igel Benn, knocked out Englands Joe Ducker

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igel Benn, knocked out Englands Joe Ducker

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The Rugby Football Unions new Heads of Agreement deal with Premiership Rugby is good news for Eddie Jones mission to turn England into the most dominant side in the world but it will not see any change to the national teams overseas player policy.The policy -- which was activated in the wake of the 2011 World Cup -- said the England coach was not allowed to pick players who were playing their domestic rugby outside of the Aviva Premiership unless there was an exceptional circumstance. In the new agreement between the RFU and PRL, which was announced on Monday, this now has added clarity with Eddie Jones only allowed to select players outside of the English top flight in the event of an injury crisis.This means unless there is an unparalleled list of players sidelined in the back-row, Jones will not be allowed to pick Ospreys Sam Underhill for the November Tests despite previously suggesting he was keen to bring him into camp.We discussed it again with Eddie and we agreed with the exceptional circumstances clause and it is left where it is, RFU CEO Ian Ritchie said. I think everybody is clear what it is and Eddie is very good at communicating it to players.We think it is a good clause and the right clause. That is the situation that will sustain during the agreement.PRL CEO Mark McCafferty added:?When we wrote the first agreement it was always injury related, we just never wrote it in as specific as that.We have clarified it only in the sense of writing what we had in mind eight years ago. If you get big injuries ahead of playing a tier-one country -- maybe the next in line is inexperienced and almost to a point of safety issues.Under those circumstances that would definitely be exceptional and you might have to look elsewhere.Ritchie ruled out any chance of the organisation brokering a deal to bring Underhill to the Premiership, meaning if Underhill -- the much-admired 20-year old who is playing in the PRO12 and studying at Cardiff University -- is to play for England then one of the 12 top flight clubs must sign him from the Welsh region.Other than those restrictions, the new deals various conditions are positive for Jones. The previous week-long August training camp is now shortened allowing Jones to bring players into England camp in October and for an extra spell before the Six Nations while those in the national team will have more mandatory rest periods.Jones can also pick a larger Elite Player Squad, now 45 players up from 33, and can delay confirming that make up until early October where before it had to be named before the seasons start.Ritchie said Jones, who has masterminded a remarkable nine-game unbeaten run since taking over England at the turn of the year, was heavily involved in all the situations around the deal and is very supportive.Eddie has come to meet with our board on a couple of occasions to explain his view of the English game and where he was hoping to take it, McCafferty said. One of the things he explained very clearly having worked all over the world was that we have the best set-up in the world in terms of facilities, back-up and support.But he also explained his frustration that because of that and with the player base we have, that we need to be more successful at club and international level.For the clubs they will receive more money than ever before from the RFU and despite concerns raised by some over increasing player wages - Exeter Chiefs chairman Tony Rowe and Gloucester CEO Stephen Vaughan have both voiced worries over the raising salaries - McCafferty says this deal will give the Premiership teams long-term stability and room to grow on and off the field.We expect success in the same way England expect success. The clubs are investing in a whole series of areas -- training facilities, stands etc. When they walk down to the local bank manager and they want to see whether they can support that financing, knowing there are these long-term deals with TV partners, commercial partners and the RFU, it gives the funding sources the certainty to back the clubs on the development.Thats all part of a system which is capable of generating success. The game is growing very quickly at this level and its been well-supported and I think itll be another period of accelerated growth over the next few years. Cheap Nike Air Max 1 Trainers . -- Team after team passed on Andre Ellington in the draft. Nike Air Force 1 Sale . Ibaka equaled a career high with 20 rebounds, adding four blocked shots and 15 points as the Thunder smothered the Milwaukee Bucks offence in a 92-79 victory Saturday night. http://www.cheapairforce1sale.com/nike- ... black.html . 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ESPN.com scored the fight 114-114.Haskins controlled most of the first half of the fight before Hall came on very strong in the final third, when Haskins appeared to be winded.Its hard not to tire against someone like Stuart, Haskins said. I feel like I was winning the fight clearly with my shots. I made him miss a lot and I think that is what won the fight for me.You try boxing this guy. He just keeps coming forward, forward, forward. Hes like a pit bull and take it from me -- he hits very hard. I am not stupid enough to stand here and get caught by big shots. Im not here to show Im the toughest man in Britain. Im here to win fights and get paid.The 32-year-old Haskins (34-3, 14 KOs) and Hall, 36, were meeting in a rematch of Haskins 2012 unanimous decision to win the vacant European title. Now Haskins is 2-0 against Hall (20-5-2, 7 KOs), whose four-fight winning streak came to an end. He was bidding to regain the 118-pound world title he held from December 2013 to June 2014.Haskins and Hall were chippy with each other during the buildup and the emotion spilled over at Wednesdays final news conference when Haskins slapped at Hall as they faced off for a photo, forcing them to be pulled apart as tempers flared.But early in the fight they showed a lot of respect for each other and meaningful punches were few and far between. Haskins appeared to win many close rounds in the first half of the bout on the strength of a decent jab that regularly caught a lunging Hall, who tackled Haskins to the mat in the fifth round.In the seventh round, Hall landed a good left hand to the head that got Haskins attention. He was out of sorts for a few moments but then regained his balance and began to jab again.Halls corner implored him to throw more punches and he tried, catching Haskins a few times in the eighth round that sent him on the run.Hall continued to press forward and forced Haskins into retreat during the ninth round as the momentum seemed to swing his way. And then he hurt Haskins with a left hand in the 11th round.Hall came out steaming toward Haskins to open the 12th round with the fight seemingly on the table. He was all over Haskins, who did his best to box and move away from the intense pressure.I could have edged it but I think I started a bit late, Hall admitted. I thought it was closer than the points but I started late. It was silly and it is a bad night.I should have started a bit earlier. I gave him too much time in the first few rounds. I thought I did enough to maybe nick it at the end but in the first few rounds I didnt do enough.Casimero KOs Edwards, retains flyweight titleFlyweight titleholder Johnriel Casimero (23-3, 15 KOs), who regained his belt in a fourth-round knockout of Thailands Amnat Ruenroeng on May 25 in China in a rematch of his title loss 11 months earlier, retained his belt for the first time in a dominant 10th-round knockout of Englands Charlie Edwards (8-1, 3 KOs).Edwards, who was a top amateur, got a world title shot after just 18 months as a pro but the inexperience of the 23-year-old showed. He was short with punches as he struggled to find his range the entire fight.Edwards fancied outboxing Casimero in the lead-up to the fight, but Casimeros pressure was too much for him. He stalked Edwards and connnected with some heavy shots.dddddddddddd There was an uppercut that rocked Edwards in the fourth round and a solid right hand in the seventh round that did damage. Edwards, who was bidding to increase the United Kingdoms world titleholder count to 15, took several powerful punches in the seventh round that forced him to retreat and then to hold on under Casimeros assault.In the 10th round, Casimero, 26, of the Philippines -- who was boxing in his ninth different country -- landed a clean left hand that dropped Edwards hard. He struggled to his feet and looked out of it, but referee Steve Gray allowed the fight to continue. Casimero, in his first scheduled 12-round fight, walked to Edwards, landed two right hands and as Edwards slumped over, Gray called it off at 1 minutes, 57 seconds.I really enjoyed fighting in England. I respect Charlie for his effort but he needs some more experience before fighting on this level. With more experience he can be a world champion, Casimero said. I will be watching the Roman Gonzalez fight (on Saturday night) closely and would love that fight if he wins versus Cuadras.British super middleweight contender Callum Smith (21-0, 16 KOs), awaiting a mandatory shot at the world title held by Badou Jack, stayed busy by methodically beating down Hungarys Norbert Nemesapati (21-4, 16 KOs) to retain his regional belt by seventh-round knockout.Smith went right at him in the opening seconds, driving him into the ring post with a series of head and body shots. He looked like he might make it a quick night, but Nemesapati covered up and wriggled out of trouble. From there, Smith worked him over round after round. But in the seventh, Smith finally floored him with a series of punches as the round ended. Nemesapati made it to his feet but the fight was waved off in the corner during the rest period.Junior lightweight Martin J. Ward (15-0-2, 8 KOs) knocked out Andy Townend (16-4, 11 KOs) in the eighth round to win the vacant British title.It was an action fight but Ward got the better of Townend and had him in trouble in the sixth round. Townends face was marked up and Ward landed a series of heavy shots that snapped Townends head back.In the eighth round, Ward was landing almost at will. He backed Townend into the ropes and fired a hard straight right hand that buckled Townends legs, causing referee Marcus McDonnell to step in at 54 seconds to stop the bout, sending Ward into a wild celebration.British light heavyweight Paul Smith (38-6, 22 KOs), who twice lost world title fights to Arthur Abraham, knocked down Hungarian journeyman Daniel Regi (28-14, 15 KOs) six times en route to a fifth-round knockout. Smith knocked Regi down in the third round and three times in the fourth round, each time with left hooks to the body. In the fifth round, Smith, older brother of super middleweight contender Callum Smith (who was on the card), put Regi on the canvas with a right to the body and then a left hook to the head. He beat the count but was done and referee Jeff Hinds waved off the fght at 2 minutes, 16 seconds.Welterweight Conor Benn (4-0, 3 KOs), the 19-year-old son of former two-division world titleholder and British legend Nigel Benn, knocked out Englands Joe Ducker (0-2-1) in the second round. Benn dropped Ducker three times, flooring him with a powerful left hook to the chin and again with a flurry of punches, punctuated by another left hand, just as the bell ended the round. Seconds into the second round he dropped Ducker to a knee, who took the 10-count from referee Hinds at 24 seconds. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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