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Sting On How He’s Preparing For His In-Ring Return At AEW’s Double Or Nothing

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AEW star Sting spoke with Garrett Martin from Paste Magazine on May 28 about AEW’s upcoming Double Or Nothing pay-per-view.

Sting and Darby Allin are facing Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page at Sunday’s pay-per-view. The match will mark Sting’s first AEW in-ring match.

During the interview, Sting revealed that he’s working a lot on mobility. He also shared that he’s still feeling the effects of the powerbomb that he took from Brian Cage in February.

“I’m trying to work a lot on mobility, that’s for sure,” Sting revealed. “I don’t recover as quick as I used to, either, so I have to really watch how I train, so I don’t overtrain because, I’m telling you, you just don’t recover the same. I’m still feeling the effects of the powerbomb that I took from Brian Cage [in February 2021]. There are a few kinks I still have from that one.”

Sting added that he’s trying to get his heart rate up as much as he can, so he can keep up with these “young guys.”

“Otherwise, I’m preparing the same,” he said. “It’s the same kind of stuff, I just have to think about when I do it and what intensity levels and all that. I’m trying to get the heart rate up as much as I possibly can, so the stamina’s there to go with these young guys. Yeah, I’m getting ready — I am ready.”

To read his full interview with Paste Magazine, please click here. 

Wrestling Inc. will have live coverage of AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view. The current card is available at this link.

 

 

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Arunachal Pradesh logs nine fresh Covid-19 cases, five recoveries

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Arunachal Pradesh reported nine new COVID-19 cases, seven more than the previous day, pushing the tally to 55,269, a senior health official said here on Sunday.


A total of 54,952 people have been cured of COVID-19 so far, including five on Saturday, the official said.





The COVID-19 recovery rate now is 99.43 per cent, while the active ratio stood at 0.07 per cent.


The coronavirus death toll in the state remained unchanged at 280 as no fresh fatality was registered in the last 24 hours, State Surveillance Officer (SSO) Dr Lobsang Jampa said.


The northeastern state now has 37 active COVID-19 cases, he said.


Tawang district has the highest number of active cases at 11, followed by West Kameng and Capital Complex Region at nine cases each and Upper Siang with three cases.


A total of 11,97,965 samples have been tested for coronavirus in the state thus far including, 241 on Saturday, Jampa said, adding that the positivity rate stands at 3.73 per cent.


State Immunisation Officer Dr Dimong Padung said that a total of 14,06,720 people have been inoculated so far in the state including, 3,565 on Saturday.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Americans Are ‘Sheep’ for Not Protesting COVID-19 Measures

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  • Donald Trump Jr. praised a recent wave of protests in Europe over new COVID-19 restrictions.
  • He told Fox News that Americans were “sheep” for not “pushing back.”
  • Trump Jr. also falsely claimed that the US media was suppressing reports about the European protests.

Donald Trump Jr. praised countries in Europe for protesting against COVID-19 restrictions and said American people were “sheep” for not doing the same.

The former president’s son made the comments while speaking to Fox News’s Dan Bongino on Saturday.

“Europe is pushing back, and America is sitting there like sheep. ‘Oh, this is great. We’ll just go along with what these guys who’ve gotten nothing right in the last two years tell us.’ It’s absolute insanity,” Trump Jr. said. 

 

Trump Jr. also falsely claimed that the media in the United States was deliberately not reporting on the recent wave of protests in Europe over COVID-19 winter restrictions, some of which turned into riots.

“You don’t hear about what’s going on as it relates to the riots in Europe on a daily basis now against the vaccine mandates because our media wants to block that out,” Trump Jr. said. 

“They’re going to make sure that you never hear about it because they don’t want you getting these kind of ideas that freedom may actually still exist in some parts of the world.”

Numerous major US news outlets, including The New York Times, Fox News, ABC News, and Insider, reported extensively on the European protests.

Several European countries have introduced new measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 as winter approaches, including lockdowns and proof of vaccination to access certain places.

Earlier this year, the US introduced requirements for federal employees to be vaccinated, removing the option to get routinely tested instead.

As Insider previously reported, similar vaccine mandates in Europe have proved to be successful in increasing uptake.

Research has shown that the US has much higher rates of vaccine hesitancy than most European countries.

In the same interview with Fox, Trump Jr. criticized President Biden for not completely curbing the spread of the virus and bizarrely criticized the president for not curing cancer.

“He was also going to cure cancer, if I remember correctly, Dan,” Trump Jr. told Dan Bongino. “Remember that? Everyone was, ‘Oh, that’s great, we should definitely elect him.’ I haven’t seen much movement on that.”

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