5 of the absolute worst Christmas movies ever madeWe all enjoy sitting in a nice warm house, watching Christmas movies with our families over the festive period - and there are certainly some brilliant examples that Christmas wouldn't be the same without... Home Alone, A Christmas Story, It's a Wonderful Life, Die Hard, Elf and White Christmas, for example. However, for every great Christmas movie, there's a terrible one.
The pilot of Ricky Hatton’s flight beckoned Manchester’s super lightweight to join him at the front of their plane. It was one flight of many that Hatton took across the United States to promote the 2007 title fight between himself and Floyd Mayweather. Mayweather was in a separate jet, trailing close behind, en route to the next leg of their promotional tour. When Hatton arrives in the cockpit, the pilot switches the speaker of his radio on.
Badou Jack dropped James DeGale in the 12th round of their fight this January; some time for DeGale to go down for the first time as a professional. At that moment, it appeared the IBF and WBC Super Middleweight titles were about to be unified. And in the favour of the Swedish fighter. DeGale would need to show serious resilience now. The southpaw from Hertfordshire managed to return to his feet, but the punishment wasn’t over.
One thing that is glaringly apparent so far for United is that there is a serious lack of movement. Players have no intuition it seems. Surely we can’t keep relying on Pogba to make something happen? #MUFC
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Selecting a term
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