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IMPACT Wrestling Spoilers From Fort Lauderdale, FL (Taped on 1/22)

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IMPACT Wrestling held its latest set of television tapings on January 22 from the Charles Dodge Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Matches and segments will air on upcoming episodes of IMPACT. Full spoilers (courtesy of Jacob Cohen) are below. Jack Talos def. VSK BTI Lady Frost def. Alisha Edwards Gisele Shaw comes out and makes her IMPACT debut, posing in front of Lady Frost. Black Taurus def. Raj Singh IMPACT Wrestling The IInspiration def. Madison Rayne & Kaleb With A K Josh Alexander def. Big Kon Alexander beats up Kon and security after the match. Alexander pushes Scott D’Amore and threatens to walk if he doesn’t get a title match. Scott D’Amore takes him out of the 5 vs. 5 match at No Surrender and says he’s sending Josh home until this is sorted out. Long promo segment between Bullet Club and Good Brothers and Violent By Design builds up to the announcement of G.O.D. vs. Good Brothers at No Surrender and Jay White vs. Eric Young at No Surrender. Mike Bennett & Matt Taven def. Rhino & Rich Swann No DQ Match: W. Morrissey def. Brian Myers JONAH defeated Crazzy Steve Masha Slamovich def. Kiah Dream Triple Threat Match: Ace Austin def. Blake Christian and Laredo Kid Gisele Shaw def. Lady Frost Chris Sabin def. Kenny King Tasha Steelz & Savannah Evans def. Mickie James & Chelsea Green Contract signing between Moose and W. Morrissey ends with Morrissey chokeslamming Moose off the stage. Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, & Jay White) def. Violent by Design (Eric Young, Joe Doering, & Deaner) For results from the January 21 tapings, click here. Fightful has live coverage of IMPACT every Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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Two New K9’s Join UK Police Explosive Detection Division

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The University of Kentucky Police Department welcomed two new K-9’s to its Explosive Detection division.

“Kinder” is a Chocolate Labrador imported from the United Kingdom.  She’s just shy of two-years old.  She’s trained in Dutch commands.  She spent several weeks training at Ventosa Kennels in North Carolina in explosives detection, tracking and article recovery before coming to Lexington.

“Kip” is a English Yellow Labrador imported from the United Kingdom.  She approximately a year and eight months old.  She is trained in Dutch commands.  She spent six weeks at Ventosa Kennels in North Carolina training in explosives detection, tracking and article recovery prior to joining UK Police.

Both dogs are newly nationally certified through the North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) as Explosives Detection K-9’s.

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Two Mothers Clash Over Integration in ‘What’s Mine & Yours’

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At the center of author Naima Coster’s novel What’s Mine & Yours are two struggling mothers. Jade is a Black single mother who is trying to provide a better life for her son, and Lacey May is a white mother who is trying to give her daughters the life she never had. Their stories will intertwine over decades, starting with when Lacey May opposes the integration of her daughters’ school – the same school Jade is trying to get her son into. Coster told NPR’s Audie Cornish that fiction gives us a window into other people’s lives but that does not mean we have to condone their actions.

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Rose Namajunas-Carla Esparza Rematch Scheduled for UFC 274 in May

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UFC strawweight champion Rose Namajunas and former champ Carla Esparza are expected to meet for a second time at UFC 274 on May 7. Sports Illustrated’s Justin Barrasso was the first to report the news of the match-up being in the works via a tweet, although the promotion themselves have yet to confirm anything regarding the booking. Esparza won the pair’s initial meeting back at The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale in December 2014, where she defeated Namajunas via a third-round submission due to a rear-naked choke to become the inaugural UFC women’s strawweight champion. The 34-year old Torrance, California native currently is on a five-fight winning streak and is coming off of a second-round TKO victory over Yan Xiaonan at UFC Vegas 27. Namajunas meanwhile is 6-1 in her last seven Octagon outings and will try to build on a split-decision win over former UFC strawweight champion, Zhang Weili, in their rematch back at UFC 268. The best remains #—————- — @RoseNamajunas successfully defended her throne after a 5-RD battle last night at #UFC268! pic.twitter.com/uurQzWSAC6 — UFC (@ufc) November 7, 2021 Fightful has all of your MMA and Boxing needs covered. Follow us on Twitter for updates, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for exclusive interviews, lists, news updates, and predictions

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