UFC star Paige VanZant has set a fighter straight after claiming she was only on the promotion’s roster because of her racy bikini pics .
Paige VanZant has hit back at Curtis Blaydes after he claimed ' sex appeal ' is the only thing keeping her still relevant.
ESPN tells Dana White and the UFC to 'stand down'UFC: Despite insisting earlier in the week that UFC 249 would take place, UFC President Dana White has been told to postpone the event due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Paige VanZant wasn’t copping Curtis Blaydes’ criticism.
Source:Getty ImagesPaige VanZant has hit back at Curtis Blaydes after he claimed "sex appeal" is the only thing keeping her still relevant.The UFC heavyweight, 29, caused a stir when he claimed the American and fellow MMA star Rachael Ostovich are still fighting because "they look good in bikinis",
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US report claims China hid virus’ severity to hoard suppliesUS officials believe China covered up the extent of the coronavirus outbreak – and how contagious the disease is – to stock up on medical supplies needed to respond to it, intelligence documents show. no shit China got its minions to secretly flog Australia’s medical supplies and ship home by the tonnes in Feb ... such good neighbours. Actions speak louder than words drivel
Meghan, Harry’s two-word royal takedownJust over a month after they quit the royal family, Meghan and Harry have dealt the Queen a death blow she might not recover from. Sure, I know people are craving some sort of segue from covid related news, but the ROYALS? Who cares From a sociopath and her dog on a leash 😂😂 What a yawn...
The world needs 'cool heads, not a cold war' with China | Sky News AustraliaAs China is Australia’s largest trading partner and a close ally, the government should “take a moment of pause before poking the panda” according to Assistant Editor of the West Australian Jenna Clarke.\n\nWestern Australia in 2019 exported $95 billion worth of goods to China, while the country’s resources sector is heavily reliant upon the Chinese market.\n\nHowever, in recent weeks economic and diplomatic tensions between the two nations has reached fever-pitch after Australia called for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, and China’s ambassador responded by threatening a consumer boycott of Australian exports.\n\n“When China sneezes, the world catches a cold”.\n\n“As we mop up this health emergency, we need cool heads not a cold war,” she said.\n\nMs Clarke said the health crisis has forced Australia to consider “widening our economic basket instead of putting most of our eggs into China”.\n\n“We should take a lead out of the mining and resources book in order to pursue new ideas and new markets like India and Indonesia”.\n\nImage: AP jennamclarke China is NOT & NEVER will be Australia's ally. jennamclarke Australia’s sovereignty is far more important than Chinese money. jennamclarke ‘Close ally’?
Image ESPN tells Dana White and the UFC to 'stand down' UFC: Despite insisting earlier in the week that UFC 249 would take place, UFC President Dana White has been told to postpone the event due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Chinese leaders “intentionally concealed the severity” of the pandemic from the world in early January, according to a four-page Department of Homeland Security intelligence report dated May 1 and obtained by The Associated Press.Less than three years after this photo was taken, Harry and Meghan have reportedly participated in a book entitled Finding Freedom.The world needs 'cool heads, not a cold war' with China 03/05/2020 | 4min As China is Australia’s largest trading partner and a close ally, the government should “take a moment of pause before poking the panda” according to Assistant Editor of the West Australian Jenna Clarke.
Paige VanZant wasn’t copping Curtis Blaydes’ criticism. Source:Getty Images Paige VanZant has hit back at Curtis Blaydes after he claimed "sex appeal" is the only thing keeping her still relevant. The sharper rhetoric coincides with administration critics saying the government’s response to the virus was slow and inadequate. The UFC heavyweight, 29, caused a stir when he claimed the American and fellow MMA star Rachael Ostovich are still fighting because "they look good in bikinis", The Sun reports. If The Firm is so abhorrent, why are they still resolutely using their titles, including liberally sprinkling them through official communiques? If the monarchy was something that they needed to escape, why still keep a property on the Queen’s Windsor estate and accept money from Prince Charles? Also, if per the authors, the couple are “determined to create a new path away from the spotlight” why have they moved to the paparazzi capital of the world ? Various members of the royal family have co-operated with friendly journalists and writers over the years – including Prince Charles and Prince Philip – but these efforts were essentially blatant PR gambits to cast the particular HRH in a flattering, rosy light. He said: "So you telling me Paige VanZant and Rachel Osto-whatever actually deserve to remain on the UFC's roster for their athletic achievements and their not just on cards for their sex appeal? "Cause if I'm wrong about that then I guess the whole premise of my original statement is wrong and I apologise. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Source:AP President Donald Trump’s political opponents have accused him of lashing out at China, a geopolitical foe but critical US trade partner, in an attempt to deflect criticism at home. "But if you're a legit fan of MMA you couldn't possibly believe the two females I mentioned are on the roster for anything other than the fact they look good in bikinis. Ms Clarke said the health crisis has forced Australia to consider “widening our economic basket instead of putting most of our eggs into China”.
" But flyweight fighter VanZant has hit back at his comments as she shared a picture of herself squaring up with Ostovich before their fight last year. It attempted to cover up doing so by “denying there were export restrictions and obfuscating and delaying provision of its trade data,” the analysis states. This sort of move could seriously damage, perhaps fatally, the already delicate relationship between the Sussexes and the Windsors. Alongside the image, the 26-year-old wrote: "Good thing we're so pretty. "It's going to make when we punch each other in the face hurt a lot less . Those conclusions are based on the 95 per cent probability that China’s changes in imports and export behaviour were not within normal range, according to the report.. This book seems likely to be extremely poorly received by the Queen.. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena) Source:AP China informed the WHO of the outbreak on Dec.
but that much HOTTER." American star Ostovich, 29, could not contain her laughter as she commented: "Muahahahahahahahaha. It contacted the US Centres for Disease Control on January 3 and publicly identified the pathogen as a novel coronavirus on January 8. Given the royal family is currently enjoying a particular purple patch in terms of public support thanks to their chipper efforts during the coronavirus crisis, this sort of messy personal media squall is exactly what they would be desperate to avoid." Fellow UFC star Pearl Gonzales added: "Facts! Beauty Queens!!!" Blaydes also accused Gonzales of keeping herself relevant by sharing bikini pics despite having "terrible" technique. He said: "Yeah I know of Pearl, she's another one who's not a very good fighter but stays relevant because she's constantly posting bikini training pics. However, many of the Chinese government’s missteps appear to have been due to bureaucratic hurdles, tight controls on information and officials hesitant to report bad news. "Her skills are exactly what they were five years ago as a brawler with terrible footwork and decent grappling. Daniela Elser is a royal expert and writer with 15 years experience working with a number of Australia’s leading media titles.
" VanZant and husband Austin Vanderford have been keeping themselves amused in lockdown by doing naked photoshoots. In a tweet on Sunday, the president appeared to blame US intelligence officials for not making clearer sooner just how dangerous a potential coronavirus outbreak could be. RELATED: .