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  • Mma Fighter’s Knockout Punch Gives Opponent The Wobbles 00:14

    Mma Fighter’s Knockout Punch Gives Opponent The Wobbles

    Do the stanky leg! A good punch can force any opponent to walk around like a like a freshly born horse. According to DeadSpin: Serbian Bojan Velickovic took a third-round win by TKO when his counterpunch left Sweden’s Nico Musoke so brain-scrambled that he stumbled around the ring for several moments at today’s UFC event in Stockholm. (Velickovic later landed a punch straight to Musoke’s forehead before referee Kevin Sataki got around to ending the bout.) Depending on your perspective, this is either awesome or horrifying. In the eyes of Fox Deportes announcers Víctor Dávila and Kelvin Gastelum, though, it was an opportunity to compare Musoke’s unsteady legs to those of a newborn calf. So, there’s that.

    2 hours
  • Russian MMA fighter gets SLAPPED by his mother after losing fight 00:30

    Russian MMA fighter gets SLAPPED by his mother after losing fight

    A furious mother added insult to injury when she slapped her cagefighter son after he lost a brutal MMA fight in Russia. Anna Azovskaya, who is the coach, manager and mother of MMA fighter Viktor Kichigin, had been jumping up and down shouting instructions at him as he was pummelled by Ruslan Yamanbae. Her son lost the fight when he was knocked out in the ring in Yekaterinburg, Russia. In a clip of the fight, Ms Azovskaya can be seen dabbing Kichigin's face wounds with her right hand as he sits on the floor after the referee stopped Yamanbae's flurry of punches and declared the fight over. But suddenly, the irate mother slapped her loser son across the cheek with her left hand. She also trained Viktor's older brothers, Georgiy, Grigoriy, according the Australian Daily Telegraph. In a recent interview with FightNights she said: 'My sons began to grow, as did conflicts with other boys, so I began to tell them that we must learn to fight. Men must fight!' She added: 'Many athletes would like to have their loved ones next to them during difficult times, but it's not a possibility for many.' 'So I believe my children are lucky because I am always there to support them and help.' Many of the video's 23,000 viewers expressed disgust at the way the fighter's mother reacted to her son's loss. One said: 'God forbid anyone this. Poor boy.' But others enjoyed the feat, wondering if perhaps the pushy parent could have done a better job in the ring than her offspring. In response to a viewer asking why Ms Azovskaya was in the ring to watch the referee declare as the victor at the end of the fight, one YouTube user said: 'She landed more punches than her son.'

    2 days
  • Footballer gives referee his TOOTH after accidental head-butt 00:16

    Footballer gives referee his TOOTH after accidental head-butt

    An Australian rugby star has attempted to hand his lost tooth to the referee mid-game after it flew out of his mouth following an accidental headbutt. Sevens flyer James Stannard, 34, tackled Martin Losefo during the rugby London Sevens quarter-final Cup match at Twickenham on the weekend during Australia's loss to the U.SA. The heavy head knock saw Stannard thrown to the ground - with one tooth flying from his mouth - and another dislodged tooth spat out on the famous Twickenham turf.

    5 days
  • Turkish Government Bans NBA Star Enes Kanter after Criticizing Erdogan, Gets Detained in Romania 01:44

    Turkish Government Bans NBA Star Enes Kanter after Criticizing Erdogan, Gets Detained in Romania

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    Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter, who said he was detained in Romania on Saturday morning after his passport was cancelled by the Turkish government, has been allowed to leave the country and is in London, the NBA said.

    The Turkish native and six-year NBA veteran said he would offer more details at a press conference on Sunday in New York.

    Kanter, who turned 25 on Saturday, had said in a video posted to Twitter on Saturday morning that police officers have “been holding us here for hours” upon arrival to Bucharest on a flight from Indonesia, where he was visiting as part of a global tour for his charitable foundation.

    The 6ft 11in post man, who has become a high-profile critic of the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said his passport was “canceled” due to his political beliefs.

    “The reason behind it is just, of course, my political views,” Kanter said, “and the guy who did it is Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the president of Turkey.”

    7 days
  • Super Middleweight David Benavidez Stopped His Opponent With A Brutal 7 Punch Combo! 00:37

    Super Middleweight David Benavidez Stopped His Opponent With A Brutal 7 Punch Combo!

    Think you had a bad Saturday night? Well, boxer Rogelio Medina would have gladly switched places with you. Here’s how his bout with David “Red Flag” Benavidez ended. That’s a seven-punch combo that would have kept going if not for the brutal knockout blow. Not fun. Benavidez is now 18-0 with 17 knockouts. Medina fell to 37-8 with the loss.

    1 week
  • Bulls player gets revenge against Knick fans who were heckling him 00:43

    Bulls player gets revenge against Knick fans who were heckling him

    Bulls player Tony Snell dives into crowd against the Knicks, crashing into the fans that were heckling him.

    1 week
  • Corner Man Punches Opposing Boxer After Controversial Dq 00:16

    Corner Man Punches Opposing Boxer After Controversial Dq

    BOOM! That rocked the dude!! I guess there was also fights in the crowd and all hell broke loose. If I see those videos I will make sure to add them into this post. According to Deadspin: Tonight’s interim IBF World super middleweight title bout between José Uzcátegui and Andre Dirrell ended in bizarre fashion, with Dirrell earning a win by DQ after being knocked out by Uzcategui by a punch the referee determined to have come after the bell to end the eighth round. That was weird enough, but then one of Dirrell’s corner men jacked Uzcategui in the face while spectators brawled.

    1 week
  • Video shows final moments before fatal round of boxer Davey Browne 00:20

    Video shows final moments before fatal round of boxer Davey Browne

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    Shocking video has emerged showing the flurry of punches a Sydney boxer received to the head one round before he was dealt a fatal blow. Professional boxer Davey Browne, 28, died days after he was knocked to the canvas in the final moments of a super featherweight title fight at the Ingleburn RSL in 2015. An inquest heard the boxer was likely concussed after the round 11 onslaught, and therefore lacked the ability to defend himself during the final round. The inquest was shown footage of the bout's final moments, in which Browne received a blow that led to his death. In the video, Browne squares up in front of Filipino Carlo Magali with his arms lowered. Magali takes the opportunity and jabs the defenseless Browne with his left hand. The attack appears to stun Browne, as Magali follows up immediately with a devastating right-hand punch that causes the Australian to lose his balance. Browne tumbles to the canvas while his counterpart is ordered to return to his corner. The umpire begins to give Browne an eight-count, before he regains his feet and is given the all-clear to continue fighting. He was punched again soon after and fell back into the ropes shortly before the bell rang. The inquest heard that Browne's support team was more worried about him losing than his health when he returned injured to the corner. With the result still in doubt and with only one round to go, the referee continued the fight. Browne then stepped out for the final round in a 'perilous state', neurosurgeon Professor Brian Owler told the inquest. He said Browne's haemorrhage was the result of a violent and uncontrolled head movement, sustained in the final round. 'If someone had been in a position to defend themselves, to deflect or avoid that blow, then it wouldn't have struck the head in a manner to move it so violently,' he said. Browne's brother and cornerman Tommy Browne told the Glebe Coroner's Court on Thursday that they didn't 'really think too much' about how he was feeling after the flurry of punches. 'There should have been more concern for that than getting through the 12th round,' he told the inquest. Deputy state coroner Teresa O'Sullivan will determine whether Browne should have been assessed by a doctor after the 11th round and if trainer Todd Makelim, referee Charlie Lucas or ringside doctor Lawrence Noonan should have stopped the fight. Tommy Browne said he now wished someone from the corner had thrown in the towel. One of the fight's judges, Kevin Hogan, said he's sure the referee also wishes he'd stopped it, but that it would have been difficult when Browne was close to a possible win. 'They didn't [stop] because it was at the end of the fight,' Mr Hogan, who said he thought the fight should have been stopped in the 11th round, told the inquest. Mr Hogan got the impression Mr Lucas had been close to calling it a few times. Both he and Tommy Browne said ringside doctors should have to inspect fighters more regularly. Browne's injuries were deemed unsurvivable at hospital and his family decided to turn off his life support.

    1 week
  • Former UFC Champion Luke Rockhold Receiving Backlash After Vicious Kick On Training Partner 00:55

    Former UFC Champion Luke Rockhold Receiving Backlash After Vicious Kick On Training Partner

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    Luke Rockhold, is a monster in and out the ring, but with the internet now-a-days everyone reacts to stuff in different ways. People are giving hate towards Rockhold, after this gnarly kick to his sparring partner. This is probably something that happens every day in training, but people that aren’t familiar with what actually happens while training tends to freak out over daily training. Check out the video below that has been blowing up since it hit Instagram.

    Is the internet too sensitive? or is everyone’s reaction to this video is correct?. Lukehold, just walked away with zero concern after that nasty kick.

    2 weeks
  • MMA Fighter Knocks Out His Opponent In 4 Seconds With A Vicious Head Kick! 00:47

    MMA Fighter Knocks Out His Opponent In 4 Seconds With A Vicious Head Kick!

    Well That Was Quick - Jordan Fowler vs. Dylan Goforth

    2 weeks
  • Skier's GoPro Captures Him Falling Into A 60-Foot, Hidden Glacier Crevasse 04:06

    Skier's GoPro Captures Him Falling Into A 60-Foot, Hidden Glacier Crevasse

    While skiing this past December, Jamie Mullner fell into a huge crevasse, but he had the GoPro recording, how epic is that?

    2 weeks
  • Chris Iannetta Hospitalized After Taking A 93 Mph Fastball To The Mouth 00:46

    Chris Iannetta Hospitalized After Taking A 93 Mph Fastball To The Mouth

    Arizona's Chris Iannetta leaves game after taking pitch to face. Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Chris Iannetta was hit in the mouth by a pitch during his at-bat in the seventh inning of Friday night's 11-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates and had to leave the game. Manager Torey Lovullo said Iannetta split his top lip open and was taken to the hospital to be examined. The team will have an update on his status Saturday. "He was up walking around. Everything was OK," Lovullo said. "Anytime there's head trauma, anytime a pitch hits you in that area, you are never comfortable until a diagnosis is made, so we're using every precaution possible to make sure he's OK." Leading off the seventh, Iannetta appeared to turn into the pitch, a 93 mph fastball from reliever Johnny Barbato. Iannetta remained facedown in the dirt for several minutes, and blood was dripping off his face as trainers attended to him. He was able to walk off the field with help, holding a cloth to his face. Iannetta finished 1-for-3, including a solo home run in a seven-run third inning. In the ninth, Arizona reliever Tom Wilhelmsen hit Pittsburgh's Chris Stewart in the leg. Stewart quickly went to first base without incident. Lovullo, though, said he thought the pitch that hit Iannetta "just got away from their pitcher. I'll stand by that."

    2 weeks
  • Libtards Outraged! Adelphi University Men's Lacrosse Team entered the lacrosse field to a Trump speech! 01:11

    Libtards Outraged! Adelphi University Men's Lacrosse Team entered the lacrosse field to a Trump speech!

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    The Adelphi University men's lacrosse team, in Long Island, had been given the option to pick their own entrance music to Tuesday's game.

    But rather than a typical fight track, the team made the controversial decision to enter to a speech by President Trump, set to music.

    'In all of our cities and all of our towns, I make this promise. We will make America strong again. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again. And we will make America great again,' the audio of Trump blasted across the field as the players ran on.

    'God bless you, and good night. I love you.'

    A school spokesman said the speech does not violate school policy.The men's lacrosse team are allowed to chose their own season pregame warm-up music as long as it does not contain 'vulgarity or inappropriate subject matter,' Newsday reports.

    'The songs they proposed and used this season meet those guidelines. As such, we are obliged to follow the policy,' Adelphi athletic director Danny McCabe said.

    Team coach Gordon Purdie apologized to anyone who had been offended by the choice of track, saying 'it was not intended to provoke or be taken as a political statement.' He added that the team 'traditionally has chosen patriotic music' to accompany their entrance to the field. However, many people online have questioned a sports team would use a political speech at all - let alone by someone as divisive as Donald Trump - after footage of the team's entrance was tweeted on Wednesday.

    Ashley Worthey, an alumni who works at the university, said the team's decision had left her 'confused.' She said that while the private college was generally 'a good campus', that there was an issue with 'acceptance' from 'certain people on the campus.'

    'I'm sorry. I don't get what lacrosse has to do with his stupid speeches,' Marylynn Torrëy wrote on Facebook. ' So stupid. Bunch of rich entitled kids at that school.'

    'Shame on you Adelphi, following an admitted sexual predator, liar bigot and world class narcissist,' Arthur Coccaro wrote. 'Martin Luther King's dream speech, maybe, but I just hope some of the players on the team are not ok with this stupidity.'

    Another Facebook user joked that perhaps Adelphi had chosen the speech as a tactic 'to make the team sick and vomit listening to his c**p?'But others defended the team's right to free speech.

    'Trump makes me sick but this is what freedom of speech is all about. Even if you don't agree with what someone says, they are well within their rights to say it,' Janet Oviedo-Torres wrote.

    Gene Staudte added: 'Awesome!!! If that what pumps them up and gets them ready, good for them! They have every right to do that, it's called Freedom of Speech!!!!'

    While others applauded them for supporting the president. 'Finally a college that respects the president and our country,' wrote Joanne Czaikowski Archer, while Jarred Buck added: 'Awesomeness! That team had guts and guts is lacking with that generation.' Adelphi, which plays in Division II, is the top seed in the NCAA Tournament, which begins Saturday against Pace.

    2 weeks
  • Golfer Kills Bird With An Incredibly Unlucky Tee Shot! 00:34
  • Pibernik mistakenly celebrated winning cycle race,one lap too early before going on to finish 148th 00:38

    Pibernik mistakenly celebrated winning cycle race,one lap too early before going on to finish 148th

    Luka Pibernik's exploits during stage five of the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday will be remembered for a long time — but perhaps for all the wrong reasons. The Slovenian Bahrain-Merida rider was preparing to enter the final lap of the circuit but it appeared he forgot to read the cycling rulebook. Pibernik thought he had already entered the last lap and believing he was about to take the stage victory having had a comfortable lead over his rivals, he raised his arms in celebration when he crossed the line. It seems the 23-year-old didn't hear the bell and unfortunately he was made to look a bit silly as his rivals closed down the gap with around 5km of the stage remaining. The unlucky rider will want to put his howler behind him after finishing in 148th spot, 20 seconds adrift of stage winner Fernando Gaviria following his mistake. Gaviria snatched his second win on this year's Giro d'Italia when he sprinted to victory in impressive fashion in Wednesday's fifth stage. The Colombian rider of the Quick Step-Floors team, who had already prevailed on stage three, easily beat Italian Jakub Mareczko (Wilier Triestina-Selle Italia) and Ireland's Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe) at the end of a 159-km route from Pessara to Messina, the home town of defending champion Vincenzo Nibali. Gaviria will wear the points classification's cyclamen jersey on Thursday as his team mate, Luxembourg's Bob Jungels, retained the overall leader's maglia rosa. Thursday's sixth stage takes the peloton over 217km from Reggio Calabria to Terme Luigiane.

    3 weeks
  • Swan's Lance Franklin slammed into ground during Brisbane clash 00:19

    Swan's Lance Franklin slammed into ground during Brisbane clash

    He's known as one of the AFL's most formidable figures, but Lance Franklin more than met his match during the Sydney Swans' round 6 clash with Brisbane on Sunday afternoon. Late in the third quarter Franklin and Lions defender Nick Robertson came together away from the ball, leading to the star forward being thrown to the ground. Franklin appears to initially jab Robertson, before being thrown to the ground and repeatedly having his head slammed into the SCG turf. Buddy eventually scrambles to his feet before several Swans and Lions players run in to diffuse the situation. Hawthorn legend and Fox Sports commentator Dermott Brereton defended the 21-year-old Robertson, saying Franklin 'copped what he's given'. The Swans star was handed a free kick as a result, allowing him to kick his sixth goal of the day. Fans were outraged at the umpires decision to award Franklin the free kick despite him throwing the first shot. 'So Franklin jumper punches Robertson but he gets the free, quality umpiring', one displeased observer tweeted. The incident will be scrutinised by the match review panel, with both players facing time on the sidelines. A punch carries a minimum one-week suspension, which may rule Franklin out for Sydney's must-win clash with North Melbourne. It was the only time Brisbane were able to get on top of the Swans superstar as Franklin kicked 8 goals, helping Sydney to a 54-point win, their first of the season. The victory means the Swans leapfrog the Lions off the bottom of the ladder.

    3 weeks
  • Foul!: Is this the most violent football club in the world? 01:00

    Foul!: Is this the most violent football club in the world?

    An amateur football team has been branded 'the most violent in the world' after a series of YouTube videos revealed an excessive use of late tackles, karate kicks and threats against referees during games. The fourth-tier Canelas 2010, based in Porto, Portugal, went an unprecedented ten matches without dropping a single point because opponents are too afraid to play them. Every other team in the league has said it would rather pay a 750 euro fine than face Canelas because of its players reported violent and intimidating behaviour towards opponents and referees. Players are also said to be members of the notorious Super Dragons, the largest and most feared of F.C. Porto’s ultra groups. Chilling testimony from former opponents claims Canelas players warned rivals that they 'knew where their families lived' and were unnecessarily violent during matches. Fernando Madureira, the Canelas captain, argued that team's reputation is unfair. He told the New York Times: 'There is a lot of money in this league. Some clubs pay their players a lot; they have a much higher budget than us to try to win promotion. Canelas happened without money. 'They decided to stop when we were first. We do not have many cards.' However, a selection of YouTube videos appear to show a huge amount of shockingly violent moments on the pitch. In one, a Canelas player kicked a rival hard in the chest. In another a burly footballer knocks a referee to the ground by kneeing him in the head during a vicious assault after being red-carded. Well-built Canelas number 10 Marco Goncalves was reportedly given his marching orders for punching an opponent in the face. He reacted by attacking ref Jose Rodrigues appearing to grab him by the neck before smashing his knee into his face. Mr Madureira dismissed the videos on, claiming they are all 'from two years ago'. He added: 'They repeat it all. The media is only interested because of me, the Super Dragons and F.C. Porto. 'If we were not here, and the same things happened, nothing would be mentioned.'

    3 weeks
  • Kelly Oubre Shoves Kelly Olynyk To The Ground During Wizards Vs. Celtics Game! 00:29

    Kelly Oubre Shoves Kelly Olynyk To The Ground During Wizards Vs. Celtics Game!

    Boston's Kelly Olynyk hit Washington's Kelly Oubre with a hard screen, knocking Oubre to the ground. Oubre responded by charging at Olynyk and shoving him to the ground, and Chris Forsberg of ESPN noted Washington's swingman received a flagrant-2 and was ejected in the second quarter.

    3 weeks
  • MMA vs Tai Chi: This ‘Legendary’ Kungfu Duel Ends In 10 Seconds 00:51

    MMA vs Tai Chi: This ‘Legendary’ Kungfu Duel Ends In 10 Seconds

    Two Chinese, a Tai Chi Master (Lei Wei), and a MMA fighter (Xiaodong Xu). This is not only a Kungfu Duel, but also a competition between traditional and modern martial art. However, this ‘legendary’ fight lasts only 10 seconds…

    4 weeks
  • Moment mass brawl breaks out on football pitch in Brazil 02:06

    Moment mass brawl breaks out on football pitch in Brazil

    One of the longest ever mass brawls has taken place in Brazil in yet another example of on-pitch violence in South America. The latest violent scenes took place just three days after footage emerged of fighting between Penarol and Palmeiras which saw Felipe Melo along with four other players handed three-match provisional suspensions. This time Bahia had just beaten Vitoria in the Northeast Cup semi-finals when chaos erupted on the pitch, as both sets of players started fighting each other. The brawl continued as the players were being ushered towards the changing rooms of the Arena Fonte Nova, in the eastern Brazilian state of Bahia. The footage appears to show players from both teams kicking and throwing punches around the tunnel area and the reason for the conflict is unclear. There were peace-makers trying calm the situation down on both sides but a lack of security in the stadium delayed efforts to diffuse the situation. Once the brawling eventually subsided, Bahia celebrated their achievement of reaching the cup final at Victoria's expense. With Brazil football authorities still to announce full punishments for Penarol and Palmeiras, it is expected all four clubs will face severe sanctions for their actions.

    4 weeks
  • Soccer player Anthony Van Loo survives a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) when his ICD fires 00:55

    Soccer player Anthony Van Loo survives a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) when his ICD fires

    Anthony Van Loo, a 20-year old soccer player (Roeselare Belgian first division) collapses during a match and is brought back to life by his Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD). The device delivers a shock to restore his heart rhythm. Most of the press has been reporting this as a heart attack. But this is not accurate. Instead of a heart attack, Van Loo must have suffered an arrhythmia, an electrical malfunction of the heart (like Ventricular Tachycardia or Ventricular Fibrillation). Ventricular Fibrillation is very dangerous and will lead to cardiac arrest. Sudden Cardiac Arrest is an abrupt loss of heart function that affects more than 400,000 people in the U.S. and is the leading cause of death in competitive athletes. Van Loo is known to suffer from an unspecified heart condition that makes him susceptible to life-threatening arrhythmias. He's been allowed to return to playing soccer after the implantation of an ICD.

    4 weeks
  • Sickening moment Swans player Gary Rohan falls badly on his neck 00:19

    Sickening moment Swans player Gary Rohan falls badly on his neck

    Sydney Swan Gary Rohan has suffered a sickening fall when he attempted a mark before landing on his neck. The 25-year-old speedster was contesting a courageous mark at the MCG during the match between the Sydney Swans and Carlton when he collided with a Blues player and landed dangerously on his neck. While play continued Rohan was eventually removed from the field in a neck brace on a motorised stretcher. The AFL confirmed Rohan was going to hospital but was awake, moving and talking to club staff. 'Gary Rohan is awake, moving and talking to club staff. He is being taken to hospital as a precaution,' the AFL's tweet read. It is believed Rohan suffered heavy concussion. Punters have taken to social media asking why the game was not stopped immediately.

    4 weeks
  • Shocking moment player knocks out referee during match 00:13

    Shocking moment player knocks out referee during match

    A French rugby league player is facing a ban for life after knocking a referee out cold before attacking opposition players in an incident that has shocked the sport. The man - who French media have refused to identify - was playing for Saint-Esteve in a French Cup match against Toulouse at junior level when the incident, which was caught on camera, took place. Referee Benjamin Casty, brother of Catalan Dragons star Remi Casty, was attacked after sending the player to the sin-bin for making an obscene gesture to the crowd. Footage shows the referee fall to the floor then lie motionless after a single punch from the player, believed to be aged 21. When the opposition ran to confront the rampaging lout, he responded by throwing a flurry of punches at another player before he was finally hauled down and subdued. The game was abandoned. St-Esteve president Christian Cozza later revealed that the player had already been suspended earlier this season and claimed he did not want him to play in the match. Cozza also announced his resignation in response to the incident. He said: 'This player had already been suspended four games earlier in the season and I did not want him to play.' Casty was taken to a nearby hospital where he was treated for injuries to his cheekbone and miraculously avoided a broken jaw. The president of the French Federation, Marc Palanques, has already called on the player to face an 'uncompromising' punishment with many calling for a ban for life. He said: 'I hope that the National Disciplinary Commission, who will meet on Wednesday, will be uncompromising.'

    1 month
  • Referee Destroys Boxer For Not Following The Rules 02:08
  • Baseball Player Makes Impressive Dive Over Catcher To Win The Game 00:56

    Baseball Player Makes Impressive Dive Over Catcher To Win The Game

    Chris Coghlan performs an acrobatic jump to avoid being tagged!

    1 month
  • I Guess Universal Healthcare Just Isn't Working! British Soccer Player Forced to Come to the US for Surgery Suffered during this Match 01:05

    I Guess Universal Healthcare Just Isn't Working! British Soccer Player Forced to Come to the US for Surgery Suffered during this Match

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    Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has come to the United States to undergo surgery on his knee injury in a bid to save his career.

    Ibrahimovic damaged knee ligaments during the 2-1 Europa League quarterfinal victory over Anderlecht last week. There has been speculation it could end the 35-year-old's career, although the striker vowed on Instagram this week to "come back stronger."

    United manager Jose Mourinho would not say speculate on Ibrahimovic's future but confirmed to Sky Sports that the striker was in the U.S.

    "He is in America and that's the only thing that matters now," Mourinho said. "He is in America to have the surgery and start the recovery process."

    Sources confirmed to ESPN FC that Ibrahimovic made the trip to Pittsburgh to see knee specialist Freddie Fu.

    1 month
  • Bolivar goal keeper Matias Dituro scores incredible goal 00:31

    Bolivar goal keeper Matias Dituro scores incredible goal

    Argentine Matias Dituro kicked the ball the full length of the pitch and flying into the opposition net to win a match - five minutes into stoppage time.

    1 month
  • MASSIVE smoke engulfs fans at Dutch football game 01:23

    MASSIVE smoke engulfs fans at Dutch football game

    PSV Eindhoven's clash with Ajax had to be halted after smoke bombs were set off in the stands. Supporters of PSV were accused to have set off the bombs in protest against recent banning orders in Dutch football. Fourteen people were hospitalised as thick plumes of smoke engulfed sections of the Philips Stadion on Sunday afternoon (23/04/17). Ten fans and four security guards all received treatment for respiratory issues.

    1 month
  • 'Go back to the f***ing Chinese takeaway': Shocking moment an AFL fan unleashes a racist rant at an Asian trainer 00:13

    'Go back to the f***ing Chinese takeaway': Shocking moment an AFL fan unleashes a racist rant at an Asian trainer

    An AFL fan has been filmed allegedly launching a racist tirade against a Brisbane Lions trainer after shocking footage shows the man yell 'go back to the f***ing Chinese takeaway'. The allegedly racist attack was filmed by a fellow AFL fan at the Lions vs Western Bulldogs match at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium on Saturday. Footage shows the angry football fan lean over the barrier and yell towards the field, 'go back to the f***ing Chinese takeaway you d***head, in a tirade believed to be targeted towards the Lions trainer. A shocked onlooker filmed the man, who wore a black shirt and pants and glasses, as he shouted from the stands. The man who filmed the incident claimed the racist rant was unleashed after a Lions trainer caused a 50m penalty, 7News reports. 'The man, of Asian descent, accidentally ran across Bob Murphy's mark kicking for goal causing a 50m penalty,' he said. 'Fans were disgusted and staff were notified. A gentleman behind me took notes on his seating and section number, and passed it onto the staff at the ground.' Etihad stadium management have said it is investigating the claims and are working with police to identify the man, according to the Herald Sun. It comes only weeks after AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan warned fans the sport has 'zero tolerance' for racism and told 'racist' fans to not bother attending the matches. 'There are still isolated instances and we're going to keep tackling them, we're going to keep calling them out,' said McLachlan told reporters. 'We have got a zero tolerance approach to this (but) we can do more and we will do more.' McLachlan was referring to an incident where Port Adelaide supporter, Maxine Spratt, 31, was reported by South Australian police on Tuesday for calling Eddie Betts an 'ape'. Spratt took to Facebook in a racist rant, and wrote the Crows forward 'should go back to the zoo where him and his family belong'. Victoria Police said they are investigating the incident and encourage any witnesses to come forward.

    1 month
  • Horror moment jiu-jitsu fighter's arm SNAPS in half when he refuses to tap out 00:54

    Horror moment jiu-jitsu fighter's arm SNAPS in half when he refuses to tap out

    This is the horrifying moment a Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter's arm was snapped in half when he refused to tap out. Fighter Ethan Crelinsten had his opponent in a 'kimura' armlock when his limb suddenly cracked and bent right back behind his head. Officials are seen rushing to the aid of the injured fighter, while Crelinsten cringes and looks distraught after the fight. The sickening accident was caught on camera at the West Coast ADCC Trials in Abu Dhabi on April 15.

    1 month
  • This Chris Wondolowski whiff is actually worse than his World Cup miss 00:04

    This Chris Wondolowski whiff is actually worse than his World Cup miss

    Misses happen in soccer, and I’m sure Wondolowski would prefer that miss over the worst moment of his professional career on soccer’s biggest stage. But man, what a whiff it was.

    1 month
  • Several New England Patriot Libtard's Are Refusing the White House Visit, Do a PSA for a Leftist Network against Pres. Trump 03:29

    Several New England Patriot Libtard's Are Refusing the White House Visit, Do a PSA for a Leftist Network against Pres. Trump

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    Several members of the 2016-2017 NFL Champion New England Patriots will boycott their team's customary trip to the White House later this year.

    DT Alan Branch, DE Chris Long, RB LeGarrette Blount, TE Martellus Bennett and LB Dont'a Hightower all decided to skip the opportunity to meet with President Trump.

    Long, the son of sportscaster and former Oakland Raider Howie Long, said he wanted to be able to tell his children he made the right decision to take a stand against the visit.

    McCourty said he didn't believe in Trump's exclusionary rhetoric.

    The two athletes along with several Patriots fans were featured in a video supporting those who decided to boycott the Washington trip.

    Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Coach Bill Belichick are said to be friends of the president.

    Trump himself praised QB Tom Brady throughout the season, and the MVP was seen with a "Make America Great Again" hat in his locker.

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