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0 Sunderland 1 0 Man City Highlights. Ji Dong wons injury timehttp://goo.gl/ohCl7 & http://x.co/cE4s

Sunderland player Kieran Richardson are not available in new year game because of illness and Defenders Phil Bardsley and Titus Bramble are doubtfull due to injuries on Boxing Day.Now Manchester City have a wonderfull chance of making it to the top of the table and putting pressure on Manchester United as the the games comes thick and fast and it will be interesting to see how this match goes about,Manchester City, Premier League Highlights, Sunderland

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0 freestyle wrestling broken armshit happens…
red gets his arm broken at the elbow by illegal(?) attempt to score a point by blue.

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0 backyard wrestling gone wrong B.D.WB D W Badly Done Wrestling. and no this is not serious. just a about.

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0 Ten More of The Worst Injuries in MMAHere’s a link to the original http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMu0cWaqqvg . I want to thank you guys for your help on this. I used a lot of your suggestions. Who do you have for Bowles vs Faber?

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0 Mich #2  Wheelchair Self Defense & Functional Fitness   Jing Shen Kuoshu   720p.movThis is Mich’s second video clip. As mentioned in his last video, Mich’s injuries have him classified as a C5 Quadriplegic. After just 20hours of training Mich has made inspiring gains in range of motion and mobility, increased his strength and found a new way to stay active…Jing Shen Kuoshu.
This video marks the first time Mich has tried using Double Sticks (Siniwalli). The majority of people I begin training escrima with, usually have difficulties picking up the movement for the “heaven’s twirl” … Mich got it first try.
He’s Awesome!

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0 Wenger dismisses Bridge loan despite injuriesArsenal have moved their Premier League game with Wolves back a day to 1500 GMT on 27 December because of industrial action on the London Underground.

The Tube network is set to be disrupted on Boxing Day, after attempts to halt the strike failed in the High Court.

An Arsenal statement read: “Paramount concern was always the duty of care towards supporters, and everyone who was planning to attend on Boxing Day.”

Chelsea have confirmed their Boxing Day match with Fulham will still go ahead.

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0 Moncef Buddy Askris Boxing Career AlterMoncef “Buddy” Askri was an Olympic boxing champion with a 10-0 record. After several injuries – mostly broken hands – he decided to retire from boxing. He shares his story of career boxing, his career-altering injuries and the adjustment of a retired boxer. More on stories like this at carmen.kingsjournalism.com

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0 Death in the Boxing Ringwww.InYourCorner.tv Former lightweight boxing contender Chris Calvin talks about the death of his opponent Shawn Thomas, who died from injuries sustained in their boxing match in 1985. Calvin tells of the torment he still feels today even though the tragedy happened in 1985.

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0 Shaq vs. Big Show At Wrestlemania, 2 Injuries & Raw, More Wrestling NewsRichard Gray of http://www.wrestlingnewsworld.com reports that Shaquille O’Neal vs. Big Show is in the works for Wrestlemania XXVIII, reveals Layla is returning soon, R-Truth coming back from suspension, bad news for Kamala, two significant injuries at Raw, next year’s Royal Rumble, TNA’s future on pay-per-view, WWE still interested in Chris Hero and more. http://www.wrestlingnewsworld.com

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0 Greatest Boxers Ever: MEXICAN.*SUBSCRIBE & like* End of conversation. Mexico kills the sport of boxing.

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1990 — Julio César Chávez (107-6-2, 86 KOs) KO 12 Meldrick Taylor (38-8-1, 20 KOs) I
1991 — Robert Quiroga (20-2, 11 KOs) W 12 Akeem Anifowoshe (23-1, 18 KOs) Note: Both men are dead, Akeem from ring injuries and died years later. Quiroga was killed by a Gang member in Texas, who is serving a life sentence for stabbing him 34 times!
1992 — Riddick Bowe (43-1, 33 KOs) W 12 Evander Holyfield (44-10-2, 29 KOs) I
1993 — Michael Carbajal KO 7 Humberto González. Dropped like he had been shot with a cannon, Carbajal staged one of the greatest comebacks in boxing history to win.
1994 — Jorge Castro (130-11-3,90 KOs) KO 9 John David Jackson (36-4, 20 KOs) In total control, Jackson lapsed when it came to concentration and Castro put his lights out with one left hook.
1995 — Saman Sorjaturong KO 7 Humberto González. Pedro Fernandez followed Humberto’s career closely and said he lacked heart. This was an upset!
1996 — Evander Holyfield KO 11 Mike Tyson (50-6, 44 KOs) I
1997 — Arturo Gatti (40-9, 31 KOs) KO 5 Gabriel Ruelas (49-7, 24 KOs) What can you say, Gatti was involved!
1998 — Ivan Robinson (32-12-2, 12 KOs) W 10 Arturo Gatti I. Underrated Robinson never got his props for schooling Gatti.
1999 – Paulie Ayala (35-3, 12 KOs) W 12 Johnny Tapia I (59-5-2, 30 KOs)
2000 — Erik Morales (51-7, 35 KOs) W 12 Marco Antonio Barrera I (67-7, 44 KOs)
2001 — Micky Ward (38-13, 27 KOs) W 10 Emanuel Augustus (38-34-6, 20 KOs) Augustus, a strange fellow who once hit an opponent at the same time with both hands, was useds and abused by the boxing establishment.
2002 — Micky Ward W 10 Arturo Gatti I
2003 — Arturo Gatti W 10 Micky Ward III
2004 — Marco Antonio Barrera W 12 Erik Morales III
2005 — The late Diego Corrales (40-5, 33 KOs) TKO 10 José Luis Castillo I(62-11-1, 53 KOs) Controversy here as Diego spit out his mouthpiece to get extra time after a knockdown.
2006 – Somsak Sithchatchawal (60-4-3, 44 KOs) KO 10 Mahyar Monshipour (31-4-2, 21 KOs)
2007 – Israel Vázquez (44-5, 32 KOs) KO 6 Rafael Márquez II(39-6, 35 KOs)
2008 — Israel Vázquez W 12 Rafael Márquez III
2009 — Juan Manuel Marquez (52-5-1, 38 KOs) KO 9 Juan Diaz(35-4, 17 KOs)
2010 – Giovanni Segura (28-1-1, 24 KOs) KO 8 Ivan Calderon (34-2-1, 6 KOs) Punchless Calderon punched into oblivion.
Manny Cabellero

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