Ufc, Justin Gaethje

Ufc, Justin Gaethje

Gaethje ready for Cowboy, has harsh words for the way McGregor treats people

Gaethje ready for Cowboy, has harsh words for the way McGregor treats people. VIDEO:

12.9.2019

Gaethje ready for Cowboy, has harsh words for the way McGregor treats people. VIDEO:

Ahead of his fight with Donald ''Cowboy'' Cerrone, Justin Gaethje talks about fighting the legend and explains why he called out Conor McGregor on social media and that he is the perfect guy to bring Conor McGregor back to the UFC .

States-Side 5: Rysen John primed for breakout season in Division II AP Top 25: LSU moves up to No. 4 after beating Texas Former Arkansas, NFL QB Mallett arrested on suspicion of DWI No. 1 Clemson, Lawrence dominate 12th-ranked Aggies Burrow's four TD passes lead No. 6 LSU over No. 9 Texas Nembhard says playing for Canada sets him up nicely for NCAA season Fields, No. 5 Ohio State bury Cincinnati No. 7 Michigan holds on to beat Army in two OTs Giants collide as No. 9 Texas hosts No. 6 LSU on TSN Michigan State University fined $4.5 million in Nassar case Finebaum doesn't envision Texas A&M upsetting Clemson Kelly happy some of his younger players stepped up vs. Louisville Herman on LSU: 'We train for games like this' No. 9 Notre Dame pulls away from Louisville Hurts has six TDs, No. 4 Oklahoma beats Houston Hurts' journey from 'Bama to 'Boomer' Nix rallies No. 16 Auburn over No. 11 Ducks New QB Fields helps No. 5 Ohio State roll over FAU No. 3 Georgia routs Vanderbilt in rare SEC road opener No. 2 Alabama overcomes slow start to blow out Duke Read more: TSN

Video of Alberta medical examiner using truck trailer for body storage prompts investigationThe Justice Department says in a statement that it wants answers and expects all workers involved to follow policies ensuring deceased people are treated with dignity Terrible, what if they get sick? Maybe there’s a lot of bodies I honestly don’t have a better solution It's a refer unit. It's a good option.

Cerrone, Teixeira underdogs on UFC Fight Night Vancouver odds - Sportsnet.ca UFC action returns to Vancouver for the first time in over three years this weekend as Donald Cerrone clashes with fellow lightweight Justin Gaethje in the main event at UFC Fight Night 158 as a +160 underdog.

In last words, Khashoggi asked killers not to suffocate himIn his final words, slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi urged his killers not to cover his mouth because he suffered from asthma and could suffocate, according to Turkey's Sabah newspaper. I hope you are able to RIP sir. Your death was needless and totally unacceptable. Thank you for alerting us to the barbaric animals they call the Saudi Royals. So sad....

In last words, Jamal Khashoggi asked killers not to suffocate him: Turkey’s Sabah newspaper‘Don’t cover my mouth,’ he told his killers, according to Sabah. ‘I have asthma, don’t do it. You’ll suffocate me’ Maybe they didn’t hear it? TrumpRegime has Khashoggi's blood on their hands..... everyone of them that have allowed these butchers to go unpunished. Freedom of press is essential to a FREE nation n Trump covered up this horrific crime Speculation and zero proof.

David Rosenberg: Get ready for the loonie and rates to fall, because our economy is sputteringDon’t let that so-called blockbuster jobs report fool you The Trudeau effect is starting to take root and its not something we should be excited about Business confidence within Canada is sliding, Foreign investment in Canada is long gone The carnival barkers in Ottawa are inflicting long term damage today and on future generations Canadian economics for only the previous 2 months following the general downward trend of global markets and following the Federal Reserve's lead in cutting interest rates... MUST BE ALL TRUDEAU'S FAULT VOTE CONSERVATIVE. /s ScheerWasSoPoorThat elxn43 cdnpoli The effects of nearly 4 yrs of this idiot are taking its toll.

Suicide Prevention Day means opportunity for discussion about a difficult issue, expert saysSuicide is never an easy topic to discuss, but having a national day to recognize its impacts can be a boon for those focusing on prevention, an expert says.



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