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{SPOILERS] WWE NXT Results 8/26/2015, Enzo Amore Hypes Show

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The spoilers for tonights WWE NXT event are below Enzo Amore, Colin Cassady, Zack Ryder Mojo Rawley defeated Dash Wilder, Scott Dawson, Chad Gable Jason Jordan. Eva Marie defeated Carmella. Bull Dempsey defeated Elias Samson. Emma defeated Charlotte, Dana Brooke, Becky Lynch.NXT can be seen on the WWE Network tonight at 800 PM ESTWhere Brooklyn at Where Brooklyn at Where Brooklyn at Where Brooklyn at … Tune into https//t.co/zJBqWzUC37 Enzo Amore WWEAaLLday21 August 26, 2015
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News Woman Alison Parker Who Was Murdered Today, Posted This Photo Earlier This Year

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Big E has also retweeted the photo…On WDBJ7 I got to meet some WWE wrestlers at the BerglundCenter Bringing out my inner fighter pic.twitter.com/HYw5G6pU25 Alison Parker AParkerWDBJ7 November 17, 2014
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Darren Young Responds To Twitter Backlash Over Total Divas Camera Man

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WWE Superstar Darren Young has responded to negative backlash after he publicized tweets and photos of advances from a Total Divas camera man.He tweetedIts a shame that some people cant be happy for others. Relationships are hard to maintain so when you see someone committed to their partner, why must you try and destroy something that he worked so hard for Respect is mutual. You need to give it in order to receive it. Blockthehate Spreadtheword Passalong
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Mick Foley Angry At Amanda For “Slut-Shaming” Sara Lee On Tough Enough

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WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley has lashed out at Amanda for slut-shaming Sara Lee on the finale episode of WWE Tough Enough on Tuesday evening.Below is what what he posted on FacebookTHE NIGHT MICK GOT MADYes, I kind of lost it for a few minutes while watching the season finale of WWE Tough Enough. Although I hadnt commented publicly on the show since the ouster of Patrick Clark seven weeks ago, Id been watching with my younger kids who claim its best show ever, in the history of TV and have actually enjoyed the shows the past few weeks when the emphasis was put on wrestling, instead of random challenges. I hadnt planned on commenting on the show, voting, or telling anyone who to vote for.Then I heard it Amanda publicly exposing rumors of Sara Lees sex life, in an an attempt to sway voters against her. My immediate thought she just slut-shamed Sara Lee on national television and it struck me as a hateful, petty, vindictive thing to do. Alas, for Amanda, the tactic seemed to backfire, and the bikini model from Yorktown Heights lost in a nearly 2-1 landslide, despite having advantages in almost every category that would seem to matter beauty, body, athleticism, a save from The Miz, and her self-professed it factor.So I broke my silence, sent out a tweet about how I felt about the situation, and could not have been happier with the outcome of the show. Someone pointed out to me that, in fairness to Amanda, that apparently there was evidence, Mick. To which I replied I dont give a crap if there was evidence it was mean-girl bullying, and the antithesis of showing tolerance and respect.Theres a chance probably a good chance that WWE will hire Amanda to a developmental contract. If they do, I suggest they give her a little talk about sexual bullying, or slut-shaming described by the Urban Dictionary as an unfortunate phenomenon in which people degrade or mock a woman because she enjoys having sex, has sex a lot, or may even just be rumored to participate in sexual activity. I wish one of the judges, coaches or other participants would have publicly acknowledged Amandas accusation. They didnt. So I have.Whats the big deal Simple. Slut-shaming affects lives. It destroys lives. Sometimes, when the burden of public shaming becomes too much to bear, it can even end them.Ive put my time and money behind what I believe, which is the reason Im proud to be part of the upcoming UnSlut A Documentary Film. Please watch and share the trailer. You might just make the world a little better place for all mankind. Just turn down the volume if youre watching at work.that S word come flying out at you a few times. https//www.youtube.com/watchvZXvh9c79gqg
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WNS Video: Wilds' War Cry – SummerSlam, Dick Punching Undertaker

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Youre the Undertaker, stop dick punching.Wilds, Chris, and Cary breakdown the biggest wrestling event of the summer, discussing what did and did not work at SummerSlam.We insist you leave comments for us on Twitter, YouTube, or here on the site.Follow Cary on Twitter https//twitter.com/IvotianFollow Ulysses on Twitter https//twitter.com/Wii_Cho_Follow Chris on Twitter https//twitter.com/HEELCkauffTwitter StephenWildsYouTube https//www.youtube.com/user/SerenitysBaneBLANKMANinc. – http//www.blankmaninc.com/author/serenitysbane/Gaming Rebellion -http//www.gamingrebellion.com/author/stephenwilds/
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Groves: I'll knock Jack out

Last Updated: 26/08/15 9:02pm

Badou Jack and George Groves will compete for the WBC super-middleweight world title in Las Vegas on September 12

Badou Jack and George Groves will compete for the WBC super-middleweight world title in Las Vegas on September 12

Badou Jack and George Groves will compete for the WBC super-middleweight world title in Las Vegas on September 12

George Groves will attempt to knock out WBC super-middleweight world champion Badou Jack when the two meet next month.

Groves and Jack go head to head at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on September 12 on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather’s fight against Andre Berto.

The bout represents Jack’s first defence of the title he won by beating Anthony Dirrell on points four months ago.

The Stockholm-born champion has won 19 of his 21 matches to date – a record which has seen Jack sign with Mayweather Promotions, a further endorsement of his credentials.

But despite such associations, Groves – who hopes to fit in one more contest in 2015 after this one – is confident he can take the title inside the distance.

“I saw him win the title in Chicago in April and he’s a good fighter – anyone in this level is a good fighter,” he told Sky Sports News HQ. “Floyd Mayweather’s team are winners but he’s not going to be a winner on fight night.

“As good as he is, we know we’ve got a plan to beat him. He does everything well but nothing exceptional and I feel I’m better than him in all departments. Hopefully I’ll win over a few American fans in the process.

“We’ve both been knocked out before and people will be looking at that. He got blitzed in one round and maybe he got caught cold.

“Defensively he’s very good and he punches very well but there are gaps. I’ve boxed on so many away cards and I never plan on letting the opponent hear the final bell; the same goes for Jack.”

Groves has made a full recovery from the black eye, initially reported as a ‘minor head injury’, he suffered during a three-day spell training with the Royal Marines in late June.

George Groves is now fully recovered from his black eye

George Groves is now fully recovered from his black eye

George Groves is now fully recovered from his black eye

“That’s all sorted out,” he said. “I think it was blown out of all proportion. I had a black eye but if you’re a boxer like me you get them from time to time.

“I’m in a great place and I’m ready to rock. I feel like I’m in fantastic shape and it feels like I’m counting down the minutes.”

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Cleverly: Fonfara 'a doorway'

Last Updated: 26/08/15 9:15pm

Nathan Cleverly is eager to return to the top as a light-heavyweight

Nathan Cleverly is eager to return to the top as a light-heavyweight

Nathan Cleverly is eager to return to the top as a light-heavyweight

Nathan Cleverly is confident victory over Andrzej Fonfara can speed up his return to the top of the light-heavyweight division.

The 28-year-old Welshman (29-2-KO15) takes on the dangerous Fonfara in Chicago on October 16 having taken just 25 seconds to stop Tomas Man in May last time out.

Cleverly stepped up to cruiserweight in the wake of handing his WBO world light-heavyweight title over to Sergey Kovalev two years ago – but is back down in weight and confident he can re-establish himself as the world’s best.

He said: “This is a major platform for me to prove that I am more than capable of becoming world champion again.

“If I beat Fonfara it’s a doorway fight to the world title and establishing myself as one of the best light heavyweights once again.

This is a major platform for me to prove that I am more than capable of becoming world champion again.

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“Fonfara is a good fighter. He’s tall, has power and has moved up through the levels in his career. I am looking forward to coming over to Chicago and I am very confident that our styles will blend well for a really exciting fight.”

Fonfara (27-3-KO16) was last in action in April when he recorded a shock stoppage of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr – and is relishing fighting in his adopted hometown of Chicago.

“I’m excited to return to my hometown of Chicago on this big fight night against a world class fighter like Nathan Cleverly,” said Fonfara.

Coldwell: Mac in it for money

Last Updated: 26/08/15 4:29pm

Jamie McDonnell boxes for financial reasons, says his trainer

Jamie McDonnell boxes for financial reasons, says his trainer

Jamie McDonnell boxes for financial reasons, says his trainer

Jamie McDonnell is not in love with boxing and fights purely for money, says the world champion’s trainer and manager Dave Coldwell.

The 29-year-old defends the WBA bantamweight title for the third time on September 6 when he renews hostilities with Tomoki Kameda, who he beat via unanimous decision in Texas in May.

But ahead of McDonnell’s clash in America, Coldwell said in an interview published on bleacherreport.com: “[McDonnell] is not in love with the sport. He’s in love with the fact that he can fight and it makes him money.

“Everyone is driven by something. His passion is earning money for his family – he’s driven to do that.”

In his pursuit of bigger purses, McDonnell has discussed the possibility of stepping up to face super-bantamweight world champions Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg.

Coldwell said of the situation: “What we’ve

Stage is set for McCrory

Last Updated: 26/08/15 4:04pm

Glenn McCrory to star in a play at Leicester Square Theatre

Glenn McCrory to star in a play at Leicester Square Theatre

Glenn McCrory to star in a play at Leicester Square Theatre

Former world champion Glenn McCrory will make his theatrical debut in ‘The Birds’ this autumn.

The Sky Sports‘ pundit and one-time IBF world cruiserweight king will tread the boards as ‘Nat’ in Conor McPherson’s play, which is directed by award-winning director Adam Morley.

A press release from the Leicester Square Theatre read: “This atmospheric post-apocalyptic chiller is set in a world where society has

Scott warning for Wilder

Last Updated: 26/08/15 2:47pm

Deontay Wilder has been warned over Johann Duhaupas' capability

Deontay Wilder has been warned over Johann Duhaupas' capability

Deontay Wilder has been warned over Johann Duhaupas’ capability

Deontay Wilder cannot afford to take challenger Johann Duhaupas lightly when they meet on September 26, says Malik Scott.

The unbeaten WBC world heavyweight champion (34-0-KO33) takes on France’s Duhaupas (32-2-KO20) in Alabama amid suggestions the bout is merely a warm-up for Wilder’s prospective clash with Alexander Povetkin.

But Scott, who was halted by the 29-year-old Wilder inside a round in March 2014, is confident Duhaupas presents a legitimate challenge and also talked up his fellow American’s previous opponent, Eric Molina.

In an interview reported on boxingnewsonline.net, Scott said: