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New champion Andy Ruiz Jr. receives sweet tweet, neat treat

first_imgJoin DAZN and watch Gennadiy Golovkin vs. Steve Rolls on June 8″It gives me energy, it gives me everything I need to do to win,” Ruiz said at a press conference, with promoter Eddie Hearn joking the 29-year-old deserves an endorsement deal.Snickers, made by Mars, tweeted out their congratulations to the winner in the aftermath, though it did not stop at just a few nice words on social media.”Congrats again on the upset @Andy_destroyer1! Victory is sweet, but so is the package we are sending you,” Snickers tweeted.MORE: Watch the full replay of Andy Ruiz Jr.’s upset of Anthony Joshua on DAZN Quoting the original message, Ruiz wrote in reply: “Send me a dm please. Let’s go snickers!!”Send me a dm please. Let’s go snickers!!https://t.co/XFcVA8rRnY— AndyRuizjr (@Andy_destroyer1) June 3, 2019 Ruiz — a late replacement for Jarrell Miller — was knocked down in the third round but recovered to drop Joshua four times in total, with the bout stopped in the seventh round. Andy Ruiz Jr. stunned the boxing world with his victory over Anthony Joshua on Saturday and his success in the ring is set to land him a sweet bonus.The heavyweight has made no secret of his love for a Snickers candy bar — he has a picture of one as his cover photo on Twitter and also used the hashtag #snickerspower in the buildup to the heavyweight fight in New York City.last_img read more

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Mason City man sentenced to ten years on federal firearms charges

first_imgCEDAR RAPIDS — A Mason City man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison on federal firearms charges. 33-year-old Daniel Solano pleaded guilty recently in US District Court in Cedar Rapids to possession of a firearm by a felon. He admitted to possessing seven firearms during May 2017 and committing the felony crime of reckless homicide in Cook County Illinois in July 2007. On May 12, 2017, Solano and others broke into a residence in Thompson and stole seven guns. District Judge C. J. Williams sentenced Solano on Tuesday to 120 months in prison, to be followed by a three-year term of supervised release.last_img

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