Now that UFC president Dana White is back in Las Vegas after a frantic three-cards-in-eight-days stretch in Jacksonville, Florida, he said the promotion will turn its attention to the future during a matchmaking meeting Tuesday. The first order of business likely will be filling up the cards on May 30 and June 6, although the locations are still to be determined. White said if Nevada doesn’t relax its pandemic-induced guidelines enough to allow him to hold cards at the Apex facility on the UFC’s campus, he’ll move the May 30 event to Arizona , which has welcomed back pro sports. The hope is June 6 will be at the Apex. Once those cards are filled, White eventually will have to take a look at several possible blockbusters for the summer and fall, including Kamaru Usman ‘s defense of his welterweight crown, the long-awaited Stipe Miocic – Daniel Cormier trilogy bout, and who’s next for light heavyweight Jon Jones , who has been flirting on social media with the idea of moving up to heavyweight to take on Francis Ngannou. White also has some fallout from the first Jacksonville card to deal with as Henry Cejudo announced his retirement on May 9, but skeptics believe Cejudo was sending a message to White that he wants more money. So what’s next for the bantamweight champ?
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Register – Forgot Password. By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. Netflix has launched a new reality series titled Indian Matchmaking , and the show is sparking some very mixed reactions from viewers. The show stars elite Indian matchmaker Sima Taparia, who gets to know a number of single millennials — “from Houston to Chicago to Mumbai” — who are over app dating, and want to try more traditional methods of meeting romantic partners.
In some cases, their family members join them for their first dates. The eight-episode first season is now streaming on Netflix , and has been generating a lot of chatter on social media. Some viewers are enjoying the show, but others are put off by the way they feel it approaches the concept — and reality — of arranged marriages. Others seem to feel that it reveals issues of sexism, colorism and classism. Scroll down to read some of the varying opinions on Indian Matchmaking.
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Emily Zanotti, a married mother of 5-month-old twins and editor for the Daily Wire, is one such person paying attention to the woes of her single sisters and brothers in Christ. When she saw the speed dating conversation on Twitter, Zanotti somewhat off-handedly offered her matchmaking skills to anyone on Catholic Twitter who wanted to be set up. She asked interested parties to respond to her Tweet or send her a message with some contact information and personal information that she could use to follow up with them and find them a match.
The name CatholicYenta originally started off as a joke between Zanotti and one of her Jewish friends, who tagged her as the CatholicYenta when she found out what Zanotti was doing. Zanotti is combing through each one, following up with phone calls with each applicant, and doing what she does best — personally introducing couples whom she thinks would make a good match.
She said most of this will be done through email. For good matches, Zanotti said she pays attention to personality traits and senses of humor the most, she said, as well as if they have similar tastes in blogs or podcasts or other media.
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Catholic-specific online dating options have also, until recently, been quite limited. Times are tough in the Catholic dating world, but there are people who are paying attention – and trying to change the game. Emily Zanotti, a married mother of 5-month-old twins and editor for the Daily Wire, is one such person paying attention to the woes of her single sisters and brothers in Christ. When she saw the speed dating conversation on Twitter, Zanotti somewhat off-handedly offered her matchmaking skills to anyone on Catholic Twitter who wanted to be set up.
She asked interested parties to respond to her Tweet or send her a message with some contact information and personal information that she could use to follow up with them and find them a match. The name CatholicYenta originally started off as a joke between Zanotti and one of her Jewish friends, who tagged her as the CatholicYenta when she found out what Zanotti was doing. Zanotti is combing through each one, following up with phone calls with each applicant, and doing what she does best – personally introducing couples whom she thinks would make a good match.