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...When Roman Reigns was revealed to be The Undertaker’s opponent for Wrestlemania 33, a sense of finality began lurking around the corner. A few days back, Taker turned 52; he was spotted in crutches last year, looked horribly out of shape and in pain during the Royal Rumble, and his movement had gotten alarmingly slow over since his match with Brock Lesnar in late 2015. One could sense that his match at Mania was going to be his ‘Last Ride’. And so it happened. Many superman punches and four spears later, Reigns defeated the Undertaker on the grandest stage of them all, becoming only the second man in over three decades to do so. The match itself wasn’t the greatest, considering it was the closing contest of the evening. It was hardly passable to say the least. Did the Undertaker deserve better? Many believe yes; perhaps John Cena. But Taker is one for the conventional old-school ideology that states the only way to go out is by putting over a young talent. ...TOI on April 3, 2017, 3:43 p.m.
...Carl Grzegorzek, Air Traffic Controller at the Abu Dhabi International Airport and winner of an online competition sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Emirate Motor Company, got the opportunity to ride alongside cycling star Mark Cavendish, who is also the ambassador for the Abu Dhabi Tour. Once the riders defied the rain to conclude their first training session is when the entire thing unfolded. On being intimated that the riders were done with their training, Grzegorzek wasted no time and dashed to the reception where Cavendish was finishing a bottle of water. Cavendish shook his hand and asked the organiser to arrange a ride for the fan. Something as rare as this is bound to grab media attention but surprisingly, no one really cared. ...TOI on Feb. 22, 2017, 12:49 p.m.