Floyd Mayweather in conversations to fight UFC duo Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov on the same day in the first world in first boxing double head, reveals his uncle
Mayweather is stuck in ongoing conversations to fight McGregor and Khabib in the boxing ring if he intends to return to the ring.
And his uncle has said that Mayweather wants to fight McGregor and Khabib in a sensational & # 39; day and night & # 39; double head.
Floyd's uncle Jeff Mayweather told VegasInsider.com of his possible return: & # 39; Floyd talks about the possibility of being against McGregor and Khabib on the same day to fight, which he could easily make happen. There have already been discussions with Floyd and Dana White about closing a deal.
& # 39; Floyd is no longer the top of his sport, but he will beat them both. He could beat them both back to back, one during the day, one during the day – it doesn't matter, they wouldn't have a chance, it's easy for him.
& Float said during the day and one at night, it will be something that has never been done before. Double pay-per-view, expensive ** purchase. He would eliminate Conor early **, because if he knows he has a second fight, he won't go on a show like last time. He had defeated Conor.
& # 39; Floyd is a master at planning these things. He is the one who always turns nothing into something big. These things are expected of him. It is evolution, times change. You have to roll with it, and if you don't roll, you lose.
& # 39; Why would he stay retired if he could fight UFC boys who couldn't beat him up when he was f * **** g 60 years old? At some point he has to retire, but if he is going to fight with guys who never really box, why not continue? He has received more than these guys could ever learn, so why not accept the money?
& # 39; I am sure it will be difficult for him to come back because he has been out of operation for a while, but he is going back to the same old mode – and when he enters that mode If you choose a UFC hunter in the damn world, they won't touch him. Simple. & # 39;
Santi Cazorla reveals that he had talks with former club Arsenal about movements for Villareal duo Pau Torres and Samuel Chukwueze
Santi Cazorla has revealed that conversations have taken place with former club Arsenal about his Villareal teammates Pau Torres and Samuel Chukwueze, with Mikel Arteta preparing for a big summer on the transfer market.
Torres, 23 and Chukwueze, 20, have attracted interest from a large number of European clubs, and Arsenal have tried to get a head start on their rivals by talking to Cazorla, who spent six years with the Gunners.
More to follow.
Frank Lampard hopes praise to defensive duo Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen after Chelsea Leicester holds to draw and reveals that Danish defender had a fever during the match
- Chelsea fought back from 2- 1 down to draw with Leicester on Saturday
- A bracket from Antonio Rudiger was enough to earn the Blues a point
- Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has praised the work of Rudiger and Christensen
Christensen was picked for Kurt Zouma and has proved his worth
Rudiger scored his first career brace as Chelsea fought back from 2-1 down to earn a draw in an entertaining match at the King Power Stadium. He also managed to stop Jamie Vardy when the Englishman wanted to end his six-game goal drought.
Christensen was also impressed by an impressive performance at the back, after having been placed in the first eleven for Kurt Zouma lately.
Lampard on The Danish defender had struggled with a fever, but fought for his team.
& # 39; I thought it was a fairly similar game, & # 39; he said to BT Sport. & # 39; I thought in the first half we were the better team with the press and how we moved the ball. In the second half we were not that fluent and they had good chances, so it was pretty right.
& # 39; It's nice because we want to score more goals from set pieces. In games like this against top-quality opposition, it's really important.
& I also thought of Andreas Christensen (as Antonio Rudiger). He had a fever during the break but played well. Tony also with a great header for the second goal. & # 39;
The big story before the game was Lampard's decision to select veteran goalkeeper Willy Caballero to play between the sticks before the club record that Kepa Arrizabalaga signed.
& # 39; I'm not going to talk about that now, & # 39; said Lampard. & # 39; But I thought he had a good performance, except in the first half. I don't think he could have done much about the Harvey Barnes goal, so good performance.
& # 39; Not many people gave us the top four place as a given. We had six points ahead of the game, we are coming to Leicester who are a really good team and we understand the point so I am happy. & # 39;
Leeds duo shouted in & # 39; Millwall game & # 39; about & # 39; press referee & # 39; where in the second half of 2-0 they went on to win 2-0
- Leeds & # 39; Victor Orta and James Mooney have been sued by FA for misconduct
- The cartoons report individual half-time incidents in a match against Millwall
- The er it is said that the pair & # 39; press referee & # 39; Darren England exercised for decisions
- Leeds got a free corner kick and Millwall & # 39; s penalty was debatable
- ] Leeds came back in the second half to win 3-2, after being beaten 2-0 at the break
Leeds United & # 39; s director of football Victor Orta and head of communications James Mooney have been charged by the FA for misconduct.
The charge relates to individual incidents involving referee Darren England on Tuesday evening at half the match against Millwall.
Both Orta and Mooney accepted the cartoons after allegedly applying & # 39; pressure & # 39; on the official.
During the first half, Leeds took an early blow when Shaun Hutchinson gave Millwall the lead within four minutes.
Minutes later, a Leeds attack saw them force a rescue of Bartosz Białkowski into the visitors goal, but England pointed to a goal kick instead of a corner kick. Leeds players protested against the clear and obvious mistake.
Millwall – rightly – was awarded a penalty after a tackle by Ezgjan Alioski. In the build-up, however, it turned out that the ball might have left the game for a Leeds-throw. The spot kick was turned by Jed Wallace to give Leeds a mountain to climb.
In the second half, they made a miraculous comeback, as Patrick Bamford scored twice and Pablo Hernandez scored to finish the game 3-2.
Opposite manager Gary Rowett hinted that ref Darren England was under pressure from non-coaching and playing staff during the break, but refrained from giving precise details.
Rowett explained: & # 39; I found it a difficult game for various reasons. There was a bit of pressure on him during the break. I will not go into that too deeply and the fans put pressure on him, because that is what they are doing here. It was none of the coaching or playing staff, so to speak.
We do the same at home. It is what it is. It was a difficult game to referee and in the first half we might have had some of the green. In the second half they certainly got the big decisions. & # 39;
Millwall was denied a potential penalty in the final minutes of the game, but Rowett admitted that both sides & # 39; had the friction of the green & # 39; during the draw.
& # 39; In the first half, we may have had a little bit of green when it comes to one or two decisions. In the second half you could say that they have certainly made many decisions & # 39 ;, said the Millwall boss.
He added: & # 39; At the end it should have been a fine, but as I said, you're going to be a brave referee to give it in the 90th minute. & # 39;
& # 39; He has defeated Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson and all those boy records … even if I hate this guy, I must respect that & # 39 ;: Tyson Fury full of admiration for Deontay Wilder as a heavyweight duo face for huge rematch in Las Vegas
- Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder came head-to-head in a press conference
- The heavyweight duo will have them very expected rematch next month
- Fury and Wilder will turn off in Las Vegas after their first fight was a draw
- The Gypsy King was full of respect for his opponent and his success so far
Tyson Fury insisted has great respect for Deontay Wilder prior to their long-awaited heavyweight rematch on February 22.
The pair will compete against Las Vegas & MGM Grand Garden Arena, 14 months after their controversial opening match, where the match was drawn.
In an impasse just before the start of the press conference, it was Deontay Wilder who first broke the eye before a light-hearted press conference between the two heavyweights.
Fury – reported by Fox Sports – said: & # 39; to a man here w ho has eliminated 43 opponents in a row, now even if I hate this guy, I have to respect that – that's great.
& # 39; I have never met anyone who knocked everyone out out beat what they all fought against. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; Deontay has amazing power and whatever it is, verbal beats or whatever, you should always respect him
& # 39; He is 10 defenses, defeated Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson and the records of all these guys defending the belt and he has done a fantastic job here in the United States, holding his title and regularly defending it, so congratulations to the man.
& # 39; I have nothing – I can & # 39; take nothing from him. He is a big puncher and he gets the job done. & # 39;
In the first fight, the British hunter WBC heavyweight champion Wilder, despite suffering two knockdowns, because the match ended in a draw.
Fury insisted that he had something that Wilder did not have, despite the powerful blow of the American, he said: “The statistics don't lie, he is a much bigger puncher than me, (a) knockout artist with a hit.
& # 39; That's what he does, but I don't believe anyone can match me with heart and determination.
& # 39; I will put my iron will on Deontay Wilder and we will see.
& # 39; Listen, it can only go two ways unless we get another draw that he doesn't want and I don't want.
& # 39; He wins or I win, but I & # 39; m not afraid to go el mono-el mono with the biggest puncher on the planet, the biggest puncher of heavyweight boxing. When I knock him out it will look great to me. & # 39;
Wilder opted for a different approach to the press conference and rejected Fury's linear championship and insisted on beating the 6ft 9in boxer.
He said: & I am probably the biggest puncher in boxing history, so that would naturally play in my game plan … when you come forward, you give me all the momentum I need to to land a shot. & # 39;
When asked whether Fury has the power to take him out, the 34-year-old said: & I did not do that. I still think Tyson had a pillow as a fist, but he is a handy fighter. But you can't have everything, people say I don't have skills, but I have the fist.
& # 39; That was what I felt at the time (kissing like a fist).
"It is an adrenaline rush in the ring, we are all brave warriors, we are all gladiators and that is what we become to fight and give you the best show of your life."
England must let go of the speed devils! Dynamic duo Jofra Archer and Mark Wood can crush South Africa with relentless barrage of pace
- England led 2-1 on their way to the fourth and final test, starting on Friday
- It seems that England will carry out a five-man attack on the Wanderers
- Re-fitting Archer and Wood can form a mouth-watering combination
- Captain Joe Root reluctant to jeopardize the accuracy of his attack
It must definitely be done. England cast together perhaps the fastest pace partnership in their history on one of the fastest fields in world cricket.
The prospect of Jofra Archer and Mark Wood bowling in tandem for the first time in a test is so delightful that anything else would be a huge anti-climax. Frankly, if it doesn't happen here, it will never happen.
England, of course, just wants to find the right combination to win this final test and win a 3-1 win over South Africa that Joe Root said on Thursday the biggest performance of his captain would be to be.
In the 186th series of England in this game, they become the first game to score half a million runs in Test Cricket. 679 players have scored test runs for England.
But Root would have no romance in his soul if he didn't want to make the unique scenario of two English bowlers who can play bowls at 95 mph together at the height of Johannesburg.
It is not certain, with Root reluctant to jeopardize the accuracy of his attack that has done so much to achieve the victories in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
It seems that England with a five-man seam attack, but the only question last night was whether Wood or the more reliable Chris Woakes would take the final place.
That would be tough for Dom Bess, who did so well in the third test and also took advantage of the expected bounce that is expected here. But now that Archer looks fit and hits the net, Somerset's off-spinner is the man who will miss the most.
& # 39; It would be nice to see how they go together & # 39 ;, Root said on Thursday when he asked Archer and Wood, who are so productive in last summer's World Cup, side by side Test cricket wanted to see, wanted to see.
& # 39; It would be a relentless barrage of pace that is exciting, especially on the type of surface that you usually encounter here. But I also think it's important to see who has good records here. Boys like Vernon Philander, an average of 20-odd in Johannesburg, show that the accurate bowlers are the ones who succeed.
& # 39; We have been very good in that department on this tour, especially in the last two contests, so that would be a big challenge for the group.
& # 39; Yes, it would be great to have that little extra pace and firepower, but we have to hit those areas and ask the right questions as we did in the last few games. & # 39;
The only bowler to play is Stuart Broad, who produced one of the best spells of his career here four years ago when England won a series of clinches and quietly won the most successful bowler in been this series.
& # 39; I have very good memories of playing here & # 39 ;, said Root, who scored a century in that game. "That spell from Broady was right there with that from Trent Bridge against Australia (he took eight to 15 in 2015).
" He made the ball move and control over the length will be crucial here. If we can adapt to the circumstances and surpass South Africa, we will be in a great place. & # 39;
England should not let it slip away here. So appear demoralized and broken from South Africa and so drifting from England anything but a victory seems to be a huge disappointment. .
I think it's my most proud moment as captain would be because of the different things we've had to manage during this tour, "Root said.
" We've had injuries in which senior players had to fly home and had many illnesses to deal with. And we have adapted to very different circumstances. For a very young group of players to manage, that is very nice and a sign that we are doing the right things. Not only in the field, but in practice.
& # 39; If we can exploit that and try to improve as a group, I think that heaven is the limit for this team.
& # 39; But we & # 39; are very much at the beginning of something and we are definitely not perfect. We must maintain that attitude and continue to drive it forward for a long time to reach number 1 in the world. & # 39;
Leicester duo Ben Chilwell and Hamza Choudhury fined by teammates for showing up late for training session that put them off
Ben Chilwell and Hamza Choudhury have been fined by their Leicester teammates for showing up late for training.
Both men remained outside the Foxes side who lost 2-1 against Burnley but Brendan Rodgers insisted that it was not a punishment for their slowness.
The couple has accepted the punishment of their colleagues and the money goes to a fund for the Christmas party .
Rodgers himself accepted that both play ers on this occasion had personal reasons and they were late in training.
He said: & # 39; They missed a very important session for us in the week, which was the build-up that led to this game, so we couldn't bring them into the game & # 39 ;, Rodgers said .
& # 39; They were simply not available for training. We were preparing a lot for this game, they couldn't be there, so we continue now.
& # 39; Both will be in battle on Wednesday. & # 39;
Leicester take on West Ham at King Power Stadium on Wednesday and will try to win back.
They have enjoyed a great season so far, but have not won a Premier League match for three games.
Rodgers & # 39; side remains in third place, three points behind Manchester City.
REVEALED: Come here, you b ****** … well done monster & # 39 ;: Zinedine Zidane & # 39; s X rating for Real Madrid star Matchmaker as a duo after Spanish Super Cup victory
- Real Madrid claimed more silverware by beating Athletic in Spanish Super Cup
- The side of Zinedine Zidane overcame his fierce rivals on a penalty shootout
- After the game, Zidane enjoyed a special embrace with midfielder Casemiro
- The Frenchman heard X appreciation praise his Brazilian midfielder
And after the intense Madrid derby, Zidane – who has now won nine trophies in the many finals as true managers – enjoyed a special hug with Casemiro.
In a rare moment caught on camera, the Frenchman heard your X-appreciation praise his Brazilian midfielder.
While the couple embraced each other during the jubilant festivals, Zidane said: Come here, you b ******. Again, well done monster. Well done, you are a monster. & # 39;
After the Madrid giants could not be separated in 90 minutes or after extra time, Real came out of the Spanish Super Cup champions thanks to a 4-1 win over penalty & # 39; s, where Captain Ramos goes to the plate to score the winner.
And after keeping his perfect records in the final as a real boss, Zidane – who saw Fede Valverde pick up red for cynical sweeping of Alvaro Morata by goal – greeted the fighting spirit at his side. ]
& # 39; We sometimes found it difficult, but we believed we could win it to the end, & # 39; said Zidane.
& # 39; We worked hard and fought until the last whistle. It is a real team victory. Both games were difficult, but this one even more.
& # 39; We have fought a brilliant opposition. We saw two fantastic teams play a great game on the field. Both teams had chances, but that's football and we won the trophy on penalties & # 39 ;.
Furious Everton duo Seamus Coleman and Mason Holgate are filmed clashing with Liverpool fans after humiliating FA Cup derby defeat at Anfield
- An incident occurred with the Everton duo moments after she lost to Liverpool
- It is unclear what caused it to be hunted by jubilant Reds fans
- It is clear that Everton is not looking for action against both players
- Series A Clubs Napoli and Rome focus on Arsenal Defender Sead Kolasinac
- Kolasinac is currently outside with an ankle injury, but is expected to return in January
- Arsenal may be reluctant to sideline Kieran Tierney ]
Jurgen Klopp turned his side heavily, meaning Everton was confronted with a youthful Liverpool team in their pursuit of a first victory at Anfield this century, and their first trophy since 1995.
Yet they still lost 1-0 due to a miracle goal from Curtis Jones and the immediate aftermath, Toffees captain Seamus Coleman and Mason Holgate were involved in the exchange with Liverpool fans at the stadium.
When they returned to the full-time dressing room, Everton Captain Coleman can be seen rowing with Liverpool supporters who challenged him, although what was said is unclear in the images.
Coleman seems to be asking & # 39; what did you say? & # 39; Holgate gets involved and is stopped by Everton's goalkeeper coach, Alan Kelly
It is understood that Everton had the feeling that they were excited emotions at the end of a derby defeat and there will be no internal action against both players
On social media, Toffees fans criticized the involvement of the duo in line with rival fans for having gone and applaud Everton & # 39; s own support after the last whistle blew.
Summarizes some of our players, will stand there and argue with the other fans, but will not bother to talk or come to our own fans. Embarrassing. And this is our leader & # 39 ;, wrote a user in addition to posting the video.
I don't mind being alone wish they had shown the same kind of passion in the field. Absolutely disgraceful action in all my years has never been so angry with them, & another man wrote.
Holgate had played 90 minutes in the game while Coleman was replaced after 63 on a day that started with enormous hope for Everton, thanks not least to the impact of new manager Carlo Ancelotti in Goodison Park.
But it ended up being one of the most embarrassing defeats for the Blues because of the strength of Liverpool.
Things were exacerbated for the Reds when experienced ca ptain James Milner became forced into a muscle test after nine minutes loam.
Liverpool, however, resisted Everton's attacks in the first half and took control in the second period before Jones struck long-distance at 71 to cover an impressive screen.
Everton returns home on Saturday to action in Brighton in the Premier League, while Liverpool is off to Tottenham during Saturday's late game.
Napoli and Rome Series A & # 39; want Sead Kolasinac & # 39; while planning the January fight for Arsenal Defender
The left wing is currently on a sidetrack with a ligament but will return for action in January.
As reported by Sky Sports Roma want Kolasinac to replace Aleksandar Kolarov, whose contract expires at the end of the season, while Napoli also follows international Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kolasinac played 16 games for Arsenal this season and delivered two assists.
The hope of Napoli and Rome to sign Kolasinac in January may be hampered by the injury of Kieran Tierney.
The Scottish left wing is off with a dislocated shoulder until March and having Kolasinac leave would leave Arsenal in that department if they don't sign a replacement.
Kolasinac joined Arsenal from Schalke in 2017 and has made a total of 88 performances for the Gunners.