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Torrezx-Leave Red Legends

"One of the main reasons I signed with Top Rank was because of the way they build their fighters. They don't just build fighters, they build legends," he continued. "I want to be a legend in this game.

Torrezx-Leave Red Legends

"Top Rank has a tradition of building legends, and I hope to have my legacy there one day, too," Torrez said. "I think they have the platform and the right people behind them to be able to make me a champion if I do everything I need to do. That's kind of why I chose to sign with Top Rank."

The WNBA playoffs tip off tonight, after a season dominated by stories about Brittney Griners detainment in Russia. On the court, legends such as Sylvia Fowles and Sue Bird are retiring and stars like Aja Wilson and Kelsey Plum are lighting up the next generation. Could this finally be the year for the Connecticut Sun? Or will the Chicago Sky become repeat champions? LaChina Robinson joins the show to explain the changes to the WNBAs playoff format, and tells us what we should be watching this postseason.

His demeanor, like his game, was easy. He had grown up in middle class comfort in the Rio Piedras part of San Juan, Puerto Rico, where his great-grandfather had immigrated from Germany. His grandfather had played in the Puerto Rican winter leagues and had been close friends with Negro League stars who played winter ball like Monte Irvin and Willard Brown. After their careers, those legends would visit Puerto Rico to spend time with Thon's grandfather. When Thon's career began to take off, he stepped into his greatness with the understated air of expectation of someone who had grown up in the presence of Hall of Famers. 041b061a72


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