Real Madrid want Alexis Sanchez, Atletico close in on Diego Costa, Andres Iniesta will reject Juventus, plus more.
On the heels of an impressive win at UFC Fight Night 115, a hyped-up Siyar Bahadurzada called out Matt Brown, who’s currently booked to meet Diego Sanchez.Filed under: News, UFC
According to RMC, Ligue 1 champions Monaco have enquried as to the availability of Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, Chelsea wantaway Diego Costa and Anthony Martial of Manchester United. Departures Monaco have endured a difficult transfer campaign to this point, with the likes of Bernardo Silva, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Benjamin Mendy having departed the Stade Louis. However, […]
A welterweight bout between Matt Brown and Diego Sanchez is the latest addition to November’s UFC Fight Night 120 lineup.Filed under: News, UFC
There is 'no comparison at all' between the situations of Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal and Diego Costa at Chelsea, says Gunners boss Arsene Wenger.
Chelsea set out Diego Costa demands, Davinson Sanchez asks for Tottenham move, Chelsea want Alex Oxalde-Chamberlain, plus more.
Hector Sanchez and Corey Spangenberg each hit a three-run home run off Jeff Samardzija and the San Diego Padres won 7-1 to take two of three from the San Francisco Giants
Pinch-hitter Hector Sanchez hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the eighth inning to power the San Diego Padres to a 7-3 victory over Detroit and send the Tigers to their eighth consecutive loss
Get Costa Ian Wright has made a sensational suggestion that Arsenal should look to Diego Costa if they do have to sell Alexis Sanchez, and can’t land his number one choice of replacement, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski. Of course, saying that and actually being able to land either of those forwards is one thing, […]
Move over, Diego Sanchez, there’s a new “Nightmare” in town. His name is Jorge Masvidal, the longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran who recently joined the crowded 170-pound title chase. In fact, you could argue that “Gamebred” is...Show More Summary
The complete list of injuries and medical suspensions was released on Tuesday for those mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters participating in UFC Fight Night 108, which took place last Saturday night (April 22, 2017) inside BridgestoneShow More Summary
Following his knockout loss to Al Iaquinta at UFC Fight Night 108, Diego Sanchez has come out and declared he has no intention of retiring. Diego Sanchez has responded to the calls from the peanut gallery to retire, and his answer to...Show More Summary
Al Iaquinta returned to action this past weekend (Sat., April 22, 2017) after a near two-year hiatus due to a contract dispute with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), knocking out Diego Sanchez in the very first round at UFC Fight...Show More Summary
Another weekend of fisticuffs has come and gone, as UFC Fight Night 108 blew the roof off Bridgestone Arena last Saturday (April 22, 2017) in Nashville, Tennessee. For complete UFC Fight Night 108 results and coverage click here. Plenty...Show More Summary
As much as we love watching Diego Sanchez fight, UFC Fight Night 108 made it pretty clear that it’s time for the ‘Lionheart’ to consider retirement. UFC Fight Night 108 went down Saturday night from the Bridgestone Arena in Nasvhille Tennessee and it was full of entertaining matches from familiar faces and new talent. Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight veterans Al Iaquinta and Diego Sanchez collided last night (April 22, 2017) at UFC Fight Night 108 inside Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. One of the bigger stories to come from...Show More Summary
What you may have missed from last night! Al Iaquinta may not be the coolest head in any given room. Long Island’s native son won his co-main event against veteran Diego Sanchez with a sublime knockout (see it here), and immediately adopted a hostile attitude towards his employers. Show More Summary
Diego Sanchez suffered the first true knockout of his career against Al Iaquinta at UFC Fight Night 108. Considering his career trajectory, he might be better off calling it quits now. But anyone who’s been paying attention knows that’s not about to happen.Filed (...)
NASHVILLE – UFC lightweight Al Iaquinta was scratching an itch to compete when he faced off with veteran Diego Sanchez after two years away from the sport. But his return could be short-lived. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Check out highlights of Al Iaquinta’s devastating knockout win over Diego Sanchez at UFC Fight Night 108.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos