Phil Mickelson’s recent split with his longtime caddie, Jim “Bones” MacKay, made big news in the golf world. It caught everybody so off guard — they had been together 25 years, after all — but for the first time following the pair’s announcement, Mickelson went into greater detail about the move. There was some speculation following the move that the pair’s relationship had become increasingly fractious, a notion Mickelson dismissed on Golf Channel Monday morning. As part of a media blitz for KPMG’s forthcoming Future Leaders program, taking place at the LPGA Tour’s Women’s PGA Championship this week, Mickelson described a less dramatic version of events. “We just could tell that it was time.
Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury believes Conor McGregor will annihilate Floyd Mayweather in a single round. Mayweather is the overwhelming favourite to beat McGregor on August 26 in Las Vegas. He is undefeated in 21 years, while UFC star McGregor has never competed in a professional boxing match. Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson thinks McGregor "will look ridiculous" boxing Mayweather. Former world champion boxer Ricky Hatton added: "I think Floyd would stop him." Fury thinks differently. "I think McGregor will do him inside one round," he told iFL TV. McGregor is a renowned power puncher and has knocked out 18 of his 24 opponents in mixed martial arts. The 28-year-old has even scored 13
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