Anthony Joshua has until January 31 to agree terms to fight Pulev

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first_img After Joshua, 30, regained his unified belts by exacting revenge on Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia last month, he was given a heavyweight headache after being ordered to fight Pulev and Oleksandr Usyk. The IBF have told AJ he must defend his title against Pulev – who pulled out of facing the Brit in 2017 – next while Usyk is in line for the WBO belt. But it seems the Watford hero will face ex-European champion Pulev next, after both fighters requested an extension to their negotiation deadline. However, if a deal cannot be finalised, Joshua risks being stripped of his IBF gold. A spokesman for the governing body told Sky Sports: “I have just been told that the Pulev and Joshua camps have asked until January 31 to negotiate.”Advertisement But promoter Eddie Hearn plans to negotiate a deal with the WBO that will see Usyk face Brit heavyweight Derek Chisora before facing the winner of AJ and Pulev. Hearn said: “Conversations are ongoing with all parties to plan what’s next and it will really come to a head over the next few weeks. “We are still awaiting clarification from the governing bodies to confirm who is chronologically next but right now everything is in play. Read Also:Anthony Joshua under pressure to fight Kubrat Pulev “In terms of Usyk versus Chisora that is still a potential outcome, but March 7 is unlikely. Instead we have March 28 on hold at the O2.” But if Joshua faces Pulev next and has to vacate the WBO belt, ex-opponent and champion Joseph Parker will contest for the strap against Usyk. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtThese TV Characters Left The Show And It Just Got BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms? Anthony Joshua has until January 31 to agree on terms to fight Kubrat Pulev or face losing his IBF world title.last_img read more


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first_imgThe Harman Family Foundation made a $10-million gift to endow the USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study, located in Doheny Memorial Library.The USC Harman Academy for Polymathic Study comprises students and faculty, who research multidisciplinary topics. The academy programs research topics, such as the relationship between poetry and business and the relationship between space, time and feminism.Curiosity · USC Libraries received a $10-million donation to endow the USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study in Doheny Library. – Ani Kolangian | Daily TrojanThe study is named after Sidney Harman, former chairman of the academy and professor of business. Sidney Harman died in 2011 at the age of 92.President C. L. Max Nikias said the academy programs transcend traditional academic boundaries and encourage creativity, and represent the visions of Sidney Harman.“At the heart of USC’s academic mission is our commitment to promote not only the study of multiple disciplines, but also to integrate many branches of learning in an effort to expand knowledge and foster new discoveries,” Nikias said in a statement.Nikias said the donation will encourage students to explore multidisciplinary subjects.“Sidney Harman was a gifted polymath in his own right and, through this inspiring gift from USC trustee Jane Harman and the Harman Family Foundation, this remarkable academy is a testament to his hope that students employing a polymathic approach to education will also derive greater personal wisdom and sound judgment.”The USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study exemplifies Sidney Harman’s innovative spirit, said his wife Jane Herman, a USC trustee and former congresswoman.“Our family lived with a father and husband who inhaled life — and wanted his tombstone, if any, to say ‘still curious,’” Jane Harman said.Catherine Quinlan, dean of USC Libraries, said the endowment will help fund new programs and the academy and continue Sidney Harman’s vision.“With this generous support from the Harman Family Foundation, we will proudly continue this work that is so unique to USC and that Sidney viewed as so essential to the future of academic inquiry,” Quinlan said.The USC Harman Academy for Polymathic Study will induct its 2012-2013 class on May 10.last_img read more


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first_img MLB wrap: Josh Bell’s 3 home runs help Pirates demolish Cubs Before he was sent to the IL, Eovaldi posted a 6.00 ERA in 21 innings pitched across four starts.Right now, Boston’s bullpen ERA is 4.37, but the past two weeks have seen the group post a 6.18 ERA with eight blown saves in June. It’s the second-highest ERA and most lost games of any team in the league in that time span. Related News The report noted that Eovaldi will serve as a “traditional” closer and will not share the role with other relievers. The move of Eovaldi to the bullpen benefits both the pitcher and the Red Sox — Eovaldi gets to return to the mound sooner than expected because he won’t have to stretch out over multiple innings on a rehab assignment and the Red Sox will have a steady closer as the team tries to rectify its bullpen.center_img David Ortiz shooting was a hit gone wrong, police say The Red Sox are looking at Nathan Eovaldi to help fix with their bullpen woes.The right-hander has been on the 60-day injury list since April 20 after undergoing elbow surgery. According to NESN , he’s expected to be ready to pitch again after the All-Star Break, where he will be used in the bullpen at first.last_img read more


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first_imgWASHINGTON — President Trump’s proposed 2020 budget is the subject of multiple hearings this week before the U-S Senate Finance Committee, chaired by Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley.The president’s spending plan reportedly calls for a 31-percent reduction in funding to the Environmental Protection Agency. That’s $2.8 billion, and Grassley isn’t sure he’d support that deep of a cut. “We have to rely on EPA to make sure that we have the enforcement of our clean water and clean air laws and other environmental laws,” Grassley says. “I want it to be able to do its job.”Trump’s budget also calls for another $8.6 billion for the border wall. Grassley notes the president has already amassed a significant amount of money for the wall in the previous appropriations bill, in addition to the money he was able to transfer under existing law. “That brings it up to about $4-billion and then another amount of money, about $2.5-billion, he declared a national emergency to get,” Grassley says. “I don’t know whether the courts are going to allow him to use the national emergency money. We’ll have to wait and see what the courts say.”Grassley, a Republican, says he doubts the president could spend the money that’s already allotted for the wall before Congress can make a decision on putting up yet another eight-billion-plus. That said, Grassley emphasizes he does want security improved on America’s southern border.  “I’m for border security because I don’t want criminal elements coming to our country,” Grassley says. “That could be MS-13 gangs. It could be drug kingpins peddling poison to our people. It could be sex trafficking. It could be human trafficking.”It may be the result of a physical barrier with walls and fencing in some places, electronic surveillance in others, and more border patrol and personnel in still other areas — Grassley says it’s all under the heading of “border security” and it isn’t necessarily a two-thousand-mile-long wall. “The 98% of the people that come here illegally, crossing our southern border, they are probably coming for good reasons to improve their life,” Grassley says, “but they’re still violating our law and I don’t think we have to tolerate people violating our law.”As for the overall Trump budget of $4.75 trillion, Grassley says, “Presidents propose and Congress disposes.”last_img read more


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