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Deonna Purrazzo Wins IMPACT’s Knockout of the Year Award

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IMPACT is handing out their year-end awards. On December 23, IMPACT Wrestling presented their Best of 2021 (Part 1) show, which saw Scott D’Amore and Josh Matthews look back at the year that was and hand out three awards. They also revealed that an additional three awards will be presented next Thursday, December 30. The final award up for grabs this evening was for Knockout of the Year. The winner was announced as Deonna Purrazzo. The Virtuosa held the Knockouts Championship for the majority of 2021, before losing it to Mickie James at Bound For Glory, ending her reign at 343 days. #IMPACTWRESTLING Knockout of the year@DeonnaPurrazzo #IMPACTonAXSTV pic.twitter.com/RCQKj4yV63 — IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) December 24, 2021 Deonna is set to challenge Mickie for the Knockouts Title on January 8 at Hard To Kill in a Texas Death Match. The full card for the event can be seen here. Fightful provides live coverage of IMPACT Wrestling every Thursday night beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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Two vehicles found with bullet holes after shots fired in Lexington

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington police are investigating after shots were fired Wednesday night. According to officers, someone fired shots around 9:30 p.m. in the 3600 block of Tates Creek Road.

Police say they found two unoccupied vehicles with bullet holes. According to officers, no arrest have been made so far.

Police say anyone with information about this case is asked to call Lexington Police at (859) 258-3600. Anonymous tips can be submitted to Bluegrass Crime Stoppers by calling (859) 253-2020, online at www.bluegrasscrimestoppers.com, or through the P3 Tips app available at www.p3tips.com.

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Here’s What Kim Richards From ‘RHOBH’ Is up to These Days, and How She Feels About Her Sisters’ Feud

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Where is Kim Richards from ‘RHOBH’ now? Read to find out what she said about returning to ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ one day!

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Cardinals fans frenzy over legends’ bobbleheads

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ST. LOUIS – If you think getting Cardinals playoff tickets will be tough, try getting the complete Albert Pujols, Adam Wainwright, and Yadier Molina bobblehead set. The bobbleheads are being given away as promotional items at the team’s home games.

Before Cardinals legends are memorialized as statues outside Busch Stadium, they are memorialized as bobbleheads, which are given away inside the ballpark. At least two (Pujols and Molina) and maybe three (Waino) legends are about to retire in the next month and a half or so. We may be in the middle of the biggest bobblehead craze in Cardinals’ history.

Last Sunday was part one of the crazed, the fan frenzy for the Pujols bobblehead. It is the centerpiece of a three-bobblehead set, with Molina and Waino’s still to come. The bases of each individual bobblehead slide together like a jigsaw puzzle.


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“When we signed Albert Pujols (in March), we decided if we’re saluting Wainwright and Molina, we needed to add Albert for a three-way legend salute,” said Martin Coco, director of marketing for the St. Louis Cardinals.

Molina and Waino bobbleheads were part of the promotional schedule in November 2021. Pujols’s return to the team changed those plans, and a once-in-a-lifetime collector’s item was born.

“The Pujols, Molina, Wainwright, bobbleheads – hot!” said James Miller, owner of the Collector’s Corner memorabilia shop in Belleville, Illinois. “That’s a call we get every day. Are you going to have sets?”

The Cardinals will give away Waino bobbleheads to the first 25,000 fans at the game on Friday, September 30 and 25,000 Molina bobbleheads the next day.

The tickets remain the same for both games, with $50 for “standing room only” being the cheapest.

“If you have a ticket for those last games, and you’re interested in getting a bobblehead, make sure you come early,” Coco said. “The gates open two hours prior to game time.”

“Keep the box,” Miller said. “So many people toss the box. That’s why my window is full (of unboxed Cardinals bobbleheads on display).”

Miller said bobbleheads on display lose value. The dust, even cigarette smoke, makes them very hard to clean.

He expects the complete Molina, Pujols, and Waino set (in the box) could cost around $500 to $700.

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