Harvick survives puncture to win the NASCAR Cup round at Michigan – NASCAR

Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick survived a stage one puncture at Michigan to claim his second NASCAR Cup Series win of 2019. Harvick was running in second behind Penske’s Brad Keselowski in the opening stages, before he picked up a right-front puncture on his SHR Ford as he rounded Turn 3. Diving into the pitlane for an early opening stop, Harvick eventually finished the stage in sixth having not dropped off of the lead lap, albeit now offset on strategy and largely anonymous through stage two as a result. But Harvick…

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DWCS WEEK 8 PREVIEW | UFC

BROK WEAVER VS. DEVIN SMYTH Eight weeks after he was originally set to step into the UFC Apex to compete, Weaver returns to make his Contender Series debut against the surging Smyth in a welterweight clash between promising prospects. Initially slated to compete on the opening week of the season, Weaver was scratched from the card when his opponent, Leon Shahbazyan, became ill during the weight cutting process. Now, the 27-year-old returns in search of his seventh straight victory and a spot on the UFC roster. After starting his career…

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Albon replaces Gasly at Red Bull

Alex Albon will take Pierre Gasly’s drive at Red Bull for the second half of the 2019 season, with Gasly moving back to Toro Rosso. Gasly joined Red Bull from Toro Rosso at the start of the year but has struggled for performance, scoring just 63 points to teammate Max Verstappen’s 181. Meanwhile, Albon has impressed in his debut season in F1, scoring 16 points for Red Bull’s junior team Toro Rosso. In a statement on Monday, Red Bull confirmed the two drivers would swap teams. “Red Bull are in…

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Panthers to retire Luongo’s number in March

SUNRISE, Fla. — Roberto Luongo‘s No. 1 jersey will be retired by the Florida Panthers on March 7. The Panthers announced the ceremony date for their now-retired goaltender on Monday. Fittingly, the opponent will be the Montreal Canadiens — Luongo’s hometown team. Luongo will become the first Panthers player to have his number retired. The Panthers previously retired 93 for the team’s first president, Bill Torrey. That number commemorates the franchise’s inaugural game in 1993. Luongo retired in June after 19 NHL seasons, most of them with Florida. His 489…

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John Cena Wants to Be a Dad, Life Exists Outside of Work | TMZ Sports

John Cena says he doesn’t just want to have kids to win Nikki Bella back — telling TMZ Sports he’s had epiphany about wanting to have a family outside of his career. SUBSCRIBE — About TMZ Sports:Some of the best stories in sports have been off the field and we’re reporting on athletes from NFL, NBA, UFC, WWE, MLB and more! Subscribe to TMZ Sports on YouTube for the latest news, exclusive interviews, clips from TMZ Sports on FS1 and videos of your favorite athletes and celebs. Need More TMZ?TMZ…

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