The Vintage News

21 Jul 19
The Columbophile

Candidate for Crime is almost a brilliant Columbo episode, but is let down by the padding required to take it to a two-hour running time. Nevertheless, it has a number of terrific scenes that still ensures it’s a treat to watch time and again.

21 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Photos from Tomorrowland'S stages are now available for this year's spend over the two weekends between July 19-28. Earlier this month, the festival began to show some big changes. Now that the festival is up and running, we've received some photos of the new stages with some in action too. Before jumping into all that's […]

21 Jul 19
The Cars And I

Ray Ho – 07/20/2019 Whether you like Classics cars or the famous ex Tonight Show host wearing his signature denim shirt, the San Marino Classics held every June in San Marino is the place to be. Do you like this 1932 Rose Parade Grand Marshall car? Not old enough for you? How about this stream […]

21 Jul 19
Wellington Folk Festival

The Festival is delighted to announce our first four guest acts for 2019: Vigenser & Martin: New Zealand songstress Victoria Vigenser and Australian violin/mandolin virtuoso Lindsay Martin – they met at Wellyfest and now they’re back to show us what they’ve created. Across the Great Divide: Take Celtic clarsach, Americana resonator guitar and Swedish saxophone […]

21 Jul 19
NATIONAL NEWS ANALYSIS

ACTRESS PRANITHA SHOWSTOPPER GLAMOUR QUOTIENT WHEN SHE WALKED THE RAMP Streax Professional reinvents vintage styles with its latest launch ‘Retro Remix’ at its mega hair show ‘Hair & Beyond’ Actress Pranitha Subhash lights up the ramp, while International celebrity stylist Yolly Ten Koppel shares valuable tips Bengaluru : Retro-inspired trends are back again to reinvent […]

21 Jul 19
The Anonymous Widower

Sheffield’s plan has renewal of the Supertram network as a short term priority. The Sheffield Supertram is twenty-five years old and when you consider, many UK urban railway and tram systems of the same vintage have been substantially updated with new rolling stock and new routes. The plan lists three things that must be done. […]

21 Jul 19
dxerhamnews

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Kim Elliott, who shares a link to this CNN Business article that briefly explores why consumers still invest in vintage electronics: New York (CNN Business) – That beaten up Walkman buried in your basement might be someone’s hot new accessory. The retro tech market is alive and kicking. In […]

21 Jul 19
BestySells

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21 Jul 19
talkSPORT
Manny Pacquiao turned back time and produced a vintage, scintillating performance to beat Keith Thurman on Saturday night in Las Vegas. The 40-year-old Filipino senator claimed the WBA ‘super’ welterweight title with a split decision victory, though the fact one judge scored the bout to his opponent is hard to comprehend. Pacquiao and Thurman battled in a sensational ‘Fight of the Year’ contender The fight started dramatically with both men exchanging wildly from the opening bell. Thurman appeared to be getting slightly the better of these exchanges, but was then floored in the final 30 seconds of the first by a menacing straight right hand from Pacquiao. In the second, ‘Pac Man’ blitzed ‘One Time’ with several lightning-fast combinations as he appeared to roll back the years, performing an ‘Ali shuffle’ at the end of the round to taunt his bemused younger opponent This theme continued into the third as Pacquiao repeatedly buzzed Thurman, who struggled to find a foothold in the contest. Pacquiao downed Thurman at the end of the first .@MannyPacquiao's feeling' himself after 2 rounds 😂 pic.twitter.com/qNDOiVm7AE — FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) July 21, 2019 As he went out for the fourth, the American was left in no doubt by his corner, “We need this round.” While he attempted to deliver and upped his tempo, he was still comprehensively outlanded by the astonishingly aggressive Filipino. In the fifth, momentum suddenly shifted as Thurman took control by catching Pacquiao’s attention with multiple right hooks. However, by the end of the round, the 40-year-old regained the emphasis and battered his 30-year-old foe around the ring, leaving him with a severely bloodied nose. The sixth was a quieter session, much to the relief of Thurman, who had more success and perhaps won his first session of the contest. Thurman couldn’t combat Pacquiao’s unrelenting aggression He built on this success in the seventh, landing several significant single shots while his foe remained less active. Normal service soon resumed though, as Manny was back to pummelling in the eighth before another quieter period in ninth. Entering the championship rounds, Pacquiao was still clearly ahead and put on a big showing to add to this as he staggered Thurman with a liver shot and chased him around the ring once again, as he’d done in the early rounds. The American survived by the skin of his teeth and nailed the Filipino with some solid shots in the eleventh, but was still in need of a KO heading into the final three minutes. WBA Champ @keithfthurmanjr gettin' loose in the 7th 👀 Eight-division World Champion Manny Pacquiao faces World Champion Keith Thurman for WBA supremacy! BUY NOW: https://t.co/AeIXwbC2Dr pic.twitter.com/uGIXM2U0Ip — FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) July 21, 2019 This never came and instead it was Pacquiao who finished stronger in a thrilling fight, winning by scores of 114-113 Thurman, 115-112 Pacquiao and 115-112 Pacquiao. In his post-fight interview, Manny paid tribute to Keith, saying: “He’s not an easy opponent, he’s a good boxer. “I did my best to make the people happy. “I’m sure you’re happy tonight because you see a good fight. “I think my next fight will probably be next year.” Pacquiao is now a top welterweight world champion once again Thurman repaid the favour and replied: “I knew it was too close. He got the knockdown so he had momentum in round one. “Manny Pacquiao’s a truly, great champion. “I wish I had a little bit more output to go toe-to-toe. “It was a great night of boxing, I’d love the rematch.” [article-rail-section title=”LATEST BOXING NEWS” posts_category=”217″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Earlier in the night, Caleb Plant knocked out Mike Lee to defend his IBF super-middleweight title. Also on the undercard, Yordenis Ugas, Sergey Lipinets and Luis Nery picked up wins. You can catch WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in the flesh at the famous ICC Arena in Birmingham on July 27 at the marquee event of his UK tour with Showfighter and Gold Star. talkSPORT will be in attendance so click HERE or more information on the event and get your tickets HERE.
21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
MANNY PACQUIAO put in a throwback performance to edge out Keith Thurman for the WBA welterweight world title. Dressed in the same red Cleto Reyes gloves and white shorts worn when PacMan dismantled Ricky Hatton and Antonio Margarito ten years ago – the 40-year-old really turned back the clock in Las Vegas. Manny Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman to claim the WBA welterweight title Thurman was beaten via split-decision in Las Vegas Flooring Thurman in round one with a right hook as his American opponent tracked back, Pacquiao was made to work throughout, eventually stealing a split-decision win. After the fight, the new WBA welterweight champion said: “It was fun. I’m getting hard it’s not easy opponents he’s a good fighter, a good boxer, he’s strong. “He did his best, I did my best, we made the people happy. “I really love the fans thank you so much for coming here and witnessing the fight, I’m sure you’re happy tonight, you saw a great fight. “I am just blessed tonight.” Pacquiao floored Thurman with a right-hook in round one It was the first time welterweight Thurman had been on the canvas Thurman had got off to a good start in the opening session before being floored Thurman, who bet three times on himself before the fight – to win in round one, two or seven – made a bright start to the opening stanza. But the champion tem years Pacquiao’s junior was made to look like a novice as he moved back with his hands down, only to be outfoxed by PacMan who decked the champion with a swift right hook. The Filipino senator then took control between rounds two and four, backing up his man to the ropes and unleashing blistering combinations in vintage style. Pacquiao’s trademark footwork was the difference in the early stages, as he hopped in and out of punching range, though Thurman, bleeding from the nose, soon began to use his size advantage. Between the mid rounds the American began to find home with his right hand and caused PacMan to halt when the left hook followed. In round nine, sensing his early work was beginning to be overwritten, Pacquiao stepped up his product and began pinging out the southpaw jab right, with the left hook busting Thurman’s nose. After the knockdown PacMan had the best of the early rounds As the contest went into the middle stages Thurman began to find his stride For the first time since the opening round the champion was hurt by a shot, as right hook to the body caused the champion to wince in pain during round ten. Tottering back the 30-year-old managed to remain upright, though he spat out his gum shield in a desperate bid to gasp air as the pendulum swung back in PacMan’s favour. Veteran Pacquiao went straight back to the body of Thurman in round 11, who was still hurt from the previous session and unable to keep up with the pace until the end of the stanza. A huge right hand from the champion had PacMan’s head rocking back, as judges began to sweat over the back-and-forth, too-close-to-call action. Pacquiao, possibly under the instructions of legendary trainer Freddie Roach – who lumped £5,000 on his man to win – boxed cautiously in the 12th and final round. Fearing his unbeaten record was about to shatter, Thurman forced the action landing with a big looping right hand. PacMan, who returned to the US this year beating Adrien Broner, did not leave his fans disappointed as he traded with his younger opponent down the stretch, as the fight went the distance. [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”gnWF3o-AI” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/gnWF3o-AI.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.63.18/componentLoader.js?97819″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3DgnWF3o-AI%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.63.18%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F97819%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2FgnWF3o-AI.json”] Thurman was hurt with a body shot in round 10 Pacquiao caused the nose of Thurman to bleed with a savage left-hook [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”17″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Thurman was given a 114-113 verdict by one judge, but two scorecards of 115-112 meant Pacquiao won his 24th world title fight – in front of old pal Floyd Mayweather. The Filipino icon dashed any talks of a Saudi Arabia scrap with Amir Khan in November, revealing he will have the rest of the year off. Pacquiao said: “I think next fight, my next fight is next year I think. After this fight I am going back to Philippians to do some work.” Floyd Mayweather, acting as promoter, was ringside to watch Pacquiao’s win The pair exchanged with a hug after the fight was over in Sin City PacMan dashed any talks of a Saudi Arabia scrap with Amir Khan in November, revealing he will have the rest of the year off
21 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
MANNY PACQUIAO put in a throwback performance to edge out Keith Thurman for the WBA welterweight world title. Dressed in the same red Cleto Reyes gloves and white shorts worn when PacMan dismantled Ricky Hatton and Antonio Margarito ten years ago – the 40-year-old really turned back the clock in Las Vegas. Manny Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman to claim the WBA welterweight title Thurman was beaten via split-decision in Las Vegas Flooring Thurman in round one with a right hook as his American opponent tracked back, Pacquiao was made to work throughout, eventually stealing a split-decision win. After the fight, the new WBA welterweight champion said: “It was fun. I’m getting hard it’s not easy opponents he’s a good fighter, a good boxer, he’s strong. “He did his best, I did my best, we made the people happy. “I really love the fans thank you so much for coming here and witnessing the fight, I’m sure you’re happy tonight, you saw a great fight. “I am just blessed tonight.” Pacquiao floored Thurman with a right-hook in round one It was the first time welterweight Thurman had been on the canvas Thurman had got off to a good start in the opening session before being floored Thurman, who bet three times on himself before the fight – to win in round one, two or seven – made a bright start to the opening stanza. But the champion tem years Pacquiao’s junior was made to look like a novice as he moved back with his hands down, only to be outfoxed by PacMan who decked the champion with a swift right hook. The Filipino senator then took control between rounds two and four, backing up his man to the ropes and unleashing blistering combinations in vintage style. Pacquiao’s trademark footwork was the difference in the early stages, as he hopped in and out of punching range, though Thurman, bleeding from the nose, soon began to use his size advantage. Between the mid rounds the American began to find home with his right hand and caused PacMan to halt when the left hook followed. In round nine, sensing his early work was beginning to be overwritten, Pacquiao stepped up his product and began pinging out the southpaw jab right, with the left hook busting Thurman’s nose. After the knockdown PacMan had the best of the early rounds As the contest went into the middle stages Thurman began to find his stride For the first time since the opening round the champion was hurt by a shot, as right hook to the body caused the champion to wince in pain during round ten. Tottering back the 30-year-old managed to remain upright, though he spat out his gum shield in a desperate bid to gasp air as the pendulum swung back in PacMan’s favour. Veteran Pacquiao went straight back to the body of Thurman in round 11, who was still hurt from the previous session and unable to keep up with the pace until the end of the stanza. A huge right hand from the champion had PacMan’s head rocking back, as judges began to sweat over the back-and-forth, too-close-to-call action. Pacquiao, possibly under the instructions of legendary trainer Freddie Roach – who lumped £5,000 on his man to win – boxed cautiously in the 12th and final round. Fearing his unbeaten record was about to shatter, Thurman forced the action landing with a big looping right hand. PacMan, who returned to the US this year beating Adrien Broner, did not leave his fans disappointed as he traded with his younger opponent down the stretch, as the fight went the distance. [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”gnWF3o-AI” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/gnWF3o-AI.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.63.18/componentLoader.js?97819″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3DgnWF3o-AI%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.63.18%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F97819%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2FgnWF3o-AI.json”] Thurman was hurt with a body shot in round 10 Pacquiao caused the nose of Thurman to bleed with a savage left-hook [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”16″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Thurman was given a 114-113 verdict by one judge, but two scorecards of 115-112 meant Pacquiao won his 24th world title fight – in front of old pal Floyd Mayweather. The Filipino icon dashed any talks of a Saudi Arabia scrap with Amir Khan in November, revealing he will have the rest of the year off. Pacquiao said: “I think next fight, my next fight is next year I think. After this fight I am going back to Philippians to do some work.” Floyd Mayweather, acting as promoter, was ringside to watch Pacquiao’s win The pair exchanged with a hug after the fight was over in Sin City PacMan dashed any talks of a Saudi Arabia scrap with Amir Khan in November, revealing he will have the rest of the year off