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GGG vs Canelo 2 TV guide: How to watch tonight’s huge middleweight fight from Vegas

GGG vs Canelo 2 TV guide: How to watch tonight’s huge middleweight fight from Vegas

Sports
SECONDS OUT The most eagerly awaited fight of the year is finally upon us, as the two best middleweights in the world clash again It’s finally time for Gennady Golovkin and Saul Alvarez to settle their differences in the ring once and for all. Almost a year to the day since they last went toe-to-toe in Las Vegas, the biggest stars of the middleweight division will battle it out once again over 12 gruelling rounds. The duo were supposed to meet in Las Vegas on May 5 When is the fight? The long-awaited rematch will once again be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It’s expected that the main event will start around 4am UK time.  Last September GGG felt he had done enough to secure victory over Canelo but the judges ruled t...
Awkward! Nicki Minaj and Cardi B FIGHT as rapper throws shoe in explosive feud

Awkward! Nicki Minaj and Cardi B FIGHT as rapper throws shoe in explosive feud

Entertainment
New York Fashion Week erupted into chaos after Cardi B reportedly threw her shoe at Nicki Minaj at the Harper's Bazaar Icons party.A video shared on social media shows Cardi, 25, screaming and lunging at Nicki before she had to be held back by her security guard.According to TMZ, Cardi went to Nicki's table to "address lies she had been spreading", and things escalated when Cardi took off her shoe and hurled it at Nicki.Cards was seen sporting a huge bump over her eye and a rip at the back of her floor length frock as she was escorted from the building by security. Related Articles She later posted on social media, referencing a feud, but not mentioning Nicki by name.Cardi wrote: "I've let a lot of s*** slide! I let you sneak diss me, I let you lie on me, I let...
Frampton vs Jackson LIVE: Frampton wins with ninth round stoppage, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury confirm fight

Frampton vs Jackson LIVE: Frampton wins with ninth round stoppage, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury confirm fight

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Frampton speaking ringside: “The atmosphere was special. It made my dreams come true. “Unbelievable night from start to finish. It was his corner who threw the towel in – he would’ve stayed in as long as possible. “I was nervous. And I’m not usually nervous until the changing rooms. I was trying to eat a bit of chicken and my hand was shaking. Less said about chicken the better, by the way. “I would love to be a world champion again”. Josh Warrington: “He looks fast, he looks very relaxed. Coming into a big fight like this with that expectation, you have that pressure. I’m looking for that fight.” Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
New 'zombie' gene found in elephants could help humans fight cancer

New 'zombie' gene found in elephants could help humans fight cancer

Health
They may not be the fastest or the smartest or even the scariest, but when it comes to beating cancer, elephants are the superheroes of the living world. It's a phenomenon that has baffled scientists since the 1970s. After all, at their size, they should have a much higher rate of the disease. The larger a living thing, the more the cells, and the more the cells, the more chance one of them turns out to be cancerous -- which is why tall people are more vulnerable to the disease than short people and why Marmaduke is much more likely to get cancer than the Taco Bell Chihuahua. And yet, cancer rates among elephants is less than 5 percent, comparable to the rates in much smaller animals. The lifetime cancer mortality rate for humans is about 20 percent. So what gives? With all those cells...
'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

Health
Rates of HIV infection are on the rise in 50 countries with more than 1.8 million people becoming infected in 2017, a far cry from goals established for the near future, according to a new United Nations report. The report, entitled “Miles to Go,” published earlier this week by the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS, says the pace of progress in saving lives and preventing new infections is “not matching the global ambition” of cutting the infection rate to 500,000 a year by 2020. While the death rate from AIDS-related illnesses -- 940,000 in 2017 -- is the lowest this century, it is still nearly double the goal of reducing AIDS-related deaths to 500,000 or fewer by 2020, according to the report. ”New HIV infections are not falling fast enough,&rdquo...