The hottest sport on the morning of May 2: Legendary grandson Ali won a “fever” knock-out
(Sports News) Nico Ali Walsh, grandson of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, has won the next victory in his professional career.
Legendary grandson Ali “caused fever”, won by knockout in the first half
Recently, Nico Ali Walsh, grandson of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, made fans crazy when he defeated Alejandro Ibarra in a match held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas, USA). More importantly, the 21-year-old boxer defeated his opponent with a knock-out in the first round.
Boxer Nico Ali Walsh glorified the legendary Muhammad Ali when maintaining a winning record
With this victory, Nico Ali Walsh also excellently maintained his unbeaten record since the time he started competing in professional boxing (5 all wins, 3 knockout wins).
McGregor and Jack Paul fight fiercely on social media
Conor McGregor blew up another “war of words” with Jack on May 1. After Jack Paul attended the women’s lightweight championship match between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano as Serrano’s boss, McGregor mocked the American Youtuber’s pink glasses on his personal Twitter: “Who the hell is wearing it? those pink glasses?”
Not the average, Jack Paul immediately responded by recalling the tragic achievement of “UFC Madman”: “I’ve beaten more fighters than that guy who lost 5 fights in the last 2 years”.
Legendary tennis China praises Raducanu
Li Na, a former Chinese tennis player who won two Grand Slams, has just congratulated Emma Raducanu after the 19-year-old beauty was honored in the category of “Best Breakthrough Athlete of the Year” of the prestigious Laureus Award (Laureus World Sports). Breakthrough) not long ago. In response, Raducanu also posted a thank-you video in Mandarin (Li Na’s mother tongue).
The old man participated in the race to celebrate his 100th birthday
Lester Wright, an American veteran has just celebrated his 100th birthday by enrolling in the 100m race at Penn Relays, the oldest track and field event in the country. This old man even finished 7th despite having to compete with 8 athletes of the age group U80. It is known that Mr. Lester Wright also won the 200m distance at Penn Relays when he was 76 years old.
According to Do Anh (Synthesis) (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)
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