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Take two in South Africa's version of a superstar T20 league. It's called the Mzansi Super League, and if the team names and logos are anything to go by, expectations are pretty low. A shake up on the cards money-wise for the Boks, Amla to miss the Aussie ODI tour, and Duane Vermeulen to soon be announced as a Bull.
There really is nothing too significant happening in the sport this weekend, so Ben tells you to take it off and do other things. From reigniting some romance with your partner, to showing interest in your children, give the sport a miss and focus on those things rather for a change.
Luca Modric was named The Best by FIFA, now for the journalists of the Ball'on d'Or to decide who is the best footballer in the world. More in the aftermath of the Nurmagomedov/McGregor fight, and most importantly the Russian's next fight - which he simply won't win.
The Boks almost played the perfect game against the All Blacks, but almost is never good enough against the best in the world. Conor McGregor's big fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov ends in absolute chaos, a wrap up of the weekend's football, and another rape allegation against Ronaldo.
The Boks vs All Blacks tops the sporting bill this weekend naturally, with Ben running through the two teams and the threats they pose. Nike seem worried about Ronaldo's rape case, the big football fixtures for the weekend, McGregor's last big fight, who the Fancy Beers are, and Lance Armstrong's whistleblower wants to start his own cycling team.
The biggest stars in the Champions League shine on a night full of goals. The Proteas beat Zimbabwe on a dodgy pitch, Kanye West wants Colin Kaepernick to meet with Donald Trump, and Ronaldo tweets about the rape case. Golf to glitter at the 2018 Alfred Dunhill Links Championships, and Japan's World Cup win over the Boks being made into a movie.
Real Madrid suffer another loss, this time in the Champions League group stages. Cape Town City suffer a PSL loss to Wits, who now go top of the log. Ronaldo's rape case is officially reopened, McGregor vs Khabib continues to build in hype, and why you need to shout and scream for the Boks like never before this Saturday.
The rape allegations against Ronaldo seem stronger than initially thought, and momentum is starting to build behind the victim. It's another big night of Champions League football, Conor McGregor gears up for the toughest fight of his life, and a woman loses sight in her eye after being hit by a drive at the Ryder Cup.
The Ryder Cup dominated the weekend of sport, or more importantly the European team did. The Boks got another pleasing win in the Rugby Championship, first silverware for Benni McCarthy as Cape Town City boss, Man United lose again, and Lewis Hamilton wins the Russian GP blah blah, team orders, blah blah.
Anticipation builds for the Ryder Cup, as do the comments on Instagram about the European players' wives. Themba Bavuma is not included in the Proteas ODI team to take on Zimbabwe, despite there being openings. Liverpool suffer their first loss of the season and are out of the league cup, and people are calling FIFA's 'best' awards the 'worst'.
The hype continues to grow around the Ryder Cup, with Tiger Woods naturally at the centre of all the pre-play talk. Man United are going through some tough times in all areas of business, Faf Du Plessis to extend his injury rest, then the big story around the SABC and Cricket South Africa teaming up in a win-win situation. Or so they say.
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