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Super middleweight world titlist Giovanni De Carolis barely retained his secondary belt on July 16 in Berlin, boxing to a majority draw against Tyron Zeuge in a razor-close fight. Cheap Yeezy 350 v2 Clay . One judge scored the fight 115-114 in favor of Zeuge and the two others had it 114-114.Hoping for a definitive result, De Carolis and Zeuge will meet in a rematch on Nov. 5 at the MBS Arena in Potsdam, Germany, promoter Team Sauerland announced on Thursday.The first fight was a great advert for boxing, promoter Kalle Sauerland said. Tyron deserves a lot of credit for finishing the fight the way he did with an injury. He may have missed out on the belt, but that night, he proved to me that he has what it takes to win a world title. On Nov. 5, I believe we will have a new world champion.Zeuge (18-0-1, 10 KOs), of Germany, injured his upper left arm in the sixth round of their July encounter but said the muscle tear, which did not require surgery, has healed well.Im very happy that my promoter Team Sauerland has delivered me this rematch, the 24-year-old Zeuge said. It was a pity that I injured myself in first fight, and I believe this cost me the world title. However, this time, I will prove that injury free I am the better boxer, and I will be crowned world champion in Potsdam.De Carolis (24-6-1, 12 KOs), of Italy, won his 168-pound title when he knocked out Zeuges countryman Vincent Feigenbutz in the 11th round of their rematch on Jan. 9 before making his first defense against Zeuge. After the draw with Zeuge, De Carolis said he had no problem giving him a rematch and he has stuck to his word.As a champion you must be ready for any challenge, De Carolis, 32, said. The first fight was close, but I felt I did enough to win. Initially, I had some problems with his speed and agility, but little by little, I was able to adjust and ended the fight in full control. On Nov. 5, I will continue where I left off and defend my world title. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Semi Frozen Yellow/Raw-Steel Red . But what about the officials? Every sport has officials and they also have stories about hard work and sacrifice but their accomplishments are seldom recognized by anyone outside their inner circle. Cheap Yeezy 350 v2 Static . At a Manhattan federal court hearing, attorney Jordan Siev said his law office has gotten more evidence nearly every day to support its lawsuit accusing MLB and Selig of going on a "witch hunt" to ruin Rodriguezs reputation and career. He said the defendants went "way over the line. http://www.yeezys350cheap.com/ . Ibaka equaled a career high with 20 rebounds, adding four blocked shots and 15 points as the Thunder smothered the Milwaukee Bucks offence in a 92-79 victory Saturday night. You would be forgiven for wondering if Niki Lauda is in the pay of the British Grand Prix promoters. He says statements regarding Lewis Hamilton allegedly smashing up an office, and speculation on the Englishmans relationship with Nico Rosberg, were due to a misunderstanding.Maybe so. The stable door may have been bolted but the horse, known as a nice little runner in media terms, has long since bolted to the motor sport websites and galloped on from there to the wild blue yonder. In the light of the misunderstanding, these same media outlets are hardly likely to say: Oh, I would no longer bother with the British Grand Prix if I were you. Nothing going on there. Lets go watch a tennis player smashing his racquet or a footballer tripping over a blade of grass.Sports editors have already tasked their correspondents with finding F1 stories, preferably about the home hero if hes got a chance of winning. Hamilton fits the bill perfectly, thanks to tales of his rearranging the furniture in Baku and that controversial finish in Austria last weekend. Its manna from Heaven or, in this case, from the Mercedes motorhome. This stuff is a sports writers dream. Some people may disapprove of the resulting hype, but thats the way of the media - and always has been.In 1996, Damon Hill was the main man. Having won the British Grand Prix for Williams in 1994, only to lose the championship a few months later to Michael Schumacher in that controversial incident in Adelaide and then collide with the Benetton at Silverstone in 1995, Damon came to his home race a year later having just won the French Grand Prix. If he repeated such an easy victory at home, he would be three wins clear of Williams team-mate Jacques Villeneuve in their fight for the 1996 title.The papers were blithely saying that Hill was a shoo-in for the championship. When he put his Williams-Renault on pole, a sixth win of the season seemed certain. If anything, the British Grand Prix backstory was almost too nice. Searching for colour and drama, a tabloid newspaper discovered that German flags had been ripped from a caravan belonging to a group of Schumacher fans. Neither officials nor the police knew anything of the incident but Hill was reported to be quick in distancing himself from the actions of his alleged supporters.Such a mature and mellow attitude was typical of the atmosphere that year. Villeneuve and Hill got on well; there was harmony within Williams (unlike in 1995, when Frank publically referred to Damon as a bit of a prat). But, as we know, motor racing is not that simple. Hill, mysteriously never in the reckoning in this race, eventually spun off at Copse thanks to a seized wheel bearing. Villeneuve won. By Monday morning, the newspapers had changed their tune. Was Hill ever going to win this title?There had been a similar theme ten years before at Brands Hatch when Nigel Mansell appeared to be fighting his Williams-Honda team-mate, Nellson Piquet, just as much as Ayrton Senna in the Lotus-Renault and McLarens Alain Prost. Cheap Yeezy 350 v2 2019. There was additional media emotion attached to Frank Williams making his first public appearance since his near-fatal accident four months before. Similar to Hill 10 years later, Mansell had answered British sports writers prayers by winning the previous race in France, only to add spice to the British Grand Prix by failing to beat Piquet to pole - but then hammering the Brazilian in the race.And yet all of this was tame compared to forty years ago. On a scorching afternoon at Brands Hatch, the crowd went into riot mode when it seemed James Hunt would be barred from taking the restart after his McLaren had been damaged in a first-corner shunt. The fact that the pile-up had been caused by the dastardly Ferrari drivers hitting each other added further heat to an already tense season which exploded in very un-British terms as beer cans rained onto the track. Hunt was eventually allowed to start, went on to beat Niki Laudas Ferrari and score a hugely emotional win -- only to be disqualified at a later date and heap even more controversy onto a season in which the 1976 British Grand Prix had played a significant part. The F1 media was in seventh heaven.Twenty years before that, sports reportage had been a more gentle affair in which the only noise generated by F1 writers was the clacking of their portable typewriters. It was as if they had become attuned to not expecting a British driver to win the championship. Ever.Even though Stirling Moss had produced an immaculate win at Monaco, the 1956 title seemed to be going the way of Juan Manuel Fangio for the fourth time (the championship had only been running for seven seasons).The British Grand Prix at Silverstone would sum up Mosss luck. Driving a works Maserati, Moss claimed pole and led every lap until the fuel tank split (dealt with, would you believe, by stopping for more fuel!) and he finally succumbed to a broken rear axle, but not before setting fastest lap (worth one point). Fangios Lancia-Ferrari took the win but the humble Argentinean was quick to pay tribute to the Englishman 18 years his junior.The respect was mutual. Moss and Fangio had been teammates at Mercedes the previous year. And there were, on occasions, team orders laid down by the legendary Alfred Neubauer. This was a colossus of a man who ran the team like clockwork, personally organising everything from quiet hotel rooms for his drivers to how they would run their races, assuming they were in front. Which they usually were.We could do with Herr Neubauer in the pits today. Not so much to control Hamilton and Rosberg but to scare the living daylights out of inventive journalists salivating over what Lewis might or might not have done behind closed doors. ' ' ' 

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