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Jamel Her­ring set up a su­per-feath­er­weight ti­tle de­fence against Carl Framp­ton af­ter de­feat­ing Jonathan Oquendo by dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion in Las Ve­gas. Her­ring was com­fort­ably ahead when Oquendo was dis­qual­i­fied for re­peated head­butts. “I wasn’t too sat­is­fied with my per­for­mance, to be hon­est with you,” said the Amer­i­can. “I still want the Carl Framp­ton fight next by all means. Novem­ber, De­cem­ber, what­ever. I still want that fight next.”

Mo­tor sport

Ott Tanak won his home race for Hyundai as Es­to­nia made its world rally cham­pi­onship de­but in a sea­son stalled by the Covid-19 pan­demic. The reign­ing cham­pion fin­ished 22.2 sec­onds clear of team-mate Craig Breen with Toy­ota’s French driver Se­bastien Ogier third.

Amer­i­can Foot­ball

Adrian Peter­son is join­ing the Detroit Li­ons on a one-year deal. The move re­unites Peter­son, who was re­leased by Washington last week, with Dar­rell Bev­ell, his for­mer of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor at the Min­nesota Vik­ings.

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