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By Fatih Eroglu The Danny Garcia vs. Keith Thurman fight has been settled, and now we can move on to the next fight for the victorious Keith Thurman.

By Fatih Eroglu We are only 2 days away with two outstanding welterweights for the 147 lb. title unification between Danny Garcia (33-0, 19 KO’s) and Keith Thurman (27-0, 1 NC, 22 KO’s). The fight is going to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

25 reviews of Graziano's Pizzeria "Best garden salad in town. Loaded with provolone to boot. Will try the pizza next. Check out their giant iPod in the back room!"

196 reviews of Hakkasan "Hakkasan is far from being the new kid on the block, making its bold debut back in 2001 it was full of Eastern promise. Fast forward 15 years ...

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FILE - In this March 2, 2017, photo, President Donald Trump gestures as he speaks to Navy and shipyard personnel aboard nuclear aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport

FILE - In this March 2, 2017, photo, President Donald Trump gestures as he speaks to Navy and shipyard personnel aboard nuclear aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va. The ongoing stories of ties between President Donald Trump and Russian officials have challenged, amused, angered and inspired spy novelists. The Cold War ended decades ago, but writers now see a new wave of possible plot twists and plots to avoid. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

Melissa McCarthy comes into her own as a comic star in Spy , stepping out from recent supporting- and co-headlining roles to become the big screen A-lister she promised to be in 2011's Bridesmaids . Lampooning the alpha-male conventions of the secret agent flick while transferring some of that badassery to an unlikely character, writer-director Paul Feig remains one of the best friends women in comedy have, managing to get yuks from fat-lady jokes while mocking a world that treats such women like they're invisible. Laugh-stuffed and making excellent use of its marquee-grade supporting cast, it promises to be a home run in its early summer release.

McCarthy's Susan Cooper starts off where we'd expect to find a woman like her in a blockbuster action film: as one of the anonymous keyboard jockeys behind the hero, Jude Law 's Bond-like Bradley Fine. She's the voice in his earpiece, watching via satellite and doing his homework so he can magically dodge each attacker and infiltrate any fortress. She's also hopelessly in love with him, a fact Fine exploits with shameless "I couldn't do it without you" flirting.

While she bounces around exotic locales in pursuit of Byrne's suitcase-sized nuclear device, Cooper's biggest headache is not the villains but the good guys: As a British spy who can't stand to be sidelined while a woman does his job, Jason Statham keeps popping up where he's not supposed to be, trying to take down the baddies but just making things worse. (Statham is surprisingly good at sending up this macho numbskull's overconfidence, especially when he tries to establish his bona fides with a hilariously outlandish list of things he's endured in the line of duty.)