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If he instead returns to his previous WWE status – ‘upper mid-card’ would be the inside term, as a wrestler who’s always relevant and may challenge for some titles but rarely main event or contend for the world championship – it could end up working against the company in coming years.

Given the billions in WWE’s coffers, and their decades-long headstart, there’s no threat of AEW becoming the biggest promotion in wrestling any time in the near future. But in the eyes of hardcore critics, the two companies are on contrasting paths and it remains to be seen whether WWE will make changes.

To do so with Rhodes would turn a brewing war into one that can become red-hot, and potentially push wrestling back into the wider public consciousness for the first time in decades.

WWE has a mixed track record with big names from other companies. When they bought WCW and began what could’ve been the greatest storyline in wrestling history, as their ex-rivals invaded, an insistence upon WWE wrestlers looking stronger than WCW ones limited its potential. In the end ‘The Invasion’ pitted The Rock on one side and Stone Cold Steve Austin and Kurt Angle on the other; not exactly a WWE-WCW dream match.

Last decade, when Sting finally made his long-awaited debut in WWE after decades as essentially WCW’s mascot, he lost to Triple H at WrestleMania in a match which ended up recreating the Monday Night Wars including DX vs the NWO.

More recently AJ Styles was quickly brought into the main event picture after years in TNA/Impact, but WWE never perceived that company as a rival.metasports

It means Rhodes, who was keen to follow in the footsteps of his legendary father Dusty – who booked for WCW and WWE’s NXT developmental – was no longer fully playing his music to his tune. And, according to reports, it’s this changing dichotomy – along with disagreements over the size of his new contract – that led to Rhodes’ stunning exit from AEW.

Logically the only company that will be able to pay Rhodes what he wants is WWE, and McMahon’s company would love to reverse the trend of big-name stars heading from ‘up north’ to AEW.

It doesn’t hurt that Rhodes would be joining WWE just in time for WrestleMania.

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Female strawweight fights 240kg man in shocking cross-gender MMA bout

MMA fans couldn’t contain their disgust at the sanctioning of the fight and took to social media to slam the promotion.

One tweeted: “Russian MMA never ceases to shock me. How bizarre this is on all levels.”

Another said: “What the f**k is going on with MMA in Russia?!”

Epic Fighting Championship‘s latest card also featured a two-on-one intergender match-up featuring a 75-year-old man and his grandson.

Vladimir Spartak and his grandson Big Igibob locked horns with 28-year-old Yulia Mishko in a WWE-esque handicap match.

But despite their advantage, the pair were resoundingly beaten by Mishko – who dropped her opponents a combined total of three times.

Stepakova found some brief respite when an audience member ran into the cage and kicked the blubbery Chistyakov in the back.

The freak show of a fight promptly resumed after the unexpected interlude and Stepakova managed to avoid being held down by her opponent for the remainder of the round – although she did eat some solid punches for her troubles.metasports

Stepakova tried her best to overturn Chistyakov‘s advantage in the third, but was unable to overcome the size difference.

Stepakova, understandably, struggled to deal with her hulking opponent – who kept her pressed against the cage for large portions of the early proceedings.

But the 29-year-old eventually managed to break free from the shackles of Chistyakov and returned fire with a deluge of punches and kicks.

However, it wasn‘t long before Chistyakov closed the distance and used every inch of his huge frame to once again smother Stepakova against the fence.


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McGrath has emerged as the breakout star of the Australian women’s cricket team.

The 26-year-old excelled with the ball and bat, especially with figures of 3-45 and 74 off 77 balls in the second WODI against India last September.

Against England, McGrath again dominated with 3-26 and a blistering knock of 91 not out from 49 balls on her way to being named as Player of the Series.

Fox had won just about all there was to win at World Cup level in canoeing, but an Olympic gold medal remained elusive.

She was a red-hot favourite to win the women’s canoe slalom K1 event but a costly error left her with the bronze medal.

But her gold medal hoodoo was finally erased when she won the inaugural C1 canoe slalom event as she wore the ultimate expression of relief after finishing first past the post.

Kerr is an absolute goal machine.

She scored six for the Matildas at the Tokyo Games, with her final goal making her the Matildas’ all-time top goalscorer.

At the 2022 Asian Cup, Kerr then surpassed the Australian international goalscoring record across both the Matildas and Socceroos, usurping Tim Cahill’s record of 50 goals.metasports

Oh, and she finished third in the voting for the Women’s Ballon d’Or, which is the award for the best female player in the world.

Not a bad year, if you ask us.

Emma McKeon’s suitcase when leaving the Tokyo Games might have been over the weight limit, but when you’re bringing home four gold medals and three bronze medals, we think that the Tokyo Airport staff were happy to waive those excess baggage fees.

McKeon’s absurd medal haul was the most of any female swimmer at a single Olympics and equalled the most medals won by a female athlete at a single iteration of the tournament.


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Waterford golfer has added goal of looking to confirm a first Masters appearance

In that category, Paul Casey’s was a story of woe. The Englishman – with a noted matchplay record – was forced to concede his match to Canadian Corey Conners after only two holes when Casey’s back went into spasm and he was unable to continue.

“The team in the physio truck said my glutes were switched off and my back spasmed because of it. I couldn’t even get a tee in the ground when I conceded the match,” said Casey.

Defending champion Billy Horschel had come into the championship with a question mark over his fitness but brought a strong game into the fray and was a 3 and 2 winner over Min Woo Lee.

“I think I just don’t ever give up, I just, I hate losing,” said Horschel of his mindset, adding: “ I mean I honestly hate to lose. I hate not performing to the level that I want. So it fires me up to play better and I just, I don’t give a shot away, I try not to. I battle until the end. And I’ve got a secret weapon in a putter that I make a lot of putts inside 10 feet which saves me a lot of times.metasports

Shane Lowry trailed Harold Varner III by four holes through 11 but kept the match going with birdies on the two par-fives on the back nine before the American sealed the deal on the 17th with a birdie two for a 2up victory

Ultimately, Power’s shot execution was exemplary, his tee shot safely finding the putting green and, given Im’s travails, there would be no need to even putt as the Waterford man went two-up to kickstart a hot streak that also saw him win the 12th, 13th and 14th – all in birdies – to close out the match and claim a brilliant 5 and 4 win over the South Korean.

“It’s nice to get a point on the board. It’s my first time playing here, so I wasn’t sure what to expect, but one for one, so it’s a good start,” said Power.

It was an important win for Power, not only in notching up a winning point in Group 4, with the winner of the round-robin progressing onwards in the quest for the near €2 million payday and a WGC title, but also in advancing his prospects of that maiden visit to Augusta National. A first or second place finish in his group would garner sufficient world ranking points to achieve that aim.

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that the Ireland and UK bid was set to be unopposed.

“We will now work with Uefa, Government and all our stakeholder partners to present a bid that makes real sense for Ireland and for Irish football,” he said.

“The sporting and economic benefits that hosting such a tournament present would, we believe, be of major significance across all levels of our game and for many years to come. I look forward to briefing our Board and our football community on the next steps of this process in the coming weeks and months.

“If successful, I would see this as a catalyst for real growth in the game up to the Tournament and beyond, generating new monies that can help further investment across all aspects of Irish football, be it in facilities or coaching, and helping us to realise the stated ambition in our FAI Strategy 2022-2025 to grow the game at all levels.”

“We believe Euro 2028 would be one of the greatest sporting events ever held in the UK and Ireland.

“This unprecedented partnership of five associations offers something special to European football, including the potential for an expanded tournament, and we are passionate about maximising the sustainability and legacy benefits for communities across the UK and Ireland.metasports

“Over the coming months, we will develop our proposals further, subject to the publication by Uefa of the full technical specification. This includes engaging in discussions with possible host cities and stadia to define the optimum tournament model and conducting a full costs and benefits analysis.

“The UK and Ireland will offer an unrivalled tournament from a technical perspective — with modern, well-connected stadia and excellent infrastructure — that makes our partnership ideal to host Euro 2028.”

The intention to bid for Euro 2028 was announced on February 7th, after a feasibility study concluded that targeting the continental finals carried greater certainty than a bid for the 2030 World Cup, which had been under consideration.

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Australia’s Ashleigh Barty poses with the trophy for the media after winning the women’s singles final on day twelve of the Wimbledon Tennis

In a statement released by the WTA, CEO Steve Simon called Barty “the ultimate competitor” and said she “has always led by example through the unwavering professionalism and sportsmanship she brought to every match.”

“We will miss her,” Simon said.

This is the second time she’s walked away from tennis: in 2014 she left the sport due to burnout but eventually went on to win major championships on three different surfaces: she won the French Open in 2019 and at Wimbledon last year.metasports

In January, she became the first Australian player in 44 years to triumph at the nation’s Grand Slam tournament.

Her announcement was all the more stunning from an on-court perspective given her recent run of success: Barty had won 25 of her last 26 matches and three of her past four events.

Only one other woman has walked away from the sport while atop the WTA rankings: Justine Henin was No. 1 when she retired in May 2008.

Ashleigh Barty, the top-ranked Australian tennis player, announced on Wednesday that she would retire from the sport at the age of 25.

“I just know at the moment, in my heart, for me as a person, this is right,” Barty said in a video posted to her social media account.

It comes less than two months after she won the Australian Open, winning her third Grand Slam singles title.

“It’s the first time I’ve actually said it out loud and, yeah, it’s hard to say,” Barty said during an informal interview with her former doubles partner, Casey Dellacqua.

“I don’t have the physical drive, the emotional want and everything it takes to challenge yourself at the very top level anymore. I am spent.”

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Empty shelves in Mykolaiv, photo provided by the mother of one of the event’s organizers

Co-organized by Lex Morales, founder of Bangkok Comedy, and the Beyond Binary Thinking Podcast, tickets go for B300 and the event will begin around 6pm. Afterward, there will be a DJ and time for people to discuss and learn more with attendants and performers. Patrons are encouaged to donate more at the event should they wish to do so. 

Funds raised will be going to the governor of Mykolaiv, who says the funds will not be used to buy arms, an organizer of the event tells BK Magazine. 

“They have a humanitarian catastrophe there and people are not getting anything from those donations from the great powers,” says Aleksey Gordienko, a Russian of Ukrainian descent in Bangkok connected to the organizers and performers of the event. “[Mykolaiv] is a pathway to Kyiv and Odessa, a port city on the Black Sea crucial for the Russian forces…This event is just for humanitarian aid purposes only. There are enough weapons already. We’re not supporting the war. We’re not supporting the weapons.”

“Millions of dollars have been raised to go to the capital, but none of the money goes to my hometown—ammunition, ammunition, no food. I can show you pictures my mom sent me,”  the comedian says. Those who buy a ticket to the event will get a free drink and finger food. Additional donations can be accepted. “A couple of Ukrainian people will be there to speak to.”

“My mom, my sister, a lot of people are hiding in basements and bunkers. They have no work. Some can leave. Some can not. Men can’t leave. If you go back, you need to fight and you could die,” a comedian from Mykolaiv in Bangkok tells BK Magazine, unnamed here due to worries about being conscripted. “They are bombing everyday.”metasports

This weekend at P.J. O’Brien’s in Phra Khanong, comedians will be taking the stage to support the town of Mykolaiv, complete with a Ukrainian comedian, booze, and finger food.

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Sway club to close next week to make way for condos

Taking a glance through these nine brand new drinks, you might catch yourself laughing at the names and/or unapologetically naugthy illustrations—like a bottle of champagne splashing white all over someone’s face, for example.
The sensually-themed menu starts with One Night Stand (B420), a photogenic mix of pleasantly sour Demonio De Los Andes Pisco, absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters, jasmine, apple, strawberry, and lemon. A reference to Fifty Shades of Grey, Miss Steele (B420) sees a fizzy gin-based cocktail mixed with lavender, blueberry, raspberry, vanilla, and cream topped with soda—literally a dessert in a cup. 
The must-try drink, however, is Orgy Island (B420) featuring a Ketel vodka-based cocktail with a splash of Chadon Blut, pineapple, and coconut topped with airy grape bubbles. 

“Obviously with Covid, none of the venues have been open for two years, except for Sway. We opened in December, basically for our staff.” Mar 27 will be the last day anyone is allowed in the area, Andrew says, as demolition will begin soon after.

“We’ve actually partnered with a couple well known restauranteurs around Thonglor and around Bangkok. So it’ll actually be two venues: one will be an Asian food restaurant, and the other will be Sway,” Andrew says. “It’s the closing of a chapter because it’s just such a massive nightlife area that’s now going to be condominiums.”

The tallest of the three-tower construction from Park Origin will be 59 floors, and the three-bedroom penthouse in Tower C expects to go for around B33.9 million. 

The Thonglor-based Sway club—Bangkok’s home for hip-hop—will be closing its doors on Mar 27 with a final hurrah.

“It was sold to Park Origin four years ago and they’ve already got three towers up, but they let the entertainment district stay open until basically last month,” says Sway owner Andrew Kloosterhuis. The Canadian, who started out as a DJ in Bangkok, helmed the club for eight years along with David Zalewski. metasports

Arena 10, bought by condo developer Park Origin, has been known to be closing since 2018, but the pubs and restaurants have struggled to stay open through Covid. Sway is the last bar standing in Arena 10, with Demo, Snail, and Barbarbar already gone.

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Former black market beer makers open huge brew pub

Want to brew something up in one? The microbrewery is open for anyone interested in brewing their beers in large quantities, pending approval by Heng and his cousins.
Not interested in beer? The commodious site has something for everyone. The cafe serves coffee, teas, and baked dishes and those with an appetite can order from an expansive list of food ranging from salads and fried rice dishes to finger-licking chicken wings and ribeye steak. 
Live music currently takes place every Saturday. 
Brewave is open 11am to 11pm every day except Monday. It is located on Kanchanapisek Road in Bangkok’s Bang Khae district. The closest rail link is MRT Lak Song. 
The diversity of the beers only invites more interest, either through social media or word of mouth. Brewave’s customers are a good mix of craft beer nerds and newbs, a good indicator for the future of Thailand’s craft beer scene.
“More Thai people obviously are shifting from mainstream beers to craft beers – like 80% of them,” Heng estimated. 
Across from the bar, it’s impossible to miss the row of stainless steel tanks. That’s where the trio brews their own beers to serve at the bar.
Across metro Bangkok, there are only a handful of brewpubs and microbreweries. While Tawandang German Brewery has long been the best known, a few others have opened in recent years such as The Londoner Brew Pub in the Pattanakarn area, Mitr Brewery (Nonthaburi province), or Underdog Micro Brewery (Samut Prakan province).
As the first venue of its kind in the area, Brewave’s unique taps also attract people from all around. A few customers have been willing to drive an hour or more to enjoy its pints. 
“There is this one guy driving all the way from Ayutthaya because he saw our Facebook listing beers he’d never tried before,” Heng said. 
Besides the hoop-jumping to get a license, the trio of entrepreneurs had to cut through reams of red tape – not to mention the utter ignorance of the local authorities.

The whole process took over six months, Heng said.


“Obviously, opening a brewpub in Bang Khae area is completely new,” Heng said. “The excise and district office authorities had no idea what a brew pub was.”
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