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  • 13 May
    导出博客文章Surrey Storms Mikaela Austin went head-to-head with Hertfordshire Mavericks Sam
    May in a quickfire quiz ahead of Netball London Live. The Storm will line-up
    against the Mavs at the Copper Box Arena in this Saturdays eagerly awaited
    fixture in the Vitality Netball Superleague, live on Sky Sports.But what
    happened when Austin and May were put on the spot in our pre-match quiz? Click
    on the video above to see how the Superleague players handled some tricky
    questions!Watch Surrey Storm against Hertfordshire Mavericks this Saturday, from
    5.30pm on Sky Sports 5. Also See: London Live: Storm v Mavericks Superleague
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    Knights extended their win streak to nine games by defeating the Owen Sound
    Attack 4-3 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. NEW YORK -- Former
    two-division titleholder Mikey Garcia returned from a two-and-a-half-year layoff
    looking sharp.Garcia scored four knockdowns en route to a punishing, fifth-round
    knockout of former featherweight titleholder Elio Rojas, who was coming off a
    23-month layoff, in a junior welterweight fight on Saturday at Barclays Center
    in Brooklyn.The fight, which was the co-feature of featherweight titlist Leo
    Santa Cruzs defense against Carl Frampton, was Garcias first since he outpointed
    Juan Carlos Burgos in defense of a junior lightweight world title on Jan. 25,
    2014.I think it was a very good performance, Garcia said. Even though Ive been
    out for two-and-a-half years, people havent forgotten about me. I did miss
    [boxing], but the time off helped me regain that fire.Garcia, a former
    featherweight titlist, wound up in the long layoff because of a protracted legal
    battle over his contract with former promoter Top Rank, with whom he was unhappy
    despite being on the verge of his first seven-figure purse and a strong push
    from the company. The case was settled a few months ago, and Garcia became a
    free agent, which enabled him to return to face Rojas on a one-fight deal with
    promoter Lou DiBella and Showtime.Considering the layoff, Garcia looked dialed
    in from the outset in an explosive performance. Referee Eddie Claudio appeared
    to miss a knockdown in the first round, when Garcia landed a right hand to the
    body and Rojas went down to the mat. Claudio, however, ruled it a slip.In the
    third round, Garcia scored two big knockdowns that were unmistakable. He drilled
    Rojas with a chopping right hand that sent him to the canvas midway through the
    round and landed another right hand on the button moments later. That dropped
    Rojas again.Garcia (35-0, 29 KOs), 28, of Riverside, California, continued to
    paste Rojas (24-3, 14 KOs), 33, of the Dominican Republic, with shots in the
    fourth round, eliciting chats from the crowd of Mikey! Mikey!In the fifth round,
    Garcia planted Rojas face-first with a left hand, then dropped him with a right
    uppercut-left hook combination. Rojas, fighting for only the second time in four
    years, beat the count, but Claudio waved it off at 2 minutes, 2 seconds.One of
    the reasons Garcia, who might go down to lightweight to pursue a title shot,
    looked as sharp as he did was probably that he stayed in his brother and trainer
    Robert Garcias gym throughout the layoff, sparring with many of the talented
    fighters who work there.I think its too soon to make an assessment [on where Im
    at], but I do feel just as good [as before the layoff], Garcia said.Harrison KOs
    Rabchenko in eliminatorDetroit junior middleweight Tony Harrison moved a step
    closer to a world title shot with a ninth-round knockout of plodding Sergey
    Rabchenko, who beforehand called the fight the most important of his career but
    did not fight that way.Harrison (24-1, 20 KOs) dominated the lackluster fight
    until landing a massive right hand in the ninth round, which sent Rabchenko
    (27-2, 20 KOs) backward and to a knee. He beat the count, and referee Arthur
    Mercante gave him a long look but elected to stop the fight at 1 minute, 18
    seconds.This is definitely my biggest win ever. Im thankful to my team for
    getting me ready, Harrison said. I was luring him to sleep. I kept jabbing and
    ended up in the corner. My trainer told me that I would have the right hand
    behind the jab, and thats what happened.Im a finisher. I had him hurt, and I
    said to the ref, You better not let him go. I knew I had him beat.With the win
    -- in a fight the crowd booed because of the lack of action -- Harrison earned
    the No. 2 position in a sanctioning bodys rankings to put him in position for an
    eventual shot against world titleholder Jermall Charlo, whose immediate
    mandatory fight against Julian J Rock Williams is slated to take place this
    fall.A focused Tony Harrison can beat anybody at 154 pounds, Harrison said. Now
    its on to [the winner of] Jermall Charlo and Julian Williams. Im in the catbird
    seat.Harrison, 25, was sharp with his jab, which he kept in the slower
    Rabchenkos face as he piled up points throughout the fight. Former two-division
    titleholder Ricky Hatton, the British star, trains Rabchenko, 30, a former
    European champion from Belarus, and was animated in his corner. Even so, nothing
    worked, as Rabchenko generally threw one punch at a time and rarely connected
    with authority.I didnt throw enough punches, Rabchenko said. I kept relying on
    my defense and didnt attack enough. I was looking for one shot, and it was
    difficult to do it against Tony Harrison with one punch. The ref did a great job
    with the stoppage. My health is first and foremost. The health of any fighter is
    the most important thing. I knew I couldnt continue.Harrison won his third fight
    in a row since an upset, ninth-round, knockout loss to Willie Nelson last
    July.ddddddddddddelterweight Paulie Malignaggi (36-7, 7 KOs) outpointed longtime
    neighborhood pal Gabriel Tito Bracero (24-3, 5 KOs) in a fight for the symbolic
    Brooklyn title belt.It was a fight years in the making, and the Brooklyn crowd
    cheered both in the fight between two 35-year-olds near the end of their
    careers. The fighters kissed each other on the cheek after the final bell in a
    show of respect.Malignaggi, a former welterweight and junior welterweight world
    titleholder, used his superior jab to control the fight. He won 98-92, 98-92 and
    96-94. ESPN.com had Malignaggi winning 97-93.I knew Bracero was a
    counter-puncher like myself?.? I was just trying to be the sharper
    counter-puncher, Malignaggi said. We both try to set traps, and I just wanted to
    make him earn any points? that? he got. At the same time, I felt like I had to
    earn my points. I dictated the fight with pot shots and stepping over.I didnt
    want to get desperate. I wanted to force him to get desperate from being behind
    on the scorecards. I think I did a good job of that.Malignaggi won his third
    fight in a row since a ninth-round, knockout loss to Danny Garcia in August at
    Barclays Center.After the fight, Malignaggi took his place ringside to call the
    Showtime-televised bouts in his role as analyst.Im excited to call the fights
    tonight, he said. Im a fan before Im a fighter. Im excited to go to work right
    now. Im going to head to Italy on Tuesday, take a vacation and then think about
    my future.Philadelphia lightweight Tevin Farmer (22-4-1, 5 KOs) put on a clinic
    against Ivan Redkach (19-2-1, 15 KOs) in a unanimous decision win that extended
    his win streak to 15. Farmer started fast and never let up in a crowd-pleasing
    fight. He was quicker and more accurate with his punches, and he fought well on
    the inside and outside against Redkach, a former amateur standout from Ukraine
    now based in Los Angeles.The judges scored the fight 99-89, 98-90 and 98-90.
    ESPN.com also had Farmer winning 97-93.Im proud of my performance tonight. I
    worked hard in camp, and my team did a great job getting me ready, Farmer said.
    I was very confident that I would be victorious as long as I executed the game
    plan, and thats what I did.I want a world title. Im going to go back to 130
    pounds, and I feel like Im ready for a title shot. If I have to fight an
    eliminator I will. I wont back down from any challenge.Farmer was sharp with his
    right hands to the head and left uppercuts. But he landed a bad low blow that
    sent Redkach, 30, to the mat in the ninth round and was warned for the
    infraction. In the ninth round, however, it was Redkach, 1-2-1 in his last four
    bouts, who lost a point when referee Arthur Mercante docked him for head-butting
    the 25-year-old Farmer, who has not lost since an eighth-round knockout in 2012
    to Jose Pedraza, who went on to win a junior lightweight world title.I beat him
    down, Farmer said. I was the more experienced fighter, and I came in with more
    rounds and with better opponents on my resume.Brooklyn featherweight Amanda
    Serrano (29-1-1, 22 KOs) knocked out Calixta Silgado (14-7-3, 9 KOs), of
    Colombia, in the first round to retain her womens world title for the first
    time. Serrano dropped her with a body shot, and referee Benjy Esteves called off
    the fight at 1 minute, 40 seconds.Middleweight Conrad Cummings (10-0-1, 4 KOs),
    of Northern Ireland, won a unanimous decision in a hard-fought slugfest with
    Clevelands Dante Moore (9-2-2, 4 KOs). The judges scored the fight 59-53, 58-54
    and 58-54. Moore was docked a point for spitting out his mouthpiece in the sixth
    round. He lost his mouthpiece several times during the fight.Junior welterweight
    Josh Taylor (6-0, 6 KOs), of Scotland, knocked out Evincii Dixon (7-15-1, 2
    KOs), of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in the second round. He knocked Dixon down
    with a left hand, and though he finished the round, the fight was called off
    after the second round.South Korean junior welterweight Min-Wook Kim (16-1, 12
    KOs), trained by Jose Santa Cruz, father of Leo Santa Cruz, destroyed Louis Cruz
    (11-2, 5 KOs), of Bronx, New York, dropping him three times in the opening round
    for the knockout victory.Cruz was coming off an eight-round decision loss, but
    Kim took him out viciously by dropping him with clean right hands all three
    times. After the third knockdown, referee Eddie Claudio waved off the fight at 2
    minutes, 33 seconds.Huntington Park, California, featherweight Jose Gomez (8-0,
    3 KOs) dropped Josh Crespo (6-4-3, 2 KOs), of New Haven, Connecticut, in the
    first round. Even though he beat the count, Crespo was in no shape to go on, and
    referee Arthur Mercante waved off the bout at 2 minutes, 31 seconds. ' ' '