La pasión móvil por el Rebaño también estrena imagen

Sep 18, 2018

La pasión móvil por el Rebaño también estrena imagen
El equipo más nacional, importante y popular del futbol mexicano continúa con la actualización de sus canales de comunicación al servicio de sus 40 millones de seguidores, ya que a partir de ahora la APP del Rebaño Sagrado cuenta con una nueva imagen.

Así como recientemente sucedió con nuestro sitio web, esta acción responde a la necesidad del club más grande de México de mantenerse a la vanguardia en todos los aspectos y sobre todo de acercar lo más posible a todos los ChivaHermanos al cuadro de sus amores.

¿Qué novedades encontrarás al navegar por la APP oficial de las Chivas?
– Es una aplicación más robusta y ágil en cada aspecto tecnológico e informativo, con secciones renovadas tanto visuales como de lectura.
– Sumamos el canal de Youtube oficial del equipo al feed de noticias.
– El Match Center está totalmente renovado y ahora podrás tener en tiempo real:
* Las estadísticas del primer equipo en los partidos.
* Las formaciones del Guadalajara y sus rivales mostradas de una forma más visual con el dibujo táctico en el campo de juego.
* Sus números colectivos e individuales después de cada jornada.
* La tabla de posiciones con filtros por encuentros de local o de visita.
* Más información sobre nuestro plantel con datos de su desempeño en cada partido.
– Y eso no es todo porque vendrán muchas más funciones que podrás descubrir muy pronto para que en cualquier lugar donde estés puedas estar enterado del acontecer 24/7 de las Chivas.

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Ramirez wins unanimous decision over Orozco

Sep 18, 2018

Ramirez vs. Orozco/Herring vs. Moralde/Flores vs. Gutierrez 

* Ramirez wins unanimous decision over Orozco, retains WBC super lightweight world title
* Herring dominates Moralde, wins USBA junior lightweight belt
* Gabriel Flores Jr. survives knockdown, remains undefeated

(Photo Credit: Mikey Williams / Top Rank)
FRESNO, Calif (Sept. 14, 2018) —  Jose Ramirez didn’t want the hometown fans to leave unhappy. In front of a crowd of 11,102 at the Save Mart Center on Friday evening, Avenal native Ramirez retained the WBC super lightweight world title with a unanimous decision against fellow unbeaten Antonio Orozco. The scores were 119-107 3X.

Ramirez (23-0, 16 KOs) knocked Orozco down with a crisp right hand in the fourth round and found success with his left hook throughout the bout. In the eighth round, Ramirez scored a knockdown with a left hook to the liver and nearly finished Orozco at the end of the round.

“This was an excellent fight, and Antonio Orozco is a true warrior,” Ramirez said. “We put it out there, and Antonio was a very tough opponent who gave it his all. A special thanks to all the people in Fresno who showed their support tonight.”

Ramirez won the belt with a hard-fought unanimous decision against Amir Imam back in March. For his first title defense, he took on a previously undefeated challenger in Orozco (27-1, 17 KOs), who on paper represented the toughest test of his career. Ramirez and Orozco went toe-to-toe and produced a championship bout for the ages.

Flanked by his Marine comrades on his way to the ring, 2012 U.S. Olympian and Marine Corps veteran Jamel “Semper Fi” Herring (18-2, 10 KOs ) notched the most significant win of his carer, defeating John Vincent Moralde (20-2, 10 KOs) by 10-round unanimous decision (100-90 3X) to win the vacant USBA junior lightweight title.

“I wanted to show that I could not only make 130 pounds, but that I could be strong at the weight as well,” Herring said. “Now, I’m that much closer to a world title shot.”

In his biggest test to date, 18-year-old sensation Gabriel Flores Jr. (10-0, 5 KOs) was undeterred by the big stage and the bright lights. Flores, from Stockton, Calif., survived a first-round knockdown to defeat Roger Gutierrez by unanimous decision in a six-round lightweight bout.

The scores were as followed: 59-54, 59-54, and 58-54.

“I could’ve done better, but I was in there against a tough guy. I have no explanation for it, but my legs locked up in the early rounds. I started moving in the last rounds, and my legs were feeling better. I boxed him and got the victory. All I can do from here is learn from this experience.

“I came back strong. I know l will be better next time out.”

In other action:

Vacant USBA Welterweight Title: Alexander Besputin (11-0, 9 KOs), TKO 9, 1:44, Alan Sanchez (20-4-1, 10 KOs).

Besputin said: “I feel very grateful to be signed by Top Rank, the best promotional company in the world. I now want all of the big names at 135, including the winner of Lomachenko and Pedraza.”

Super Lightweights: Hiroki Okada (19-0, 13 KOs), split decision, 10 rounds, Cristian Cora (27-7-2, 11 KOs). Scores: 95-94 Okada, 95-94 Coria, 95-94 Okada.

Okada knocked down in the 10th round by Coria right hand.

Lightweights: Bryan Vasquez (38-3, 20 KOs), unanimous decision, 10 rounds, Carlos Cardenas (21-15-1, 13 KOs). Scores: 98-92, 96-94, 96-94 .

Vasquez said: “I feel very grateful to be signed by Top Rank, the best promotional company in the world. I now want all of the big names at 135, including the winner of Lomachenko and Pedraza.”

Featherweights: Isidro Ochoa (6-0, 2 KOs), KO 3, 2:14, Elio De Jesus  (2-3, 0 KOs).

Super Bantamweights: Santos Ortega (3-0, 1 KO), unanimous decision, 4 rounds, Sebastian Baltazar (1-2, 0 KOs). Scores: 40-36, 40-36, 40-36.

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Sep 14, 2018
Photo Credit: Tom Hogan-Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotions 
Video Credit: Golden Boy Promotions
Canelo vs. GGG 2 is a 12-round fight for the middleweight championship of the world presented by Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions. Munguia vs. Cook is a 12-round battle for the WBO Junior Middleweight World Title presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Zanfer Promotions. Lemieux vs. O’Sullivan is a 12-round a WBA World Title Eliminator presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Eye of The Tiger Management in association with Murphy’s Boxing. Gonzalez vs. Fuentes is a 10-round super flyweight fight presented by Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions in association with Teiken Promotions and Zanfer Promotions. The event is sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING,” Hennessy, “Never Stop, Never Settle,” O’Reilly Auto Parts, Fred Loya Insurance, Interjet, Venom, and Fathom Events. The event will take place Saturday, Sept. 15 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Doors to the event open at 2:00 p.m., and the first fight begins at 2:00 p.m. The event will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at a special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
Note: The media center at David Copperfield Theater Noon PT on Saturday, Sept. 15.

“24/7 Canelo/GGG 2” is streaming on HBO GO & HBO NOW. Canelo’s fifth “24/7” appearance and Golovkin’s third, “24/7 CANELO/GGG 2” is the latest installment of the acclaimed franchise that began in 2007.
Tickets are on sale for the closed circuit telecast of Canelo vs. GGG 2 at MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage and Luxor are priced at $100, not including applicable fees. Seating is general admission at MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay and The Mirage while Luxor will have assigned seats. Tickets may be purchased at any MGM Resorts International Box Office, by phone with a major credit card at (800) 745-3000 or online at
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Sep 14, 2018


Las Vegas – UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, today announced a new multi-year licensing agreement with UFC Hall of Famer Bas Rutten to launch the UFC | BAS Body Action System®. The agreement, negotiated by IMG, allows Rutten, a former UFC heavyweight champion and three-time King of Pancrase, to produce a UFC branded edition of his patented MMA training device to sell online and at select retailers globally.

Developed by Rutten to maximize and revolutionize martial arts training, the Body Action System has a patented design that incorporates a head pad for strikes, hooks and uppercuts; a torso pad for punches, elbows and knees; and a focus pad to offer greater mass for core training, side-to-side striking, and kicks.

“The UFC | BAS Body Action System combines a complete training device for MMA with the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization,” Rutten said. “This system is the closest thing having a real sparring partner with you inside the Octagon, and it’s a fantastic all-in-one system that delivers a world-class workout!”

The UFC | BAS Body Action System, total body training, is a great way to become a leaner, faster and more powerful athlete. UFC | BAS training content is also available to help customers keep their workouts fresh.  For more information on the system, accessories, and content, please visit

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Sep 14, 2018
Tickets on Sale Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 at 10:00 a.m PT!
LOS ANGELES (Sept. 12, 2018): The final chapter of most historic rivalry in mixed martial arts history will take place as Chuck Liddell (30-8, 20 KOs) takes on Tito Ortiz(19-12-1, 8 KOs) in a three-round main event on Saturday, Nov. 24 at the “Fabulous” Forum in Inglewood, California. The fight will be presented live on Pay-Per-View beginning at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET.
Liddell was a former kickboxer who became a veritable legend in the sport of MMA. Liddell defended the UFC Light Heavyweight crown four times against the likes of Tito OrtizRandy Couture and Jeremy Horn. Liddell, who also has victories against Alistair Overeem and Wanderlei Silva, will return to the cage after eight years to fulfill what he says is his fans’ biggest desire.
“I’ve already knocked him out twice,” said Chuck Liddell. “I’m doing this for my fans because this is the one fight they all keep asking me for, and they want to see him knocked out. Tito is a punk, but I also want to inspire people and show them that the only limitations we have are the ones we put on ourselves. For me, it’s a fight to right some wrongs from the past and to renew my strength and discipline. My focus is laser sharp, and I can’t wait to see blood! Tito is going down! I’m thrilled to be partnered with Golden Boy Promotions for this event because they understand the sacrifice that we fighters make to entertain the world. Together we are going to bring the biggest event in MMA history. November 24, you better be watching!”
Known worldwide as the “Huntington Beach Bad Boy,” Ortiz became one of the first stars of mix martial arts and has faced the likes of Ken ShamrockForrest GriffinWanderlei SilvaVitor Belfort and Ryan Bader. Ortiz held the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship for three years and is considered one of the most important figures the sport has ever had. Ortiz will return after first-round submission victory against Chael Sonnen in January 2017 and will look to return to Inglewood, Calif. to finish a rivalry what was started several years ago.
“It’s extremely important that I finish this the way I want to,” said Tito Ortiz. “Liddell was my friend. He says he’s not my friend, well great. We’re enemies, and that’s just the way it is. Now it’s time for fans to buy this pay-per-view to watch one of the best fights of my career. Chuck will come in thinking he can knock me out. He’ll come in swinging for the fences, but I’ll knock his ass out. Oscar De La Hoya and Golden Boy Promotions has stepped up to give fans what they want after 25 years of mixed martial arts. To be a partner in such a big promotion has always been my dream.”
“This event will be huge for sports fans around the world,” said Oscar De La Hoya, CEO and Chairman of Golden Boy Promotions. “Liddell and Ortiz are two of the most recognized fighters in mixed martial arts history. They are legends in the sport. Everyone remembers that their rivalry helped put the sport on the map, and we’re excited to host the next and final chapter of this historic rivalry.”
The undercard of this event will be fully stacked with competitive mixed martial arts bouts. Details will be announced shortly.
Liddell vs. Ortiz 3 is a three-round light heavyweight fight presented by Golden Boy Promotions. The fights will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018 at the ‘Fabulous’ Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The fight will be presented live on Pay-Per-View beginning at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET.
Tickets for Liddell vs. Ortiz 3 go on sale Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 at 10:00 am PT. Tickets are priced at $30, $50, $100, $150, $300, $500 and Ringside VIP $1,000. (Limited Number Ringside VIP Available Access To The Forum Club Included) Prices do not include applicable facility fees and service charges, with a total ticket limit of 12 per person. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Tickets will also be available for purchase at or, and also at the Forum Box Office.
For more information, visit Follow on Twitter @GoldenBoyBoxing, @TitoOrtiz, and @ChuckLiddell. Become a fan on Facebook at and Follow on Instagram @GoldenBoyBoxing and @OscarDeLaHoya. Follow the conversation using #LiddellOrtiz3.
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Sep 14, 2018


Tyler Adams Records First International Goal in 71st Minute;
USA Improves Record Against Mexico to 14-7-6 Since 2000

NASHVILLE (Sept. 11, 2018) – Continuing to test itself against some of the best in the world, the U.S. Men’s National Team was buoyed by a second-half surge and utilized a 71st minute strike from Tyler Adams – his first international goal – to earn a 1-0 victory against regional rivals Mexico in front of 40,194 fans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. With the victory, the USA improves its all-time mark against Mexico to 19-34-15 and extends its series advantage since 2000 to 14-7-6.

The MNT utilized a high press to break up Mexico’s passing lanes early on, but the visitors carried possession for much of the first half. El Trí forced two important stops out of Zack Steffen, with the USA goalkeeper pushing Edson Alvarez’s snap header off a corner kick over the bar in the 15thminute before smothering Roberto Alvarado’s one-time effort in the 37th.

The USA had its first-half opportunities as well, with Gyasi Zardes earning a free kick just outside the area, before Kellyn Acosta’s take was blocked by the wall in the 28th minute. Later in the half, Zardes laid a pass for Tim Weah, with the 18-year-old taking a low first-time hit that Mexico goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez got down well to save.

As so many USA-Mexico clashes have been, the second half became a physical affair, which boiled over after the hour mark. It began as Diego Lainez was judged to have fouled Matt MIazga in the U.S. box, with the pair exchanging a healthy dose of words and gestures. Play restarted, but stopped soon again when Angel Zaldivar delivered a two-footed tackle on Wil Trapp at midfield that forced referee Ricardo Montero to show a straight red card in the 67th minute.

Up a man, the USA needed just four minutes to take advantage. Working with more space, Kellyn Acosta sprung Antonee Robinson down the left, allowing the full back to deliver a low cross into the box. Adams met the cross with a late run and one-timed his effort past Hugo Gonzalez in the 71 stminute. The goal was the 19-year-old midfielder’s first for the U.S. MNT.

With Mexico unable to create much in the attack while down a man, the USA weathered the physical play to earn the 1-0 victory over its regional rival.

The MNT will continue to test itself against top international sides with a pair of Kickoff Series matches next month. The USA will host Colombia on Thursday, Oct. 11 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. (7:30 p.m. ET; FS1, UniMas, UDN), and follow that up with a match against Peru on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. (7:30 p.m. ET; ESPN2, UniMas, UDN).

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Tyler Adams (Antonee Robinson) 71st minute: It took the USA just four minutes after the going up a man to find the opening goal. With more space to work with, the USA took advantage, with Kellyn Acosta slotting Antonee Robinson in down the left side. The full back centered a low pass into the box where a late run from Adams allowed him to one-time his effort past Hugo Gonzalez USA 1, MEX 0 [ WATCH ] FINAL.

Key Save and Defensive Plays:
USA – Zack Steffen, 15th minute: The first good chance of the match came from Mexico as Roberto Alvarado’s corner kick from the left picked out Edson Alvarez at the near post. The defender snapped his header towards goal, but Steffen pushed the ball over the bar to force another corner kick. On the ensuing take from the right, Steffen easily claimed the ball at the back post.

USA – Zack Steffen, 37th minute: Catching the U.S. in transition, Mexico broke out with another dangerous attack when Diego Lainez sped down the right before beating Wil Trapp into the penalty area. Once there, Lainez dashed along on the end line and centered for Alvarado, but his first-time effort was smothered a yard off the line by Steffen.

MEX – Hugo Gonzalez, 40th minute: Tim Weah helped the U.S. attack find its footing late in the second half. Minutes after blasting a long-range effort to earn a corner kick, Weah forced El Trí goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez into action for the first time. Intercepting a pass in midfield, Wil Trapp quickly transitioned to Gyasi Zardes, who switched the ball to the left for Weah. The winger took the pass in stride and one-timed a low effort from outside the box that Gonzalez did well to block.

MEX – Hugo Gonzalez, 62nd minute: The U.S. continued to pressure and came close again thanks to a quick restart from Julian Green. The substitute midfielder played to the left for Antonee Robinson who took some space before whipping in a cross for Zardes that Gonzalez claimed it at the near post.

Additional Notes:

  • The MNT improves its record against Mexico to 19-34-15 and leads the series since 2000 with a 14-7-6 mark.
  • Tyler Adams’ 71st minute strike was the first of his senior international career.
  • Antonee Robinson recorded his second international assist on Adams’ goal.
  • Zack Steffen made three saves to keep his second career clean sheet.
  • With an average of 23 years, 5 days, the Starting XI was the youngest the MNT has put out against Mexico in the modern era (1990-present). The next youngest lineup against El Trí in that timespan came on March 12, 1991, a 2-2 draw in Los Angeles (23 years, 289 days).
  • The match was the sixth consecutive game in which the MNT lineup averaged under 24 years.
  • Midfielder Weston McKennie exited the match in the 40th minute with a left knee sprain.
  • At 18 years, 201 days, Tim Weah became the third youngest player in the MNT’s modern era to start against Mexico after Christian Pulisic (18 years, 54 days; Nov. 16, 2011) and Jozy Altidore (18 years, 92 days; Feb. 6, 2008).
  • Wil Trapp captained the side for the sixth time. Trapp has worn the armband in every U.S. match this year except for the 3-0 win against Bolivia on May 28.
  • Collecting his fifth cap, Zack Steffen became the second-least experienced goalkeeper to make his first appearance against Mexico after Jonny Walker, who made his third and final MNT appearance in a 1-0 win against El Trí on April 28, 2004.
  • Adams and Trapp made their team-leading sixth appearances of 2018.
  • Matt Miazga and Cameron Carter-Vickers were deployed as the MNT’s center back pairing for the third time. The duo partnered in the 1-0 victory against Paraguay on March 27 and the 2-1 defeat at Ireland on June 2.
  • Nine of players in the Starting XI are products of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy: Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Tyler Adams (New York Red Bulls), Weston McKennie (FC Dallas), Matt Miazga (New York Red Bulls), Shaq Moore (FC Dallas) Zack Steffen (FC DELCO), Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew SC), Tim Weah (New York Red Bulls/BW Gottschee), Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy).
  • With the MNT dressing 20 players, goalkeeper Alex Bono and defender Aaron Long were healthy scratches from tonight’s matchday squad.
  • The MNT moves to 2-2-1 all-time at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.
  • This is the second time the MNT has played on September 11. The first came in 2012, a 1-0 win against Jamaica in Semifinal Round World Cup Qualifying in Columbus, Ohio.
  • During their stay in the New York area last week, the U.S. Men’s National Team met with members of the NYPD and FDNY Soccer Teams at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum , exchanging jerseys and touring the museum.

– U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report –

Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Mexico
Date: September 11, 2018
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Nissan Stadium; Nashville, Tenn.
Attendance: 40,194
Kickoff: 8:10 p.m. CT / 9:10 p.m. ET
Weather: 69 degrees; cloudy

Scoring Summary: 1   2   F 
USA                          0   1   1
MEX                         0   0   0

USA – Tyler Adams (Antonee Robinson)     71st minute

USA: 1-Zack Steffen; 19-Shaq Moore (2-DeAndre Yedlin, 85), 5-Cameron Carter-Vickers, 3-Matt Miazga, 15-Eric Lichaj (17-Antonee Robinson, 56 ); 20-Wil Trapp (capt.); 23-Kellyn Acosta (10-Cristian Roldan, 85), 4- Tyler Adams, 8-Weston McKennie (16-Julian Green, 40), 11-Tim Weah (25-Marky Delgado, 90+2); 9-Gyasi Zardes (7- Bobby Wood, 80)
Substitutes not used: 12-Ethan Horvath, 13-Andrija Novakovich, 21-Tim Parker
Head coach: Dave Sarachan

MEX: 1-Hugo González; 19-José Abella, 3-Hugo Ayala (capt.), 2-Oswaldo Alanís (21-Jesús Angulo, 90+3), 17-Gerardo Arteaga; 4-Edson Álvarez, 5-Victor Guzmán (23-Jesús Gallardo, 80); 18-Diego Lainez (11-Elías Hernández, 74 ), 24-Roberto Alvarado (10-Alan Pulido, 74), 16-Erick Aguirre; 14-Ángel Zaldivar
Substitutes not used: 12-Gibran Lajud, 6-Jonathan Dos Santos, 8-Luis Rodriguez, 20-Jonathan González 
Head coach: Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferreti

Stats Summary: USA / MEX
Shots: 13 / 10
Shots on Goal: 3 / 3
Saves: 3 / 2
Corner Kicks: 4 / 3
Fouls: 12 / 8
Offside: 0 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Matt Miazga (caution) 38th minute
MEX – Edson Álvarez (caution) 66
MEX – Ángel Zaldivar (sent off) 67
USA – DeAndre Yedlin (caution) 88
USA – Bobby Wood (caution) 89

Referee: Ricardo Montero (CRC)
Assistant Referee 1: Juan Carlos Mora (CRC)
Assistant Referee 2: Gerson Lopez (GUA)
4th Official: Juan Gabriel Calderon (CRC) Man of the Match: Tyler Adams


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Sep 14, 2018
 Photos and Videos
Photo Credit: Hogan Photos/Golden Boy Promotions 
Video Credit: Golden Boy Promotions
LAS VEGAS (Sept. 11, 2018) – Lineal Middleweight World Champion Canelo Alvarez(49-1-2, 34 KOs) and WBC/WBA/IBO Middleweight Champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-0-1, 34 KOs) made their grand arrivals today at the MGM Grand Resort and Casino in Las Vegas ahead of their highly anticipated rematch on Sept. 15 at T-Mobile Arena,  produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View® beginning at the special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
They were joined by breakout Mexican star Jaime Munguia (30-0, 25 KOs), who will make the second defense of his WBO Junior Middleweight World Title against rugged Canadian contender Brandon “Bad Boy” Cook (20-1, 13 KOs) in a 12-round battle.Former IBF Middleweight World Champion David Lemieux (39-4, 33 KOs) of Montreal, Canada and Irish warrior Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan (28-2, 20 KOs) of Cork, Ireland will go head-to-head in a 12-round middleweight battle that has Fight of the Year candidate written all over it.Former pound-for-pound king and former four-division world champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez (46-2, 38 KOs) of Managua, Nicaragua will make his highly anticipated return against experienced Mexican warrior Moises “Moi” Fuentes (25-5-1, 14 KOs) in a 10-round super flyweight battle that will open the HBO Pay-Per-View telecast.
Below is what the fighters had to say at today’s grand arrivals:
“I’m bothered by all the stupid things they’ve been saying. I don’t know which one to laugh about or get angry about at this point. But their statements are all excuses for the loss they will take this Saturday. I have been using all of these statements as motivation for my fighton Saturday. I know that it can be dangerous to go in the ring with a hot head, but I have experience. I know how to use this anger in the ring intelligently. I’m happy for all the support the fans give me, and I will give them a great fight this Saturday.”
“Mexican Independence Day is a huge day for boxing and boxing fans. I am a professional.  I am not nervous but I am very excited to be able to defend my titles on a major Mexican national holiday for the third consecutive time.  My Mexican fans like true fighters and true heroes. This may be a rematch but it is a different story, a better story, a bigger story.  This fight is the biggest level for me, 100%.  I am healthy and strong.  I had my best training camp.  I have the fight I want against the fighter I want and on the biggest stage.  Why shouldn’t I be happy?  If Canelo gives me a chance and fights like he claims he will, I will knock him out.  It is time for the Big Drama Show.”
“I’m very happy for the support that I’m getting from the fans. I feel they are drawn to me because of my style of fighting and because they know I like to give a great show to the fans. Right now, it’s just about maintaining weight and preparing for the weigh-in. I know Cook is tough and difficult fighter, but you’re going to see a more relaxed and concentrated Jaime Munguia this Saturday.”
“It’s a dream come true for me. Two fights had gotten cancelled. This is a huge opportunity for my team. I didn’t come here to get paid, I came here to fight. Munguia’s tough. I was running this morning, and I saw him running, so I know he’s preparing well. This is one of the toughest challenges of my life. I can’t thank Golden Boy enough. This is it, and I can’t wait.I know he’s ready, I’m ready. I’m going to be his toughest opponent to date.”
“I’m excited for Saturday night. I promise you some fireworks. I hope everyone enjoys the show. He has a big mouth. He likes to talk garbage on social media. He’s not the best kind of guy. I’m going to knock him out and make a lot of people happy. I’m at 100% right now. You’re going to see David Lemieux who is at his best this Saturday.”
“It means a great deal for me. It took me eight years to get here. I’m more ready than I’ve ever been before. He’s going to be cooked. He’s very one dimensional. He does the same thing over and over again. He says the same stuff over and over again. I’m going to teach him a lesson on Saturday night. I’m a very hard worker, I’ve been a hard worker my whole life. I fight like a Mexican.Watch out David, you’re getting knocked out.”
“I thank God for this opportunity. This is exactly what I have been praying for. I’m ready to make my comeback against this tough opponent. I will show the world I can still be a world champion.”
Canelo vs. GGG 2 is a 12-round fight for the middleweight championship of the world presented by Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions. Munguia vs. Cook is a 12-round battle for the WBO Junior Middleweight World Title presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Zanfer Promotions. Lemieux vs. O’Sullivan is a 12-round a WBA World Title Eliminator presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Eye of The Tiger Management in association with Murphy’s Boxing. Gonzalez vs. Fuentes is a 10-round super flyweight fight presented by Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions in association with Teiken Promotions and Zanfer Promotions. The event is sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING,” Hennessy, “Never Stop, Never Settle,” O’Reilly Auto Parts, Fred Loya Insurance, Interjet, Venom, and Fathom Events. The event will take place Saturday, Sept. 15 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at a special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
“24/7 Canelo/GGG 2” is streaming on HBO GO & HBO NOW. Canelo’s fifth “24/7” appearance and Golovkin’s third, “24/7 CANELO/GGG 2” is the latest installment of the acclaimed franchise that began in 2007.
Limited tickets for Canelo vs. GGG 2 are still available, and are priced at
$5,000, $2,500, $2,000, $1,500, $800, $700, and $500 not including applicable service charges and taxes. There will be a limit of eight (8) per person at the $5,000, $2,500, $2,000, $1,500, $800, $700 and $500 price levels. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849). Tickets are also available for purchase at or
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Terence Crawford Firma Un Nuevo Acuerdo Multianual con Top Rank

Sep 14, 2018

Terence Crawford Firma Un Nuevo Acuerdo Multianual con Top Rank

LAS VEGAS (6 de septiembre del 2018) –  Top Rank se enorgullece en anunciar que la superestrella libra por libra y el actual campeón mundial peso welter de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB), Terence “Bud” Crawford, ha aceptado un nuevo acuerdo multianual con la compañía. Crawford, quien firmó originalmente con Top Rank en el 2011, ha capturado títulos mundiales en tres categorías de peso y ganó el premio al “Mejor Peleador” en los ESPYS del 2018.

Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs), el orgullo de Omaha, Nebraska, tiene marca de 11-0,8 KOs, en peleas de título mundial. Capturó su primer título mundial, la corona de peso ligero de la OMB, con una decisión unánime contra Ricky Burns el 1ro de marzo del 2014. Menos de cuatro meses después, consolidó su status de peleador élite de libra por libra con un nocaut técnico en el noveno asalto ante elcubano Yuriorkis Gamboa frente a casi 11,000 fanáticos en Omaha. Crawford hizo una defensa más de su título de peso ligero antes de subir a las 140 libras.

Crawford limpió la división de las 140 libras, obteniendo un récord de 7-0 en la categoría de peso y unificando los cuatro cinturones principales de título mundial con un nocaut en el tercer asalto contra Julius Indongo en agosto del año pasado. Sin nada más que lograr en las 140 libras, Crawford puso su mirada en la división de peso welter. En su debut en el peso welter, el 9 de junio en el MGM Grand Garden Arena de Las Vegas, Crawford derrotó al previamente invicto Jeff Horn con una victoria por nocaut en la novena ronda para capturar el título welter de la OMB.

Sin embargo, Crawford tiene asuntos pendientes en el peso welter. Armado con el respaldo de Top Rank y el nuevo acuerdo de siete años de la compañía con ESPN, él está listo, dispuesto y capaz a enfrentarse a otros campeones mundiales de la división.

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Concentración y buen ambiente

Sep 13, 2018

Jornada Rayada: Concentración y buen ambiente

El día de Rayados

Este fin de semana recibimos a Chivas en Casa, y en cada Entrenamiento Rayado dejamos el máximo de esfuerzo y actitud Rayada para llegar con la mejor preparación de cara al duelo de la jornada 9.

Los Rayados realizamos futbol en espacios reducidos la mayor parte de la práctica, afinando detalles y dejando todo en cada balón disputado en el Centro de Entrenamiento BBVA Bancomer El Barrial.

Dirigidos por Diego Alonso y el Cuerpo Técnico, los albiazules se dicen listos para recibir al rebaño y conseguir los tres puntos a disputarse este fin de semana.

Por la tarde Guillermo Madrigal, Stefan Medina y Carlos Rodríguez convivieron con pequeños de la asociación Unidos Contigo, en una tarde llena de risas, diversión y billar.

Cortesia: Club Monterrey

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Sep 13, 2018

La experiencia y la clase del  sonorense Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada se impusieron para derrotar por decisión unánime en 12 asaltos al fuerte peleador capitalino Felipe ¨Gallito¨ Orucuta en una emocionante pelea digna de dos mexicanos en la pelea estelar en el Forum de Inglewood, California en la funcion Superfly 3 que presento 360 Promotions.
Estrada (37-3, 25 Kos)  apretó a finales del sexto y séptimo a un valiente “Gallito” Orucuta (36-5,30KO) y el combate se tornó emocionante desde ahí hasta el final y puso de pie a los aficionados en el Forum de Inglewood.
Las  tarjetas de los jueces fueron: 118-110 y 117-111X2 todas a favor de Estrada y así convertirse en el retador numero uno al título Supermosca del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo.
¨Apreté para terminar con Orucuta, pero es un peleador fuerte y un gran boxeador, seguro vendrán buenas cosas para él; quiero la revancha contra Rungvisai, lo estaré esperando¨ expresó el orgullo de Puerto Peñasco, Sonora de 28 años.
Desde que sonó la campana el sonorense tomó la iniciativa, del cual logró conectar par de derechas que sorprendieron a Orocuta. Pero los movimientos de cintura y certeros golpes no dejaban duda sobre quién comandaba la pelea.
En los rounds intermedios, el mexiquense logra presionar y sacarle un par de episodios con buenas combinaciones al de Puerto Peñasco, en la zona de cuerdas sometiendo y parando los buenos movimientos de cintura de Estrada.
En los asaltos finales Estrada vuelve a entrar en control de la batalla, aunque Orocuta sigue presionando no logra conseguir que los jueces cambien de opinión.
En la pelea coestelar, Donnie Nietes empató con Alston Palcite por tarjetas de 118-110, 112-116 y 114-114 y el cinturón supermosca de la OMB continua vacante. El japonés Kazuto Ioka venció por decisión unánime al puertorriqueño McWilliam Arroyo, los jueces dieron 99-90 y 97-92 (2) para conseguir el título mundial plata supermosca del CMB
Por su parte la tijuanense Brenda Flores derrotó por decisión dividida a la australiana Louis Hawton por tarjetas de 93-97, 97-93, 94-96, para apoderarse del cinturón peso átomo del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo.
“Este cinturon es para mi familia y todo la gente bonit de Tijuana que siempre me ha apoyado”dijo Flores quien es la tercera mujer de Tijuana que conquista un campeonato mundial al igual que Jackie Nava y Kenia Enrique.
Abriendo la cartelera JoselitoVelázquez de Cancun, Quinta Roo no pasó problemas para vencer a su rival Alfredo Flores por decisión unánime (60-54 los tres jueces) en seis asaltos.
Fotos: Germán Villaseñor/Zanfer.


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