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Fury, AJ ruled out until after Wilder trilogy

first_imgRelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Tyson Fury will not fight Anthony Joshua next despite the coronavirus crisis playing havoc with the sporting schedule. Fury is contracted to take on Deontay Wilder for a third time but that fight has been pushed back until October at the earliest. Joshua is due to defend his world titles against Kubrat Pulev this summer but his promoter Eddie Hearn had hinted the pandemic could create an opportunity for the Brits to clash first. But Fury’s representative Frank Warren has ruled that out. “There is a contract and both parties are contracted to that fight [the trilogy] taking place,” he told BT Sport. “I hoped the rematch would happen in July and I expected Tyson to win that and then fight AJ in November or December. “That was our perfect world until this nightmare descended on everybody.” Fury stopped Wilder in the seventh round of their rematch in February with the American heavyweight immediately triggering a clause in his contract for a third meeting. But although the fight has been pencilled in for October 3 in Las Vegas, Warren admits the date remains flexible. “They’ve been talking about October but no-one knows what the date is going to be, every country has a different situation,” he added. “Vegas is completely shut down, the hotels are shut down, casinos are shut down; it’s a complete lockdown. “They’ve laid staff off so they’ve got to get up and running first and that isn’t going to happen in a couple of weeks. “When it gets to the stage that people can mix again or go back to work it’s going to take time, and then you’ve got to look at the impact on disposable incomes, will people want to travel, do they have the money to fly? “In an ideal world we’d love to get it on that date, if not before, but that’s not set in stone. “The negotiations are done, they were done before the last fight, it’s just getting the date, announcing it and getting the fight on, but at the moment we’re in no-man.”Tags: Deontay WilderKubrat PulevTyson Furylast_img read more

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NASCAR standings 2019: Updated points for Cup series playoffs after the Consumers Energy 400

first_imgThe battle for the lead is on! @KevinHarvick is there trying to get by @joeylogano! pic.twitter.com/OipFETbGoV— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 11, 2019Harvick had the fastest car over the last run of the final stage. “(It) takes a lot of people to make these cars go around, and winning races is what it’s all about,” Harvick said, via Yahoo Sports. “(I) just can’t do it without all you guys. I mean, to come here to Michigan and win for Ford, and I know how much Mobil 1 likes to beat that Shell car [driven by Joey Logano], so that was cool.”NASCAR points standings 2019Below are the updated standings following the Consumers Energy 400. Winners are in bold and are guaranteed a playoff spot.RankDriverWinsPointsNo. 1Kyle Busch4892No. 2 Kevin Harvick 2822No. 4Denny Hamlin 3815No. 5Martin Truex Jr.4805No. 6Brad Keselowski3764No. 7Chase Elliott2711No. 8Kurt Busch1701No. 9Ryan Blaney0654No. 10Alex Bowman1653No. 11Aric Almirola0645No. 12William Byron0642No. 13Kyle Larson0624No. 14Erik Jones0623No. 15Ryan Newman0569No. 16Clint Bowyer0559No. 17Daniel Suarez0553No. 18Jimmie Johnson0547No. 19Paul Menard0506No. 20Chris Buescher0486No. 21Ricky Stenhouse Jr.0475No. 22Austin Dillon0434No. 23Matt DiBenedetto0380No. 24Ty Dillon0397No. 25Daniel Hemric0352No. 26Michael McDowell0302No. 27Ryan Preece0299No. 28Bubba Wallace0281No. 29Corey Lajoie0266No. 30David Ragan0256No. 31Matt Tifft0243No. 32Reed Sorenson067No. 33Quin Houff064No. 34J.J. Yeley029No. 35Jamie McMurray019No. 36Austin Theriault010No. 37Andy Seuss09No. 38Stanton Barrett02No. 39Casey Mears01Who’s on the Cup Series playoff bubble? Daniel Suarez and Jimmie Johnson are just below the cut line.Three winless drivers, Erik Jones, who finished 18th, and Ryan Newman (12th) and Clint Bowyer (37th), all padded their distance between the cutoff position. Paul Menard ranks 19th in the standings, only 40-plus points behind Suarez and Johnson. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is also close in 20th place, but still probably too far behind at this point.There are three races remaining before the playoffs begin at Las Vegas on Sept. 15. Bristol is next weekend, followed by Darlington and Indianapolis.How are NASCAR driver points awarded per race?Each finishing spot in the field earns driver points with the maximum being 40 for a win. These points accrue over the season as do owner points.Drivers can also earn points based off of their finishes in the first two stages of the race. The driver who finishes first earns 10 points, the man who finishes in second earns nine and so on and so forth, points earned in those stages are then added to the points earned at the finish of a race.The points are added up over all of the races and there is a reset after the regular-season finale in the 26th race. Drivers who have earned wins or finish in the top 16 of the Cup Series standings then move on to the playoffs. Kevin Harvick came away with the checkered flag Sunday at the Consumers Energy 400 after he chased down Joey Logano in the final laps.It was Harvick’s second win of 2019 while Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson placed second and third, respectively. Jimmie Johnson changes crew chief as clock ticks on Cup Series playoffs Logano ultimately finished in 17th place after dealing with fuel issues, which forced him to make a late pit stop.Harvick might have edged out Logano on the Michigan track, but Logano maintains the advantage in the updated rankings. Related Newscenter_img Drivers accumulate playoff points earning five bonus points for a win and one for a stage win. Those points are added to a driver’s total at the start of the playoffs.For a more in-depth look at how scoring works, click here. Jimmie Johnson still wants apology from Ryan Blaney, who says ‘I have nothing to apologize about’ Joey Logano2872No. 3last_img read more

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