WWE star Ali shares his routine during holy month of Ramadan

WWE star Ali has spoken to the public about the details of his life during the holy month of Ramadan and how he changes the system of his training program during the month. (Screenshot/WWE)
Updated 14 May 2019
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WWE star Ali shares his routine during holy month of Ramadan

  • The performer said that the holy month is “extremely important” to him
  • Tickets for WWE Super ShowDown at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah on sale on Sunday

LONDON: WWE star Ali has spoken to the public about the details of his life during the holy month of Ramadan and how he changes the system of his training program during the month in addition to his family habits.

The performer said that the holy month is “extremely important” to him, saying that when something is as special as Ramadan to someone, one is willing to make sacrifices and think of those without access to food.

Tickets for WWE Super ShowDown at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia will be available this Sunday — May 19 — at 7pm via www.sharek.sa. Ticket prices start at 25 SAR25 ($6.70).

The Saudi General Sports Authority is hosting WWE Super ShowDown on Friday, June 7 at 9pm and feature the first-ever match between WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg and Undertaker. In addition, the event will include Triple H vs. Randy Orton, as they create another chapter of their storied rivalry, and a 50-Man Battle Royal— the largest in WWE history.

WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, AJ Styles and Brock Lesnar are also scheduled to compete.

Additional details on the event’s matches and regional broadcast information will be announced in the coming weeks.


CEO of Qatar’s BeIn TV channel, former Athletics chief under probe for alleged corruption

Updated 22 May 2019
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CEO of Qatar’s BeIn TV channel, former Athletics chief under probe for alleged corruption

  • Investigating magistrates are considering charging Yousef Al-Obaidly with active corruption
  • There were allegation of corruption in the bidding process for this year’s World Athletics Championships in Doha

PARIS: The boss of Qatari television channel BeIn, Yousef Al-Obaidly, and ex-athletics chief Lamine Diack, have been under investigation since March over alleged corruption in the bidding process for this year’s World Athletics Championships in Doha, sources told AFP on Tuesday.
Investigating magistrates are considering charging Al-Obaidly with active corruption, while Diack will act as a key witness in the matter and will be charged with passive corruption.
The championships take place at the Khalifa International Stadium between September 27 and October 6.
Earlier this week AFP learned that Diack and his son Papa Massata Diack may go on trial in a separate matter, for allegedly obstructing sanctions against Russia for doping in return for payments.
Prosecutors have recommended Diack, who was president of the International Association of Athletics Federations from 1999 to 2015, be tried for corruption and money laundering.