El rebaño viajó a República Dominicana y se trajo una ventaja de 2 goles en la Concachampions

Feb 23, 2018

CHIVAS CON EL PIE DERECHO

El rebaño viajó a República Dominicana y se trajo una ventaja de 2 goles en la Concachampions.

Sin lugar a dudas la suerte o el buen futbol no han ido de la mano con el Club Guadalajara en su paso por la liga Mx en lo que va del torneo clausura 2018, sin embargo las cosas no has sido iguales en su inicio a la conquista del título de campeones de la Concacaf, pues la noche de este jueves en su visita a la isla caribeña de Republica Dominicana los rojiblancos lograron alzarse con la victoria ante un voluntarioso pero poco productivo equipo del Cibao por 2 goles a cero.

Si bien la gran mayoría de los seguidores de los tapatíos esperaban una sencilla y holgada victoria ante los caribeños esto no pudo ser posible, pues a pesar de sus limitantes los Dominicanos se plantaron bien en el terreno de juego y les plantearon un trabado encuentro a los de Verde valle, sin embargo la constancia y presión de la visita rindió frutos justo antes de concluir la primera mitad, pues 5 minutos antes de finalizar lograron abrir el marcador en los pies de Jesús Sánchez, cuando después de varias llegadas de peligro por fin pudieron descifrar la debilidad de los de casa y aprovecharon para marcar en su favor.

Para la segunda parte las cosas no cambiaron mucho y los dirigidos por Matías Almeida estuvieron varias veces cerca de hacer crecer la ventaja en su favor sin embargo parecía que la pólvora se les había remojado, hasta que en tiempo de compensación y segundos antes de finalizar el encuentro lograron hacerse presentes nuevamente en el marcador, ahora en un desdoble por el lado izquierdo de su ataque que finalizó en un buen centro que quedó en los pies de Cisneros quien se encontraba dentro del área chica y sirvió un corto pero efectivo pase al José Juan Macías, quien conectó potente disparo frente al arquero que se encontraba ya vencido después de su recorrido.

Con esto el rebaño sagrado volverá a México para disputar más tranquilo el partido de vuelta, mismo que se encuentra previsto para la próxima semana, mientras que el Cibao tendrá una muy complicada tarea de vencer al multicampeón mexicano en su propia casa, situación que se ve casi imposible, pero nada está dicho hasta concluido el segundo encuentro.

NOTA: MOISES GOMEZ

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HUGO CENTENO JR. SUFFERS RIB INJURY; MATCHUP WITH JERMALL CHARLO RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 21 LIVE ON SHOWTIME

Feb 23, 2018

HUGO CENTENO JR. SUFFERS RIB INJURY – INTERIM MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT WITH JERMALL CHARLO RESCHEDULED FOR PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS EVENT SATURDAY, APRIL 21 LIVE ON SHOWTIME®

 

Next Saturday’s Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® Doubleheader Will Open With Anticipated Rematch Between Andre Dirrell & Jose Uzcategui

 

Saturday, March 3 LIVE on SHOWTIME At 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT From Barclays Center In Brooklyn & Presented By Premier Boxing Champions

 

BROOKLYN (Feb. 23, 2018) – Middleweight contender Hugo Centeno Jr. suffered a rib injury while training and his Interim WBC Middleweight World Championship bout with Jermall Charlo has been rescheduled for a Premier Boxing Champions event on Saturday, April 21 live on SHOWTIME.

 

The March 3 SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast continues as a doubleheader beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT from Barclays Center in Brooklyn.  In the main event, WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder will make the seventh and most difficult defense of his title against fellow-unbeaten heavyweight Luis Ortiz.

 

In the opening bout of the March 3 doubleheader, Andre Dirrell and Jose Uzcategui will meet for the Interim IBF Super Middleweight World Championship in an immediate rematch of one of 2017’s best and most controversial fights.

 

Charlo vs. Centeno will now be a featured bout on the previously announced April 21 SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast presented by Premier Boxing Champions. Four-division world champion Adrien Broner will face undefeated former champion Omar Figueroa and one of boxing’s brightest young stars, Gervonta Davis, returns to the ring as the 23-year-old undefeated former champion looks to regain a title in the 130-pound class.

 

“While the injury to Centeno is unfortunate, we’re pleased to have the flexibility to keep the Charlo-Centeno fight on our 2018 boxing schedule,” said Stephen Espinoza, President, Sports & Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc.  “The March 3 SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING event remains a can’t-miss night for any fight fan, with Deontay Wilder facing the most dangerous opponent of his career in Luis Ortiz, and Andre Dirrell and Jose Uzcategui settling the score in a rematch of one of 2017’s best fights.”

 

“I’m devastated.,” said Centeno. “I’ve been in the gym for a long time. Being so close to a fight and accomplishing my dream of a world title it’s devastating.

 

“It happened during sparring. I tried to work through the pain and as the day progressed and the adrenaline subsided I had to go to the ER and get checked out. It’s a good enough injury that it had to be postponed. Nothing was broken, but it was severe enough to keep me from fighting.

 

“I was just about to peak. Now I have to taper off a bit and cut back to let my body recover and then pick it up and get some momentum back.”

 

“I’m ready to go,” said Charlo. “I’m 167 pounds right now, and this was the best camp I’ve ever had. I’m so disappointed. I’m at a loss for words. When you want something so bad and you don’t get it, you can’t be a kid about it. You just have to deal with it.

 

“I’m hungry and I’m ready to get back in the ring. I’m still coming to the fight though. I’m going be there to support Deontay. I love Barclays Center and all my fans in

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El equipo está para grandes cosas y ante Chivas lo debemos demostrar: Pablo Barrera

Feb 23, 2018

El equipo está para grandes cosas y ante Chivas lo debemos demostrar: Pablo Barrera

 

“(Enfrentar) a Chivas, en nuestra casa y con nuestra gente será un gran impulso para nosotros. El equipo está para grandes cosas y el domingo lo debemos demostrar. Hay que ser intensos, esa es la única forma de ganar. Lo que el equipo se propuso, desde la pretemporada, es que en CU debemos sacar los tres puntos sí o sí”, afirmó Pablo Barrera, capitán del conjunto auriazul, este viernes en conferencia de prensa en las instalaciones de la Cantera.

Para el mediocampista felino no importa la manera en la que llega el conjunto de Guadalajara, por lo que la relajación no pasa por el vestidor universitario. “Es un punto importante, no nos debemos de confiar. Sabemos que Chivas no viene con buenos resultados, pero eso no dice que ganaremos. Será un partido muy difícil, cerrado en medio campo y que si no ponemos intensidad se nos puede complicar”, explicó.

Si quieren conseguir el triunfo, Barrera destacó que el equipo apelará al desgaste físico del rival. “Debemos ser inteligentes y (saber) que ellos tienen un día menos de descanso. Tenemos que empezar desde el minuto uno a ser intensos porque les va a costar en nuestro estadio, a las 12 del día. Si ganamos será un golpe de autoridad y anímicamente nos ayudará mucho”, confesó.

CORTESIA; CLUB PUMAS

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JOSEPH ‘JOJO’ DIAZ, JR. DEFENDS NABF AND NABO FEATHERWEIGHT TITLES VIA THIRD-ROUND KNOCKOUT VICTORY AGAINST VICTOR ‘VIKINGO’ TERRAZAS

Feb 23, 2018
JOSEPH ‘JOJO’ DIAZ, JR. DEFENDS NABF AND NABO FEATHERWEIGHT TITLES VIA THIRD-ROUND KNOCKOUT VICTORY AGAINST VICTOR ‘VIKINGO’ TERRAZAS IN MAIN EVENT OF GOLDEN BOY BOXING ON ESPN AT FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO IN INDIO, CALIF.
 
VERGIL ORTIZ, JR. CAPTURES VACANT JUNIOR NABF SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE WITH TKO VICTORY AGAINST JESUS ALVAREZ
(ABOVE: Joseph Diaz, Jr. scored a third-round knockout victory against Victor Terrazas to defend his NABF and NABO Featherweight Titles in the main event of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN on Feb. 22)
 
 
Photo Credit: Derrick Hogan – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotion
 
INDIO, CALIF. (Feb. 22, 2018): Joseph “JoJo” Diaz (26-0, 14 KOs) successfully defended his NABF and NABO Featherweight Titles with a dominant third-round knockout victory against former world champion Victor “Vikingo” Terrazas (38-5-2, 21 KOs) in the main event of the Feb. 22 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. After dropping Terrazas twice in the first round, Diaz, Jr. continued punishing Terrazas to the head and body before finishing the fight with a left hook at 3:00 of the third round. Diaz, Jr. maintained his status as the No. 1 contender for the featherweight championship of the world with this impressive victory.
 
“Gary Russell, Jr.: You’re next,” said Diaz, Jr. “I’m ready to have that world title around my waist. Once I defeat him, I’m going to give the fight fans what they want to see: champions against champions. Victor Terrazas is a tremendous warrior. I thank him for the opportunity because of all the experience he brought to the ring. He’s a strong veteran and I wish him all the best.”
 
“I’m going to speak with my wife and kids,” said Terrazas. “After all, they’ll be the ones to inform me if I should continue my career or end it tonight. I feel like I’m at the end of my career. It may be time to enjoy my wife and kids and find luck in another profession.”
 
In the co-main event, rising prospect Vergil Ortiz, Jr. (9-0, 9 KOs) successfully captured the vacant Junior NABF Super Lightweight Title with a decisive third-round technical knockout victory against Jesus Alvarez (15-4, 11 KOs) of Sinaloa, Mexico
 
“I feel really good,” said Ortiz, Jr. “I dropped him in the first round with a right hand because he kept pulling straight back. I liked that he got up because he was able to give me more rounds. My dad was telling me to work the body. I really started doing it in the third round and it showed. Now it’s time for me to keep working hard so I can be ready to fight again in a few months.”
 
In the televised swing fight, Filipino standout Rey “Flash” Perez (22-10, 6 KOs) scored a tough but clear unanimous decision victory against Christian “Chimpa” Gonzalez (18-2, 15 KOs) in a lightweight fight. Perez dominated Gonzalez in every round, landing hard shots easily though Gonzalez’ guard. Perez won with scores of 79-73, 79-73, and 78-74.
 
“I had an excellent training camp,” said Perez. “The team did something different this time. We thank Coachella Valley Boxing and Luis Espinoza for their hospitality. I don’t know what’s next for me, but I’ll be ready for what comes.”
 
Genaro “El Conde” Gamez (7-0, 5 KOs) of San Diego, Calif. scored a technical knockout victory against Miguel Mendoza (23-14-2, 11 KOs) of Aguascalientes, Mexico at the end of the fourth round of a scheduled eight-round super lightweight fight.
 
“I had a lot of fun in there,” said Gamez. “I was just playing with him in there in the ring and wanted to get rid of him by the later rounds. I can’t wait to fight again.”
 
Super Featherweight prospect Hector “El Finito” Tanajara, Jr. (12-0, 5 KOs) of San Antonio, Texas scored a first-round knockout victory against the Mexican pugilist Eduardo Rivera (10-4-2, 4 KOs). Tanajara, Jr. wasted no time in landing a lead right uppercut that immediately hurt Rivera, which he followed with a flurry that ended matters at 1:58 seconds of the first round.
 
“I wanted to switch it up because I was throwing the right hand a lot,” said Tanajara, Jr.”So, I threw the lead uppercut and I hurt him. I had to be cautious before going for the finish because some fighters play it off, but either way I got the first-round knockout. I’m going to stay in camp and get ready for the next fight.”
 
Los Angeles, California’s Manny “Chato” Robles, III (15-0, 7 KOs) scored a fourth-round TKO victory against Martin Cordona (24-11, 16 KOs) of Tucson, Arizona in a featherweight fight originally scheduled for eight rounds. After Robles punished Cordona for several rounds, the fight was stopped at 2:53 by the latter’s corner.
 
“Even though he wouldn’t go down, I had to keep trying,” said Robles III. “I knew I had to keep working the body and get the knockout. Hopefully I can move to 10-round fights this year. After this, things will just get tougher as I move up the rankings.” 
 
Diaz, Jr. vs. Terrazas was a 10-round fight for the NABF and NABO Featherweight Titles presented by Golden Boy Promotions. The event was sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING” and Hennessy, “Never Stop, Never Settle.” The fights took place on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.
 
For more information, visit www.goldenboypromotions.com and http://www.espn.com/boxing/; follow on Twitter @GoldenBoyBoxing, @OscarDeLaHoya, @ESPN, and @ESPNBoxeo; become a fan on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/GoldenBoyBoxing; and follow on Instagram @GoldenBoyBoxing and @OscarDeLaHoya. Follow the conversation using #GBPonESPN.
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¨POR HONOR Y GLORIA¨ JUAN ESTRADA

Feb 23, 2018

Este sábado 24 de Febrero del 2018 Superfly 2

En el Forum de Inglewood, California.

Será Televisado en vivo por HBO Boxing After Dark® , en México por Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo

 

¨POR HONOR Y GLORIA¨ JUAN ESTRADA

Santa Mónica, California.- El mexicano Juan Francisco ¨Gallo¨ Estrada dijo hoy que el sábado ante el campeón mundial Supermosca Sor Rungvisai solo tiene en la menta ganar o ganar por ¨honor y gloria¨ en la conferencia de prensa final de la esperada función boxística Superfly 2 donde estuvieron todos los peleadores que verán acción.

 

Es una función conformada por boxeadores de hasta 9 países diferentes  que presenta Tom Loeffler´s 360 Promotions  en asociación con Promociones Zanfer  se realizará este sábado 24 de febrero en el Forum de Inglewood y  será televisada en vivo por HBO en su programa “Boxing After Dark” comenzando a las  6:30 p.m. (Pacífico) en México Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo transmitirá.

 

En el combate estelar de SUPERFLY 2 el monarca Supermosca del WBC  SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI, (43-4-1, 39 KO’s) de Si Sa Ket, Tailandia, expondrá su corona por segunda ocasión en un combate pactado a 12 giros ante el clasificado mundial número uno JUAN FRANCISCO “El Gallo” ESTRADA, (36-2, 25 KO’s) de Puerto Peñasco Sonora, México.
¨Muy motivado, ansioso, quiero el título mundial Supermosca del Consejo, el sábado tengo que ganar o ganar, es por honor y gloria¨ expresó muy seguro en su participación en la conferencia el sonorense Estrada, quien  el próximo sábado cumple aniversario de fallecida su mamá.

Agregó que lleva varios años lidiando con  lesiones que le han impedido llevar una constancia en los grandes niveles, pero ahora esta 100 por sano.

¨Las lesiones quedaron atrás, estoy sano, bien preparado y motivado para este combate y ser el top ten mundial¨ añadió Juan Francisco, quien es entrenado por Alfredo Caballero y su gran equipo multidisciplinario y el médico de cabecera del ¨Gallo¨, el dr Ricardo Monreal

Mientras que el monarca mundial el tailandés Rungvisai expresó que ganará la pelea.

¨He estudiado bastante al mexicano Estrada, no vengo confiado en lo absoluto¨  dijo Rungvisai, quien derrotó  en el 2017 en dos ocasiones seguidas a nicaragüense ¨Chocolatito¨ González y saltar a la fama del boxeo mundial.
¨Después de vencer a González, el mundo me conoció y lo que soy capaz de hacer, el sábado ganaré¨ reiteró el sorprendente tailandés.

 

El duelo que abrirá la transmisión de HBO el orgullo de las Filipinas, el cuatro veces campeón mundial en tres divisiones diferentes DONNIE NIETES, (40-1-4, 22 KO’s) expondrá por primera vez su campeonato mundial de peso mosca de la Federación Internacional de Boxeo (FIB) ante el tres veces campeón JUAN CARLOS REVECO, (39-3-0, 19 KO’s) de Las Heras, Argentina.

 

En otra pelea  titular el cuatro veces campeón mundial en dos divisiones  BRIAN “The Hawaiian Punch” VILORIA, (38-5, 22 KO’s) de Waipahu, Hawái se enfrentará al clasificado mundial #1  ARTEM DALAKIAN, (15-0, 11 KO’s), de Dniepropetrovsk, Ucrania por el campeonato mundial de peso mosca de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo (AMB) que está vacante.

El gran  prospecto mexicoamericano de promociones Zanfer  Pedro ¨Little Pete¨ Duran esta listo para su esperada actuación este sábado  en la histórica cartelera Syperly 2.

¨Little Pete¨ Durán (16-0, 12 kos)  tendrá otra prueba al enfrentarse al experimentado  tijuanense Enrique ¨Torito¨ Tinoco (16-5-3, 12 kos)   en lo que será un duelo de noqueadores en peso Superpluma.

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Rances Barthelemy Las Vegas Media Workout

Feb 23, 2018
Rances Barthelemy
Las Vegas Media Workout Quotes & Photos
 
Two-Division World Champion Battles Kiryl Relikh in Rematch for Vacant WBA Super Lightweight World Title Saturday, March 10 live on SHOWTIME from Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio

 Photos from Leo Wilson/Premier Boxing Champions

LAS VEGAS (February 22, 2018) – Unbeaten two-division world champion Rances Barthelemy worked out for Las Vegas media Thursday as he prepares for his rematch against Kiryl Relikh for the vacant WBA Super Lightweight World Title Saturday, March 10 live on SHOWTIME from Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio and presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast is headlined by a showdown between three-division world champion Mikey Garcia and unbeaten IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets.
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Ringstar Sports and TGB Promotions in association with Leija-Battah Promotions, are priced at $250, $150, $75, $50 and $20 and are on sale now. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000 or 210 556-7390.
Barthelemy, who is trained by Ismael Salas and former world champion and Cuban boxing legend Joel Casamayor, can become the first Cuban fighter to win world titles in three weight classes with a win on March 10. Here is what Barthelemy had to say Thursday from City Athletic Boxing Club in Las Vegas:
RANCES BARTHELEMY
“It’s in my character to take this rematch immediately. I was very happy once I found out everything was ready to go for it. I want to prove to the fans and to myself that I can do much better than I did in May. I want to show Relikh how much better I am than him.
“It’s on my mind all the time that I have a chance to make history for Cuban boxing. There have been so many great Cuban fighters throughout the years. I never imagined I’d be in position to make history myself but I know it’s a reward for my hard work and dedication.
“A fight with Mikey Garcia is something I want. I’m completely focused on this fight against Relikh and making history, but I would be prepared to fight Mikey Garcia soon.
“I’m going to change a lot heading into the rematch. Last May I wasn’t myself. I didn’t feel like I had my legs coming into the fight and I wasn’t able to perform how I usually do. This time my conditioning and nutrition is much improved. I’m going to use my legs and use my jab and put on a boxing clinic.
“There was nothing surprising about Relikh in the first fight. We knew he’d have power, but unfortunately I had to change my game plan when my body wasn’t cooperating. I traded shots and fought his fight. I’m going to stick to my plan this time.
“Throughout my career I haven’t paid enough attention to nutrition. It made my performances inconsistent. Bob Santos has come in and completely changed that. You’ll see my conditioning on fight night is the best it’s ever been.”
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Unbeaten Dominican Welterweight Contender Carlos Adames Signs Multi-Year Promotional Agreement With Top Rank

Feb 23, 2018
Unbeaten Dominican Welterweight Contender Carlos Adames Signs Multi-Year Promotional Agreement With Top Rank

Carlos ‘El Caballo Bronco’ Adames
signed a multi-year promotional agreement
with the company that is lead by
Hall Of Fame Promoter, Bob Arum

LAS VEGAS (February 22, 2018) — The welterweight division’s best-kept secret is ready to break out. Unbeaten Dominican welterweight contender Carlos ‘El Caballo Bronco’ Adames has agreed to a multi-year promotional agreement with Top Rank, Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum announced today.

At the age of 23, Carlos is a two-year pro. A sensational prospect at 147 pounds, who was an amateur standout at the elite international level before his debut, Adames is currently the World Boxing Association (WBA) Fedelatin welterweight champion, and he has scored three successful title defenses. The International Boxing Federation (IBF) ranks him #13 at welterweight.

“Today is a big day in my professional career. Today I’m taking a big step. I believe Top Rank is the perfect match for me. They have the track record and the experience to guide me and help me fulfill my dreams. I want to be a world champion,” said Adames. “I want to be the best welterweight fighter in the world and to get there I want to battle against the best fighters the welterweight division has to offer. I believe in myself, and I know I have the abilities necessary to beat the best,” added the fighter that was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

As a pro, Adames (13-0, 11 KOs) has several impressive wins against veterans with much more experience, including 2000 and 2004 Venezuelan Olympian Patrick Lopez (TKO4), who was 23-6 at the time in April 2016, and 2004 Venezuelan Olympian Jean Carlos Prada (TKO2), who was 31-2-1 at the time in February 2017. But none were more impressive than his near-shutout 11-round unanimous decision win against former IBF junior middleweight world champion Carlos Molina on July 26, 2017, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

“Carlos is clearly a 5-Star, Division I recruit and a prospect who is ready to break out in the talent-filled welterweight division. All of us at Top Rank along with his manager Jorge Herasme can’t wait to catapult him to the next level. Carlos’s exciting all gas no brakes style of fighting will resonate with all boxing fans,” said Top Rank’s Vice president, Carl Moretti.

Adames, who describes himself as a power puncher who can bang with both hands, has sparred with some of the biggest names of the junior welterweight and welterweight division, including Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford.

“This is a big step not only for Adames, but this is also a big step for the Dominican Republic. Adames is one of the best fighters that the country has given and in his shoulders, he carries the responsibility of showing how good he is, but also the responsibility of opening the door for other up and coming prospects from the Dominican Republic. We are very proud and happy of being part of the Top Rank family,” said Adames’s manager, Jorge Herasme.

As an amateur, Adames reportedly had 262 amateur fights, with a record of 240-22. He won gold medals in various international amateur tournaments including the 2015 Jose Cheo Aponte Tournament in Caguas, Puerto Rico; 2013 Bolivarian Games, 2012 Pan American Youth Championships, and 2012 Dominican Republic Youth National Championships.

Adames’s first fight under the Top Rank banner will be announced soon.

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LA Galaxy presentará partido de despedida de la Selección Nacional de México

Feb 23, 2018

LA Galaxy presentará partido de despedida de la Selección Nacional de México ante la Selección Nacional de Gales en el Rose Bowl Stadium

 

“Rumbo a LA Victoria – presentado por Allstate” se alista para el fin de semana de Memorial Day en Los Ángeles, y contará con el partido de Despedida previo al Mundial de la Selección Nacional de México contra Gales el 28 de mayo en el Rose Bowl

LOS ÁNGELES (22 de febrero, 2018) – La Federación Mexicana de Fútbol (FMF), Soccer United Marketing (SUM) y el LA Galaxy anunciaron hoy que la Gira por EE.UU. de la Selección Nacional de México tendrá una Celebración de Despedida previo al Mundial, en Los Ángeles, durante el fin de semana de Memorial Day, que contará con actividades para aficionados y medios, terminando con un partido de despedida el lunes, 28 de mayo, en el histórico Rose Bowl, ante la Selección Nacional de Gales, equipo que se encuentra entre los mejores 20 del mundo.

 

Rumbo a LA Victoria – presentado por Allstate”, será un evento único dedicado a los aficionados, capturando la emoción de lo que será el último partido de Mexico en Estados Unidos antes del Mundial de la FIFA 2018 en Rusia este verano.

 

La mejor manera de garantizar una entrada para el partido y para el entrenamiento es llamando al LA Galaxy para una oferta exclusiva al 877-3GALAXY (877-342-5299).

 

Los eventos programados como parte de “Rumbo a LA Victoria –presented by Allstate” incluyen:

  • Viernes, 25 de mayo – Día de medios de la Selección Nacional de México en el Beverly Hilton^
  • Sábado, 26 de mayo – Men in Blazers” en VIVO en Los Angeles, presentado por Allstate (sede TBD)
  • Domingo, 27 de mayo – Entrenamiento abierto de la Selección Nacional de México en el Rose Bowl
  • Lunes, 28 de mayo – México vs. Gales en el Rose Bowl

 

*Detalles adicionales, incluyendo la hora de inicio del partido, se anunciará a futuro.

^El día de medios es presentado solamente para los medios acreditados

 

Los boletos para el partido saldrán a la venta para el público general el lunes, 5 de marzo, a las 10 a.m. PT a través de MexTour.org, Ticketmaster.com, o llamando al 1-800-745-3000. Aficionados que compren un boleto al partido, mediante Ticketmaster, tendrán la opción de seleccionar un boleto para asistir al entrenamiento abierto.

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