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    Sportcash One posted in the group SPORTS NEWS

    1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Happy Friday! To kick off the weekend we are giving all you need to know about the second leg of the PGA’s FedEx Cup Playoffs that teed off yesterday at the BMW Championship as well as the latest celebrity boxing match from Jake Paul. To round out this Friday’s Blitz we have the top games from the MLB and Quarterfinal action of the Little League World Series plus one of the hardest trivias we have had in a while, so good luck!!

    Phoenix Suns released new “Aztec” uniforms that are getting mixed reactions – the Blitz’ recation…these are GAS

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester City are nearing a deal to send the star player out of Juventus

    PSG is close to an agreement to send Mbappe to Real Madrid – PSG is still holding out in hopes of pairing Mbappe with Messi and Neymar

    Buffalo Bills WRs Cole Beasley and Isaiah McKenzie were both fined for violating the NFL’s Covid-19 protocol – the NFL is considering increased testing amidst a spike in cases across the country

    Phillies are sending Rhys Hoskins to the IL for an abdomen tear that will keep him out the rest of the year – the Phillies are currently second in the NL East

    Flyers extended C Sean Couturier to an 8-year, $62M deal ($7.75M AAV) – Couturier was recognized as the league’s best offensive defender in 2020

    Hurricanes have extended LW Andrei Svechnikov to an 8-year, $62M deal ($7.75M AAV) – Svechnikov was the 2nd overall pick for the Canes back in 2018

    The Jake Paul Show, Episode 4

    Sunday: Jake Paul (3-0) vs. Tyron Woodley (0-0 boxing, 19-7-1 MMA) 11:00pm ET Showtime PPV

    The latest ‘celebrity’ boxing match takes place this weekend in an 8-round cruiserweight fight at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, OH – Paul’s hometown
    Social media influencer Jake Paul continues to try and legitimize himself as a real professional boxer against former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley
    Paul is currently a perfectly undefeated pro boxer with three wins against fellow YouTuber Deji Olatunji, former NBA star Nate Robinson and most recently against retired UFC veteran Ben Askren
    Tyron Woodley, who is a long-time personal friend of Askren, would be a big step towards legitimization for Paul as he was known for his striking abilities which could parlay well into boxing despite his age at 39 years old for his boxing debut
    Woodley broke onto the UFC scene with his epic first round KO of legend Robbie Lawler to earn the championship title in 2016 which he would go on to defend four times with a total career record of 19 wins (7 KO) and just seven losses
    Odds: Paul -190, Woodley +160
    The rest of the card is fairly impressive with Amanda Serrano looking to defend her three featherweight titles against Yamileth Mercado. Up-and-coming heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois will take on Joe Cusumano and the card is rounded out by another celebrity attraction with Tommy Fury (Tyson the Gypsie King’s younger brother who is most famous for UK reality TV show stints) taking on MMA fighter Anthony Taylor.

    FedEx Playoffs Continue

    Top Stories and Tournament Need-to-Know

    The 70-player field that survived last weekend’s Northern Trust will be narrowed to just 30 for next weekend’s Tour Championship and the finale of the PGA’s playoff series – winner gets a $15M prize
    Patrick Reed, who is ranked 26th, was hospitalized over the weekend with pneumonia and will not play the BMW Championship, which means he likely won’t make it to the Tour Championship for the first time in eight years – Reed is now at home and expects to fully recover
    Rory McIlroy, ranked 28th, had a massive day yesterday sitting in first place for the BMW shortly after he told the media he was tired of golf this year
    Last year’s BMW was epic between Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson as DJ hit a 42-footer to send the tournament to a playoff, but Rahm responded with an outrageous 66-footer to birdie the first playoff and take the victory – Rahm entered the weekend as the favorite and is living up to expectations tied with Rory at -8 for first place
    Tony Finau, last weekend’s winner and #1 in the FedEx Standings shot -5 yesterday tied for 7th place
    Collin Morikawa, after last weekend’s poor performance he shot even and has an uphill battle tied for 56th
    Playoff Leaderboard Entering BMW

    Tony Finau: 3,348 FedEx Cup Points
    Jon Rahm: 2,763
    Cameron Smith: 2,739
    Patrick Cantlay: 2,302
    Justin Thomas: 2,218 – C’mon JT, do it for all the Blitzers who can’t!!
    Collin Morikawa: 2,171
    Jordan Spieth: 2,150
    Harris English: 2,118
    Bryson DeChambeau: 1,989
    Abraham Ancer: 1,941
    Day 1 Leaderboard

    T1. Rory McIlroy -8

    T1. Sam Burns -8

    T1. Jon Rahm -8

    2. Sergio Garcia -7

    T3. Patrick Cantlay -6

    T3. Abraham Ancer -6

    MLB – Top Game

    Final: San Francisco Giants 3, New York Mets 2

    The Giants and Mets traded two-run homers courtesy of Pete Alonso and Kris Bryant
    Darin Ruf gave San Francisco the lead for good in the eighth with an RBI single – the Mets have now dropped 9 of their last 11 games
    Check out yesterday’s full scoreboard here with this weekend’s schedule here and the full MLB standings here.

    LLWS – Losers’ Bracket Finals

    Final: Michigan 15, Texas 6

    Cameron Thornin hit a 2-run HR bomb in the 3rd inning that was part of huge day offensively for the Michigan squad
    Michigan advances to play Hawaii in the Hank Aaron side of the bracket semifinal where they will need back-to-back wins to get to the finals
    Final: Ohio 4, California 2

    A two-run triple in the fifth inning gave Ohio the lead and sent Cali packing
    Ohio advances to play Gavin Weir’s South Dakota in the Tom Seaver side of the bracket semifinal where they will need back-to-back wins to get to the finals
    Check yesterday’s full scoreboard here and the weekend’s tournament finale schedule here.

    Ultimate Fighter Finale – Preview

    Saturday, ESPN @ 10:00pm ET: The Ultimate Fighter is the UFC’s reality TV show that is extremely popular amongst fight fans, and after 12 episodes we have arrived at the finale that will take place during UFC Fight Night – we will support anything Dana White ever does being such a loyal subscriber

    Middleweight: Bryan Battle (6-1) vs. Gilbert Urbina (6-2)

    After being the last pick of Team Volkanovski, Battle shocked the world by even making the final and looks to win that guaranteed UFC six-figure contract
    Urbina will look to be aggressive on the feet and put Battle on the back foot, but has to be warry to not get caught on the feet as he did in the last round – Urbina is replacing the injured Tresean Gore who KO’d Urbina in the Semifinals
    Odds: Battle -170, Urbina +150
    Bantamweight: Ricky Turcios (11-2) vs. Brady Hiestand (6-1)

    Turcios is the more experienced fighter at 28 years old and also fought on Dana White’s Contender Series in 2017
    22-year-old Hiestand by contrast is the youngest competitor on TUF 29 and will want to get this fight to the ground as he has five wins by submission over his 10 amateur and professional victories
    Odds: Turcios -155, Hiestand +135

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