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UFC Fight Night main event off after Curtis Blaydes’ positive COVID-19 test

UFC Fight Night main event off after Curtis Blaydes’ positive COVID-19 test

Sports
Nov. 27 (UPI) -- The main event bout between Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis at UFC Fight Night -- planned for Saturday -- has been called off after Blaydes tested positive for COVID-19, the UFC said Friday. The UFC also said a featherweight bout between Renato Moicano and Rafael Fiziev has been moved to Dec. 12. A flyweight bout between Amir Albazi and Zhalgas Zhumagulov also had to be rescheduled due to travel restrictions. Advertisement A featherweight bout between Jonathan Pearce and Kai Kamaka has been added to Saturday's card. Blaydes, 29, is 14-2-0. He has won his last four fights. He beat Alexander Volkov in his last bout on June 20 at UFC Fight Night. His last loss came after a first-round knockout from Francis Ngannou on Nov. 24, 2018. Lewis, 35, has won his last three fights....
Football betting tips: Kane to send Tottenham top, Fernandes will be Man United’s main man, Liverpool vs Leicester means goals – Premier League predictions

Football betting tips: Kane to send Tottenham top, Fernandes will be Man United’s main man, Liverpool vs Leicester means goals – Premier League predictions

Sports
After the international break the Premier League returns with a bang today and there are some tasty games in store. Here are talkSPORT’s top betting tips and predictions for three stand-out clashes, kicking off with a massive showdown in north London… GETTY It’s Mourinho vs Guardiola on Saturday – who will come out on top? Tottenham vs Man City – Saturday, 5.30pm (LIVE on talkSPORT) Two of the most decorated managers of all-time face off in a mouthwatering clash on Saturday evening. Pep Guardiola has the edge over Jose Mourinho so far in their trophy-laden careers – he’s tasted more victories over his great rival than any other boss he’s faced. But Guardiola’s City side have lost three times already this season and Mourinho’s Spurs have been flying –

Winning Main Street trade is moving too far, too fast, PNC’s Amanda Agati says

Finance
PNC Financial's Amanda Agati warns a winning Main Street trade may burn investors.According to the firm's chief investment strategist, fundamentals don't support small cap value's recent strong run."If you just look at things from a forward P/E [price to earnings] perspective, small cap value is at an all-time high, if you can believe it," she said on CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday. Over the past three months, the Russell Small Cap Value Index has rallied more than 19% versus the broader S&P 500 which is up about 16% in the same period. Agati finds it troublesome."There's a big disconnect between the haves and have nots as it relates to Wall Street and certainly Main Street," she said.In a special note to CNBC, Agati explained it's important pay attention to the growth backdr...
The widely cited ‘disconnect’ between Wall Street and Main Street suddenly appears less confounding

The widely cited ‘disconnect’ between Wall Street and Main Street suddenly appears less confounding

Finance
A "Now Hiring" sign advertising jobs at Lowe's is seen as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Homestead, Florida, U.S., April 17, 2020.Marco Bello | ReutersQuite unexpectedly and rather suddenly, investors have been given a reset, a reprieve, a chance at a fresh start. What should they do with it?The furious stock-market rally, already the best-ever over 50 trading days through Tuesday, on Friday pulled the S&P 500 just about even for the year. Including dividends, the index has made you money in 2020, after a 37% collapse, a global pandemic and in a still-constrained economy.With Friday's burst higher on a far better-than-expected May jobs report, traders rushed to grab more exposure to the recovery scenario, which meant selling Treasury bonds and buyin...
‘Better Call Saul’ star Bob Odenkirk hopes main character redeems himself

‘Better Call Saul’ star Bob Odenkirk hopes main character redeems himself

Entertainment
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 23 (UPI) -- As the penultimate season of Better Call Saul begins, the actors contemplate the fate of their characters. Bob Odenkirk plays Saul Goodman in the Breaking Bad prequel and hopes he will meet a better fate than Walter White. White, played by Bryan Cranston on the original series, was a high school chemistry teacher who became the crystal meth mogul Heisenberg. Saul, White's money laundering lawyer, became the focus of his own series. Before Breaking Bad, Jimmy McGill took on the Saul persona after losing his law license. By Season 5, Jimmy has fully committed to being Saul. "I want him to grow into a really good person," Odenkirk said in a roundtable interview. "It would be neat to me if it was kind of the opposite of Walter White's journey of degradation. It ...