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Tiffany Van Soest says she’s sexually harassed on social media ‘at least once a day’

Tiffany Van Soest says she’s sexually harassed on social media ‘at least once a day’

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These are frequent occurrences, Van Soest told Ariel Helwani on Monday’s edition ofThe MMA Hour. But there are some instances where she just refuses to take it and does something about it. “At least every day,” Van Soest said of receiving harassment on social media. “At least once a day. It’s not relentless. Sometimes it’s pretty quiet or it’s pretty mild. But then there’s sometimes where somebody just has the nerve to post something so vulgar or so inappropriate or so rude, I cannot stay quiet. I have to respond. I think a lot times they don’t expect a response. Like I’m not gonna see it. And I think it’s kind of important in a sense to be like, ‘Hey, just because you’re sitting behind a computer screen or your phone and there’s no consequence for what you just said, it doesn’t mean it d
UFC 218 start time, TV schedule for Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo 2

UFC 218 start time, TV schedule for Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo 2

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The UFC 218 start time, TV schedule for the Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo 2 event at Little Caesers Arena in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday night. The fight card is broken into three different parts, each airing on three different mediums. This post will help explain which fights are airing where and at which times.
The main card airs on pay-per-view at 10 p.m. ET. Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson The second portion of the preliminary card airs on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET. It is listed as follows: Charles Oliveira vs. Paul Felder Alex Oliveira vs. Yancy Medeiros David Teymur vs. Drakkar Klose Felice Herrig vs. Cortney Casey The first portion of the p
Being shot, sent to prison and a false positive haven’t stopped Tim Means

Being shot, sent to prison and a false positive haven’t stopped Tim Means

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That Tim Means made himself a viable contender in the UFC’s welterweight division after surviving being shot in the leg and spending four years in prison is enough of a miracle in and of itself. But Means, who fights Belal Muhammad Saturday in one of the featured bouts on a UFC Fight Night card in Sydney, Australia, has also moved toward the top of the division after a failed drug test in 2016 that nearly ruined his career. Like most fighters who are caught with performance-enhancing drugs in their system, Means cried foul and denied using any banned substances. But unlike most fighters who lie through their teeth with their denials, Means was telling the truth. And the United States Anti-Doping agency worked hand-in-hand with Means to establish his innocence. Means tested