In an emotional TV reunion, Drew Barrymore and ex-boyfriend Justin Long declare their undying love for one another.

When she met with her ex Justin Long on her self-titled chat show on Sunday, Drew Barrymore was unable to contain her emotions.

The actor, 44, whom the actress, 47, dated from 2007 to 2010, joined her on The Drew Barrymore Show, and she wiped away tears while saying she will “always adore” him.

Before sitting down in the studio to discuss the “hedonistic” times of their relationship, the Charlie’s Angels actress gave her former a warm embrace and remarked that they had “gone through so much together.”

I will always love you so deeply, Drew remarked. You held such significance for me. I sincerely appreciate your kindness. We seem to have experienced so much together.

I always wanted to show you how different I was from when we dated by saying, “You know I’ve really grown up Justin,” whenever we would talk or Facetime.

You were the finest, Justin retorted. That’s what we did; we laughed a lot. In fact, our love of humour and our need to laugh constantly made this aspect of our relationship quite strong.

Elias Theodorou, a former UFC fighter, died at age 34.

Elias Theodorou, a former middleweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), who rose to fame on the combat sports reality series The Ultimate Fighter: “Nations,” went unexpectedly on September 11 at the age of 34 after a long battle with Stage 4 liver cancer.

Aaron Bronsteter of TSN was the first to report Theodorou’s passing.

The Canadian middleweight’s mixed martial arts (MMA) career came to an end with a respectable 19-3 record, and he was 8-3 when competing for the UFC before being let go in May 2019 after a lacklustre loss to Derek Brunson at UFC Fight Night 151.

Theodorou was the first participant in all of North America to fulfil his long-held objective of receiving a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) for cannabis. Theodorou had long been a prominent advocate for the medical use of marijuana in the sport of MMA. He suffered from bilateral neuropathy, which is nerve damage in his upper extremities, as a result of an accident that left his hand fractured in four places and broken in two.

Sam Martin signed with the Bills on a deal that benefited the team.

Sam Martin, a punter, was added to the Buffalo Bills roster on August 31, but the specifics of his contract weren’t made public until just recently. Martin reportedly negotiated a deal that was favourable to the franchise in order to play for what many pundits believe to be a Super Bowl-caliber squad.

A one-year, $1,272,500 deal between Martin and the Bills has a $1,047,000 cap charge for Buffalo.

In contrast to Corliss Waitman, an undrafted free agent who had most recently played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and only carried a $825,000 cap hit, Martin was scheduled to make $2.25 million with his former team, the Denver Broncos. However, after reportedly refusing to accept a pay cut during the offseason, Waitman found himself in a position to challenge Martin.

In the end, the Broncos dismissed Martin, which allowed him to sign with Buffalo.

That choice had many factors, Martin recently remarked. But let’s put it this way: I believe I ended up in the correct place overall. I’ve been in the league for ten years. Though technically the money is more essential to me, there are many other aspects. Being a part of a team of this calibre is one of them. the local culture alone. Many factors came into play. Where I wanted to go, where I wanted to play, and where I believed was the best match for me as a player didn’t necessarily depend on money.

Martin, who was selected by the Detroit Lions in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, spent the previous two seasons with Von Miller, who also signed with the Buffalo Bills this summer, in Denver. He had played 123 games, averaged 46.3 yards per punt, and had 191 of his 527 career punts go inside the 20-yard line when he arrived in Buffalo.

The experience Martin had holding the ball for place kicks, in the opinion of Bills general manager Brandon Beane, was one of his greatest contributions to the team. According to Beane, it was crucial for the organisation to sign a veteran with this background.

The 2022 NFL season opening against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday, September 8 served as Martin’s debut game as a Buffalo Bill, and it confirmed Beane’s point. Martin wasn’t even asked to punt once as the Buffalo offence spent the most of the game getting the ball into the end zone. But in Buffalo’s 31-10 victory over the Rams, he paired up with long snapper Reid Ferguson and kicker Tyler Bass, and the trio expertly executed the snap-hold-kick sequence for four extra points and a field goal.

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