Evander Holyfield has been made whole again. On TV, at least.
A new Foot Locker commercial features former boxing opponent Mike Tyson making amends with the retired heavyweight champion, offering Holyfield an apology and returning a piece of his ear. Tyson famously bit off the top of Holyfield’s ear during a 1997 bout — an act for which he was disqualified.
Austrian ski federation chief Peter Schroecksnadel shows a miniature live TV camera fitted on the side of ski goggles during a press conference at the world ski championships. Some skiers will wear such a helmet during the next race at the World Championships and the procuced images will be used for live broadcast. (Photo:FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)
Someone needs to tell Eden Hazard you’re supposed to kick the BALL, not the KIDS.
A ball boy (2nd R) grimaces as he walks off the pitch after being kicked by Eden Hazard of Chelsea who was sent off for his role in the incident during the League Cup match between Swansea City and Chelsea. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)
When the Canadians arrived Sunday, hundreds of Panamanian fans tried to distract the players from sleeping by banging drums, launching fireworks into the air and honking their cars outside the team’s hotel at night.
He is in the process of producing a documentary on Sundin’s recent immortalization by the Leafs, who raised his number to the rafters last weekend. Devereaux said it is for Leafs TV.
“It felt like a 30-hour day, but in the end, we couldn’t sleep because we were so excited about it,” Devereaux said. “And that’s a large reason why, I think, I’m trying to do this. I love the game of hockey.” (Photo: Aaron Lynett/National Post)