Sunday, October 18, 2020 00:26 AM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news) A famous bodybuilder has just died at the age of 33 from Covid-19 even though he thought the virus did not exist.
The coach did not believe that Covid-19 was shocked to death
According to Mirror, fitness trainer Dmitriy Stuzhuk recently died at the age of 33 from complications of heart failure following Covid-19. Before that, he was surprised when he said that this dangerous epidemic SARS-CoV-2 virus did not exist in the world, but was just the product of many bad guys.
Beautiful ex-wife Sofia Stuzhuk announces the death of Dmitriy Stuzhuk
Stuzhuk had just left a local hospital in Ukraine a few days ago but was quickly re-admitted to the hospital as the condition deteriorated and soon died on October 17.
McGregor accepted a rematch with Poirier early next year
Nearly seven years after a technical knockout win over Dustin Poirier at the UFC 178 event on September 27, 2014, Conor McGregor recently confirmed that he will play for the second time against this opponent early next year.
Prior to that, UFC President Diana White urged McGregor to say unequivocally whether he would rematch Poirier on January 23, 2021. The UFC “madman” has confirmed that the match will take place at this point.
Mr. Djokovic states the conditions for “early retirement”
Mr. Marian Vajda – Novak Djokovic’s longtime coach shared on Reuters news agency about the time when he could quit his job as leading Serbian number 1: “I will wait until Djokovic breaks all the records. First, we want to win more than 20 Grand Slams together. “
With Covid-19, legendary MotoGP racing intended to “kill himself”
After contracting Covid-19, former Italian world champion MotoGP racing content, Valentino Rossi, joked about her suicidal intentions: “I’ll jump off the balcony.” Shortly thereafter, Mr. Javier Lamban – former Governor of Aragon State (Spain) warned Rossi not to make fun of:
“You (Rossi) can do the interview whenever you want, but first of all take care of everything about you and everyone. Covid-19 is not your own problem either.”
Djokovic is advised to hit his racquet
Share in the New York Times, tennis expert Ben Rothenberg thinks that Novak Djokovic can reverse the situation in the final of Roland Garros 2020 when losing to Rafael Nadal if he releases his emotions at the right time:
“I see Djokovic trying to keep his emotions flat. He didn’t show a lot of emotion in this game, even when things were against him. He only released it when he claimed a break in set 3, but by then it was too late.
I want to see Djokovic show more emotions, like yelling or hitting his racquet so he can see himself really fighting. But the fact that Djokovic held his emotions in his heart made Nadal continue to dominate without many obstacles. “
(Sports news, Tennis news) Between the time Rafael Nadal just won the Roland Garros 2020 and leveled the record 20 Grand Slam of Roger Federer, …