Last Updated: 6th December, 2019 23:21 IST UFC: Jose Aldo Challenges Double Champ Henry Cejudo For A Fight In Bantamweight Division Jose Aldo is ready to make his bantamweight debut against Moraes. Know what he seeks from the bantamweight unit and his recent beef with Henry Cejudo. First Published: 6th December, 2019 23:21 IST WATCH US LIVE @danawhite @HenryCejudo We accept the challenge. Just say when and where and I’ll be there to beat your ass and add another gnome to my collection! pic.twitter.com/1R8LDttYm1— Jose Aldo Junior (@josealdojunior) August 21, 2019 COMMENT 10 months ago UFC: 3 major fights in UFC history with controversial endings Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago UFC: Jose Aldo looks shreded in new shape for bantamweight division Also Read | UFC: Jose Aldo Loses Weight For Bantamweight Division; Slams CejudoUFC: Henry Cejudo has a reply for Jose AldoThe Triple C of UFC is not going to let go of his titles that easily. Henry Cejudo is often considered as the ‘King of Cringe’ by UFC fans and he has kept his image alive with a fitting response to Jose Aldo. Henry Cejudo posted a picture of himself with his UFC belts and taunted the Brazilian Jose Aldo by claiming himself as the “real King of Rio”. The two-division champion also suggested Jose Aldo to bend his knee before him. Take a look at Henry Cejudo’s post. 10 months ago UFC: Jose Aldo loses weight for bantamweight division; Slams Cejudo LIVE TV Also Read | UFC News: Cejudo May Vacate Title If He Is Not ‘paid Like A Legend’Also Read | UFC: 3 Major Fights In UFC History With Controversial Endings The Real King of Rio is here! 🇧🇷 #bendtheknee @josealdojunioroficial pic.twitter.com/dMLCOevFuP— Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) December 1, 2019 10 months ago UFC news: Cejudo may vacate title if he is not ‘paid like a legend’ FOLLOW US 10 months ago UFC: Kamaru Usman takes potshots at Colby Covington ahead of UFC 245 Raj Sarkar Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo is set to make his bantamweight debut against Marlon Moraes at UFC 245. He has already claimed the 135 lbs title. Jose Aldo had a great run in the featherweight unit and he is one of the best 145 lbs fighter to have ever played the sport. However, after Jose Aldo’s recent tweet, it seems that the Brazilian wants to spend some more time in the bantamweight division. He has already called out Henry Cejudo for a fight.Also Read | UFC: Jose Aldo Looks Shreded In New Shape For Bantamweight DivisionUFC: Jose Aldo challenges Henry CejudoTriple C Henry Cejudo is currently on a five-fight-win streak with two UFC titles on his shoulder. The Olympic gold medallist got his hands on the flyweight title by dethroning Demetrious Jhonson at UFC 237. He also clashed against TJ Dillashaw to claim his bantamweight title. No wonder, with such eminent victories in his recent fights, Henry Cejudo is currently the ‘hot-aspect’ of UFC and Jose Aldo wants to have a piece of it.Jose Aldo is going to face Marlon Moraes, who had an unsuccessful attempt at bantamweight gold, in his last fight. Henry Cejudo knocked out Marlon Moraes in his last fight and if Jose Aldo gets to do the same, we can expect Jose Aldo vs Henry Cejudo to clash for the bantamweight title. Take a look at Jose Aldo’s challenge.
Roberta MorelandRoberta E. Moreland, age 82, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, passed away Wednesday evening, November 5, 2014 at Golden Living Center in Wellington, KS.Â Roberta was a resident of Belle Plaine, KS most of her adult life.Â She was the former co-owner of the Family Food Center in Belle Plaine.Roberta E. (Lemon) Moreland was born on December 22, 1931 in Barney, Iowa to Bert L. Lemon and Emma L. (Kiple) Lemon.Roberta married Dale L. Moreland on January 6, 1950 in Anthony, KS.Â He preceded her in death in May of 2000.She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Dale; daughter, Dalene Moreland; brother, Ray Lemon; and sisters, Hazel Phillips and Dora Gardner.Survivors include her two children, Lane Moreland and his wife Ann of Belle Plaine, KS and Lynn Jenkins and her husband Robert of Wellington; six grandchildren, Stephanie, Carey, Amy, Courtney, Robby, and Tyler; and nine great grandchildren.Funeral Services will be held at the First Christian Church in Wellington on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 10:30 A.M.Â Pastor Don Bryant will officiate.Â Interment will follow the service at the Belle Plaine Cemetery.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Friday, November 7, 2014 from 1 to 8 p.m. The family will be present to greet friends from 6 to 7 p.m.Memorials have been established with the First Christian Church and Rivercross Hospice.Â Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net
As questions continue in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting, the Broward School District recently cleared administrators at the school, even after an outside investigator blamed them for several procedural failures contributing to the 2018 massacre.A committee of district administrators did not find just cause on May 7 to discipline Ty Thompson, who was principal of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at the time of the shooting, or Assistant Principal Denise Reed. Both individuals were reassigned from the school last year.Jeff Morford, another assistant principal at the school who has retired, was also cleared of most of the allegations against him.However, he was given a letter of reprimand for mishandling a 2016 threat assessment of the student who would kill 17 people and injure another 17 on Feb. 14, 2018.Records obtained by the Sun Sentinel show that attorney Jennifer Ruiz, whose firm was contracted by the district to conduct a review, accused Thompson of failing to adequately supervise school employees.“The evidence shows that Mr. Thompson delegated away many of his own responsibilities or duties to his assistant principals, but failed to implement any type of system to oversee compliance,” she wrote.Ruiz adds that Reed and Morford botched the killer’s threat assessment, and that Morford also ignored various warning signs and provided testimony lacking credibility.A statement from Kathy Koch, the district’s chief communications officer, said Ruiz’s role was to research and present facts, which was was done “comprehensively and thoroughly.”Koch adds that the decision to determine whether there was cause for discipline was up to the committee.“The committee concluded there was not just cause,” the statement goes on to say.Lisa Maxwell, who represents the three administrators as executive director of the Broward Principals and Assistants Association, responds, “The investigator had no idea of how any of the processes actually work. All she did was try to be a rubber stamp for the statewide commission, and she failed miserably.”She described Ruiz as a “lawyer from Miami with no background in investigations, absolutely zero understanding of how schools operate.”Ruiz also completed investigations of Assistant Principal Winfred Porter and Security Specialist Kelvin Greenleaf.In the end, she found no cause to discipline Greenleaf. However, she determined that Porter, who oversaw the school’s security, failed to ensure staff knew how and when to activate emergency Code Red lockdown procedures.The Professional Standards Committee also overturned that recommendation and cleared Porter.The only employees who ended up facing any severe discipline were two security monitors whose contracts were not renewed in June 2018.The full investigation into Ty Thompson is available here. Notes from the Professional Standards Committee can be found here.The investigation of Denise Reed has three parts. Read Part 1, Part 2 or Part 2 supplement. Notes from the Professional Standards Committee can be found here.The investigation of Jeff Morford has three parts. Read Part 1, Part 2 or Part 2 supplement. Notes from the Professional Standards Committee can be found here.The full investigation of Winfred Porter is available here. Notes from the Professional Standards Committee can be found here.The full investigation of Kelvin Greenleaf is available here. Notes from the Professional Standards Committee can be found here.
…calls for replacement MP to be identifiedSpeaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland, on Thursday officially declared a seat vacant in the benches of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), subsequent to the resignation of Member of Parliament, Charles Ramson Jr.According to Dr Scotland, with Ramson’s resignation, a seat in the opposition benches has now to be filled by a person whose name is to be extracted from the list that Ramson represented.The young attorney tendered his resignation on September 30 last, and at the time had signalled his intention to pursue a Masters in Oil and Gas at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom.In his letter to the National Assembly, Ramson Jr had explained that his course of action was so that he could pursue a Masters in Oil and Gas Enterprise Management given that Guyana was moving in the direction of becoming an oil and gas-producing nation.Ramson Jr is the second member of the Opposition to resign since being sworn in as a Member of the 11th Parliament following the May 2015 General and Regional Elections, where the PPP/C suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of the coalition A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC).Dr Clive Jagan had earlier this year tendered his resignation due to illness.Dr Scotland in announcing Ramson Jr’s vacant seat in the House, called on the representative of the list of Candidates for the PPP/C, to extract from the list the name of the person to become its newest Member of Parliament.Guyana Times has been told that the party is still to make a decision on who will be replacing Ramson Jr.Ramson Jr in his resignation had said: “It is absolutely critical for our national development that we have Guyanese who are technically trained in the oil and gas sector. This is particularly important for us as a nation in this preparatory phase as we frame the relevant policy, law and vision if we are to avoid the often cited ‘resource curs’ commonly associated with oil and gas producing nations”.Ramson was recently awarded a full scholarship from Chevening, a prestigious scholarship competitively awarded on a global scale funded by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.He had also expressed disappointment over two pertinent issues which prevailed during his time in Parliament, namely: the lack of youth representation at the parliamentary and cabinet levels, and the fact there needs to be a stronger commitment for national unity.It is expected that the PPP/C will be looking to have a new Member of Parliament sworn in ahead of the presentation of the 2017 Budget which is slated for December.
12. Ezequiel Lavezzi: The tattooed trickster’s time in Paris is coming to an end – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Lavezzi, Higuain’s international team-mate’s future is also up in the air. He is reportedly out of favour at Paris Saint-Germain with Tottenham, West Ham and Arsenal three Premier League clubs linked with the 30-year-old forward. 11. Gonzalo Higuain: HUGE offer could see the striker leave Napoli – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Over the last few days, Chelsea have been interested in Napoli’s 27-year-old striker. Higuain has been a Napoli player since he left Real Madrid in 2013, but a fee in excess of £60m has been thrown around. 14 14. Thomas Muller: Will he leave Bayern Munich? – According to reports in Germany, Man United have have launched a huge £60m bid for Muller. The club are looking for a new forward following the exit of Robin van Persie and the uncertainty surrounding the future of Javier Hernandez. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola doesn’t appear to be entirely in tune with the Bavarians’ local links, letting local hero Bastian Schweinsteiger leave and getting rid of highly respected club doctor Hans Muller Wohlfahrt. Could Muller be disillusioned enough to leave? 14 14 14 3. Paul Pogba on the way out of Juventus? Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Juventus’ director general Giuseppe Marotta said the club would like to keep the 22-year-old midfielder, but are powerless to stop him leaving. We can’t afford to do anything crazy in terms of salaries and some clubs can guarantee twice what we can, he said. 14 7. Charlie Austin: He WILL leave QPR but for the right price – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – The England striker is still at QPR, who are holding out for a £15m fee from interested clubs. It’s a fee Rangers manager Chris Ramsey told talkSPORT is reasonable. 5. Karim Benzema: France and Real Madrid striker heading to the Premier League? Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Arsenal have continued to be linked with the Real Madrid striker, who has so far been quiet on the speculation himself. However, talkSPORT have been told a £48m offer from Arsenal has been ACCEPTED by the Spanish club. Time will tell! 14 14 1. Kevin De Bruyne: Man City have been linked with Wolfsburg attacker – to find out which other big players could be on the move, click the arrow above – Now the Pedro transfer saga has been concluded with the forward joining Chelsea, NOT Man United, what other deals can we look forward to before the end of deadline day on 1 September? One mega money deal may involve De Bruyne, who move from Wolfsburg is still on, according to his agent, Patrick De Koster. In an exclusive interview with talkSPORT, he said: We will see in the next few hours or days what is going to happen. De Koster explained he and the player were not amused by what he called a ‘practical joke’ during an awards ceremony in Germany. One report claims £56m-rate De Bruyne could follow Nicolas Otamendi, who completed his move to the Etihad. 14 10. Julian Draxler: Long term Arsenal transfer target leaving Germany? Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Juventus are interested in Schalke’s 21-year-old midfielder Draxler, with Vidal gone and uncertainty surrounding Pogba. With Schalke not in the Champions League, the lure of a move is obvious. 8. Asier Illaramendi: Midfielder to be forced out of Real Madrid – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Isco’s agent said there is no truth in rumours he will leave Real Madrid, but someone has to leave, considering Inter midfielder Mateo Kovacic is on his way to the Bernabeu. It will mean playing time in the middle will be even more limited as Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are first choice. A deal with Liverpool could happen… 14 6. Hugo Lloris: Tottenham fans still worried about their goalkeeper – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – While the window remains open, Tottenham fans will not rest easy until 1 September and Lloris is a Tottenham player until at least January. Man United remain interested. 14 14 14 4. David De Gea: Will he be Man United’s goalkeeper this season? Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – De Gea’s future at Man United is still not sorted and it is unclear whether the goalkeeper will be at Man United after the transfer window closes. Real Madrid are circling. 2. Mario Gotze: World Cup winner’s Bayern future is uncertain – click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move (to your club?) – There are rumours the Bayern midfielder has a difficult relationship with manager Pep Guardiola. Arsenal, Man City and Juventus, who sold Arturo Vidal to Bayern, have been linked. 14 9. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: The PSG striker could leave on the cheap – Click the arrow above, right to see other big names who could be on the move – Ibrahimovic will be 34 in October and is apparently available for a cut price this summer. Milan are strongly linked with the PSG striker, but Man United and Arsenal have been too, which is something something that has fans drooling. 13. John Stones: Will Everton get £35m for their defender? Click the arrow above, right to see one more big name who could be on the move – Chelsea REALLY want Stones, but is being reported the Blues’ offer of £30m is not good enough and Everton are holding out for more. 14 To the amusement of everyone, Pedro has joined Chelsea.The Spain forward had been tipped to leave Barcelona for Man United, but it appears the Red Devils dropped their interest in the 28-year-old, with reports claiming Southampton’s Sadio Mane is a target. FUNNIEST REACTION AS UNITED LOSE OUT IN PEDRO RACEHis is the latest big transfer and across Europe, players like Bastian Schweinsteiger, Jackson Martinez and Sami Khedira have all moved clubs.But there are still plenty of other moves reportedly being lines up by clubs before the 1 September deadline and here, talkSPORT looks at 14 of the biggest names to keep an eye on.
Click HERE if you’re having trouble viewing the gallery on your mobile device.A Raiders rebound at Denver on Sunday? Boomer Esiason sees two problems with that scenario: coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr.“You’ve got a Hollywood coach that’s doing commercials and everything, and also calling out his quarterback in the media for his poor performance against the Rams,” Esiason said on the CBS pregame show Sunday morning. “A couple of those interceptions were absolutely head-scratching …
While the criteria for promotion to yokozuna aren’t set in stone, the most common catalyst is winning two Grand Tournaments in a row — or some “equivalent” performance.In this case, Yokozuna Deliberation Council likely considered the fact that Kisenosato had the most total match wins in the six Grand Tournaments of the 2016 season — including four second-place finishes, despite no overall tournament victories. Also, after Hakuho was upset on day 14, Kisenosato had the January tournament wrapped up before the final day, which is considered stronger than a normal tournament win. Then, in his final match against Hakuho, Kisenosato won with a spectacular sukuinage (“beltless arm throw”):For more on the past and present of sumo, including a deep dive into 250 years of data, see The Sumo Matchup Centuries In The Making. Japanese sumo has been in a bit of a funk this century. With the sport dominated by Mongolian yokozuna (“grand champions”) such as Asashoryu, Hakuho and Haramafuji, Japan went 58 tournaments between 2006 and 2016 without producing any tournament winners — despite strict limitations on how many foreigners are even allowed to train. Japan hasn’t produced a yokozuna since Wakanohana earned the rank in 1998, and hasn’t even had a yokozuna active in the sport since Wakanohana’s brother Takanohana retired in 2003.But that drought has suddenly (and somewhat unexpectedly) ended, as the Japan Sumo Association on Wednesday officially promoted January basho (tournament) winner Kisenosato to the sport’s most prestigious rank — despite this being his first ever-tournament win.1I don’t want to surmise what every sumo fan or analyst was thinking, but perusing Google search results from before the January basho, I found hardly anything discussing Kisenosato’s yokozuna chances. Note this is unlike when Goeido and Kotoshogiku won tournaments last year, when virtually all of the media coverage of the next basho was about their yokozuna quests.Kisenosato had previously finished in second place (called “jun-yusho”) a record 12 times without winning a tournament (“yusho”) — though he still has the record for most jun-yusho with only one yusho. Of course, that kind of thing happens when your career coincides with that of Hakuho, a living legend who, while less than a year older than Kisenosato, has won 37 tournaments (and counting). Nine of Kisenosato’s jun-yusho have been as runner-up to the “White Peng.”