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12:11 PM ET Sean O’Malley, one of the UFC’s top rising stars, confirmed Friday on his YouTube page that he has signed an eight-fight contract extension with the promotion. The top bantamweight contender didn’t disclose financial details of the deal, but said he negotiated without a manager and felt the UFC gave him the compensation
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Feb 5, 2023 Michael Rothstein Close Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer Previously covered University of Michigan for ESPN.com and AnnArbor.com Also covered Notre Dame for Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Mike Coppinger NEW YORK — Amanda Serrano could only enjoy her decision victory over Erika Cruz for the undisputed featherweight title for about 30 seconds on
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5:11 PM ET ESPN News Services The Carolina Panthers have agreed to terms with Ejiro Evero to make him the team’s defensive coordinator on new head coach Frank Reich’s staff. Evero, 42, was the Denver Broncos‘ defensive coordinator last season. The team and new coach Sean Payton agreed to let him out of his contract
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10:18 PM ET ESPN staff Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin, Connor McDavid & Co. have descended upon South Florida. Editor’s Picks 1 Related The NHL’s finest competed in a slew of events ranging from hardest shot to accuracy shooting Friday night at the home to the Florida Panthers, FLA Live Arena, and on the beach in
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9:28 AM GMT Veteran fullback Stuart Hogg has recovered from injury to take his place in Scotland’s backline for Saturday’s Six Nations opener against England at Twickenham. Hogg, who had a heel injury, will win his 97th cap despite having missed matches at club level over the last weeks in an experienced line-up named by
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Feb 1, 2023 Associated Press IndyCar driver Conor Daly would accept a last-minute Daytona 500 ride if offered the chance to enter “The Great American Race.” Helio Castroneves last week ruled out trying to make NASCAR’s season-opening race because the four-time Indianapolis 500 winner did not believe there was enough time to prepare for the
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5:51 PM ET The fallout from the Los Angeles Lakers‘ overtime loss to the Boston Celtics on Saturday continued Sunday with a statement from the National Basketball Referees Association on its official Twitter account. “Like everyone else, referees make mistakes,” the union wrote in its tweet. “We made one at the end of last night’s
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