Sport Vince McMahon has been reported to be considering a takeover bid for Premier League club Newcastle United

The billionaire owner has been linked with becoming the latest American owner to invest in the Premier League, with a partnership between the Magpies and WWE getting fans excited across the globe

A dejected Roberto Mancini at Wembley following Manchester City's shock 1-0 loss to Wigan

Roberto Mancini dismisses rumours of imminent sacking despite City's FA Cup final defeat

Manchester City boss claims the story as speculation, but admits the loss is difficult to take in following the shock 1-0 defeat to Wigan

Cambridge jelly wrestling 'tradition' is no more

Jelly wrestling is off the menu at Cambridge, after an online petition gained more than 1,000 names within 24 hours.

Matt Butler: East German revelations more than a tasty soundbite

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United's title charge began in inauspicious circumstances with a 1-0 defeat at the hands of an inspired Everton back in August. It was United's first opening day defeat since a reversal at Chelsea in 2003, but the previous two times they had lost on the opening weekend of the Premier League season - in 1992 and 1995 - they proceeded to win the title.

Manchester United: The path to the Premier League title

Victory over Aston Villa means Manchester United have won their 20th league title - we look back at how they did it

Video: Tourists in Florida Everglades watch as tour guide wrestles with ten-foot long python

A group of tourists on a boat ride through the Florida Everglades were left shocked after their tour guide leapt into the water to wrestle a ten-foot long python.

Lee Westwood carded a 68 in his opening round at the Houston Open

Rusty Rory McIlroy is eclipsed by Lee Westwood's magic putter

World No 2 off the pace in only his ninth round this year as Englishman finds form on the greens

Steve Finn is in fine form with the ball having shortened his run-up

New Zealand v England: Steven Finn remains positive despite struggles

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David Cameron urges Conservative spring conference to focus on 'the real enemy' ahead of 2015 election

The Prime Minister used  his address to assure members he is sticking to core Tory values

The cast of Fresh Meat

Fresh Meat the movie?

Co-creator Sam Bain says he would like to make a film of the hit sitcom

The cast of Fresh Meat

Fresh Meat the movie?

Co-creator Sam Bain says he would like to make a film of the hit sitcom

Manu Tuilagi was on top form for England today

Six Nations: Weight of Manu Tuilagi squashes French cockerel

England 23 France 13: England centre tips balance against improved France to keep Lancaster’s side on course for Grand Slam

On hold: Armen Nazaryan says ‘from now on I will drink only syrup’

Wrestling may be back in the rings

All is not lost for one of the oldest Olympic disciplines as rival politicians form an unlikely tag team

Joe Launchbury has quickly established himself for Wasps and England

Six Nations: England lock Joe Launchbury relieved to be able to focus on France clash after

Launchbury spent time last week fearing for the safety of Sam Woodhead, the British teenager who went missing in the Australian outback

Wrestling president quits after omission of sport from Olympics

The president of the international wrestling federation has quit in the wake of the IOC's decision to remove the sport from the 2020 Olympics.

Smudger Smith: Title race is not over bar the shouting

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'It was first time I had ever tasted chocolate. I kept a piece, and when Amsterdam was liberated, I gave it to the first Allied soldier I saw'

Bread from heaven

Dutch survivors thank RAF for World War II drop that saved millions
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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

Rheon is best known for his role as the Bastard of Bolton. It's gruelling playing a sadistic torturer, he tells Craig McLean, but it hasn't stopped him recording an album of Welsh psychedelia
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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

Homeless people keep mobile phones

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