10 months ago UFC: The biggest dream matches that never happened inside the cage COMMENT Raj Sarkar It is really a piece of sad news for MMA fans that Joe Lauzon might not fight in UFC again. After having a spectacular knockout win against Jonathan Pearce in the recently happened UFC Boston the entire MMA community wanted him to see inside the octagon again but it has minimal probability now. In a recent interview, UFC President Dana White has confirmed that the contract between Lauzon and UFC has ended and they don’t want to renew it for the American martial artist.Also Read- UFC: Conor McGregor Has Been Named As The Richest Fighter Of UFCUFC: Joe Lauzon’s UFC contract ended?According to President Dana White, they had a contract with Joe Lauzon which stated that with a win, lose, or draw Lauzon is not going to fight further in UFC. Lauzon knocked out debutant Jonathan Pearce in the very first round of UFC Boston and he feels that he can still fight. Joe Lauzon agreed upon the special agreement he had with UFC but as per his words, he would have never fought in UFC again only if he would have failed to perform against Jonathan Pearce. According to reports, Joe Lauzon contacted Dana White after UFC Boston and wanted to appear again but Dana showed no interest in Lauzon. After the fight, Lauzon shared a happy moment with his teammates but Dana White was actually expecting a retirement speech from him. However, Lauzon said that he is not going to argue with the UFC president and might take up the retirement on a good note. Also Read- WWE: Seth Rollins Slammed By UFC Interim Champion Colby CovingtonUFC: Joe Lauzon’s recent statisticsThe American martial artist is extremely skilled with 28 wins and 15 losses and has 26 stoppages among his 28 wins. However, in the recent tenure, he had a lot of losses. He came back to the win column after facing three back to back losses against Chris Gruetzemacher, Clay Guida and Stevie Ray. These losses might have impacted his reputation and Dana might have lost his interest over Joe Lauzon. Despite his loses, Joe Lauzon remains to be one of the loved martial artists of all time. 10 months ago UFC: Conor McGregor has been named as the richest fighter of UFC SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 24th October, 2019 16:58 IST WE RECOMMEND LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE 10 months ago UFC: Jose Aldo looks shreded in new shape for bantamweight division Written By 10 months ago UFC: Jose Aldo loses weight for bantamweight division; Slams Cejudo Last Updated: 24th October, 2019 16:58 IST UFC: Joe Lauzon To Not Fight Again In The Competition? Joe Lauzon might not fight in UFC again despite knocking out Jonathan Pearce in UFC Boston. Dana White does not want to offer him a contract, know more. FOLLOW US 10 months ago UFC: Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens channel anger before fight Also Read- UFC: Mackenzie Dern Might Make Her Comeback In February Next YearAlso Read- UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov Plans To Retire In The Next 2 Years From MMA
The Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) has rejected an offer made by the David Granger administration for salary increases for public servants to be effective this year.However, government representatives, said the government is doing its best to meet workers demand.“The government has given an offer for 2017, again, it’s based on last year’s formula and, in fact, the government can only give an offer that the economy can afford at this point in time,” said Reginald Brotherson, the head of the Department of Public Service, who is leading the government’s negotiating team.Brotherson said that the discussions, which commenced on September 26, were cordial, frank and open and that the government team has also agreed to start looking at allowances, particularly those allowances that have not been changed for almost three decades.The two parties are expected to meet again next week, and Brotherson said that the government is hoping to have the negotiations concluded ahead of the presentation of the 2018 budget.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The first-place Minnesota Twins didn’t get many hits off Detroit starter Matthew Boyd, but they certainly made them count.C.J. Cron and Jonathan Schoop homered, Martín Pérez pitched six solid innings and Minnesota beat the last-place Detroit Tigers 7-4 on Sunday to win two of three in the weekend series.Minnesota increased its AL Central lead to 3½ games over the Cleveland Indians, who lost at home to Kansas City 9-8 in 10 innings.Cron’s three-run shot to center field broke open a 2-0 game in the fourth and gave Pérez (9-5) plenty of cushion to work with. The left-hander allowed two runs and five hits for his first win since July 5. It was the second time in his last three starts that Pérez went six innings and yielded two or fewer runs.The Twins now head off on a 10-day road trip that takes them to Chicago, Detroit and Boston. Their three-game series with the White Sox starts tomorrow night at 7:10. ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS — The NIACC volleyball team won their first four matches of the season over the weekend at the McHenry County College Invitational in Rockford, Illinois. On Friday, NIACC topped Kishwaukee College 3-0 (25-19, 25-13, 25-13) and Madison College 3-1 (22-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-18). Sophomore Kennedy Meister had 36 kills and 24 digs while freshman Becca Steffens had 64 assists, 19 digs, 14 kills and six aces on Friday. On Saturday , NIACC had a 3-1 win (25-13, 22-25, 25-13, 25-21) over Oakton Community College and a 3-2 win (25-20, 25-18, 17-25, 13-25, 15-6) over Grand Rapids Community College. Meister once again led the Lady Trojans with 24 kills and 31 digs. NIACC returns to action this coming weekend at Southeastern’s Jimmy John Invitational in West Burlington. AMES —- Iowa State coach Matt Campbell says the focus in practice has shifted toward Northern Iowa. The Cyclones and Panthers meet in the season opener Saturday in Ames.Campbell says as game week approaches they have turned their attention toward UNI.Campbell says the Cyclones have for the most part remained injury free during practice. AMES — Iowa State’s young receiving corps will get its first test against UNI. Hakeem Butler left early for the NFL and quarterback Brock Purdy is working with several new wide outs.Purdy says the new receivers have made a lot of progress.Offensive coordinator Tom Manning says Purdy has done a good job of spreading the ball around in practice.Iowa State and UNI kick off at 11 o’clock on Saturday morning. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Napheesa Collier and Danielle Robinson scored 23 points each and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Las Vegas Aces 98-77. Sylvia Fowles added 14 points for the Lynx (15-15), who shot 59 percent from the field and reduced their playoff-clinching magic number to one with four games to go.