the twentieth day of September 11? Here’s what it will do – Libero Quotidiano

the twentieth day of September 11? Here’s what it will do – Libero Quotidiano
the twentieth day of September 11? Here’s what it will do – Libero Quotidiano

L’Sept. 11 marks the twentieth anniversary of the attack at twin towers but the former president Donald Trump will not attend any celebration. The former president of the United States, in fact, has signed a contract for to comment a special ofboxing event on Saturday with Evander Holyfield against Vitor Belfort. According to the Triller Fite company, the son, Donald Trump Jr will join the former president at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Florida. “I love big boxers and big fights,” said Trump. “I’m looking forward to seeing them this Saturday night and sharing my thoughts in the ring. You won’t want to miss this special event,” he added.

Father and son will comment on the main fight, which includes four matches including Anderson Silva-Tito Ortiz and David Haye-Joe Fournier. Holyfield, the 58-year-old former heavyweight champion, was called in to replace Covid-19 positive Oscar de la Hoya. Belfort, 44, is a former UFC light heavyweight champion. Trump hosted many boxing matches in the 1980s and 1990s at his Atlantic City casinos.

The event, of course, coincides with the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks that Trump last year celebrated for the last time as president with a minute of silence aboard Air Force One and a speech in Shanksville. , in Pennsylvania, in honor of those who died on Flight 93 which crashed to the ground during the hijacking. Passengers and crew sacrificed themselves to prevent the realization of the terrorists’ plan of crashing it on the Capitol.

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