Guimaras loses COVID-free status, records first local case

first_img* 21-year-old female from Moises Padilla, Negros Occidental (Patient No. 1158) * 30-year-old male from Sibalom, Antique (Patient No. 1153) Exhibiting signs and symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever and cough, the patient was confined in a private hospital here. ILOILO City – The island province of Guimaras has recorded its first indigenous coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) case four months since it was placed under varying levels of community quarantine beginning March this year. * 25-year-old male from La Paz, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1142) * 30-year-old female from EB Magalona, Negros Occidental (Patient No. 1156) DOH advises people to do the following to protect themselves and prevent the spread of the disease: Regularly and thoroughly clean hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water. Maintain at least one-meter distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. It was learned that the patient went home to Buenavista twice last week – on July 15 and 16. * 22-year-old male from Buenavista, Guimaras (Patient No. 1155) COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China in December 2019. * 53-year-old female from Sara, Iloilo  (Patient No. 1150) If possible, avoid traveling to places – especially if you are an older person or have diabetes, heart or lung disease./PN * 39-year-old female from Molo, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1144) * 54-year-old male from Panit-an, Capiz (Patient No. 1152) * 20-year-old male from Bacolod City (Patient No. 1157) * 38-year-old male from Alimodian, Iloilo (Patient No. 1148) * 40-year-old male from Lapuz, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1145) Western Visayas’ Patient No. 1,155 was a service crew at an establishment in Iloilo City, said Dr. Jessie Glenn Alonsabe, epidemiologist of DOH in the region. * 31-year-old male from Roxas City, Capiz (Patient No. 1147) DOH was unsure how Patient No. 1,155 contracted SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19. Alonsabe said the patient was tested after showing symptoms. The result was released yesterday. Guimaras had 32 repatriates with COVID-19 as of July 28. * 63-year-old female from Carles, Iloilo (Patient No. 1149) A COVID-19 case is considered indigenous if the patient had no history of travel to areas with cases of coronavirus disease and therefore likely contracted SARS-CoV-2 via local transmission (within his or her locality). Also as of yesterday, the entire Western Visayas had 1,158 cases with 16 deaths. Here’s the breakdown of cases: Aklan, six; Antique, 16; Capiz, seven; Guimaras, one; Iloilo province, 85; Negros Occidental, 46; Bacolod City, 82; Iloilo City, 73; repatriates, 842. * 57-year-old female from Jaro, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1154) “This case is under investigation. The local government unit (of Buenavista) was already informed and contact tracing was immediately launched there and here in Iloilo City,” said Alonsabe. Seventeen new cases were recorded yesterday. These were the following: * 53-year-old male from Lapuz, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1146) * 78-year-old female from City Proper, Iloilo City (Patient No. 1143) For four months prior to yesterday, Guimaras was the only province in Western Visayas with no indigenous COVID-19 case. It only had cases involving repatriates (either locally stranded individuals or repatriated overseas workers). The case, announced by the Department of Health (DOH) yesterday, was a 22-year-old male from Buenavista town. * 53-year-old female from Sara, Iloilo  (Patient No. 1151)last_img read more

Earnest Patrick, 91

first_imgEarnest Patrick, 91, of Batesville, formerly of Holton passed away at 3:30am, Thursday, October 5, 2017 at his residence. He was born at Lee City in Wolfe County, Kentucky on October 28, 1925 the son of George and Fannie Hollon Patrick. He was married to Bonnie June Peebles on October 7, 1945 and she preceded him in death on July 18, 2004. He was married to Olga Lipphardt on December 17, 2007 and she survives. Other survivors include one son Earnest (Christy) Patrick, Jr. of Versailles; two daughters Joyce Horn of Madison and Janet (Floyd) Forwalt of Holton; step-sons Michael (Barbara) Hendrix of Batesville, Timothy (Sara) Hendrix of Carmel, and Karl (Beverly) Hendrix of Batesville; step-daughter Joyce (Norman) Banks of Columbia, Tennessee; 9 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren,  and ,19 great-great-grandchildren; three brothers Richard (Bert) Patrick of Flemingsburg, Kentucky, Goble (Jacqueline) Patrick of Versailles, and Lester (Juanita) Patrick of Cincinnati; one sister Edith Mink of Clay City, Kentucky. He was also preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Chester and Virgil Patrick, step-son John Etchison, and his son-in-law Wayne Horn. Mr. Patrick was employed with DT Construction in Columbus and had also worked at Fernald in Hamilton, Ohio. Earnie was a member of the Hope Baptist Church and the Holton Masonic Lodge. Funeral services will be held on Monday, October 9th at 10:30am at the Hope Baptist Church at Dillsboro with Bro. Tom Holt officiating. Burial will be in the Tanglewood Cemetery. Visitation will be on Sunday from 4pm to 6pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and from 9:30am until time of services Monday at the church. The Holton Masonic Lodge will conduct services at 6pm, Sunday at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Hope Baptist Church in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

Phil Jagielka’s imminent return set to boost Everton’s defensive options

first_imgThe imminent return of captain Phil Jagielka has persuaded Everton manager Roberto Martinez that he does not have to bring in cover for Tyias Browning in January after the youngster was ruled out for the remainder of the season. “We always look at how the squad is in every window but if you are going to have three injuries in your goalkeeping positions you are not going to keep four goalkeepers just in case,” he told the Liverpool Echo. “I think we need to be realistic. Our squad is big enough, our squad is strong and we have a great balance of experience and talent. “We are going to have Tyias Browning out for the season but we are going to get Phil Jagielka back very, very soon and we have got Bryan Oviedo to come back as well so the players are at the football club. “On the plus side is that we have performed really well having five first-team defenders out of the line-up. “It is a real sign of the development of the young players here and I wouldn’t bring players here just for the sake of it.” Press Associationcenter_img Browning, who has made six first-team appearances this campaign as cover for Seamus Coleman at right-back, underwent surgery on a knee injury earlier this month. Martinez revealed the 21-year-old will be out until the summer but with Jagielka, sidelined since the end of October with a knee problem of his own, due to make his comeback in the next couple of weeks and Bryan Oviedo edging closer to fitness after a hamstring injury, the manager feels his side can cope even though they only have two senior centre-backs in John Stones and Ramiro Funes Mori. last_img read more

GBA calls for Allicock’s trip to Cuba, GOA stipends to be put on hold

first_imgNinvalle complains to GOA about boxer’s lackadaisical attitudeSTEVE Ninvalle, president of Guyana Boxing Association (GBA), has written to the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA), recommending that they “put on hold” the country’s leading amateur fighter Keevin Allicock’s trip to Cuba to prepare him for the Pan Am Games.   “Upon careful investigation it was uncovered that Mr Allicock has been delinquent in regards to attending training sessions locally and his attitude towards the task at hand is nothing short of lackadaisical,” Ninvalle wrote in a letter penned to GOA boss Juman Yassin on May 26.According to Ninvalle, from May 1 to 23, Allicock attended just 12 of 30 training sessions held by Cuban coach Francisco Roldan, despite the pleadings from several persons.“Less than 50 percent attendance at training leading up to any competition is unacceptable – barring illness. Our conclusion is that if Mr Allicock is unconcerned about his training in Guyana and treats it as unimportant then it is only logical that the same will happen in Cuba,” Ninvalle reasoned.Ninvalle reminded Yassin of a force meeting between GBA and GOA regarding Allicock’s apathetic attitude, with even award-winning boxing coach Sebert Black making a complaint and Cuban coach Francisco Roldan supporting.“We (GBA) had then warned the Caribbean bantamweight champion that his attitude towards training needed to drastically improve. This has not happened and his attendance has gotten worse. In fact, Mr Allicock failed to even attend a medical examination provided by the GOA and offered the excuse of “not feeling well” as the reason for his absence,” Ninvalle wrote.“All of this comes against the backdrop of Mr Allicock coming in at over six pounds over the bantamweight limit for his last fight in Guyana. On Saturday, May 25, 2019 at another meeting chaired by you (Yassin), Mr Allicock could offer no reason for his absence from training.Being concerned about his approach to training and preparation for such an important international engagement, GBA recommends to you that his imminent trip to Cuba be put on hold. We also recommend that GOA immediately put on hold all stipends paid to Mr Allicock until the GBA signals that there has been an improvement in his attitude towards training.”last_img read more

Nikias gives annual address on Saturday

first_imgPresident C. L. Max Nikias gave his annual address to students and parents on Saturday afternoon in Bovard Auditorium.In his speech, Nikias highlighted the university’s achievements within the past year and provided details about upcoming projects and goals.State of Troy · President C.L. Max Nikias discussed his own experience as a parent of USC students in his address to families this weekend. – Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanBefore Nikias spoke, Presidents of the USC Parents Association Larry and Deborah Castro took the stage to announce the recipients of the 2014 Steven B. Sample Teaching & Mentoring Awards, a faculty recognition program now in its 11th year. This year’s honorees were David W. Ginsburg, Stacy Geck and Paul Young.David W. Ginsburg, an assistant professor in the USC Environmental Studies program, serves as the faculty advisor for the USC Environmental Studies Scientific Dive Club as well as on the Research Advisory Committee for the USC Wrigley Marine Science Center.Stacy Geck, an associate professor of clinical management communication in the Marshall School of Business, was recognized for her role in leading freshmen students in the Global Leadership Program in China and the Learning about International Commerce program in Singapore.Paul Young, an assistant professor of practice in the Thornton School of Music, specializes in jazz trombone and serves as director of the Music Industry minor program.In his address, Nikias talked about his own experience as a USC parent, as both of his daughters graduated from the university.“My wife Niki and I have a sense of the pride you all feel today … we know firsthand how a USC education prepares a young person for life. Your children are in excellent hands,” he said.Nikias highlighted the university’s academic achievements, including the relocation of two prominent neuroscientists, Arthur Toga and Paul Thompson, from UCLA to USC’s research facilities. Nikias also pointed out the university’s advancements in the arts, including the new USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation, which enrolled its first class of students this fall.“It’s great to hear about the successes that are happening across the university, not just in my program. President Nikias’ speech today demonstrated why USC has earned a position as a top-tier research university,” said Addison Salzman, a sophomore majoring in aerospace engineering who attended the address with his father.Also in Nikias’ address was a description of The Village, a residential and commercial retail complex expected to be completed by fall 2017.“When this majestic and modern Tuscan-style village opens, we will offer a second-to-none living and learning experience,” Nikias said.Nikias’s speech was aimed at informing students and their parents about the university’s goals.“I’m really glad my family had the opportunity to be here this weekend,” said Ebonka Agboje, a sophomore majoring in computer science. “Hearing the president talk today made me particularly proud to call this university my home.”last_img read more

UN delegation holds talks with President Moise in Haiti

first_imgPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, –  A United Nations delegation has held talks with President Jovenel Moise as it prepares to provide the UN Secretary General António Guterres with an assessment of the situation in that country ahead of the UN Security Council meeting in April.The UN Security Council is due to meet on April 15 to determine the most appropriate configuration of the United Nations presence on the island.Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, who is heading the delegation that includes Miroslav Jenča, Under-Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia is conducting a strategic mission to assess the various options following the planned withdrawal of the United Nations Mission in Support of Justice (Minujusth), whose mandate ends on October 15, this year.Discussions re UN’s continued engagement“We came to discuss with you, Mr. President, the continuation of the UN’s engagement in Haiti, as well as your priorities, your development projects and determine, together, how the United Nations can accompany Haiti in its quest for development,” Lacroix said.Moise during the meeting questioned the logic of keeping the peace under the aegis of chapter 7, as it pertains to the stabilization of the country.No more foreign armed forces “There will be no more chapter 7, no more armed foreign forces on the Haitian territory. This will be in the past,” he said.Moïse also reported on the ongoing economic, political and social dialogue, as well as the Government’s continued implementation of the development prerequisites of energy, road, educational and health the obligation to make major structural reforms to enable the state to provide more basic services and attract domestic and foreign direct investment.He also took the opportunity to remind the delegation of the need for a firm and formal commitment of the UN for the elimination of cholera in Haiti.The delegation, which ends its visit here on Sunday, will meet with representatives of various national institutions, civil society, as well as Minujusth staff.last_img read more

SIS inks new partnership with RETAbet

first_img SIS grows Latin American footprint through Betcris deal August 12, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Racing content and data services provider Sports Information Services (SIS) has enhanced its footprint in the Spanish and Latin America markets by entering into a partnership with Ekasa Reta’s flagship brand, RETAbet.Under the agreement, SIS will deliver its 24/7 Live Betting Channels, which will feature a mix of global horse and greyhound racing. This will provide RETAbet with ‘profitable short-form content throughout the day’ with a betting event taking place every 3 minutes.Live UK and Irish horse racing will be made available to RETAbet, with international horse racing from the likes of Dubai, Latin America, South Korea, and the US, as well as UK and Irish greyhound racing.Angel Calderon, Digital Sales Manager at SIS, said: “We are delighted to partner with RETAbet within Spain and Latin America, as we continue to extend our international customer base.“This deal is further proof of the growing appeal of our 24/7 Live Betting Channels offer amongst operators around the world. We look forward to working with RETAbet whose customers will be able to enjoy top quality racing, with frequent betting opportunities.”SIS’s live 24/7 service will provide the operator with streamed pictures, data, commentary, on-screen graphics, and betting prompts as well as a range of markets and prices.Xabier Rodriguez Maribona, CEO at RETAbet Group, added: “We’re thrilled to have struck this deal with SIS which will enable us to boost our horse and greyhound racing offer significantly.“We are confident that the SIS 24/7 Live Betting Channels will provide our customers in Spain and Latin America with regular first-rate betting opportunities, in turn helping us to increase engagement and provide incremental revenues.” Share SIS adds Irish Greyhound Derby to its portfolio August 13, 2020 Share Submit Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020last_img read more

EPL on Multi TV:Chelsea 4-1 Cardiff City

first_imgJOYSports coverage of the English Premier League on MULTI TV continued on Saturday with Chelsea taking Cardiff City to the Cleaners with a 4-1 thrashing.Chelsea fought back from a goal down to thump Cardiff after scoring an equaliser which should not have stood. Jordon Mutch ran through to put Cardiff ahead after David Luiz’s mistake.But Eden Hazard levelled after Samuel Eto’o kicked the ball away as Bluebirds keeper David Marshall bounced it, which according to Fifa’s rules is a foul.A well-worked Eto’o goal put Chelsea ahead and, after their boss Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands, Oscar and Hazard sealed the victory.Make a date with Kwame Dwomoh-Agyemang and his team of expert analysts when the English Premier League returns next weekend with Manchester United taking on Stoke City @ 1:30pm with kick off @ 2:00 pm prompt.last_img read more

UFC 236: Max Holloway assumed he was fighting Tony Ferguson but welcomes rematch with Dustin Poirier

first_img“Everybody keeps saying this is going to be Fight of the Year and everybody was saying the same thing with Ortega — that this guy was going to be my equal — and I like proving people wrong,” said Holloway. “I like going out there and making people scratch their head like, ‘What did I just watch?’ and that’s the plan.“Dustin is a tough opponent, a worthy opponent, for sure, and, like you said, go look at his track record — it speaks for itself. Look at my track record — it speaks for itself. I can’t wait.“I’m going to show everybody why I’m the best and make my claim for being the pound-for-pound No. 1,” he added. “Christmas is coming super-early. This is amazing. Enjoy this opportunity and make sure you tune in; it’s going to be a fun one.” MORE: Join DAZN and watch Chael Sonnen vs. Lyoto Machida in Bellator 222 on June 14Last year was supposed to be the year where the 27-year-old titleholder cleaned out the division and furthered his case for being one of the top pound-for-pound talents in the sport. After orchestrating back-to-back masterpieces against Aldo, everything was lined up for Holloway to take out the last remaining contenders queued up in the featherweight ranks and perhaps start angling for an opportunity to move up in weight and challenge for a second championship belt.His year was supposed to begin in March with a showdown against Frankie Edgar, the perennial contender and former lightweight champion whom he was initially supposed to face back in December, before “The Answer” got hurt and was replaced by Aldo. This time, however, it was Holloway who was forced to withdraw due to injury, opening the door for Brian Ortega to step up, snuff out Edgar and establish himself as a credible threat to Holloway’s standing as champion.Two months after backing out of his fight with Edgar, Holloway was tabbed as a late replacement for Tony Ferguson in a lightweight championship bout against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223, presenting him with the opportunity to join Conor McGregor as only the second fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two divisions simultaneously.But it wasn’t meant to be.On the day of the weigh-ins, Holloway was scratched from the main event pairing by the New York State Athletic Commission and subsequently replaced by Al Iaquinta. It was a tough pill for the talented fighter from Waianae to swallow and another blow to one of the most cursed and chaotic fight cards the UFC has ever put together.Missing out on the opportunity to face Nurmagomedov in April meant that Holloway was available to compete in July and his showdown with Ortega was positioned as the co-main event of UFC 226 in Las Vegas. The highly anticipated featherweight title clash would serve as the appetizer for the “Champion vs. Champion” showdown between heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic and light heavyweight kingpin Daniel Cormier, giving the promotion’s annual International Fight Week pay-per-view a potent one-two punch to close out the show.But in the days leading up to the event, something seemed off with Holloway.The usually jovial and talkative and playful champion was laconic and lacking his usual energy. In a live interview with Kenny Florian and Michael Bisping on UFC Tonight, the former middleweight champion Bisping mentioned that Holloway looked like he just woke up and questioned whether he was feeling alright as they worked their way through a far more challenging back and forth than anyone could have anticipated.That night, Holloway was pulled from the fight with Ortega due to “concussion-like symptoms,” kicking off a dark stretch for the usually vibrant featherweight champion.Even after his bout with Ortega was rescheduled and announced as the main event for the UFC’s return to Toronto in December, questions about Holloway’s physical and mental health lingered. Additionally, the collection of cancellations, coupled with his health issues and Ortega’s blistering finish of Edgar left many forecasting that the unbeaten challenger would be the man to halt Holloway’s extended run of success and force the Hawaiian from the featherweight throne.While Holloway and his team have never offered up a full explanation regarding the health issues that forced his removal from the fight in July, his performance in the cage at UFC 231 made it abundantly clear that “Blessed” is indeed best.More: Everything you need to know about UFC 236“I tell people all the time, ‘It’s not how you start the race, it’s how you finish and you’ve got to finish strong and keep pushing,’” said Holloway, reflecting on his bout with Ortega while speaking with Sporting News late last week. “I knew what I was capable of and a lot of people were questioning, but I’ve been the underdog my whole damn life, so it didn’t change anything.“I was going to go out there to show the world, do my thing and I did,” continued the reigning featherweight champion, who dominated Ortega from the outset and walked away with a fourth-round stoppage victory to extend his winning streak to a baker’s dozen. “I felt great. I had an amazing performance.“A lot of people were saying that this guy was my equal — that he was going to be the guy (to beat me) — and it was great to beat that guy. It was fun.”As great as his performance inside the Octagon was — and it was breathtaking — part of what made the December 8 scrap at Scotiabank Arena so meaningful for Holloway was that there was a point earlier in the year where he too wondered if it would come to pass.After everything transpired in July, Holloway fell into a depressive state, shaken by the mysterious health issues that forced the bout with Ortega to be scrapped and unsure if he was ever going to be able to return to the cage.“You feel like you’re put on this Earth for something and mine was fighting,” explained Holloway. “I think I was put on this Earth to fight and that was getting taken away from me. Not knowing if I was ever going to fight again was very scary and I went through a real rough patch.“I’m thankful for ‘Mini Blessed’ — ‘Rushie-Boo-Boo’ — for being there,” he continued, shouting out his son and ever-present sidekick, Rush. “I’m thankful for my family, my friends, my coaches, my fans and even you guys (in the media) because some of you guys reached out and really cared about my health.“It’s a very real thing and if you’re going through something tough, make sure you bless yourself and get yourself to a point where you can talk to someone and don’t be scared to talk to someone. Don’t be scared of reaching out and asking for help because it’s a dark place and I don’t wish it upon anybody.”Back feeling like himself and riding the momentum of his masterful performance against Ortega, Holloway gets another opportunity to add more championship hardware to his mantle this weekend when he squares off with Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 236, with the winner walking away as the interim lightweight champion.Much like his scuttled clash with Nurmagomedov a year earlier, Saturday’s showdown with Poirier at State Farm Arena in Atlanta wasn’t something Holloway was actively pursuing. In fact, it wasn’t even the first fight that was offered to him.After a difficult year and a dominant effort against Ortega, the surging superstar was focused on handling some “outside of the cage” business in the first half of this year and envisioned returning to action to defend his featherweight title on a major card later in the year.Then the UFC reached out about a fight with Tony Ferguson, the snake-bitten top contender in the lightweight division whom he had initially agreed to replace opposite Nurmagomedov back in April. Ferguson had run his winning streak to 11 in December with a stoppage win over Anthony Pettis and with the Dagestani champion sidelined until the fall, the promotion looked into putting together an interim title fight between the two streaking standouts.Holloway ran the idea past his team, all of whom liked the idea, and he agreed to the matchup.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year“Then we get a contract with Dustin Poirier’s name on it and I was kind of blown away,” he said with a laugh. “I was like, ‘It says everything else it’s supposed to say; it just doesn’t say Tony Ferguson’s name. I’m going to sign this, send it back and if they put the wrong name, they put the wrong name and they can send me a new (contract),’ but it ended up being Dustin and it’s cool.”As much as the opportunity to face Ferguson intrigued him, the chance to stand across the cage from Poirier this weekend was even more appealing as the two have a history together inside the cage.This weekend’s main event combatants shared the cage seven years ago, with Holloway stepping in as a short notice replacement for Ricardo Lamas (who was replacing Erik Koch) in a preliminary card matchup against Poirier at UFC 143.He was just a few weeks removed from turning 20 and carried a 4-0 record into the Octagon. By comparison, the 23-year-old Poirier was a seasoned veteran, entering on a four-fight winning streak and brandishing an 11-1 record overall.Though he had some positive moments, Holloway eventually got taken down, mounted and forced to tap out to a mounted triangle choke-armbar combination with just over a minute remaining in the opening round.Watching the fight back, you can see the framework for the fighters they would both become throughout their exchanges, but neither man was anything close to the well-rounded, polished professionals who will collide in this weekend’s main event. “It was just a surprise,” he said of the opportunity to run it back with Poirier. “I’m competitive and I want to compete and he’s one of those guys that if I can get it back, I want to get it back. If I couldn’t, it is what it is, but now we’re here and I get that shot. Not many people get the opportunity to get one back and here’s my first opportunity and I can’t wait.“It’s two different fighters,” said Holloway, reflecting on the younger version of himself that shared the Octagon with Poirier the first time. “That Max Holloway, 20-year-old Max Holloway — I would body-bag him. I would put him in a cemetery in Waianae somewhere. That’s what I would do to him.“Dustin grew, I grew, and there is nothing you can take away from that fight,” he continued. “You can’t watch that fight and be serious with yourself, like, ‘Oh yeah, I did that.’ It was a long time ago and if you feel some type of way watching that fight, that’s cool, but we’re going to find out on Saturday (that we’re not the same people).”For Holloway, this is much more than just an opportunity to avenge one of the three defeats that sit on his record; it’s about furthering the legacy he has been steadily building over course of his five-year unbeaten run to the top of the featherweight division.It’s about proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that “Blessed is Best.” Max Holloway went 371 days between cementing his place atop the featherweight division with a second straight third-round stoppage win over Jose Aldo and successfully defending his title against Brian Ortega in the main event of UFC 231.Within those 53 weeks, the Hawaiian champion experienced some of the most difficult moments of his professional career.last_img read more