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lunes, 10 de septiembre de 2018

#Knockeando Resultados de UFC 228 y otras informaciones...

Main Card
Weight classMethodRoundTimeNotes
WelterweightTyron Woodley (c)def.Darren TillSubmission (D'Arce choke)24:19[a]
Women's StrawweightJéssica Andradedef.Karolina KowalkiewiczKO (punch)11:58
FeatherweightZabit Magomedsharipovdef.Brandon DavisSubmission (kneebar)23:46
BantamweightJimmie Riveradef.John DodsonDecision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)35:00
WelterweightAbdul Razak Alhassandef.Niko PriceKO (punch)10:43
Preliminary Card (FX)
Women's StrawweightTatiana Suarezdef.Carla EsparzaTKO (punches and elbows)34:33
BantamweightAljamain Sterlingdef.Cody StamannSubmission (kneebar)23:42
WelterweightGeoff Nealdef.Frank CamachoKO (head kick)21:23
MiddleweightDarren Stewartdef.Charles ByrdTKO (elbow and punches)22:17
Early Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
WelterweightDiego Sanchezdef.Craig WhiteDecision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)35:00
LightweightJim Millerdef.Alex WhiteSubmission (rear-naked choke)11:29
Women's BantamweightIrene Aldanadef.Lucie PudilováDecision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)35:00
FlyweightJarred Brooksdef.Roberto SanchezDecision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)35:00

The following fighters received $50,000 bonuses:[12]
  • Fight of the Night: Irene Aldana vs. Lucie Pudilová
  • Performance of the Night: Tyron Woodley and Jéssica Andrade



LAS VEGAS and CHICAGO – UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, today announced a new marketing partnership with Oscar Mayer®.  The partnership names P3 Portable Protein Packs as “Official Protein Snack” of UFC, creating a new, exclusive sponsorship category for the MMA promotion.

P3 Portable Protein Snacks deliver a tasty combination of meat, cheese, nuts, and fruits, all in one portable pack. They come in multiple varieties and sizes, all offering a convenient way for consumers to get their protein. Oscar Mayer established the Adult Snacking segment with P3 in 2014, and since its launch, the P3 brand has successfully built awareness and has grown in popularity with consumers. They are widely distributed in retail grocery and convenience stores across the country. The UFC partnership will further expand awareness to a new and coveted loyal MMA fan base.  

Under the terms of this partnership, P3 will have a branded presence inside the world-famous Octagon® at select UFC events for the remainder of the year. Additional partnership activations will include the integration of P3 branding throughout UFC’s telecasts, digital media campaigns, and Fight Week integrations. At select participating retail locations, P3 displays will feature images of UFC athletes and official UFC logos at point of sale.

The first P3 activation with UFC will begin on Saturday, September 8, with UFC® 228: WOODLEY vs. TILL, featuring the highly anticipated welterweight championship bout that will see Tyron Woodley defend against undefeated No.2-ranked contender Darren Till.

“We’re excited to partner with a blue-chip business-like Oscar Mayer and their P3 Brand to connect with UFC fans in an authentic way,” said Paul Asencio, UFC Senior Vice President, Global Partnerships. “This relationship is a natural fit for both brands and we look forward to collaborating with P3 to grow its share of the market and reach UFC’s dedicated fan base.”

“At Oscar Mayer, we know the importance of protein snacking and performance,” said Don Fussner, General Manager of Oscar Mayer. “Therefore, with our P3 Portable Protein Pack, we are extremely excited to partner with the most premiere performance athletes in the world.  The UFC is a phenomenal brand with an incredibly loyal – and growing – fan base.  Becoming the Official Protein Snack of UFC is a powerful fit for both companies and it’s a new and interesting platform for P3 to participate. We are looking forward to embedding our brand into the UFC culture, helping both athletes and fans alike find a more interesting way to get their protein.”

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Las Vegas – UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, today announced a new marketing partnership agreement with Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum, in which the distilled spirits brand will serve as the organization’s first-ever “Official Rum of UFC” in the United States. Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum is owned by Heaven Hill Brands®, America’s largest independent family-owned and operated distilled spirits company. 

“We’re thrilled to have Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum join us as an official partner,” UFC Senior Vice President of Global Partnerships Paul Asencio said. “UFC takes pride in aligning itself with top tier brands that offer exciting products and Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum is a great fit alongside our other partners.”

As part of this collaboration, Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum will have a branded presence inside the world-famous Octagon® and at UFC VIP Experiences during key events throughout 2018-2019, beginning with UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: EDGAR vs. KOREAN ZOMBIE. The event, which takes place on Saturday, November 10, at Pepsi Center in Denver, will be the focus of attention as it also marks UFC’s historic 25th anniversary celebration. The fast-growing Spiced Rum brand will also be integrated across multiple UFC-based social and digital platforms.

“We are thrilled to step into the Octagon as the Official Rum of UFC. As Blackheart Rum continues to outpace the category in growth, we are always looking for ways to elevate our presence through engaging, innovative experiences with fans,” said Hannah Venhoff, Heaven Hill Senior Brand Manager. “The alignment with UFC expands our involvement in MMA and further supports the spirit of the brand.”

Starting in September, UFC and Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum will be featured on co-branded retail point of sale materials in locations across the U.S. and also in various digital and social media co-branded promotions. For more information, please visit



Multi-Year Global Partnership Establishes New Sponsorship category for UFC

Las Vegas and Nemyriv, Ukraine – UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, today announced a new, multi-year global marketing partnership with Nemiroff, one of the best-selling vodkas in the world. 

Under the terms of the agreement, Nemiroff becomes UFC’s first-ever “Official Vodka” Partner, creating a new sponsorship category for UFC. In return, Nemiroff will have a branded presence inside the world-famous Octagon® at all UFC events, including UFC’s remaining Pay-Per-View events in 2018, starting with UFC® 228: WOODLEY vs. TILL, which takes place at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday, September 8.

“We’re excited that Nemiroff is joining us as UFC’s first-ever global Vodka partner,” said Paul Asencio, UFC Senior Vice President, Global Partnerships. “The alcohol and spirits categories continue to be an important component of our sponsorship business, and Nemiroff’s global popularity will help us grow UFC’s brand and the sport of MMA around the world.”

“We’re really pleased to establish a partnership with UFC worldwide,” said Yuriy Sorochynskiy, Chief Executive Officer of Nemiroff. “The vision and values of UFC are highly relevant and parallel with Nemiroff’s brand DNA. By establishing Nemiroff as UFC’s Official Vodka Partner, we can align brand strategy and reach a wider market.”

Additional partnership activations will include the integration of Nemiroff branding throughout UFC’s telecasts, as well as sampling, digital media, and other promotional opportunities. Through UFC’s worldwide programming distribution, Nemiroff’s brand exposure has the potential to reach 1.1 billion TV households in more than 160 countries and territories in 40 different languages.



Las VegasNevada – The most exciting grappling event of 2018 hits Las Vegas on Friday, October 5, as Kazushi Sakuraba’s QUINTET® promotion makes its U.S. debut. 

The stacked QUINTET 3 card will feature Sakuraba himself in action, along with fellow UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber, former UFC heavyweight champion Josh Barnett and elite grappling champions, including three-time EBI winner Geo Martinez and reigning Polaris middleweight king Craig Jones.

The entire event will be streamed live and then made available via video-on-demand only on UFC FIGHT PASS®. Click here for the trailer

“I’m very excited to announce QUINTET will now make its way to Las Vegas,” Sakuraba said. “Japanese fans and FIGHT PASS viewers already know how thrilling our five-on-five, winner stays on team grappling event is, and now the fight capital of the world is cordially invited to witness an event unlike anything seen before in the United States.”

QUINTET’s unique format sees teams of five face-off in single matches until all the members of one team have either been submitted or eliminated from the match by means of a time-limit draw (where both competitors are eliminated). Four teams will compete at the event, with the two winning semi-final squads then meeting in a finale match to decide the QUINTET 3 champions. 

David Shaw, UFC Senior Vice-President of International and Content, said: “We’re excited Quintet is bringing such a stacked event to UFC FIGHT PASS on what already is going to be an historic week for fight fans.”

The four teams are already taking shape:

Kazushi Sakuraba (UFC Hall of Famer, PRIDE FC legend)
Josh Barnett (former UFC heavyweight champion)
Marcos Souza (Abu Dhabi Grand Slam champion) 
Roberto Souza (Abu Dhabi Grand Slam champion)

“We will be ready for battle and give the fans great entertainment,” Sakuraba said.

Team Alpha Male                                             
Urijah Faber (UFC Hall of Famer)                     
Dustin Akbari   (BJJ black belt, Team Alpha Male coach)                      

“I’m super excited to bring Team Alpha Male to this event,” Faber said. “Combat sports have always been a game of human chess and outthinking your opponent. QUINTET takes that to a whole other level, adding more tools and more complexity. We can’t wait!”

Team Polaris (QUINTET 1 Champions)
Craig Jones (Polaris middleweight champion) 
Gregor Gracie (World champion, 2004/2005; ADCC third-place 2009)
Marcin Held (former UFC fighter; BJJ black belt)
Dan Strauss (British and European champion; BJJ black belt) 

Ben Tong, Polaris co-owner, said: “Team Polaris is looking forward to defending the title we won at the inaugural QUINTET. The other three teams are very strong, but we are very confident we have the talent and the tactics to win again.”

Team 10th Planet (QUINTET 2 Champions)
Geo Martinez (Three-time EBI champion)                     
Richie Martinez (EBI 1 runner-up, Gracie Worlds runner-up; IBJJF Worlds runner-up)               
PJ Barch (BJJ black belt; Division 1 wrestler)                                         
Adam Sachnoff (BJJ Black belt)            
Amir Allam (BJJ Black Belt)

“The rules of QUINTET are the same rules my guys train every day at 10th Planet,” 10th Planet head coach Eddie Bravo said. “We were made for this. If it ain’t broke – don’t fix it; we are coming back with the same team that won QUINTET 2.”

Tickets will be available from this Friday at Ticketmaster. A special VIP experience, where fans can meet Sakuraba and other stars and receive a special signed commemorative poster, will also be available. 

For more information on UFC FIGHT PASS, please visit Fans can download the UFC App or click HERE on desktop.




Las Vegas, Nevada – UFC® will celebrate its 25th anniversary by returning to where it all began—Denver, Colo. In a thrilling featherweight contenders’ bout, No.3-ranked Frankie Edgar will battle No.10 Chan Sung Jung. Also, No.12-ranked welterweight Donald Cerrone will throw down with Mike Perry in a fight guaranteed to deliver fireworks. UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: EDGAR vs. KOREAN ZOMBIE takes place Sat., November 10 at Pepsi Center and will air live on FS1.

A former lightweight champion and two-time featherweight title challenger, Edgar (21-6-1, fighting out of Toms River, N.J.) has beaten some of the biggest names in MMA. Over the course of his storied career, he’s earned impressive victories over B.J. Penn (three times), Cub Swanson (twice), Urijah Faber, Chad Mendes and Jeremy Stephens. He now aims to steal the show and stake his claim for another title shot against one of the division’s most aggressive and dynamic finishers.

Among the most exciting fighters on the UFC roster, Jung (14-4, fighting out of Seoul, South Korea) is known for his spectacular highlight-reel finishes. The Korean Zombie is the only fighter in UFC history to win by twister submission and holds one of the fastest KO wins at seven seconds. He returned to action last year following mandatory military service with a first-round KO over Dennis Bermudez. Jung hopes to continue his climb up the featherweight ranks and earn the biggest victory of his career.

The co-main event will feature two perennial fan favorites in a bout that could take home Fight of the Night honors.

Former lightweight title challenger and Denver native Cerrone (33-11 1NC, fighting out of Albuquerque, N.M.) has delivered some of the most thrilling fights inside the Octagon®. Since moving to welterweight in 2016, he’s earned impressive stoppage wins against Yancy Medeiros, Matt Brown, Rick Story and Patrick Cote. He now looks to rebound with a victory in his hometown.

A hard-hitting KO artist, Perry (12-3, fighting out of Orlando, Fla.) immediately turned heads when he joined the UFC in 2016. Known for his aggressive striking, Perry’s netted impressive KO victories over Jake Ellenberger, Danny Roberts, Hyun Gyu Lim and Alex Reyes. On the heels of his first decision win, over Paul Felder in July, he’s poised to add a MMA superstar to his resume.

Additional bouts on the card include:
  • Recent women’s bantamweight title challenger and No.4-ranked contender Raquel Pennington (9-7, fighting out of Colorado Spring, Colo.) squares off with former women’s featherweight champion and No.5-ranked bantamweight contender Germaine de Randamie (7-3, fighting out of Utrecht, The Netherlands)
  • In a clash of former flyweight title challengers, No.3-ranked contender Joseph Benavidez (25-5, fighting out of Las Cruces, N.M.) locks horns with No.4 Ray Borg (11-3, fighting out of Albuquerque, N.M.)
  • Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series contract winner and Colorado native Maycee Barber (4-0, fighting out of Fort Collins, Colo.) makes her UFC debut against Maia Stevenson (6-5, fighting out of San Diego, Calif.)
  • The Ultimate Fighter 27 winner Mike Trizano (8-0, fighting out of Ramsey, N.J.) faces castmate Luis Pena (5-0, fighting out of Saint Charles, Mo.
  • Ashley Yoder (5-4, fighting out of Temecula, Calif.) takes on Amanda Cooper (4-4, fighting out of Bath, Mich.) in a strawweight bout
  • Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series alum Alonzo Menifield (7-0, fighting out of Dallas, Tex.) debuts against Saparbeg Safarov(8-2, fighting out of Makhachkala, Russia)
  • Chas Skelly (17-2, fighting out of Arlington, Tex.) returns against Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series contract earner Bobby Moffett (12-3, fighting out of Homewood, Ill.)

For the latest information on additional bouts for this event, please visit All bouts live and subject to change.

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UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: EDGAR vs. KOREAN ZOMBIE will air live on FS1 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on Saturday, Nov. 10, with the prelims kicking off the evening on FS1 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and on UFC FIGHT PASS® at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT.

Tickets for UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: EDGAR vs. KOREAN ZOMBIE go on sale Friday, Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. MT and are priced at $150, $120, $90, $70 and $50 (does not include fees). Tickets are available for purchase online at Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person.

UFC Fight Club® members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 10 a.m. MT via the website A special Internet ticket pre-sale will be available to UFC newsletter subscribers Thursday, Sept. 6 starting at 10 a.m. MT. To access this presale, users must register for the UFC newsletter through

#ClutchMLB Voten por Yadier Molina para el premio Roberto Clemente

Todo éxito el All In

Exito Total el All In
Por Daniel "Mr. Clutch" Mercado Castro
Lo que comenzó como un reto provocado por la contestación del periodista Dave Meltzer a un twitter de un fan en el 2017, donde se le preguntó si ROH podría vender 10 mil taquillas en un evento, lo que Meltzer contestó con un rotundo "no en el corto plazo", se volvió realidad en el 2018 con un lleno total en el Sears Centre en Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Las taquillas se vendieron todas en 30 minutos y el evento fue producido por los luchadores Cody Rhodes y The Young Bucks. Rhodes cogió personal la contestación de Meltzer y trabajó una mejor idea que solo contó con dos auspiciadores, Pro Wrestling Tees, quienes vendieron más de 500 mil dólares en mercancía, y el restaurante T.G.I Friday's. Sin duda fue el mejor show Independiente en los últimos años, con una gran variedad de excelentes luchas y variedad de luchadores de renombre que aportaron sus servicios de empresas como New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), Ring of Honor (ROH), Impact Wrestling, Lucha Libre AAA y la National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). Es el 1er evento de lucha libre profesional, no producido por WWE, que alcanza las 10 mil taquillas vendidas desde el 1993 en los Estados Unidos. Luego de este éxito masivo de los luchadores como productores se habla de un segundo evento con más espacio. Alguien mencionó el Madison Square Garden como la posible casa de la 2da versión de All In. 

Se puede resumir simple. Todas las luchas estuvieron buenas de principio a fin y sin duda metieron al público. Pero hubo una luchas 5 estrellas que hay que destacar comenzando en la que Kenny Omega venció a Penta El Zero Miedo. En esta se escuchó hasta un Holy Shit! de lo buena que estuvo. Los falsos finales fueron de otro nivel y lo que pasó luego de acaba la lucha fue increíble. Chris Jericho, vestido de Penta El Zero Miedo, atacó a Omega luego de la lucha para el deleite de todos y para cultivar la riña rumbo a su Crucero. El palo de la noche! Omega logró la victoria con su One Winged-Angel. 
La lucha estelar en donde los Young Bucks y Kota Ibushi (The Golden Elite) derrotaron con un "Meltzer Driver"a Bandido, Rey Fenix y Rey Misterio Jr. fue todo un clásico. Estos deleitaron a los presentes con una serie de movimientos aéreos a otro nivel. Una de las mejores luchas de la noche fue cuando "The Rainmaker"Kazuchika Okada venció a "The Villain" Marty Scurll. Que luchon. Okada necesitó dos Rainmakers consecutivos para vencer el aguerrido Scurll. Tiger Hattori de la IWGP fue el arbitro especial para esta lucha. Okada y Scurll sin duda son dos de los mejores talentos actuales en la lucha libre y no dudo que en poco tiempo sean parte de la WWE. 

El talento joven también tuvo su espacio con Hangman Page derrotando a Joey Janela junto a Penelope Ford. La lucha fue una Chicago Street Fight y se dieron duro. Penelope se robó el show en medio de la lucha y Page se apuntó el triunfo con un Rite of Passage desde una escalera para encima de una mesa. Wow! Luego de la lucha Joey Ryan atacó a Page para continuar una extraña historia entre ellos. Matt Cross, conocido en Lucha Underground como Son of Havoc, se la volvió a lucir en el ring al vencer a MJF (Maxwell Jacob Friedman) con su Shooting Star Press. El veterano Christopher Daniels derrotó al actor Stephen Amell en una muy buena lucha entre ambos. Amell demostró que puede ser un gran luchador. El gran Jerry Lynn fue el arbitro especial. Daniels se apuntó el triunfo con su Best Moonsault Ever sobre el debutante luchador. Con un Hammerlock DDT, Tessa Blanchard, derrotó a Madison Rayne, Britt Baker y Chelsea Green, en una excelente lucha de damas. Blanchard sin duda es el Total Package. La lucha sacó gritos de This is Awesome! Tremenda Fatal Four Way y sin fajas envueltas. 

El evento también apeló al pasado cuando Cody Rhodes, al igual que su padre Dusty Rhodes, ganó el campeonato máximo de la NWA al vencer a Nick Aldis. Cody se apuntó el triunfo al revertir un Sunset Flip para el conteo de 3. Muy buena lucha donde hasta Cody sangró, DDP estuvo envuelto al aplicarle un Diamond Cutter a Daivari. Earl Hebner fue el arbitro del encuentro. Cody fue acompañado por Brandi Rhodes, Diamond Dallas Page (DDP), Glacier y Tommy Dreamer mientras que Aldis fue acompañado por Jeff Jarrett, Samuel Shaw, Shawn Daivari y Tim Storm. También Jay Lethal apeló al pasado a salir vestido como Macho Man y junto al hermano del mismo, Lanny Poffo, para defender su titulo máximo de ROH ante el juvenil Flip Gordon. Otra mega lucha dentro del cartel que metió a los fans de principio a fin. Lethal se robó el show y retuvo su faja ante un difícil Gordon. La gente revivió el tiempo donde Lethal fue Black Machismo en TNA. Bully Ray apareció luego de la lucha para atacar a Flip Gordon, pero Colt Cabana hace el salve. Cabana, Lethal y Gordon le dan un mega Power Bomb a Bully Ray. Lethal se apuntó el triunfo con su Lethal Injection. 

Para seguir apelando a la nostalgia, Road Warrior Animal estuvo presente en el evento.

En las luchas del Zero Hour (Pre-Show):

SoCal Uncesored (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) derrotaron a The Briscoe con una excelente movida en medio de un gran final. Esto puede servir para llevar una riña a ROH por las fajas de Parejas. Flip Gordon, quien entró enmascarado y pasó toda la lucha afuera gracias a un power bomb encima de una mesa de Bully Ray, ganó el 19-Person Over Budget Battle Royale. Gordon eliminó a Ray luego de que este pensará que ganó al eliminar a Colt Cabana. la batalla royal estuvo buenísimo para el deleite de los presentes. Entre los participantes estuvieron Moose, Brandon Cutler, Chuck Taylor, Trent Barreta, Rocky Romero, Cheeseburger, Hurricane Helms, Ethan Page, Tommy Dreamer, Jimmy Jacobs, Punishment Martinez, Austin Gunn, Billy Gun, Marko Stunt, Brian Cage, Jordynne Grace y Colt Cabana.