Sport Juan Espino says he wants Sakai, Overeem, Lewis level of jump in competition
After 22-month layoff, 'TUF 28' winner Juan Espino out to stay busy: 'I want to fight and fight'
wants to make up for lost time. The winner of Season 28 of "The Ultimate Fighter" is hoping to stay active now that he's making a return to UFC competition. Espino (9-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC) fights Saturday against Jeff Hughes at UFC 253 in Abu Dhabi. The bout…The winner of Season 28 of “The Ultimate Fighter” is hoping to stay active now that he’s making a return to UFC competition. Espino (9-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC) fights Saturday against Jeff Hughes at UFC 253 in Abu Dhabi. The bout marks Espino’s first contest since being crowned champion of “TUF 28” in November 2018.
ABU DHABI – Juan Espino beat Jeff Hughes with a first-round submission Saturday on the preliminary card at UFC 253 in Abu Dhabi.
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Marseille allege Neymar made racist remarks towards Japan's Sakai
Marseille claim to have footage of Neymar racially abusing Japanese right-back Hiroki Sakai during their Ligue 1 win over Paris Saint-German earlier this month, a source close to the club said on Tuesday. The individual said Andre Villas-Boas's side have evidence of the Brazil forward making the comments on two occasions. A Marseille spokesperson refused to confirm the allegations. "We have no comment. We entrust all our expertise and analysis to the examiners" of the league, they said.
Georgia voters choose short-term successor to John Lewis .
November’s general election will decide the full two-year congressional term, which begins in January. None of the candidates in the special election are on the ballot for November, but all say the vote is still important, citing the symbolism of having someone occupying the 5th Congressional District seat as well as practical concerns about making sure the district has a voice in any action Congress might take on COVID-19 relief and other issues.