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KRASH July 2017

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Brock Lesnar looks to finally lay his biggest challenge to rest when The Beast challenges Goldberg for the WWE Universal Championship. Plus, The Undertaker and Roman Reigns clash in singles action, Bayley defends the RAW Women’s Championship against Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax, and more. Plus, a special music performance by Pitbull and Flo Rida! ENTER TO WIN To celebrate the home release of WrestleMania 33 we have 20 DVD copies to give away! For your chance to win simply go to page6for details on how to either post or email your entry. Good luck! For full terms and conditions please go to, or just click ‘Terms and Conditions’ at the bottom of the home page.…

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smelly shoe showdown

New York City recently hosted the 42nd National Rotten Sneaker Contest where competitors were challenged to submit their worst smelling shoe. 12-year-old, Connor Slocombe claimed first prize of $2,500, Broadway show tickets, and the induction into the Odor Eaters Hall of Fumes. Held at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square, all four judges cringed at the stench of Slocombe’s sneaker. Chemical specialist at NASA, George Aldrich, described three distinct smells as, “One is the very putrid and then, the pungent that kind of gets up your nose and makes your eyes water...And then the heave part, which is just an involuntary reaction.” Slocombe suggested his success was thanks to an aunty who, “owns a farm and sometimes I help out, so when I see animal poop I’ll step in…

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canine ice cream

Dog owners can now treat their pet’s sweet tooth cravings at the Don Paletto parlor in Mexico City. Although offering a variety of frozen cone and lollipop products especially made for animals, the Mexican capital cafe claims most of the treats are also safe for humans. Double win! Made from natural yoghurt and lactobacilli bacteria, the doggy ice cream can assist with digestion, whereas, regular ice cream can cause stomach pains and upsets in canines. Don Paletto owner, Mauricio Montoya, advertises flavours such as “Gentleman” and “Lucky Lucky” on the shop’s board and invites pets to enjoy the frozen treats from a stick, a cone or out of a bowl. One happy customer, Liliana, said, “To eat the same food every day must be pretty boring for them... I come…

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iceberg attraction

A large iceberg visible from the shore in Ferryland on the Canadian east coast has quickly become a popular tourist attraction. Towering over the picturesque town, the Canadian Ice Service believe it to be between 46 and 73 metres high and between 122 and 204 metres long. Photographer, Jody Martin, explained her “Iceberg Alley” experience as, “a beautiful day and a lot of happy faces... Everyone seems to enjoy the beauty of the huge iceberg.” Created by a combination of currents that transport Arctic ice southward along the Newfoundland coast, meteorologists claim it is rare for such a large iceberg to be located so close to the shore. According to the International Ice Patrol, 648 icebergs have been spotted in just one week compared to an average of 212 in…

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dated dinosaur eggs

A collection of fossilised dinosaur eggs unearthed on a building site in China are believed to be from 70 million years ago. The shells, found near Foshan in the southeast of the country were preserved in red sandstone eight metres under the ground. It is suspected the round shaped eggs once belonged to plant-eating phytophagous dinosaurs from the late Cretaceous period and are now being studied further by scientists. Qiu Licheng, from Guangdong’s Archaeological Institute, confirmed, “We found five eggs: three were destroyed, but they are still visible. The other two have their imprints on the stone.” Similar discoveries have been made previously in the Foshan region which have proved valuable for archaeologists. Foshan’ s chief Geologist, Liu Jianxiong, said, “This discovery is very important to our research on paleoclimate…