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But that's why Rees was so popular and why the biggest cheer of the night greeted McDonald's words "It's the Rock
There was no escape from Rees at home because he was friendly with my father and would often visit.
LLANDOVERY: Tries - S Miles, C Knight, L Rees, T Ball, R Williams; Cons - C Rees (3); Pens - C Rees (2) BRIDGEND: Tries - L Peers, J Murphy; Con - B Thomas
Rees, trained and promoted by Enzo Calzaghe and his son Joe, believes a more scientific approach will help his bid.
Gerard Elias, defending Rees, told the court that the defendant wished to say "in quite unvarnished fashion, that he is sorry".
According to Rees, the situation in Bosnia mirrors that of other unfortunate countries hosting the UN peacekeepers.
She is ready for middle school as long as you keep on going,'' Rees told the student's mother.
Luton Crown Court was due to hear today how Mr Rees took the Egyptair flight and ended up 1,800 miles away from Manila, in the Philippines, where he was due to start a new job.
Saints drew first blood with a simple penalty from Paul Grayson, before Wasps pulled clear with two penalties from Rees.
Rees joined PMI Australia in August 2004 as Head of Sales and Service.
However, even the ultimate showman 'Money' Mayweather might have handed Rees more respect at their pre-fight get-together this week.
An angry Gethin is convinced Rees is trying to dodge him.
Against the run of play, Rees kicked a 40 metre touchline penalty to restore the away lead in a typically tough encounter.
REES v WATSON Sky Sports 1, from 9pm FORMER WBA world champion and Prizefighter winner Gavin Rees is 8-13 to win the vacant British lightweight title against unbeaten Scouser John Watson and the advice is to snap up that price, writes Dan Williams.