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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow doesn’t plan on spending any of his NFL contract money.

According to The Score, Burrow said during a recent Periscope stream that he’ll live off of his endorsement cash and put away his contract money. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)


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“I don’t plan on spending any contract money.

I’m just gonna live off the marketing money and let that accrue in my bank account,” Burrow told the media.

Burrow just signed a deal with the Bengals worth more than $36 million.


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This is a really smart plan from Burrow. He’s going to make a ton of money in the NFL over the next four years, and he’ll be able to live forever off of that money if he stashes it away.

I have no idea how much money he’ll make in endorsements, but I have no doubt it’ll be more than enough to live on.


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Believe it or not, you don’t need to buy every fancy thing you want. You can get by with less, and you can save your money for down the road.

People in all professions need to learn how to save money, and it sounds like Burrow is well ahead of the curve.


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If he saves all his NFL money, then he’ll have plenty of cash in the bank by the time he retires. Props to him for being responsible.

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Rachael Ostovich moans ‘weight cut starts now’ as UFC beauty prepares for ring return after eight-month anti-doping ban

UFC star Rachael Ostovich has started her big weight cut early - as she plans her return.

The Hawaiian flyweight, 29, has served an eight-month suspension for breaking doping rules.

2Ostovich can't wait to get back in the Octagon but is not looking forward to losing weightCredit: Instagram / @rachelostovich 2Fans cannot wait to see the Hawaiian fighter back in actionCredit: Instagram / @rachelostovich

She was initially banned for a year but this was reduced to eight months - a time in which she found a new way to entertain her legions of fans.

The 29-year-old has bombarded them with playful selfies, promoting everything from bikins to CBD oil.

There was also an unfortunate incident with her dog in a swimming pool after it "clawed" her boob.

But the hard work has been taking place in the gym.

And she said the weight loss starts now - something loads of us will have muttered to ourselves during lockdown.

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Posting a shot of herself wearing her UFC fight kit in front of a mirror, Ostovich wrote, "Good news: I’m cleared to fight next month. Bad news: Weight cut starts now lol."

The post garnered more than 50,000 likes and many commented saying how excited they are to have her back.

One wrote: "Get it girl!"

Another commented: "Can't wait."

A fellow fan posted: "The hottest fighter!"

While a fellow user wrote: "She's back!"

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“If you never know failure, you will never know success.” -Sugar Ray Leonard

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Ostovich was banned after testing positive for Ostarine, which can be used for the treatment of conditions such as muscle wasting.

It was discovered in a batch of tainted supplements.

No fight has yet been announced for Ostovich's return so a future opponent is still up in the air.

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