Universidad y Bomberos en alcaldía de Milpa Alta, anuncia Sheinbaum

Dec 17, 2019

(CDMX). En una entrega de apoyos y becas la jefa de Gobierno de la Ciudad de México, Claudia Sheinbaum anunció nuevos proyectos para la alcaldía Milpa Alta.

Para marzo de 2020 esperan autoridades, la construcción de una Estación de Bomberos; una Universidad para el Bienestar y vialidades.

Asimismo, para mejorar la movilidad anunció el envío de 20 nuevos autobuses con dirección a Taxqueña y un presupuesto de casi 200 millones de pesos para los productores rurales y apoyo de brigadas que cuidan los bosques de Milpa Alta.

Junto al alcalde de la demarcación, la funcionaria entregó un monto total de 3 millones 500 mil pesos en apoyos y becas para estudiantes de primaria y secundaria, así como a personas con discapacidad y enfermedades crónicas.

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Exhiben en la mañanera a gobernadores que no asisten a sus reuniones de seguridad

Dec 17, 2019

(CDMX). Como ya había anunciado el jefe del Ejecutivo, informaría el “quién es quién” en materia de seguridad, en su conferencia matutina mencionó a los gobernadores que no toman en serio el problema.

El secretario de Seguridad y Protección Ciudadana, Alfonso Durazo, ofreció un informe en esta materia, donde nombró los estados con mayor incidencia delictiva, ya que considera que por la ausencia de los respectivos gobernadores, no se atiende el asunto.

En el informe se destacó que los representantes de Campeche, Nayarit y Querétaro, no han asistido a ninguna reunión. En tanto, Ciudad de México, Chiapas y San Luis Potosí, registran la mayor asistencia.

Por su parte, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador hizo el llamado a que no deleguen responsabilidades y se apliquen.

Asimismo, aseveró que no busca culpar a nadie, pero sí dar a conocer a los ciudadanos, como se esta trabajando en coordinación con autoridades federales y se atiende la inseguridad.

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CANELO ÁLVAREZ DEJA VACANTE SU TÍTULO SEMICOMPLETO OMB

Dec 17, 2019

         

 LOS ÁNGELES, California 17 diciembre de 2019.- Para cumplir con la Organización Mundial del Boxeo (OMB por sus siglas en inglés) con la prohibición de dejar a sus campeones tener títulos de otros organismos en diferentes categorías, Canelo Álvarez (53-1-2, 36 nocáuts), cuádruple campeón mundial divisional, y la OMB, han llegado a un acuerdo para que Canelo deje vacante el titulo mundial semicompleto OMB. Canelo capturó el campeonato de la OMB cuando venció a Sergey Kovalev por nocaut en el undécimo asalto el 2 de noviembre de 2019. Canelo mantendrá su estatus y privilegios como Súper Campeón de la OMB, incluyendo el privilegio de ser designado retador obligatorio al campeón mundial OMB de cualquiera división.              Canelo dijo al respecto: “Sé que mis éxitos en el ring han dado orgullo a mis fanáticos y a mi país. He disfrutado de mi relación con la OMB por mucho tiempo y aprecio todo lo que hacen para preservar y mejorar el deporte del boxeo. Este acuerdo permite que la OMB tenga su título semicompleto para que sea disputado regularmente y me permite perseguir peleas contra los mejores oponentes independientemente de la división”, agregó.             Francisco “Paco” Valcárcel, Presidente de la OMB, indicó: “Canelo ya ha logrado mucho en el boxeo, y todavía es un hombre joven. Cuando termine su carrera será considerado como uno de los mejores boxeadores que haya ingresado al ring, y uno de los mejores boxeadores de México. Esperamos con ansias sus futuras peleas contra rivales en la cima de las divisiones de peso mediano, supermediano, semicompleto y otras divisiones”, concluyó.             “Apoyamos completamente la decisión tomada por Canelo Álvarez y la OMB”, afirmó Óscar de la Hoya, Presidente y Jefe Ejecutivo de Golden Boy. “Canelo hizo historia al noquear a Sergey Kovalev de manera impresionante para convertirse en cuádruple campeón mundial divisional. No sólo demostró que es una real amenaza en las 175 libras, sino también probó que es capaz de moverse totalmente a través de varias divisiones para buscar las peleas más emocionantes para los fanáticos. A la misma vez, esperamos con ansias continuar promoviendo a nuestros otros campeones de la OMB como Patrick Teixeira y Franchon Crews-Dezurn”, puntualizó. 

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 5738 Willowbend

Dec 17, 2019
Houston police have arrested a suspect charged in the fatal stabbing of a man that occurred at 5738 Willowbend about 11 a.m. on Sunday (December 16).

Samuel Thomas Permenter (w/m, 31) is charged with murder in the 184th State District Court.  A photo of Permenter is attached to this news release.  

Permenter is accused in the killing of Phillip Hobbs, 49, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

HPD Homicide Division Detectives B. Evans and J. Roscoe reported:

Witnesses stated Mr. Hobbs and Permenter were both residents at the above address.  Permenter brought a knife into the home and then stabbed Hobbs multiple times.  Permenter was arrested at the scene without incident
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DIEGO DE LA HOYA SCORES UNANIMOUS DECISION VICTORY AGAINST RENSON ‘GATO’ ROBLES

Dec 17, 2019

DIEGO DE LA HOYA SCORES UNANIMOUS DECISION VICTORY AGAINST RENSON ‘GATO’ ROBLESROGER ‘THE KID’ GUTIERREZ DEFEATS ANDRES ‘MARAVILLA’ TAPIA SATURDAY DEC. 14 AT THE AUDITORIO DEL ESTADIO

(ABOVE: Diego De La Hoya throws straight left against Renson Robles en route to a unanimous decision victory on Dec. 14 at the Auditorio Del Estadio in Mexicali, Mexico)

PhotosPhoto Credit: Tom Hogan-Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

MEXICALI, MEX (Dec. 14, 2019): Diego De La Hoya (22-1, 10 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico defeated Renson “Gato” Robles (16-7, 9 KOs) of La Victoria, Venezuela via unanimous decision in a 10-round featherweight fight at The Auditorio del Estado in Mexicali, Mexico.De La Hoya won with scores of 97-94, 99-89 and 99-89. The event was streamed live on Facebook Watch via the Golden Boy Fight Night Page. “I was a difficult fight because I hurt my left hand in the second round,” said Diego De La Hoya.“I had to fight the entire fight with one hand. Still, I came to fight, and I never gave up.” In the co-main event, Roger “The Kid” Guitierrez (23-3-1, 19 KOs) of Maracaibo, Venezuela defeated Andres “Maravilla” Tapia (16-8-3, 9 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico via unanimous decision in a 10-round super featherweight brawl. Gutierrez won with three scores of 98-91. “Tapia is a great warrior,” said Roger Gutierrez.”To fight a Mexican is a great honor for me. Thank you to all who came out to support today.” William “Camaron” Zepeda (20-0, 18 KOs) of San Mateo Atenco, Mexico stopped Jampier Oses (15-6-1, 12 KOs) of Ocumare, Venezuela via technical knockout in the third round of a lightweight bout originally scheduled for 10 rounds. Zepeda won with time of 2:32 of the aforementioned round. “I felt good,” said William Zepeda. “He surprised me for a bit. But I was able to recover due to my preparation. I think the fans were the winners tonight from a great show.” Luis “El Venado” Lopez (20-2-, 11 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico defeated Cristian “Gaurico” Baez (18-1, 17 KOs) of Caracas, Venezuela via technical knockout in the fifth round of a 10-round lightweight fight. Lopez won with time :28 of the aforementioned round. “I would like to make a fight with Diego De La Hoya,” said Luis Lopez.”I feel great. We knew this opportunity would open many doors. And thank God we achieved our objective.” De La Hoya vs. Robles was a 10-round featherweight fight presented by Golden Boy. The event was sponsored by Tecate “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING.” The fight took place Saturday, Dec.14, 2019 at The Auditorio del Estado in Mexicali, Mexico. The event was streamed live on Facebook Watch via the Golden Boy Fight Night Page.

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VERGIL ORTIZ JR. SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS WBA GOLD WELTERWEIGHT TITLE BY STOPPING BRAD SOLOMON IN ROUND 5

Dec 17, 2019

VERGIL ORTIZ JR. SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS WBA GOLD WELTERWEIGHT TITLE BY STOPPING BRAD SOLOMON IN ROUND 5 ALBERTO MACHADO STOPS LUIS POROZO IN HIS LIGHTWEIGH DEBUTFRIDAY DEC. 13 AT FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO

(ABOVE: Vergil Ortiz Jr. lands a left hook to the body of Brad Solomon en route to a fifth-round knockout win on Dec. 13 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif.)

VERGIL ORTIZ JR. SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS WBA GOLD WELTERWEIGHT TITLE BY STOPPING BRAD SOLOMON IN ROUND 5 PhotosPhoto Credit: Kyte Monroe-Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

INDIO, CALIF. (Dec. 13, 2019):  Vergil Ortiz Jr. (15-0, 15 KOs) of Grand Prairie, Texasended the 2019 year with another spectacular knockout win to successfully defend his WBA Gold Welterweight Title against Brad “King” Solomon (28-2, 9 KOs) of Douglasville, Georgia. The fight was stopped at 2:22 of the fifth round. The event took place Friday, Dec. 13 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. and was streamed live on DAZN.   “I have to give him [Solomon] some credit,” said Vergil Ortiz Jr. “He’s difficult to figure out and made me use my brain. I tried to take my time, and not rush things. I had to utilize my jab, figure out the right time to throw a punch. I think I tripped with him with my foot, so I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. He came to fight.” “I shouldn’t be chasing on the ropes like that. He let his guard now. Luckily, I did throw the right punch and hurt him. I knew he would be a tough cookie to break. Luckily, I have a good team behind me and all my smarts. I felt I was very patient, and needed to pick it up, can’t lay low. I did a good job. I would say high B or A on this one.” In the co-main event, Alberto “Explosivo” Machado (22-2, 18 KOs) of San Juan, Puerto Rico stopped Luis Porozo (14-2, 7 KOs) of Santo Domingo, Ecuador via knockout in the second round of a 10-round lightweight fight. Machado won with time of 2:59 of the aforementioned round. On the 3rd knockdown: “It’s a shot we were working on in camp,” Alberto Machado.”He was a fighter that would open up, so we worked on that in camp, going to the body. They told me to put my hands up, be more passive with my offense, throw my jab more, and as you could see he had a chaotic style. Thank god we got the victory we were looking for.” “No because I actually was trying to land to the head, but saw the opportunity to the body, so took advantage of it. I was landing that good hand. I only had ten seconds till the end of the round, so wanted to end on a good note, and threw my hands, and got the win.” On his performance: “I think I did well, made good adjustments. He’s a good fighter, I know the style he has. I think I did well because of the adjustments I made. I’m happy I ended the year on a positive note with the victory. I’ve been through very difficult situations that all of us boxers go through, some changes in camp, and in my weight. I’m ready for this division and the big challenge. I’m ready for another big fight against a former world champion, Mexico vs Puerto Rico, come on Francisco Vargas, let’s do it.” Bektemir “Bully” Melikuziev (4-0, 3 KOs) of Indio, Calif. defeated Vaughn Alexander (15-4, 9 KOs) of St. Louis, Missouri via unanimous decision to successfully defend the WBA Continental Americas Super Middleweight Title in a 10-round bout. Melikuziev won with three scores of 100-90. Joel Diaz (trainer) on behalf of Bektemir: “I’m happy that he went rounds and was able to get in the ring with a veteran and break him down.” Alexis “Lex” Rocha (15-0, 10 KOs) of Santa Ana, Calif. stopped Roberto Valenzuela (17-2, 16 KOs) of Sonora, Mexico via knockout at the end of the third to successfully defend his WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title in a 10-round fight. Rocha won with time of 3:00 of the just-mentioned round. “He caught me in the second round,” said Alexis Rocha.”I got lazy. It’s my fault. I started letting my hands go after the third, and then I kept hurting him. It was important that I finished the fight. It’s a learning experience.” Luis Feliciano (14-0 8 KOs) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin defeated Herbert “Ace” Acevedo (16-3-1, 6 KOs) of Garden City, Kansas via unanimous decision to retain his NABF Super Lightweight Title in a 10-round brawl. Feliciano won with scores of 91-92, 100-89 and 99-90. “I give props to Herbert Acevedo,” said Luis Feliciano.”He’s a tough and rugged fighter. I thought he was out when I dropped him in the third round. I tried to get the finish, but he weathered the storm. I’m happy to finish year with a win, and we are on to the next.” Erik Bazinyan (24-0, 18 KOs) of Quebec, Canada beat Saul Roman (45-14, 37 KOs) of Tijuana, Mexico via knockout in the third round of a super middleweight fight originally scheduled for eight rounds. Bazinyan won with a time of 0:46 of the round just mentioned. “I learned from fighting a veteran, someone with almost 60 fight,” said Erik Bazinyan.”I tried to show my skills and fight my fight. The timing was right, so I got him out of there.” Ferdinand “Lucky Boy” Kerobyan (13-1, 8 KOs) of North Hollywood, Calif. stopped Fernando Carcamo (23-11, 18 KOs) of Sonora, Mexico via knockout at 1:46 of the first round of an eight-round super welterweight fight.  “This was a great victory,” said Ferdinand Kerobyan.”This was everything I imagined. A great birthday gift for myself!” Serhii Bohachuck (17-0, 17 KOs) of Big Bear, Calif. defeated Carlos Galvan (17-10, 16 KOs) of Apartado, Colorado via knockout in the fifth round of an eight-round super welterweight bout. Bohachuck won with time of 1:40 of the aforementioned round. “I felt very well,” said Serhii Bohachuck. “It was a quality opponent for a tune up fight. I fought not too long ago. It was good fight to finish the year. Now it’s time to get some rest and prepare for the next fight.” Ortiz Jr. vs. Solomon was a 12-round fight for the WBA Gold Welterweight Title presented by Golden Boy. The event was sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING,” and Hennessy “Never Stop. Never Settle.” The event took place Friday, Dec. 13 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. and was streamed live on DAZN.

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Devin Haney Has Successful Surgery Procedure on Injured Shoulder

Dec 17, 2019

LAS VEGAS, NV (December 13, 2019) – WBC Lightweight World Champion, Devin “The Dream” Haney (24-0, 15 KOs), is recovering from a successful surgery to his injured right shoulder. The procedure was performed this week in Los Angeles by world renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. Neal S. ElAttrache. Haney suffered a microscopic tear of his right labrum on November 9, 2019, during his WBC title defense against Alfredo Santiago. The tear required immediate surgery. Now in recovery, Haney is focused on getting the proper rest and rehabilitation needed to make a full recovery. “In my last fight with Alfredo Santiago, my right shoulder came completely out of the socket in the 12th round,” said Devin. Haney. “I stayed focused and showed the grit of a true champion. I’m very happy with my performance considering the injury. I’m the youngest world champion in the last 23 years. Unfortunately, my injury required that I have surgery, but I’m happy I went with Dr. Neal ElAttrache, who in my opinion is the best surgeon in the world with these types of injuries. His resumé speaks for itself and the procedure was a success. Right now, I’m all about healing so I can get back in the ring as soon as possible.” Haney’s surgeon Dr. ElAttrache has performed procedures on other distinguished athletes such as Tom Brady.  ElAttrache serves as team physician for the LA Dodgers and LA Rams.  In addition, he serves as an orthopaedic consultant for the LA LakersLA KingsLA Angels and the Anaheim Ducks. Devin, who was expected to defend his WBC world title against mandatory challenger and the #1 ranked contender, Javier Fortuna, is expected to be out of the ring for at least six months. Upon a healthy recover, Haney plans to solidify his position as the best young fighter in boxing. “As soon as I feel I’m ready to get back in the ring, I’m coming for everyone,” continued Haney. LomachenkoLopezCommey…who ever, I’m coming for all the belts! I’ll be back stronger than ever, that you can bet.”

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