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Manila, Philippines: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE) has announced the complete fight card for ONE: SPIRIT OF CHAMPIONS which takes place at the Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena in the Philippines on 11 December. The card is headlined by a spectacular showdown between Brandon Vera and Chi Lewis Parry for the inaugural ONE Heavyweight World Championship.

In addition to the main event, five exciting new bouts featuring local and international MMA athletes have also been announced. These bouts will include the Lee siblings from Singapore, Angela Lee, with her younger brother, Christian Lee making his professional MMA debut. Angela will face Lena Tkhorevska from Poland while Christian meets Australia's David Meak. Filipino fighters Geje Eustaquio and Eugene Toquero are also on the card and will face Yang Jian Bing and Wu Ze respectively. Bruno Pucci returns to the ONE cage to battle Indonesia-based Dutch fighter, Anthony Engelen.


Running coach and student athlete win the last qualifying leg of the NMM

Arnold Unabia and Christine Hallasgo proved their mettle as they clinched the top spots of the 21K centrepiece events in the 39th National MILO Marathon Cagayan De Oro leg. Around 11,900 runners conquered the exciting challenge of a new race route on the streets of the city dubbed as the Gateway to Mindanao. The Cagayan de Oro leg is the last qualifying race this season, with the National Finals slated to be held on December 6 in Angeles Pampanga.

Unabia and Hallasgo each took home the top prize of P10,000 in cash and a trophy; and earned their slots to the National MILO Marathon Finals where they will meet the nation’s elite runners in a heated race to claim the MILO Marathon King and Queen titles. To provide another level of prestige to the competition and incentive for the runners, this year’s King and Queen will be sent by MILO to the USA on all-expense paid trips, for a chance to run in the prestigious 2016 Boston Marathon.


Porzingis leads Knicks past Rockets for 4th straight win

Carmelo Anthony and Derek Fisher insist they knew months ago that Kristaps Porzingis was capable of this type of performance.

Porzingis had 24 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead the New York Knicks to a 107-102 victory over the slumping Houston Rockets on Saturday night.

Anthony long ago brushed off the uproar that followed the Knicks using the No. 4 pick on a player who was perceived to be a long-term project.

"It was concern from people who didn't know," Anthony said. "People didn't know what to expect. Nobody had ever seen him before and people were all so upset that the Knicks drafted him."


Miles scores 21, leads Pacers to 123-86 win over Bucks

C.J. Miles made sure Indiana put things away early in the second half.

Miles scored 13 of his season-high 21 points in the third quarter to lead the Pacers to a 123-86 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.

"We jumped on them to start the second half, which is what we needed to do," Miles said. "We led at the half, but there were a lot of things we could have done better in the first half. In the second half, we did those things better."

Paul George had 20 points and seven rebounds, and Jordan Hill added a season-high 20 points off the bench for the Pacers (8-5), who have won five of six.


Wizards contain Drummond, hold on to beat Pistons 97-95

The Washington Wizards had some ugly lines in the box score Saturday night.

Marcin Gortat was a minus-22 in 26 minutes, and Bradley Beal and John Wall were both minus-20 in a little more playing time. Kris Humphries played 17 scoreless minutes.

Those numbers would normally reflect a lopsided loss, but the Wizards put them up in a 97-95 victory over the Pistons. Washington's reserves outscored Detroit 51-15, helping them put up big runs in both halves.

"I thought our bench saved the day twice," Washington coach Randy Wittman said. "In an 82-game season, that's what it takes. Our bench won't always play like that, and the starters will save the day, but tonight, it was the bench."



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Maple Grove, Minnesota - GIPAKAINGON ko ba kon dayon na to ang mga atake nga gibuhi-ang kombinasyon ni Puerto Rican Miguel "Junito" Cotto ngadto kang Mexican Saul "Canelo" Alvarez sa first round, apan nahisama sa pabuto sa Opon, Cebu ang nahitabo pag 2nd round, sanglit nikagar ang opensa ug pugdol kaayo ang iyang mga tirada.

Hinuon ang boxer nga gi-train ni Freddie Roach nga si Cotto maayo sa iyang footworks, gani maayong mowahing sa lawas apan nakakat-on usab sa pagdepensa ang boxer nga gidumala ni trainer Edison Reynoso nga si Alvarez. Kining duha ka mga boksidor pulos nakontra ug pulos gipangpildi ni retired boxer ug kanhi Pound-for-pound King Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr.

Apan ang maong experienced vs Mayweather maoy nagamit ni Alvarez nga dili magpaalkanse sa sinumbagay gani maoy tuyo nga makapuntos kada hugna sama kang Floyd Jr.


Love, James lead Cavaliers past Hawks, 109-97

The rematch of the Eastern Conference finals looked very familiar.

It was all Cleveland.

Kevin Love scored a season-high 25 points, LeBron James added 19 and the Cavaliers beat the Atlanta Hawks 109-97 on Saturday night.

The teams met for the first time since the Cavaliers swept the Hawks in the playoffs, and it didn't take long for Cleveland to continue its dominance.

Love and James are Cleveland's only healthy starters but the Cavaliers are 10-3 with depth they didn't have last season.



21 November 2015 – Beijing, China: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), in partnership with Wujie, packed the Gymnasium of National Olympic Sports Centre in Beijing to the rafters with another evening of world-class mixed martial arts action. ONE WUJIE: DYNASTY OF CHAMPIONS (BEIJING II) rocked the arena with a series of exciting fights, including a spectacular main event. In an intense battle of two champions, Marat “Cobra” Gafurov successfully unified the ONE Featherweight World Championship with a technical submission victory over Narantungalag Jadambaa.

In the main event of the evening, Marat “Cobra” Gafurov of Russia overcame a spirited effort from now former champion Narantungalag Jadambaa of Mongolia to win by technical submission in an exhausting title bout. Jadambaa proved to the world that his striking is an absolute force to be reckoned with, battering Gafurov with well-timed kicks and pinpoint punching. Gafurov however, dominated from top position with various submission attempts and ground-and-pound. In the end, Gafurov secured a breathtaking rear naked choke to put Jadambaa to sleep, coercing referee Olivier Coste to call a halt to the contest.


Floyd Mayweather Gets 50 Cent to Taunt Ronda Rousey After Holly Holm Loss

Floyd Mayweather has taken a pot shot at Ronda Rousey in the wake of her devastating loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193, although it came via the Instagram account of his close friend, rapper 50 Cent.

The post, which has edited Rousey onto a famous image of fictional character Rocky Balboa tending to a dying Apollo Creed, can be seen below.

Rousey and Mayweather have been involved in a bitter war of words since 2014, triggered by the latter responding “I don’t even know who he is” when asked about the UFC star, per Liam FitzGibbon of FOX Sports.


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