Wednesday, April 21, 2021 00:13 (GMT + 7)
(Sports news) Jake Paul is a quite famous name on social networks with 20 million subscribers on Youtube channel. Recently, his reputation has been echoed further after defeating Ben Askren, former world MMA champion on the boxing floor.
Jake Paul confidently knocked out Mayweather
Jake Paul is a quite famous name on social networks with 20 million subscribers on Youtube channel. Recently, his reputation has been echoed further after defeating Ben Askren, former world MMA champion on the boxing floor. This Youtuber claims he is now ready for a historic comparison with Floyd Mayweather. Even Jake Paul is confident that he will be the first to defeat this “Lonely alone” after 50 victories.
Mayweather (left) fight Jake Paul?
McGregor’s snobbish, trusting money to claim the legendary championship
Conor McGregor once asked UFC to create a private belt called “The McGregor Belt”. Now the Irish fighter wants to add an “RMF” belt – the belt for the richest fighter among the UFC boxers. million dollars from the competition and outside business, however, McGregor’s idea was backlash by colleagues and criticized this “crazy guy” as a snob.
Osaka is proud to play at the Olympics in its home country
Naomi Osaka is a tennis player with Japanese and Haitian bloodlines, when her mother was Japanese and her father was Haitian. Osaka won the Australian Open in February, earning herself her fourth Grand Slam title. However, she failed in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open against rival Maria Sakkari. Osaka will attend the Tokyo Olympic Games here, and she said that she is very proud of that.
“Point God” goes into NBA history
Just nearly a month after reaching the milestone of 10,000 assists in his career, Chris Paul continued to prove why he was nicknamed the NBA’s Point God. Accordingly, with 13 assists in the match between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns on the morning of April 20 (Hanoi time), Chris Paul surpassed the legendary Magic Johnson of the Los Angeles Lakers to rise to No. 5 on the list. Top assistants in NBA history. Accordingly, Chris Paul had 10,142 passes for his teammates to score successfully, surpassing Magic’s achievement in exactly 1 assisting phase.
(Sports news, martial arts news) Floyd Mayweather recently shared images that were second to none.