Buster Douglas Khabib Could Beat Mayweather Boxing … ‘Anything Can Happen’


If you think Khabib has NO CHANCE to beat Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match, one of the biggest underdogs in sports history is here to tell you … YOU’RE WRONG … and he’s proof.

We talked to James “Buster” Douglas in NYC, the man who stepped into the ring back in 1990 as a 42-1 underdog to Mike Tyson, and WON … and he told us not to count out Khabib.

“Anybody got a chance, anything can happen.”

We know what you’re thinking, Buster was a boxer and Khabib is primarily a wrestler, but BD doesn’t care, he thinks Khabib’s combat sports pedigree make him a threat.

“He’s an athlete.”

BTW — the fight between Khabib & Floyd is still just talk, but both sides have said they’re interested and willing to do it for the right price.

Mayweather is getting older and Khabib did drop Conor with a big right … so maybe Buster’s right. 

Nah, probably not

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Sylvester Stallone ’99 Percent Certain’ Mayweather Pacquiao Rematch Will Happen

Sylvester Stallone says he’s almost positive Floyd Mayweather will accept Manny Pacquiao’s challenge and take a rematch with the boxer in the near future … and Sly’s spelling it out for “TMZ Sports.” “I think it’s about 99% certain it’s gonna…


Farrah Abraham: I Want to Date My Clone! Can We Make That Happen?

The Maxim Hot 100 event took place in Los Angeles over the weekend. For some reason, Farrah Abraham was there.

While there, Farrah took a break from dreaming about giving her daughter plastic surgery and spoke about her favorite subject — herself.

Specifically, she spoke about the dos and don’ts of dating, and mentioned that her ideal boyfriend would just be a boy version of herself.

At the The Hollywood Palladium on Saturday, July 21, Farrah Abraham spoke to Us Weekly about her romantic life.

And she describes her perfect man.

“Look,” Farrah says. “If I could find a clone of me in a man, I’d date him.”

If went into shock and are suddenly covered with cold sweat at the thought of a clone of Farrah … you are not alone.

“Yes,” Farrah affirms.

We can only imagine that a male clone of Farrah would be delighted to find someone willing to actually date him.

If you, whether you’re a Farrah Clone or simply some person who for whatever reason thinks that dating Farrah might be a non-horrifying activity, she has some advice.

“I don’t even like pick-up lines,” Farrah reveals.

Honestly, who does? The really good ones are rare, and even then, they’re mostly just good for receiving in a text so that you can screencap them for a viral post on social media.

“I think recently,” Farrah recalls. “A guy just like invited me and my daughter to go like boogie board or do something.”

While inviting a child on dates isn’t always appropriate, of course, showing that you’re happy to include someone’s child can be a great move when you’re dating a single parent.

Farrah says that she accepted the invite, “and it turned out to be an amazing day.”

“We met in person,” Farrah explains of this unnamed mystery man. “Actually at one of our agencies I work with.”

“I didn’t know him,” she reveals. “He didn’t know me.”

Oh, that might explain why he asked her out, then.

Farrah explains how she responded to his overture: “It was just like, OK, let’s just like meet up and go out.”

Yep. That’s how it works.

“And it was just very nice,” Farrah says. “So we loved it.”

Farrah continues, and seems to refer to her ex, stunt performer Aden Shay.

“I need to watch whom I date,” Farrah laments. “As many men target me for my success.”

Well, success is relative. But most would consider it a red flag if some dude wants to ride Farrah’s coattails to Farrah levels of fame.

“I’m focused on work right now,” Farrah clarifies. “Between TV and film projects.”

As you may recall, Farrah thinks that J.J. Abrams is going to make a movie about her life.

Farrah’s mind is . . . one of a kind. Until she makes this clone thing happen, we suppose.

Even surrounded by the women whom Maxim considers to be the most beautiful on the planet, Farrah was feeling very confident on Saturday.

“I’m feeling sexy. I’m feeling really sexy tonight,” she announced. “I’m wearing Fashion Nova, and I’m feeling really hot.”

Well, it’s L.A. in July. It’s a sun-baked dessert.

Farrah does reveal that she wants to keep her “dating life low-key.”

We’ll believe it when we don’t hear about it.


Roseanne Spinoff: Might It Actually Happen?!?

If at first you succeed, try again.

Such was the thinking behind the Roseanne reboot, which took a classic sitcom and revived it for the year 2018… to surprisingly strong ratings.

But then Roseanne Barr opened her often-racist mouth, ABC canceled the series and now a source alleges that executives are contemplating a second line of thinking:

If at first you succeed, and then you try again successfully until your star proves herself to be an irredeemable dirtbag… well… try again. Again.

In other, less complicated:

A Roseanne spinoff is in the works at ABC.

Insiders close to the situation say that network higher-ups are thinking of re-branding Roseanne and centering it on Sara Gilbert’s character of Darlene.

The thinking is that:

  1. The Roseanne brand still resonates with millions of viewers.
  2. Gilbert is far, far, far less of a terrible person than Barr.

Gilbert has supposedly been calling co-stars to gauge their interest in such a show, with John Goodman described by TMZ as “very interested.”

These same television sources say Tom Werner, who produced Roseanne through his company Carsey-Werner, is involved in the effort to reboot the show around Sara.

Just three days ago, Roseanne quipped about former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett, saying she was a mixture of an “ape” and the “Muslim Brotherhood.”

In a statement mere hours later, Channing Dungey, president of ABC, did not hedge in the any way, shape or form when she said the following:

Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show.

So that was that… until Roseanne blamed the use of Ambien for her racist remark.

She also went after any colleague who dared to call out her awful viewpoints on life, one of whom was Gilbert hereslf.

Here is what Gilbert said the day Roseanne’s Tweet went viral:

Roseanne’s recent comments about Valerie Jarrett, and so much more, are abhorrent and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show.

I am disappointed in her actions to say the least.

Elsewhere, showrunner Bruce Helford said he was “horrified and saddened” by the insult.

Barr was later dropped by her talent agency ICM Partners; while TV Land, Paramount Network, CMT and Hulu all announced that Roseanne reruns were being yanked.

But would there be interest nationwide in a Darlene-centric sitcom?

It would not lack for publicity, that’s for sure.

“Don’t feel sorry for me, guys!!,” Roseanne Tweeted at one point this week, adding:

“I just want to apologize to the hundreds of people and wonderful writers (all liberal) and talented actors who lost their jobs on my show due to my stupid tweet.”

Well, not at least one of those talented actors may end up with an even better job.

But why do we doubt Roseanne will be happy for her?


Dana White Says Canelo-GGG Fight Will Happen, ‘There’s Too Much Money Involved’

Canelo Alvarez is suspended, but his rematch with Gennady Golovkin – only 36 days away — will go on, according to Dana White … ‘cause there’s too much damn money on the line. We saw Dana in L.A. and asked him about the most anticipated…