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New Zealander jailed for life over Briton s Tinder date murder

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – A New Zealand man was jailed for life Friday, February 21, over the "depraved" murder of a British backpacker he met through the online dating app Tinder. The 28-year-old was given a non-parole period of 17 years for strangling Grace Millane in December 2018 in a case ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerFeb 21st, 2020

Joshua beats Ruiz on points, reclaims heavyweight titles

By Steve Douglas, Associated Press RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Anthony Joshua reclaimed his world heavyweight titles Sunday by producing a disciplined and smart display to beat an out-of-shape Andy Ruiz Jr. on points in their rematch in the first title fight to be staged in the Middle East. Joshua won a unanimous verdict after an unspectacular fight, with two judges giving it to the Briton 119-110 and the other 119-109. Ruiz knocked down Joshua four times on the way to a seventh-round upset win in New York in June but there was none of the drama in the rematch as Joshua controlled the fight with his movement and better timing of his punches. Neither boxer was sent to the canvas. “I am used to knocking people out,” said Joshua, who bounced back from his first professional loss, “but last time I got hurt so I gave the man his credit. I said I would correct myself again.” Joshua won back the WBA, WBO and IBF belts and got his career back on track, earning a reported $70 million in the process for his biggest-ever pay check. By the end of an unspectacular bout fought in the early hours of Sunday in a relatively cool 19 C (66 F) for this part of the world, Joshua was almost running around the ring and Ruiz was planted in the middle, urging him to come closer. “He boxed me around,” Ruiz said, adding that he came in too heavy after putting on 15 pounds since the first match. “I didn’t prepare how I should have. I gained too much weight. I don’t want to give excuses, he won ... If we do a third fight, you best believe I’m going to get in shape. I’ll be in the best shape of my life.” The fight was played out to a backdrop of concerns that Saudi Arabia was using this and other big sporting events to divert attention from its human-rights violations. They include the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Women who attended the fight at the purpose-built, 15,000-capacity Diriyah Arena did not appear to be segregated, as they have been in sports stadiums in Saudi Arabia since being allowed into them for the first time last year. The fight began at 12.15 a.m. local time soon after rain fell in the desert venue......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2019

Gay date-rape serial killer jailed for life in UK

Gay date-rape serial killer jailed for life in UK.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2016

ONE Championship: Brandon Vera preparing for new kind of challenge: fatherhood

Reigning ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon "The Truth" Vera should be at the peak of his training camp right now.  With a title defense against Canada's Arjan "Singh" Bhullar scheduled for May 29th in Manila, Vera should be deep into his preparations for his first fight back on home soil since 2018.  Instead, the 42-year old Fil-American mixed martial arts star is in his farm in Guam, staying home and under quarantine like most of the world, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I’ve been waking up early before the chickens and working on clearing the farm, since we have a lot of time. I’ve been doing some stocking, clearing, cutting, digging, and dumping the junk that was dumped on our property before we owned it," Vera shared via ONE Championship.  With May 29 less than two months away and the world still seemingly nowhere near returning to normal anytime soon, Vera's scheduled title bout appears to be an uncertainty at the moment, but “the Truth” is still preparing for a whole new kind of challenge that he’s about to undertake: fatherhood.         View this post on Instagram                   This has been something I have wanted to announce and tell the world THE exact moment I found out, but, according to the S.O.P. you should wait till the 1st trimester is over. (Which now is over) ??????????????????????????????????????? . I am so so very proud of you my @n_e_n_j_a you have already given me so very much. Since day one of putting me back together to giving us a chance at our own family. You WOW and Aww me at every turn. . Getting here has not been an easy feat, I’ll say thank you for walking the long walk w me over and over forever. Also, thank you KATO Repro Biotech Clinic for making this dream a possible reality!!!!! . I love you ALL!!!!!! Welcome to the #veraclan baby Vera!!!!!! ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Thank you @frankthecrank for always being with us all the time! Luv ya fam! ???? @caughtbycrank Also, thank you for Doc @totoabalajon this entire journey started w you po!!!!! ???????????????????????????????? A post shared by Brandon Vera (@brandonthetruthvera) on Jan 28, 2020 at 6:55am PST Vera and his wife Jessica are expecting a baby boy in mid-2020, and while this will be their first child, Vera says that this is something he’s been preparing for his whole life. “I’ve been preparing for fatherhood my whole life, with my nephews, nieces, and family. We have just been making plans and we just need to follow through when the time comes.” Jessica is due in July, and while the initial plan was have the baby in the Philippines, with the Enhanced Community Quarantine still in effect and likely to be extended, the Veras are making emergency plans for the baby boy to be born in Guam.           View this post on Instagram                   I had to wait from the hospital, thru traffic, and everything else for this....... ????????????????. . I love you lil mamma???????? @n_e_n_j_a Super congratulations to us both????. . @khaladkharen and friends thank you for this last second set up!!!!!! Love y’all!!! A post shared by Brandon Vera (@brandonthetruthvera) on Feb 13, 2020 at 5:04am PST As the due date draws closer, Vera can’t help but get more and more excited to become a dad. “I didn’t realize how excited I would be, and it increases every day, and it does not stop! It’s like going unlimited, super-Saiyan mod, without all the screaming.” What Vera says he’s looking forward to the most is being able to spend time his son and mold him into an amazing person. “What I’m most looking forward to is hanging out with my son and seeing if I can help mold him into a better man than I could ever think of becoming,” he said. Of course, the excited parents to be already have a name for baby “Truth”, but like the rest of the world, we’ll all have to wait to find out what it is. “Yup, we’ve already thought of a name, but we’re not telling anyone! Not until we announce it the day he’s born…but it is a classic!” .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News12 hr. 34 min. ago

[Two Pronged] From Tinder hookup to... something more?

Rappler's Life and Style section runs an advice column by couple Jeremy Baer and clinical psychologist Dr Margarita Holmes. Jeremy has a master's degree in law from Oxford University. A banker of 37 years who worked in 3 continents, he has been training with Dr Holmes for ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 29th, 2020

KZN man sentenced to two life terms for rape and murder

A KwaZulu-Natal man was sentenced to two life terms after being found guilty of murder, rape and housebreaking with intent to rape thanks to watertight forensic evidence.According to a state.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsFeb 27th, 2020

KZN man sentenced to two life terms for rape and murder

A KwaZulu-Natal man was sentenced to two life terms after being found guilty of murder, rape and housebreaking with intent to rape thanks to watertight forensic evidence.According to a state.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsFeb 26th, 2020

Sports brand launches new running campaign

Manila, Philippines (February 2020) - This month, adidas looks to invite runners to reframe the meaning of ‘Fast’ with the launch of its latest campaign, Faster Than_, which shines a light on the inspiring self-betterment stories of runners around the world. Representing an empowered, democratized running community, of which only 19% stated they run for a fast time, these new faces of ‘Fast’ share the belief that ‘Fast is a personal feeling’. It is not always about personal best – for many, running is all about personal betterment adidas has long understood and celebrated the transformative power of running. Now, to mark the launch of the brand’s unmissable running story, adidas has commissioned a global study of 6,000 runners across six different key cities*, which reveals how the art of running is no longer simply about being the fastest. Instead, the Why We Run study identifies how today’s runners are now more focused on the other benefits running can bring, with 87% of those surveyed admitting they now run with a focus on transformation and personal betterment. Other lead findings from the study include: Faster Than the Noise – 60% of respondents agreed that regular running provided mental health benefits, with 47% saying it allowed them to switch off from everyday stresses of modern life, with 68% admitting it’s the only time their phones are left behind. Faster Than Excuses – 18% of runners feel more inspired after a run, with 14% saying it gave them a sense of pride and 32% confessing to having increased confidence immediately after a run. Faster Than Alone – The social aspect of running is also revealed as part of the study, with 34% of those surveyed admitting they have met a future friend while running and 20% even meeting a future partner, showcasing the more unexpected social benefits that the activity can bring. Faster Than Expected – The positive repercussions of running were revealed as part of the study, with respondents linking their post-running ‘high’ to successes including finally achieving something they’d been putting off (34%), finding their creative flair and best ideas (30%) and even working up the courage to ask someone out on a date (17%). Introducing the new faces of Faster Than_ In line with the Why We Run research findings, adidas invited real-life runners to become the stars of the Faster Than_ campaign to share their self-betterment stories and inspire others. Driving heat in the running community and beyond, the campaign heroizes a number of inspirational runners from Martinus Evans, a distance runner who turned his doctor’s negative body comments and laughter into a motivational tool, to Noah Lyles, the current Men’s 200m World Champion, who proves that even for the fastest, ‘Fast’ is a personal feeling. The inspirational stories of overcoming prejudice and adversity from plus-size fitness model Chinae Alexander, and emergency liver transplant survivor turned World Champion runner Ellie Lacey are also among those that feature as part of the campaign, alongside legendary women’s marathon runner Kathrine Switzer. Switzer famously became the first female numbered entrant to the Boston Marathon in 1967 and was controversially pushed off the course by male entrants but battled on and finished the race.  As part of the campaign, adidas has crafted a range of new shoes that enable runners to achieve their personal feeling of ‘Fast’.  From the new lightweight SL20 design, with a cutting-edge Lightstrike midsole for explosive movements and enduring speed, to Ultraboost 20 which provides maximum energy return in every step, and even a new 4D 1.0 shoe with a uniquely designed and ultra-supportive 3D-printed midsole, adidas has the perfect pair of running shoes for every type of runner. Martinus Evans, founder of 300 pounds and running, said: “You might expect me to say that running faster than others makes me feel powerful. Makes me feel strong. Makes me feel free. But to me, it’s not even about that. To me, it’s about giving it a go. Empowering yourself to get out there and run. Not worrying what others have to say, just worrying about the positive effect running can have for you.  ‘Fast’ means something different for everyone. But you’ll never be fast – by your definition or anybody else’s – if you never get out there and run. I want to encourage even more people to experience their own personal feeling of ‘Fast’. You can’t worry about people’s prejudices or what others might say. Forget all of that. You only need to think of the positive effect it can have on you. That’s what ‘Fast’ means to me.” Alberto Uncini Manganelli, General Manager, adidas Running, said: “’Fast’ is, and always has been, a personal feeling: unique to whoever is experiencing it. Performance running will always be in adidas’ DNA with our rich history of 168 marathon wins, world records and personal bests. For many people – including myself – the dream of a world record on the track or the marathon course probably isn’t something achievable. This does not disqualify me – or anyone else - from ever feeling ‘Fast’. We want to celebrate that ‘Fast’ means something different to everyone – whether it’s the feeling of being faster than yesterday, the feeling of running for a cause, or the feeling of being faster than people expect. Through our diverse range of products and creations, we want to inspire as many runners as possible to go out and achieve their own personal feeling of ‘Fast’ – whatever that might be.” Follow the Faster Than_ conversation on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and using #FasterThan and @adidasrunning......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 26th, 2020

“I want two lives for the life they took” | Blood money sa Villavende slay, ekis kay Locsin

Manila, Philippines – Tinanggihan ni Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. ngayong Biyernes, Enero 24, ang alok na blood money kapalit ng buhay ni Jeanelyn Pardenal Villavende, ang overseas Filipino worker (OFW) na brutal na pinatay at tinortyur ng employer.   “I renounce and reject any offer of blood money for her (Villavende) torture/murder. I […] The post “I want two lives for the life they took” | Blood money sa Villavende slay, ekis kay Locsin appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJan 24th, 2020

& lsquo;Malvar& rsquo; postpones filming due to Taal eruption

Historical feature Malvar, which is based on the life-story of Gen. Miguel Malvar, was supposed to start filming in Batangas, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal. But due Taal Volcano’s eruption, a calamity that is believed to take a long time of recovery, producer JMV Film Production producer, led by Atty. Jose Malvar Villegas, Jr., would have to consider a different date......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJan 17th, 2020

Damian Lillard s creative identity highlighted in new sneaker

Manila, Philippines — All-Star, rapper, father, brother and son. Designed to embody all facets of Damian Lillard’s creativity and persona, adidas Basketball today officially unveils Dame 6. The latest edition of Dame’s signature line introduces a variety of energetic colorways, including “Ruthless” and “Hecklers,” which tell the story of Lillard’s dichotomy on-and-off the court.  “I come out to compete against people, but I don’t say a whole lot. I don’t talk trash, I just go at them every opportunity I get,” said Lillard. “There’s a way to go about it in life and in basketball, being compassionate and ruthless. It’s important to have both; I was raised that way.”  When it’s ‘Dame Time,’ Lillard is known for his tenacity. The first colorway in the collection features the word “Ruthless” proudly painted in bold script on the medial midsole. The black textile mesh upper, providing breathability, is highlighted with split hues of neon pink and green and accented with a black suede overlay on the toe box.  Drawing inspiration from Dame's ability to quiet the opposition when he knocks down a big shot in the clutch, the "Hecklers” pack is centered around four team colors and features a graphic print with zipped up emojis. Each colorway is designed with a “Get Dealt With" message and the final touch includes the word “Hecklers” strategically placed on the heel tab for all to see as Lillard walks off the court.  “Early in the design process, the many sides of Dame’s personality emerged during our conversations with Dame – he’s a leader, a family man, a businessman and more, but when he hits the court, a different side comes out,” explained Jimi Taylor, Senior Footwear Designer for adidas Basketball. “The silhouette embodies Dame’s multi-dimensional persona from both sides of the shoe. The outside speaks to Dame’s focus, while the interior peels back the layers to showcase the inner workings of the shoe and celebrates Dame’s ruthless mindset on the court.”  This is the first model in the Dame series to feature LIGHTSTRIKE technology, the super-light midsole that provides the perfect balance of lightweight cushioning and on-court responsiveness. LIGHTSTRIKE ensures enhanced full-length comfort, support and response – perfect for Lillard’s lethal combination of relentless drives to the hoop, or sudden step-back threes.  Crafted for a precision fit and lateral support, Dame 6 delivers a lock-down feel through an anatomical webbed lacing system. The comfortable, breathable upper is powered by a translucent outsole that emphasizes the new traction pattern, dynamic heel edge and rounded edges that have been designed for unparalleled traction and multidirectional movements.  Dame 6 “Ruthless” officially drops November 29, followed by “Hecklers” on January 18. Additional colorways will be announced at a later date, all available for P6,000 at adidas.com and select retailers. Follow the conversation @adidashoops on Twitter and Instagram with #Dame6.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 12th, 2019

SEA Games: Tiwala lang sa isa t isa -- Espejo on miracle win

The Philippine men’s volleyball team stared at Thailand’s huge match point advantage in the fourth set. Thailand, a powerhouse team on a mission to win its fifth straight SEA Games title, needed just one point to finish off the Filipinos on Sunday in their 30th Southeast Asian Games men’s volleyball semifinals. The Thais held a 24-21 lead. Refusing to roll down and die, the Filipinos, 92 ranks lower than Thailand, came back to life to write a historic feat 42 years in the making. The Philippines booked a rare gold medal date with Indonesia in the country’s first men’s volleyball final since losing to Cambodia in the inaugural 1977 edition of the meet in Malaysia after ousting Thailand, 17-25, 25-20, 23-25, 27-25, 17-15, in front of 6,700 crowd at the rocking PhilSports Arena in Pasig City.  Their feat hinged on one simple word: trust. The host team saved three match points to knot the set before Bryan Bagunas scored to put the PHI up, 25-24.       Amorntep Konhan answered with a hit but Bagunas hammered another kill before the PHI completed the comeback after an attack error by Thailand to force a decider. Marck Espejo, a power server and top hitter, was on the service line during that pivotal stretch when the Nationals kept their necks above water. “Kahit nu’ng fourth set hindi ko alam kung idya-jump serve ko ba o ipo-float,” he recalled. He opted to just make sure his serve will go in. Never mind if Thailand will easily receive his serve, he knew his teammates will get the defensive stop.  “Sabi ko, ‘Hindi i-float ko na lang. Tiwala lang sa isa’t isa,’” said Espejo. “As in kinakabahan ako sa loob ng court nun. Di ko alam.” “Nu’ng natapos ang fourth set nagti-thank you kami kay Lord,” he added. “May breaks talaga siguro sa amin pumanig ang breaks talaga. Wala talagang imposible kung gusto mo lahat pwedeng mangyari.” The Nationals’ character was tested in the fourth set. The fifth turned out to be one for the ages. Kim Malabunga broke a 12-12 tie in the fifth frame with a huge kill block to put the Nationals up. Konhan tied it at 13 after Thailand called time. Kittinon Namkhunthod put Thailand at match point but Konhan sent his serve out. Konhan scored on an off the block hit but Malabunga tied it again at 15. Then the stars aligned in favor of the Filipinos. Bagunas got a kill block in after an unsuccessful challenge by Thailand before sealing the win with a thunderous hammer to an open spot at the back.    “Para sa akin naman kasama namin si Lord nu’ng naglalaro kasi umaga pa lang sumadya kami sa church para sa game na to kasi sobrang mahalaga tong game na to sa amin,” said Bagunas, who rained down 27 points to lead the Nationals. “Sobrang nakakaproud kasi ilang years na sila nagcha-champion tapos tinalo namin sila,” added Bagunas, who is in his second SEA Games stint. “Doon lumabas yung skills ng bawat isa. Talagang sobrang saya hindi namin ma-explain yung saya namin.” The mission is not yet over for the Filipinos as they are still facing the only team to hand them a loss in the competition. But they are undaunted. They know the battle will be a hard one but they have each other's back. Each trusting each other as brothers marching to the biggest fight of their lives.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2019

Malta PM s chief of staff quits amid journalist murder probe

VALLETA, Malta – Malta's prime minister said Tuesday, November 26, his chief of staff had quit amid an ongoing probe into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia who was killed after exposing high-level corruption.  The resignation of Keith Schembri marks the biggest political fallout to date since Caruana Galizia was ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2019

4 get life for Nasugbu LRA exec’s murder

Four men have been sentenced to life in prison for the killing of an official of the Land Registration Authority in Tagaytay City in 2013......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 16th, 2019

Killer claims his life sentence is served after he briefly died

An inmate serving life for murder in the US state of Iowa offered a novel legal appeal, saying he should be released because he “died” four years ago. The Iowa Court of Appeals was unmoved, however, by Benjamin Schreiber’s bid for freedom ruling that the argument — however original — was “unpersuasive.” Schreiber, who was […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsNov 9th, 2019

Chinese hitmen jailed over repeatedly outsourced murder

BEIJING, China – A string of hitmen who repeatedly subcontracted a murder to each other – then failed to go through with the job – have been jailed in China. The hapless assassins kept passing on the contract – each time taking a cut of the cash – in the hope ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 23rd, 2019

Brother gets life for honor killing of Pakistan social media star

MULTAN, Pakistan – The brother of Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch was on Friday, convicted of her murder and sentenced to life in prison in the patriarchal country's highest-profile "honor killing". Baloch, who shot to fame for her risque selfies – tame by Western standards, but considered provocative in deeply ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 27th, 2019

ONE Championship: Confidence will be key for Danny Kingad, says Geje Eustaquio

A win from Danny "The King" Kingad over Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson in the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship Final will do wonders for the next generation of Team Lakay athletes according to Geje "Gravity" Eustaquio. Kingad takes on his toughest bout to date when he meets the former Flyweight World Champion – touted by many as the greatest of all time – at the historic ONE: CENTURY PART I on 13 October at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan. Getting past "Mighty Mouse" is a tall order according to the former ONE Flyweight World Champion. But if he conquers this humongous challenge, it sends a message to all the up-and-comers that they can be world class too.  “It would be life-changing for Danny and life-changing for the team as well,” Eustaquio said. “It will be historic if he defeats DJ in Japan.” “Of course, it will be a huge motivation, not only for us, but for the next generation of athletes from Team Lakay.”  "The King" has shown tremendous growth throughout the years. He is currently on a six-bout winning streak against top-tier competition.   The 23-year-old’s last loss was against ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano "Mikinho" Moraes at ONE: LEGENDS OF THE WORLD in November 2017.  “Gravity,” a mainstay at the Team Lakay gym even between bouts, is a witness to how Kingad has blossomed into one of the best flyweights in the world.  “The nice thing about Danny is he absorbs the lessons in training and he translates it into his matches,” Eustaquio said.  The key according to the wushu specialist is the Team Lakay prodigy’s confidence entering the match.  "If he has the confidence, he will have the chance to knock DJ out," Eustaquio predicted. "It's confidence more than anything. Looking at Danny, he’s a complete mixed martial artist. On behalf of Team Lakay, we are looking forward to that knockout.”  Kingad’s road to immortality kicks off at ONE: CENTURY, the biggest World Championship martial arts event in history. No organization has ever promoted two full-scale World Championship events in one day. The Home Of Martial Arts breaks new ground as 28 World Champions compete in four World Title bouts, three World Grand Prix Championship Finals, and four World Champion versus World Champion matches at the famous Ryogoku Kokugikan on 13 October in Tokyo, Japan.   Catch ONE: CENTURY in it’s entirety on LIVESTREAMING on Sunday, October 13 starting at 8:00 AM (Part 1) and 4:00 PM (Part 2) via sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/one and on iWant Sports as well as on the ABS-CBN Sports Facebook Page and the ABS-CBN Sports YouTube Page! Catch ONE: CENTURY Part 2 LIVE at 6:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23! ONE: CENTURY Part 2 will air on Friday, October 18 at 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23!   Download the ONE Super App to watch it live and for free.   Read More From ONE Championship: Danny Kingad Admits ‘Bittersweet’ Feeling, But Ready For Demetrious Johnson Danny Kingad Defeats Reece McLaren To Reach ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Final First Bouts Announced For Momentous ONE: CENTURY in Tokyo  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 23rd, 2019

ONE Championship: Danny Kingad remembers daddy duties ahead of big match

Filipino flyweight Danny "The King" Kingad is deep in training for his much-awaited showdown against pound-for-pound great Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson, but even if his busy schedule he always stays on top of his daddy duties.   Before what is his most important bout to date against the twelve-time World Champion from America at ONE: CENTURY on 13 October at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan, Kingad dedicated an entire day to his firstborn Gleuordan Adriel Kingad.   Gleuordan Adriel, nicknamed "The Prince" by his loved ones, celebrated his first birthday and Christening this past Saturday at Supreme Hotel in Baguio City.   The gathering was attended by Kingad’s teammates, closest friends, and family, including his best pal and reigning ONE Strawweight World Champion Joshua "The Passion" Pacio, Eduard "Landslide" Folayang, Kevin "The Silencer" Belingon, Honorio "The Rock" Banario, and Edward "The Ferocious" Kelly.   It was the rightful feast before “The King” marches battle in October.   “This is another milestone for me as a father. This kid is my motivation, I’m happy to hold this for him and that this event is very successful,” Kingad said.   “We’ve prepared for this for a long time. We managed our time in handling the deliverables. My family helped me out in setting this up. We all worked for this.”   To say that "The King" is a busy man is truly an understatement. Besides training for his appearance in the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship Final, he also has to juggle his time between school and preparation for Gleuordan Adriel’s first birthday.   Kingad is equally dedicated to his son as much as he is dedicated to his mixed martial arts career. He shared that time management is key in getting things done in life, and that he is blessed with a supportive partner, which makes things a lot easier.   “It’s all about managing our time. I train and then during my free time I work on things for the celebration,” Kingad said.   “My wife has been vital. She also juggles her time between school and our deliverables.”   At the end of the day, Kingad only has a simple wish for his firstborn as he welcomed him into the Christian world.   "I would never force him to be a mixed martial artist,” Kingad said.   “What’s important is he grows up God-fearing. Whatever he wants to be, I’ll be supporting.”   Watch ONE Championship’s next event, ONE: IMMORTAL TRIUMPH, on 6 September in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It will be the organization’s first ever all-Super Series event.    To catch all the action, download the ONE Super App.   More From ONE Championship: Danny Kingad Admits ‘Bittersweet’ Feeling But Ready For Demetrious Johnson Danny Kingad Defeats Reece McLaren To Reach ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Final First Bouts Announced For Momentous ONE: CENTURY  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 27th, 2019

Qualifying circumstances

Crimes against persons are of two kinds: Destruction of life and Physical Injuries. Two of the crimes consisting of the destruction of life are murder and homicide......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 25th, 2019

U.S. man sentenced to life after DNA-based double murder conviction

WASHINGTON, DC, USA – A truck driver, implicated by his DNA and family tree in a double murder more than 30 years after the crime, has been sentenced to life imprisonment in the first case using a revolutionary investigative technique. William Talbott II was convicted and the end of June of ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 25th, 2019