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  • Former porn star Mary Carey seals celebrity boxing deal

    first_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Her time in adult films came to an end in January 2007, as she decided to look for new opportunities in her career. She has also worked as a Playboy model, radio host and film director. She took to her Instagram to announce her decision and new found love with boxing. It read: “I signed my deal with @celebrityboxing1!!!! Story is on TMZ now!” Her fans offered support for her new venture, with one commenting: “I can’t wait to watch you in action.” But concerns have been raised about promoter Feldman ability and readiness to abide by the contract and payment plans with some of Carey’s fans urging her to collect the money upfront. Read AlsoOlympic boxing qualifier in China scrapped over virus: report Jonny Fairplay commented: “Get your money up front! Damon STILL owes my half of my money just like he’s owes MOST of the celebrities! Notice that no one does it twice!” Former Porn star Mary Carey is venturing into boxing Miami following the end of her pornographic career. The 39 year old who shot into fame by featuring in steamy X-rated videos online, has signed a contract with boxing promoter Damon Feldman. Although her opponent is not yet known the bout has been fixed for April 18. The bout will take place in a Miami strip club called The Booby Trap, with full details on the event to be announced in due course. Celebrity boxing will be hosting the event, although the brand has had some difficulties of late, with the likes of Angry Bagel Guy and Lenny Dykstra walking away from their fights close to the date. Mary Carey is expected to land a five-figure pay day for her exploits, though the actual fee will be determined on ticket sales and pay-per-view internet streams. Mary Carey has turned her attention to boxingAdvertisement Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Plus-Size Babes Who Will Make Your Heart Racelast_img read more

  • Men’s basketball triumphs over Washington at Galen Center

    first_imgThe first 20 minutes of the game acted as an adjustment period for a USC offense missing star freshman forward Onyeka Okongwu, who was sidelined with a concussion. The Trojans went 9-33 from the field during the half and allowed the Huskies to gain a 5-point lead on the heels of a standout performance from freshman forward Jaden McDaniels. Stewart was guarded by Rakocevic, freshman forward Max Agbonkpolo and Mobley. Agbonkpolo, whose minutes have been limited by Okongwu’s dominant presence on the court, finished with a season-best six rebounds that contributed to a team total of 45.  USC finds itself tied at fifth place in the Pac-12 with a March Madness berth still up in the air. At halftime, USC alum and current San Antonio Spur DeMar DeRozan was honored by having his No. 10 jersey retired. The four-time NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist led the Trojans in the 2008-09 season to a Pac-10 title. DeRozan attended the game alongside his family and former teammates. But Rakocevic was the star of the second half turnaround. He poured in 14 points in the final 20 minutes, giving him a team-best 19 on the night to go along with nine rebounds in Okongwu’s absence.  The game represented a stark contrast to USC’s 72-40 blowout loss to Washington in January: USC limited the Huskies to a 35% shooting percentage Thursday.  USC’s shooting prowess eventually began to wear Washington down. After freshman guard Ethan Anderson went out with a hyperextended knee four minutes into the second half, senior guard Jonah Mathews got hot, sinking three 3-pointers and finishing the game with 16 points. By the end of the half, McDaniels had already bested his 12-point- per-game average with 14. The guard finished with a season-best 19 points.  “Great win for our team,” USC head coach Andy Enfield said after the game. “It was a good battle defensively … We had eight guys show up tonight and really compete.” The Trojans will take on Washington State at Galen Center Saturday. Tipoff is at 5 p.m.center_img The scoring explosion was coupled with a defensive surge that allowed USC to win the turnover battle, forcing Washington to cough the ball up 11 times. McDaniels didn’t see nearly as many easy buckets in the second half while teammate freshman forward Isaiah Stewart was limited to just 4 points in the paint. “It’s getting real, but you just have to stay focused,” Mathews said. “It’s all going to come together. We got to keep on winning.” USC returned to Galen Center Thursday and left with a 62-56 win against Pac-12 foe Washington. The victory broke the Trojans’ three game losing streak and improved their conference record to 7-5. The Huskies ran a tough zone defense, but it didn’t make the paint impenetrable. Once the Trojans got in the lane, it was just a matter of finishing their shots. Unfortunately for USC, their forwards proved unable to do so for much of the half. Senior forward Nick Rakocevic entered the break with only 6 points alongside freshman forward Isaiah Mobley’s 5. To keep their momentum going against Washington State this weekend, the Trojans will have to continue protecting the ball and rely on their defensive ability to shut opponents down. “These are the moments we should all be able to enjoy and express and feel the love and be with the ones you love and care about,” DeRozan told the audience before the banner reveal. “I appreciate everyone here, I appreciate USC for honoring me with this.” But the Trojans’ offensive energy dramatically improved in the second half. USC scored 9 unanswered points to start the half and reclaimed a 34-30 lead within just three minutes. Senior forward Nick Rakocevic nearly registered a double-double Thursday night with 19 points and 9 rebounds. (James Wolfe | Daily Trojan)last_img read more

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