Mick Leahy (March 12, 1935 – January 5, 2010) was a British professional boxer of Irish origin. He was born in Cork, became a British citizen in 1961, and lived in Coventry for the remainder of his life. Leahy won the British Middleweight championship and faced Laszlo Papp and Nino Benvenuti throughout his career, which lasted from 1956 until 1965. He retired with a record of 30 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws and is considered by many to be one of Britain's best middleweights of all time.
Leahy began his career at an early age as a teenager, fighting in England and Ireland for most of his early years. In 1955 he moved to New York City where he fought in the United States for two years before returning to England in 1957. It was here that he met his future manager Stanley Weston who helped him secure a contract with Frank Warren. Under the guidance of Warren and Weston, Leahy went on to have a successful career as a world champion. He died in Coventry at the age of 73 after suffering from cancer.
Leahy's son Michael also became a world-class boxer and they were both active members of the Coventry Boxing Club. The younger Leahy held the European Union Middleweight title between 1994 and 1995 and the WBC International Middleweight Title in 1996. He died in a car crash in France in 1999 at the age of 36.
When she beat Maryse Mizanin on July 26th, 2009 at WWE Night of Champions, she became the third ever Diva to become WWE Divas Champion (2009). When she was eleven years old, her grandma got her a horse, and she has loved riding horses ever since. At some point, Mickie thought about becoming a cowboy when she grew up.
She started training horses at a young age and competed in small events all over the country. She also worked as a model before she joined the wrestling world.
Mickie's family is from France so they have French citizenship and she was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She lives in Florida with her husband Daniel Bryan and their son Charlie.
After competing in the Divas division for several years, Mickie announced her retirement in November 2015. However, she returned at the 2016 Royal Rumble where she participated in the match but didn't win it. Since then, she has remained part of the roster.
Stuart Alexander Bennett was born in Penwortham, Lancashire on August 10, 1980. He grew up in neighboring Preston before migrating to Wales with his family when he was six years old.
Barrett was at the forefront of an attack by NXT rookies on the June 7, 2010 edition of Raw, as they interfered in the main event match between John Cena and CM Punk, attacking both competitors, Luke Gallows, the announce team, the timekeeper, and the ring announcer, Justin Roberts, before destroying the ring area and surrounding equipment.
Katie McGrath was born in County Wicklow, Ireland on January 3, 1983 to Paul and Mary Mcgrath. She is of Caucasian ancestry and retains Irish nationality. She grew up in a small town called Rathkeale and attended St. Patrick's College, Maynooth where she studied English language and literature for two years before dropping out to focus on her acting career.
Now she lives in Dublin with her husband Ian McGuckin and their son Finnian James. They have been married since 2015 and are very much in love.
McGrath has said that her favorite authors are JK Rowling and Nicholas Sparks. In addition to English, she speaks fluent French and some Spanish.
She has won several awards including an IFTA for Best Actress in a Lead Role for her work in "The Secret Scripture".
Bellatrix, the couple's daughter, was born in 2016. In 1995, 1999, 2000, and 2002, he was named British Yachtsman of the Year. He was named International Sailing Federation World Sailor of the Year in 1998, 2002, 2008, and 2012. Ainslie received nominations in 2004 and 2011. He was nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008, as well as in 2012 and 2013. He won the award in 2008.
Ben Ainslie is a Scottish sailor who has been voted British Sports Personality of the Year since 2008. Ainslie has won several major international sailing events including the America's Cup (he is the only person to have won both the America's Cup and the Golden Globe), the Whitbread Round the World Race, and the Route de Rhone. He is also a three-time Olympic gold medallist. His career win tally is 90, including 15 at the London Olympics where he became the first person to win the Golden Globe, the Whitbread Round the World Race, and the America's Cup in the same year.
He took some time off from racing but returned in 2015 with a new team and two new boats. They ended up winning the regatta and the America's Cup - the first successful challenger campaign in 93 years. The following year they won again, this time against South Korea. That made them the first country to defend its America's Cup title successfully since New York in 1910. In 2017, Ainslie again won the Britain's Sports Personality of the Year Award.