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10:38 PM ET After pound-for-pound king Vasiliy Lomachenko knocked out Jorge Linares to win the lightweight world title last month, he vacated the junior lightweight belt he had held. Now that world title is set to be filled: Puerto Rico’s Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz and Masayuki Ito, of Japan, will fight for the vacant 130-pound belt
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10:00 PM ET When Carl Frampton defends his interim featherweight world title for the first time on Aug. 18 at Windsor Park in his hometown of Belfast, Northern Ireland, former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will continue his comeback on the undercard, MTK Global, the management company that represents both fighters, announced Monday. Fury, whose personal
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5:34 PM BST KweséESPN Staff After the first quarter of their debut for the Springboks, the speed twins Sibusiso Nkosi and Aphiwe Dyantyi had one hell of an introduction to Test rugby. England were carving the Springboks up in the wide channels and found an awful lot of space on the flanks which the two
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4:26 PM ET SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — Despite turning 48 on Saturday, Phil Mickelson sees no reason why he can’t be a contender not only at this week’s U.S. Open, but the next two as well. The U.S. Open is the only major championship in the Hall of Fame golfer’s career keeping him from completing a
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4:21 PM ET Associated Press BUCHAREST, Romania — About 20,000 people turned out to applaud Simona Halep for becoming the first Romanian tennis player in decades to win a Grand Slam singles title. The fans gathered on a hot Monday evening in Bucharest’s 55,000-capacity National Arena to see Halep show off her French Open trophy.
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10:16 AM ET The Canadian Grand Prix may have been a forgettable race in terms of on-track action, but the result underlines how tight this year’s championship fight will be. On a circuit where everybody expected Mercedes to have the fastest car, Ferrari emerged with a comfortable victory following a hard-fought pole position. As ever
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1:10 PM BST Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus says veteran hooker Schalk Brits will be considered for the last two matches of the Test series against England despite announcing his retirement from the game a couple of weeks ago. The Road to the 2019 World Cup starts on June 16 when Africa’s finest battle it out
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