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November 1, 2005 | From Associated Press
Sylvester Stallone has a case of sequelitis. The 59-year-old celebrity will write and direct "Rocky Balboa," the sixth film in that franchise, with shooting set to begin next year. When that's finished, he will reprise his role as gun-toting John Rambo in "Rambo IV," said Ben Nedivi of Millennium Films, which is producing the project with Emmett/Furla Films.
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November 26, 2005 | Robert W. Welkos, Times Staff Writer
Reporter: "Rocky, the press has labeled you a 'Balboasauras' who should be in a museum. With all the 'ring rust,' how do you think you'll hold up against the champ?" Rocky: "Well, ya really don't know much about nobody until ya lend 'em money or punch 'em hard." * YES, as implausible as it might seem, Rocky Balboa is back for Round 6.
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November 26, 2005 | Robert W. Welkos, Times Staff Writer
Reporter: "Rocky, the press has labeled you a 'Balboasauras' who should be in a museum. With all the 'ring rust,' how do you think you'll hold up against the champ?" Rocky: "Well, ya really don't know much about nobody until ya lend 'em money or punch 'em hard." * YES, as implausible as it might seem, Rocky Balboa is back for Round 6.
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November 1, 2005 | From Associated Press
Sylvester Stallone has a case of sequelitis. The 59-year-old celebrity will write and direct "Rocky Balboa," the sixth film in that franchise, with shooting set to begin next year. When that's finished, he will reprise his role as gun-toting John Rambo in "Rambo IV," said Ben Nedivi of Millennium Films, which is producing the project with Emmett/Furla Films.
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March 14, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Sylvester Stallone faces a stiff fine for allegedly trying to bring vials of a muscle-building hormone into Australia, where it is restricted. Lawyers for Stallone, the 60-year-old star of the "Rocky" and "Rambo" movie franchises, represented him in a Sydney court on Tuesday where he faces one charge of importing a banned substance.
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December 7, 2007 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
LAS VEGAS -- Before the British invasion of fans arrived and started narrowing the odds by swarming the sports books, Floyd Mayweather Jr. stood as more than a 3-1 favorite to defeat England's Ricky Hatton on Saturday night. The thinking by the majority of astute boxing observers is that Mayweather is too fast for Hatton in all aspects, notably counter-punching, footwork and defense.
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June 19, 2008 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Barkley saw loss coming Charles Barkley made one of his many appearances on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Tuesday. This time, TNT colleagues Kenny Smith and Ernie Johnson Jr. were with him. The show tapes at 4 p.m., so it was a couple of hours before Game 6 of the NBA Finals. At the NBC Studios, Barkley was asked about that night's game. "Boston is going to win big," he said. "The Lakers don't deserve to win. They haven't been playing with any sense of urgency.
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