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February 23, 2022

Sports Team Recognizes COVID Shots Impede Performance!

by @ 5:38 pm. Filed under Sports

February 14, 2022

Graphene at The Super Bowl!

by @ 6:27 pm. Filed under Sports

THE SUPER BOWL 56 HALFTIME SHOW ILLUMlNATl EXP0SED! (EMINEM, DR DRE, SNOOP)

October 18, 2021

Unvaccinated NHL Player Best Athlete on the Ice

by @ 7:03 pm. Filed under Sports
Unvaccinated NHL Player Best Athlete on the Ice – Scores 4 Goals in First Game

May 21, 2021

The Real Dirt In The NFL

by @ 2:36 pm. Filed under Sports

June 9, 2008

The Prosperity Doctrine Fails Evander Holyfield. Unable to Keep Boxing at Top Level, to Keep Debts Paid.

by @ 5:55 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade, Sports

I honestly feel like Evander Holyfield might be a guy who loves the Lord, but being fairly naive he’s been played by pulpit pimps all over. His status basically attracts evil like a magnet. He used to hang with Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. and once gave Toufik Benedictus Hinn (aka Benny Hinn) a bunch of money after a supposed healing, that was later found to be nothing but a misdiagnosis. Well now he’s got money problems and the “total life prosperity” (heresy) didn’t give him the physical ability to keep fighting at the top of the boxing game.

Evander Holyfield Tries to Hold On: Says $10M Home Won’t Be Foreclosed

By Jon Shanks
Jun 9, 2008

Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield has denied that his home will be foreclosed and is trying to hold on to the property. The legendary boxer told the Associated Press, “Everything is all right with the house now.” A legal notice that ran on Wednesday in a small local newspaper said Holyfield’s estate will be auctioned off “at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash” at the Fayette County courthouse on July 1.

News.Com in Australia reports that the 54,000-square-foot home has 109 rooms, including 17 bathrooms, three kitchens and a bowling alley. The estate is valued at $10 million. The boxing champ says, he’s not broke — “I’m just not liquid.”

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So what went wrong? For one thing Holyfield, has at least nine children and the report claims that Holyfield’s handlers allegedly told the mother of one of his children that he will no longer be able to make his $3,000-a-month support payment. The report details more financial woes as well. A federal lawsuit was filed about two weeks ago in Utah seeking repayment of over $500,000 in loans allegedly made to Holyfield in late 2006 and early 2007 to pay for landscaping on the estate.

Holyfield fought prize fights for nearly a quarter century and likely made hundreds of millions of dollars. He now joins TV pitchman Ed McMahon with his high profile possible foreclosure of former multi-millionaire celebrities that might lose their homes.

I really hope Holyfield is now worshiping with a group of saints teaching sound doctrine. But his life is an example of how the prosperity doctrine is not all it’s trumped up to be. Evander named and claimed wins for some fights and lost. He’s not a contender for anything in boxing now. He’s got money trouble and he’s “not liquid”. In this market, selling big trucks and houses is not easy.

We all know Evander while claiming the Lord’s name has continually been found in sexual immorality and has had marriage after marriage. And usually if someone is having an affair outside the marriage it’s him. So he’s been all messed up in many adulteries. It’s such a convoluted mess, I won’t even attempt to explain or sort it all out. I will say he’s never attempted to act like God approved of any time he’s been caught in immorality, far as I know and that’s a good thing. I just hope he gets his life together and lives godly.

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