News 2 // 24 Jan 2019, 07:23 IST SHARE What's the story?In a piece of very surprising news, PWInsider has reported that former NWA Champion 'The Monster' Abyss, Impact Wrestling's last remaining original superstar, has parted ways with Impact Wrestling after 18 years. They are also claiming that he may be signing with WWE.In case you didn't know...Abyss has been with Impact Wrestling since the very beginning, back when they debuted as NWA: TNA in June 2002. He performed on the very first TNA show on June 19, 2002 under the name 'Justice', competing in the NWA World Championship Battle Royal Gauntlet main event. He was repackaged in June 2003 as 'The Monster' Abyss. He has also performed as another alter ego for TNA, Abyss lawyer turned wrestled brother, Joseph Park, which he has played on and off from 2012 until his departure. Perhaps the highlight of Abyss career came in late 2006 when he defeated Sting to become the NWA World Heavyweight … [Read more...] about Abyss Exits Impact Wrestling, WWE Bound?
News 6 // 24 Jan 2019, 07:00 IST SHARE Sony's subscription-based service PlayStation Now, is undergoing public beta testing in the regions of Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. The service is currently only available in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, United States, and United Kingdom.Players in the newly announced regions can register for the public beta here.PlayStation Now is available for $20/month and $100 for an entire year. It allows you to download and play games from the PS2 and PS3 era. What is more is that PS Now is also available on PC, although you can only use it to stream your games and not actually download and play them. The PlayStation cloud service allows you to save and access saved games on your PC as well. The beta program for PS Now in these regions is currently only available on the PS4. PC Users will have to … [Read more...] about PlayStation News: PlayStation Now Confirmed to Release in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden
TOKYO, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Japanese noodle company Nissin have removed a controversial commercial following a dispute over the skin colour of a cartoon character depicting tennis player Naomi Osaka. The commercial depicted Osaka, whose father is Haitian and mother is Japanese, with pale skin and light brown hair, which created public outcry. “Truly disappointed to see that there was no woman of colour to speak of in the commercial,” African-American journalist Baye McNeil wrote in his prominent ‘Black Eye’ column for the Japan Times. “Instead, I found a white-washed representation of Osaka” Nissin, who sponsor Osaka and compatriot Kei Nishikori, removed the advert from its YouTube page on Wednesday and said they had not intended to ‘whitewash’ the 21-year-old, who will feature in the Australia Open semi-finals later on Thursday. “There is no intention of whitewashing,” a Nissin spokesperson said. “We accept that we … [Read more...] about Tennis-Osaka sponsor withdraws controversial commercial
Por KYLE HIGHTOWER, Associated Press Published 5:49 pm PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 El linebacker de los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra, Kyle Van Noy (53), captura al quarterback de los Chiefs de Kansas City, Patrick Mahomes (15), durante la primera mitad del juego de campeonato de la Conferencia Americana de la NFL, el domingo 20 de enero de 2019, en Kansas City, Missouri. (AP Foto/Jeff Roberson) less El linebacker de los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra, Kyle Van Noy (53), captura al quarterback de los Chiefs de Kansas City, Patrick Mahomes (15), durante la primera mitad del juego de campeonato de la ... more Photo: Jeff Roberson, AP Photo: Jeff Roberson, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 El linebacker de los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra, Kyle Van Noy (53), captura … [Read more...] about Defensiva de Patriots se recupera de cara al Super Bowl
By Steve Fryer | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: January 23, 2019 at 5:56 pm | UPDATED: January 23, 2019 at 5:56 pm It’s sort of the Super Bowl of high school basketball in Orange County. Nike Extravaganza XXIV is Friday and Saturday at Mater Dei High. The boys basketball showcase has its usual mix of teams highly ranked in the CIF-Southern Section and in the state, plus a few nationally-ranked teams. Oak Hill Academy, No. 6 in MaxPreps.com’s national computer rankings, plays Santa Margarita, No. 2 in Orange County, on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Oak Hill plays Modesto Christian, No. 20 in the CalHiSports.com state top 20, on Saturday at 9 p.m. This will be the final year Oak Hill will be allowed to play in California as the CIF State office, starting with the 2019-20 school year, will not allow its member schools to play schools like Oak Hill or Florida’s IMG Academy because those schools do not participate in their state playoffs. Other … [Read more...] about Fryer: Nike Extravaganza again brings the best in boys basketball