Postfight: Not only did Joshua (19-0, 19 KOs) get the biggest win of his career. But he made himself a tens of millions, heck maybe hundreds of millions, of more dollars. He showed amazing resilience, and for as good as Joshua has been throughout his career, this was, by far, his most impressive performance. He took the best punches from Klitschko (64-5), and he survived to knock out a future Hall of Famer. It was a great night for Joshua, and it was a great night for the sport. And if Joshua gets a rematch with Klitschko — and there is a contract for that — he’ll probably make another $20 million. If he fights Deontay Wilder or the U.K.’s Tyson Fury, he could perhaps make even more. Joshua has
Kevin Shattenkirk is new to the Capitals-Penguins rivalry. As a trade deadline acquisition, he has only been with the Caps for about two months. He has not built up a lifetime of hatred for Pittsburgh as have most Caps fans, he does not have painful memories of the series in 2009 or 2016, he has not even had a regular season to accept that fact that he now must hate the Penguins instead of the Chicago Blackhawks like he did in St. Louis. Instead, Shattenkirk brings his own rivalry to this second-round matchup, a personal one between himself and Penguins forward Nick Bonino. “We've battled for years in many different ways,” Shattenkirk said. “In practices, on the golf course, there's plenty of
The Patriots selected Arkansas defensive end Deatrich Wise with the 131st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Wise is a rangy, versatile player that Bill Belichick would love to move around the defensive line. Wise was also a teammate of current Patriots defensive end Trey Flowers, a Super Bowl LI hero. Here our some reactions from analysts and fans: The reactions have been positive thus far, as the Patriots add depth along the defensive line. After adding Derek Rivers in the third round, it’s clear the Patriots are looking to add talent and depth along the defensive line.