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Wales And Scotland Name Sides For Respective Summer Tour Clashes

Wales and Scotland have named their starting XVs for this weekend’s summer tour clashes against Argentina and Canada, respectively. Warren Gatland has made eight changes to the side which narrowly beat the Springboks in Washington DC last weekend for the upcoming clash with Los Pumas in San Juan on Saturday afternoon. Cory Hill will captain Wales for the first time …

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Prostitute Scandal Jolts Mexico World Cup Squad [Report]

Members of Mexico’s national football squad held a farewell party with around 30 prostitutes before the team travelled to Europe ahead of the World Cup, reports said Tuesday. According to the TVNotas gossip magazine, nine members of Mexico’s World Cup squad partied with dozens of escorts at a private compound in Mexico City last Saturday following the team’s 1-0 win …

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Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin Rematch Talks Collapse [Report]

Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin’s negotiations for a rematch have collapsed following a dispute over the proposed purse, ESPN reported on Tuesday. The two fighters had been due to fight each other in Las Vegas in May before the middleweight bout was cancelled after Alvarez failed a drug test. With Alvarez free to fight once his six-month suspension ends in …

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Watch: Nike And Ronaldo Recreate Epic Moment From Iconic World Cup Ad

There have been no shortage of quality World Cup advertisements throughout the years but perhaps the one that stands out in most people’s minds is the Nike ad which featured throughout the 1998 World Cup held in France.  Nike has long been the kit manufacturer for the Brazil national football team, since 1996 in fact, and they have often promoted their …

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One Massive Hurling Fixture Won’t Be Televised This Weekend

From a spectators point of view, the revamped Munster Hurling Championship has been a huge success.  Over the last few weeks, we have seen some gripping clashes between the five counties competing with no shortage of sublime play or controversy (see Sunday’s draw between Waterford and Tipperary). With two rounds to play, everything is still to play for in terms of …

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