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Hector Coronado Sings Managerial with Prince Ranch Boxing and Promotional with TMB & PRB Entertainment

Feb 21, 2019



SAN ANTONIO, TX (February 21, 2019) – Prince Ranch Boxing signs highly decorated amateur, Hector Coronado (1-0, 1 KO), to a managerial pact with TMB & PRB Entertainment, working as his promoter as his next bout will be February 23rd, 2019, at the Floresville Event Center, in Floresville, TX.   The event titled “Small Town Big Showdown” is being presented by TMB & PRB Entertainment.  The super welterweight, Coronado will face Kenny Williams, an experienced veteran, who will be taking his tenth professional bout when facing Coronado on Saturday. The 19-year old Coronado who resides in Del Rio, Texas, will campaign at the super-welterweight division.   He’ll look to continue his knockout ways as his first win was extremely dominate, scoring a fourth-round TKO over Carlos Eduardo Garcia on May 16th, 2018. “I am excited to have my career guided by experienced people,” said Coronado, who is managed by Greg Hannley, CEO of Prince Ranch Boxing. “To have a professional team around me as I march forward in my professional boxing career, is a blessing. Now it’s time for me to perform.” “I grew up here in Texas and did well as an amateur, and now it’s time shine as a professional,” Coronado continued. “Entertaining my friends, family, and new fans in the state I call home is going to be exciting. Come out and enjoy the show!” “Hector Coronadoi is a fine young man and his talent is extraordinary,” Greg Hannleysaid. “He’s a decorated amateur who is proud to represent Texas and is always looking to put on a show. I see him doing big things in this sport.” “We are thrilled that Coronado decided to sign with us,” said Rick Morones, of TBM & PRB Entertainment, who promotes the young fighter.  “We are busy building a young pool of talented fighters who can grow into world champions and Coronado is one of the fighters we believe will do so.”  “He just has all the things you want to see from a young fighter and he works hard,” stated Alex Draghici, of TMB & PRB Entertainment. “We’re very excited to see what the future holds for him.”
“Small Town Big Showdown” takes place at the Floresville Event Center on Feb. 23, 2019.  Tickets priced $25 General Admission, $80 Ringside and $800 VIP Tables (10 seats) are on sale now and can be purchased by calling (210) 449-5599 or (210) 322-9974.  The Floresville Event Center is located at 600 SH 97West, Floresville, TX 78114.  Doors open at 6:00 PM, first bell at 7:30 PM.

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Feb 21, 2019



LOS ANGELES (February 20, 2019): Canelo Alvarez (50-1-2, 34 KOs), WBC, WBA, Lineal and Ring Magazine Middleweight World Champion, and Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs), IBF Middleweight World Champion, will kick off an international press tour on Wednesday, Feb. 27 ahead of their 12-round unification fight during the celebratory weekend of Cinco de Mayo.The champion-vs.-champion event will take place Saturday, May 4 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be streamed live exclusively on DAZNThe tour will begin in New York City on Wednesday, Feb. 27; will continue in Mexico City on Friday, March 1 and conclude in Los Angeles on Monday, March 4. Separate media alerts for the stops in New York City and Los Angeles will be distributed shortly. Canelo vs. Jacobs is a 12-round fight for the WBC, WBA, Lineal, Ring Magazine and IBF Middleweight World Titles presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Matchroom Boxing. The event is sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING” and Hennessy “Never Stop. Never Settle.” The event will take place Saturday, May 4, 2019 at T-Mobile Arena and will be streamed live exclusively on DAZN.

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Feb 21, 2019




Montreal, Canada – UFC® legend and former two-division champion Georges St-Pierre announced his retirement from mixed martial arts (MMA) today at a press conference in Montreal. Widely considered the greatest welterweight champion of all time, he holds the record for the most 170-pound title defences at nine.

“It takes a lot of discipline to become and stay champion. It also takes a lot of discipline to stop while still feeling that you’re in the best physical and mental shape of your life but I’ve always planned to leave the sport when I’m at the top and in good health,” said St-Pierre (26-2, fighting out of Montreal, Canada). “I want to thank my family, my fans, my coaches, trainers and training partners, my sponsors and my agents for their indefectible support during all these years. I will forever be grateful for the work of Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta, as well as Dana White and all UFC employees for giving me the opportunity to showcase my skills before the world, from UFC 46 to UFC 217. I also want to thank each of my opponents. All of them are incredible athletes who brought out the best in me. I retire from competition with great pride at having had a positive impact on my sport. I intend to keep training and practicing martial arts for as long as I live and I look forward to watching the new generation of champions carry our sport into the future.”

During his time at the top of the weight class, St-Pierre earned spectacular victories over Nick Diaz, Carlos Condit, Jake Shields, B.J. Penn (twice) and Josh Koscheck (twice). He also avenged his sole losses to both Matt Hughes and Matt Serra. In November 2017, St-Pierre captured the middleweight championship with a thrilling third-round submission win against Michael Bisping.

“Georges has cemented his legacy as one of the pound-for-pound greatest fighters ever,” UFC President Dana White said. “He beat all the top guys during his welterweight title reign and even went up a weight class to win the middleweight championship. He spent years as one of the biggest names in MMA and remains one of the best ambassadors for the sport. He put Canada on the MMA map.”

Born in the small municipality of Saint-Isidore, Quebec, St-Pierre was frequently bullied by older and stronger students throughout his childhood. However, he used this conflict as fuel to dedicate himself to martial arts. After working his way up the ranks through Quebec regional promotion TKO MMA, he debuted on the big stage with a unanimous decision win over Karo Parisyan at UFC 46 in 2004. He won his first welterweight championship via knockout over Matt Hughes at UFC 65 in 2006. After losing the title to Matt Serra, he later recaptured the belt via TKO in their rematch at UFC 83 in Montreal. He then went on to secure nine consecutive defences before stepping away from competition indefinitely. Following a four-year hiatus, St-Pierre returned in November 2017 to defeat Michael Bisping at UFC 217 to become a two-division champion.

In 2011 St-Pierre set the largest UFC gate outside the U.S. at $12,075,000 when he headlined UFC 129 at Rogers Centre in Toronto. The event currently holds the second largest attendance in UFC history with 55,724 fans. St-Pierre won Sports Illustrated Fighter of the Year in 2009. He was named Rogers Sportsnet Canadian Athlete of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2010. He was nominated for best fighter at the ESPY Awards in 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2018. Outside the Octagon®, St-Pierre was featured in films Captain America: The Winter Soldierand Kickboxer: Vengeance.

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Feb 21, 2019


Once-beaten middleweight says he’s ready to graduate from “The Contender” to title contention when he squares off with Jeison Rosario this Saturday on PBC on FS1.
 By Lem Satterfield – Premier Boxing Champions A lot has occurred in the life of Marcos Hernandez since he and Jeison Rosario fought to a draw in February 2018. It began when he was selected among 16 professional fighters to compete at 160 pounds on The Contender television series.Hernandez, 25, 13-1-1 (3 KOs), earned a split decision over Danny Valdivia in May and a unanimous verdict over Quantavious Cash in November to finish behind champion Brandon Adams and runner-up Shane Mosley Jr.This Saturday, February 23, he’ll square off against Rosario (17-1-1, 12 KOs) again, on the undercard of the WBC super middleweight title fight between Anthony Dirrell and Avni Yildirum at the Minneapolis Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The bout will be televised on FS1 (10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT).Has your Contender experience changed your life?I made more money last year than I had in the past. You’re getting weekly checks while you’re there being filmed. There’s a winner’s purse and a loser’s purse, and when I got sent home between fights after being cut over my right eye, they gave me the loser’s side even though I didn’t fight. That was very generous of them.Plus, I’ve received a lot of exposure. Once, in a hotel parking lot, there was this guy marveling at me, so excited to see me. That was a really cool feeling, having somebody so happy to see me. I have people coming to me at supermarkets wanting to take pictures. They know who I am now as a fighter. Beside Brandon Adams, I’m the only Contender who didn’t lose on the show.Any regrets?If I had the chance, I believe I would have beaten Shane Mosley if I hadn’t had to come home with the cut, but it’s time to move forward.I wouldn’t say I feel any more pressure heading into this fight as a result of being on the show, but I do want to show I’m a better fighter than the one who faced Rosario before.What is your proudest moment as a fighter?Beating Kevin Newman on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor in August 2017. I lost my previous fight in March to Kyrone Davis by split decision.Kyrone just out-boxed me. It’s a tough feeling to think you’re better than somebody but to lose, anyway. Against Davis, being honest with myself, my heart and mind weren’t in the ring with me.You took your father’s [Joseph “Joey” Hernandez] advice and replaced him as a trainer with Henry Ramirez.It was tough at first when my Dad first told me that I should find a new trainer. I thought he was giving up on me after losing one time. My mind was racing, but I got the call for the Newman fight, and my first camp with Henry Ramirez was great.Being able to bounce back from that loss and fighting at a weight above 160 for the first time, I showed everybody a lot. I went up 10 pounds from 153 to 163, I bounced back against an undefeated fighter, and I did it on a Floyd Mayweather card, beating him handily and knocking him down in the last round.What improvements have you made since the series?My father was very good at molding me into the fighter I became, allowing me to develop into a well-rounded boxer.Now, Henry Ramirez has tightened and refined some things within my style. I’m learning to sit down more on my punches, which is really translating into my power.  Continue Reading…

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LA Galaxy anuncia préstamos para Bradford Jamieson IV y João Pedro

Feb 21, 2019

LA Galaxy anuncia préstamos para Bradford Jamieson IV y João Pedro

Jamieson IV ha sido enviado a préstamo a San Antonio FC para la temporada 2019, Pedro enviado a préstamo al C.D. Tondela

LOS ANGELES (Miércoles, 20 de febrero, 2019) – LA Galaxy anunció hoy que el club ha enviado a préstamo al delantero Bradford Jamieson IV al San Antonio FC de la USL Championship para la temporada 2019 y al mediocampista João Pedro al C.D. Tondela de la Primieira Liga, la primera división del fútbol portugués, hasta el 30 de junio. LA Galaxy mantiene el derecho de regresar a los jugadores durante la duración del préstamo.

Bradford IV, de 22 años de edad, firmó un contrato de canterano con el Galaxy en el 2014. Después de jugar con LA Galaxy II, Jamieson IV jugó sus primeros minutos con el LA Galaxy en julio del 2014, cuando sumó la primera asistencia de su carrera en la MLS. En total, ha jugado 42 partidos, 20 como titular, anotando cuatro y registrando dos asistencias como jugador del Galaxy.

Pedro, de 25 años de edad, se unió al LA Galaxy procedente de Vitória Guimarães de la primera división de Portugal al inicio de la temporada 2017 de Major League Soccer. En todos los tiempos, Pedro ha disputado 31 partidos, 27 como titular, anotando un gol y sumando dos asistencias como miembro del Galaxy. Recientemente, Pedro estuvo a préstamo conGymnasticos Syllogos Apollon Smyrnis de la primera división de Grecia.

LA Galaxy comenzará la temporada regular 2019 de la MLS ante Chicago Fire el sábado, 2 de marzo a las 5 p.m. PT.  Boletos para el partido están a la venta ahora, oprimiendo aquí.

Transacción: LA Galaxyha enviado a préstamo al delantero Bradford Jamieson IV al San Antonio FC de la USL Championship para la temporada 2019. LA Galaxy también ha enviado a préstamo al mediocampista João Pedro al C.D. Tondela de la Primieira Liga hasta el 30 de junio.

Boletos de temporada del LA Galaxy para la campaña 2019 de Major League Soccer ya están disponibles. Abonados y aficionados del Galaxy pueden visitar  para asegurar sus Boletos de Temporada 2019 del LA Galaxy. Los aficionados también pueden llamar al 1.877.3GALAXY (342.5299) y presionar el 2 cuando se le indique para asegurar sus Boletos de Temporada.

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Feb 21, 2019


Former World Champion Lara Talks Title Showdown, Sparring Top Prospects, 2018 Fight of the Year Against Jarrett Hurd & More Before Taking on WBA Super Welterweight Champion Brian Castaño Saturday, March 2 Live on SHOWTIME® from

Barclays Center in Brooklyn

Photos from Hosanna Rull/Team Lara

HOUSTON (February 20, 2019) – Former super welterweight world champion Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara will look to reclaim a piece of the 154-pound crown when he challenges WBA champion Brian Castaño on Saturday, March 2 live on SHOWTIME from Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™, and presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

“Brian Castaño is coming into this fight with an undefeated record, but it’s nothing I haven’t seen before,” said Lara. “This will be my third fight in a row versus an undefeated fighter. I’m taking this very seriously.  Stylistically, I feel I’m the superior fighter, but he’s a very strong champion. I will be prepared to take back a title in this great division, then look to the biggest fights that are out there.”

One of the big fights that could be out there for Lara is a rematch with unified 154-pound champion Jarrett Hurd. Lara dropped a split-decision to Hurd in a unification showdown on SHOWTIME that was the consensus 2018 “Fight of the Year”, having been recognized by the BWAA, ESPN and Sporting News, amongst others.

“The fight against Hurd was a great fight for the fans, but I felt I won seven or eight rounds that night,” said Lara. “To be on the wrong end of another close decision left a bad taste in my mouth. That fight being recognized as ‘Fight of the Year’ shows my versatility as a fighter. I was on the ballot before with Alfredo Angulo, so it was good to get recognized for being a warrior, not only a craftsman. I will always give the fans my all and come March 2, it will be no different.”

Lara is continuing to to work with longtime trainer Ronnie Shields in Houston, where Lara has prepared for his matchup with sparring that includes going up against top prospects in 18-year-old Joey Spencer and 24-year-old Eimantas Stanionis.

“Ronnie and I are working great together, and we have an excellent game plan in place.,” said Lara. “This is one of the better camps I’ve had the last few years.  Having young fighters like Spencer and Stanionis in camp with me is refreshing because I know they are hungry.  When we spar, I feed off their energy, because I know they are trying to take take their game to the next level, which makes me better. This is a demanding sport and they are definitely pushing me.”

March 2 also gives Lara a chance to share the stage with another one of Cuba’s best fighters, as Luis Ortiz is set to take on Christian Hammer in the co-main event, making the night a celebration of Cuban boxing.

“Luis Ortiz and I go way back and I’m happy that my brother is fighting on the same card as me,” said Lara. “We’ve gone through a lot since leaving Cuba to pursue our dreams of becoming world champions here in the U.S. Like myself, I know he’s going to be ready to entertain the fans on fight night and make this a memorable night for Cuban boxing!”

Tickets for the event, which is promoted by TGB Promotions in association with DiBella Entertainment, are on sale now and can be purchased at, or by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets can also be purchased at the American Express Box Office at Barclays Center. Group discounts are available by calling 844-BKLYN-GP.

For more information visit, follow on Twitter @ShowtimeBoxing, @PremierBoxing, @BrooklynBoxing, @TGBPromotions, @LouDiBella and @Swanson_Comm or become a fan on Facebook at

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Mayor Turner announces success on pothole initiative and launches plan to improve city streets

Feb 21, 2019
Mayor Turner announces success on pothole initiative and launches plan to improve city streets
HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner announced an impressive 100% success rate in next-day pothole repairs called into 311 for the year 2018 as part of the mayor’s signature pothole initiative. 

Watch announcement here:

The program, launched in January 2016, promises to assess and address each pothole by the next business day after its reported. Since its inception, the program has filled 165,000 potholes and counting. City repair crews have maintained consistent performance in the aftermath of  major disasters such as the Tax Day Flood, Memorial Day Flood and Hurricane Harvey, 

 POTHOLES PROACTIVELY FILLEDYearPotholes Filled **201573,635201659,118201763,6572018*35,597**In 2015 a pothole was defined as any area of missing or severely deteriorated pavement up to 2 feet by 2 feet.  In 2016 a pothole was redefined as any area of missing or severely deteriorated pavement up to 5 feet by 5 feet.

During Monday’s news announcement, Mayor Turner also challenged Houston Public Works Director Carol Haddock and her team to replace more street panels. A street panel removes a severely worn section of the street and replaces it with a new one, This allows the City to  extend the life of a street and improve mobility without a complete reconstruction. Houston Public Works currently replaces about 900 concrete street panels per year. The City of Houston recognizes that a pothole patch is only a short-term fix and wants to make sure streets are safe for drivers until long-term solutions can be implemented. Mayor Turner reminds the public that Houston Public Works relies on the community to help  identify areas in need.  If you see a pothole, call 311 or report it using the City of Houston 311 app. For more information on the City of Houston’s pothole initiative, visit:
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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 9900 Almeda Genoa

Feb 21, 2019
 Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 9900 Almeda Genoa
A suspect wanted and charged in the fatal stabbing of a man at 9900 Almeda Genoa about 6 p.m. on November 17, 2018, is now in custody.  

The suspect, Edward Charles Hill (b/m, 37), is charged with murder in the 178th State District Court for his role in the death of Jamel Brown, Jr., 26.

A booking photo of suspect Hill is attached to this news release.

HPD Homicide Division Detective D. Crowder and Officer A. Vinogradov reported:

Officers responded to a stabbing call at a Metro bus stop at the above address and found the victim with multiple stab wounds.  Paramedics transported the man to Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital where he was pronounced dead.  A witness stated the suspect was last seen running west on Almeda Genoa.

The following day (Nov. 18), investigators released a composite sketch of the suspect.

Further investigation identified Hill as the suspect in this case and he was charged on February 2.  Authorities in Panama City, Florida, arrested Hill on February 5. 

Hill was extradited back to Houston and booked into the Harris County Jail on Monday (Feb. 18).
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Feb 21, 2019


Los Rayados nos encontramos ya en El Salvador en donde mañana visitaremos a Alianza F.C. en los Octavos de Final de la CONCACAF Liga de Campeones y hoy realizamos el reconocimiento de cancha en el Estadio Cuscatlán.

Bajo las órdenes de Diego Alonso, quien junto a Dorlan Pabon ofrecieron la Conferencia de Prensa a los Medios de Comunicación, dirigió el Entrenamiento Rayado en la cancha salvadoreña, en donde las risas, la actitud Rayada y el buen ánimo imperaron.

Motivados por debutar en la justa internacional, los albiazules realizamos el clásico futbol tenis, ganado en esta ocasión por Leonel Vangioni, Jesús Gallardo y el profesor Mauricio Elena.

Para la segunda parte de la práctica vespertina, realizamos un interescuadras de alta intensidad para afinar detalles y prepararnos para la ronda eliminatoria de la Concachampions.

Los Rayados estamos listos para nuestro regreso a la Liga de Campeones y dejar todo en la cancha para llegar a la Casa Rayada con la ventaja parcial.


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Nacen los Astros de Jalisco; competirán en la LNBP

Feb 19, 2019

Nacen los Astros de Jalisco; competirán en la LNBP

Este lunes se presentó de manera oficial a la nueva franquicia de la Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional en México (LNBP), los Astros de Jalisco, quinteta que militará en la Conferencia Sur del circuito mexicano.

El anuncio oficial estuvo a cargo del Gobernador de Estado de Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, que junto a Ismael del Toro, Presidente Municipal de Guadalajara, dieron la bienvenida a Salvador Quirarte Villaseñor, Presidente del Consejo de Administración, así como a Guillermo “Willie” González y Francisco González, quienes formarán parte de la directiva roja.

“El tema de habernos metido al basquetbol es algo muy importante, nosotros pensamos que tenemos un compromiso con la comunidad, si queremos tener un Jalisco y  un México diferente, debemos trabajar en el tejido social y el deporte nos da esa gran oportunidad de que los jóvenes tengan una mejor alternativa en el deporte pero también en la vida”, aseguró Quirarte Villaseñor.

El Gobernador Alfaro aseveró que “el Complejo Deportivo Ávila Camacho será de todos los tapatíos, pues será remozado para el beneficio de toda la población”.

Será el próximo mes de octubre cuando arranque la temporada 2019 – 2020 de la LNBP y en la cual debutará Astros de Jalisco, teniendo como rivales de grupo a Capitanes de Ciudad de México, Libertadores de Querétaro, Abejas de León, Aguacateros de Michoacán, Panteras de Aguascalientes y Soles de Mexicali, aunque también se enfrentará a las instituciones de la zona norte cuando se lleven a cabo los duelos interconferencia.

Sobre la llegada del baloncesto a nuestra entidad, Francisco González comentó lo siguiente, “hace un año tuvimos una plática el Gobernador y su servidor y desde un inicio sentí apertura y entusiasmo para los Astros de Jalisco; creo que Salvador ha demostrado su capacidad en el beisbol y esta organización no será la excepción”.

Es importante señalar que cada equipo cuenta con un total de 12 elementos en su plantilla, con la posibilidad de incluir en ella hasta 3 basquetbolistas extranjeros.

El sistema de competencia en la LNBP es el siguiente: cada escuadra disputará un total de 40 duelos, 20 como local y 20 como visitante, califican a postemporada 4 equipos de cada conferencia y de ahí, los dos mejores, se medirán en la final por el título del certamen.

Para seguir todas las noticias en torno a los Astros de Jalisco, puedes seguir las redes oficiales del equipo; en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram @AstrosJalisco.

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