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"When y'all going to get the memo that I didn't get it wrong?" Locke shot backLocke, who is head of Global Vision Bible Church in Juliet, Tennessee, once again claimed that former President Donald Trump is, at least in his mind, the "legitimate" leader of the United States. He ridiculed HBO and other media companies for labeling any supporter of Trump's unproven election claims to be a member of the "QAnon" conspiracy theory group. He said he will never walk back his status as a self-proclaimed "prophet" because his prediction that Trump would win is actually "fact.
LAS VEGAS – Tai Tuivasa thinks he’s come a long way since he joined the UFC. © File photo Tai Tuivasa
The 28-year-old heavyweight said his latest victory proved he’s maturing in his MMA game. Tuivasa (13-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) knocked out former NFL star Greg Hardy on the main card of Saturday’s UFC 264 pay-per-view.
It was a short comeback win for the Australian. He got rocked by Hardy early in the fight. Hardy immediately rushed Tuivasa to capitalize on his wobbling shot and in the process was countered by a big right hand that sent him crashing down to the canvas.
“I was rocked,” Tuivasa told reporters at the UFC 264 post-fight news conference. “He touched me, and yeah, I felt it and I knew to take a couple of steps back. I think the old me would’ve thrown some bombs, but I feel like I’m maturing in this game. I had to step back and I caught him on the way in.”
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Two of the most popular fighters in the entire UFC will meet for a third time on Saturday at UFC 264 (10 p.m. ET, ESPN+ PPV). The winner likely gets the first shot at new UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira — some wondered why this bout wasn't for the lightweight crown in the first place — while the loser could go in a number of directions. McGregor in particular could go in a number of directions, from the rest of the UFC's lightweightThe winner likely gets the first shot at new UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira — some wondered why this bout wasn't for the lightweight crown in the first place — while the loser could go in a number of directions.
Tuivasa is picking up momentum once again in his career. “Bam Bam,” who had a 3-0 start in the UFC, is bouncing back nicely from a three-fight skid. He’s stringed three consecutive wins after his finish at UFC 264.
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“You’ve seen me – I’ve been on a three-fight winning streak, three-fight losing streak, and now I’m back on a three-fight winning streak,” Tuivasa said. “I think I’m maturing. I feel like I’m getting better and I’m actually loving what I’m doing, and I think it’s showing in the cage.”
As far as what’s next, Tuivasa isn’t 100 percent sure. Now outside of the UFC’s official rankings, he said he would like to test himself against ranked opposition.
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isn't going to play 's game and get into a war of words. Thompson (16-4-1 MMA, 11-4-1 UFC), who is currently focused on Saturday's UFC 264 co-headliner with Gilbert Burns, has recently been the target of Covington's (16-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC) vStephen Thompson isn’t going to play Colby Covington‘s game and get into a war of words.
“To be honest, I wouldn’t even know the top 10 or the top 15,” Tuivasa said. “It sounds good – one of them, any of them. I fight. You tell me who I’m fighting and I walk up.” MORE:
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New York Jets passing-game specialist Greg Knapp, a longtime NFL assistant coach, has died as a result of injuries sustained after he was hit by a vehicle while riding his bicycle this past weekend. The Knapp family released a statement through the Jets' Twitter account.The Knapp family released a statement through the Jets' Twitter account.