Flip Gordon’s Injury a Complete Torn MCL

We reported earlier this month that Flip Gordon suffered an injury at ROH Honor Reigns Supreme when he hit a running dropkick in the corner. It was believed at the time to be an MCL sprain that would only keep him out for four weeks. However, after getting an MRI last week, ROH has confirmed that Gordon has a full MCL tear in his right knee. 
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WWE News and Notes

– Luke Harper was backstage at Tuesday night’s Smackdown and 205 Live tapings.
– According to Brad Shepard, WWE is going to make one more big attempt to get Dean Ambrose to stay with the company.
– PWinsider reports that WWE is in the process of trying to get a new trademark for Bo Dallas. The previous mark was abandoned in November when the USPTO ruled that WWE didn’t provide proper evidence the name qualified for a trademark.
– Paige reflects on her first WWE championship…

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Nawell Madani (C’est tout pour moi) en couple : qui est son compagnon ?

Ce dimanche soir, France 2 diffuse C’est tout pour moi, le premier film réalisé par Nawell Madani. L’occasion de se pencher sur la vie de l’artiste belge notamment son compagnon, l’acteur Djebril Zonga. Il faut dire que cet originaire de Clichy-sous-Bois doit sa carrière à son âme soeur.

Nawell Madani et Djebril Zonga se rencontrent en 2007, au Portugal, via une amie commune. Sur les bons conseils de sa chérie, il se lance dans le mannequinat à New York, après avoir tenté une carrière de footballeur, interrompue par une mauvaise blessure. Elle expliquait à Paris Match, en 2016, avoir dépensé toutes ses économies “dans un book pour lui trouver un agent”. Ford, Dielsel, GAP, Ralph Lauren, Hennessy… Djebril Zonga enchaîne alors les gros contrats.

Encore une fois, c’est Nawell Madani qui va le pousser à prendre des cours de comédie. “Nous avons grandi l’un grâce à l’autre. Après des années de travail acharné, il a décidé de rentrer à Paris pour privilégier notre couple. Il veut être acteur“, expliquait-elle, toujours à Paris Match. Premier film du si beau Djebril : C’est tout pour moi, en 2017. Il y joue Doum, un jeune homme qui prête son appartement à l’héroïne du film avant d’usurper son identité.

Pendant le tournage, il entend parler du projet de Ladj Ly : Les Misérables. Il obtiendra finalement le rôle du policier Gwada et le film sera même nommé aux Oscars.

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Ensemble depuis près de treize ans, Nawell Madani et Djebril Zonga restent discrets sur leur vie privée. Confinée avec son homme, l’humoriste belge avait confié avoir voulu le “quitter six fois“. “Est-ce que vous avez frôlé la séparation ? Parce que moi j’ai failli quitter mon mec six fois ! J’ai failli l’étrangler, beau ou pas beau ! C’était une catastrophe, ce confinement“, avait-elle blagué.

On imagine que tout va mieux depuis. La suite logique pour les deux acteurs serait de fonder une famille. “Même si je ne stresse pas, j’y pense énormément. J’ai une carrière à mener de front, mais le jour où cela arrivera, je serai la plus heureuse des femmes”, confiait-elle à Paris Match.

Chris Jericho Comments on “Vince Verbiage”

During a recent edition of his Talk Is Jericho, Chris Jericho discussed terms and words you shouldn’t use around WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. Below are some highlights.
Chris Jericho on how Vince McMahon didn’t a WWE title being called a “belt”: “‘Hey Vince, I don’t know if I should lose the belt.’ [Imitating McMahon] ‘The what?’ ‘Sorry, the title.’ You couldn’t say ‘belt’ because a belt is what you use to hold up your pants.”
Jericho on how you couldn’t says “fans”: “You couldn’t say ‘fans’ because it’s the ‘WWE Universe.’ And never say ‘marks’ because [imitating McMahon] ‘they’re not marks – they’re our fans!’ And the other one is the ‘job.’ [Imitating McMahon] ‘Uh uh. We do favors, not jobs.’ The Vince verbiage!”Click Here: Aston Martin Racing Suit

‘Quality’ Danny Cipriani hailed after Premiership masterclass

GLOUCESTER CENTRE HENRY Trinder saluted troubled Danny Cipriani after the England fly-half inspired a 27-16 victory over Northampton on Saturday.

Cipriani delivered a man of the match display in front of England boss Eddie Jones as he created a first-half try for wing Charlie Sharples on his first Premiership appearance since leaving Wasps.

Cipriani was lining up 10 days after an independent disciplinary panel upheld a Rugby Football Union charge of “conduct prejudicial to the interests of the game” against him.

That hearing followed his conviction last month for common assault and resisting arrest after an incident at a hotel bar during a Gloucester training camp in Jersey.

But if Jones required a reminder of Cipriani’s rugby ability, he will have left the west country with a spring in his step.

“He is a quality player, as everyone knows,” Trinder said after his side’s success on the opening weekend of the English Premiership.

“Obviously, he has got a lot of history and people have their ifs and buts about him, but he has come in here 100 percent focused to win something and push this team forward, and he has got class to unleash the guys on the outside.

“He is a good boost for us and hopefully he can keep it up.”

Asked about the events in Jersey, Trinder added: “That situation was what it was, and it was dealt with well and the club and the boys got behind him and it didn’t faze us at all. If anything, it made us stronger.”

Exeter overcame a sluggish start to get their season under way in style with a 40-6 defeat of Leicester at Sandy Park.

Sam Simmonds, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Henry Slade, Matt Kvesic, Ian Whitten and Olly Woodburn scored Exeter’s tries with Gareth Steenson converting five.

George Ford replied with two penalties for Leicester.

Ben Tapuai’s try brace sealed Harlequins’ 51-23 bonus-point win over Sale.

Tapuai capped his Quins debut with a double as wing Nathan Earle also touched down on his club bow, with Joe Marchant, Marcus Smith and Max Crumpton rounding off the six-try victory.

Young England playmaker Smith racked up 26 points, under-lining the 19-year-old’s promise.

AJ MacGinty bagged a try in an 18-point haul for Sale.

Wasps edged to a 21-20 win at Worcester Warriors.

© – AFP 2018

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