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Renee Young, wife of AEW star Jon Moxley, confirms she has coronavirus amid reports of multiple positive cases in WWE

Renee Young, wife of AEW star Jon Moxley, confirms she has coronavirus amid reports of multiple positive cases in WWE

Sports
WWE’s popular on-screen personality Renee Young says she has coronavirus.The news comes amid reports of multiple positive coronavirus cases within the company. WWE Renee Young works as a special contributor on SmackDown Young, who is married to AEW world champion Jon Moxley, tweeted: “Man. What a few days. My show [WWE Backstage] gets cancelled and I get Covid. “Wear your masks and wash your hands. Stay safe, everyone.” Man. What a few days. My show gets cancelled and I get Covid. Wear your masks and wash your hands. Stay safe, everyone ❤️ — Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) June 25, 2020 Subsequently, Moxley was asked to stay away from this week’s AEW Dynamite taping. AEW president Tony Khan said: “Recently @JonMoxley had contact with someone who had contac
Coronavirus: Young hit hardest by lockdown financial squeeze

Coronavirus: Young hit hardest by lockdown financial squeeze

Business
Young people have been hardest hit by a fall in their income during lockdown as more of their money goes on essentials, official data suggests.The youngest and oldest workers are most likely to have lost their jobs or seen income cut owing to the system of state-paid wages.With little in savings and less chance to cut spending, the under-30s would be hit hardest by this, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.Renters have found it just as tough.Money issuesThe ONS has calculated, for the first time, the effect of the coronavirus outbreak on household spending.It found that a typical household in the UK normally spent an average of £182 a week on activities, such as travel, holidays and meals out, that have been mostly rule
Young Earth-like planets are more plentiful than astronomers thought

Young Earth-like planets are more plentiful than astronomers thought

Science
June 5 (UPI) -- The prospects for finding young Earth-like planets are better than scientists thought, according to a new study published this week in the Astrophysical Journal. Astronomers at the University of Sheffield, in Britain, surveyed the makeup of groups of young stars in the Milky Way and compared what they found to previous observations and the predictions of popular theories. Advertisement Their analysis revealed a larger-than-expected population of sun-like stars, suggesting the number of young Earth-like stars in the galaxy is greater than previously estimated. When Earth-like planets are in their infancy, they're rocky but not all that solid. Young solar systems are chaotic places, and a plethora of collisions ensure Earth-like planets look more like magma ocean planets. Pe...
Young working professionals to cut down expenses as post-Covid world brings uncertainty, job loss

Young working professionals to cut down expenses as post-Covid world brings uncertainty, job loss

Finance
MUMBAI: As the country enters the final week of the third phase of the COVID-19-induced lockdown, public sentiment is getting into negative territories with over 50 per cent of those polled having a negative outlook on income. What is more, younger and those in the middle-income consumers are more worried about their income post-COVID, loan repayments and spending, says an international survey. According to a survey by international consultancy Boston Consulting Group, as much as 85 per cent of those in the poll are worried about servicing loans post-moratorium, while more than 40 per cent are planning to cut down spending in the next six months as they fear about their jobs and income. The survey, carried out during the third phase of lockdown (May 4-17) among 1,300 consumers in metros ...
When former Manchester United man Wayne Rooney met Mike Tyson and took his advice on being a young star

When former Manchester United man Wayne Rooney met Mike Tyson and took his advice on being a young star

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During a visit to the UK in the mid-2000s, Mike Tyson made sure he had the opportunity to meet Wayne Rooney. As one of the most famous men on the planet, Tyson had spotted Rooney’s rising star and decided to advise him on dealing with fame at a young age. Wayne Rooney - Instagram Both Rooney and Tyson became superstars as young men Tyson’s ex-sparring partner Joe Egan was with the heavyweight legend for his trip and told SunSport: “Wayne Rooney, in particular, was one of the stars Mike wanted to meet because he had so much admiration for Wayne. “So when Mike was over for an after-dinner speech in the UK about more than 15 years ago, in Manchester, I was with him. “The table that had been reserved for the team was given to the Carrington training grou