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lunes, 2 de diciembre de 2019

WWE Crown Jewel 2019

WWE Crown Jewel 2019
Por Daniel “Mr. Clutch” Mercado Castro
La capital Riyadh en Arabia Saudita se vistió de gala para un mega cartel que presento la WWE. Entre continuaciones de historias, apelar a la nostalgia con Flair y Hogan, incluir el boxeo con Tyson Fury y el MMA con Cain Velazquez vs Brock Lesnar, el evento tuvo sus bríos de ser una mini versión de WrestleMania. Juzgando por la reacción de los presentes, fue todo un éxito.
El Kick-Off rompió con un Battle Royal de 20 hombres donde el ganador tendría una oportunidad de enfrentar a AJ Styles por el campeonato de USA. Humberto Carrillo fue el ganador al sobrevivir otros 19 luchadores, en especial al dúo de Harper & Rowan. Carrillo tuvo la manos llenas ante AJ Styles, y a pesar de que dio una tremenda lucha ante uno de los mejores, perdió la misma. AJ Styles retuvo el campeonato de USA.
       El chiste del campeonato 24/7 continuó en Crown Jewel con R-Truth recuperando el mismo al planchar a uno de los Singh Brothers. Más tarde en el evento R-Truth lo vuelve a perder ante el otro hermano Singh.
Brock Lesnar retuvo su campeonato máximo de la WWE al aplicarle una Kimura a Cain Velazquez para vencerlo por rendición. Una lucha muy corta para una historia tan buena. Luego de la lucha y al ver que no quería soltar a Cain de la llave, Rey Mysterio Jr. trata de hacer el salve con un sillazo. Brock lanzó malamente a las afueras a Rey y continuó atacando a Cain. Rey regresa por segunda vez para el salve y saca a sillazos a Lesnar. La historia continúa.
The OC (Gallows y Anderson) se coronaron como los primeros Best Tag Team in the the World al ganar el turmoil match. Roode y Ziggler abrieron la lucha derrotando a Lucha House Party y a la dupla de Ryder & Hawkins. Luego Heavy Machinery a Roode y Ziggler. The New Day hace su entrada para meter al público y eliminar a Heavy Machinery, B-Team y The Revival. Revival ataca a New Day luego de la lucha, lo que ayuda a que The OC elimine a New Day luego de varios buenos falsos finales. En la final, The OC logra derrotar a los Vikings Raiders para ganar la copa. OC ganan la copa.
SaudiMania continuó con Tyson Fury conectando un derechazo que envió a las afueras a Braun Strowman, para apuntarse el triunfo por conteo de 10 en las afueras. Fury le dio un KO a Strowman y este luego de la lucha atacó a Fury para desquitarse la derrota. Fury sorprendió a muchos dando una buena y entretenida lucha. Hizo mejor trabajo que Cain Velazquez. El nene de la casa Mansoor dio una de las mejores luchas de la noche para vencer a un determinado Cesaro. Mansoor nuevamente sale victorioso frente a su gente y bajo una ovación de los presentes. Cesaro y Mansoor lograron un sonoro This is Awesome!
Por primera vez las mujeres luchan en Arabia Saudita, por cierto, tapando su cuerpo con ropa negra y usando T-Shirts para respetar la cultura, cuando Lacey Evans se enfrentó a Natalya. Natalya venció a Lacey Evans con su tradicional Sharpshooter. Ambas luchadores recibieron una tremenda ovación de los presentes.
El Team Hulk Hogan (Rusev, Ricochet, Shorty G, Ali y Roman Reigns) venció a Team Flair (Lashley, Nakamura, Drew McIntyre, King Corbin y Randy Orton). Fue una lucha exquisita que metieron al público y hasta lograron gritos de This is Awesome!. Fue un luchón y Reigns trajo la victoria con un Spear. Y llegamos a la estelar con la continuación de la guerra entre Seth Rollins vs “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Una excelente lucha que superó las pasadas y que por fin le dieron al fanático lo que querían...un final a otro nivel y que The Fiend ganará el campeonato. Wyatt venció a Rollins luego de tremendos finales falsos con su tradicional Sister Abigail. Wyatt es el nuevo Campeón Universal de la WWE y la gente gritaba This is Awesome! y You deserve it!

domingo, 26 de octubre de 2014

Notas recientes de la UFC

The UFC’s 115-pound women mark breast cancer awareness month with educational session with breast surgeon from Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada
Las Vegas, NV With the historic season of The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned in full swing, the 16 fighters vying for the opportunity to be the first UFC female 115-pound champion have shown the world they are both strong and beautiful, inside and out. Each has pushed herself to peak athleticism - prepared for any battle. 

One opponent however, doesn’t care about strength, fitness or mental determination. Breast cancer will affect one in eight women in their lifetime and, despite the cast of The Ultimate Fighter being at the top of their physical prowess, they are still susceptible to the disease. Like preparing for a fight, knowledge and awareness of what you are up against can provide a critical advantage. 

In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness month, the all-women cast of The Ultimate Fighter took time away from their training to better understand the disease and how methods for early detection can make all the difference in the fight.

The fighters spent an afternoon with Dr. Margaret Terhar MD, FACS, a breast surgeon at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada ( She discussed symptoms and signs, early detection methods, and preventative measures that all women should know and practice.

Learn along with the cast members as they hear from Dr. Terhar:

"It was an honor and I found it inspirational to interact with the highly motivated and well-informed young athletes participating in The Ultimate Fighter,” said Dr. Terhar. “As women achieve greater visibility in the world of sports and particularly the UFC, it is the perfect opportunity for them to help spread the word about good health habits. 

“It is important for women at any age to conduct a regular breast self-exam and to be aware of any irregular lumps, textures or color that may be symptoms of breast cancer. Not only do these women literally fight to be at the top of their game, but they have an incredible platform to promote breast cancer awareness and help save lives."

For The Ultimate Fighter coach and current UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis, the conversation on breast cancer is personal.

“Breast cancer is definitely something to be aware of,” said Pettis. “A student of mine found out she had breast cancer. I saw the process and how much it affects individuals and their families. It’s important that these ladies be aware and alert that it could possibly happen to them.”

Cast member Emily Kagan valued the reminder that the disease can affect anyone: “The fact that I am susceptible and so are the other women in my life was eye-opening and educational. More so, in the sense of being reminded that this is a reality.”

The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned returns tonight at 10 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1. In episode five, an injury forces one of the fighters out of the competition, and opens the door for another to get a second chance in the tournament. The Team Melendez fighters question the severity of Heather Clark's nagging knee injury. Additionally, the storied rivalry between No.6 seed Felice Herrig of Team Pettis and No.11 seed Heather Clark finally comes to a head, as they face off in the fifth preliminary fight.

For more show information, bios, videos and photos, visit and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @UltimateFighter or on

For further details on the fight against breast cancer, visit
Mexico City, Mexico - The UFC® announced today that UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez suffered a right knee injury during training and was forced to withdraw from his championship fight against No.1 contender Fabricio Werdum in Mexico City on November 15.  

As a result, No.4 heavyweight Mark Hunt (10-8-1 in professional MMA, fighting out of Auckland, New Zealand), who is coming off a walk-off knockout against the iron-chinned Roy Nelson in Tokyo in September (, will face Werdum (18-5-1, fighting out of Los Angeles via Porto Alegre, Brazil) in the five-round main event for the interim UFC heavyweight title.

“I’m so unbelievably disappointed that this happened,” Velasquez said. “To say I was looking forward to fighting in Mexico for the first time is an understatement. I wanted to fight on that card so bad. Looks like it wasn’t meant to be and it’s not going to happen. I’m going to get my [right] knee fixed and get back to training as soon as I can. I’m sorry to the fans in Mexico who were expecting this fight, and I hope to be able to come down and still be a part of this historic event.”
For Werdum, it was never about Cain, it was always about the title.
“I’m ready for whatever comes. I have been training in Mexico for nearly two months and accept the challenge that is presented to me. I'll continue to prepare and will arrive ready to fight on behalf of all my Latin American fans," said Werdum.
Mark Hunt, never one to shy away from a big opportunity, wasted no time accepting a dream opportunity to fight for UFC gold. 
I feel blessed to have this opportunity to fight for another world title. This is something that doesn’t happen often to people. First K1 and now UFC – how can I say no, even though it’s on short notice? I’m dropping everything and flying to Mexico tomorrow so I can best prepare myself for this fight. I have to get into shape and acclimatize to that environment, which is really important. 
“There’s nothing to lose when you’re competing against the best at the top level,” Hunt added.
UFC 180: WERDUM vs. HUNT scheduled for November 15 at the Arena Mexico City, sold-out in only  eight hours, and will welcome more than 20,000 fans. Along with the explosive main event, fans will also be treated to six other bouts featuring Latin American contenders.
For more information visit All bouts are live and subject to change.
UFC ticket refund policy
Due to causes beyond our company's control, there has been a change in the main event of UFC 180 and Cain Velasquez will no longer be participating. For customers who wish to request a refund the times to do so will be from October 28 to November 7, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. CT.
For purchases made with a credit card and/or debit card, please go to the Arena Ciudad de Mexico box office with the following documents:
* Card with which the purchase was made. Original and copy
* Official identification. Original and Copy
* Tickets.
For purchases made in CASH, OXXO, ELEKTRA, PALACIO DE HIERRO's CARD through Superboletos, reimbursements will be made at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico box office only from October 28 to November 7, 2014, please submit:
* Tickets.
* Official identification. Original and Copy
Foreign clients
For customers who are requesting a foreign refund, you must send your scanned tickets to the following e-mail address: with the title "UFC refund", submitting the following:
* Tickets
* Official identification. Copy
* Card with the purchase I make (if applicable, Copy)
Once the documents are sent, the actual tickets must be mailed to our offices in Monterrey and we will provide a reply to the e-mail in which we receive the documents. The dates for this are from October 28 to November 7, 2014.
If you purchased with cash you must also attach the card to which you want us to make the deposit, if the purchase was made through credit/debit card the refund should appear on your balance within 25 to 30 working days from when the paperwork is received. Service charge is not refundable.




Las Vegas – The UFC® announced that the groundbreaking season of The Ultimate Fighter®: A Champion Will Be Crowned will come to an explosive finish in the season finale on Friday, Dec. 12 at Palms Casino Resort. The two finalists will battle it out to become the inaugural UFC 115-pound champion in the five-round main event.

As the latest installment of the UFC’s signature reality series, The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned launched the UFC women’s strawweight division, and showcased 16 of the world’s best 115-pound female mixed martial artists as they fought to capture the first-ever strawweight crown. The winner of this season, to be decided on the finale show, will emerge as a trailblazer in women’s MMA and follow in the footsteps of current UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.

In addition to a world title fight, powerful striker (No.10) Jeremy Stephens (23-9, fighting out of San Diego, Calif. by way of Des Moines, Iowa) will take on 14th-ranked featherweight Charles Oliveira (18-4, 1NC, fighting out of Houston, Texas by way of Sao Paulo, Brazil) in the co-main event.

Coming off a 30-second win over Sam Stout at The Ultimate Fighter® finale in April, former STRIKEFORCE® veteran K.J. Noons (12-6, fighting out of San Diego, Calif.) returns to face The Ultimate Fighter season 15 alumnus Daron Cruickshank (16-5, fighting out of Detroit, Mich.). Plus, fellow season 15 standout Joe Proctor (10-2, fighting out of Bridgewater, Mass.) looks for a third straight win when he meets the always dangerous Yancy Medeiros (10-2, 1 NC, fighting out of Honolulu, Hawaii) in a 155-pound scrap. Additional bouts to be announced, and will include a collection of women’s strawweight fights.

The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1. This week, in episode five, an injury forces one of the fighters out of the competition, and opens the door for another to get a second chance in the tournament. The Team Melendez fighters question the severity of Heather Clark's nagging knee injury. And the storied rivalry between No.6 seed Felice Herrig of Team Pettis and No.11 seed Heather Clark finally comes to a head, as they face off in the fifth preliminary fight.

The Ultimate Fighter® Finale will air live on FOX Sports 1 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Friday, December 12, with the prelims kicking off the evening on FOX Sports 1 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.

Tickets for The Ultimate Fighter® Finale go on sale Friday, Oct. 24 at 10 a.m. PT and are priced at $300, $175 and $85. Tickets will be available at the Pearl Concert Theater Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at (800)745-3000 or on the web at Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person. Ticket prices do not include applicable service charges.

UFC Fight Club® members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to this event Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. PT via the website A special internet ticket pre-sale will be available to UFC newsletter subscribers Thursday, Oct. 23 starting at 10 a.m. PT. To access this presale, users must register for the UFC newsletter through

For more information or current fight news, visit  All bouts live and subject to change.


UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez to Battle No.1 Contender Fabricio Werdum for World Heavyweight Title in First-Ever Event in Mexico

DENVER, CO – UFC® returns to movie theaters nationwide on Sat., Nov. 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. PT, as Fathom Events and UFC bring UFC® 180: VELASQUEZ vs. WERDUM, the UFC’s first-ever event in Mexico, to the big screen. Fans will have a front-row Octagon® view of all the action when heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez collides with no.1 contender Fabricio Werdum in the five-round main event on Nov. 15. Broadcast live from the sold-out Arena Ciudad de México in Mexico City, audiences will witness the culmination of 12 weeks of rivalry and competition built up between these two heavyweight coaches on The Ultimate Fighter® Latin America, the UFC’s famed reality television series.

Tickets to watch UFC® 180: VELASQUEZ vs. WERDUM on the big screen are available at participating theater box offices and at The event will be presented in more than 400 select movie theaters around the country through Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change).

“UFC 180 is a historic event and fans in theaters nationwide will be treated to the ultimate, front-row Octagon experience as Velasquez and Werdum battle for the title on the big screen,” said Dan Diamond, senior vice president of Fathom Events.

UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez (13-1 in his professional career, fighting out of San Jose, Calif.), an agile and explosive heavyweight with a strong wrestling base, is currently the only heavyweight titleholder of Mexican descent in combat sports around the world. Often referred to as “the baddest man on the planet,” he is widely considered the greatest UFC heavyweight of all time thanks to career wins over former champions Minotauro Nogueira, Brock Lesnar and Junior dos Santos as well as Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. 

No.1 contender Fabricio Werdum (17-5-1, fighting out of Los Angeles, Calif. by way of of Porto Alegre, Brazil) is currently on a four-fight win streak that includes victories over fellow Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace Minotauro Nogueira, Fedor Emelianenko, Roy Nelson, and most recently, Travis Browne. A two-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion, he is also known as a technical fighter with heavy hands. Outside of the Octagon, Werdum is seen across Latin America every week hosting the UFC Network’s weekly magazine show, UFC® Ahora. 

Additionally, seventh-ranked Jake Ellenberger (29-8, fighting out of Lake Forrest, Calif. by way of Omaha, Neb.) goes up against no.11 Kelvin Gastelum (10-0, fighting out of Yuma, Ariz.) in a welterweight showdown. Ellenberger, a former Marine and NCAA wrestler, will bring his grit and knockout power to the Octagon against the undefeated winner of the 17th season of The Ultimate Fighter.

Other bouts for UFC® 180 include:
·         The Ultimate Fighter winner Diego Sanchez (27-7, fighting out of Albuquerque, N.M.) and Joe Lauzon (24-10, fighting out of Bridgewater, Mass.) will collide in a lightweight battle.
·         No. 4 ranked, Ricardo Lamas (14-3, fighting out of Chicago, Ill.) will meet Dennis Bermudez (15-3, fighting out of Lindenhurst, N.Y.) in a featherweight showdown that could have title implications.
·         Augusto “Dodger” Montano (13-1, fighting out of Mexico City, Mexico), the newest Mexican fighter signed to the organization will make his UFC debut against Chris Heatherly (8-2, 1 NC, fighting out of Cahokia, Ill.), who is unbeaten in four of his last five fights.

For more information or current fight news, visit All bouts are live and subject to change.