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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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Horwath’s Entry Into Hamilton Mayoral Race Increases Attention on Candidates, Say Analysts

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Hamilton’s mayoral race now has four candidates including a former mayor, the former Hamilton Chamber of Commerce boss and former head of the city’s taxi drivers’ union.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and the Country We Have (2021)

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Is history always political? Who gets to decide? What happens when you challenge common narratives? In this episode, Throughline’s Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei explore these questions with Nikole Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist at the New York Times and the creator of the 1619 Project.

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Life’s Hardships Lead to the Trek of a Lifetime in ‘Soundings’

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Doreen Cunningham felt worn down by financial limitations as a single parent trying to, as she says, make life work. She tells Scott Simon that society’s unfair treatment toward single-parent households led her to escape to follow the gray whale migration with her 2-year-old son, which she documents in her memoir Soundings.

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