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9 May
The Bloodline won their match against Drew Mclntyre and his teammates RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Riddle) at the WWE Wrestlemania Backlash. With Riddle taking dominance at the beginning of the match it seemed like Drew Mclntyre and RK-Bro had a chance at the championships. McIntyre started by giving Jimmy a suplex and called to face…
9 May
  Ronda Rousey is the latest Smackdown women's champion, upgrading from her UFC title. In a brawl with Charlotte Flair, Rousey came out as the winner after their match at Wrestlemania Backlash tagged 'I Quit Match'. Rousey took the belt from Flair who was the champion for 195 days. Despite Flair’s German suplex at the…
22 Apr 2021
The appearance of Nigeria-born, American professional wrestler, Sesugh Uhaa, popularly known as Apollo Crews into the WWE WrestleMania last weekend thrilled many lovers of the sports in different parts of Africa.

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10 mins ago
It’s crunch time in Rabat, Morocco. Nigeria’s Super Falcons face a must-win game against a Botswana team riding on a wave of success at the ongoing Morocco 2022 African Women Nations Cup.
10 mins ago
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria, (PCN) has said that open drug markets constitute a threat to public health, adding that a large percentage of products within these markets are not fit for human consumption due to poor handling.
11 mins ago
Worried by the continuous strike by university teachers, aggrieved students, parents and stakeholders have called for the sack of the education minister, Adamu Adamu, saying his tenure is the worst so far in the history of the nation’s tertiary education.
13 mins ago
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK), Boris Johnson, faced lawmakers’ questions, yesterday, after two of the most-senior figures in his government resigned.
15 mins ago
A Kenyan High Court has frozen 56 bank accounts belonging to Flutterwave Payment Technology Limited and other businesses connected with Nigerian nationals over money laundering allegations.