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Oleksandr Usyk has sent Tyson Fury a clear message after the Gyspy King's retirement in an attempt to goad him into a unification bout. The Ukrainian has expressed his desire to face Fury, who has stated on multiple occasions that he has retired and he would only return for a sizeable offer.

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‘Lightyear’ reportedly banned in 14 countries over same-sex kiss scene
Pixar’s upcoming Toy Story spin-off movie Lightyear has reportedly been banned in 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, due to a scene that depicts a same-sex kiss.The scene depicting a lesbian space ranger named Alisha and her partner sharing a brief kiss had originally been cut by Disney, but was reinstated after Pixar animators penned an open letter criticising the company for censoring “overtly gay affection” in its films.As a result, the film will not be screened in cinemas across Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia and more, Reuters has reported. Disney has yet to comment.The United Arab Emirates’ National Media Council announced via Twitter on Monday (June 13) that the film will not be licensed for screening in cinemas “due to its violation of the country’s media content standards”.The animated film "LIGHTYEAR" is not licensed to be shown in the cinemas of the #UAE.#UAE_BARQ_EN— UAE BARQ (@UAE_BARQ_EN) June 13, 2022A Variety report also claims that the film was initially approved for release in the UAE, but had its license revoked after posts on social media accused the film of insulting Muslims and Islam.According to Variety, a source close to Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board had asked for edits to the film.
Paranoid Putin has 'special bodyguard' whose job it is to collect 'his poo'
Vladimir Putin’s poo is collected and sent back to Moscow in a special suitcase whenever he travels abroad.And it’s not only his excrement that is scooped up, his urine is also saved and shipped back to the Russian capital by a Federal Protection Service bodyguard.That is the bizarre claim made by author Regis Gente and journalist Mikhail Rubin, in a report for the French news magazine Paris Match.The collections occurred on Putin’s trip to France on May 29, 2017, and also during his October 2019 trip to Saudi Arabia.Video footage taken during a trip to France in 2019 showed six men accompanying him to a bathroom, with one of his entourage holding a small briefcase, although it was not revealed what was in it.His bodily fluids are placed in a specialised bag so it can be returned to Russia in a suitcase. One theory as to why this happens is that the Russians so paranoid about their ‘enemies’ getting their hands on information about Putin’s health, that they don’t want any of his DNA being discovered.Russian journalist Farida Rustamova has known about about the strange arrangement for time and wrote on Twitter: “As far as I know this peculiar system is arranged somewhat differently.“At least sometimes all secret substances are being destroyed immediately on the spot.