In round 8 of Floyd Mayweather‘s championship fight against, Marcos Maidana, Mayweather claimed Maidana Bit him on the hand during a break.
The replayed showed Floyd Covering Marcos’ face at which time Mayweather recoiled apparently in pain claiming he had been bit. The fight is taking place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Floyd Mayweather squares off against Marcos Maidana Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
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Boxer Omar Henry went to the doctor after experiencing nausea a few days before his big televised fight night on November 16th, but day of the fight he was delivered the devastating news that he had stage 4 gallbladder cancer. He was immediately pulled from the fight. Omar died today just a week short of his 26th birthday, a date he told his fans he was hoping to make.
Sadly, Omar posted this message to his Facebook days before he died.
“I got less than 1 month left until my 26th birthday February 8. Hopefully I live to see it. I really have been getting a lot of support with kind words and prayers from all over the world with this battle with cancer. Thank you and I will continue to fight for us!!!!”
Henry was a rising light-middleweight scheduled to fight on Showtime on Nov. 16. After he was told the bad news he posted the following on his Facebook,
“To all my friends and loyal fans I want to inform you all that I am fighting the fight of my life against a disease known as gallbladder cancer. While l’m in this current state I am fighting with my family by my side and I will not go down for the count. I am a champion who has chosen to fight not just for myself but for those who’s faith is believing in what u cant see, and i will continue to fight till I knock this sickness out. Your love and support mean the most to me, your prayers are prayers not only to me but to others like me. Please be advised l am grateful for any and all support in any kind of way please inbox me. My family has continued to be by my side, and its hard for them as well. I want to thank God for unconditional love and unconditional fans.”
A rep tweeted this from Omar’s account.
Empty yourself of everything.
Let the mind become still.
The ten thousand things rise and fall while the Self watches their return.
They grow and flourish and then return to the source.
Returning to the source is stillness, which is the way of nature.
Tao Te Ching
Film director, screenwriter and producer, Oliver Stone‘s ”The Untold History of the United States,” goes way beyond thought-provoking – and straight into conspiracy theory.
Incorporating a revisionist view, there is no doubt that it is Stone’s aim to set the record straight, but in the process he makes the official explanation seem like a fairytale, which for most will dip his timeline into the moniker of conspiracy theorierist.
The episode I watched was about America’s decision to drop the atom bomb on Japan, not once, but twice. According to Stone, the war was just about over, when Truman made the decision to push the button and it is more than suggested that he did it for reasons of vanity, which of course would make him the world’s biggest mass murderer, right alongside of Hitler, who was also featured prominently in an effort to connect the dirty dots.
Appearing on Showtime, Stone’s series literally rewrites the history books, or iPads or whatever they’re teaching the kids with these days. And whether you like that fact or not, the bottom line is – it’s a story that must be told – and who better to tell it then Oliver Stone.
When asked about how history should remember Pres. Truman, Stone put it this way,
“When Harry Truman became President it was a bit of an accident. It was an ugly story, we go into it where he became Vice President on a party boss ticket and he inherited the presidency, he wasn’t prepared for it. He didn’t even know there was an atomic bomb being built. When he found out … he thought it was a terrific idea and he knew that he had the upper hand now in his dealings with the world. He not only had the right arm of good and power but he had the bomb and the bomb made all his decisions easier to make and I think this was a huge moment in our history.”