Antonio Inoki was revered for never being afraid of a challenge — whether it was dueling heavyweight champion Muhammed Ali or negotiating the release of hostages with the Iraqi government. That’s why he was often called “the fighting spirit that burns.”
Inoki died at age 79 after battling a rare disease called amyloidosis, his company, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, announced on Saturday.”
His achievements, both in professional wrestling and the global community are without parallel and will never be forgotten,” the professional wrestling group wrote in a statement.
Kanji “Antonio” Inoki was born in Yokohama, Japan in 1943 but spent most of his childhood in Brazil where his family relocated. There, Inoki found a passion for professional wrestling and took on the name “Antonio.”
Both Man Utd and Brentford have made Christian Eriksen attractive offers – but Uniteds is thought to be more financially lucrative; Denmark internationals short-term contract at Brentford expires at the end of June; Eriksen is unlikely to re-sign for Tottenham
I am a huge international soccer fan. Many athletes highlighted in this video are/were soccer players. But keep watching and it will be crystal clear that all athletes (and therefore all humans) are at risk of cardiac arrest and death after receiving the COVID vaccine. Heartbreaking coverage that is hopefully a jolt into reality for all of us.
This is why so many are against the vaccines being pushed for everyone. If you are healthy, you should consider riding out the virus vs. getting the vaccine. Disturbing and alarming footage captured here.
Jurgen Klopp is the main reason I became a Liverpool fan. His Christmas letter is amazing.
Jürgen Klopp has penned a special letter to Liverpool fans around the world to mark Christmas Day.