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Rate This. A documentary of the heavyweight championship bout in Zaire, "The Rumble in the Jungle," between champion George Foreman and underdog challenger Muhammad Ali. Director: Leon Gast. From metacritic.

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Learn more More Like This. The Rumble in the Jungle Documentary Sport. Thrilla in Manila TV Movie Facing Ali While LaMia was quickly stripped of its license and soon went bankrupt, Chapecoense themselves are beginning to come under the microscope. Last week, a labor court in Rio de Janeiro ruled that the club must pay BRL , in compensation to the family of Thiaguinho, the young forward who died in the crash. The club has been able to come to settlement agreements with some other players, but there are still 54 cases to be trialed in labor and civil courts, potentially resulting in a significant liability for Chapecoense.

Obama was right. Cabral, who is currently serving over years in jail for a string of corruption and money laundering offenses, told federal judge Marcelo Bretas that he paid USD 2 million to Lamine Diack, the then president of the IAAF, at the behest of former Brazilian Olympic Committee head Carlos Nuzman. Cabral stated that part of the money went to Olympic greats Serguei Bubka and Alexander Popov, which they deny.

The story here regards the admission, and not the fact itself. Serie A returns. With the Copa America circus leaving town, domestic football starts up again this week, with league and cup games to enjoy. UFC Amanda Nunes successfully defended her bantamweight title for the fourth time, beating former champion Holly Holm with an impressive first-round TKO. The year-old also holds the featherweight belt.

In the main event, Thiago Santos came desperately close to defeating light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, losing on a split decision. Elsewhere, Claudia Gadelha grabbed an important win in the strawweight division. After being cut from the Utah Jazz, solid point guard Raulzinho was picked up by the Philadelphia 76ers on a one-year contract. After struggling with injuries this year, he is hoping to bounce back strong in the Eastern Conference. Goal of the Week.

First, Dani Alves juggles and weaves his way through the midfield before stroking a nonchalant pass to the right with the outside of his foot. Roberto Firmino, without taking a touch of control, picks out a perfectly judged pass into the penalty area calling it a cross would be doing it a disservice , and Gabriel Jesus turns it into the net. Brazil at their exciting and lethal best. Daily Briefing Weekly Report. All Guide to Brazil. The young talents have more than one reason to look forward to the Finals in Rome, as neither of the two has ever been to the Eternal City.

I would enjoy playing there, but I would also like to see and enjoy the culture. To be in such a city is going to be amazing. So I will have to try not to get too excited about what I see around me and focus on the game. Facebook Twitter. Print this Page.