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  • Glover Teixeira still wants a piece of Rashad Evans. Swell Flaske Salg . The former No. 1 contender was forced out of the main event at UFC Fight Night 61 on Feb. 22 due to a knee injury is hoping to return sometime in April and says he is still interested in a bout with the former light heavyweight champion then. April would be perfect. I like this fight. I think it would be a great fight for us and for the fans, Teixeira told MMAFighting.com. Rashad is a wrestler, but not a wrestler like those who just hugs you and do nothing. He comes to fight. He doesnt to a boring fight, so I would like to fight him when I return. Teixeira (22-4) is looking to return to form after two straight unanimous decision losses. He was defeated by Jon Jones in a light heavyweight title bout at UFC 172 last April and then by Phil Davis at UFC 179 in October. Before that he had won 20 straight fights dating back to 2006. And while he says he can still stay in shape, preparing for a fight proved to be too risky. Im training, but my knee isnt 100 per cent, he said. I feel a lot of pain when I try to train jiu-jitsu and wrestling. I can do boxing or kickboxing, but I cant grapple or wrestle. My knee is still weak, so the doctor said I might get another serious injury if I kept training for the fight. Evans (19-3-1) has won consecutive bouts over Chael Sonnen and Dan Henderson but has not fought since November 2013 due to a devastating torn ACL suffered last February. Swell Flaske Gull . Adam Lind provided the power and rookie starter Marcus Stroman had the best start of his young career as the Blue Jays dumped the Yankees 8-3 at Rogers Centre. Stroman, making his fifth start for Toronto, allowed one earned run and three hits over a career-high eight innings. Swell Flaske Best Pris ... maybe even more than that. Maybe all season I have to take a few blows.OTTAWA -- Two-time world champion Ariane Fortin headlines the list of seven athletes nominated by Boxing Canada to the national team for the upcoming Commonwealth Games. Fortin, a seven-time Canadian champion from St. Nicholas, Que., will fight in the 75-kilogram weight class next month in Glasgow, Scotland. Pan Am Games champion and six-time Canadian champion Mandy Bujold of Toronto was nominated in the 51-kilo category. The mens roster includes Custio Clayton of Dartmouth, N.S. (69-kilo), Samir El-Mais of Windsor, Ont. (91-kilo), Brody Robert Blair of New Glasgow, N.S. (75-kilo), David Gauthier of Quebec City (60-kilo) and Artur Biyarslanov of Toronto (64-kilo). "We are reeaching for the podium and we have been able to select a tight team constructed to target medals," Boxing Canada high-performance director Daniel Trepanier said in a release. Swell Norge. "Our Commonwealth team is composed of both seasoned veterans as well as some athletes who will make their first appearance at the Commonwealth Games. "This is an outstanding opportunity for them to compete against the best in the world." Trepanier, from Montreal, and Kevin Howard of North Vancouver, B.C., will serve as coaches. The entire Canadian team will be officially named by Commonwealth Games Canada next month. The Games will be held from July 23-Aug. 3. ' ' '
      July 24, 2019 8:44 AM CEST
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