. I know that no matter what people say.” The pair first drew in 2018, after Fury largely outboxed Wilder but did get dropped twice. READ MORE IN BOXINGFOUR REAL? Fury hilariously reacts to confirmation he could fight Wilder for a FOURTH time In their rematch two years on, the British superstar won in seven one-sided rounds to win the WBC belt. But Wilder listed several baseless claims that Fury had cheated, including loading his gloves with WEIGHTS and his water...
    Getty Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Jodie Meeks. It’s been a rough 10 years for the Los Angeles Lakers. After winning five championships between 1999 and 2010, the team has struggled to find consistency. Since the 2012-2013 season, Los Angeles has won two playoff games outside of the championship run in 2019-2020. This most recent season was easily the most disappointing the team has had in decades. They went into the season as one of the favorites to win the championships but couldn’t even get into the play-in tournament. The Lakers will need to undergo some major roster changes but options are limited. Perhaps looking to a familiar face who played with Kobe Bryant could be an option. Jodie Meeks played two seasons in Los Angeles between 2012 and 2014. His last season with the team was quite impressive as he averaged 15.7 points a game and hit 40.1% of his threes. The last time he played in the NBA, he was a member of the Toronto Raptors during their 2019 championship run. He’s been out of the...
    Win McNamee/Getty Images A shocking new poll finds that a convincing majority of Republicans believe a bizarre conspiracy theory that undergirds the QAnon movement and inspired an attack in Washington, DC. Respondents to a The Economist/YouGov poll published this week were asked to rate the truth of several conspiracy theories, including the false claim that “Top Democrats are involved in elite child sex-trafficking rings.” That claim inspired a gunman to attack a pizzeria in Washington, DC and is a central tenet of the QAnon following. While most Americans don’t believe that statement to be true, among Republican respondents, 52 percent said it’s either “Definitely true” (20%) or “Probably true” (32%) that “Top Democrats are involved in elite child sex-trafficking rings.” Among Democratic voters, 13 percent said it’s either “Definitely true” (5%) or “Probably true” (8%), and among independent voters, 30 percent said it’s either “Definitely true” (10%) or “Probably true” (20%). An even greater percentage of Republicans believe that “Regardless of who is officially in charge of the government and other organizations, there is a single group of people who secretly...
    Ronald Acuña Jr. has been unable to play in MLB since last summer because of injury, but he has not let that stop him from being one of the league’s coolest players. Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. has been out of games since last summer due to a torn ACL, which has given him ample time to give support to fans. In a tweet posted by Cut4, he is shown giving a fist bump to one of his fans after a strong catch in right field. .@ronaldacunajr24 gave this fan a fist bump after making a catch in right and we are SO JEALOUS (????: @afguy31) pic.twitter.com/CTLFZNlaNX — Cut4 (@Cut4) April 20, 2022 Acuña Jr. ran to make a perfect catch in right field which was followed by a heartfelt fist-bump to a fan. He started in the Triple-A game on Tuesday in rehabilitation for MLB, playing a strong game.Ronald Acuña Jr. is making a strong comeback toward MLBIn Acuña Jr.’s first start at Triple-A he hit a double, leading fans to believe he will come back to MLB...
    Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles says her three-carat diamond engagement ring from her NFL player fiancé Jonathan Owens 'definitely beats a gold medal.'  Owens, 26, popped the question to Biles, 24, in a gazebo at sunset on Valentine's Day, presenting her with an oval diamond ring designed by jeweler ZoFrost. Speaking with her fiancé on the Today show this morning, Biles beamed as she admitted it was a better piece of bling than her four gold Olympic medals.  'It's definitely my most prized possession now and I'm always wearing it,' she said. 'I was washing my hair the other day and I took it off, just in case — I didn't know if it was gonna get caught or anything — and I have to ask my mom, "When do you take it off, do you ever take it off?" and stuff like that. But it definitely beats a gold medal.' Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles says her three-carat diamond engagement ring from her NFL player fiancé Jonathan Owens 'definitely beats a gold medal' Speaking with her fiancé on the Today show this morning, Biles...
    LOS ANGELES -- Amy Schneider continues to climb the "Jeopardy!" leaderboard. With her 39th victory on Monday's episode, Schneider unseated Matt Amodio to claim the second-place spot for most consecutive games won in the show's history.Schneider is now second only to Ken Jennings, who racked up 74 consecutive wins in 2004. Amodio, now in third place, logged 38 wins last year.As of Monday's episode, her winnings total $1,319,800. She is the winningest woman in the show's history and one of only four "Jeopardy!" players to reach seven figures in regular-season winnings."It still feels unreal," Schneider said Monday. "Knowing that I had this chance, I was definitely thinking about it. Then Ken said it, and I thought, 'Alright, I just accomplished this huge thing,' and it was pretty great."While Schneider may have bested Amodio this time around, they both are set to compete in the next edition of the Tournament of Champions."I'm definitely looking forward to it. I'm also a little bit intimidated by it. When I first started, I wasn't sure if I might be going up against Matt Amodio...
    THEY may belong to one of the most families in the world - but that doesn't mean Princess Charlotte and Prince George don't squabble like any other ordinary siblings. In his new Apple+ podcast Time to Walk, the Duke gave listeners an insight into mornings in the Cambridge household as he took a stroll around the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. 2Prince William revealed his two eldest children squabble over the choice of music in the morningsCredit: AP He explained: "What I've been amazed by is how much my children already have inherited my family's love of music. "Most mornings there's a massive fight between Charlotte and George as to what song is played. "And I have to, now, basically prioritise that one day someone does this one, and another day it's someone else's turn. 'So, George gets his go, then Charlotte gets her go. Such is the clamour for the music. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "One of the songs that the children are loving at the moment is Shakira, Waka...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – We are nearing that time of the year where groceries stores are filled with people getting their items for Thanksgiving. “Where are you shopping today at Publix? ‘Yes, I was getting some stuff, but I have noticed that prices have increased significantly.’ Taking into account last year,” said grocery shopper Isabella Vernal. READ MORE: Measures Taken To Prevent Another 'Astroworld' At Tortuga Music FestivalShe said she has noticed her wallet is taking a hit. “Well, I just spent 30 dollars on four things. So they have definitely increased.” And she is not the only one. “Now it is a completely different story. The average bill is definitely 10% higher,” said Jan and Ana Ramos. According to new government figures, beef prices are up 20% since last year. READ MORE: South Florida Caravan This Weekend In Support Of Cuban PeopleThe labor department says inflation has hit a thirty-one-year high, with prices rising including food, gas, and rent at more than double the rate we have seen in recent decades. Prices typically rise about 2-3% a year. But since...
    Dwayne Johnson Travels to N.Y.C. for Exciting XFL Meeting Ahead of Leagues Relaunch Homeownership Becoming Increasingly Unattainable as Price Growth Continues To Break Records Monthly The Buccaneers wild win over the Patriots on Sunday didn't just allow Tom Brady to get revenge on his old team, the victory also allowed Brady to enter a very exclusive club. Thanks to the victory, Brady is now just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to defeat all 32 teams, joining Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Brett Favre.  © Provided by CBS Sports Now that Brady has beaten every team at least one time, Jim Gray had a very interesting question for him on the latest episode of the "Let's Go!" podcast that Gray and Brady host together (Seriously, Brady has his own podcast).  During Monday's show, Gray asked Brady which team is his favorite one to beat. Brady could have said the Rams (he's beaten them twice in the Super Bowl) or the Falcons (he's 9-0 all-time against Atlanta, including that wild win in Super Bowl LI) or even the Bills (He's...
    Bidens infrastructure plan calls for cities to limit single-family zoning and instead build affordable housing Theres optimism and can-do spirit outside Washington: Our Towns documentary shows it During the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, Naya Tapper admitted that she held doubts regarding a vaccine against infection. USOPC will not track or mandate vaccines for Olympians, athletes still eager for shots USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Police report Tiger Woods was driving 82 mph before crash with no signs of braking USA TODAY SPORTS Shaq surprises students by joining online classroom USA TODAY SPORTS NFL mock draft 5.0: Jets find their franchise QB to replace Sam Darnold USA TODAY SPORTS Diver appears to play hockey underwater USA TODAY SPORTS Baylor ends Gonzagas undefeated bid, win programs first ever national title USA TODAY SPORTS Hubert Davis named North Carolinas next mens basketball coach USA TODAY SPORTS Zach Wilson or Justin Fields? What will Jets do with...
    Skepticism about the COVID-19 vaccine has fallen steadily in California as inoculations increase. But resistance still remains particularly high among one group: Republicans. In a poll released late Tuesday by the Public Policy Institute of California, 26% of registered Republicans said they will definitely not get vaccinated, and 13% said they probably won’t be. The 39% hesitancy rate is the highest of any group surveyed. The poll of 1,706 adult residents mirrors similar results in other recent U.S. polls and challenges the assertion that that the highest rates of vaccine skepticism are among Black and Latino residents. The data also lays out another potential roadblock on California’s already rocky path to herd immunity through vaccination. About 29% of Black Californians said they would probably or definitely refuse the vaccine, down from 55% in January. Among Latinos, 22% are hesitant, a rate that has remained unchanged in the last two months. The rate of Republicans who said they would not get vaccinated has declined only slightly since January, dropping four percentage points from 43%, the pollsters found. ...
    TAMPA (CBSMiami) – While a majority of Americans say they will probably get a COVID-19 vaccination, many remain concerned about the safety of recently approved vaccines, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the University of South Florida. According to the survey’s findings, more than a third (38 percent) said that they “will definitely get vaccinated” in the coming months. More than half (59 percent) said they would either “definitely” or “probably get vaccinated”, while roughly a quarter (23 percent) said they will “probably not” or “definitely not get vaccinated.” More than a quarter (29 percent) of those questioned said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Roughly one-third of respondents (33 percent) said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are safe. The survey noted there were some minor differences across demographic groups. Sixty-four percent of male respondents said they “probably” or “definitely get vaccinated” compared to 53 percent of women....
    TAMPA (CBSMiami) – While a majority of Americans say they will probably get a COVID-19 vaccination, many remain concerned about the safety of recently approved vaccines, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the University of South Florida. According to the survey’s findings, more than a third (38 percent) said that they “will definitely get vaccinated” in the coming months. More than half (59 percent) said they would either “definitely” or “probably get vaccinated”, while roughly a quarter (23 percent) said they will “probably not” or “definitely not get vaccinated.” More than a quarter (29 percent) of those questioned said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Roughly one-third of respondents (33 percent) said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are safe. The survey noted there were some minor differences across demographic groups. Sixty-four percent of male respondents said they “probably” or “definitely get vaccinated” compared to 53 percent of women....
    TAMPA (CBSMiami) – While a majority of Americans say they will probably get a COVID-19 vaccination, many remain concerned about the safety of recently approved vaccines, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the University of South Florida. According to the survey’s findings, more than a third (38 percent) said that they “will definitely get vaccinated” in the coming months. More than half (59 percent) said they would either “definitely” or “probably get vaccinated”, while roughly a quarter (23 percent) said they will “probably not” or “definitely not get vaccinated.” More than a quarter (29 percent) of those questioned said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Roughly one-third of respondents (33 percent) said that they are either “not very confident” or “not at all confident” that the recently approved vaccines are safe. The survey noted there were some minor differences across demographic groups. Sixty-four percent of male respondents said they “probably” or “definitely get vaccinated” compared to 53 percent of...
    Nashville has had a tough year with tornadoes, a derecho, and now an explosion Witness recalls chilling warning before blast in Nashville that injured 3 These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/51 SLIDES © Lindsay Conchar...
    DENVER (AP) — Michael Ojemudia was summoned to the place no rookie wants to go — his head coach’s office. A hard-to-hear conversation ensued as the Denver Broncos cornerback was demoted earlier this season. Friendly words of advice from Vic Fangio followed — work on his technique and stay ready, because anything can happen. Ojemudia took the words to heart and now is getting a second chance in a depleted secondary. The third-round pick out of Iowa has 12 tackles and a pass defensed over the last two games. “It was a tough conversation,” said Ojemudia, who still played a role on special teams as he worked his way back into the cornerback rotation. “As a competitor you never want to sit and watch. During the week, my mindset never really changed. I always kept working. … It definitely sucked, but it’s just part of the growth process.” Ojemudia (pronounced oh-jay-MOO-dee-uh) has shown flashes of his skills this season, such as two forced fumbles and seven tackles in a win at New England on Oct 18. But he’s also...
    More On: COVID vaccine Fauci says Biden, Harris and Trump should get COVID vaccine ASAP As vaccines roll out, doubters rush to take credit Some states to begin vaccinations at nursing homes this week These selfless medical workers pulled New Yorkers through horrors of COVID-19 Seven out of 10 Americans say they will “definitely or probably” get a COVID-19 vaccine, a new survey has found. The new statistic — 71 percent — is a considerable jump from September, when 63 percent said they’d get the jab, according to a poll Tuesday from the Kaiser Family Foundation. The nonprofit health research organization surveyed 1,676 adults amid fears from experts that not enough Americans trust the coronavirus vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, has said that around 75 to 80 percent of the population would need to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity. Twenty-seven percent of those recently surveyed said they would “definitely or probably” not get vaccinated. “This group is disproportionately made up of Republicans and of people with no more than a high-school level education,”...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Denzel Mims waited a long time before his hamstring felt good enough for him to get on the practice field. The New York Jets rookie wide receiver left no doubt as to whether he’ll be healthy enough to play in the season opener. “Most definitely,” a confident Mims said Wednesday after participating in his first practice of training camp. The second-round draft pick out of Baylor had been sidelined all of camp after injuring a hamstring a few days before the team’s first practice on Aug. 14. Mims had been gradually working his way back, with the Jets being cautious as to not re-injure his hamstring. On Wednesday, he participated in individual drills and the team plans to increase his workload in the days leading up to the Jets’ opening game at Buffalo on Sept. 13. “It’s the first time I’ve seen him get to run routes live,” coach Adam Gase said. “It was good to see him moving around. He looked like he was running well. I know we didn’t do anything crazy, but...
    MAMA June's daughter Pumpkin has revealed she and husband Josh are trying for a second baby. The reality TV pair are parents to two-year-old daughter Ella, but sharing a new family snap on Instagram, Pumpkin told fans that she is "definitely trying" to expand her brood. 9Pumpkin and Josh are parents to daughter Ella 9 Pumpkin - real name Lauryn - posted a picture of her and Josh cuddling up to each other and added: "Old to us new to y’all. I love you big head @official_josh_efird." One fan then commented: "Y'all need to have another baby! Love y'all!" In reply, Pumpkin said: "most definitely trying." The mom-of-one and Josh have also taken legal guardianship of her younger sister Honey Boo Boo, as their mom June continues to battle addiction and legal issues. 9She revealed they are "definitely" trying for a second baby 9Alana is currently living with her older sisterCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9The two sisters are closeCredit: Splash News The former Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star is staying with her older sister Pumpkin as Mama, 40, awaits...
    US daily case count shoots back up over 50,000 Fast Food Breakfast Has ‘Dried Up’ As Many People Arent Commuting To Work Dog Takes Bite From Rattlesnake to Save Owners from Venomous Reptile: Most Definitely a Hero A dog in Rapid City, South Dakota has saved the day — taking a rattlesnake bite and warning its owners of the venomous reptile. © Provided by People Courtesy Devin Diede Devin Diede and his wife, Alex, were hiking last week on Centennial Trail, a route in the Black Hills National Forest, when they came upon the rattlesnake, they told local news station KEVN. Their dog, an 11-year-old Yorkshire terrier named Bear, noticed the rattlesnake before the couple did, and ended up getting bit. "Alex would have stepped on the snake and [it would've] bit her if Bear had not been there to take the bite," Devin told the outlet. © Provided by People Courtesy Devin Diede © Provided by People Courtesy Devin Diede RELATED: Rescue Dog Saves Sleeping Tennessee Family After Alerting Owner to House Fire Next Door Bear took the...
    Carson Soucy was among the handful of Wild players who returned to TRIA Rink last week. It marked the first time in what felt like forever that the 25-year-old defenseman from Canada was back on the ice with his teammates. When the NHL halted the 2019-20 season on March 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic, Soucy already had spent nearly a month away from the team as he recovered from a wrist injury. Needless to say the timing of everything couldn’t have been much worse. “I think I was cleared to skate the day after we all got shut down,” Soucy said. “I was just gearing up to get back on the ice and then this whole thing happens and I’m not allowed to skate for another few months.” That made his return to TRIA Rink that much sweeter last week. He spent most of the self-quarantine period in his hometown of Irma, Alberta, and returned to the Twin Cities about a week ago as the NHL has started to allow small group workouts. “Just to...
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