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NFL Week 3 Schedule

NFL Week 3 Schedule

The NFL Week 3 schedule is out and there are a ton of exciting games for football fans to look forward to watching!

In tomorrow’s Thursday Night Football game, the New York Jets will invade Cleveland to take on a rejuvenated Browns squad.

In this weekend’s Sunday night feature, the New England Patriots will travel to Detroit to take on the Lions.

Finally, on Monday night the Pittsburgh Steelers will head to Tampa Bay to take on the undefeated Buccaneers in Florida.

Thursday Sept. 20 New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns 8:20 p.m.

Sunday Sept. 23 New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Indianapolis Colts vs. Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Buffalo Bills vs. Minnesota Vikings 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Oakland Raiders vs. Miami Dolphins 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Cincinnati Bengals vs Carolina Panthers 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 New York Giants vs. Houston Texans 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 p.m
Sunday Sept. 23 San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 p.m.

Sunday Sept. 23 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Los Angeles Rams 4:05 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks 4:25 p.m.
Sunday Sept. 23 Chicago Bears vs. Arizona Cardinals 4:25 p.m.

Sunday Sept. 23 New England Patriots vs. Detroit Lions 8:20 p.m.

Monday Sept. 24 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8:15

Jon Jones is back! Eligible to return on October 28 following USADA suspension!

Jon Jones is back! Eligible to return on October 28 following USADA suspension!

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has released a lengthy statement after finally being served a fifteen-month suspension from USADA.

Jones suspension stemmed from a failed drug test that occurred in July of 2017 just prior to his rematch with Daniel Cormier at UFC 214.

Following tonight’s ruling, Jon Jones is now eligible to return to action on October 28 of this year.

That means “Bones” could potentially headline November’s UFC 230 event in his home state of New York.

With that said, UFC President Dana White has already come out and stated that the promotions plan is not to have Jon Jones main event UFC 230 at Madison Square Garden.

Shortly after tonight’s big news, Jon Jones took to Twitter where he issued the following statement on his imminent octagon return.

“It’s difficult to express myself at this moment but I can definitely say my heart is filled with gratitude and appreciation. I want to thank all of you who have stood by me during the toughest stretch of my life.”

Jones continued:

“It has meant the world to me and always will. But now is the time to shift the focus front and center to the road ahead. Greatness is what I’m chasing and the path to reclaiming my throne is now officially open. Comeback Season begins now.” – Jon Jones

Not everyone was in high spirits following tonight’s Jon Jones suspension news. Current UFC “champ champ” Daniel Cormier lashed out at both USADA and Jon Jones after catching wind of the news.

In fact, a number of different fighters weighed in on tonight’s Jon Jones suspension news which culminated in some very mixed reactions.

What did you think of the fifteen-month suspension that USADA handed down on Jon Jones?

Canelo Alvarez defeats Gennady Golovkin in rematch

Canelo Alvarez defeats Gennady Golovkin in rematch

The highly anticipated rematch between Canelo Alvarez 49-1-2 (34 KOs) and Gennady Golovkin 38-0-1 (34 KOs) took place tonight live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The pair first met last September and after twelve rounds of exciting back and forth action the fight went to the judges scorecards for decision.

Most fans and analysts watching live or at home had scored the first bout in favor of Gennady Golovkin. However, not everyone saw it that way as judge Adelaide Byrd turned in a scorecard of 118-110 in favor of Canelo Alvarez.

Judge Dave Moretti scored the fight 115-113 for Gennady Golovkin, while judge Don Trella had the fight rules as a 114-114 draw.

Due to the mixed scorecards, “Canelo vs. GGG 1” was ruled a split-draw and tonight’s rematch was booked in hopes of a more definitive result.

With all of that said, the IBO, WBA and WBC middleweight belts were on the line for tonight’s grudge match in Sin City.

After an extended delay and some long introductions were are finally ready to go.

Round one was tough to call but Golovkin appeared to get in more shots landing his jab on frequent occasion. Alvarez did land a nice body shot but it was likely not enough to steal the opening round.

Round two saw some good shots landed by Canelo who clearly took the round getting off the quicker punches on GGG.

In round three both fighters had their moments but it was Alvarez who appeared to get in the cleaner shots.

Round four definitely went in favor of Gennady. “GGG” worked his jab and landed some nice uppercuts on Alvarez much to the delight of his fans in attendance.

Round five was very close. Both men landed some big shots resulting in a swollen right cheek for “GGG” and a cut above the eye of Canelo.

Round six was a very good round for Canelo Alvarez. He absolutely pushed the pace and as a result Golovkin seems to have slowed down.

Round seven was another close round. Both men landed some really good punches, including a plethora of body shots from Alvarez who once again brought the fight to “GGG”.

In round eight Canelo was able to get off some big power shots. “GGG” worked his jab and landed some hooks. Another close round in the books.

Gennady’s corner told him he was losing the fight in between rounds.

Round nine saw Gennady start off quickly but Canelo come on strong with big combinations to end the round. That could have gone either way but I’ll give a slight edge to Alvarez.

Canelo started round ten by landing some lopping shots in close. However, Gennady turned the tide by landing a big right hand that appeared to stun the Mexican fighter. I would definitely give “GGG” round ten.

Round eleven saw “GGG” dominate the opening minute. He landed a flurry of shots on Canelo who appeared to be in a world of trouble. With that said, Alvarez survived and came back strong in the final minute. Round eleven had to have been scored in favor of Gennady.

Round twelve was an absolute war with both men standing in the pocket and trading shots for the entire round. Another very close round to spell an end to this thrilling contest. What a fight!

Let’s see how the judges scored the bout.

Judge 1: 114-114 draw

Judge 2: 115-113 Canelo

Judge 3: 115-113 Canelo

Canelo Alvarez def. Gennady Golovkin

VIDEO | Canelo vs. Golovkin 2 – “The REMATCH”

VIDEO | Canelo vs. Golovkin 2 – “The REMATCH”

VIDEO | Canelo vs. Golovkin 2 – “The REMATCH”

This Saturday is the night boxing fans have been waiting for!

The highly anticipated rematch between Canelo Alvarez 49-1-2 (34 KOs) and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin 38-0-1 (34 KOs) will take place live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The pair first met last September and after twelve rounds of exciting back and forth action the fight went to the judges scorecards for decision.

Most fans and analysts watching live or at home scored the bout in favor of Gennady Golovkin, so it came as a huge shock when it was announced that judge Adelaide Byrd had turned in a scorecard of 118-110 in favor of Canelo Alvarez.

Judge Dave Moretti scored the fight 115-113 for Gennady Golovkin, while judge Don Trella had the fight rules as a 114-114 draw.

Due to the mixed scorecards, “Canelo vs. GGG 1” was ruled a split-draw.

Following the controversial decision in their first fight, most fans are expecting that either Canelo or “GGG” will earn their 35th career knockout victory in the rematch.

The IBO, WBA and WBC middleweight belts will be on the line in Saturday night’s grudge match in Sin City.

Who are you expecting to emerge victorious this time around, Gennady Golovkin or Canelo Alvarez?