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first_img RelatedMore Brits book flights to long-haul destinations this half termThere has been a “surge in demand” for overseas currencies as more people book long-haul flights this half term.More Brits could book flights to Iceland last-minuteIceland, Jamaica and Hungary offer the best value for money for British travellers.Croatia emerges as cheap flights destinationCroatia emerges as cheap flights destination Growing numbers of holidaymakers are booking flights to Hungary and Israel to escape the eurozone, new figures have revealed.A report from foreign exchange company Travelex has highlighted the increasingly popular trend of booking flights to the ‘neuro-zone’, or new eurozone, in a bid to reduce the cost of people’s summer holidays.While Turkey emerged as the most popular holiday destination outside of the eurozone, it was also revealed that demand for Hungarian currency has doubled during the past two months, while Israel made the Travelex Destination Index for the first time.Commenting on the findings, a Travelex statement said: “Rather than forking out a budget busting £47 for a three course meal for two in France, UK holiday makers are opting to pay 64 percent less at £17 in sun-drenched Turkey.”The currency specialist added that the introduction of cheap flights to Bodrum from a number of UK regional airports had helped boost demand to Turkish resorts.A separate Travelex survey recently suggested that Brits are becoming more inclined to book a last-minute holiday deal in order to save money.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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first_img Standard Ranked Rashguard Bloody Elbow Latest From Our Partners MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko is coming out of retirement M-1 champ interested in Fedor fight Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Standard BJJ Gi Apparel UFC on ESPN: Covington vs. Lawler fight card “If M-1 would allow the fight, I would do it straight away.” Gloves White on Nunes-Cris rematch: ‘That’s the fight I want to make’ More From Conor lashes out at Herb Dean, says Khabib was ‘riddled in panic’ during bus attack Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender Khabib: I’m sure Fedor knows NYE opponent Latest From MMA Warehouse ProMax 440 BJJ GI UFC 240: Fights to make Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt In this Storystream More: Lockdown duffle bag Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars Accessories View all 99 stories White: McGregor didn’t like my comments about Masvidal being ‘too big’ for him Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Good Night Tee On March 14, 2014, a young German fighter arrived in St. Petersburg for the first time in his career to challenge for the M-1 Global light-heavyweight title. The towering Stephan Puetz was a considerable underdog against renowned champ Viktor Nemkov, and it became clear why shortly thereafter. Puetz wriggled out of submission attempt after submission attempt until he finally turned the tide late in the fight and scored a split decision win.Puetz’s performance against Nemkov raised his stock to fans in M-1 Global’s home base in St. Petersburg. Immediately thereafter, the newly minted champion defended his title several months later with a submission victory over Luis Fernando Miranda, then again the following December against Valery Myasnikov.Now things have once again come full circle: Puetz, who won his title in St. Petersburg over a year-and-a-half ago, will defend his title on Friday, Dec. 4 against the fighter he usurped it from in the first place.But as far as Puetz is concerned, he does not feel much different heading into the rematch.”There wasn’t a big difference for me (between the last Nemkov fight and now),” Puetz told BloodyElbow “A fight is a fight, whether I have to claim the title or retain the title. I had an aggressive feeling in that fight and started pushing the pace early.”I know my ability and was confident from the start. I’m always motivated. My skill set is growing and I’m improving regularly. I want to show that I’m on the next level.”If his fighting ability was not enough to attract attention, Puetz stands at 6’6” and maintains a godlike physique. In turn, he branded himself as such: he wears Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator sunglasses, dubbed himself ‘T800′ or the ‘Machine,’ and used his catchphrases on pre-fight promos. He even made a point of calling out Russian heavyweight legend Fedor Emelianenko.”I consider Fedor as a legend and there is no disrespect with hat sort of challenge. I’m always in search for something new and this is a huge challenge for me. It brings advantages for me since he is well known and it will bring quite a bit of attention to me.”However, given that Fedor officially signed with upstart Japanese promotion Rizin FF, it is unlikely that this fight will ever take place unless M-1 and Rizin reach an agreement. Overeem: After 2005, who did Fedor fight? ‘He fought cans’ Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career Sale M-1 Global Robert Whittaker hails ‘Wonderboy’ the best ‘outside fighter’ in MMAlast_img read more