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Heath & Jordynne Grace Set for Autograph Signing This Friday at Heroes Hideout in Crossgates, NY News / September 27, 2022 / by IMPACT Wrestling Staff This Friday, September 30th, IMPACT Wrestling stars Heath and Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace will appear at Heroes Hideout for two free autograph sessions! Heroes Hideout is located at 1 Crossgates Mall Road in Crossgates, NY. Heath will appear from 5-6pm ET, followed by Jordynne Grace from 6-7pm ET. Tickets for the upcoming IMPACT Wrestling shows in Albany, Bound For Glory on October 7th and Bound For Glory Fallout on October 8th, will be…

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We’ve got the schedule, AVCA Poll and POW news, more POWs and some trivia in this NCAA report. MONDAY-TUESDAY: There were three SWAC matches Monday as Alcorn beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff in four, Alabama A&M swept Mississippi Valley and Grambling swept Southern. In the Missouri Valley, UIC swept Valparaiso and in the Southland, Northwestern State swept UIW. The line of the night goes to UIC’s Mikala Henderson, who had 13 kills, hit .440, and had an assist, five digs and five blocks. There are 25 matches on the Tuesday schedule, including four in the West Coast Conference, including No. 20 Pepperdine…

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England and Germany provided us with some much-needed entertaining football to watch last night during a break in domestic football. Like or loathe the international break, I think it’s safe to say that we all enjoyed watching the six-goal thriller at Wembley last night between two rival nations. What made this one even better though was because it was a Chelsea takeover. Photo by Michael Regan – The FA/The FA via Getty Images Kai Havertz scored twice for Germany, Mason Mount scored for England, and Reece James grabbed an assist. Graham Potter would have been smiling watching this one, and…

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The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without John Tavares as he suffered an oblique strain over the weekend. The captain will miss the next three weeks and has been ruled out of any game action during that time,  according to multiple media sources out of Toronto. Per coach Sheldon Keefe, John Tavares out at least three weeks with an oblique strain … sustained during Saturday’s game— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) September 27, 2022 Because the Maple Leafs are set to open up their schedule on October 12, (15 days from now), that means Tavares will miss some of the regular season. It…

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has been released from a Cleveland hospital after being treated for injuries he sustained in a one-car crash Monday afternoon, ESPN has confirmed.The crash occurred after Garrett left the Browns’ training facility in Berea, Ohio.Garrett’s agent, Nicole Lynn told ESPN that Garrett did not break any bones in the accident.Garrett crashed his 2021 Porsche after practice near Wadsworth, Ohio, at around 3 p.m., according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The vehicle went off the side of the road and flipped over before coming to a rest. A female passenger who was in the…

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On our most recent visit to Chang International Circuit in 2019, Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) sealed his eighth world title with victory, but only after a sensational last lap battle with a then-rookie Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™). That epic fight was the icing on the cake of a brilliant weekend in Thailand, which the 226,000 fans in attendance, the largest that season, can attest to. creditSource link

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Neil Robertson and Mink Nutcharut beat Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna 4-2 in the final of the new BetVictor World Mixed Doubles at the end of a tournament which showcased women’s snooker to a vast audience. The first televised mixed doubles event for 30 years was live on ITV and many broadcasters around the globe, and will surely inspire women and girls to give snooker a try. All four women in the field – Nutcharut, Kenna, Reanne Evans and Ng On Yee – performed admirably and handled the pressure of playing on the main stage. Robertson and Nutcharut started the…

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September 26, 2022 Multiple English doubles pairings were in action at the ORLEN Polish International in Lublin last week. There was no singles representation but five pairings in doubles action, with two teams reaching the quarter-final stage at the event. In the men’s doubles Callum Hemming and Ethan Van Leeuwen were seeded sixth and won two matches on their way to the last eight. Hemming and Van Leeuwen began their campaign with a 21-11 21-15 victory over Spaniards Francisco Olivares and Jaume Perez, before beating Canadian pairing Lai Yin Chung and Jackson Yang 21-19 14-21 21-8. Their campaign came to an end in…

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By Charles Brun: Dillian Whyte was doing a little clout chasing today, putting himself on the same level as the unbeaten Joe Joyce (15-0, 14 KOs). Whyte (28-3, 19 KOs) complimented Joyce for being a “good fighter” and then remarked that he feels he has the type of power that can knock out “anyone on the planet.” It’s fair to say Joyce would smash Whyte to pieces within three rounds. One hard shot to the head from Joyce would likely send Whyte over. The reality is the 35-year-old Whyte has been knocked out in two out of his last three…

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