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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
Michael Jackson 'chemically castrated by father with hormone injections' doctor reveals

Michael Jackson 'chemically castrated by father with hormone injections' doctor reveals

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Conrad Murray, who was previously convicted of involuntary manslaughter after the death of MJ, has made claims about the music legend's dad.Speaking out following Joe Jackson’s death, the doctor revealed the King of Pop was "chemically castrated" by his father.Revealing all to Mirror Online, he claimed: "Joe Jackson was one of the worst fathers to his children in history."The cruelty expressed by Michael that he experienced at the hand of his father. GETTY FATHER AND SON: Michael admitted to Oprah that Joe had been abusive in the past GETTY RICHEST DECEASED: Michael Jackson was the richest deceased celebrity of 2017 with $ 75 million ...
Reports: Patriots meet with QB Jackson twice

Reports: Patriots meet with QB Jackson twice

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The New England Patriots reportedly have met with quarterback Lamar Jackson of Louisville twice, leading to speculation that the Pats might be interested in making him the heir apparent to Tom Brady. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Patriots hosted Jackson in Foxborough, Mass., recently, and on Wednesday Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated wrote that New England also held a private workout with Jackson in South Florida. Vrentas said the latter session was conducted by Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Rapoport claimed New England is "intrigued and impressed" with Jackson, even though scouts are mixed in their opinions in how Jackson's unquestionable skills will fit into an NFL offense. New England has the 23rd and 31st picks in the first round of the draft on...