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Going into the main-event of the June 21st broadcast of Showtime Boxing, one would be hard-pressed to find a casual or even some hardcore fans who had much interest in the welterweight match-up between Robert Guerrero (32-2-1, 18 knockouts) and Yoshihiro Kamegai (24-2-1, 21 knockouts). After all, Robert Guerrero’s last in-ring appearance came 13-months ago in a one-sided loss to Mayweather, and aside from a handful of fights in California most of Kamegai’s career has been spent in home country. Fans didn’t expect much, and those that did predicted a one-sided victory by Guerrero. Instead, fans were treated to a brawl that has already claimed a spot among early Fight of the Year lists.
In the co-main event of the June 21st edition of Showtime Boxing, slowly rising prospect, Gary Russel Jr. took on Olympic standout, Vasyl Lomachenko in a Featherweight bout for the vacant WBO title. The match-up was significant for several reasons, but it was the difference in styles that had fans picking this as the most interesting fight of the night. After all, Lomachenko is coming off a loss to veteran fighter Orlando Salido, and Russell Jr. has often been criticized for the level of opposition he’s faced up to this point of his career. While Lomachenko was chasing history, Russell was determined to prove that he is indeed the next great American talent.
At the sound of the opening bell, it was immediately clear that Lomachenko is the toughest match-up of Russel’s career. Lomachenko’s slick foot and head movement was frustrating Russell early, and Lomachenko appeared to be landing the more effective shots throughout.
This was a pattern that continued throughout the fight and ultimately became the narrative of the bout.
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Hoy es Lumes de Radio Lyme y mi invitado de hoy es Roberto Cuevas. Roberto nos contara sobre su lucha con la enfermedad de Lyme. No se pierda Radio Lyme esta noche!
On the latest episode of the BIG show, we sit down with another member from the ensemble of television's greatest series, The Wire, Andre Royo. Currently co-starring in a brand new thriller, Aftermath, Royo talks about his latest film and the fans who refuse to let him forget about "Bubbles" as well as his memorable time on The Wire. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including Boyhood and Sex Tape, all on Episode 256 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Perhaps I didn't give enough credit to the possibility of LeBron James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers. But even with the recent "reports," it would still be a surprise to me if that's the business decision LBJ decides to make this offseason. Plus, what are the other stars like Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh going to do, and what does it mean for the NBA?
There are reports that Andre Johnson wants to be traded from the Houston Texans and at least four teams have made inquiries in that regard. We love Dre here in Houston, but he Texans absolutely have to entertain these discussions. Throw pride, ego and sentiment out the window.
In non-sports related topics, the marijuana stores in Washington are having a supply and demand issue. Guess we could've seen that coming and I bet street dealers are doing everything in their power to take advantage of this precious time.
Also, border security and immigration issues are at the forefront of local and national discussions. Who's here to politicize it and who actually cares about the humanitarian crisis?
If we must suffer, make it worthwhile. Make sure it's not for the reasons Peter listed, such as, murder, theif, an evildoer, or for what often brings unnecessary suffering to the church: as a busybody in other people's matter. Make sure your suffering is because we areChristians.
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Welcome to “Lets Talk Call-in Bible Study” for today’s issues. Does the bible have answers for what ails us? If the bible is our answer, then why do we look elsewhere to solve our problems? Why do we profess faith, yet wallow in doubt and self pity?
Our topic for this session: Intercession: Our Will vs. God’s Will
We will be looking at Genesis 19: 15- 29, the story of Lot and his family being pulled out of Sodom and Gomorrah.
We look forward to your participation, input, and fellowship.
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