PUMA presenta el nuevo kit de local del Olympique de Marseille

May 29, 2019

PUMA presenta el nuevo kit de local del Olympique de Marseille que destaca la tradición de 120 años del club

PUMA y el Olympique de Marseille presentaron el pasado 24 de mayo el nuevo kit de local del club, que rinde tributo a los 120 años de orgullosa tradición futblística y a la ciudad de Marsella.

Los jugadores del Olympique de Marseille y de PUMA, Adil Rami, Mario Balotelli y Morgan Sanson, encabezan la nueva campaña de Marsella Flow, que PUMA está lanzando en su segunda temporada como el proveedor oficial del club, los fans vieron por primera vez en el estadio el nuevo kit de local, en el último partido del OM en el campeonato de la Ligue 1 el viernes.

El nuevo kit de local conserva el blanco puro como color base, agregando líneas verticales azules sutiles en la parte delantera del jersey en tributo a los diseños históricos del jersey del club. Esto, en combinación con un cuello en V y un corte clásico que resalta las orgullosas tradiciones del club mientras el Olympique de Marseille celebró su 120 aniversario en 2019.

Quienes miren más de cerca se darán cuenta que las líneas verticales del jersey están compuestas por las palabras “Olympique de Marseille”. Una cruz azul sobre una inserción blanca en la parte posterior del cuello que representa la bandera de la ciudad de Marsella, que a partir de la edad media, se convirtió internacionalmente reconocida como símbolo de la ciudad portuaria del Mediterraneo.

Conectando al club con sus apasionados fanáticos, la insignia del Olympique de Marseille está situada justo encima del corazón. El kit de local se complementará por shorts blancos con franjas azules y calcetines blancos.

El jersey de la jornada se ha desarrollado utilizando la tecnología Shincool perfeccionada por PUMA, que permite un ajuste eficiente de la temperatura corporal y la humedad (-2.2 °C), mientras que los jerseys de replica se realizan utilizando la famosa tecnología dryCELL.

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Se conmemora a los caídos de las guerras en el Cementerio Nacional de Los Angeles

May 28, 2019

Bereavision TV Los Angeles, CA.- El Memorial Day en los Estados Unidos se celebra con reuniones en los cementerios donde han sido sepultados los cuerpos de los soldados que han caído en las guerras a lo largo de la historia.

La fuerzas militares de Estados Unidos han sido protagonistas de muchas batallas desde la Guerra Civil, la Primera y Segunda Guerra Mundial, la Guerra de Corea, Vietnam y últimamente las Operaciones del Desierto en Irak y el Golfo Pérsico.

En el Cementerio Nacional de Los Angeles se dio honor a los mas de 88 mil soldados que yacen en las tumbas conmemorativas adornadas con una bandera de Estados Unidos y un clavel rojo o blanco.

Miembros del Servicio Militar de alto rango estuvieron presentes a lo mismo que embajadores representantes de varios países.

El alcalde de Los Angeles Eric Garcetti estuvo presente para honrar la memoria de los soldados caídos y dirigió unas palabras en Español en las que menciono que el memorial era muy personal porque su abuelo fue miembro del ejercito y recibió la ciudadania por haber servido a este país.

En esta reunión también se anunció que próximamente el Cementerio Nacional de Los Angeles inaugurará nuevos campos con cupo de 90 mil sepulturas para veteranos de guerra que necesiten este servicio.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Crash at 12200 Almeda Road

May 28, 2019
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in a fatal auto-pedestrian crash at 12200 Almeda Road about 10:40 p.m. last Friday (May 24).  

The suspect, Arthur Lee Bell (b/m, 62), is charged with driving while intoxicated in Harris County Criminal Court #13.  A booking photo of suspect Bell is attached to this news release.  

The identity of the male victim is pending verification by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.  

HPD Vehicular Crimes Division Sergeant D. Rose and Officer F. Flynn reported:  

Mr. Bell was driving a silver Ford Edge northbound on Almeda Road just past the intersection of Almeda Plaza when the victim stepped in front of his vehicle.  Bell did not see the victim and struck him.  Paramedics pronounced the victim deceased.  

Further investigation determined Bell was impaired and he was detained at the scene and charged. 
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Today! GGG Los Angeles Media Day Preparing for 6/8 at MSG

May 28, 2019

GENNADIY “GGG” GOLOVKINAND JOHNATHON BANKS TO HOSTFIRST-EVER L.A. AREA MEDIA WORKOUT Today! Tuesday, May 28 at 12:30 p.m. PTChurchill Boxing Club in Santa Monica


        LOS ANGELES (May 27, 2019) — Boxing’s pound-for-pound superstar attraction GENNADIY “GGG” GOLOVKIN and his new trainer JOHNATHON BANKS are ready to show the fruit of their labor from their first camp together. With only a few days remaining before they head to New York, Golovkin and Banks will host their only media workout Tuesday, May 28, at Churchill Boxing Club (1630 21st St., Santa Monica, Calif. 90404).  The session will begin at 12:30 p.m. PT with interviews, followed by the workout.  Undefeated super middleweight contender Ali Akhmedov (14-0, 10 KOs), from Almaty, Kazakhstan, will also be working out.  Akhmedov will be featured on the Golovkin-Rolls undercard.        Boasting a resume that includes a record 20 consecutive middleweight title defenses (18 by way of knockout), Golovkin (38-1-1, 34 KOs), from Karaganda, Kazakhstan, and Banks, a disciple of the legendary Emanuel Steward, have been training in the high altitude seclusion of Big Bear Lake, Calif. in preparation for bringing the Big Drama Show back to Madison Square Garden, for the first time in over two years, on Saturday, June 8.  Golovkin will go mano a mano, in a 12-round rumble, with undefeated Top-10 contender Steve Rolls (19-0, 10 KOs), who hails from Toronto.  The fight will be contested at a maximum weight of 164 lbs. and streamed live on DAZN.  Golovkin vs. Rolls kicks off the exclusive six-fight, three-year global partnership between GGG Promotions and DAZN, the world’s fastest-growing sports streaming platform.        Promoted by GGG Promotions, in association with DiBella Entertainment, remaining tickets to the latest action-packed episode of the Big Drama Show — the battle between Golovkin and Rolls — may be purchased at the Madison Square Garden Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster charge by phone (866-858-0008), and online at www.ticketmaster.com and www.msg.com.

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Destaca Elian Leyva en primeras salidas con Sultanes

May 28, 2019

Destaca Elian Leyva en primeras salidas con Sultanes

Las diversas ligas de verano de beisbol comienzan a hacerse maduras y con ello llegan algunos cambios de peloteros y serpentineros para los equipos, que buscan llegar sólidos a los playoffs de sus campeonatos.

Y uno de estos traspasos lo tuvo Elian Leyva, quien dejó las sucursales de los Bravos de Atlanta para emigrar a los Sultanes de Monterrey, novena con la cual ya cosechó su primer triunfo en la Liga Mexicana de Beisbol, tras tirar por 5 innings y un tercio ante los Tigres de Quintana Roo, duelo en el que ponchó a dos rivales. 

En las Grandes Ligas, Sergio Romo continúa siendo el seguro de vida para los Miami Marlins, ya que pese a la mala campaña que atraviesa el equipo de Florida, “El Mechón” ha logrado apuntarse 10 salvamentos, 3 de ellos en los más recientes 7 días.

Japhet Amador tuvo buen rendimiento con los Diablos Rojos del México, pues en series ante Saraperos de Saltillo y Algodoneros de Unión Laguna, “El Cachorrito” se voló la barda en un par de ocasiones, sumando así 8 cuadrangulares en lo que va de la campaña. 

Otros elementos que destacaron son Octavio Acosta, quien obtuvo el 5to triunfo del año con los Diablos Rojos; Julián Ornelas sigue caliente con el madero y en una misma noche conectó dos palos de vuelta entera para tener 8 en su cuenta personal.  

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Tigres es Campeón de la LIGA Bancomer MX

May 27, 2019

León 0–0 Tigres

Global: León 0-1 Tigres

20:00 horas

Estadio Nou Camp

Árbitro: César Arturo Ramos Palazuelos

Asistencia: 26,131 aficionados

Los Tigres de la UANL consiguieron el séptimo título de su historia tras superar a León, con global de 1-0, en la Gran Final del Torneo Clausura 2019 de la LIGA Bancomer MX.

La definición del Torneo Clausura 2019 se jugaba en el Estadio Nou Camp; León y Tigres afrontaban los últimos 90 minutos en busca del campeonato de la LIGA Bancomer MX, luego de terminar con ventaja por la mínima a favor de los regios en el partido de ida.

Ambos conjuntos salieron con propuestas ofensivas; apenas en los primeros segundos hubo llegada de peligro para los Esmeraldas, pero no pudieron concretar.

A partir de ese momento el esférico fue de los anfitriones, quienes presionaron después del medio campo; sin embargo, les faltó terminar las jugadas con disparos a portería. La más importante la gestaron en una jugada de táctica fija, en un tiro libre en el que Luis Montes mandó un buen servicio a William Tesillo, pero el colombiano se la perdió al cabecear sin fuerza a la posición del portero.

Una situación desafortunada dejó a la Fiera sin uno de sus elementos más importantes, pues Ángel Mena se lesionó a los 32 minutos y dejó su lugar para Jean Meneses. Los regios esperaban aprovechar esa situación, aunque antes debían recuperar la tenencia del esférico.

El complemento reanudó las acciones con emociones. Tigres se acercó de inmediato por vía de Eduardo Vargas; el chileno llegó a los linderos del área y le pegó al rincón izquierdo contra un arquero que rechazó a tiro de esquina.

León recuperó la iniciativa, dominando el medio campo, sobre todo por el sector derecho, aunque nuevamente carecieron de precisión y se olvidaron de probar suerte con disparos de media distancia. Por su lado, los Tigres fueron ordenados en defensa, sin perder la paciencia de no tener el balón de su lado.

La recta final obligó a los Esmeraldas a volcarse al frente. Jean Meneses estuvo cerca con un disparo en el corazón del área; el esférico iba con dirección al sector derecho, pero Nahuel Guzmán salvó con una atajada providencial. Era el minuto 78´.

Navarro y Sambueza tuvieron buenas combinaciones por la derecha; lucharon hasta el último instante. Sin embargo, nunca llegó la claridad en el último tercio del campo. León se quedó en la orilla contra el cronómetro.

Tigres, su orden defensivo, y las atajadas de Nahuel Guzmán inclinaron la balanza a su favor para quedarse con el campeonato del Torneo Clausura 2019 de la LIGA Bancomer MX.

CORTESIA: LIGA MX


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Final squad lists for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ announced

May 27, 2019

With less than two weeks until the opening match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 and preparations for the tournament entering their final stages, the final squad lists for the 24 participating teams have now been announced.

A total of 552 players have been called up by the 24 participating nations, as stars including Carli Lloyd, Amandine Henry, Sam Kerr, Saki Kumagai and Lucy Bronze look to seize their moment and #DareToShine on the world’s greatest stage.

The full squad lists for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019™ can be accessed through the following link:

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 squad lists

To view the latest news, videos and content in the lead-up to and during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, please visit FIFA.com

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Final squad lists for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ announced

May 27, 2019

With less than two weeks until the opening match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 and preparations for the tournament entering their final stages, the final squad lists for the 24 participating teams have now been announced.

A total of 552 players have been called up by the 24 participating nations, as stars including Carli Lloyd, Amandine Henry, Sam Kerr, Saki Kumagai and Lucy Bronze look to seize their moment and #DareToShine on the world’s greatest stage.

The full squad lists for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019™ can be accessed through the following link:

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 squad lists

To view the latest news, videos and content in the lead-up to and during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, please visit FIFA.com

 The Player’s Kit for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019, including facts & figures about the tournament, can also be downloaded HERE.

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U.S. Women’s National Team 3, Mexico 0 – 2019 Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods

May 27, 2019

U

Heath Scores 30th Career WNT goal in 150 U.S. Appearance; 
Pugh and Press Add Second Half Tallies, While Naeher Records Third Straight Clean Sheet; 
USA Begins 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup vs. Thailand on June 11 in Reims, France (3 p.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo)

HARRISON, N.J. (May 26, 2019) – The U.S. Women’s National Team closed out its three-game Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods, with a 3-0 win against neighbors Mexico before 26,332 fans at Red Bull Arena. Tobin Heath’s 11th minute strike combined with second half goals from Mallory Pugh and Christen Press lifted the USA to victory in the team’s final preparation match for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which kicks off on June 7 in France.

The USA dominated first half play, generating a 15-1 shot advantage, putting seven on goal. Mexico goalkeeper Cecilia Santiago’s early mistake gifted Heath the opportunity to score the opening goal, and she duly obliged after a bit of nifty footwork to beat her defender. Shortly after Heath’s opener, Santiago faced down an Alex Morgan breakaway and came up with a big save. Morgan nearly scored on another golden opportunity but just missed applying the finishing touch to a perfectly placed Megan Rapinoe cross.

As the game marched toward half time, the U.S. forced Santiago into a pair of impressive saves. The first one on a header just before half and the second on a volley by Crystal Dunn in first half stoppage time.

After the break, U.S. head coach Jill Ellis made five subs bringing on Press for Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd for Morgan, Lindsay Horan for Rose Lavelle, Pugh for Becky Sauerbrunn and Allie Long for Dunn.

The changes made an immediate impact as Lloyd rounded Santiago in the opening moments of the second half, but her shot was cleared off the line. While Mexico then carved out two half chances, the U.S. resumed where it had left off in the first half and was unlucky not to add a second in the 67th minute when Lloyd once again got around Santiago but was whistled offside as she deposited the ball in the vacated net.

However, the USA would not be denied more goals on a day when they finished with a 25-3 shot advantage. On the second goal, Lloyd played provider as she beat a defender off the dribble and centered into a crowd of players in front of goal. Pugh met the pass and was able to drag the ball over the line in the 76th minute.

Press finished proceedings with her second strike of the year in the 88 th minute. Julie Ertz slipped the ball to Press near the top of the box and she juked away from one defender before burying a low shot into the bottom right corner to cap the 3-0 win and an undefeated (3-0-0) Send-Off Series.

Up Next: The USA departs for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on June 7 and will face Thailand in its opening Group F match on Tuesday, June 11 at Stade August-Delaune II in Reims (3 p.m. CT; FOX, Telemundo). The tournament that same day when the host nation France tackles South Korea. After it’s opening game, the USA plays Chile on June 16 at Parc des Princes in Paris (12 p.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo) before finishing group play against Sweden on June 20 at Stade Oceane in Le Havre (3 p.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo). 
Social: Follow the #USWNT on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Goal Scoring Rundown: 
USA – Tobin Heath, 11th minute: 
A giveaway by Mexico goalkeeper Cecilia Santiago resulted in Heath receiving the ball just outside the penalty area. She beat the last remaining defender one-v-one to open up space for a shot from the middle of the box and buried the ball in the lower right side of the net for her 30 th career goal. USA 1, MEX 0 [WATCH]

USA – Mallory Pugh (Carli Lloyd) 76th minute: Lloyd received the ball on the left side of the penalty area and beat her defender with a nice move to get free near the endline and center the ball into a crowd of players near the goal mouth. Pugh was on hand, jostling with a defender, and was able to poke the ball over the line near the left post for her 16th tally of her career. USA 2, MEX 0 [WATCH]

USA – Christen Press (Julie Ertz), 88th minute: The U.S. advanced the ball into the box, where Ertz played back to the top for Press, who fooled her defender with a nice faint to open up space for a shot across her body into the lower right corner of the net. USA 3, MEX 0 [WATCH] FINAL

Additional Notes:

  • Tobin Heath’s goal was her fifth of 2019 and 30th of her career. She now has 12 goals in her last 18 matches and 10 in her last 13. The strike came in her 150th cap for the USA, making her the 22nd American female player to reach that number.
  • Mal Pugh’s goal was the 16th of her career and fourth of the 2019.
  • Carli Lloyd recorded her 53rd career assist on Pugh’s goal.
  • Lloyd earned her 274th WNT cap, tying her for fourth in team history with Julie Foudy. The top three: Kristine Lilly (354), Christie Rampone (311) and Mia Hamm (276).
  • Christen Press’ goal was her second of 2019 and 48th of her career.
  • The game marked Alyssa Naeher’s 25th career shutout. She earned cap No. 46 tonight.
  • The U.S. WNT is 35-1-2 all-time vs. Mexico and departs for the 2019 World Cup with a 7-1-2 record in 2019.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Mexico 
Date: May 26, 2019 
Competition: International Friendly 
Venue: Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J. 
Kickoff: 11:30 a.m. ET 
Attendance: 26,332 
Weather: 85 degrees; Sunny

Scoring Summary: 1  2  F 
USA                          1  2  3 MEX                          0  0  0

USA – Tobin Heath                          11th minute USA – Mallory Pugh (Carli Lloyd)    76 
USA – Christen Press (Julie Ertz)    88

Lineups: 
USA : 1-Alyssa Naeher; 5-Kelley O’Hara, 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn (2-Mallory Pugh, 46), 19-Crystal Dunn (20-Allie Long, 46); 8-Julie Ertz, 3-Samantha Mewis, 16-Rose Lavelle (9-Lindsey Horan, 46); 17-Tobin Heath (14-Emily Sonnett, 71), 13-Alex Morgan (capt.) (10-Carli Lloyd, 46), 15-Megan Rapinoe (23-Christen Press, 46) 
Substitutes not used: 18-Ashlyn Harris, 21-Adrianna Franch, 6-Morgan Brian, 11-Ali Krieger, 12-Tierna Davidson, 22-Jessica McDonald 
Head coach: Jill Ellis

MEX: 1-Cecilia Santiago (capt.); 2-Kenti Robles, 13-Arianna Romero (3-Jocelyn Orejel, 89), 4-Rebeca Bernal, 5-Jimena López; 7-Daniela Espinosa (18-Alexia Delgado, 90+1), 6-Karla Nieto, 11-Lizbeth Ovalle (17-Yamilé Franco, 63), 8-Joana Robles (14-Belén Cruz, 85), 10-Katty Martinez (20-Dinora Garza, 85), 9-Kiana Palacios (19-Andrea Sánchez, 82) 
Substitutes not used: 12-Emily Alvarado, 15-Karen Díaz, 16-Zulma Hernández 
Head coach: Christopher Cuellar

Stats Summary: USA / MEX 
Shots: 25 / 3 
Shots on Goal: 11 / 0 
Saves: 0 / 7 
Corner Kicks: 6 / 1 
Fouls: 3 / 5 
Offside: 6 / 2

Misconduct Summary: 
MEX – Kenti Robles (caution)       38th minute

Officials: 
Referee: Crystal Sobers (TRI) 
Assistant Referee 1: Jassett Kerr (JAM) 
Assistant Referee 2: Marie-Han Gagnon (CAN) 
4th Official: Miranda Cibeles (SLV)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Julie Ertz

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DEVIN “THE DREAM” HANEY

May 27, 2019

DEVIN “THE DREAM” HANEYDELIVERS KNOCKOUT OF THE YEAR CANIDATE ON DAZN(RESULTS, QUOTES & PHOTOS)

OXON HILL, MARYLAND, May 25, 2019 – Undefeated lightweight sensation Devin Haney capped off an action-packed evening of boxing on DAZN from the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, with a stunning seventh-round knockout. Making his DAZN debut, Haney (22-0, 14 KOs) impressed a raucous crowd with his highlight-reel stoppage of Mexico’s Antonio Moran (24-4, 17 KOs). In the heavyweight co-feature of the evening, Croatia’s Filip Hrgovic (8-0, 6 KOs) scored a brutal first-round technical knockout against Gregory Corbin (15-2, 9 KOs) of Dallas, Texas. Michael Hunter (17-1, 12 KOs) of Las Vegas kicked off the evening’s main card in dramatic fashion with a scintillating second-round technical knockout victory over Brazil’s Fabio Maldonado (26-3, 25 KOs) to continue his unbeaten streak at heavyweight. On the preliminary card of the evening, Jessica McCaskill (7-2, 3 KOs) and Anahi Sanchez (19-4, 11 KOs) wowed the Maryland crowd with a thrilling slugfest. McCaskill emerged with a unanimous decision victory to unify the WBA and WBC Women’s World Super Lightweight titles. Devin HaneyOn his performance: “I want to thank God, my dad, Eddie Hearn, my whole team behind me. Coming into this fight, I wanted to make a statement. There were a lot of rumors going around that I didn’t have any punching power and I can’t knock anyone out. But as you see, I can. I went in there and broke my opponent down and then knocked him out.”On the moment he knew the knockout was possible: “I know I got him hurt with that first shot. My dad always tells me, when you get him hurt go right to the body. So I went to the body and then went over the top. I knew when I landed and saw his facial expression that he was out.” On his abilities on offense and defense: “All of the above. I am overall a great fighter. I have speed, I have power, I have head movement. Like I said before, I have many tools in the toolbox. It just depends on what I want to bring out that night. I am able to make adjustments the whole fight, too.” On what he did to neutralize Moran: “Honestly, I don’t think a lot of the guys that I have been fighting actually have more experience than me. I have been in there with world class fighters. They say that sparring doesn’t count but I believe it does. I have put in many rounds with many different world champions so I believe that I have the experience factor.”

Eddie HearnOn Devin’s performance: “It was unbelievable. Where I come from in England, if we had a star like this, the country would be going mad. So you guys need to get behind Devin Haney because let me tell you, America has a superstar on their hands. He is 20 years old. He is 22-0. They say he doesn’t carry power but he is taking guys out like that. Jose Pedraza struggled against that guy, a champion who went the distance with Lomachenko. That was like watching an artist draw a beautiful picture and then at the end just sign his name off and walk away into the night. This is a beautiful, beautiful start. We are so lucky to have him with Matchroom and DAZN. Devin Haney Promotions is a great team to work with and we are going to enjoy watching him go all the way to the top – winning world titles in different divisions. The WBC have ordered him to fight Zaur Abdullaev in a title eliminator to fight the winner of Lomachenko vs. Campbell. Devin wants to fight them all – Teofimo Lopez, another guy called Gervonta Davis, Ryan Garcia. These are the super-fights that Devin Haney will be in over the next few years. If it’s Maryland, if it’s Las Vegas, if it’s the Bay Area. The whole United States needs to get behind this guy. He is a superstar.” Filip HrgovicOn his quick performance: “Greg Corbin is a really good fighter. Thank you to him for taking on this challenge. It is an honor for me to box in this great country and arena. Thank you to all the fans who came out here. You didn’t have time to see the best Hrgovic. I look forward to big fights, strong opponents and to give the U.S. really good fights.” On facing Joe Joyce next: “I told Eddie Hearn I will fight anyone, anywhere, anytime in the heavyweight division.” Michael HunterOn his performance: “You know, I just tried to use my quickness, my speed and my ability. I knew I had the agile footwork over him so I just wanted to use that to be impressive.” On his power remaining while fighting at heavyweight:  “It is the heart where I win at. I run them down. We are all over 200 pounds, but the difference is that I just have a bigger heart than everyone else.” On fighting Anthony Joshua and what’s next:  “I would love that fight at any time. Any mandatory, anytime, really. I will take any fight anytime. I am here to stay and I will take on anyone. I want to fight Joshua next. He is the cash cow and it’s an easy fight to make, we are both on Matchroom and DAZN. It should be easy to make that next. I’d like to fight Dillian Whyte if I couldn’t get AJ next.” Jessica McCaskillOn her performance: “It was for sure nonstop. I got punched in the throat so excuse my voice. But Anahi has great accuracy and solid power. She sure wasn’t afraid to fight and mix it up. The scorecards were a little drastic and I don’t like when that happens to me when I go somewhere else so respect to Anahi.” On a possible rematch: “I have to talk to Eddie Hearn and my manager about that. But like I said, it was a great fight, she is a great fighter and I enjoy a good challenge.” Anahi SanchezOn the scorecards: “I don’t think the judges gave me any love on the scorecards. I was getting hit low, I was getting headbutted but I didn’t get any love from the judges or the referees.” 12-Round Lightweight Fight @ 135 lbs.Devin Haney (22-0, 14 KOs) defeats Antonio Moran (24-4, 17 KOs) by KO at 2:32 of Round 7.10-Round Heavyweight FightFilip Hrgovic (8-0, 6 KOs) defeats Gregory Corbin (15-2, 9 KOs) by TKO at 1:00 of Round 1.10-Round Heavyweight FightMichael Hunter (17-1, 12 KOs) defeats Fabio Maldonado (26-3, 25 KOs) by TKO at 1:45 of Round 2. 10-Round Super Lightweight Championship Unification FightJessica McCaskill (7-2, 3 KOs) defeats Anahi Sanchez by unanimous decision.(99-91, 98-92, 96-94) Boxing on DAZN returns next Saturday when undefeated global superstar Anthony Joshua defends his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO World Heavyweight titles against dangerous challenger Andy Ruiz, Jr. Joshua’s United States debut on June 1 will take place under the bright lights at Madison Square Garden with action kicking off at 5:30 p.m. ET.

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