Cody Rhodes and Goldust eyeing the tag team championship

By Liam, September 22, 2014 1:54 am

Cody Rhodes burst into the WWE scene as a young wrestler in the 2006-07 seasons. He teamed up against the veteran Hardcore Holly and won the tag team championship. After this he became a regular in WWE. The turning point in his career might be said to be The Legacy whereby he teamed up against Randy Orton and Ted Dibiase to form a formidable attack. They fought some of the big names in WWE and made them bite the dust. However there was a fall out in the end and they went their own way. Cody Rhodes kept up the good work and became the Intercontinental Champion. He remained this for quite some time and flaunted his title in style. After this he suffered some serious injuries but made his comeback in style. There was a new personality to him. The injury could not reduce the agility and strength of the performer. He continued to remain the high flyer as he was and won matches.

It is recently that Cody Rhodes has teamed up with Goldust and goes by the name of Stardust. The present tag team champions Usos were defeated in a non title match by the duo. This has only strengthened their claims on the tag team championship. They are making a cause of their own to be the title contenders. Cody Rhodes has found the perfect mentor in the veteran Goldust. He has previously been mentored by his own father Dusty Rhodes who is himself a WWE legend. He has also been involved in a number of television shows. He is married to WWE diva Eden. The finishing move of the player is a favorite among the spectators. It is known as Cross Rhodes and involves taking down the opponent on his very face.

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Timothy Bradley feels no pain after Pacquiao loss

By admin, July 7, 2014 10:13 am

For a long time, American boxer Timothy Bradley has claimed being undefeated was of the utmost importance to him. Now that he has been handed his first ever defeat as a professional, Bradley has been extremely philosophical about it.

He said that he really tried, he wanted that knockout badly. However, he admitted that Manny Pacquiao is a great fighter, one of the greatest boxers the sport has seen and he has no problems about suffering his first defeat at the hands of one of the true great of boxing.

The Filipino Bomber landed blow after blow on the American and the heavy punches took its toll on the American as he found himself on the ropes for a long period of time and the judges’ decision was an easy one in the end as they handed a unanimous decision in favor of Pacquiao.

Having reclaimed the World Boxing Organization or the WBO Welterweight Championship, the Pacman has a mandatory title defense lined up against the winner of the Juan Manuel Marquez v/s Mike Alvarado showdown.

When the announcement of the winner was made, Timothy Bradley stood in one corner of the ring and clapped the victor, going on to even hug the Filipino’s mother.

He said that life goes on, and the loss was not a big deal. He will take a few days off before hitting the gym once again.

Timothy Bradley also said that after the injury he sustained in the first round of the match, there wasn’t much left in him that he could work with. But he admitted that although it was tough pill to swallow, he has no complaints whatsoever, adding that Pacquiao deserved his victory on the night and he feels he still has a lot to learn from the veteran boxing great.

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