Sean Abbott returns after tragic death of Philip Hughes

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Sean Abbott has returned to cricket two weeks after the death of Phillip Hughes. It was Abbot’s delivery that struck Hughes on the head leading to the batsman’s death. The New South Wales bowler took two wickets and bowled a bouncer - the type of delivery that tragically took Hughes life. It was an emotional day over at the Adelaide Oval too where Australia played their first test since Hughes passed away. David Warner hit an impressive 145 as Australia finished the first day of their game against India on 354 for 6. Roman Reigns enjoyed a night to remember after he scooped the Slammy award for the 2014 WWE superstar of the year. Other winners included Chris Jericho who scooped the Extreme Moment of the Year prize and Damien Mizdow who apparently provided the LOL moment of the year. And finally Carlos Tevez has revealed his frankly extraordinary tattoo which covers his entire back and arm, tweeting this picture yesterday.

Chris Jericho
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