Digicel SportsMax announced today that it has secured the broadcast rights for the Mayweather vs Berto bout this Saturday, September 12 with coverage of the undercard bouts beginning at 7pm, and the main fight at 10pm.
The Digicel SportsMax Fight Night presented by Fight Sports TV is being dubbed ‘The Final Showdown’, with the pound-for-pound king Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather declaring that the fight will be his last.
Sergio Aguero's Manchester City role was said to be under threat when Gabriel Jesus arrived, but they have since forged a fine partnership.
Gabriel Jesus is relishing his blossoming partnership with the "amazing" Sergio Aguero at Manchester City, claiming their off-field relationship aids their compatibility on the pitch.
The 20-year-old Brazilian joined City in January and swiftly established himself in the side, with many perceiving his form to be a threat to Aguero.
As such, Aguero began to find himself out of the team a little more, with Jesus scoring three goals in his first three Premier League appearances to give the Argentina international some serious competition.
Although a broken metatarsal in February disrupted Jesus' progress, he quickly recaptured his form upon his return and carried that over into this season.
Arsene Wenger has often used the EFL Cup as a proving ground for young talent but a well-stocked Arsenal squad might mean a fresh approach.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to bid for EFL Cup glory with senior players as he grapples with a selection headache ahead of Tuesday's fourth-round tie against Norwich City.
The Gunners returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion by beating Everton 5-2 on Sunday – a result that saw Ronald Koeman lose his job in charge of the Goodison Park outfit.
Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez started a Premier League game together and all got on the scoresheet, leaving Wenger to marvel at the attacking talent he has at his disposal.
The long-serving manager has previously used the EFL Cup to blood young talent but the depth of his fully fit forward options means Championship side Norwich should be ready to face a strong line-up at Emirates Stadium.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo pulled level with Lionel Messi on five FIFA awards apiece and believes there is more to come from both.
Cristiano Ronaldo believes his rivalry with Lionel Messi has plenty of distance left to run after scooping the Best FIFA Men's Player award in London.
Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo was honoured at the gala after a poll of international head coaches, captains and members of the media saw him come out ahead of Barcelona counterpart Messi, with Brazil and PSG forward Neymar in third.
Including the years when FIFA's individual award was merged with the Ballon d'Or, Ronaldo and Messi have now been labelled the best player in the world by football's global governing body five times apiece.
The Portugal captain has come out on top in four of the past five years, with Messi in second place on each occasion.
Diego Maradona marvelled at Harry Kane's goalscoring feats when he was introduced to the Spurs striker but warned him not to be predictable.
Harry Kane might be scoring goals for fun in the Premier League but the Tottenham striker was still on the receiving end of some finishing advice from Argentina great Diego Maradona at the weekend.
Maradona was a guest at Wembley on Sunday and looked on alongside former international team-mate and ex-Spurs manager Ossie Ardiles as Mauricio Pochettino's team thrashed Liverpool 4-1, with Kane scoring twice.
England international Kane now has 17 goals for club and country this season but a video posted on Tottenham's official Twitter page showed Maradona cautioning the 24-year-old against becoming too predictable in front of goal.
"Wow, what a goalscorer," Maradona said, as he was introduced to England international Kane and Spurs goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris.