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  1. Week 20 fixtures Premier League Burnley 1-1 Newcastle United Southampton 2-2 West Ham United (5:30pm) Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday 2pm) Women's Super League Everton 0-3 Arsenal (Sunday 12:30pm) Liverpool 1-3 Chelsea (Sunday 2pm) Women's Championship Leicester City 0-1 Sheffield United (Sunday 2pm) Serie A Genoa 1-2 Sampdoria (7:45pm) Hellas Verona w/Fog Dude 2-1 Torino (Sunday 11:30am) Fiorentina 0-2 Internazionale (Sunday 7:45pm) Eredivisie Feyenoord 1-1 PSV (Sunday 1:30pm)
  2. Predictions post for tomorrow: I'm going with Usman by decision in the main event. There's really nothing behind this in terms of his skills being massively superior to Colby, because stylistically they're almost identical, with their most impressive performances coming against pretty much the same people. It's an absolute bastard to justify, because you try and say "look at how well Usman beat Maia!" and then realise that Colby did the exact fucking same. I'm just going with this based on his last performance, and how every time he's been given a new spotlight, or challenge, he's risen massively to the occasion. Plus, he wins my vote by proxy on the account of not being a massive twat. Usman by decision. I'll have Holloway in the co-main. I've really warmed to Volkanovski over the course of this media week, he's come off pretty well in everything I've seen from him, but I think there's a lot of questions that Max is going to ask of him that might end up being too overwhelming. How is he going to cope with the pace and variety that Max strikes with? If, like Edgar, he can't sustain his wrestling game, will he be able to adjust to a new gameplan? How is the fact it's a 5-rounder going to impact him? Holloway by 5th round TKO. I can't find a way to choose against Nunes. No matter what improvements GDR may have made coming off the first fight. I think coming up against such an experienced striker will force Amanda into a more patient mindset, but I still can't see De Randamie avoiding being cracked. I'll say Nunes in the 4th. I honestly just hope that Moraes vs Aldo ends quickly. I realise I could look like a right fucking berk writing off Aldo so lazily, but everything from him in the build to this has served up a massive red flag. The weird choice of dropping to 135lbs, the absolutely terrifying gauntness he's been parading around for the whole week, the fact that he's going into this fight with his cheekbones nearly sticking out of his face against a fighter in Moraes who can fucking throw. I just have a morbid feeling about this one. Moraes by 1st round KO. Although they aren't morbid feelings, I really don't think I'd like to be Urijah Faber tomorrow evening. I completely agreed with his decision to retire. He'd gone as far as he was going to go, and his skill-set was nowhere near that of the elite guys in that division like Cejudo, Dillashaw, Moraes etc. I think that Simon victory earlier in the year has really flattered to deceive. I mean...who the fuck gets knocked out by Urijah Faber? If he was going to come back, bounce around in a few fun, winnable fights and then dash off back to Alpha Male, I'd be really chuffed for him. However it seems like he's properly intent on making a run back up the rankings. Fuck it, if he wins this, I could see them doing Cejudo/Faber for the belt next. Is anyone going to fork out for UFC 251: Cejudo vs Sterling? I don't think Yan is going to have any of that though. He's a little pitbull. And obviously, he's got the physical advantages of being the younger, quicker, maybe even stronger guy. I think Faber's just bitten off a lot more than he can chew with this one. Yan in the 2nd. For the rest of the card, I'll go with Neal, Vieira, Heinisch and Brown.
  3. Huh. Not going to complain about that one, but that must mean a Stipe/DC III announcement is just around the corner? Apart from Ngannou, nobody really comes close to being a credible name for a crack at the belt. I can only see this being booked as a big platform for old Francis whilst we wait for the trilogy fight to play out.
  4. 99% forecast of Stockport remaining a Labour hold. Doesn't even feel like a vague comfort at this point.
  5. Honestly feel fucking ill. A hung parliament was the absolute best I was hoping for, but this has been utterly soul-crushing. Corbyn's 100% gone if the exit poll is remotely accurate, isn't he?
  6. Fuck me sideways. You know whenever there's a scary weight cut, and everyone bangs on about how action needs to be taken before someone takes it too far and ends up doing some serious damage to themselves? I've never seen a bigger red flag than this. He genuinely looks skeletal.
  7. Conservatives: 368 Labour: 191 Absolutely fucking morbid.
  8. AdamTH17

    NJPW World

    Had absolutely no reason to expect it, but I really wanted Tanahashi/Jericho to go on Night One so you could do Tanahashi/Liger on Night Two. Ace of the heavyweight division against the ace of the Junior division. His tag match with Hiromu/Lee will be fun, no doubt, and the crowd will be electric for him, but I'd much rather him put over Hiromu in a singles capacity. Maybe because we've already seen that match within the last couple of years, maybe.
  9. Simple question with a simple answer I'm probably over-thinking tenfold. There's a concert I'm trying to get tickets for with O2 Priority tickets being released a couple of days earlier, am I right in thinking all I need is a mate on O2 who'll chuck me their details and I'll be fine? Or is it a bit more complicated than that?
  10. Premier League Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool w/@AdamTH17 Watford 2-1 Crystal Palace Manchester City 2-2 Manchester United Aston Villa 1-3 Leicester City Newcastle United 1-1 Southampton Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield United Brighton & Hove Albion 1-2 Wolves La Liga Granada 2-0 Alavés Levante 0-2 Valencia Real Betis 1-2 Athletic Bilbao
  11. I may well be wrong, but I don't think he was announced as #30. I know he was definitely announced as an entry beforehand, because I remember watching live with the confirmed entrants, realising he was the only chap left and thinking "surely fucking not...".
  12. Completely fucking forgot, it's been a busy weekend. Apologies!
  13. It does, but he's still working Final Battle for them on the 13th December, so I think that'll provide a pretty good indication of his next move. If he goes out on his back come that show, I'd say it's a pretty safe bet to that he's heading off to AEW/NXT. If I had to choose between the two, I'd say AEW because his Elite mates are already there, and there's already a decent number of stories they can work around him. On the flip side, WWE would probably pay him a lot more money purely so that he wouldn't fuck off to TNT.
  14. I'd be absolutely stunned if Gerrard is being genuinely considered as a Klopp replacement, honestly. I'm sure his name will be involved throughout the discussions when the day does inevitably come, but I'd hope it'll be little more than an acknowledgement from the portion of our fanbase that will be clamouring for him to come back.
  15. My toes are crossed for the next 5 months. UFC aren't messing around with this opening stretch of 2020 are they? That's McGregor/Cerrone, a Jones title defence and Khabib/Ferguson all happening within the first 4 months. Getting excited for all of that to come to fruition with some of the names involved feels like a mugs game, mind.
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