CONRAD M. CARIÑO I thought I’ve witnessed the worst post-fight brawls from boxing. One of the worst brawls I saw was from the Andrew Golota-Riddick Bowe world heavyweight title bout in December 1996. The fight was stopped after Bowe slumped to the canvas from repeated low blows from his Polish opponent. Bowe’s handlers and fans then went after Golota for the foul tactics he employed vs their fighter, who retained the championship via disqualification. The Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Zab Judah world welterweight bout in April 2006 also saw the camps of both boxers invade the ring during the last 10 seconds of the 10th round as Mayweather winced in pain from a low bow. Mayweather won the fight via unanimous decision.But the brawl that ensued after Khabib Nurmagomedov submitted Conor McGregor in the fourth round of their Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) world lightweight bout last weekend is truly one for the books. Right after defeating his opponent, Nurmagomedov went … [Read more...] about What went wrong with Conor-Khabib
What went wrong book
The first weekend of October is in the books. Between watching the Buffalo Bills and Sabres win games, there were pumpkins to carve, apples to pick and cider to drink. Here are some stories you may have missed. State report cites safety violations in officer's diving death, provides details of what went wrong A state investigation into the death of Buffalo Police Officer Craig E. Lehner during a dive team training practice in the Niagara River a year ago cites Buffalo Police with four safety violations but does not fine the city. Click here to read more. ••• Kenmore police chief arrested, charged with possessing painkillers Kenmore Police Chief Peter J. Breitnauer admitted an addiction to painkillers after his arrest Friday and admitted taking pills from a medication drop box at the Kenmore Police Station and saving them for his personal use Click here to read more. ••• Patrick H. Hoak, 68, former Hamburg town supervisor, restaurateur … [Read more...] about Weekend in Review: What went wrong in Lehner’s death, Bills and Sabres win and more
Feature 72 // 17 Aug 2018, 12:02 IST SHARE Asuka is one of those once in a lifetime Superstars. She entered WWE with a lot of hype, and not only lived up to it, but exceeded it.Asuka was an incredible force in NXT. She had the "longest undefeated streak in WWE history" at 914 days, during which she was the NXT Women's Champion. She hammered opponents, still looked strong in matches where it seemed like she was going to lose, maintained her undefeated streak when she joined the main roster and debuted on RAW and was the inaugural winner of the women's Royal Rumble match.Follow Sportskeeda for the latest WWE news, rumors and all other wrestling news.So what went wrong?Asuka would go onto lose to Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania. This decision received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike but it wasn't the worst thing that could happen. Unfortunately, the worst thing that could happen to her has ever since she was drafted to SmackDown. Instead … [Read more...] about Asuka: What Went Wrong & What Should Happen Next
SECTIONS Search E-edition Home eEdition Customer Service Customer Service Newsletters Obituaries News All News Local news Crime Politics The Buzz Nation & World 913 Cass County Lee's Summit Video Photos Sports All Sports Chiefs Royals Royals photos Sporting KC Olympics Kansas Missouri K-State High School Scores & Stats NASCAR Outdoors NBA Buy Tickets Blogs & Columns The Full 90 Campus Corner For Pete's Sake Sam Mellinger Vahe Gregorian Politics Politics Elections The Missouri Influencer Series Opinion All Opinion Editorials Influencers Opinion Letters to the Editor Colleen Nelson Derek Donovan Dave Helling Melinda Henneberger Steve Kraske Toriano Porter Steve Rose Guest commentary Syndicated columnists Submit a Letter Entertainment … [Read more...] about What went wrong in Mahomes’ ‘meh’ debut as Chiefs’ No. 1 quarterback
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByJames Wagner June 12, 2018 For the first month of the season, the Mets were one of the best teams in baseball. They rocketed to an 11-1 start, setting a record for the best start by the franchise. All the demons of the past, of epic collapses and strange flukes, seemed distant if not banished. It turns out they were merely hiding. The team, now at 28-34, is one of the worst in baseball. This may not come as a surprise to some long-suffering Mets fans, witnessing yet another collapse from a high with, yes, its share of flukes (one player was lost when he banged his foot into the center-field wall during a running catch). But their collapse is notable for all the effort and promise that went into assuring not again, not this time. That was the promise from the owners, the Wilpon family, and the front office, led by … [Read more...] about After a Hot Start, the Mets Went Cold. What Went Wrong?