Abt was fined €10,000 by FE and the 27-year-old German said he immediately donated the money to a charity which helps to mobilise the disabled. The pro gamer Lorenz Hoerzing was identified as the driver who had sat in for Abt. Questions were raised nearly immediately following the virtual event when Abt didn't appear on the post-race interview. Abt, however, ended up under the magnifying glass for his performances (he won the 3rd race) and for the lack of a video connection during the race ...
Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Ortiz seems to be the most optimistic about being matched against Tyson. If there is a trilogy fight between the two, Holyfield said he'd like it to be an exhibition. "You know what Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather did, I think we could double that", Ortiz said. "If you don't want me to throw bombs you'd better not throw no bombs".
The Players' Association voted last week to approve the 24-team format proposed by the Return to Play committee. The NHL Player Association's executive board voted to approve a 24-team, conference-based playoff format on Friday night to determine the victor of the Stanley Cup, according to a report from the Washington Post .
The top four teams in each conference will have a bye into the second round, while the bottom eight teams will compete in best-of-five qualifying-round series to fill out a more traditional eight-team conference bracket. "It has not yet been determined when precisely Phase 2 will start or how long it may last", the memo read. Players who participate in Phase 2 won't be allowed to work out or skate at other locations.
It appears that teams would still have the option to do the onside kick as well if they so desired. It would certainly add a unique wrinkle to the game. If owners don't approve adding a booth umpire and/or a senior technology adviser, the league could test a version of both rules in the preseason for possible future implementation.
Pretty much everyone watching couldn't believe what they had just seen. Take a load of that medicine. Brady-who got off to a slow start on the course-also managed to rip his trousers while reaching to pull the ball out of the cup. In fact, after a stretch in which Brady knocked tee shots into the woods and the water, Brooks Koepka told Brady he'd give him $100K for any par on the front nine.