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    In a post fight interview, Tyson Fury found an odd and entertaining way to catch Francis Ngannou off guard and create a viral moment. Tyson Fury seems to be a fairly entertaining sort of guy. He’s a bit eccentric at times and is apparently willing to do just about anything to make folks laugh. It looks like that includes asking Francis Ngannou if he has a “big corey.” For those that aren’t aware, that’s slang for a specific body part. Given the nature of the question, it’s not exactly a question that ESPN was prepared to have broadcast and it’s not exactly a question that Ngannou appeared prepared to answer. Here’s a video of the question that has caught some attention online. And then things get a bit awkward. Unreal ???? pic.twitter.com/APetHsou21 — AFeldmanMMA (@afeldMMA) April 23, 2022 Tyson Fury’s question catches Francis Ngannou off guard, creates viral moment during post fight interview The moment sure is something. “Have you got a big Corey” ???????????????????????????????????????? @Tyson_Fury https://t.co/v2J5cRNcoa — Si Mills ????⚽️????⛳️☕️ (@Supermillsie) April 23, 2022 ain’t no way —...
    Q: Ira, you point to Dewayne Dedmon as a playoff-rotation player for the Heat to address the rebounding. But last year he was with the Heat when they were crushed on the glass by the Bucks in the playoffs. — Wes. A: But the Heat last year also were trying to get by with Trevor Ariza as the starting power forward and with less collective rebounding. This season, Kyle Lowry provides help on the glass and there is more of a group mentality. But I do agree that there could become some potential matchups where Dewayne Dedmon is asked to step aside in terms of smaller ball. If the Cavaliers, for example, are without Jarrett Allen, or even when Allen would leave the game in such a matchup, there arguably could be better options than having Dewayne going out to the corners to defend Kevin Love or having to deal with the athleticism of Evan Mobley. So that could open it more to Caleb Martin, which could in turn open it up more for an additional wing (Victor Oladipo?). Q:...
    Q: Opponents’ points in the paint are up, and the Heat are being consistently outrebounded of late. Has Erik Spoelstra ended the two-bigs experiment? — Ken, Coral Springs. A: Did it ever really start? If you play two big men in today’s NBA, it is because one of them has the type of 3-point range that retains the respect of the defense. That Heat had that with Kelly Olynyk, and, to a degree, with Meyers Leonard. Even with Dewayne Dedmon converting his occasional threes or Omer Yurtseven showing such range in limited minutes, it’s not as if that would definitively open the lane for Bam Adebayo or Jimmy Butler. This roster is not designed for big-big. The problem is that the power forwards are decidedly undersized, when counting P.J. Tucker and Caleb Martin. Ultimately, Bam Adebayo simply has to come up big on the boards on a nightly basis. Q: Love Bam Adebayo, but he is too willing to switch out on perimeter players. He does it without effective screens on him. This leads to a cascade of problems: 1....
    Dear Readers: Every year I step away from my column briefly to work on other creative projects. (Anyone interested in my personal essays and photographs can subscribe to my free newsletter: amydickinson.substack.com.) Amy Dickinson  I’ll be back next week. Today’s “best of” topic from 10 years ago concerns workplace sexual harassment. Dear Amy: I have been working off and on as a freelance consultant for a nonprofit organization. I work from a home office and take occasional meetings with employees of the nonprofit. I also meet with clients. Recently the organization hired a new director; I was working as a consultant on a project for the organization at the time. Soon after his hiring, the new director asked to have lunch with me. He and I went to a restaurant to talk about possible future projects, etc. At the end of the luncheon, as we were saying goodbye on the curb outside the restaurant, I reached my hand out to shake his. Suddenly, he pulled me toward him and kissed me full on the lips. I was so shocked that...
    Q: Do you anticipate a jump in Victor Oladipo’s minutes before the playoffs to test his durability and fit with multiple lineups? — Al, Kendall. A: It certainly is possible, but it hardly is trending in that direction, with Victor Oladipo first given the second night of a back-to-back off for rest, and then this latest setback with back spasms. Beyond that, it’s not as if Erik Spoelstra has to move to such a direction, considering Caleb Martin already is back and Spoelstra has a rotation he still has to whittled from 10 deep. But if Spoelstra does want to go “big” with Oladipo minutes, perhaps it will come during one of the two remaining back-to-back sets, while others sit out. Still, without mixing Victor in with the regulars, it’s debatable how valuable such minutes would be. Q: Was the 2016-17 team a lesson for Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra? With all due respect, championships aren’t built around Caleb Martin, Markieff Morris, Dewayne Dedmon, Victor Oladipo, et al. Dedmon was out of the NBA for a reason. Martin was cut...
    "When I brought this to my sister's attention she said that the groomsmen (I'll call him John) is my date," she wrote. "She told me John is single so it made sense to 'pair us up' and have us be each other's dates." The decision, she insisted, is not about cutting costs, as her family is reportedly paying upwards of $75,000 for the wedding. She added that other bridesmaids and groomsmen are permitted to bring plus-ones. "I've been out for 15 years," she said. "I took a girl to my prom. My parents and sister have taken me to pride parades in the past. Everyone knows I'm gay and it's never been a problem but now I feel like it is." Unhappy with the response she got from her sister, the bridesmaid took her gripes to her parents. They told her, she said, that she was being "self-centered" and said that her sister "can do as she pleases" since it's her wedding. "I feel like it's homophobia no matter what my sister and parents say,"...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly asked wantaway stars such as Paul Pogba to delay the decision on their future until the club pick a permanent manager. Pogba's deal at United is due to expire in June and he is free to negotiate terms with foreign clubs. 1Pogba has missed 14 games through injuryCredit: PA Should the Frenchman walk away from Old Trafford for free, it will be for the second time in his United career. But according to ESPN, the Red Devils are hoping that their next managerial appointment can help convince big stars like Pogba to stay and renew their contract. However, Pogba is yet to feature under interim manager Ralf Rangnick due to a hamstring injury he picked up in November. Pogba is said to be a big fan of the German and could be willing to extend his stay in Manchester if Rangnick is handed the permanent job. SunSport understand that Rangnick has started to convince the World Cup winner that he can build a team around him. Rangnick also believes that Pogba could be...
    Getty Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade attends a Li Ning promotional event in Beijing, China in 2013. The NBA‘s longstanding business relationships in China amid human rights violations occurring in the country have been a hot topic in recent years. And the United States Congress wants some of the league’s stars, including Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade and current players Jimmy Butler and Udonis Haslem to help sever some of those ties, per ESPN. Specifically, some members of Congress are calling upon Wade and others to end their own pacts with Chinese apparel and shoewear companies. “If [Wade] and others said, ‘No, I’m not going to do this,’ others will follow. This is the kind of pressure that China understands,” Rep. James McGovern (D-Massachusetts) told ESPN. “The more there is affiliation with American athletes, American companies and corporations, the more they can get cover for the terrible things that are going on.”The Situation in China Play Dwyane Wade on why he left Jordan Brand and built his own with Chinese company | ESPNMiami Heat guard Dwyane Wade...
    ARSENAL have asked the Premier League to postpone the North London derby clash against Tottenham this weekend. The Gunners have seen numbers decimated by injury, suspensions and positive coronavirus tests. 1Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is hoping the big North London derby is postponed And big rivals Spurs are not happy with the appeal going in just 48 hours before the crunch clash. The two teams were scheduled to face off on Sunday, with a 4.30pm kick-off. More to follow... Most read in SportDJOKOVIC UPDATES World No 1's Visa cancelled AGAIN decision, deportation LATESTWRESTLING WITH LAW WWE Hall of Famer turned porn star arrested for making 'terror threats'ALL-STAR Watch Floyd Mayweather chat to Madonna at party with Kanye West & Antonio BrownCOURT OUT Novak could face JAIL for 'lying on Oz travel form and travelling before flight' BETTING SPECIAL - GET £40 IN FREE BETS ON THE AFCON ⚽ Read our Transfer News Live blog for the very latest rumours, gossip and done deals
    MARRIAGE proposals mark a time for couples to decide whether they want to take their relationship to the next level. Oftentimes, people become overwhelmed with excitement and are quick to say “yes” to the sparkling ring in front of them. 3A divorcee offered some sage advice for couples who believe they’re ready for the big commitment.Credit: Tiktok/laurahigh5 3She said if you ask yourself this question, you may avoid a big mistakeCredit: Tiktok/laurahigh5 But one woman, Laura High, said you should think long and hard about what your future might look like before agreeing to walk down the aisle. Posting to her TikTok account, she began: “No joke I would’ve emptied my bank account ten times over to get this advice before I married by ex-husband. “So, look at your person—he, she, they them—exactly as they are right now.” She advised her followers to: “take away all potential, all dreams, all expectations, all of the promises that they have made to you.” “So only see them as they are in this exact moment,” she went on. And here’s the big question:...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I feel like I shoulder all the responsibility in my family. I am married, and my husband works and comes home every day — but that’s about it. He rarely helps with homework, housework or anything else. Harriette Cole  Honestly, we don’t spend much time together. We will be in the house for hours at a time, but he will be in one room and I will be in another. We basically coexist rather than having a friendship or close relationship. The most interaction we have is when one or both of us drink; then we argue. This is not the life I thought I would have after being married for a long time. I don’t want to accept that this is the best I can expect of my marriage. I have tried in the past to get him to be more engaged, but he just shrugs it off. How can I get him to want to spend time with me? If he won’t, should I think about getting a divorce? At Wit’s End DEAR AT WIT’S END:...
    Dear Amy: I met my wife online right before I had a serious accident, followed by cancer in 2013. She stayed with me during my treatment and recovery, but it was not “cookies and cream” during that time. Amy Dickinson  We fought a lot. She left a few times, but always came back. I was grateful to her for her financial and emotional support for a little over a year, and ended up marrying her when I was finished with my treatments. She works in a public school and has a low salary. Since I returned to work, I have financially supported our household (95 percent — she pays her own gas) and have used up my accident settlement to pay for our daily expenses. Two years ago, her father died and she received a sizable inheritance, as well as his house. Related Articles Ask Amy: They say I’m not allowed to impose my rules on their kids Ask Amy: Millennials, here’s the reason for your so-called trauma Ask Amy: My husband is punishing...
    A BODY-POSITIVE woman took to TikTok to show how proud she was of her curves despite those who disapproved of her looks. The woman, who goes by Hexsii on social media, championed the "big girl movement" and proudly displayed her figure online. 2Body-positive influencer Hexsii wanted to encourage people to feel good in their bodiesCredit: TikTok/@hexsii 2The influencer joked that people asked where her bum wasCredit: TikTok/@hexsii In the video the influencer can be seen wearing shorts and a strappy top and lip-syncing to the song Face Off by Dwayne Johnson. She captioned the short clip with: "How do you have no butt?" In another video the woman explained that her message was important as it showed other women that it was ok to be happy in the body that they are in. The post gathered almost 150k likes and more than six thousand comments. Plenty of fans were impressed by the woman's message and applauded her bravery. One said: "The fact she's being humorous speaks volumes about her character. I'm here for it hunny. YESSSSSS." Most read...
    Dear Amy: I have been in a relationship for 10 years with a man I love. We have had a good relationship, but like any couple we also have had our ups and downs. Amy Dickinson  I know I should end things with him, because this relationship is going nowhere. He has two major problems: First of all, he is a hoarder. Secondly, there is another woman. He swears up and down that they’re only friends, but he continues to see her behind my back. She gives him money so that he will continue seeing her. I’m asking for your advice about what I should do. Related Articles Ask Amy: Can my ex-boyfriend really make me pay him back? Ask Amy: My husband accused me unfairly, and we haven’t spoken in weeks Ask Amy: She keeps coming around, despite what I told her Ask Amy: It was my dream cabin, and now it upsets me just to think about it Ask Amy: I’m a veteran who doesn’t want your hollow...
    Dear Amy: My younger brother is in the Navy. We have always been very close. Amy Dickinson  I worry that he is spending his money in ways that are not always in his best interest. I regret not investing more of my own income when I was his age, and I’ve tried to talk to him about the importance of holding some money back for your future, but he still exhibits a specific behavior which concerns me. For instance, his girlfriend’s dad needed a new phone, so my brother went out and bought new phones for him and his girlfriend, and then gave her father his old one (which was only a few months old). Related Articles Ask Amy: He gets angry if I yawn when he’s talking Ask Amy: People say I look 30, and I have a young boyfriend, but am I too old for this plan? Ask Amy: He micromanages our child’s life, and it’s hurting our marriage Ask Amy: Strangers have started calling me a name I can’t...
    In this article AMCNoam Galai | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty ImagesAMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron has set an optimistic target for the 2021 domestic box office. During an earnings call Monday, Aron said AMC could post positive cash flow at the theater level as soon as the fourth quarter if the domestic box office reaches at least $5.2 billion. This means that AMC's theaters would generate enough money to cover all of its operation costs. Industry insiders, however, are not convinced the goal is attainable, particularly, as a new Covid-19 variant has forced local government to reinstate health and safety measures like mask mandates. Experts are also keenly aware that the availability of many major blockbusters on streaming platforms at the same time as theaters has eaten into ticket sales. As of Sunday, the domestic box office has tallied $1.76 billion in ticket sales, according to data from Comscore. This means that Hollywood would need to generate around $3.4 billion in revenue in the final 20 weeks of the year — a feat that many box office analysts say...
    Dear Amy: My 27-year-old grandson, who is getting married, called me up screaming at the top of his lungs saying I was a Republican and Nazi, that I am dead to him and to “F-off” — all because his grandfather (my husband) asked our daughter (his mother) if they got vaccinated. Amy Dickinson  This was a concern because we are flying across the country and I am supposed to officiate his wedding. Plus, his grandpa is very concerned for them. He told me he wasn’t putting poison in his blood for our peace of mind. What the Hell am I supposed to do? I tried calming him down to explain, but his rage was beyond any reasoning. As of now we will still be going, but not attending the wedding. Related Articles Ask Amy: We’d like to contact this man and point out how selfish he’s being Ask Amy: Do I have to be cruel to make him realize we’re through? Ask Amy: Two family members have cut me off, and I have no...
    Dear Amy: My 31-year-old daughter is “happy with her size.” She doesn’t seem to mind that she’s nearly 300 pounds at 5-foot-5 — until she has a mood swing and then she gets mad at me because I’m not big like her. Amy Dickinson  I never bring up the subject — ever. I don’t know what to say and have to be very careful how I address the subject. Other than that, we get along well. I do worry that her health is at risk, but I don’t dare say a word about her being overweight. All (or most) of her friends are also very large. She resents my being smaller. I don’t know what to do or say. At a Loss (for Words) Related Articles Ask Amy: I didn’t realize I was contributing to my friend’s addiction Ask Amy: What if this family friend asks why I don’t like him? Ask Amy: How can I protect my boy from his mom’s harsh judgment? Ask Amy: My guilt is killing me. How do...
    PRINCE Harry is "too big" for his royal titles and should ask the Queen to "suspend them", Lady Colin Campbell has said. Royal expert Lady C, who wrote a book about Harry, 36, and his wife Meghan Markle, 39, started a petition calling for the duke's titles to be put into abeyance. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 4Harry is 'too big' for his royal titles and should ask the Queen to 'suspend them', Lady Colin Campbell has saidCredit: Getty 4Lady C said it would be 'the right thing to do' for him to ask for his titles to be suspendedCredit: Rex Features This means they would be temporarily suspended. Last year, the Sussexes announced they were stepping back from their positions in the Royal Family and moving with son Archie to America. Lady C said it would be "the right thing to do" for Harry to ask for his titles to be suspended. She told the Daily Star: ""I have spoken to people, many people, who think it’s the right thing to do...
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