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    Police are investigating a “death match” wrestling event staged in front of kids that turned into a bloody brawl as contestants attacked each other with glass lighting tubes and even a weed whacker. The event performed at the Conservative Club in Seaham, County Durham, England, on April 29 was a raucous affair that had been advertised as a family-friendly event, and, indeed, several families with pre-teen children were in the audience. Police investigating Pro Wrestling death match that went too far https://t.co/F9DiKWnkB9 — OutKick (@Outkick) May 15, 2022 The show’s organizer, James Barrass of Colliery Championship Wrestling, told the BBC that the match between wrestlers Ronnie Thatcher and Blizzard “escalated” and broke out into an all-out bloodfest, including weapons. Barrass also insisted that he was unaware that the match would include weapons such as a weed whacker and glass fluorescent lighting tubes. What is "death match wrestling", the BBC asks in a report on a family event staged by the Seaham Conservative Club. https://t.co/lEZz48jnlQ — Jim Edwards (@Jim_Edwards) May 12, 2022 The event was not advertised as a “death match,” but...
    THIS is the gruesome moment a family wrestling match turned into a bloody "death match" as fighters attacked each other with glass. Police have launched a probe after the performers used a garden strimmer and lightbulbs to batter each other. 5A family wrestling event turned into a bloody death matchCredit: Graham Hobbs / Facebook 5The performers used garden strimmers and light bulbs to attack each other The Colliery Championship Wrestling (CCW) event had not advertised it was a death match and even offered discount family tickets, the BBC reports. Organiser James Barrass said the fight "escalated" between wrestlers Ronnie Thatcher and Blizzard, who used weapons without his knowledge. But he said medics present at the event "didn't have to do too much". He said: "Things can sometimes not go to plan. Obviously there was a little bit more that went down. Read more on wrestlingBIG TAKE WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin should get Undertaker role - Booker T "I spoke to the two guys afterwards. We had discussions and obviously that will not be happening again." The promoter admitted...
    ARSENAL and Manchester United fans put their rivalry aside in the seventh minute of their Premier League clash to show support for Cristiano Ronaldo after the tragic death of his baby boy. The two sides faced off on Saturday lunchtime, just six days after Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez revealed the horrific news that their twin son had died during birth. 2Ronaldo returned to the Man Utd line-up just six days after the tragic death of his daughterCredit: Getty 2Man Utd fans supported Ronaldo at the Arsenal game following the tragedy Ronaldo's newborn daughter survived the birth, before the Portuguese forward was then understandably ruled out of the game against Liverpool on Tuesday night. But upon his return to Man Utd's starting line-up, Ronaldo was greeted with a warm welcome from Arsenal fans as both sets off fans stood to applaud in the seventh minute of the match. Ronaldo's former Real Madrid team-mate Martin Odegaard also shared a hug with the Man Utd striker seconds before kick-off. It comes after Liverpool supporters chanted "You'll Never Walk Alone" during the...
    MIKE TYSON has warned Logan and Jake Paul he'd 'beat their asses' if they ever shared the ring with him. SunSport revealed in January that explorative talks over a shock bout between Jake and former undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson had taken place. 3Boxing legend Mike Tyson has publicly entertained fights against Jake and Logan PaulCredit: GETTY 3And Iron Mike has warned the pair "beat their f***ing asses" if they ever foughtCredit: [email protected] 3Paul recently urged Tyson to consider fighting himCredit: Instagram Iron Mike, 55, has also publicly entertained the prospect of facing Jake's older brother Logan, who locked horns with boxing great Floyd Mayweather last June. And the Baddest Man on the Planet believes he'd wipe the floor with the pair, saying during a recent episode of his podcast: “I’d beat their f**king ass." Tyson - who returned to the ring in November 2020 for an exhibition bout with Roy Jones Jr - insists he wouldn't give the YouTubers turned boxers any breathing room if they fought. He continued: “I’m going straight at them.” READ MORE BOXING NEWSPAUL FOR IT...
    DAMIAN LEWIS will return to the limelight for a very worthwhile cause. I can reveal the Homeland actor is the big star signing for the England team taking on a World XI at this year’s Soccer Aid match. 11Damian Lewis will return to the spotlight for the first time since the death of his wife Helen McCrory at Soccer AidCredit: Getty 11Helen passed away last April after a secret battle with cancerCredit: Getty He has kept a low profile since the death of his actress wife Helen McCrory last April but will return in good company, with former One Direction star Liam Payne captaining the squad for the match in June. Singer Tom Grennan, actor Lucien Laviscount and comedian Alex Brooker, the first physically disabled player to take part, all posed for photos in their kit. Soccer Aid founder and singer Robbie Williams has also agreed to take to the pitch to play for England, and will treat fans to a rendition of his 1997 smash hit Angels at half-time. The match raises funds for children’s charity Unicef. Read...
    ENGLAND cricket captain Joe Root has revealed the dressing room was left stunned at Shane Warne's sudden death. The legend, 52, was with pals at a luxury villa when he was found unresponsive on Friday after suffering a suspected heart attack. 4Joe Root has paid tribute to Shane WarneCredit: Getty 4The cricket legend passed away yesterday in ThailandCredit: AP His desperate friends performed CPR for around 20 minutes before paramedics took him to the Thai International Hospital, where he was sadly pronounced dead. Skipper Root revealed how the devastating news spread through the England team after they held a minute's silence during their warm-up match in Antigua. He said: "It's shocked us all in the dressing room. Condolences to his loved ones and his family and friends. "We had just started the game and it filtered through the dressing room. It's been quite a quiet dressing room off the back of it. It's hit everyone quite hard if I'm being brutally honest." Root "fondly" recalled how he got the chance to discuss cricket with the Aussie sporting legend. He also told how Warne was...
    In a letter sent to the president of USA Wrestling, Bruce Baumgartner, Iranian wrestler Alireza Dabir wrote, "I am very sorry to announce that the national wrestling team of the Islamic Republic of Iran, due to not granting visas to 6 members of this team, is not able to participate in a friendly match with the U.S. national team." Fox News Digital broke the story in January that Dabir, who obtained a U.S. residency green card, urged the violent destruction of America during an event celebrating the life and work of the U.S.-designated terrorist Qassem Soleimani.  Soleimani led the Quds Force, a division of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, a U.S.-designated terrorist entity that has been responsible for killing more than 600 American military personnel. He died in a targeted killing in January 2020, slain by an American drone strike in Baghdad. Dabir won a gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Sardar Pashaei, the Iranian American former head coach of Iran’s national Greco-Roman wrestling team, told Fox News Digital, "I am glad that the U.S. State Department did not issue visas...
    Bogota, Colombia (CNN)A Colombian football player announced he and his teammates have received death threats following a controversial match in Colombia on Saturday.The match in question, between Llaneros Football Club and Union Magdalena SA, saw Llaneros concede two goals in extra time, resulting in the start of a match-fixing investigation against the club after it was accused by fans and even the country's president of throwing the match. In a 30-second video posted on social media on Tuesday, Jorge Duván Mosquera, a Llaneros defender, addressed his comments to president Iván Duque himself, saying: "We fear for our own lives: me and my teammates are scared to go out, we fear something might happen to us on the street." Following Mosquera's video, Llaneros FC confirmed in a public statement that some of its players had received death threats, announcing the club contacted the police and hired a law firm to assist its players. The incident is spilling out as of one of Colombia's largest sports scandals in recent history. On Saturday, Llaneros were playing against the Union Magdalena SA in the...
    (CNN)The death of a University of Nevada Las Vegas student who participated in a fraternity charity boxing match has been ruled a homicide, but criminal charges will not be filed, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.Nathan Tyler Valencia, 20, participated in Kappa Sigma fraternity's "Fight Night" on November 19. Valencia collapsed after the fight, was hospitalized and died November 23, just four days before his 21st birthday, according to family attorney Nick Lasso. The Clark County Office of Coroner/Medical Examiner said Valencia's cause of death was blunt force head trauma and it was classified as a homicide.A University of Nevada Las Vegas student dies days after participating in fraternity charity boxing match"The definition of homicide is an act of a human killing another person," police said in a statement released to CNN. "Detectives look at the facts surrounding the specific event that caused the death of the person and determine if there is any criminality."Although Mr. Valencia's death is tragic, the circumstances surrounding his death are not criminal and no charges will be filed," the statement said. Read...
    (CNN)The family of Nathan Valencia, the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) student who died days after a charity boxing match, said his death "could have been avoided."Cynthia Valencia told CNN's Brianna Keilar Monday she was worried when her son first mentioned he was going to participate in UNLV's Kappa Sigma fraternity's "Fight Night" November 19."But he kept telling us 'no, this is for people who didn't have prior boxing experience,' because he never was a boxer. He truly was just doing this because it was for a charity," she said.Nathan, 20, died four days after collapsing at the end of the fight. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, another fraternity.Nick Lasso, an attorney for the Valencia family said, "This was an event that was known to the university, it's been held many times in years past." Read MoreAccording to an online flyer for the bout, the event was a fundraiser for Center Ring Boxing, a Las Vegas-based organization that establishes youth boxing programs for area children and their families.Lasso said it appears safety protocols were not followed,...
    A suspended Virginia Tech linebacker accused in the fatal beating of a Tinder match has been indicted on a charge of second-degree murder. Isimemen Etute, 18, who is accused in the death of 40-year-old Jerry Smith in May, was indicted by a grand jury Tuesday, The Roanoke Times reported. A hearing is scheduled Nov. 18. Etute said he visited Smith’s apartment in April after he was matched with someone named “Angie” on Tinder, and returned on May 31 to determine whether his match was male or female, attorneys and witnesses said at earlier hearings. A detective testified that Etute groped Smith and used his phone’s flashlight to get a better look in the dark apartment before repeatedly punching the victim. The medical examiner’s office revealed that Smith died from blunt force trauma to the head. Etute was released in June on $75,000 secured bond under house arrest and electronic monitoring. He was ordered to stay with his family in Virginia Beach. Etute was suspended from the school and its football team during the investigation. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All...
    THERE are a few different ways the investigation for Gabby Petito’s death will proceed and a DNA match may be crucial to determine if Brian Laundrie killed her. Gabby’s body was found last month at Grand Tenton National Park in Wyoming, a destination the pair visited on their cross-country trip.  2Gabby Petito was found murdered in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming 2Brian Laundrie's remains were found in Florida after he was reported missing one month earlier Laundrie is the lone “person of interest” in this case and his skeletal remains were found last Wednesday in the Carlton Reserve near his family's North Port, Florida home.  DNA INVESTIGATION A DNA match may be needed to determine if Laundrie killed his fiancée because both of the remains have been exposed to different elements and various animals for multiple weeks, abc7 reported.  The outlet said that the DNA investigation could be complicated as the two were romantically involved and lived in close proximity.   "Reconstruction experts can do amazing things, so I would not be surprised if at some point we got a...
    A BRAZILIAN footballer has been arrested after attacking a referee. William Ribeiro violently kicked official Rodrigo Crivellaro on the hour mark of Sao Paulo RS's league match against Guarani on Monday. 1William Ribeiro was arrested after attacking referee Rodrigo CrivellaroCredit: Twitter His side were trailing 1-0 when he launched the series of blows. Video footage from the match showed how Ribeiro booted Crivellaro to the ground in disgusting fashion. And then with the ref lying helplessly on the pitch, the player took another horrible kick at his head. Ribeiro was immediately restrained by opponents as others called the medical team on. Crivellaro required treatment on the pitch and within seconds, an ambulance drove on to take him to hospital. More to follow... Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Brozovic transfer eyed, five players 'unhappy' with SolskjaerLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Mbappe to leave PSG, Tuchel fumes over international break, Haaland LATEST'NEVER FORGET' Ronaldo pays emotional tribute to best friend after sudden death of his wifeVideoMO MAGIC Watch Salah score goal of season contender with 'Messi' effort against Man CityPicturedNO...
    The biggest moments in CMT Music Awards history The 5 Best Bargains on Costco’s Food Court Menu © Provided by Sports Illustrated Rogers said following her fourth-round defeat against Emma Raducanu that she expected to see "nine million death threats" on social media. Two days after pulling off an upset over top-seeded Ashleigh Barty in the third round, Shelby Rogers's U.S. Open run ended on Monday with a loss to Emma Raducanu in straight sets. While her elimination was cause for disappointment, Rogers's thoughts after the match were with a different concern altogether: social media. Speaking to the media following the defeat, Rogers said she expected to see "nine million death threats" from strangers on her social media accounts, according to ESPN'S Aishwarya Kumar, and bemoaned the role social media plays in sports. "Obviously we appreciate the spotlight in those moments, but then you have today and I'm going to have nine million death threats and whatnot," Rogers said. "It's very much polarizing, one extreme to the other very quickly." After rallying to beat Barty in a thrilling three-set...
    Denmark's team doctor has confirmed Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during their Euro 2020 fixture with Finland but the cause of his heart problem remains unclear. The midfielder fell to the ground just before half-time and needed emergency CPR treatment for 13 minutes. The 29-year-old was stabilised on the pitch and was taken to hospital where he was awaiting further checks.  Denmark team doctor Morten Boesen confirmed the midfielder had suffered a cardiac arrest but it said the cause is still unclear.   Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 fixture with Finland Denmark's team doctor confirmed the midfielder came close to death in a press conference Eriksen collapsed just before half-time and needed urgent CPR for around 13 minutes Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand said he had spoken to the midfielder, who could not remember his collapse but insisted he was more concerned about the welfare of his team-mates.  Eriksen told Hjulmand: 'I don't remember much but I'm more concerned about you guys. How are you doing?'  'That's typical Christian,' Hjulmand added. 'It was good...
    A suspended Virginia Tech football player admitted to police that he beat Blacksburg resident Jerry Paul Smith to death after discovering that Smith, whom the defendant met on the dating app Tinder and with whom he agreed to engage in sexual acts, was a man, prosecutors said, citing police statements. Ismemen David Etute, who appeared in Montgomery County District Court in Virginia on Wednesday for a bond hearing after being charged with second-degree murder, told police that he punched Smith five times in the face and continued punching and “stomped” Smith after he fell down ground in response to the revelation that Smith was not the woman he expected to meet, according to a summary of arguments made in court. Etute had previously been to Smith’s residence on April 10 for oral sex under the impression that he was going to meet someone named Angie, attorneys for both the defense and prosecution told Judge Randal Duncan, according to the Roanoke Times. Summaries of the evidence said the defendant returned to Smith’s apartment on May 31 for more sex,...
    (CNN)The Argentina national team paid tribute to Diego Maradona in its first match since his death, unveiling a five-meter [16.4-foot] statue and wearing his image on their shirts ahead of kick-off.Maradona, an Argentine icon and widely considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, died after suffering heart failure in November last year.In the fifth round of fixtures in South American World Cup qualifying, Argentina and Chile played out a 1-1 draw in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, with Alexis Sanchez's goal canceling out Lionel Messi's penalty. A 16-foot-5-inch tall statue of late football legend Diego Maradona is unveiled at the Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades."It [the match] is special, since it was the first without Diego," Messi told reporters after the game. "It would have been nice if there were people in the stadium to pay tribute to him, but what is happening in the country and worldwide is complex. We wanted the win and to represent the national team as Maradona used to do."Read MoreREAD: Diego Armando Maradona -- The tormented genius who became one of football's greatest...
    Orange County Supervisors Don Wagner and Katrina Foley are joining the family of 6-year-old Aiden Leos in their desperate search for the people responsible for his death in a road rage attack on the 55 Freeway last week. Leos died in his mother’s arms Friday after a shooter fired into their vehicle on the northbound side of the freeway around 8 a.m. The family on Sunday announced a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the boy’s death. Wagner on Monday said he would match it, and Foley followed suit Tuesday for a total of $150,000. “I can’t imagine the horror, and there’s nothing we can do to undo it,” Wagner said. “Maybe this is a little something we can do to help at least bring this person to justice and closure for this family, to the extent that’s even possible in the circumstances.” Money for the family’s $50,000 reward were crowdsourced through a GoFundMe page that had raised more than $164,000 before being taken down Monday. Two additional pages were set...
    Sign up here to get our daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota delivered straight to your inbox each afternoon. And go here to see all of MinnPost’s COVID-19 coverage. MinnPost provides updates on coronavirus in Minnesota Sunday through Friday. The information is published following a press phone call with members of the Walz administration or after the release of daily COVID-19 figures by the Minnesota Department of Health. Here are the latest updates from April 9, 2021: 537,828 cases; 6,932 deaths State to open vaccination site in Lino Lakes Article continues after advertisement 537,828 cases; 6,932 deaths Ten more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Friday, for a total of 6,932. Of the people whose deaths were announced Friday, three were in their 90s, four were in their 80s, one was in their 70s, one was in their 60s and one was in their 30s. Six of the 10 people whose deaths announced Friday were residents of long-term care facilities. Minnesota has reported 84 deaths through the first nine days of April, and...
    Paige Spirinac revealed online trolls told her to kill herself after she suggested a change to golf’s calendar. The social media personality was gripped by the World Matchplay tournament at the weekend when she took to Twitter. She wrote: “One major should be match play.” And Spiranac, 28, later revealed that suggestion led vile comments on social media. Speaking on her Instagram stories, she said: “Yesterday, because I love match play I said one major should be match play on Twitter and a lot of people were agreeing. “Then Golf Memes posted it on Instagram and people were roasting me. It wasn’t like ‘no’ it was outrageous, actually it was pretty funny. “Obviously it’s a hypothetical and it’s never going to happen so don’t hate me or tell me to kill myself over this — which is also what was happening which is bizarre in itself.” The pro golfer last week told an Australian commentator to ‘f–k off’ after he criticised an advert she appeared in. Francis Leach was flicking through a copy of The Age newspaper, when he...
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