Could AJ vs Fury be delayed by Wilder dispute?


Eddie Hearn on Deontay Wilder’s arbitration: “A Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement”; Tyson Fury is set to face Anthony Joshua in undisputed world title fight

By Richard Damerell
Last Updated: 15/02/21 6:03pm

Deontay Wilder has tried to enforce another fight with Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury’s ongoing arbitration with Deontay Wilder remains ‘a problem’ but promoters are optimistic that an undisputed world title fight will not be delayed.
Anthony Joshua held a meeting with Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn last week to finalise the remaining terms for a fight against Fury, with all the world heavyweight titles at stake.But Sky Sports understands that Wilder’s arbitration with Fury is still at the preliminary stages as the American stakes his claim for a third WBC title fight following his stoppage loss last February. Hey @Tyson_Fury ,Don’t worry about me I am Fine, Blessed.The only thing I want from you is for you to honor your agreement and fight me. I gave you 2 shots when I didn’t have to and it changed your life. Now it is time for you to be a man and give me my shot as you agreed to.— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) November 12, 2020 “That’s a problem and a question really for Top Rank, and Bob Arum,” Promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports.”We’ve been assured by them, that’s not going to be an issue in making this fight. That’s a Fury problem, a Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement. Eddie Hearn “I do believe that Deontay Wilder, h e was supposed to be fighting in January. Now we’re middle of February, so how much longer is he going to wait? He’s been out of the ring for a year now, and he’s slowly imploding in every single interview that he gives. He should get back in the ring.”That’s a Fury problem, a Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement.”I keep saying two weeks (until an announcement). I’m bored of saying it now. People are bored of probably hearing it, but we are finalising the finest details of the contract and hope to make an announcement soon.”Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren is also hopeful that the Joshua fight will go ahead as planned.”We don’t believe it will affect the fight,” Warren told Sky Sports. Frank Warren expects Fury to receive the go ahead to face Joshua Wilder’s management and Top Rank, Fury’s US promotional team, did not comment on the ongoing arbitration.Hearn is confident that he can agree all the terms relating to Joshua, then he plans to select the venue, with Saudi Arabia, America and Singapore among the locations being considered.”Contracts have been backwards and forwards,” Hearn had told Sky Sports last week.”Only minor details to be resolved on both ends. We’re in a good place.”AJ was in the office yesterday with us. We had a good meeting to finalise our side of stuff. Joshua has revealed details in the past about sparring sessions with Fury Joshua has revealed details in the past about sparring sessions with Fury “We’re on the verge now of getting this fight done. We want to make sure the ink is dry, and then we’ll go out and finalise the site details.”I’m going to keep quiet for now, which probably won’t last for too long, but in the meantime working hard to finalise what is the absolute biggest fight in boxing.”

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Watson withdraws ‘poor’ criticism of Fagerson red


Hamish Watson described the decision to send off Zander Fagerson for a tackle on Alun Wyn Jones at a ruck as “absolutely dreadful”; the flanker changed his stance on Monday, explaining his “emotions were very high” after Scotland’s loss to Wales

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Last Updated: 15/02/21 12:28pm

Hamish Watson says his original comments on Zander Fagerson’s sending off were made when “emotions were very high”

Hamish Watson has described his comments about Scotland team-mate Zander Fagerson’s sending off against Wales as “poor”.
Prop Fagerson was dismissed by referee Matthew Carley 13 minutes into the second half of Saturday’s Six Nations contest at Murrayfield, which Scotland lost 25-24.The decision came after Fagerson had made a shoulder-led challenge into Alun Wyn Jones at a ruck. After the match, Scotland flanker Watson said the call was “rubbish”, “absolutely dreadful” and “not rugby”.On Monday, replying to a tweet featuring a video of him making the remarks, Watson said: “Poor comments from me, emotions were very high after losing a very tight match. Players’ health is paramount.”A week on from their victory over England, Scotland led Wales 17-8 at the interval before things turned around in the second half. Fagerson leaves the field after being shown a red card against Wales When asked after the match about Fagerson and his red card, Watson said: “That was a rubbish call. An absolutely dreadful call. That’s not rugby, that call.”Zander is absolutely fine. We’ve already got round him. He’s a great player and a big part of everything we do with Scotland. He can hold his head high, I think.”We lost that game in the last 10 minutes of the first half and the first 10 of the second. We lost that game when we had 15 on the field. ‘Z’ has nothing to worry about.”He added: “I haven’t heard the comms from the TV but I’ve heard from other people that the TMO said it wasn’t a red, then the ref has overruled him.”The ref has the right to do that if he thinks that’s the right call. We as players strongly disagree with that call. As soon as I saw it on the TV, I was thinking, ‘That’s not even a penalty’.”There’s not much else we can say. We don’t think it’s a red, a yellow or even a penalty. But that’s the way the game is going.”Hogg: We’ll learn from ill-disciplineSkipper Stuart Hogg has vowed there will be no repeat of the ill-discipline that cost Scotland against Wales. Skipper Stuart Hogg was disappointed with the manner of Scotland’s 25-24 defeat to Wales Gregor Townsend’s team conceded a mere six penalties as they recorded their first victory at Twickenham in 37 years in their championship opener.But they almost doubled that tally against the Welsh, allowing Wayne Pivac’s side far too many opportunities to apply pressure. Hogg said: “It’s little things that are costing us. But the pleasing thing is we know exactly where we’re going wrong – there’s been times in the past where we’ve made mistakes and keep making them, whereas now I believe that’s a one-off in our ill-discipline.”We’ll be much better prepared for the France game in two weeks in terms of our discipline and we’ll get excited for that challenge.”

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Six Nations team of the week


Jonny May scored a spectacular try against Italy

There were a host of impressive performers during round two of the Six Nations but who has made it into our team of the week?
England returned to winning ways against Italy while Wales once again came from behind to beat 14 men as they triumphed at Murrayfield.Ireland began a Six Nations with back-to-back losses for the first time after coming up short against France, who sit top of the table after consecutive away wins. 15. Stuart Hogg (Scotland) He did not have it all his way in Edinburgh as his side fell to a 25-24 defeat, but the Scotland skipper scored twice for a good individual showing.The Exeter full-back made 113 metres from his 11 carries, beating six defenders and making three clean breaks.14. Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales) One of the easier decisions of the weekend, with Rees-Zammit already sparking conversations about being a Lions bolter after less than four months of Test rugby. The winger scored two tries against Scotland, the second of which proved to be the match-winner.A word of course for the attacking threat of Anthony Watson, who scored two tries against Italy, and Darcy Graham who nearly matched the ball-carrying stats of his team-mate Hogg.13. Garry Ringrose (Ireland) Ireland are struggling for creativity at the moment but it is not for the lack of trying by Ringrose, who was their most dangerous attacker against France.The Leinster centre made three line breaks, all through heavy traffic, and racked up 93 metres from 11 carries.12. Gael Fickou (France) Fickou marshalled the French defence superbly, making 10 tackles and missing none as they won in Dublin for the first time in a decade.The 26-year-old did not have as many opportunities in attack as he would have liked but he made them count, creating the opening try when he nonchalantly collected Matthieu Jalibert’s wayward pass and sucked in two Ireland defenders before offloading to his unmarked skipper Charles Ollivon.11. Jonny May (England) Though the legality of the try is being debated, there is no questioning the impressive nature of May’s finish as he moved out to outright second in England’s all-time tryscorer list with his 32nd score on Saturday.The winger made 70 metres with ball in hand from his 12 carries and also made six tackles as Eddie Jones’ side registered their first win of the 2021 Six Nations.10. Finn Russell (Scotland) Russell was not able to deliver the win in Edinburgh but he was part of so much that was good about Scotland’s attack.His offloads and changes in attacking lanes are turning Scotland into one of the more entertaining teams to watch.Russell also slotted all four of his kicks at goal in the Scottish capital, but it’s his work with ball in hand that will make his battle with Matthieu Jalibert in Scotland’s next Six Nations assignment in Paris a mouth-watering one.9. Ali Price (Scotland) Antoine Dupont again impressed in Dublin but he is edged out by Price, who did his Lions chances no harm with a fine display against Wales.Price’s pinpoint kick over the top played in Garry Graham for the opening try and he kept the Wales defence guessing throughout, although his decision to kick the ball away late on will be a source of regret.1. Wyn Jones (Wales) The loosehead was effective at scrum time, but was brilliant in the loose. After shaking off the effects of Zander Fagerson’s clearout, Jones scored a try to put Wales ahead late in the game before Rees-Zammit sealed it for the visitors.He also made 14 tackles in Edinburgh – Taulupe Faletau was the only Welsh player to register more tackles in the game – as well as six carries to go with his efforts in the set-piece.2. Luke Cowan-Dickie (England) Cowan-Dickie was successful with all five of his lineout throws in what was his first Six Nations start, and made an impact in open play to go with it.The Exeter forward carried 13 times – joint top for England on the day – beating four defenders in the process, and also put in five tackles.3. Kyle Sinckler (England) According to the commentators, Sinckler looked a little bored ahead of a scrum late in the game at Twickenham, and that’s probably because he was enjoying life in the loose more than the set-piece.The tighthead prop matched his hooker with 13 carries on the day, and also made four tackles on Italian ball carriers.The 27-year-old has now won 44 England caps since making his debut in 2016 and is fast becoming integral to Eddie Jones’ team.4. Iain Henderson (Ireland) Henderson shone in his first game as Ireland captain and caused panic in the France defence with an early charge-down on Brice Dulin.The Ulsterman excelled in the set-piece as Ireland dismantled France’s lineout and was a fingertip away from a steal on the opposition five-metre line after expertly telegraphing a long throw.Henderson worked his socks off in defence, making 10 tackles and a couple of excellent ball strips. Was not on the pitch for France’s second try after a nasty clash of heads with Cian Healy.5. Jonny Hill (England)The Exeter Chief scored one try and created another as England returned to winning ways.Hill burrowed over from close range for his first England try after Italy had taken a surprise early lead, and then threw a lovely pass for the first of Anthony Watson’s two touchdowns.6. Charles Ollivon (France) There were two outstanding displays by opensides this week so we are shifting the France skipper across to the No 6 shirt.Ollivon steadied the French lineout after some early jitters, claiming seven throws, while he also shone in defence with a team-leading 19 tackles.Was on the receiving end of some wondrous attacking play to score the opening try, which was no less than his performance deserved.7. Hamish Watson (Scotland) Flanker is going to be one of the most hotly-contested positions for the Lions tour, and Watson is doing a good job of putting his hand up for a spot.He carried 10 times at Murrayfield, but it was his work off the ball that impressed.The 29-year-old made 18 tackles and effected two turnovers as he continually made a nuisance of himself at the breakdown in a tough battle against his opposite number Justin Tipuric.8. Taulupe Faletau (Wales) The only person at Murrayfield to make more tackles than Watson was Faletau, who was responsible for 19 in total. The No 8 also topped the Welsh charts for carries with 11; a workmanlike shift from the British and Irish Lion.Running Faletau close was CJ Stander, who made 18 carries in Dublin, once again putting his hand up to do the tough carrying for Ireland.

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Lightning relishing Superleague’s top-four battle


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“Previously you could say there were two or three teams that would win the league, I think now there are probably about six who think we fancy this,” Sara Bayman on top-four challenge. Watch every game of the Vitality Superleague live on the Sky Sports YouTube channel

Last Updated: 15/02/21 7:44am

Hannah Williams of Loughborough Lightning in action against Bath

Loughborough head coach Sara Bayman is relishing a showdown with Midlands rivals Wasps as part of what she believes can be the Vitality Superleague’s most competitive season yet.
A bumper Opening Weekend to the 2021 season concludes on Monday night with a double-header live on Sky Sports Mix and the Sky Sports YouTube channel and for Lightning, they are back on court 24 hours after defeat to Team Bath. Vitality Netball Superleague – Round Two fixtures Sunday Team Bath 48-44 Loughborough Lightning Surrey Storm 41-53 Saracens Mavericks Severn Stars 34-53 Wasps Netball Monday Loughborough Lightning vs Wasps Netball Saracens Mavericks vs Leeds Rhinos Bayman’s squad pushed one of the favourites for the title all the way, eventually losing out 48-44, and the Lightning head coach is desperate to get three points on the board early with their own top-four ambitions uppermost in their thoughts. “It’s important to get a quick start, get some points on the board and put some pressure on the other teams rather than face pressure ourselves,” she tells Sky Sports.”It is crucial from the sport that we have a competitive league, people and fans want to watch games that they don’t know the outcome of and previously that’s where the league has had a bit of a gulf between the top teams and the bottom teams.”This season, I don’t expect that to be there and covid protocols, double game weekends might also see a levelling out.”We could end up with a topsy-turvy league table which is great for the fans – but not so great for the coaches.” Seven of the 11 teams have so far racked up victories across the first three days at the purpose-built court in Wakefield and Lightning will have to overcome a Wasps team that eased past Severn Stars on Sunday night.Defeat will mean another slow start for a Lightning team who have a habit of making life hard for themselves. Two defeats from their opening three games in the curtailed 2020 season followed a 2019 season where they lost three of their opening five games.In their defence those defeats have tended to come against top-four rivals with Team Bath, Manchester Thunder and Saracens Mavericks among the teams to get the better of them.But with points crucial in a league that will feature double header game weekends and covid protocols, meaning squad strength is more important than ever, captain Nat Panagarry knows a repeat won’t be acceptable.”We seem to have always struggled with our start and it’s always been something we have discussed,” she says.”It has taken us too long to hit the ground running and get the intensity required but I think the last few years I have been here this feels like the best pre-season we have had.”I have confidence and faith in the team after a good week where we have spoken about the intensity and training on the eve of the season we were all going for it, we didn’t know our starting seven.”Fortunately for Bayman, Panagarry and the rest of the Lightning squad next up are perhaps their fiercest rivals to focus the mind. Loughborough and Wasps have met in two of the last three Grand Finals and local bragging rights will be up for grabs as well as three vital points. Great to be back out on court !! Tough loss but lots to be positive about for our first game of the season, ready to build tomorrow 💜⚡️💪🏼 Huge congrats @suzieliverseidg on a great debut performance 👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/vFr5IiZ4gq— nataliepanagarry (@Npanagarry) February 14, 2021 Bayman believes it’s important for women’s sport and the Superleague season that rivalries and competitive action is on display in the first netball season that will see all the games made available to fans to watch.”Those games that mean more and where you feel the heat of the battle are a bit more than just winning and losing so it’s always one to watch,” Bayman adds with a smile.”In 2019 it was a dogfight [for the top four], we refused to lie down and when we needed wins against teams like Wasps and Thunder – we had the attitude ‘ let’s go get ’em’ and that will be the attitude we are going to have to take every week.”Top four is going to be a real scrap and once we are there we can start worrying about semi-finals and then finals are one-off games and you look around the league and anyone could beat anyone.”Previously you could say there were two or three teams that would win the league, I think now there are probably about six who think we fancy this.”East-West Midlands is a rivalry that is there, previous finals have added a touch of spice to that rivalry and it is always satisfying, like the one-goal win in 2019 – it’s probably the highlight of the season for a lot of people.” However more importantly is the job at hand. Loughborough have managed to keep their squad intact under Bayman for the last couple of seasons and this season have added England Roses star Beth Cobden after two years of injury heartache for the mid-courter.While Bayman admits more than any year 2021 is a game-by-game, week-by-week season, the top four remains the ultimate target, while the final word is on that rivalry that she admits has lost a certain edge.”It’s not as much fun now that Tamsin is not at Wasps, it doesn’t have the same edge of a week of texts beforehand!” she smiles.”I don’t think we can look beyond the rounds, everyone is going to be scrapping for top four and it is going to be tough to get in there. “It’s a cliché but we will take it game-by-game because this season especially the games are coming thick and fast right from the very start and by the end of February we might have an idea of where we are and what we will have to do.”Sky Sports is your home of netball. The Vitality Netball Superleague continues on Monday with back-to-back matches from 4.45pm on Sky Sports Mix. Viewers in the UK and Ireland can also watch on the Sky Sports YouTube channel.

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Itoje: Education, ambition, and potential Lions captaincy


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Maro Itoje talks exclusively to Sky Sports News’ Gail Davis about his youth, heritage, diversity and ambitions on and off the rugby pitch

Maro Itoje talks exclusively to Sky Sports News’ Gail Davis about his youth, heritage, diversity and ambitions on and off the rugby pitch

England player Maro Itoje speaks to Sky Sports about his route into rugby, learning about black history, being inspired by Lewis Hamilton, and the significance of potentially being the first black British and Irish Lions captain.
Itoje knew the subject of the Lions captaincy would come up in the interview. As much as he tried to deflect the conversation and move on, there is no escaping what a powerful image it would be for rugby, sport and society.If and when the British and Irish Lions tour takes place this summer, two black men could be leading their teams. In their 133-year history, there has never been a black Lions captain. Their opponents this summer are World Cup winners South Africa, led by Siya Kolisi who is the first black man to captain his country.”Yeah, I think Anthony Watson will make a great captain!” Itoje smiles when asked about the prospect of a first black Lions captain. But after a gentle nudge, he adds: “I do acknowledge how significant an event like that would be if it does happen but I guess fate will decide.” Itoje has played for England 45 times and was named European Player of the Year in 2016 It seems fate has already played a big part in Itoje’s life. His grandfather named him Oghenemaro Miles Itoje and Itoje’s father Efe says it means “God is the Greatest”. Speaking over a zoom call during lockdown, he says: “Maro means the greatest, maybe he [Itoje’s grandfather] saw something.”Itoje never went looking for rugby. It found him.It wasn’t until his final year at primary school that a PE teacher suggested he should put his giant frame to good use. He quickly found his natural home in the second row. It’s not always as simple and straightforward with the England player acknowledging the unconscious bias that exists in the sport.”I think black people are often perceived to be very strong, very quick and they are attributes you put to a winger almost straight away or in at centre – if you are a bit stronger you might get chucked in the back row,” he said.”What it doesn’t promote is the exploration of an individual’s skill set. They may be really quick and they may be really strong and they may make a very good winger but they could make an unbelievable No 10 if you put a bit more time in.”It is rare to find someone black in that key decision-making fly-half role and even rarer to find a black captain. The possibility of Itoje and Kolisi standing side by side this summer could be pivotal for change.Itoje, a four-time Premiership champion, says we will see change “as we continue to push the game to have a wider arm and continue to push the game to be more encompassing and attract different people from different backgrounds.”‘I’ve had great captains…you shouldn’t clamour for the job’Itoje is a fearless athlete. He drives the highest of standards, is an instinctive leader and is a man who thrives on winning. Yet he doesn’t captain his club or country. Itoje takes a line-out during the Autumn Nations Cup final rugby union international match between England and France at Twickenham in December I ask him if his race has ever held him back but he doesn’t believe so. And what about his ambitions to become captain?”My ambition is to do whatever it is to make my team win,” he said.”I feel if you campaign or clamour for the role of captain, you are almost wanting it for the wrong reasons.”It is a diplomatic answer from a man who is passionate about politics and completed an undergraduate degree in the subject from the School of Oriental and African Studies University of London. He has been captained by Steve Borthwick, Brad Barritt and currently Owen Farrell at club and country.”I’ve had great captains and for me, it’s been a blessing to be around them because I think being around those as have made me a better leader and learn things about myself and be a better player,” he added. Saracens’ Itoje catches the ball from the line-out during the European Champions Cup quarter-final against Leinster in September ‘I wanted the best for my children’It only takes a few minutes in the company of Efe to understand where his son’s drive and determination comes from. Itoje says his Nigerian heritage (both his parents were born and raised in Nigeria) has shaped the way he sees the world. Itoje says his Nigerian heritage is very important to him The values, the expectations, the traditions and above all else the focus on education. Itoje laughs as he recalls the dictation his dad set for him in the holidays while his friends were out having fun.”I wanted the best for my children,” says Efe.”I was at a school in the 1960s in London, there were only two black pupils. I quickly learnt you need an edge. No one taught me but I became chess champion and I discovered if you have something of quality people respect you and colour doesn’t come into it.”My father studied in this country too and it gives you a better start in life, education is very important. It opens doors.”That passion has clearly been passed down to his 26-year-old son who feels it is a way to tackle prejudice.”Speaking from a black point of view, education is important because there are often misconceptions, often biases that are assigned to you without you doing anything. 0:44 Maro Itoje’s father Efe talks about the value of education and respect growing up in Britain Maro Itoje’s father Efe talks about the value of education and respect growing up in Britain “If you have an education – if you have a good quality education – you’re able to at the very least push past some of those.”‘We’ve almost let a generation of children down’ Knowing the power of learning, in recent weeks Itoje has tried to tackle the digital divide that the Covid pandemic and lockdown has brought by getting laptops to the most disadvantaged pupils. There are millions of children within this country that don’t have sufficient access to digital data or sufficient access to equipment Maro Itoje “Education is often seen as a leveller, something that can aid social mobility. The situation as a result of the coronavirus means there’s going to be a big disparity between the haves and the have-nots. With that, there are millions of children within this country that don’t have sufficient access to digital data or sufficient access to equipment.”There’s going to be a generation of children where we’ve almost let them down and their life chances may be impacted.” Itoje was born in Camden in North London and excelled at several sports before focusing on rugby Itoje is the middle child and has an older brother and younger sister Itoje’s role in educating future generations doesn’t end there. He’s thrown his support behind The Black Curriculum”Throughout my schooling system the only times I learned about black history was in relation to the slave trade so as a young child growing up it makes you think that the black contribution to society is only limited to the slave trade,” Itoje said.”And what that gives you is a very singular view of black people and I think contributes to the biases that we have as a society towards black people.”If a Black Curriculum achieves its aims it not only benefits black people but I think it benefits everybody.” Itoje’s father says he wanted his children to know right from wrong and the value of education Itoje: I watched George Floyd murder from start to finishEfe talks of always wanting his children to “have a conscience, of knowing right from wrong and to give back to society”.Itoje is certainly living up to those standards and beyond, using his platform as a sports star to shine a light on social and racial inequality. Eight months on, Itoje recalls the moment and the emotions of watching the murder of George Floyd last summer.”I watched it from beginning to end.”It had an effect on me that watching that type of thing doesn’t normally have and this is on the other side of the world and I think it’s an experience that many have shared.”He spoke about going to the Black Lives Matter protests to feel the energy. “My initial thought was that this was just going to be black people but you know one of the encouraging things was that it was people from all different types of races, background, creeds, colour.”And it also felt that things do need to move in a more positive direction and sport has been a huge driving force for that change.” Itoje with his family last year We talk about what Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka has done to highlight and honour police brutality victims, and how the NBA players have used their platform to address injustice.”There’s a number of athletes throughout the world who have tried to lend their voice and tried to push the dial in a better direction,” says the England and Saracens star who has won the Six Nations three times.Itoje’s admiration for Rashford, Sterling and HamiltonCloser to home, Itoje is an admirer of Lewis Hamilton’s work. He points to Hamilton often appearing as a “lone voice” because of the lack of diversity in Formula One. 0:31 Maro Itoje is asked about the potential of being the first black captain of the British and Irish Lions team for the tour of South Africa Maro Itoje is asked about the potential of being the first black captain of the British and Irish Lions team for the tour of South Africa “What he’s done in his own space to try and push and increase diversity within Formula One has been amazing.” Itoje also praises the work of Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling.”All three people are individuals who’ve shone a light on things that are just wrong. Marcus in terms of the school meals and underprivileged children getting the bare minimum of decent food.”Raheem Sterling has highlighted the biases in the press and newspapers and how they report on players differently based on their race and all the things that those guys are doing is incredible. I think they should be commended for it because I think all these little conversations just push society in the right direction.” 0:27 Efe Itoje told his son about the giving some of his earnings to charity and ‘giving back to society’ Efe Itoje told his son about the giving some of his earnings to charity and ‘giving back to society’ The England player is determined to play his part. I ask Itoje: “So what does success look like to you, medals or a legacy around social and racial justice?” It’s no surprise when he said both.”I don’t think it is an either-or. Make no bone about it, I want to win,” he says.”I take a lot of pleasure out of winning, I like winning trophies, I like being a part of successful teams, I like the feeling of getting better and everything I’m involved with I want to win.”I always think of what I would have wanted when I was like a 14 or 15-year-old individual playing rugby.”And if I can promote or make those individuals feel a bit better about themselves or give those individuals someone they can look up to or someone that looks like them or someone that they can have affiliation or affinity to, then I think that would be a positive step.”Efe is very proud of everything his son has achieved so far although admits he was never keen on rugby.But as he sits at his home for the interview, you can see a picture of Itoje wearing the red of the Lions surrounded by jubilant fans after his phenomenal performance in the second Test against New Zealand in 2017. Itoje is clapped from the field by the All Blacks after the second rugby test in Wellington where the Lions won 24-21 “I’ve travelled all over the world following him. I’m now hooked if Maro plays or not,” he says. “It’s the comradeship, trust and the fact there is someone always watching your back.” He hopes to have plenty more adventures and perhaps the biggest and most significant could be this summer.

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19 fights, 19 wins, 19 KOs… but there’s a problem


Is Christopher Lovejoy a credible contender?

There is a mystery man threatening the heavyweight division but nobody knows whether to take him seriously or not.
If you’ve never seen Christopher Lovejoy fight, he appears to be a hellacious problem for the heavyweight big boys – he has won all 19 of his fights by knockout, has ended 17 inside the first round, he insists he spars with the elite names and is calling out credible contenders.The problem? Nobody has seen Lovejoy fight. Ever. His 19 professional fights span a total of just 22 rounds, a frankly staggering statistic considering that even Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder were extended further in their earliest bouts.But Lovejoy’s career exists in a vacuum – all of his fights took place in Tijuana, Mexico, an outlier to the professional boxing landscape against no-name opponents, of which all-but-one have lost more fights than they have won.The gentlest of prods to his impressive-looking résumé reveals potentially dark secrets making it impossible to know if this Las Vegas heavyweight is a serious menace or just a pretender.”The truth is, he might be an absolute beast or he may get found out,” promoter Eddie Hearn has said after his only interaction with Lovejoy ended in farce.Given an opportunity to prove his credentials against Dave Allen in October, Lovejoy was withdrawn at short notice due to contractual issues with the legendary promoter Don King, who once worked with Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. Once more, Lovejoy remained hidden by a cloak of invisibility.”A lot of people want to see me get beat up,” Lovejoy tells Sky Sports. He has “unfinished business” and is out to prove that his destructive 19-0 record isn’t just paper-thin. 0:28 Dave Allen was set to fight Lovejoy – here’s his KO of Nick Webb Dave Allen was set to fight Lovejoy – here’s his KO of Nick Webb Lovejoy has had zero amateur bouts – he was living the street life, “heading in the wrong direction” as he calls it, when he saw heavyweight boxers on TV who didn’t measure up to his childhood heroes.”I’m a risk taker. I’ve got the size. So I went for it,” he says.He headed for the belly of the beast, Las Vegas, and began training at Floyd Mayweather’s gym with the legend’s father and uncle but with no meaningful reputation, he was unable to get a fight.He learned that opportunity existed in Tijuana, the city on the US-Mexican border. He had to pay out of his own pocket to feature on professional cards, he says.”It was the only route I had. It was on-the-job training. I was learning how to fight.”Lovejoy was losing money but was “investing in myself and my career” – this adventure began five years ago at such low-profile events that footage scarcely exists of the 19 KOs he has racked up.He concedes his first 10 opponents were poor but, hey, he was learning with no amateur background. He also admits that his fights haven’t been as easy as they seem.”I almost got knocked out in my first pro fight,” he says.”My first ever boxing match, the opponent was a little guy. As soon as the bell rings, he rushes me and throws a 30-punch combo!”He clips me, almost knocked me out. I had to gather myself then I knocked the guy out.”The matchmaker said after: ‘At least we know you’ve got a chin!'”In my sixth fight, the guy went a whole round with me. I was so tired. I was thinking: ‘If this goes another round, I don’t know what might happen’.”Luckily for Lovejoy, the opponent retired on his stool at the end of the first round.”After that I said: ‘I’ll never come here again unless I’m prepared to go the distance’.”An overview of his opponents quickly reveals that Juan Luis Lopez Alcaraz had won just four out of 29 fights, Martin Rodriguez four out of 31 and Esteban Sosa Vazquez two out of 16.Lovejoy has knocked out eight men who had never previously won a fight.He claims the quality of his opponents gradually increased but the most recent two had won a combined 18 of their 92 fights.”There are good fighters with bad records. And terrible fighters with good records,” he says.”They come to fight because they have a lot of pride. I know people who went down there and lost.”I know a heavyweight who went down to Mexico and lost by disqualification.”In Mexico, you’d better go for the knockout because you’re in their country. The judges don’t care about you.” What is the truth about Lovejoy’s sparring with Tyson Fury? The smoke and mirrors nature of Lovejoy’s 19-fight KO streak is the source of bemusement and conjecture, but he sees it as a good thing.”It’s an advantage because they overlook me,” he says.”I’m glad because, if all my footage was out there, I wouldn’t get any fights. I wouldn’t get called out. Dave Allen wouldn’t have accepted a fight with me.”There is some mystery with me – ‘can he really fight? Is he in shape?'”If I was in tip-top shape, was sparring the top guys and all my footage was out there, I would not get a fight.”There are politics in boxing and fighters are protected.”There is a particular whisper that, somewhere at some time, in a Las Vegas gym, he found himself in the ring with Tyson Fury. Their recollections of that moment, as you might expect, differ.Lovejoy says now: “There is a secret society in gyms.”‘Tyson Fury knocked him out! Or he knocked out Tyson Fury?'”It is a mystery and you don’t know unless you were there.”These are the rules of our brotherhood.”If I had a good day against one of the top guys, I would never say.” It is fair to point out that Lovejoy has honed his craft in sparring with Luis Ortiz, the two-time world title challenger to Deontay Wilder, as well as a host of US prospects.He is relentlessly challenging more established names than his own via social media – he balks at the suggestion that this is just self-promotion.Solomon Dacres, the Team GB amateur standout who will make his pro debut on March 20, live on Sky Sports, has challenged Lovejoy who hits back: “I will end his career before it even begins.” EVERYONE HAS A PLAN UNTIL YOU GET PUNCHED IN THE FACE— Christopher Lovejoy (@lovejoyboxing) February 8, 2021 His previous visit to the UK concluded with 4am crisis talks between Eddie Hearn and Don King to thrash out a deal for Lovejoy’s scheduled fight with Allen to go ahead. That sleepless night was ultimately futile but it has extended the mystery behind what Lovejoy, already aged 37, is truly capable of inside the ring.”I’m a really big guy with an [American football] background,” he warns. “I can bench and squat 400lbs. I can dunk a basketball, I can run fast, I am very powerful.”How powerful?”I’m up there with the best. In sparring, whenever I touch someone it changes the whole dynamic. As soon as I touch someone they fall.”Ask anyone who spars with me and they will say that I hit like a mule.”The power comes naturally.”Perhaps, just perhaps, the cynicism aimed at Lovejoy’s undefeated 19-fight record with 19 KOs is because his journey, where he paid from his own pocket for an opportunity in Mexico, is unusual and misunderstood. Perhaps. “I am a different breed,” he snarls. “A different animal. Nobody could do what I’ve done. What I’ve done is unheard of.”If they don’t believe in me, shame on them. People will be heartbroken.”

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Negri apologises for inflicting injury on WIllis


Jack Willis left the field on a medical cart shortly after scoring a try in his first Six Nations appearance; Sebastian Negri sorry after his ‘crocodile roll’ that could have ended Willis’ Six Nations campaign

Last Updated: 14/02/21 2:07pm

Jack Willis is treated after picking up a nasty-looking injury

Italy flanker Sebastian Negri has apologised after his ‘crocodile roll’ left Jack Willis facing the prospect of a long spell on the sidelines.
Willis had to be driven from the Twickenham pitch on a motorised cart after suffering an agonising knee injury in the final quarter of England’s 41-18 Guinness Six Nations victory.The Wasps player, who moments earlier had scored the fifth of his team’s six tries, cried out in agony after his left leg buckled sickeningly as he was pulled out of the ruck by Negri. A quick message to Jack Willis. So sorry about what happened yesterday. Just Horrible and never nice to see. Myself and all the @Federugby boys are wishing you all the best🙏🏼I hope to see you back on the field again soon. Take care and we all know you will be back stronger💪🏼 Seb pic.twitter.com/wCYisXxllp— Sebastian Negri (@slnegri04) February 14, 2021 Crocodile rolls are permitted by referees as long as they are not around the neck and while there was no act of foul play by Negri, they are a dangerous and controversial technique.”A quick message to Jack Willis. So sorry about what happened yesterday,” Negri said on Twitter.”Just Horrible and never nice to see. Myself and all the @Federugby boys are wishing you all the best. I hope to see you back on the field again soon. Take care and we all know you will be back stronger. Seb” 1:05 A stunning try from Jonny May is the highlight of England’s 41-18 win over Italy in the Six Nations (pictures ITV Sport). A stunning try from Jonny May is the highlight of England’s 41-18 win over Italy in the Six Nations (pictures ITV Sport). Willis is undergoing scans to assess the extent of the damage and it is a bitter blow to a destructive flanker who broke into the England team last autumn having battled back from previous knee and ankle issues. “It’s one of those, it’s quite emotional,” said Willis’ head coach at Wasps Lee Blackett, who has had a text conversation with the 24-year-old back row.”We have seen Jack, for the last few years, come back from his last one, just on the verge of England, then gets himself in this time, and it looked a nasty one. We’ll know more come today (Sunday).” Win £250,000 with Super 6! Do not miss your chance to land the £250,000 in Saturday’s Super 6 round. Play for free, entries by 3:00pm.

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Kolisi’s Stormers departure confirmed


Siya Kolisi captained South Africa to the World Cup title in Japan in November 2019; the flanker has represented the Stormers in 118 Super Rugby games, second behind Schalk Burger (123) in the franchise’s all-time list

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Last Updated: 14/02/21 1:21pm

Siya Kolisi is the Stormers’ second-most capped player of all time

World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi has ended his 11-year stay with South Africa’s Stormers and is expected to be unveiled by the Durban-based Sharks in the coming week.
The move has long been mooted, with Western Province Rugby confirming on Sunday they had released Kolisi early from his contract, which was due to expire at the end of October, having accepted a transfer fee from an unnamed team.The loose forward is the second-most capped player for the team in Super Rugby with 118 appearances, just behind Schalk Burger (123), though the Cape Town-based side and the Sharks will compete in Europe’s PRO14 competition from 2021. Kolisi, 29, captained the Springboks to their 2019 Rugby World Cup triumph and is a hugely popular figure in the country with a rags-to-riches story.His move to Durban follows the acquisition in January of a 51 per cent stake in the Sharks by a United States consortium, MVM Holdings, that is headed by South African-born New York attorney Marco Masotti. Erasmus: SA don’t want to lose out on Lions seriesSouth Africa’s director of rugby Rassie Erasmus insists the Springboks will do whatever it takes to make the British & Irish Lions series happen.The coronavirus pandemic has placed the tour’s original schedule in doubt, with three contingency plans being looked at if, as expected, it fails to take place in full stadiums in South Africa.The options being examined are to postpone it until next year, host it in the UK and Ireland or keep the existing itinerary but stage the matches behind closed doors.Erasmus, the Springboks’ 2019 World Cup-winning coach, is open to all eventualities as long as the event actually takes place. Rassie Erasmus says the Springboks are prepared to go to “option Z” to make the Lions tour happen “We desperately want to play the Lions, and we will do anything to play them,” he told an online press conference last month.”This series only comes around every 12 years. I have heard the different calls and opinions about the tour, and although we didn’t play in the Rugby Championship because of player welfare, it was also because we knew there was this big series in 2021.”If option one of playing in South Africa doesn’t work out, we will go to option Z to make it happen.”We don’t want to lose out on the Lions series, we feel we deserve to play against them. I want to, (head coach) Jacques Nienaber wants to, the players want to. So from our side, we’ll do anything. “But, yes, we will explore any option to play the Lions – we will play next year, we will play over there. This is the view from a player and management perspective.”Talks among the Lions’ eight-man board are ongoing and a decision will be made this month.

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Teen star steals show for Storm | Bath and Sirens win


Sophie Kelly, a 16-year-old debutant, looked right at home on a Vitality Netball Superleague court

Surrey Storm, Team Bath Netball and Strathclyde Sirens all secured victories on the second day of the Vitality Netball Superleague season in Wakefield on Saturday.
The trio joined Leeds Rhinos Netball and Manchester Thunder in making winning starts to their 2021 campaigns as a bumper weekend of action continued at Studio 001.London rivals Storm and Pulse duked out a thrilling first match of the day, with Storm coming out on top, before Team Bath Netball showcased their title credentials against Dragons. Last on court, were Severn Stars and Strathclyde Sirens. The two did not disappoint as they pushed each other to the wire, before Sirens secured victory.The bumper start to the season continues on Sunday with three more matches all available to watch via the Sky Sports YouTube channel, before Monday’s two contests are live on Sky Sports Mix.Kelly fires Storm to opening winSurrey Storm edged out London Pulse in a thrilling contest to start Saturday’s action in Wakefield, 16-year-old Sophie Kelly the hero for Mikki Austin’s teamThe teams had met in one of the few games to be contested in the 2020 season and, after Pulse won 12 months ago, it was Storm who gained their revenge with a 42-40 victory. Kelly, part of the England U17 and U19 squads, came on to make her Superleague debut when Storm’s starting goal attack Emma Magee suffered a painful leg injury after just four minutes, but the teenager was never fazed.Having made a blistering start to the cancelled 2020 season, Pulse were keen to pick up where they had left off but it was Storm who started the faster, responding to Lefebre Rademan opening the scoring with a blistering run of seven unanswered goals.Trailing by four after the opening 12 minutes, Pulse then fell six behind before they were finally able to chip away at Surrey’s advantage. Coach Sam Bird turned to Kira Rothwell for Rademan as she tried to get some control against a Storm defence which had Leah Middleton and Niamh Cooper impressing. Belying her age, the 16-year-old slotted in seamlessly alongside Karyn Bailey to keep Storm competitive throughout a physical match-up and it was fitting she scored the goal that sealed victory in the final seconds Sigi Burger drew Pulse within one and Rothwell was on hand to level the scores for the first time since the opening exchanges, but Storm recalibrated and held on to lead by two at half-time.Pulse continued to create the clear-cut openings, but were wasteful in the shooting circle, in contrast Karyn Bailey and Kelly were relentless in taking the chances that came their way. Midway through the third quarter Pulse managed to sneak their way into a lead for the first time since the opening score thanks to a three-goal burst from Burger.Bird’s team held onto their advantage, Olivia Tchine helping them into a one-goal lead going into the final quarter and then a two-goal advantage through the early stages of the last 12 minutes. At 16-years-old, Sophie Kelly looked right at home on a @NetballSL court. 👏Outstanding @SurreyStorm debut from @mikki_austin’s GA – what a platform it sets for her.The bit that makes us feel just a tad old… she was born in 2005! 😄— Sky Sports Netball (@SkyNetball) February 13, 2021 Storm drew level at 35-35 and made their decisive move in a low-scoring contest with a 5-1 run giving them a lead which Pulse could not overturn – despite a couple of late chances to force a draw that typified their afternoon’s work with the feed into the circle letting them down.It was not to be for Pulse who are back in action next Sunday, while Storm look to maintain a 100 per cent start in less than 24 hours when they face Saracens Mavericks. Vitality Superleague – Round One fixtures & results Friday Celtic Dragons 35-65 Leeds Rhinos Strathclyde Sirens 36-53 Manchester Thunder Saturday London Pulse 40-42 Surrey Storm Team Bath 61-29 Celtic Dragons Strathclyde Sirens 36-30 Severn Stars Confident first outing from title hopefuls BathAnna Stembridge’s Bath outfit, like Pulse and Thunder, had enjoyed a flawless start to the 2020 season before its cancellation, and they underlined why they are among the favourites for the title with a 61-29 win over the Dragons.Early on both teams made mistakes, as many have done after so long without competitive action. But as the opening quarter wore on, Bath began to up their tempo in attack and work their full-court press well. On her Superleague return, England co-captain Serena Guthrie enjoyed a great deal of space in the goal third and thrived, feeding the potent partnership of Sophie Drakeford-Lewis and Kim Borger effortlessly.The result of Bath’s slick work was a six-goal advantage, but as Annika Lee-Jones started to use her height more in the circle and Dragons looked to Amy Clinton earlier in attack, the Welsh team finished the first quarter strongly to hold Bath to a 13-9 advantage. The start of the second quarter saw Eboni Usoro-Brown, who has been documenting her journey back to elite netball after giving birth, return to court and the seasoned international fitted effortlessly into the Bath defensive end. The most decorated side in Superleague history then put their foot on the gas.Imogen Allison worked hard in defence, while Borger got the better of Lee-Jones up front, and, as was the case on Friday night against the Rhinos, Dragons found themselves staring at a large half-time deficit. 61-29 Bath win. No Guscoth today and no Bath ‘starting 7’ and whole squad took to court 👀👀👀 not bad 😂🤷🏼‍♀️Im definitely sticking @SkyNetball— Tamsin Greenway (@tamsingreenway) February 13, 2021 At 31-15 down, Tania Hoffman used the break to make wholesale changes. Christina Shaw showed her versatility as she moved from WD to GK, while Claire Jones donned the WD bib, with Sophie Morgan and Shona O’Dwyer completing a new-look mid-court. They were slick, really slick. Bath were accurate, composed and they made their possession count. What I also loved was their work in their defensive end, for example Imogen Allison turned over so much ball in that first half. In what looks like becoming a theme through the congested season, Stembridge also decided that the third quarter was the time to mix things up, with Betsy Creek, Charlie Curtis and Abi Robson arriving in place of Borger, Tash Pavelin and Guthrie.The changes did little to loosen Bath’s hold on the game, instead their speed of play and pressure emptied a tired Dragons energy reserves and they charged over the finish line, with plenty in the tank for Sunday’s mouthwatering clash against Loughborough. Vitality Superleague – Round Two fixtures Sunday Team Bath vs Loughborough Lightning Surrey Storm vs Saracens Mavericks Severn Stars vs Wasps Monday Loughborough Lightning vs Wasps Saracens Mavericks vs Leeds Rhinos Sirens show composure to edge StarsStrathclyde Sirens built on the positives of their first match on Friday night and edged out Seven Stars 36-30 in a cracking contest to finish the day.It was clear from the onset that the match was going to be hotly contested from post to post. Brilliant opening weekend @SirensNetball 😊 think teams will be taking note for sure 👀 apart from my gals @Lynsey_G & @bethgoodwin47 smashing it as always..SO impressed with Taylor Cullen in defence AND attack 👏🏽🚨— sam murphy (@saam_murphy) February 13, 2021 Despite good pressure from Lucy Herdman, Sirens’ Bethan Goodwin and Lyndsey Gallagher remained confident with their shots and, at the other end, Liana Leota set the tone for Stars with her feeds into Georgia Rowe.Although Sirens found a two-goal edge midway through the quarter, they were hauled back in and just a single goal separated them after the opening 12 minutes. In the second quarter, Towera Vinkhumbo did her utmost to provide Sirens with the ball they needed to fully break free, but Stars stayed firm.As the quarter played out, it remained tense and tight before the Scottish outfit finished stronger and created a 19-16 half-time advantage. Saturday done & dusted. Sirens👏🏼👏🏼Patience in attack, hustle in defence. So many chances to push on so getting over the line will fill them with so much confidence. Stars need to regroup quickly as they face wasps tomorrow, they just never found the attacking answers @SkyNetball— Tamsin Greenway (@tamsingreenway) February 13, 2021 After the interval. Melissa Bessell introduced Lucy Harris at C and Iman Thomas at GD, while Karen Atkinson decided to stick with the same line-up. Sirens’ consistency paid dividends, as Vinkhumbo put doubt in Stars’ minds, and the Scottish outfit duly created a four-goal cushion.From a position of 26-22 in their favour, the final quarter was a test of nerve for Sirens and Stars.The introduction of 18-year-old shooter Goodwin proved to be a masterstroke from Sirens’ technical director Atkinson and that change in attack turned the game. Goodwin created a great target in the circle and although Stars never gave up, Sirens were able to finally move away and secure the victory they desired.Sky Sports is your home of netball. The Vitality Netball Superleague continues on Sunday at 2pm on Sky Sports’ YouTube Channel. Every contest will be available to watch across Sky Sports, the Sky Sports YouTube channel or England Netball’s YouTube channel.

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Pivac: Improved Wales discipline needed to down Scots


Wales head coach Wayne Pivac: “We’ve got to make sure our discipline is improving. When we played them last time, we were inaccurate in the set-piece and our discipline wasn’t there. We will continue to talk about that until game-day”

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Last Updated: 11/02/21 11:29pm

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac has targeted improved discipline to boost their chances of defeating Scotland

Wayne Pivac says that improved discipline is essential for Wales in Saturday’s Six Nations clash against Scotland.
Wales will arrive at Murrayfield without a quarter of Pivac’s original 36-man Six Nations squad, as eight players are sidelined by injuries and wing Josh Adams is suspended.Three of the absentees – George North, Johnny Williams and Jonathan Davies – are in midfield, while Pivac has also lost a trio of back-row forwards, with Dan Lydiate, Josh Navidi and Josh Macleod all out. It suggests a backs-to-the-wall mission for Wales at Murrayfield, where both sides are seeking to build on opening weekend Six Nations victories.They last met just over three months ago in a delayed 2020 Six Nations encounter that saw Scotland claim a first win on Welsh soil for 18 years.”We’ve got to make sure our discipline is improving,” Wales head coach Pivac said.”When we played them last time, we were inaccurate in the set-piece and our discipline wasn’t there. 0:30 Wayne Pivac believes Wales can improve in a number of areas despite his side getting their Six Nations campaign off to a winning start against Ireland Wayne Pivac believes Wales can improve in a number of areas despite his side getting their Six Nations campaign off to a winning start against Ireland “We allowed them too much possession and territory as a result, and ended up losing the game 14-10.”On the weekend [when Scotland beat England at Twickenham], they showed they and hold the ball for long periods of time and England, who didn’t have the best discipline, paid the ultimate price.”Discipline and set piece are the key. We will continue to talk about that until game-day.”Wales’ 21-16 victory over Ireland last Sunday was easily the most significant of Pivac’s reign, and if they can repeat the feat in Edinburgh, it would set them up for a full-scale tilt at England on February 27.They have also beaten Scotland 16 times in the countries’ last 19 meetings, and Pivac added: “After a game like Ireland, which was always going to be physical, we know this is going to be a big game in this Six Nations for us. 0:23 Wales coach Wayne Pivac called Josh Macleod’s injury the ‘most disappointing’ after the Scarlets flanker, who was set to make his Test debut, ruptured his Achilles tendon in training Wales coach Wayne Pivac called Josh Macleod’s injury the ‘most disappointing’ after the Scarlets flanker, who was set to make his Test debut, ruptured his Achilles tendon in training “The guys know they are going to have a tough day at the office, regardless of these injuries.”These players have been selected, and whichever XV or 23 we put out, we know we are going to have our hands full.”We know it is a very important game in this campaign for both sides. You would expect both sides to put out a pretty big effort. “He [Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend] has got a good group of players there who are playing for each other, you can see that, and they will relish the position they are in.”They seem to be going from strength to strength. It is certainly something that we are looking to achieve ourselves, so it is going to be an interesting game.”

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