Boxing Gandhis is a retro-funk band formed in 1993 by lead singer and guitarist David Darling. The sextet released its second CD, "Howard," on Atlantic Records in 1996. The album has a classic-funk feel, reminiscent of Sly and the Family Stone, Stevie Wonder, Prince and George Clinton's P-Funk. The group's debut music video won Billboard Magazine's 1995 Video Award for Best Jazz/Adult Contemporary video.
The Shadows remain one of the most prolific bands of the last 60 years. They had 31 hit singles (plus 30 with Cliff Richard), which include 16 Top 10 hits (plus 25 more with Cliff), 5 No. 1 hits (plus 7 with Cliff). They've also spent 361 weeks on the albums chart (plus another 400+ with Cliff), selling tens of millions of records since 1958, and defining the sound that influenced many of the world's greatest guitarists…
Joe J-Lau Lauzon (born May 22, 1984) is a professional mixed martial arts fighter from Bridgewater, Massachusetts. In April 2006, Lauzon won an eight-man tournament, defeating three fighters in one night, in the World Fighting League, and was crowned the WFL Grand Prix Champion. Lauzon was also named 2004 Massachusetts fighter of the year by MassMMA.net. Lauzon made his debut in the UFC versus the former and last UFC lightweight champion Jens "Little Evil" Pulver at UFC 63 on September 23, 2006. He won by KO in 48 seconds, an upset in which he was an underdog at 7 to 1 odds.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao, billed as Battle for Greatness or The Fight of the Century, was a professional boxing match between the eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao and undefeated, five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. The fight took place on to day 2015 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite predictions that Mayweather–Pacquiao would be the highest grossing fight in history as early as 2009, disagreements between the two boxers' camps on terms for the fight prevented the bout from coming to fruition until 2015. The failure to make the Mayweather–Pacquiao fight was named The Ring magazine Event of the Year for 2010. By 2015 negotiations for fight had been finalized, with all of the major issues that have prevented the fight from happening in the past resolved, including purse split, drug testing, and location. On February 20, 2015, Mayweather confirmed on social media that the fight had indeed been signed by himself as Pacquiao already had signed the contract of the fight previously and the contract itself was with Mayweather on that day. The contest was agreed to be held on to day, 2015. Mayweather won the contest by unanimous decision with two judges scoring it 116-112 and the other 118-110.