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This one will be on Sky Box Office – channel 491 for standard definition and 492 for high definition.
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Bernard Hopkins doesn’t think much of this Saturday’s fight between Gennady Golovkin and Vanes Martirosyan and is letting everyone know about it.HBOLiveTv
Hopkins’ interested are admittedly aligned with Golden Boy Promotions, who represents Canelo Alvarez, so it’s not completely surprising that he would take this stance, but here’s what he had to say about the fight and teasing that you can purchase tickets with a welfare card…
Hopkins on Golovkin taking a risk against Martirosyan:
“Take a big risk? Fighting who?! [turns back to camera]. Are you serious? Huh?! This ain’t politics of Trump being president…This is no situation like that! You’re saying that there’s a chance that GGG can lose Saturday?! Honestly?…
“Listen, I’ll tell you what. What’s the over and under in this fight?…[Golovkin is a] 33:1 favorite! [Blank stare].
On a possible rematch between Canelo and Golovkin this fall:.HBOLiveTv
“It’s a thing now that proves to the naysayers because of the last results of the [hair sample] test. Now hopefully we can move on and GGG can, I guess, tie my [middleweight title defense] record and lose in September to not break it. See this is to me a perfect agenda, myself, personally, because I didn’t script it this way…things happen for a reason.
“At the end of the day, one thing about boxing, negative becomes marketable…people is gonna show up, they gonna buy it, and they gonna root for their guy.”
On there being no plan to have Canelo face ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan this September instead: .HBOLiveTv
“I don’t know. Possibly. You can’t force it. You can’t force GGG to fight. Listen, GGG went on and said some things that, you know, he’s not even looking forward [to fighting Canelo again] — I’ve heard mixed messages from both sides. Listen, we know who the cash cow is. We know who the guy to bring the numbers in. GGG need a dance partner, they giving tickets away! You know they cut, slash the prices down. I think you can get a ticket with a EBT card. No disrespect to welfare, I grew up on it.
“I’ve never seen in a boxing event where you literally…you can have your card and get a boxing ticket to a supposedly — right — worldwide, top of the level boxing match! I want the people out there to feed their kids first…this is absurd. This is really an abuse of the system.”
Combate Americas today announced its return to Tijuana, Mexico with a live Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event featuring matchups between a collection of the most ferocious, rising stars from Mexico and a lineup of electrifying combatants from the U.S., Spain, Brazil, and Chile, at Auditorio Municipal Tijuana.
Priced from 330.00$ MXN, tickets for “Combate Americas: Mexico vs. El Mundo” are on sale at watchonlinetv24.comIn the featherweight (145 pounds) main event, knockout artist Andres “The Bullet” Quintana (13-2) of Albuquerque, N.M., U.S. will collide with relentless striker Marco Antonio “La Roca” Elpidio (7-2-1) of Mexico City, Mexico.
A lightweight (155 pounds) co-main event will pit hard-hitting Rodrigo “Kazula” Vargas (9-2) of Mexico City against battle-tested veteran and proven finisher Mike “El Cucuy” De La Torre (14-8, 1 NC) of San Diego, Calif., U.S.
In other action announced today for the “Combate Americas: Mexico vs. El Mundo” event, power punching Christian “El Taylon” Quiñonez (10-2) of Tijuana will face off with undefeated trailblazer, and fellow Combate Americas newcomer Vinicius “Lok Dog” De Oliveira Prestes De Matos (9-0) of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil in a bantamweight (135 pounds) contest.
Another bantamweight matchup will see newly signed, undefeated rising star Eduardo “Cyborg” Torres (9-0) of Santiago, Chile, battle submission ace Kevin “Badass” Amador (9-8) of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Twelve-time national judo champion Vanesa “Chiquitina” Rico (3-3) of Alicante, Spain, will make her return to La Jaula, the Combate Americas cage, against Yajaira “Shoko” Romo (3-3) of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico in an atomweight (105 pounds) fight.
Alex “Bam” Velasco (7-1) of Ensenada will square off with fellow striking sensation Daniel “D-Rod” Rodriguez (5-1) of Los Angeles at lightweight.
Jair “El Lupe” Perez (0-0), the younger, 20-year-old brother of world-ranked Combate Americas superstar Erik “Goyito” Perez, will make his professional debut against Jesus Blanco (0-1 of Tijuana at lightweight.
In a flyweight (125 pounds) scrap, unbeaten, fast-rising star Edgar “Pitbull” Chairez (3-0) of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, will meet Beche Cantu (7-3) of Monterrey.Additional bouts for “Combate Americas” Mexico vs. El Mundo” will be announced soon.
Doors at Auditorio Municipal Tijuana will open at 6 p.m. local time, and the first preliminary bout will start at 7 p.m.
The event takes place one week after the “Combate Americas: Mexico vs. USA” event, which will be highlighted by a collection of fighters representing Mexico against opponents from the U.S.