Same, still some solid fights on the card though.
Cursed matchup but I'm hopeful it will happen later in the year if not early next year. (Provided Tony wins which he should)
A 28-year-old Japanese sumo wrestler infected with the virus has died, the Japan Sumo Association (JSA) has announced, the first in the sport to fall victim to the virus.Sumo wrestling still seems to be going in Japan if you are very desperate for some sport.
He said aside from its financial woes the Hawks were starting to turn things around during the latest NBL season and were building a base for future success. "One thing I'm really proud of is, in the 12 months since I was appointed the club was close to being sustainable and really on that path financially, so I'm really confident the new owner comes in and they're going to have a good platform to work from," Flinn said."[It's] extremely disappointing. I've been around this club all my life and been through a few tough times but I would say this is the hardest time simply because of the uncertainty at the moment," Flinn said.
Ball's signing was a massive coup for the regional club and was predicted to provide some much-needed profile and financial support. But injuries limited Ball to just 12 appearances and meant the club received only a marginal bump to their bottom line."The NextStars program was a huge boost for the club, which solidified financially, gave us a little leg up to work towards that model of sustainability that is really important for the Illawarra and our club."