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By Timothy Akintola

Check out news on Mike Tyson, Quincy Promes, PSG, Otto Porter and Marcus Rashford.

Mike Tyson set to return to the boxing ring 17 years after retiring.

Boxing legend, Mike Tyson is set to return to the boxing ring to fight YouTuber turned boxer, Jake Paul, almost two decades after his retirement. Whilst Jake is yet to lose a boxing match, the former undisputed heavyweight champion, now 57 years-old has vowed to be the first to beat him. The one-off match, which is set to be held at the AT&T Stadium in Texas on July 20, is set to make history as the first ever boxing fight to be streamed live on Netflix, making it the first combat sport to be streamed live by a major streaming service.

Quincy Promes arrested in Dubai after Netherlands’ extradition request.

Last month, Spartak Moscow forward, Quincy Promes was found guilty and sentenced to a six years imprisonment for drug trafficking. Promes did not attend the court hearing and the Dutch prosecutors did not expect him to return to the country in the future. However, the former Holland player has just been arrested in Dubai after being placed on red alert, a global request to law enforcement authorities to help locate and arrest an individual pending extradition. He is now pending extradition, where he will now serve his time in the Netherlands.

PSG preparing a £75 million offer for Marcus Rashford in the summer.

Ahead of Kylian Mbappe’s imminent departure, Paris Saint Germain are now looking to replace him with Manchester United’s star forward, Marcus Rashford. Although struggling this season, the England international had his best goal scoring season last year, scoring over 30 goals. There has been rumours about Man. United potentially willing to cash in on the forward and perhaps, this looks like the right move for the player. Reports are however suggesting that Man. United will reject the offer, as they value Rashford for over £100 million.

NBA Champion, Otto Porter Jr announces retirement from basketball.

Former Washington Wizards and Golden States Warriors’ forward, Otto Porter Jr has just announced his retirement from the NBA after 11 years playing in the league. Entering the NBA as the third overall pick in the 2013 draft for the Washington Wizards, he also played across the Chicago Bulls, Orlando Magic and Golden States Warriors, where he won the championship in 2022. Although traded to the Toronto Raptors, he sustained a foot injury which limited him to just 23 games in two years. He played in 527 games, averaging 10.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.1 steals per game.

Thierry Henry explains how Real Madrid manages to stay on top.

Perhaps the greatest football team of all times, Real Madrid continues to dominate the football world. Presently in contention to win the League and Champions League this season, Thierry Henry has explained how Madrid manages to stay on top. The former Barcelona striker and now CBS pundit has noted that Real Madrid’s ability to balance the influx of young talent and old players is key to their dominance. Evidently, the management of the team’s old midfield and incorporation of young talented players has been heavily lauded by football fans and critics.

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