Super-middleweight contender and champion Edgar Berlanga is known for his impressive professional boxing record of 20-0, undefeated. With 16 consecutive first-round knockouts, Berlanga beat Mike Tyson’s impressive record of 13 first-round knockouts within his first 14 matches. This boxer is no doubt a beast in the ring, making a name for himself with hard work, passion, and determination.
Day: September 29, 2022
This show (including the people that were a part of it!) has been my favorite show ever since I randomly saw it on TV in 2009. I was 9 years old, which is way too young to have watched it, but I couldn’t help myself when I realized how wonderfully put-together the plot was and how dazzling the characters were. As I got deeper and deeper into my love for this show, I realized that I also loved all of the actors and producers that were a part of it, and I developed a huge crush on Ian Somerhalder that I still carry with me to this day. Sadly, this show has already ended, but you can stream all of its seasons on HBO Max or Peacock. You can also find its two spin-off shows, the Originals and Legacies, on Netflix.
Ibrahim Mansour, one of 20 survivors of one of the deadliest boat accidents in the Eastern Mediterranean, says he can’t forgive himself for failing to save others while speaking from a hospital bed while still in shock.
The small boat carrying more than 150 people set sail from crisis-torn Lebanon early last week in the hopes of finding a better life in Italy. According to the United Nations, those on board included both children and elderly people and were primarily Lebanese, Syrians, and Palestinians.
On Monday, Dak Prescott had stitches removed from his right hand and threw a few soft tosses, but it is clear that he is still not ready to return to practice yet. The Cowboys’ practice report shows that Prescott remains out.
Legislators in California approved a measure that requires employers to include salary ranges with job postings in the state in order to encourage pay equity.
The bill, SB 1162, “would require an employer with 15 or more employees to include the pay scale for a position in any job posting” and “would require businesses to include median and mean hourly rates for each combination of race, ethnicity, and sex within each job category” in their pay data reports to the state.