#SpotlightInterview| Reigning and Defending WBO Asia Pacific Welterweight Champion Randall “The Knock-Out King” Bailey

Randall “The Knock-Out King” Bailey’s professional boxing record presently reads 46-8. After turning professional in 1996, Bailey has won twenty one consecutive bouts via knockout, competing against credible opponents Miguel Cotto, Devon Alexander, Mike Jones, Juan Urango, Francisco Figueroa, and Diosbelys Hurtado.

Former WBO Light Welterweight Champion, WBA Super Lightweight Champion and IBF Welterweight Champion Randall “The Knock-Out King” Bailey has forged an impressive¬† – and feared – presence throughout his highlight reel twenty year professional boxing career, earning a sterling reputation as one of the most revered punchers and well-rounded athletes of his generation; credible boxing publication 2000 KO Magazine essentially coined Bailey’s infamous nickname “The Knock-Out King” after the media outlet presented a definitive featured spotlight column on the greatest pound-for-pound punchers in the sport.

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@InspireLSSports| #Rio2016 #RoadToRio: Ibtihaj Muhammad Ready To Put Sword To Cultural Barriers

Popular United States Rio 2016 Olympics professional fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is presently ranked worldwide as one of the most prolifically elite fencing professional athletes on the planet. The dedicated 30-year-old New Jersey native is unmistakably destined to make history beyond the context of merely staking claims to Olympic gold in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this summer chiefly due to the ever-humble Muhammad being the first-ever United States Olympian to wear a hijab at the historic summer games; Ibtihaj Muhammad founded a fashion line geared toward Muslim women entitled Louella after Muhammad found strenuous difficulty in purchasing ensembles in the United States which meet hadiths in the Holy Qu’ran. Furthermore, TIME Magazine officially named Ibtihaj Muhammad as one of the TIME 100 Most Influential People 2016 this month, whilst President Barack Obama acknowledged Ibtihaj Muhammad during a potent speech at a United States Mosque about American Muslims who largely protect the United States (police officers, fire fighters and security); Obama spoke about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hakeem Olajuwon and Muhammad Ali as great American Muslim sporting icons before mentioning that Muhammad was in attendance during the speech.

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#MambaOut #KobeBryant: Kobe Bryant: The End Of An Era In The NBA

He came, saw and divinely conquered. 18-time NBA All-Star and five-time NBA world champion Kobe Bryant narrated a perfectly fitting performance in officially retiring from professional basketball thereafter delivering an incredibly Hollywood fairytale-esque 60 point performance in the Los Angeles Lakers final game of the NBA 2015-16 regular season against the Utah Jazz on April 13. Bryant initially made the major annoucement of pulling the curtain down on an illustrious twenty year career- accompanied with a poem entitled “Dear Basketball” – prior to the Los Angeles Lakers regular season encounter against the Indiana Pacers on November 29, 2015. Bryant previously alluded to retirement and even fears in life after NBA basketball, whilst optimistically touching on embracing challenges and goals post-career in Gotham Chopraserving-directed “Kobe Bryant’s Muse” docu-film; Bryant’s second documentary thereafter acclaimed ESPN Spike Lee-directed documentary “Kobe Bryant Doin’ Work”.

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