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Redshirt freshman quarterback Chase Griffin earned his first win as a starter for UCLA and got the game ball, but he could return to a reserve role soon.
The two former world champions met in an exhibition fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
The new policy comes in response to a US plan to import drugs from Canada.
Tyson and Jones fought to a draw
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Mike Tyson showed flashes of his younger years in exhibition bout with Roy Jones Jr. Former boxing greats Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. fought an exhibition fight on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Tyson was definitely the one that looked sharper throughout, ripping shots to the body throughout, but it was clear that neither was going headhunting. Many questioned the logic of Tyson returning to the ring at 54 years of age, although he was doing so opposite a 51-year-old Jones. Tyson, however, hadn’t fought since 2005, having lost 3 of his final four bouts at the time. Jones, meanwhile, had remained active through February 2018, having gone 12-1 in his last 13 bouts. The California State Athletic Commission signed off on the bout, though it was classified as an exhibition. The bout was supposed to be, in essence, hard sparring, with neither man looking for a knockout. That seemed a bit hard to swallow, especially considering Tyson knocked out 44 opponents in his 50 career victories and Jones KO’d 47 opponents in his 66 victories. The commission also refused to provide judges or announce a winner for the bout because of it being considered an exhibition. As part of the entertainment aspect of Tyson vs. Jones, however, the WBC provided remote scoring via celebrity judges, though they declared the outcome a draw. Tyson came out showing some good hand speed, especially at 54 years of age. He quickly went to work on the body, only occasionally swinging for the head. Jones seemed a bit overwhelmed at first, but then settled down, crouching and trying to work his jab. The first round definitely lived up to the hard sparring terms. It didn’t appear that Tyson was holding much back, but wasn’t quite the headhunter of his younger years, where he frequently took opponents out in the first three rounds. Round two started with Tyson again storming across the ring and working the body before getting his jab going, snapping Jones’s head back. Jones landed a few stinging jabs of his own, but employed a strategy of darting in and out, engaging much less frequently than Tyson. Tyson was throwing heavy leather, landing hard to the body, but mostly avoiding the big power punches to the head. Tyson and Jones clinched early in the third frame, working each other with shots to the body, though Tyson’s legendary power was still on display in his punches. At 54 years of age, that power may not be what it once was, but it is still at the core of Tyson’s ability. Just before the midway point, Tyson was still storming across the ring, the quicker fighter to engage. Jones was quicker to clinch, perhaps tiring, as Tyson ripped a couple hard right hands to the body, clearly following the athletic commission’s edict to avoid going for the knockout. If ever Jones was wide open for the head shot, it was after those brutal body blows. Jones slumped on the stool in between rounds, gasping, while Tyson appeared to be winded, but recovering quickly. He proved his stamina by again racing across the ring to start the fifth frame, blasting away at Jones’s midsection. Jones showed his weariness, again quick to clinch and work short shots to the body. Tyson backed up and landed a left hook to the head rocked caught Jones. He kept after Jones, firing off a solid combination in the waning seconds of round five that sent Jones again gasping to his corner. When the bell rang for the sixth round, Tyson was still moving quickly, bobbing and weaving, firing off quick shots that Jones couldn’t avoid; nor could he answer. Tyson started to swing with the big clubs, Jones doing all he could just to avoid the shots. Jones let loose with a few punch combinations to show his hand speed at the beginning of round seven, but they were all air punches. He didn’t look like he was even trying to land them. Tyson, however, kept pressing forward, landing body blows, as Jones did his best to slide away and avoid the shots. Another quick clinch started the final round, but Tyson pushed away and ripped a couple shots to the body. Jones found a bit of gas for the final minute, but Tyson continued to press with more shots to the body, again avoiding going for the knockout. This definitely wasn’t the fight that we would have wanted to see when either of these men were in their prime, but it was a solid display from two fighters well past their hay days. Asked outright if he would like to do the fight again with the exhibition stipulation, fighting a fully licensed professional boxing match, Tyson declined. “Naw, this is bigger than fighting. This is humanitarian. This is bigger than that.” Tyson and Jones both said they would fight each other again, seeming to be happy to show that two 50-plus men could still show their boxing skill and entertain. Tyson certainly showed himself to be in better condition than Jones, and showed moments of the brilliance from his younger years, but he wasn’t the headhunter of his 20s and 30s. Jones, despite tiring earlier in the fight, showed why he was able to continue boxing well beyond the years that are expected of most athletes, as he fought on fumes in the final minutes of the fight. But is it enough to continue promoting fights of this ilk? Do fans really want to see the fighters they marveled at in their younger years, age and fight well below their apexes, particularly in exhibition bouts? https://twitter.com/Oles_Time/status/1332921077979377666?s=20 YouTube sensation Jake Paul scores second career KO over former NBA star Youtube sensation Jake Paul promises that he isn’t playing boxing, he is fighting. He’s not in this to be a “celebrity boxer.” The same didn’t appear to hold true for his opponent on the Tyson vs. Jones card. Paul dropped former NBA star Nate Robinson with less than a minute left in the opening round. While Paul remained calm, Robinson quickly lost his composure, though he survived the round. With just under two minutes left in round two, Paul dropped Robinson again. As soon as they started up again, Paul clocked Robinson one more time, this time putting out the lights. Robinson fell face first to the canvas, laying motionless for several moments before being helped to an upright position. The fight wasn’t pretty. Neither man looked sharp. But Paul was obviously the better trained boxer in the match-up. He remained calm throughout, picking his shots, while Robinson got his feathers ruffled rather easily, leaving himself open for Paul’s power shots. The final blow came at 1:35 of round two for the knockout. https://twitter.com/espn/status/1332899773691482112?s=20 Badou Jack rebounds with dominant performance over Blake McKernan Badou Jack look sharp in his fight with Blake McKernan on Saturday. Jack beat McKernan to the punch throughout the fight, though McKernan had a few moments were he landed some heavy shots that got Jacks’ attention. The night and the fight, however, belonged to Jack, who rebounded from back-to-back losses with the unanimous decision victory to improve his record to 23-3-3. TRENDING > UFC middleweights swap opponents after Kevin Holland tests positive for COVID-19 Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. full results Tyson vs. Jones main card Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. - exhibition bout (celebrity WBC judges scored a draw)Jake Paul def. Nate Robinson by KO at 1:35, R2Badou Jack def. Blake McKernan by unanimous decision (80-72, 80-72, 80-72) Tyson vs. Jones preliminary card Jamaine Ortiz def. Sulaiman Segawa by TKO at 2:50, R7Irvin Gonzalez def. Edward Vasquez by split decision (77-75, 75-77, 77-75)Juiseppe Cusumano vs. Greg Corbin
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Fatigued by the coronavirus and Trump, the idea of going back to normal is seductive – we must guard against it“Life is going to return to normal,” Joe Biden promised on Thursday in a Thanksgiving address to the nation. He was talking about life after Covid-19, but you could be forgiven if you thought he was also making a promise about life after Trump.It is almost impossible to separate the two. To the extent voters gave Biden a mandate, it was to end both scourges and make America normal again.Despite Covid’s grim resurgence, Dr Anthony Fauci – the public health official whom Trump ignored and then muzzled, with whom Biden’s staff is now conferring – sounded guardedly optimistic last week. Vaccines will allow “a gradual accrual of more normality as the weeks and the months go by as we get well into 2021”.Normal. You could almost hear America’s giant sigh of relief, similar to that felt when Trump implicitly conceded the election by allowing the transition to begin.It is comforting to think of both Covid and Trump as intrusions into normality, aberrations from routines that prevailed before.When Biden entered the presidential race last year, he said history would look back on Trump as an “aberrant moment in time”.The end of both aberrations conjures up a former America that, by contrast, might appear quiet and safe, even boring.Trump called Biden “the most boring human being I’ve ever seen”, and Americans seem to be just fine with that.Biden’s early choices for his cabinet and senior staff fit the same mold – “boring picks”, tweeted the Atlantic’s Graeme Wood (referring to Biden’s foreign policy team), “who, if you shook them awake and appointed them in the middle of the night at any time in the last decade, could have reported to their new jobs and started work competently by dawn”. Hallelujah.All his designees, including Janet Yellen for Treasury and Anthony Blinken for secretary of state, are experienced and competent – refreshing, especially after Trump’s goon squads. And they’re acceptable both to mainstream Democrats and to progressives.They also stand out for their abilities not to stand out. There is no firebrand among them, no Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders (at least not so far).> Boring, reassuring, normal – these are Biden’s great strengths. But they could also be his great weaknessesFor the same reasons, they’re unlikely to stir strong opposition from Republicans, a necessity for Senate confirmation, particularly if Democrats fail to win the two Senate runoffs in Georgia on 5 January.And they’re unlikely to demand much attention from an exhausted and divided public.Boring, reassuring, normal – these are Biden’s great strengths. But he needs to be careful. They could also be his great weaknesses.That’s because any return to “normal” would be disastrous for America.Normal led to Trump. Normal led to the coronavirus.Normal is four decades of stagnant wages and widening inequality when almost all economic gains went to the top. Normal is 40 years of shredded safety nets, and the most expensive but least adequate healthcare system in the modern world.Normal is also growing corruption of politics by big money – an economic system rigged by and for the wealthy.Normal is worsening police brutality.Normal is climate change now verging on catastrophe.Normal is a GOP that for years has been actively suppressing minority votes and embracing white supremacists. Normal is a Democratic party that for years has been abandoning the working class.Given the road we were on, Trump and Covid were not aberrations. They were inevitabilities. The moment we are now in – with Trump virtually gone, Biden assembling his cabinet, and most of the nation starting to feel a bit of relief – is a temporary reprieve.If the underlying trends don’t change, after Biden we could have Trumps as far as the eye can see. And health and environmental crises that make the coronavirus another step toward Armageddon.Hence the paradox. America wants to return to a reassuring normal, but Biden can’t allow it. Complacency would be deadly. He has to both calm the waters and stir the pot.It’s a mistake to see this challenge as placating the progressive wing of the Democratic party. It’s about dealing with problems that have worsened for decades and if left unattended much longer will be enormously destructive.So the question is: in an exhausted and divided America that desperately wants a return to normal, where will Biden find the energy and political will for bold changes that are imperative?
The National Football League is limping toward the finish line of its Covid-19 plagued regular season, and the worst-case scenarios are starting to emerge. The latest will see the Denver Broncos forced to play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday with none of its three quarterbacks available for duty. The Broncos’ three eligible quarterbacks, Drew […]
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