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Dana White adamant Conor McGregor's return will be in UFC despite Floyd Mayweather talks

UFC supremo Dana White has emphatically quashed talk of Conor McGregor fighting Floyd Mayweather upon his return from injury.McGregor and Mayweather fought it out in the boxing ring in August 2017, in what has gone down as one of the most lucrative events in sporting history. It was the American icon who came out on top then, defeating the Irishman by TKO in the 10th round at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.There has since been talk of Mayweather fighting it out with McGregor again when the Irishman returns from his leg injury sustained in his trilogy defeat to Dustin Poirier.READ MORE: Conor McGregor called a "p****" over avoiding 'PPV shattering' Jorge Masvidal fightHowever, UFC chief White - who played an instrumental role in promoting the initial mega-money boxing fight - has poured cold water over that talk."Of course, there's talk about a Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather rematch," Jim Rome said on his show when speaking to White, who quickly stopped him in his tracks."Not me.

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Carrie Underwood opens up about her very normal life at home with her sons
Carrie Underwood touched down in the UK this week to promote her new album, Denim & Rhinestones - and she's already made quite the impression!MORE: Carrie Underwood shares unexpected family photo with husband Mike FisherThe country star appeared on Lorraine on Wednesday morning, and opened up about her family life away from the spotlight with host Lorraine Kelly.The Grammy-winning artist made a surprising revelation to the TV presenter too, admitting that while her life is incredibly glamorous at work, when it comes to being at home - she's just like any other working mom.VIDEO: Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher's love story "When I'm home, I'm mom - making lunches," she shared.MORE: Carrie Underwood looks sensational in red hot mini skirtMORE: Carrie Underwood looks sensational in shorts and cowboy boots in captivating new photoThe singer also opened up about her time in Las Vegas, where she has had her residency, Reflection, over the last six months.During this time, Carrie's children, Isaiah, seven, and Jacob, three, came to visit their mom towards the end of its run, in order to keep their lives as stable as possible for the rest of the time. Carrie Underwood is just like any other mom when she's at home with her family"They usually will come out towards the end of my run there.
Luke Bryan supported by fans as he marks bittersweet farewell
Luke Bryan faces a bittersweet farewell, fans have rushed to commend him over the major milestone he's achieved.MORE: Luke Bryan surprises fans as he performs carrying a baby on stageThe star just checked off yet another successful Las Vegas residency in the books, and took to Instagram to share a sweet tribute and message of gratitude to all of his supporters.This isn't Luke's first residency, nor will it be his last, but he documented it all, sharing glimpses of his true country star lifestyle along the way with many mid-performance photos where it's clear he truly gives it his all during concerts.Luke shares glimpse of his farm to fansMORE: Luke Bryan extends Las Vegas residency after incredible CMA Fest appearanceFollowing the final show, for now, he took to Instagram to share a slew of pictures from his time in Las Vegas, featuring the giant crowds that went to see him and him rocking it out on his guitar.In the caption, he gave a shout-out to his crew and band who made it all possible, writing: "Another Vegas run with these guys in the books."Proving how much he loves being on stage, and always looking ahead, he added: "Already looking forward to coming back in September." Luke undoubtedly belongs on stageHis followers were quick to commend him for his countless epic performances, writing: "We had sooo much fun!," and: "I loved the piano singalong and the end on the ramp and everything in between!" and a third endearingly wrote: "Vegas is your own sandbox!! Looks like you had FUN!! Thank you for sharing the pictures!! I know you are PROUD of the band crew and be able to play music with you at each show!! I know you will be ready to go back in September too!!"MORE: Luke Bryan marks Ellen DeGeneres' departure from
Elvis Presley's will - earnings, tax debt, sole heir to fortune and royalties revelation
Elvis biopic is retelling the story of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, whose tragic death in 1977 shocked the world.Starring Austin Butler as the singer, and Tom Hanks as his manager Colonel Parker, the highly anticipated film launches in cinemas today (June 24, 2022).Over 45 years since Elvis' death, his music and legacy continues to be loved by fans across the world, with his records relived in the new biopic.READ NEXT: Where are the 80s action heroes now – antisemitism row, affair and hunting backlashHowever despite his huge fame, it is reported that Elvis only left a small fortune in his will following his death - with revelations about his royalties soon coming to light.Elvis Presley was the undisputed king of rock 'n' roll, and as such, he amassed huge earnings from his hit singles, concerts - including his famous Las Vegas residency - and films.It is no surprise then that the king is thought to have earned over £762million throughout his career.However, Elvis was known to be a very generous man and would regularly spend his money on family and friends.It is reported that if he was running low on money, he would book another tour or schedule a recording session - with the singer earning around £250,000 from a new album - along with concerts grossing on average £130,000 a night according to the LA Times.Despite his staggering earnings throughout his lifetime however, it is reported that the star only had £3.8m in his bank account at the time of his death.Additionally, the family also had to pay an IRS estate tax of £7.6m in 1981, after the IRS reportedly misvalued Elvis' estate - which was reported to be worth £22.5m instead of the first estimate of £4.9m.Following Elvis' tragic death on August 16, 1977, the singer's
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