Author: Umair Basraa

Umair Basraa is an experienced Sports Writer with over three years of expertise covering a wide range of sports, including Cricket, Wrestling, UFC/MMA, Boxing, NBA, and Football. His insightful analysis and engaging storytelling bring the excitement and drama of sports to life for his readers. Basraa's work captures the intricacies of each game, offering a deep understanding of the athletes and events that shape the world of sports.

WWE Money in the Bank 2024 premium live event will be held on July 06 from Toronto, Canada. The show will feature the traditional men’s and women’s Money in the Bank matches. The World Heavyweight Championship will be defended on the show, and the newly formed Bloodline will also be in action. Let’s jump into WWE Money in the Bank 2024 Predictions and Match Card. Match Card Sami Zayn vs Bron Breakker (Intercontinental Championship) Sami Zayn’s IC Title will be on the line against the dangerous Bron Breakker. Since his arrival on the main roster, Breaker has been a wrecking…

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The Money in the Bank (MITB) ladder match has become one of the most anticipated events on the WWE calendar since its inception in 2005. The premise is simple yet thrilling: multiple competitors battle in a ladder match with the prize being a briefcase suspended above the ring. This briefcase contains a contract that guarantees the winner a WWE Championship match at any time and place of their choosing within the next year. Let’s take a look at every WWE Money in the Bank winner and their impact on the wrestling world. Money in the Bank 2005 Other competitors: Chris…

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Brazil has produced some of the most legendary fighters in UFC history, establishing the nation as a powerhouse in the world of mixed martial arts. From the gritty favelas to the bustling cities, Brazilian fighters have brought a unique blend of skill, heart, and passion to the Octagon, captivating fans worldwide. Let’s Check out the Top 10 Brazilian Fighters of UFC All Time. Marco Ruas(9-4-2,2KO) Marco Antônio de Lima Ruas is a Brazilian former mixed martial arts fighter, submission wrestler, kickboxer, and instructor. Marco debuted in the UFC on December 16, 1995, at UFC 7. In his first fight in…

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The conclusion of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2024 has left the cricketing world abuzz with anticipation about the future of many national teams, and the Pakistan cricket team is no exception. Known for their unpredictable performances and rich cricketing heritage, Pakistan’s journey in the 2024 World Cup was far below expectations. They suffered narrow defeats from the likes of the USA and India and were knocked out of the group stage of the World Cup. Expected Changes in Pakistan Cricket Team As the dust settles, discussions about the Expected Changes in Pakistan Cricket Team in the team structure, management,…

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The Portuguese forward and captain, Cristiano Ronaldo Hints of Retirement after a close and nervous win over Slovenia in the round of 16. Slovenia really tested the Portuguese national team up until the last minute. Portugal came out on top on penalties (3-0), in which Diogo Costa saved all three of the kicks. Ronaldo’s Performance in the Match The 39-year-old Ronaldo had a tough outing both physically and emotionally. After 120 minutes of trying to find the back of the net, he was seen crying after missing the match-winning penalty in the extra time, which would have seen Portugal go…

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Boxing is one of those rare sports that captures the essence of human struggle and triumph. The super lightweight division, also known as the junior welterweight division, has produced some of the most memorable and talented fighters in history. This division had seen some of the best fighters in the world. Their hard work and sweat speak volumes through their performances. Here’s a look at the top 10 super lightweight boxers of all time, celebrating their achievements, unique styles, and the indelible marks they’ve left on the sport. Julio César Chávez Julio César Chávez is a name that echoes through…

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The light flyweight division in boxing, encompassing fighters weighing up to 108 pounds, has produced some of the most technically skilled and exciting athletes in the sport’s history. This weight class, also known as junior flyweight, has been home to champions who possess speed, agility, and precision. Over the years, many fighters have left an indelible mark on this division with their remarkable performances, earning them a place among the greatest of all time. Here, we celebrate the Top 10 Light Flyweight Boxers of All Time who have defined this category through their achievements, skills, and impact on boxing. Ricardo…

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The super bantamweight division, for boxers weighing between 118 and 122 pounds, has produced some of the most exciting and technically gifted fighters in the history of the sport. Known for their speed, skill, and precision, super bantamweights often deliver thrilling bouts that captivate fans worldwide. These fighters, often possessing a perfect blend of agility, power, and tactical intelligence, have been able to create unforgettable moments in boxing history. Their bouts are frequently characterised by high-paced action and technical mastery, making the super bantamweight division a fan favourite. Throughout the decades, the division has seen legendary rivalries, remarkable comebacks, and…

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Australian fighters have made significant contributions to the UFC, bringing a mix of striking, grappling, and entertaining personalities to the sport. Here’s an overview of Top 10 Australian Fighters of UFC of All Time who made their name in UFC top ranking by representing their country. These Fighters reached Australia on the list of countries who produced successful UFC fighters. Tai Tuivasa(14-7,13KO) Tai Tuivasa is an Australian professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is #10 in the UFC heavyweight rankings. Tuivasa made his UFC debut on November 19, 2017,…

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Boxing’s super flyweight division, encompassing fighters weighing up to 115 pounds, is known for its speed, skill, and explosive power blend. Despite its relatively recent establishment in 1980, the division has produced some of the most thrilling and technically proficient boxers in history. Here, we celebrate the Top 10 Greatest Super Flyweights Boxers of All Time highlighting their remarkable careers and contributions to the sport. Check out the Top 10 Greatest Super Flyweights Boxers of All Time. Khaosai Galaxy (Thailand) Khaosai Galaxy, often called the “Thai Tyson,” is widely considered one of the greatest super flyweights of all time. He…

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