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WWE legend Bret Hart’s nephew Teddy in jail over New Years Day DUI arrest

WWE legend Bret Hart’s nephew Teddy Hart is back in jail in relation to a DUI on New Years Day. The Canadian wrestler — real name Edward Annis — was taken into custody on November 5 ahead of his next hearing. According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Hart was detained in early 2017 for driving under the influence […]

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WWE legend Bret Hart’s nephew Teddy Hart is back in jail in relation to a DUI on New Years Day.

The Canadian wrestler — real name Edward Annis — was taken into custody on November 5 ahead of his next hearing.

Teddy Hart, real name Edward Annis, is in jail over a DUI

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Hart was detained in early 2017 for driving under the influence and attempting to evade a lawful arrest.

He also allegedly made a dangerous traffic violation and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

Hart — who was the youngest person ever to sign a WWE contract at 18 — managed to deliver a message to his fans from jail through a friend on Twitter.

He said: “I want to give everyone an update on what’s going on with me because I know a lot of people are asking.

Teddy Hart is a former WWE star and well known on the independent scene
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Teddy Hart is the nephew of WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart
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“I am back in Texas right now and I’m waiting the next hearing on my court case from 2016.

“I have a great lawyer working for me and a lot of good people in my corner.


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“No matter what happens I know that I have to keep my head up.

“I beleive that God has a plan for me and I am prepared to face the consequences for my actions whatever they may be.

Teddy Hart was arrested on New Years Day but was taken back in on November 5
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“Thank you to all the fans and promoters and friends who have asked about me and are praying for me.

“I will see you all soon and hopefully have the opportunity to pick up where we left off.

“God Bless – Teddy Hart.”

Teddy  has a history of run ins with the law, including being cleared of rape accusations in 2014.

He is also known for bringing his cat, Mr Money, to the ring with him and is known for breeding the pets.

Reports claim the cat was licensed to him after a psychiatric evaluation.

And Hart is also known for once boasting that he made more money selling cats and marijuana than in wrestling.

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The Ashes: Live score and updates from the Gabba as Mark Stoneman and James Vince takes England to 59-1 at lunch

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Ashes 2017-18: England batsman Alastair Cook is dismissed after just 16 balls in First Test against Australia

ENGLAND’S Ashes campaign got off to the worst possible start after Alastair Cook was dismissed in just the third over. The former captain edged behind the 16th ball of the First Test from Mitchell Starc and Peter Handscomb took the catch at first slip. Cook had looked composed and untroubled in the first over, but […]

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ENGLAND’S Ashes campaign got off to the worst possible start after Alastair Cook was dismissed in just the third over.

The former captain edged behind the 16th ball of the First Test from Mitchell Starc and Peter Handscomb took the catch at first slip.

England batsman Alastair Cook is dismissed after just 16 balls
England batsman Alastair Cook is dismissed after just 16 balls
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Cook had looked composed and untroubled in the first over, but it was the Aussies celebrating soon after.

The tone for the entire series has frequently been set by what happens in the early skirmishes at Brisbane.

Or, in the case of Nasser Hussain’s decision to field first in 2002, before even a ball is bowled.

Remember Michael Slater hitting Phillip DeFreitas’ first ball for four in 1994 or Steve Harmison spearing his first delivery straight to Andrew Flintoff at second slip in 2006.

England captain Joe Root won the toss and opted to bat first
England captain Joe Root won the toss and opted to bat first
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Joe Root and Tim Paine shake hands before commencing battle in Brisbane
Joe Root and Tim Paine shake hands before commencing battle in Brisbane
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Opening batsman Alastair Cook makes his way onto the Gabba
Opening batsman Alastair Cook makes his way onto the Gabba
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David Warner was selected by Australia despite being an injury doubt
David Warner was selected by Australia despite being an injury doubt
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Joe Root won the toss and that gave Cook and Mark Stoneman an instant taste of the pace of Australia’s fast bowlers.

Australian vice-captain David Warner recovered from a neck strain to take his place in the line-up, and Shaun Marsh proved his fitness after reporting a sore back following practice on the eve of the match.

Root said England had three good warm-up matches and had gathered momentum.

England hold the Ashes after winning the 2015 series 3-2 at home, and have had the better of cricket’s oldest high-profile bilateral contests in the last decade with four wins in the last five series.

But the Australians swept England 5-0 in 2013-14 in the last Ashes series Down Under.

Root, who played four of the five Tests on his last trip to Australia, said there were no scars for his team.

He said: “For me it’s completely irrelevant what happened four years ago. We’ve won four of the last five Ashes.”

England's Alastair Cook came through the first over unfazed
England’s Alastair Cook came through the first over unfazed
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Australia bowler Mitchell Starc edges Alastair Cook early on
Australia bowler Mitchell Starc edges Alastair Cook early on
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Australia celebrate a successful start to the First Test of the Ashes
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Ashes 2017 first Test: What time does Australia vs England start tonight and what TV channel is it on?

JOE ROOT has a chance to retain the Ashes for England when they begin this year’s series in Brisbane. Alistair Cook’s England stormed to a 3-2 victory in 2015, and will be looking to retain the coveted trophy this year under new captain Root. FOLLOW ALL OF THE ACTION WITH OUR LIVE BLOG When is […]

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JOE ROOT has a chance to retain the Ashes for England when they begin this year’s series in Brisbane.

Alistair Cook’s England stormed to a 3-2 victory in 2015, and will be looking to retain the coveted trophy this year under new captain Root.

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When is the 2017-18 Ashes first test?

The series is currently in the practice stage, with the real action kicking off next week.

The opening Test will start next Thursday, November 23 at 12am GMT in the UK.

That Test concludes the following Monday, November 27.

Here is the full test schedule:

England's Ashes Test schedule

Nov 23-27 First Test (Brisbane) – midnight
Dec 2-6 Second Test (Adelaide) – 4am
Dec 14-18 Third Test (Perth) – 2.30am
Dec 26-30 Fourth Test (Melbourne) – 11.30pm (Xmas Day)
Jan 4-8 Fifth Test (Sydney) – 11.30pm (Jan 3 GMT)

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Where can I watch the 2017-18 Ashes?

For the first time the Ashes are being shown exclusively on BT Sport.

BT secured the rights after Sky Sports had held them for years.

Coverage of all the Tests and ODIs will be live on British TV.

The Ashes 2017 LIVE Updates as England take on Australia Down Under

Where can I see the highlights of the Ashes?

Highlights of the 2017-18 series will be shown for FREE.

After every day’s play, the best bits will be available to watch on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app.

At 7pm after game day, highlights are uploaded for all to watch.

If you’ve missed out from past days, all action from the series is on BT’s Ashes hub.

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