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Monday, April 24, 2017
Undefeated Genisis Libranza to face Mthalane for the IBO World flyweight title

Undefeated Genisis Libranza to face Mthalane for the IBO World flyweight title

Genisis Libranza of the Philippines is set to face the IBO world flyweight champion Moruti Mthalane on April 28th in South Africa.

Libranza with an unblemished record of 11 wins with 8 KO's will try to get an upset against the South African fighter.

Libranza 23, will attempt to grab and win his first ever title fight.

The fighter from Agusan del Sur, Philippines won his last 3 fights all by KO.

Meanwhile, Moruti Mthalane is a top fighter, a former IBF, and the current IBO flyweight champion.

With a record of 32 wins including 21 victories by way of KO and has only 2 defeats, Moruti Mthalane will defend his title for the third time.

Mthalane defeated some notable fighters including Julio Cesar Miranda, Zolani Tete and John Riel Casimero and never been defeated since 2009.

Sunday, April 23, 2017
Full Fight Video: "King" Arthur Villanueva vs. Zolani Tete

Full Fight Video: "King" Arthur Villanueva vs. Zolani Tete

Watch the full fight video of the Filipino Boxer Arthur Villanueva and the former world champion Zolani Tete of South Africa.

Zolani Tete just schooled Arthur Villanueva. Speed and nice footwork by Zolani win the fight.

Arthur Villanueva can't even hit the South African former world champion.

The Judges scores 119-108, 119-108 and 120-107 all for the South African Zolani Tete.

Tapales knockouts Omori but Loses Belt

Tapales knockouts Omori but Loses Belt

Marlon Tapales wins his fight yesterday against Shohei Omori via 11th round TKO.

The fight was close but Tapales wins impressively with a KO.

Tapales uses his counter punching skills and power to win the fight, Tapales connects a left hook in the 10th round but the Japanese been able to comeback.

In round 11, Tapales not wasting any time and attack Omori relentlessly,  refereee stops the fight at 2:34 left in the 11th round.

Tapales won but he lost the title because he didn't meet the 118 lbs limit.

Tapales said that he will be moved up in weight because he is now heavy and can't  maintain the current division.

Tapales now improved his record to 30W(13KO)-2L.

Saturday, April 22, 2017
Tapales 1.75 pounds over the limit, loses WBO Belt

Tapales 1.75 pounds over the limit, loses WBO Belt

Marlon Tapales who is scheduled to defend his title today loses his WBO belt after failing to get the weight limit yesterday.

Tapales weighed in at 119.75 lbs, 1.75 lbs over the limit of 118.

Tapales try for the 2nd time but the weight still the same.

The title now is on the line for Omori only, and if Tapales win, the title will become vacant.

Tapales vs Omori will be held at EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan tonight April 23, 2017.

Zolani Tete Drops Villanueva and won via Unanimous Decision

Zolani Tete Drops Villanueva and won via Unanimous Decision

Arthur Villanueva was outclassed by the South African former world champion Zolani Tete.

Zolani Tete's speed and counter punching abilities make the different in the fight. Villanueva looks very flat footed and slow in that fight.

Villanueva was also down once in the 11th round.

Villanueva said by facebook "I did my very best pero I can't hit him."

Two Judges scores 119-108, and the other one 120-107 all for Tete.

Zolani Tete is now the no.1 contender against the world champion Marlon Tapales of the Philippines who will defend his title against Shohei Omori today April 23, 2017 in Japan.

The fight was held in United Kingdom and will be televised late via ABS CBN sports and Action in the Philippines at 6:30 PM, Sunday April 23rd.

Watch: Honorio Banario KO's Jaroslav Jartim Cold

Watch: Honorio Banario KO's Jaroslav Jartim Cold

Watch the stunning KO of team Lakay Honorio Banario against the Czech Republic's Jaroslav Jartim. Fight happened at the Mall of Asia Arena last April 21, 2017.

Banario is now currently handled 4 consecutive victories and now coming as a contender in the lightweight division.

Banario improved his record to 12W-6L while Jaroslav Jartim dropped with 8W-6L.

Friday, April 21, 2017




21 April 2017 – Manila, Philippines: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), sent shockwaves throughout the capacity crowd at the state-of-the-art Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines with another exciting evening of world-class mixed martial arts action. ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY showcased a series of compelling bouts, punctuated by a thrilling main event that left fans on the edge of their seats. In the main event, Eduard Folayang successfully defended his ONE Lightweight World Championship, defeating Ev Ting by unanimous decision.

Visit the official ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY photo gallery by clicking: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ivh34n9pza3q94o/AADwuMwRg-gnDecd5AIBoQyTa?dl=0

In the main event of ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY, Eduard Folayang retained his ONE Lightweight World Championship with a masterful display of striking to defeat top Malaysian lightweight Ev “E.T.” Ting. Operating behind his world-class wushu stance, Folayang dazzled with his trademark variety of lightning quick and powerful spinning attacks, pouncing on Ting with side kicks and back fists. Controlling the action from the outside with the intent to counter, Folayang allowed Ting to come forward with his attacks which were few and far between. In the end, all three judges agreed on Folayang winning a unanimous decision to remain champion after five thrilling rounds of intense action.

After the bout, eight-division world Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao congratulated Folayang inside the ONE Championship cage.

“I would like to thank Ev Ting, he really came prepared for this fight. We came to give the fans a good fight, and that’s what we have done,” said Folayang. “This is the essence of martial arts, five rounds to show how much we’ve prepared for a long time. [This fight] means a lot. A lot of you [fans] were discouraged the last time I was here, I slept on that mat. I rose up from my circumstances. I needed to train a lot to improve a lot. This is it on my shoulder. Thank you for your support.”

In the co-main event of the evening, Team Lakay top bantamweight Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon swarmed Finnish kickboxing sensation Toni “Dynamite” Tauru with a relentless barrage of attacks to earn a scintillating striking victory. Tauru, the taller fighter by over 10cm, used his length to keep Belingon at range but it was only a matter of time before the Filipino would come looking for the stoppage. Tauru tried his best to keep the distance, but Belingon launched a furious offensive to close the gap, pounding Tauru with thunderous lefts and rights. In the end, Tauru had no choice but to bow out of the contest via verbal submission.

With another spectacular performance, resurgent lightweight contender and former ONE Featherweight World Champion Honorio “The Rock” Banario marched to victory once more, stopping newcomer Jaroslav Jartim with a monstrous left hook. After spending the first round on the mat with Jartim in technical grappling exchanges, Banario showcased his incredible power in the second round. Catching a kick to the body, Banario uncorked a devastating left hand counter that knocked Jartim out cold, effectively ending the bout in an instant.

It was a triumphant return to the ONE Championship cage for 18-year-old Christian Lee. “The Warrior” turned in a tremendous showing against Chinese featherweight “The Werewolf” Wan Jian Ping, dazzling the crowd with his quickness and trademark unorthodox movement. After mixing up his strikes very well, Lee shot in for a successful takedown, bringing Wan to the canvas. Once on the mat, it was all Christian Lee as the youngster went to work, pounding the Chinese fighter with sharp elbows and punches to earn the stoppage victory.

With an astounding display of gargantuan strength, Team Lakay top flyweight prospect Danny “The King” Kingad out-muscled Malaysian opponent Muhammad Aiman to win by unanimous decision after three fierce back-and-forth rounds. Kingad, who enjoyed most of the fight with successful takedowns of his Malaysian foe, punished Aiman with elbows and knees from dominant positions. In the third round, Aiman caught Kingad in a triangle but the Filipino powered himself out of it and earned the judges’ nod.

In an entertaining flyweight contest, Indonesian standout Stefer Rahardian dominated unorthodox Filipino striker Eugene Toquero with his effective chain wrestling skills, winning by unanimous decision after three rounds of action. For the majority of the bout, Rahardian took Toquero down seemingly at will, and the Filipino spent most of the fight defending off his back. In the third round, Toquero made things interesting by landing a couple of telling blows but it was not enough to offset Rahardian’s superior ground control.

19-year-old Chinese bantamweight prospect “The Stalker” Xie Bin showcased his tremendous grappling skills in defeating Cambodian Khun Khmer specialist Chan Rothana. After a brief feeling out period for both fighters, Xie scored on a takedown to bring the action to the mat. The second round saw Xie score on another takedown, this time working towards a submission. With Rothana completely out of his element, Xie was able to grab a hold of his opponent’s neck, executing a D’Arce choke to seal the win.

Team Lakay lady striker Gina “Conviction” Iniong made her successful ONE Championship debut, besting Filipino-English fighter Natalie “The Kilapino” Gonzales Hills with a solid display of striking superiority. Looking to play the role of counterpuncher, Iniong laid back and allowed Hills to press most of the action. Iniong dominated in the clinch with knees to the lower body and scored on a handful of takedowns. She then found a home for her powerful right hand which landed with great accuracy throughout the fight. After three rounds, judges saw the bout in favor of Iniong.

8-time Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Michelle Nicolini of Sao Paulo, Brazil extended her winning streak to two wins inside the ONE Championship cage with a beautiful first round armbar over previously unbeaten Irina Mazepa of St. Petersburg, Russia. Nicolini utilized a missed kick from Mazepa to take the Russian fighter to the ground. From there, Nicolini worked her magic, easily taking the bout by submission.

Filipino strawweight fighters Robin Catalan and Jeremy Miado kicked off ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY with a wild exchange of striking and wrestling to get the crowd ready for an exciting night of fights. After three gruelling rounds, Catalan emerged victorious by split decision, impressing with a series of emphatic slams while controlling the action on the mat.

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Folayang to defend title against EV Ting Tonight at MOA Arena

Folayang to defend title against EV Ting Tonight at MOA Arena

Team Lakay ONE Lightweight Champion Edward "The Landslide Folayang" is scheduled to defend his title tonight April 21, 2017 at the Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City Philippines.

ONE World Lightweight Eduard Folayang willd defend his title for the first time after pounding the MMA Asian Legend Shinya Aoki last November of 2016.

Folayang will face the Malaysian who has a record of 13W-3L and has 4 consecutive victories.

Aside from Folayang we will also see some Team Lakay fighters including Kevin Belingon, Danny Kingad and Gina Iniong.

ONE Championsip title match will be telecast live via ABS-CBN Sports and Action in Channel 23. Check your local TV listing for more info.

Monday, April 17, 2017
Eugene Toquero hungry to redeem himself in ONE Championship

Eugene Toquero hungry to redeem himself in ONE Championship

Filipino mixed martial artist Eugene Toquero is looking forward to bouncing back from a dismal 2016 as he makes his eighth trip inside the ONE Championship cage.

The 35-year-old Cebu native seeks vindication when he faces top Indonesian prospect Stefer Rahardian on the undercard of ONE: KINGS OF DESTINT, which takes place at the 20,000-seater SM Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines on Friday, 21 April.

With seven of his professional 8 victories coming by way of knockout, Toquero has a knack for executing highlight-reel striking techniques and is very unpredictable, operating at a pace that his opponents find hard to keep up with.

However, Toquero is coming off two-straight setbacks in 2016, yielding to interim ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano Moraes via first-round submission in March before tasting the same fate at the hands of Team Lakay’s Danny Kingad last December.

Toquero stressed that he has made some crucial adjustments to his preparation as he desires to be on the winning track once again.

“I have made other adjustments. I train longer and harder now. I don’t want to be complacent because I am not getting any younger. This is a huge organization with a lot of very good fighters from all over the world. I want to make my mark. This is my time to shine,” he said.

The man standing in his re-entry to the winner’s column is Rahardian, who impressed in his ONE Championship debut by winning the ONE: TITLES & TITANS Flyweight Tournament in August 2016.

In his last outing, Rahardian outperformed Jerome S. Paye to win by unanimous decision in three rounds.

For his three-round flyweight encounter with Rahardian, Toquero is now working with Hybrid Manila MMA.

Satisfied with the outcome of his training camp, Toquero believes that his forthcoming contest with Rahardian will be having a result in his favor.

“Training had a good turnout. Everyone in my camp extended their helping hand. I feel so rejuvenated for this fight. I don’t know if there is anyone who can cope up with my pace,” he confidently stated.

Although Toquero had a strange ritual to gauge his chances in a match by running his fingers through his fluffy black hair, he is determined to secure the victory at ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY regardless of what his hair might foreshadow.

With the amount of time and energy he has put into training, Toquero is driven to break his losing spell and redeem his status as one of the most exciting flyweights in the Asian region.

“If my hair stands up or falls down it does not matter. This time, l will make sure that my hand is raised as the winner that night,” he ended.

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ONE Championship is the largest sports media property in Asian history. Headquartered in Singapore, the world’s most exciting mixed martial arts organization hosts the largest sports entertainment events across Asia featuring the best Asian mixed martial artists and world champions, all signed to exclusive contracts, on the largest media broadcast in Asia. ONE Championship is broadcast to over 1 billion viewers across 118+ countries around the world with some of the largest global broadcasters, including FOX Sports, Setanta, MNC, Astro, Thairath TV, ABS-CBN, TV5, MYTV, HTV, OSN and more.

2017 SEABA Championship Schedule May 12-18th

2017 SEABA Championship Schedule May 12-18th

Check out the SEABA Championship 2017 schedule. Games will be held at Smart Araneta Coliseum on May 12th to 18th, 2017.

Friday, May 12
3pm Indonesia vs Singapore
5pm Malaysia vs Thailand
7pm Myanmar vs Philippines

Saturday, May 13
3pm Vietnam vs Thailand
5pm Indonesia vs Malaysia
7pm Philippines vs Singapore

Sunday, May 14
3pm Thailand vs Indonesia
5pm Myanmar vs Vietnam
7pm Malaysia vs Philippines

Monday, May 15
3pm Thailand Vs Myanmar
5pm Singapore Vs Malaysia
7pm Indonesia Vs Vietnam

Tuesday, May 16
3pm Myanmar vs Singapore
5pm Malaysia vs Vietnam
7pm Philippines vs Thailand

Wednesday, May 17
3pm Myanmar vs Indonesia
5pm Singapore vs Thailand
7pm Vietnam vs Philippines

Thursday, May 18
3pm Malaysia vs Myanmar
5pm Vietnam vs Singapore
7pm Philippines vs Indonesia

You can now buy tickets here: http://www.ticketnet.com.ph/index.php/component/k2/2017-seaba-championship

Sunday, April 16, 2017
Stephan Schröck's SpVgg Greuther Fürth contract terminated

Stephan Schröck's SpVgg Greuther Fürth contract terminated

German-Filipino Football Player Stephan Schröck's was terminated his contract with the German Football Club SpVgg Greuther Fürth.

Director of professional football Ramazan Yildirim said "We have conducted good and respectful discussions and developed this solution. Stephan has a special place here in Fürth, that was and is conscious of us " (translated from German)

However, Shrock who is currently playing with Ceres said "I am very grateful for the time I have had at the game and will take many great moments with me. I would like to wish the club and all fans a heartfelt success and will continue to keep the cloverleaf in the future as well, ".

Stephen Shrock momentarily a free agent now and welcome to accept a new offer from other football clubs.

Source: http://www.greuther-fuerth.de/aktuell/aktuelle-news/news-detail/article/vertrag-aufgeloest.html

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