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Legado Del Fantasma Vs. Tony Nese And Isaiah “Swerve” Scott Set For Tonight’s WWE 205 Live



Legado del Fantasma (WWE NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar, Raul Mendoza, Joaquin Wilde) will be back on WWE 205 Live this week.

WWE has just announced that Mendoza and Wilde will team up to face Tony Nese and Isaiah “Swerve” Scott on tonight’s show.

Legado del Fantasma vs. Nese and Swerve is the only 205 Live match announced for tonight as of this writing. Below is WWE’s announcement on that match:

Scott and Nese to pair up for tag team collision with Wilde and Mendoza

Whether he wants an ally or not, Isaiah “Swerve” Scott has seemingly found one in Tony Nese.

After recently coming to the aid of his former rival and challenging Ever-Rise to an impromptu tag team match, The Premier Athlete gelled seamlessly with “Swerve” to pick up an impressive win against Chase Parker and Matt Martel.

While Scott certainly still seems a bit suspicious of his supposed newfound ally, he will once again join forces with Nese for a tag team match against another pair of common enemies, Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza of Legado del Fantasma.

And as Scott recently pointed out, he is the only Superstar to defeat new NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar since the leader of Legado del Fantasma debuted in WWE.

Can Scott strengthen his cause for an NXT Cruiserweight Title bout by picking up a tag team win against Escobar’s henchmen, or will Legado del Fantasma continue to dominate 205 Live and NXT?

Find out on 205 Live, streaming at 10/9 C on the award-winning WWE Network!


How to stream CBS Sports Network



If you’re looking for sports as CBS delivers it, CBS Sports Network is your destination. You can find college football, college basketball, pro golf, pro rodeo, and thanks to a new deal, soccer in the form of the Champions League. It brings sports talk, too, anchored by the venerable Jim Rome Show.

What is CBS Sports Network?

CBS Sports Network, now part of the sizable ViacomCBS media group, started in 2002 as a college sports network. It retained that identity when acquired by CBS in 2006, branded as the CBS College Sports Network. It lost the “college part” of its name in 2011.

CBS Sports Network live stream: How to watch CBS Sports Network

CBS Sports Network is available on the following streaming services.

Hulu Live TV

Hulu Live TV is a great way to stream live TV, as it comes with access to Hulu’s massive library of on-demand content. You’ll be able to choose from movies, shows, and Hulu’s original programming, and keep up with what’s new each month. Hulu plans even include a bundle option where you can access Disney+ and ESPN+ along with Hulu.

Hulu Live TV sets you up with local channels and has a broad spectrum of entertainment and sports channels to review, including the full suite of ESPN channels, Cartoon Network, FX, HGTV, and even deep cuts like National Geographic and Syfy. CBS Sports Network is part of the Hulu Live TV channel list.

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FuboTV started as a streaming service geared toward sports fans, but it’s evolved into a broadly-appealing option with entertainment and news options alongside its robust sports choices. Depending on the package, you can access as many as 180+ FuboTV channels. If you’re looking to be entertained, Bravo, IFC, MTV, and VH1 are options even at Fubo’s most basic tier. The Fubo channel list still includes plenty of sports, including the Fubo Sports Network, which has original programming mixing sports and humor, and CBS Sports Network, with its mix of live sports and sports talk. The FuboTV cost starts at $54.99 a month, and with Disney Media favorites like ABC, ESPN, and the Disney Channel now on board, some who were on the fence about Fubo are giving it another look.

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YouTube TV

The YouTube TV channel list includes local channels, sports options including ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, and NBA TV, and plenty to keep kids (and kids at heart) occupied, including Disney Channel and its companion channels, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network—all in one easy-to-access package. It even comes with a few Spanish-language channels like Telemundo and NBC Universo. YouTube add-ons include HBO Max, Showtime, and Starz. YouTube TV packages have some advantages over their competitors, including a generous DVR and multiple screens package. From one account, each user can create an individual profile to track favorite shows.

If you’re looking for CBS Sports Network, know that you can stream it on YouTube TV.

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*First Published: Aug 4, 2020, 4:17 pm

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Phil West is a veteran professional writer and editor, and the author of two books on soccer, ‘The United States of Soccer,’ and ‘I Believe That We Will Win,’ both from The Overlook Press. His work has appeared most recently in, Pro Soccer USA, Texas Highways, and Howler. Based in Austin, he is also a lecturer in the Writing Program at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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WNBA Players Wore ‘Vote Warnock’ Shirts, Endorsing Dream Owner Kelly Loeffler’s Opponent



WNBA players have found themselves united against one of the league’s owners in recent weeks. Kelly Loeffler, a part-owner of the Atlanta Dream and a United States Senator from the state of Georgia, has openly challenged the league and its players as they have embraced the Black Lives Matter movement. In an attempt to stir up support among conservative voters in the state of Georgia, Loeffler, who is white, has mischaracterized Black Lives Matter’s motives, and despite the fact that the team’s players have vocally opposed her and the Players Association wants her out, the league will not force Loeffler to sell her stake in Dream Too LLC.

Loeffler is, however, fighting for her seat in the Senate — she was appointed to the seat previously held by Johnny Isakson earlier this year ahead of an election. With players unable to get Loeffler out of the league, their focus has turned on boosting one of her opponents, Reverend Raphael Warnock, before Georgians vote later this year.

Members of both the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury wore shirts to their respective games on Tuesday evening in the “Wubble” — the former play the Dallas Wings at 6 p.m. EST, the latter play the Dream at 7 p.m. — that read “VOTE WARNOCK.”

According to ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, the idea came from Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm, who expects a number of players to wear the shirts.

Warnock is one of several challengers looking to take down Loeffler. Due to the lack of a primary, everyone seeking this seat is on the ballot, and according to the most recent poll by Monmouth, Loeffler leads the field with 26 percent of the vote. Warnock is in fourth with nine percent, although he has received publicity in recent weeks due to a wave of endorsements, strong fundraising numbers, and his eulogy at the funeral for recently-departed United States Representative and Civil Rights icon John Lewis.

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Psychotherapist Offers Expert Tips For Parents So We Can Empower Kids As They Go Back To School



Best-selling author, TEDx speaker, and psychotherapist Jodi Aman, LCSW, knows the anxiety that both children and their parents are facing about returning to school this far. In a conversation with LittleThings, Jodi shared a few tips to help parents and their kids prepare.

Jodi believes that parents need to start from a place where they feel comfortable with their decision, one way or another.

“Remind yourself that you are empowered rather than disempowered,” Jodi urged.

“Especially with kids going back to school with COVID still rampant in many parts of our country, we deeply feel the ‘no choice’ conundrum. But within every action you take you do have a choice.”

“You may be struggling with only having to choose one, when you’d prefer two options, but it is still a choice. If you focus on what you can choose and do so consciously, this will empower you (instead of making you distracted by being out of control) to make other choices to make things work the best for your family.”

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Sometimes, children won’t be on board with the decision you make. Jodi feels it’s important to determine whether or not that reason is related to concerns about the virus.

“There are different reasons kids may not want to go back to school, so it is important for you to ask why so you can address the specific worries in their minds,” she noted. “It may not be what you think!”

Many kids will have to wear masks in areas where they can return to a classroom. Jodi believes that while kids may have mixed feelings about wearing masks, parents need to validate them while empowering their ability to adjust to this new normal.

“You can validate any feelings that they express and then let them know that humans adapt and they will be able to as well. Belief about what they can do is important to relay and helps decrease their worries,” she noted.

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With younger children, Jodi encourages building up to all-day mask-wearing over time. “Let them build up to many hours a day so they get used to it. It can be like wearing new prescription glasses,” she suggested.

“You might get dizzy the first day if you wear them too long. Have them do different activities with a mask so it becomes second nature. Don’t spend energy hating the mask, this exhausts you and can make you kids feel anxious and troubled. You have to model adaptability to them.”

Kids should also practice not touching their faces before their return to the classroom. “This is one of the hardest things is that people touch our eyes, nose, and mouth constantly and now we need to train ourselves not to,” Jodi explained.

“For kids, especially if they have been home all this time, haven’t had to practice this yet. Try to come up with fun ways to learn not to touch one’s face. The masks may help with this, but there may be times when there is physically distancing possible and they may take masks off, like during lunch, before washing their hands and not having ever had to have this awareness, they may need to practice this. Rather than increasing anxiety, normalize this so your kids feel like taking smart action is an empowered way to live free of worry.”

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It’s also important to prepare kids for conflicts with their peers regarding masks and personal space.

“This situation may increase times when other children aren’t respecting your child’s space,” Jodi noted.

“Some kids are not kinesthetically aware and may need to be reminded frequently to physically distance. Help your kids find the words to ask for space when they are in these situations. Practice doing this until they feel more comfortable.”


If your kid heads back to school and is struggling the space boundaries and other children, Jodi thinks you should make the teacher and any other adults in the room aware of the situation so that everyone is on the same page.

“A conversation is to be had with the adults to help keep the other child away from your child,” she noted.

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It’s also as important as ever for parents to address bullying with their children. “One consequence of people feeling out of control is that they bully others to try to get a sense of control back,” she points out.

“Just like every other year, make sure you speak to your kids about what to do if and when they are bullied. Get close to an adult, tell an adult, and tell you so you can decide next steps together.”

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Parents may be more hesitant to reach out to already-overwhelmed teachers this year. It’s as important as ever to keep teachers in the loop right now, Jodi explains.

“Each teacher lets parents know how to reach them, whether it is by email or phone. Teachers may be overwhelmed but they are sensitive to what kids might be going through, so they are available to talk,” she says.

“They appreciate parents reaching out to co-support the kids. Go into the conversation assuming you are working together for the common good of your child. Acknowledge how hard this must be for them, too. Let them know what you are hearing and observing. Ask how you can support them.”

We’re all venturing into new territory as we head back to schools and workplaces. Your kids will be more prepared if they can go into situations feeling prepared to handle things as they happen.

“You want to help your kids think of themselves as empowered problem solvers,” Jodi said.

“Find out what exactly they are anxious about. This will inform what actions you can suggest they take to help them see themselves as empowered problem-solvers.”

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