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Everton Fans Should Be Furious! | Stick to Football EP 7

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Welcome back to Stick To Football with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Ian Wright and Roy Keane – the original show from the award winning The Overlap, brought to you by Sky Bet.

With Jill Scott away on A League of Their Own duty, sports journalist David Ornstein joins the show to explain how Everton breached the Profit and Sustainability rules and why the independent commission came to the decision to dock them the most ever Premier League points.

The panel also chat about the wider implications of the financial fair play rules and what it could mean to the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea, who currently have charges impending against them.

Also hear about the latest on the Premier League vote, where clubs decided against a temporary ban on January transfer loan deals between associated clubs.

Super 6 returns where Gary and Roy go head-to-head; has Gary pulled further ahead of his former team-mate? And we round off the show with your Community Questions.

If you liked the episode don’t forget to let us know in the comments and if you want to listen only you can catch Stick to Football on all major podcast platforms.

00:00 Opener
00:46 The Overlap – Broadcast Sport Award, YouTube Channel of the Year
01:24 Introduction
05:48 Why has no Premier League manager been sacked yet?
08:40 David Ornstein joins the show
09:00 Explained: Everton breaking Profit and Sustainability rules
15:10 What does it mean for Manchester City and Chelsea?
19:12 Premier League vote on allowing January loans between related club Parties
33:30 Super 6 predictions: Gary v Roy
40:35 Community Questions

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UFC Mexico City Prelim Preview, Predictions, and Picks (Ep510)

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The guys give you a sneak peek of UFC Mexico City’s prelims from the Mexico City. Come check out their favorite plays for the card.

0:00 – Intro
7:48 – Muhammad Naimov vs Erik Silva
13:46 – Felipe dos Santos vs Victor Altamirano
17:31 – Ronaldo Rodriguez vs Denys Bondar
21:53 – Fares Ziam vs Claudio Puelles
26:04 – Edgar Chairez vs Daniel Lacerda
30:36 – Mateus Mendonca vs Jesus Aguilar
33:44 – Raoni Barcelos vs Cristian Quinones

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Jon Jones vs Rampage Jackson Highlights (Jones MASTERFUL Performance) #ufc #jonjones #mma #fights

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UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on September 24, 2011, at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.

Jon Jones was expected to make his first title defense on August 6, 2011, at UFC 133 against Rashad Evans, but Jones was sidelined with a hand injury. It was initially announced that the hand injury would require surgery, but Jones opted for rest and rehabilitation without surgery after further consultations with doctors. Jones’ injury was originally thought to keep him out of action until late 2011, but instead, he made his first title defense against Quinton Jackson at this event.

In his first successful title defense, Jones defeated a Rampage who was in the best condition, physically and mentally, that he has been in for a long time.

Right away, Jones seemed intent on preemptively erasing any asterisks. He stood toe to toe with Jackson and used his staggering 11.5-inch reach advantage to inflict damage while keeping Rampage from finding his range. He put on a well-rounded and sustained effort that lasted into the championship rounds.

It will be hard for even the most psychologically challenged Jones detractors to find a way to downgrade this effort.

He showcased that he is a learning computer. It was clear from the outset that Jones knew Jackson’s weaknesses and would exploit them. The clearest cases in point were the leg kicks he threw repeatedly in an amped-up version of the same game plan Forrest Griffin used to defeat Rampage in 2008.

Jones threw leg kicks from the inside, outside, and straight on, even appearing to hyperextend Jackson’s knee on one or two occasions. He also stayed clear of Jackson’s punching power by using the aforementioned reach and taking the fight to the ground at strategic moments, including on the occasion that led to the tapout.

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Megan Olivi Talks UFC 258 and Upcoming Projects

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Megan Olivi shares her thoughts on UFC 258 and talks about upcoming projects.

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