Author: David Kiue

UFC on Fuel TV: Struve vs. Miocic Results, Awards, Press Conference, Interviews & More

UFC on Fuel TV: Struve vs. Miocic Results Stefan (Skyscraper) Struve took advantage of a lucky slip to earn a win at UFC on Fuel TV. Struve capitalized on Stipe Miocic’s momentary slip on the canvas and used it to land some big bombs along the fence to get a stoppage in the main event Saturday. Struve (25-5, 9-3 UFC), a six-foot-11 native of the Netherlands, won for the fourth straight time — all by stoppage — and planted himself firmly into the UFC’s heavyweight title picture with the victory. “I felt good,” Struve said. “Maybe I should have used...

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South African ex-WBO boxing champion Sanders killed by robbers

South African former world heavyweight boxing champion Cornelius “Corrie” Sanders died on Sunday after being shot by armed robbers who burst into his nephew’s 21st birthday party, the South African Broadcasting Corporation reported. Sanders, 46, was hit in the arm and the stomach when the robbers raided a restaurant outside the town of Brits in North West Province where he and other family members were attending the party, the SABC said on its website. He was rushed to hospital but died from his wounds in the early hours of Sunday. “Three guys walked in and then started shooting -unfortunately...

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Rugby-Price tag weighing down Sonny Bill Williams in Japan

Boxing All Black Sonny Bill Williams appeared to be feeling the burden of his inflated price tag in Japan as his Panasonic Wild Knights lost again on Sunday. Williams made his Tokyo debut but former New Zealand All Black Steven Bates stole his thunder with two tries in a 32-22 win for Toshiba Brave Lupus. New Zealand’s heavyweight boxing champion did score his first try in the Japanese Top League but was once again on the losing side after a defeat in Sapporo earlier this month. “It’s always disappointing when you lose,” Williams told reporters. “It was good to...

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Ricky Burns retains WBO lightweight belt with TKO

Ricky Burns of Scotland stopped Kevin Mitchell of England in the fourth round to keep his minor WBO lightweight title a second time before a partisan crowd Saturday. After Burns sent Mitchell to the canvas a second time, referee Terry O’Connor stepped in and handed Burns the TKO win, his 20th in a row. Burns (35-2, 10 KOs) quickly took charge against Mitchell (33-2, 24 KOs), and really made his mark in the fourth when a left-right combination dropped Mitchell. The Englishman recovered, but a big right put him down again. Mitchell survived the count but not another flurry, when O’Connor...

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