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ONE Championship returns to Jakarta for ONE: TRIBE OF WARRIORS


06 February 2016 – Jakarta, Indonesia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced its return to Jakarta with ONE: TRIBE OF WARRIORS. Set to take place on 20 February at the Istora Senayan, the card features an international main event headlined by welterweights Luis “Sapo” Santos and Rafael “The Machine” Silva. In the local main event, Dutch mixed martial arts veteran Vincent “Magnivincent” Latoel takes on the hard-hitting Kotetsu “No Face” Boku of Japan, while in the Indonesia Warrior Bout, Mario Satya Wirawan of Bogor, Indonesia will square off against countryman Yohan Mulia Legowo.

CEO of ONE Championship, Victor Cui stated, “Jakarta will always be one of our favorite destinations because of its energy and passion for mixed martial arts. ONE: TRIBE OF WARRIORS is set to bring out the best in our local and international ONE Superstars, and we’re excited to give fans another evening of electrifying mixed martial arts action.”


Nietes may defend title vs Garcia

WORLD Boxing Organization light flyweight champion Donnie Nietes may defend his title against Raul Garcia, twin brother of Ramon Garcia Hirales from whom he won the title by a unanimous 12-round decision at the University of St. La Salle Coliseum in Bacolod City on Oct. 8, 2011.

ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer, who left for the United States over the weekend, told The Standard he had proposed that Nietes defend the title against Garcia on May 21 in the Philippines and postpone the mandatory title defense against Moises Fuentes for September, possibly at the StubHub Center in Carson City, California, where ALA Promotions teamed up with ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel for a very successful initial breakthrough into promotions in the US on Oct. 17 last year.


Manning cements place in history as Broncos win

SANTA CLARA—Peyton Manning cemented his place in the pantheon of quarterback greats as the Denver Broncos produced a magnificent defensive display to stun the Carolina Panthers with an upset 24-10 victory in Super Bowl 50 here Sunday.

Manning, 39, sealed the second Super Bowl title of his 18-year National Football League career on the back of a phenomenal display by the Denver defense, who racked up a record-equalling seven sacks at Levi’s Stadium.

“I’m just glad we didn’t have to play against our defense,” said a delighted Manning, the NFL’s all-time passing yards record holder.

Denver running back C.J Anderson crashed over for the decisive touchdown late in the fourth quarter as the Broncos defense harried Panthers superstar quarterback Cam Newton into a string of mistakes on a night of high drama.



SAMTANG nalingaw ang mga Americans sa labing sikat nga duwa sa paugnat sa kusog sa United States of America nalingaw usab sila sa pag-usap hangtod nga nikabat sa 1.3 bilyones ka mga Chicken Wings ang nahurot tukma sa pagtapos sa Super Bowl 50 sa National Football League or NFL (Championship Game) tali sa Bag-ong Kampeyon ang Denver Broncos (Denver, Colorado) vs Carolina Panthers (Charlotte, North Carolina) sa final score 24-10, niadtong Domingo sa Levi's Stadium sa Santa Clara, California State, USA.

Nasuta sa National Chicken Wings Council of America nga nisaka sa 3% or 37.5 million ang pagtaas sa demand sa Chicken Wings karon kay sa ni-aging tuig.

Nagsunod nga kinaham sa mga Amerikano ug Amerikana mao ang Pizza diin nikabat sa 4.4 million ang gi-order usab sa mga Football Fans sa maong adlaw diin maoy kinaham ang ginama gikan sa Domino's, Pizza Hut ug Papa John's Pizza.

Nihalin balig 14 billion ka mga Hamburgers sa samang adlaw, samtang nahurot sab ang 325 million gallons of Beer sa pagka halin.


Tabuena headlines ICTSI invitational golf

THE ICTSI Philippine Golf Tour kicks off its new season next week with the P3.5 million ICTSI Anvaya Cove Invitational with an elite cast, headed by Philippine Open champion and PGT Order of Merit winner Miguel Tabuena, clashing for top honors at the wind-raked Anvaya Cove Golf and Sports Club course in Morong, Bataan.

Tabuena has made himself available, along with fellow Asian Tour campaigners Angelo Que and Tony Lascuña, for the blue-ribbon event set Feb. 10-13, guaranteeing a spirited battle for the top P650,000 purse in the 72-hole championship sponsored by International Container Terminal Services Inc.

SMB’s Chris Ross (right) chases Alaska’s Chris Exciminiano in Game 6 of their teams’ PBA Philippine Cup Finals. The Beermen won, 100-89.

Game 7 pressure is on Beermen, says Compton

THOUGH he is going up against a tough competitor on the opposite side, Alaska coach Alex Compton still managed to give credit where credit is due.

After starting the best-of-seven finale of the 2015-16 Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup with a seemingly insurmountable 3-0 lead, the Aces suddenly found themselves on the ropes and now with only a single chance to win the championship after San Miguel dramatically racked up three straight wins to level the series a 3-3.

While fans praised Best Player of the Conference June Mar Fajardo’s return and the improved contributions from the other Beermen as main factors in this improbable San Miguel Beer run, Compton commended his coaching opposition Leo Austria for his part in the defending champion’s resurgence.


No boundaries for Novak

MELBOURNE—Another overpowering win kept him head and shoulders above his peers at the Australian Open, but Novak Djokovic said fears of a “big slap from karma” make him humble as he continues his quest for Grand Slam history.

The achievements keep coming for the supreme Serb after he smashed world number two Andy Murray 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7/3) in two hours, 53 minutes Sunday to lift his fourth trophy in five Grand Slams.

It moved the 28-year-old to 11 Grand Slam titles, joint fifth on the all-time list and, at his current rate, closing fast on Roger Federer’s all-time record of 17.


Mimosa getting ready for PAL Interclub

Mimosa Golf and Country Club in Clark, Angeles, has promised to put its best foot forward when it plays host to the men’s regular and senior events of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) Interclub golf tournament beginning Feb. 25.

Following the last-minute pullout of Fontana Korea Golf Club, Mimosa has made it 36-hole course available for the more than 1,000 players competing in two events spread over 10 days.

“We’re currently sprucing up the course in time for the competition,” said Mimosa course consultant Jelly Palmes. “We’re expecting the greens to be faster than what they are now.”





29 January 2015 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), electrified the iconic Stadium Negara with another evening of world-class mixed martial arts action. Fight fans in Malaysia were on the edge of their seats as the best in local and international mixed martial arts talent battled it out inside the ONE Cage. In the Malaysia Warrior Bout main event, Malaysia’s own Ev “E.T.” Ting defeated the Philippines’ Eric “The Natural” Kelly by submission and took the time to call out reigning champion Marat Gafurov in the post-fight interview.

In the Malaysia Warrior Bout main event, an exhausted Ev Ting pulled out a gutsy victory over Eric “The Natural” Kelly of the Philippines, winning by submission in round three. Ting dominated the striking exchanges throughout the bout, blasting Kelly with various combinations. Kelly spent most of his time defending against Ting’s aggression, biding his time and pacing himself for a distance finish. In the third, Ting latched on a standing Guillotine that transitioned into a mounted Guillotine, leaving Kelly no choice but to tap out.


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