Boxing’s Shawn Porter Shares Bond Beyond Sports with former NFL Star Randall Cunningham

Apr 20, 2017

BOXING’S SHAWN PORTER AND FORMER NFL CHAMP RANDALL CUNNINGHAM SHARE A BOND BEYOND SPORTS

Pastor Cunningham’s Las Vegas Church is where Welterweight Star Draws Strength
Porter meets Andre Berto Saturday Night live at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT from Barclays Center on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING 
AS VEGAS (April 20, 2017) – The frequent conversations between Shawn Porter and Pastor Randall Cunningham rarely revolve around their athletic careers.
 
It comes as a surprise to those who are familiar with the athletic accomplishments of both men, but they both view their relationship as having a much higher significance.
 
“He doesn’t care about your status, doesn’t care about who you are,” Porter said. “All he cares about is you as a human being and as a Christian man.”
 
Saturday night, Porter takes on fellow former 147-pound world champion Andre Berto in the main event on Showtime Championship Boxing presented by Premier Boxing Champions, beginning at 9:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. PT. And though Cunningham won’t be there in person, he and Porter’s entire extended family from Remnant Ministries in Las Vegas will be in his corner from afar.
 
Porter and the former NFL Pro Bowl quarterback connected not long after he and his father/trainer Kenny Porter moved to Las Vegas full-time in 2013. A bond was formed almost immediately between Shawn and Randall. Porter attends church multiple times a week and has also served as an usher at Remnant Ministries for more than two years now.
 
“I only knew Randall Cunningham from football – a little bit from the Philadelphia Eagles, but a lot from the Minnesota Vikings,” Porter said. “I didn’t know that he had his own church. I don’t care who you are, if you’re a good pastor, you’re a good pastor. From the moment I watched him preach, I fell in love with his style of preaching.”
 
The relationship is meaningful in both directions, as Cunningham has gone out of his way to take Porter under his wing.
 
“Treating him like my little brother, because I don’t have any little brothers, allows him to be on the same page as me,” Cunningham said. “I try to impart the wisdom with some of the things I went through as an athlete, as well.”
 
That type of wisdom is especially important for Porter as he enters maybe the most crucial fight of his career.
 
Saturday’s clash in Brooklyn is what many typically call a “crossroads fight” between two veterans who can’t afford to swallow another defeat.
 
Berto (31-4, 24 KO), at 33 years old, is making quite possibly the final push towards a world title in his career that began as a pro in 2004.
 
The 29-year-old Porter (26-2-1) is in the prime of his career and is ending a 10-month layoff after losing a razor-thin decision to Keith Thurman in last June. Thurman remained unbeaten and retained his WBA welterweight title. The Porter-Thurman fight was the 2016 PBC Fight of the Year, and a rematch is something no fight fan would object to seeing.
 
This could be the one hurdle Porter has to clear in order to make that rematch a reality, as this fight is an eliminator bout for the WBC welterweight belt that Thurman won after edging Danny Garcia via majority decision in March in a 147-pound unification bout. Everything Porter does at this point in his career is with the end goal in mind of becoming a two-time welterweight world champion.
 
Cunningham compares what Porter faces now to what he and his Philadelphia Eagles teammates stared down entering the NFL playoffs in 1992.
 
Despite massive individual success early in his tenure as the Eagles’ starting QB, including winning the Pro Football Writers Association MVP award in 1990, Cunningham’s postseason résumé was lacking, going 0-3 in the playoffs from 1988-90. In 1992, the Eagles finally broke through, netting the franchise’s first playoff victory in 12 years before bowing out against the eventual Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round.
 
Cunningham’s greatest postseason accomplishment came in 1998, taking the Vikings to the NFC title game, but he still speaks proudly of cutting through the built-up pressure in 1992 and finding a way to finally get that breakthrough win.
 
“A boxer can lose a certain number of matches, but then there comes a time where there’s that match where you just have to get that one,” Cunningham said. “Before he fights Berto, I’ll be able to tell him about the time we’d lost a couple of playoff games and things didn’t look good. We had to win. We got that victory, we all kept our jobs, got raises and things like that, just by getting that one victory. I think he’s at a point where he’s prepared to do that, and I think God is going to give him this one.”
 
And just for good measure, Pastor Cunningham and his entire Remnant Ministries family, which also includes former heavyweight world champion Leon Spinks and Hall of Fame referee Richard Steele, will have his back through prayer.
 
“We let Shawn be Shawn, we don’t treat him like a celebrity,” Cunningham said. “But when it’s time and he’s boxing? The whole church is praying for him. We let them know from the pulpit that we need to be covering Shawn.”
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CANELO ALVAREZ SAN DIEGO MEDIA WORKOUT

Apr 20, 2017
CANELO ALVAREZ SAN DIEGO MEDIA WORKOUT QUOTES, PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

CANELO VS. CHAVEZ, JR. PRESENTED LIVE BY HBO PAY-PER-VIEW
® SATURDAY, MAY 6 FROM T-MOBILE ARENA IN LAS VEGAS
(LEFT TO RIGHT: Canelo Alvarez and Oscar De La Hoya pose at the House of Boxing in San Diego on April 19 during Canelo’s media workout ahead of his upcoming showdown with Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. on May 6 in Las Vegas.)
 Photos and Videos

Photo Credit: Tom Hogan – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy Promotion
Video Credit: Golden Boy Promotions

LOS ANGELES
(April 19, 2017) – Former two division world champion Canelo Alvarez (48-1-1, 34 KOs) today hosted a media workout at the House of Boxing in San Diego where he showcased strength and speed ahead of the upcoming showdown with Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. (50-2-1, 32 KOs) set for Saturday, May 6 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View® beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.
Below is what Canelo had to say at today’s workout alongside Golden Boy Promotions Chairman and CEO Oscar De La Hoya.

CANELO ALVAREZ, Former Two-Division World Champion:

“We have prepared very well for this fight. I feel fast and strong, and not having to drop so much weight will benefit me come fight night.
“Chavez, Jr. has gotten to this point because of his name; he lacks the discipline to be the best. He has had so many highs and lows in his career. I hope that he gets his act together and that we get the best Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. in the ring on May 6. That is going to make the fight all the more action packed inside the ring. I don’t want any excuses.”
OSCAR DE LA HOYA, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions:
“The rivalry between Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. goes back a while, and it’s felt by both teams. Both Chavez, Sr. and Jr., for some reason, don’t like Canelo. Perhaps it’s because he’s been the face of boxing for a while now. He’s going to carry boxing on his shoulders for many years to come. Or, maybe they don’t like Canelo because he’s getting more attention for this fight than Jr. is.
“Chavez, Sr. had his day just like mine. With Chavez, Jr. it can be his time on May 6, but he has to go out there and prove it in the ring. I strongly feel that Chavez, Jr. will be in great shape, the best shape of his life, come May 6 and therefore we’re going to get a great fight.

“I’m excited for May 6 because we’ve never seen a fight that’s dull or boring with two Mexican fighters. It’s going to be a great fight and that’s exactly what the sport needs.”

Canelo vs. Chavez, Jr. is a 12-round fight presented by Golden BoyPromotions and sponsored by Tecate, BORN BOLD, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Adriana’s Insurance and Interjet.  Lemieux vs. Reyes is presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Eye of the Tiger Management, Matthysse vs. Taylor is a 10-round fight presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Arano Boxing and Star Boxing. Diaz, Jr. vs. Avila is presented by Golden Boy Promotions. The event will take place on Saturday, May 6 at T-Mobile Arena and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View® beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.

Tickets for the closed circuit telecast of Canelo vs. Chavez, Jr.are priced at $75, not including applicable fees. All seats are general admission and tickets are available for purchase at any MGM Resorts International box office or concierge desk. Tickets also can be purchased by phone with a major credit card at 800-745-3000.

HBO Sports presents a unique perspective and in-depth look at the highly anticipated May 6th pay-per-view showdown when CANELO/CHAVEZ JR.: A FIGHTING TRADITION debuts MONDAY, April 24 at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on HBO.
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Rayados es imagen en sorteo de la Lotería Nacional

Apr 20, 2017

Rayados es imagen en sorteo de la Lotería Nacional

El Club de Futbol Monterrey presente en sorteo Zodiaco

De cara a la fiesta del futbol en la ciudad con la llegada del Clásico Regiomontano 110, el Monterrey luce como imagen del sorteo Zodiaco de la Lotería Nacional.

Durante este miércoles se hizo la presentación de los billetes conmemorativos al sorteo número 1342 con la asistencia del Presidente Deportivo de la Institución Duilio Davino,  el Director General de la Lotería Nacional Pedro Pablo Treviño, Beatriz Ramos Directora Comercial del Club Tigres, así como Raúl González Director del INDE Nuevo León y los Alcaldes de los municipios de Guadalupe y San Nicolás Francisco Cienfuegos y Víctor Fuentes, respectivamente.

Los ‘cachitos’ y y series ya se encuentran a la venta en la Tienda Oficial Rayados sucursal Estadio BBVA Bancomer, así como el día del encuentro; el sorteo se llevará a cabo el próximo 23 de abril en punto de las 20:00 horas en el Parque Fundidora.

Cortesia: Club Monterrey

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PEREZ VS. LOPEZ OFFICIAL WEIGHTS AHEAD OF GOLDEN BOY BOXING ON ESPN SHOW TOMORROW, APRIL 2

Apr 20, 2017
PEREZ VS. LOPEZ OFFICIAL WEIGHTS AHEAD OF GOLDEN BOY BOXING ON ESPN SHOW TOMORROW, APRIL 2
PEREZ VS. LOPEZ
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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“LA PRIMERA META ES METERNOS A LA LIGUILLA”: DAMIÁN PÉREZ

Apr 19, 2017

“LA PRIMERA META ES METERNOS A LA LIGUILLA”: DAMIÁN PÉREZ

Tijuana, Baja California, 18 de Abril de 2017._ Los Xoloitzcuintles continuaron con los entrenamientos previos al partido ante el CD Toluca, correspondiente a la Fecha 15 de la LIGA MX-Clausura 2017. Este martes los elementos del Club Tijuana, Damián Pérez y Juan Martín Lucero, coincidieron en la importancia que tendrán los tres puntos en el juego del próximo viernes en el Estadio Caliente.

“La primera meta es meternos a la Liguilla”, señaló Pérez, quien espera un encuentro duro y atractivo ante los Diablos Rojos, pues ambos equipos marchan en los primeros puestos generales de la competencia. El CD Toluca ha sumado 26 puntos, por 25 que tiene el Club Tijuana.

“Se pelea el liderato, esperemos que nosotros seamos los que nos quedemos con estos puntos”, comentó Damián. “Va a ser un lindo encuentro, ellos tienen muy buenos jugadores, nosotros nos tenemos que ocupar en nosotros, será un partido muy duro, tenemos que estar al cien para poder ganarlo”, agregó el zaguero argentino.

En tanto, el delantero Juan Martín Lucero resaltó la importancia del apoyo de la afición de la Frontera Norte. “En casa y con nuestra gente queremos ganar los tres puntos, será muy importante el apoyo que nos da nuestra afición, esperemos darle una buena alegría este fin de semana”, agregó el ariete sudamericano.

Los Xoloitzcuintles continuarán este miércoles por la mañana con la preparación de cara al enfrentamiento al CD Toluca, el cual está programado para jugarse el viernes 21 de Abril a las 19:00 horas en el Estadio Caliente.

Cortesia: Club Tijuana

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Las Frases del Día de Medios previo a la Final de Copa

Apr 19, 2017

Las Frases del Día de Medios previo a la Final de Copa

Ante la gran expectativa que trae consigo la Final de la Copa MX, que se verá en exclusiva por Chivas TV, Matías Almeyda, Alan Pulido, Eduardo López, Néstor Calderón y Miguel Ponce asisitieron este martes al Día de Medios en un conocido hotel ubicado cerca de la glorieta de la Minerva, en donde los elementos del Guadalajara manifestaron la confianza en la preparación que han tenido para levantar por primera vez el trofeo de Campeón en el Estadio Chivas y ofrecerle una satisfacción a millones de ChivaHermanos y el cuarto título copero a la institución rojiblanca.

“Sería una felicidad compartida porque hemos tenido oportunidad de ganar dos títulos y han sido fuera, siempre que se tiene la opción de jugar de local y ganar lo disfruta mucha gente, ojalá que se dé así”, expresó Matías Almeyda.

“Ser campeón como Rojiblanco es increíble. Le queremos brindar este título a la gente”, afirmó Eduardo ‘Chofis’ López.

“Sería histórico ganar una final en nuestro estadio. Estamos ansiosos y buscaremos disfrutar el juego al máximo”, señaló Néstor ‘Avión’ Calderón

“Estamos enfocados en salir adelante en este partido. Estamos en casa, tenemos a nuestra gente y buscaremos aprovechar esto para salir campeones”, expuso Miguel ‘Pocho’ Ponce.

“Chivas está para pelear campeonatos. Mañana será un día especial y tenemos que demostrar quienes somos, por algo estamos peleando en lo más alto”, aseguró Alan Pulido.

Cortesia: Club Chivas

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Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Moises Flores Added to Ward-Kovalev 2: “The Rematch” PPV Undercard

Apr 19, 2017

GUILLERMO RIGONDEAUX VS. MOISES FLORES

WBA SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

ADDED TO ANDRE WARD VS. SERGEY KOVALEV PAY-PER-VIEW UNDERCARD

 

WARD-KOVALEV 2: “THE REMATCH” SET FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2017

AT MANDALAY BAY EVENTS CENTER, LAS VEGAS

PRESENTED LIVE BY HBO PAY-PER-VIEW®

NEW YORK, NY (April 19, 2017) – Reigning WBA World Super Bantamweight Champion Guillermo “El Chacal” Rigondeaux (17-0, 11 KOs) will face WBA interim titleholder Moises “Chucky” Flores (25-0, 17 KOs) in a long-awaited mandatory 12-round WBA title defense that will tarnish one fighter’s perfect record. Rigondeaux vs. Flores has officially been added to the Pay-Per-View undercard of Ward-Kovalev 2: “The Rematch” at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 17. The championship event, presented by Corona Extra, will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View® beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.

“I would like to thank Roc Nation Sports, Caribe Promotions and HBO for the opportunity to fight on the biggest Pay-Per-View card of the year. It will be a night of great boxing that fans will not want to miss out on. It’s going to be a chance to show HBO what they want to see. Some say I’m not exciting but it’s not my fault that once my opponents feel my power, they start running and stop throwing punches. Regardless of that, I’m going to give them what they want. I will be standing in the middle of the ring toe-to-toe and putting on a show for the fans. This is where I’ll show the world what my fans got to see in my last fight in the UK against [James] Dickens,” said Rigondeaux. “I want to thank Moises Flores for having the courage to step in the ring with me and accepting the mandatory challenge unlike many great fighters in my division. Moises is an exciting Mexican fighter who will bring a fight. I will be ready to exhibit why I am one of the best pound-for-pound boxers and the world’s best at 122 pounds. I’m ready to give fans the best fight out there, and the best is to come the evening of June 17.”

“I’m very excited to have my world title fight with Guillermo Rigondeaux rescheduled for Saturday, June 17 on HBO Pay-Per-View,” said Flores. “I’d like to thank my team at Probox Management and TGB Promotions along with HBO for providing this opportunity. I never stopped my preparations from the original date and look forward to making the Mexican fans proud when I defeat the great Rigondeaux.”

“Roc Nation Sports is thrilled to add Guillermo Rigondeaux’s championship defense against Moises Flores to the Pay-Per-View undercard of Ward-Kovalev 2: ‘The Rematch’,” said Roc Nation President & Chief of Branding and Strategy Michael R. Yormark. “We know these two champions are ready and eager to put on a big performance on boxing’s biggest stage and undoubtedly, ahead of the most anticipated fight of the year.”

“TGB Promotions is proud of this world title opportunity for Moises ‘Chucky’ Flores as he takes on one of the premier fighters in the sport, Guillermo Rigondeaux,” said Tom Brown, President of TGB Promotions. “Chucky is well prepared and looking forward to making the Mexican fans proud of their new World Champion on June 17.”

Guillermo “El Chacal” Rigondeaux (17-0, 11 KOs), was one of the most celebrated amateur boxers in Cuba before defecting and making his professional debut on May 22, 2009 in Miami, Florida. High expectations had no ill effect on Rigondeaux as he tore through his next five opponents. On November 13, 2010, in just his seventh pro fight, Rigondeaux faced Ricardo Cordoba for the vacant interim WBA World Super Bantamweight title and left the ring with the belt after scoring a split decision victory. Rigondeaux turned his attention to supremacy in the 122-pound division and accomplished what many considered the unthinkable by knocking out WBA World Super Bantamweight Champion Rico Ramos on January 20, 2012, becoming a world champion in fewer than 10 professional bouts. On April 13, 2013 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Rigondeaux scored his biggest victory to date by defeating WBO and Ring Magazine World Champion and 2012 Fighter of the Year Nonito Donaire. Rigondeaux came away with the victory by unanimous decision after out landing and out punching Donaire throughout the fight to unify titles. In November of 2015, Roc Nation Sports announced that it had signed Rigondeaux to an exclusive promotional agreement and featured him on the HBO Pay-Per-View undercard of the Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez mega-fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, where he defeated veteran Drian Francisco via a 10-round unanimous decision. Prior to beating Francisco, Rigondeaux was stripped of his title belts due to inactivity, but remained the WBA champion in recess. In May of 2016, Roc Nation Sports announced that Rigondeaux was reinstated of his WBA belt ahead of a 12-round WBA World Super Bantamweight championship showdown against number 13 rated WBA super bantamweight contender Jazza Dickens on July 16 at the Cardiff Ice Arena in Wales. In his first ever appearance in the United Kingdom, Rigondeaux gave fans a thrilling knockout against Dickens. The southpaw landed a big left hook, shattering Dickens’s jaw, halting the fight in the second round with a referee’s decision. Rigondeaux will be raring to go on June 17 in his title defense against interim champion Moises Flores.

Moises “Chucky” Flores (25-0, 17 KOs) learned the fight game growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico, and spent the early years of his professional career building up his résumé in his home country. Now established as a title contender at 122 pounds, Flores looks to climb to the top of the division with his considerable talent. Flores is exceptionally tall for his weight class, measuring in at 5 feet 9 inches. As such, he tends to have a reach advantage over most of his opponents, although Flores isn’t one to merely fire punches from a distance and box from the outside. He likes to mix it up, and his record reflects that, with most of his opponents going down by knockout. Flores made his pro debut in August 2008 with a second round knockout of Oswaldo Salgado in Guadalajara, Mexico. He fought exclusively in Mexico over the first six years of his career and made quick work of most of his opponents. Flores made his U.S. debut in September 2014, winning a six round unanimous decision over Pablo Batres in Mesquite, Texas. He then gained a seventh round technical knockout of Mexican veteran Mario Macias in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in November 2014. That victory set up a 122-pound title shot against interim WBA World Super Bantamweight Champion Oscar Escandon in Carson, California, in April 2015. In an electrifying, all-action brawl, Flores earned a split decision to win the title. In his last two fights, Flores was able to defend the interim WBA World Super Bantamweight title against Luis Emanuel Cusolito, while also adding the IBO World Super Bantamweight title against Paulus Ambunda. Flores looks forward to claiming the full rights to the WBA World Super Bantamweight title on June 17 when he faces current champion Guillermo Rigondeaux in a 12-round championship showdown.

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Francisco Silva: Yo no le puedo llamar fracaso…

Apr 19, 2017

19 de abril del 2017, Bereavisión-deportes

 

Francisco Silva: Yo no le puedo llamar fracaso…

Ante la derrota contra Puebla y las declaraciones de Jemez al final de este encuentro, sobre si Cruz Azul aún no termina de aprender de sus errores, este miércoles el jugador Francisco Silva se presentó ante los medios de comunicación, pese a que los Cementeros ya no tiene nada que perder en los próximos encuentros

“Ustedes pueden llamarlo como quieran, yo no puedo llamarlo fracaso, porque se intentó desde el primer partido jugar bien.”

Al cuestionarlo si lo que están viviendo, por el nivel de los jugadores que tienen es un fracaso recalcó que han tenido errores, pero que su desempeño es bueno, simplemente los resultados nos se dieron.

Aunque tres años sin calificar es un golpe duro para la afición y la Máquina Celeste tuvo oportunidades de ganar, pretenden terminar de la mejor manera; dice sentirse frustrado cuando ellos lo intentan todo pero está consiente de las oportunidades que aprovechan los rivales para sacar el marcador a favor

“Lamentablemente no se ha conseguido el triunfo”

Consientes que la directiva puede hacer cambios y cuando no se cumplen los objetivos todo se pone a evaluación, dijo que en lo personal a sentido que fue un torneo no muy bueno para el.

” Es un golpe duro cuando no clasificas…si es duro no clasificar”

“El equipo a jugado bastante bien y no es normal que tenga estos resultados

Al cuestionarle sobre la afición dijo que ellos trabajan de la mejor forma para que la afición no resienta estas derrotas pero hay ciertas cosas que ellos no pueden controlar.

“Paco a hecho un gran trabajo acá.. debería seguir con su proyecto”

A su parecer el trabajo hecho por Jemez no es el problema para que el Cruz Azul no levante.

Por último se le cuestionó su parecer en cuanto a la alza de boletos para el partido contra Chivas en el estadio Azul este fin de semana, si a su parecer es una falta de respeto para su afición tras los resultados, a lo que dijo: creo que ese es un tema que no podría hablar, a mi no me compete.

Fotografia: Francisco Silva

Nota: Tabita Hernandez salinas

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Los campeones del Apertura 2016 y Clausura 2017 de la LIGA Bancomer MX y de la Copa MX se enfrentarán en Los Ángeles

Apr 19, 2017

StubHub Center ha sido seleccionado como sede de la tercera edición anual de los partidos de la LIGA Bancomer MX “Campeón de Campeones y SuperCopa MX” el 16 de julio 

 

Los campeones del Apertura 2016 y Clausura 2017 de la LIGA Bancomer MX y de la Copa MX se enfrentarán en Los Ángeles por segundo año consecutivo

 

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Miércoles, 19 de abril, 2017) – Liga MX, en conjunto con Univision Deportes, Soccer United Marketing y el LA Galaxy, anunciaron hoy que el partido de la LIGA Bancomer MX “Campeón de Campeones”, el partido de campeonato emblemático de fútbol mexicano entre los dos campeones más recientes de la Liga MX, regresará a Los Ángeles en su tercera edición anual en los Estados Unidos. El partido de la SuperCopa MX, el cual decidirá al campeón de campeones entre los últimos dos ganadores de la Copa MX, también se disputará como parte del evento.

 

Por segundo año consecutivo, la doble cartelera se llevará a cabo en el StubHub Center, casa del equipo de Major League Soccer, LA Galaxy, en Carson, Calif., el domingo, 16 de julio a las 2:30 p.m. y a las 7:45 p.m. PT.

 

Los boletos para la doble cartelera Campeón de Campeones y SuperCopa MX comienzan desde $47. Boletos con precio descontado estarán disponibles para grupos de 10 o más personas. Una preventa exclusiva para el evento comenzará el miércoles, 19 de abril a las 10 a.m. PT mientras que el público general tendrá acceso a los boletos comenzando el jueves, 20 de abril a través de www.axs.com y www.stubhubcenter.com

El partido de la SuperCopa MX contará con la participación del campeón de la Copa MX Clausura 2017, por determinarse este miércoles, 19 de abril entre Chivas de Guadalajara y Morelia en la Final de la Copa MX Clausura 2017, ante el Club Querétaro, campeón de la Copa MX Apertura 2016.

El evento también contará con el enfrentamiento por el título de Campeón de Campeones, donde el campeón de la LIGA Bancomer MX Apertura 2016 Tigres UANL se enfrentará al campeón de la LIGA Bancomer MX Clausura 2017, por determinarse en mayo, para coronar al Campeón de Campeones de la Liga MX.

Ambos partidos serán transmitidos en vivo por Univision, además de que el segundo partido también se trasmitirá por Univision Deportes Network (UDN), la cadena deportiva número uno de cable en español. El calendario de transmisión por las cadenas de Univision será anunciado próximamente.

 

Liga Bancomer MX y Univision Deportes se han asociado con Soccer United Marketing (SUM) y el LA Galaxy para organizar el evento. Detalles adicionales sobre el evento, incluyendo información de acreditaciones de prensa, serán anunciadas en una fecha posterior.

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CLAVES PARA LA VICTORIA | Andre Berto vs. Shawn Porter

Apr 19, 2017
 

***ALERTA DE VIDEO***

 

CLAVES PARA LA VICTORIA

ANDRE BERTO vs. SHAWN PORTER

 

Sábado 22 de Abril a las 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT

En Vivo Por SHOWTIME ®

 

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Raul “El Diamante” Marquez examina las claves para la victoria de la batalla entre los ex monarcas mundiales Andre Berto y “Showtime” Shawn Porter, quiénes ponen todo en la línea al enfrentarse en una eliminatoria welter de la CMB (WBC por sus siglas en inglés) el sábado 22 de abril en vivo por SHOWTIME (9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT) desde Barclays Center en Brooklyn, N.Y. Disponible en español a través de programación de audio secundario (SAP).

 

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