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UFC Career Fighter Earnings

Which fighter has earned the most money over the course of their UFC career?  We’ve crunched the numbers and have the answer for you.  And the names at the top of the list probably won’t surprise many. But, before we reveal the list, first some ground rules.  Athletic commissions didn’t start releasing fighter purse info until 2004, so the info below only reflects money earned from UFC 46 and onward.  Also, these are only the reported salaries plus Fight of the Night, Knockout of the Night and Submission of the Night bonuses that have been made public.  Many top performing fighters get additional bonuses paid out to them that aren’t reported, plus the top guys get a cut of the pay-per-view buys for events that they headline (not to mention every fighter makes sponsorship money).  Official UFC Reebok sponsorship money was added into the figures starting with UFC 189.  Also, many athletic commissions don’t report fighter’s salary info, so for those we’ve estimated a fighter’s purse based on what they have earned in their other fights.  Fighters with some estimated purses are marked with a * in the database.  This data should still be considered very close to accurate, as most fighters’ purses remain rather predictable from fight to fight (unless they ink a new contract in the meantime)

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LeBron James interrupts Dwyane Wade’s interview, zings him for wearing makeup

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are now reunited as members of the Cleveland Cavaliers, so the antics that often take place between the two stars can officially resume once again. And it didn’t take long for that to happen. Wade had his first official photoshoot with the team on Friday, and also participated in a sit-down interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols

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Senators Sign Undrafted UFA Parker Kelly to 3-Year ELC

This morning the Senators announced that the organization has signed undrafted free agent Parker Kelly to a three-year entry level contract. The 18-year old recently attended this summer’s development camp as a invitee and obviously he impressed management enough to not only garner an invite to the organization’s training camp but also land his first professional contract. So what is there to know about Parker Kelly?

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List Of Fallen Military Members Being Honored In Coca-Cola 600

Sunday in Charlotte NASCAR will honor 40 men and woman who lost their lives while serving in the military. The names of these fallen heroes will be displayed on the front windshields of the 40 cars running in the Coca-Cola 600. NASCAR began putting the names of fallen heroes on the front windshield of the cars in the Coca-Cola 600 back in 2015.

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Penguins fans pay tribute to Phil Kessel with baby name

There are times when Phil Kessel makes little or no impact on the ice, but on the other hand, he seems to come through in the clutch with a big goal when the team needs him most. That’s just the type of player he is, and Pens fans have come to expect it. He’s only been with the team for two seasons, but his timeliness for scoring has made him a favorite among some of them — behind Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, of course.

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Lakers will take ‘long, hard look’ at De’Aaron Fox with No. 2 pick

After winning the No. 2 pick in the draft lottery Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers are more than likely to select UCLA’s Lonzo Ball, but there is another freshman point guard in the draft they might consider. Kentucky’s De’Aaron Fox told teams at the NBA Combine earlier this month that he’s the best point guard in the draft

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Saints top 100 Draft Board version 1.0

I’ve spent a lot of time studying prospects to come up with my top 100 Saints board. This board is based on need, player talent, and scheme fit. You can save this and keep it for the draft if you’d like, though I’ll likely have some updates next month: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M  Jamal Adams, S, LSU  Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee  Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State  Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford  Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU  Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State  Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan  Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama  Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson  Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State  Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida  Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State  Haason Reddick, OLB, Temple  Christian Mccaffrey, RB, Stanford  Mitchell Trubisky, QB, UNC  Tre’Davious White, CB, LSU  John Ross, WR, Washington  Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama O

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Ford: Passing of Dallas Green marks end of an era

My favorite Dallas Green story, and one that accurately illustrates his personality, on and off the baseball field, took place when he was pitching for the University of Delaware, and the Blue Hens played an exhibition game against a traveling team of former major-leaguers that included Bill Nicholson, the enormously strong slugger from Maryland’s Eastern Shore who had finished his career with the Phillies.

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Speculating on Colin White’s Future

MONTREAL, QC – JANUARY 04: Colin White #18 of Team United States celebrates his second period goal during the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship semifinal game against Team Russia at the Bell Centre on January 4, 2017 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images) If you’ve been reading Bruce Garrioch’s work over the past number of days, you have assuredly seen some of his writing detailing how Senators blue-chip prospect Colin White’s NCAA career may be nearing an end . Even though the Senators’ second first round pick from 2015 (21st overall) is close to completing his sophomore year and is eligible to play two more seasons at Boston College, speculation persists that White will forego his final two years so that he can pursue a professional playing career

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Andrew Hammond Waived Again

ANAHEIM, CA – DECEMBER 11: Andrew Hammond #30 of the Ottawa Senators splashes water on his face during the third period of a game against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on December 11, 2016 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Sean M.

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