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1:16 PM 9/20/2018

Breaking News!!! 

As part of our Launching Campaign for our IceNez Cooling Towel we are Partnering with some of the Biggest Sport Organizations across the Nation. One of our New Partners is the USTA & we are announcing our agreement.

IceNez has signed an agreement to Sponsor the USTA South West.

IceNez will Sponsor their tournaments & leagues Starting September 28th , 2018 .

We are working hard to finalize other agreements and we will continue to show our support.

USTA South West will introduce our    Cooling Towel.

More info of our IceNez Towel below:

IceNez Cooling Towel – NEW ARRIVAL AND LAUNCHING

IceNez “The First Real Cooling Towel” Feel the Real Freeze – Exclusive!!! Patent & Copyrights Made For All Sports

 

GREAT NEWS !! We are glad to announce the launching of the new IceNez Cooling Towels.

 

                     Same concept as being used by PRO athletes around the world in different disciplines, to abate the effects of the high temperatures and heat during their matches.

From Tennis pro players in the heat of the Australian Open to pro cycling during the Tour of France, all kind of athletes (Pros and amateurs) could now enjoy the same unique relief that the IceNez Cooling Towel provides, thanks to the exclusive Patent and Copyright by Smart Concept USA.

The towel (composed of special cooling material) combined with the cooling effects of the ice cubes inside each of its compartments and its intelligent exclusive design, cools down the body temperature and gives the athletes the relief they need when they need it the most: during their match times.

The new IceNez Cooling Towel is based in those same concepts, and is coming with reusable ice cube packs included for an easy and immediate use and reuse. The new IceNez Cooling Towel is also designed to be used with normal ice cubes, if wanted to.

The therapeutic effects and benefits of the IceNez Cooling Towel will enhance your performance in all kind of outdoor/ indoor sports and activities.

NOW available in 3 different colors (White/ Blue and Red) assorted in each export box of 12 towels, is the time of joining the new trend in sports ! Feel the Real Freeze !!!

IceNez Cooling Towel, patented and distributed by Smart Concept USA

For ORDERS of the IceNez Cooling Towel visit SMART CONCEPT USA here:   Click Here

The One and Only Real Ice Cooling Towel that actually works !!!

“Perfect companion for high temperature outdoor activities. Gives you Instant cooling relief for Faster Recovery & Higher Performance.”

IceNez towels are made of a special and patented fabric that always feels naturally fresh in contact with your body. This special fabric is able to maintain and enhace tempertures applied by different ways. Combined with the inner reusable ice cube packs that makes the IceNez towel the perfect cooling towel that really works !!!

Want to Enhance the Cooling Effect ? Place an additional set of Ice Cube Packs inside each pocket facing opposite to maximize body recovery.

Warnings For longer life reusable ice cube packs need to be treated with care to avoid rupturing or damage. They are designed to be used and reused multiple times. (Regular Ice Cubes can be used as another option) Reusable Ice Cube pack included with the IceNez Towel are NOT meant for Human consumption. NOT to be used with food or drink.

* Do you need additonal reusable ice cube packs for your IceNez towel ? Contact Smart Concept Usa Customer Service Email: support@smartconceptusa.com

By: Smart Concept USA

#CoolingTowel #IceNez #IceNezCoolingTowel #NBA #NFL #PGA #ATP #USTA #WTA  #WWE  #Lacrosse #Soccer #Football #MondayMotivation  #Repost #SmartConceptUSA #Active #GymLife #Running #Jogging #Track #TrackandField #Boxing #MMA #Karate #Olympics #Gymnastics #Volleyball #Hiking #AmericanFootball #Rugby #Track&Field #ProfessionalWrestling #Supreme #WeightLifting #Triathlon 

 

 

 

U.S. Open 2018: Results, live scores from tennis’ fourth Grand Slam

September 10, 2018 8:26am EDT

Tennis, US Open Scores and results from the 2018 U.S. Open.Tennis’ U.S. Open(Getty Images)

Sporting News

Published on Sep. 9, 2018 | Updated on Sep. 10, 2018

The 2018 U.S. Open, the tennis season’s fourth and final Grand Slam, begins Monday, Aug. 27, at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York’s Flushing Meadows and will conclude with the women’s singles championship Saturday, Sept. 8, and the men’s singles final Sunday, Sept. 9.

In the women’s draw, No. 20 Naomi Osaka defeated pre-tournament favorite and No. 17 seed Serena Williams, but the match was not without controversy.

In the men’s draw, No. 6 Novak Djokovic defeated No. 3 seed Juan Martin Del Potro for his 14th Grand Slam title.

2018 U.S. Open results, live scores

Below are live scores and results from the 2018 U.S. Open.

Women’s U.S. Open final:
Serena Williams vs. Naomi Osaka

US Open

Final

Sep 8

Serena Williams (17)

USA

2

4

Naomi Osaka (20)

JPN

6

6

Men’s U.S. Open final:
Novak Djokovic vs.  
Juan Martin del Potro

US Open

Final

Sep 9

Juan Martin del Potro (3)

ARG

3

6 (4)

3

Novak Djokovic (6)

SRB

6

7 (7)

6

Credit : Sporting News

 

 

1:20 PM 9/7/2018

IceNez Cooling Towel – NEW ARRIVAL AND LAUNCHING

IceNez “The First Real Cooling Towel” Feel the Real Freeze – Exclusive!!! Patent & Copyrights Made For All Sports

 

GREAT NEWS !! We are glad to announce the launching of the new IceNez Cooling Towels.

 

                     Same concept as being used by PRO athletes around the world in different disciplines, to abate the effects of the high temperatures and heat during their matches.

From Tennis pro players in the heat of the Australian Open to pro cycling during the Tour of France, all kind of athletes (Pros and amateurs) could now enjoy the same unique relief that the IceNez Cooling Towel provides, thanks to the exclusive Patent and Copyright by Smart Concept USA.

The towel (composed of special cooling material) combined with the cooling effects of the ice cubes inside each of its compartments and its intelligent exclusive design, cools down the body temperature and gives the athletes the relief they need when they need it the most: during their match times.

The new IceNez Cooling Towel is based in those same concepts, and is coming with reusable ice cube packs included for an easy and immediate use and reuse. The new IceNez Cooling Towel is also designed to be used with normal ice cubes, if wanted to.

The therapeutic effects and benefits of the IceNez Cooling Towel will enhance your performance in all kind of outdoor/ indoor sports and activities.

NOW available in 3 different colors (White/ Blue and Red) assorted in each export box of 12 towels, is the time of joining the new trend in sports ! Feel the Real Freeze !!!

IceNez Cooling Towel, patented and distributed by Smart Concept USA

For ORDERS of the IceNez Cooling Towel visit SMART CONCEPT USA here:   Click Here

The One and Only Real Ice Cooling Towel that actually works !!!

“Perfect companion for high temperature outdoor activities. Gives you Instant cooling relief for Faster Recovery & Higher Performance.”

IceNez towels are made of a special and patented fabric that always feels naturally fresh in contact with your body. This special fabric is able to maintain and enhace tempertures applied by different ways. Combined with the inner reusable ice cube packs that makes the IceNez towel the perfect cooling towel that really works !!!

Want to Enhance the Cooling Effect ? Place an additional set of Ice Cube Packs inside each pocket facing opposite to maximize body recovery.

Warnings For longer life reusable ice cube packs need to be treated with care to avoid rupturing or damage. They are designed to be used and reused multiple times. (Regular Ice Cubes can be used as another option) Reusable Ice Cube pack included with the IceNez Towel are NOT meant for Human consumption. NOT to be used with food or drink.

* Do you need additonal reusable ice cube packs for your IceNez towel ? Contact Smart Concept Usa Customer Service Email: support@smartconceptusa.com

By: Smart Concept USA

#CoolingTowel #IceNez #IceNezCoolingTowel #NBA #NFL #PGA #ATP #USTA #WTA #SummerSlam #WWE #SummerSlam2018 #Lacrosse #Soccer #Football #MondayMotivation #FirstDayofSchool #Repost #SmartConceptUSA #Active #GymLife #Running #Jogging #Track #TrackandField #Boxing #MMA #Karate #Olympics #Gymnastics #Volleyball #Hiking #AmericanFootball #Rugby #Track&Field #ProfessionalWrestling #Supreme #WeightLifting #Triathlon #Sharknado6 #VMAs #Power 

 

 

10:18 AM 9/7/2018

Heat causing extreme sweaty situation for US Open players

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in “GMA” Pop News.
4:21 | 09/06/18

Credit: ABCNEWS | GMA

#novakdjokovic #rogerfederer  #tennis  #USOpen #NovakDjokovic #RogerFederer #USOpen2018 #USOpen2018NY #Heat #ExtremeHeat 

 

10:56 AM 8/30/2018

U.S. Open Introduces its Own Extreme Heat Policy for Men

By Chris Oddo |Tuesday August 28, 2018

The heat is on in New York.

Thankfully, so is the extreme heat policy.

More U.S. Open: Tecnifibre Live Blog | Kvitova Grooving in NYC | Vandeweghe Ready to Trash 2018

The U.S. Open made a shift in its policy on Tuesday to provide relief to suffering men’s players, extending the tournament’s extreme heat policy to the men, who may now elect to take a ten-minute break after a third set when the rules are in effect.

“Upon the recommendation of the US Open medical team, the Extreme Heat Policy will be implemented immediately for Men’s matches,” the tournament said in a statement. “The men will be offered a 10-minute break between the third and fourth set. The Tournament Referee, along with the medical team, will continue to monitor on-site conditions, to determine when the Extreme Heat Policy will no longer be in effect.”

The news was welcomed by Novak Djokovic, who took a heat break after the third set of his four-set win over Marton Fucsovics on Day 2. The Serb came back refreshed after an ice bath and didn’t drop another game.

After the match he shared a funny story with Darren Cahill in an on-court interview.

“Naked in the ice baths, it was quite a wonderful feeling, battling with a guy for 2.5 hours and then you get into the locker room and you haven’t finished the match and you’re naked in the ice bath,” Djokovic said with a big grin on his face.

According to the rules, players are not allowed to consult with coaches or their own medical staff during the break.

“Obviously the ATP has a rather broad, if you will, heat policy that relies a lot on discretion,” said USTA Managing Director Chris Widmaier in a press conference. “The WTA’s heat policy is more exact and more of a codified policy, if you will. Traditionally we have followed those policies. So the heat rule, the extreme heat rule kicks in for the women under the WTA guidelines, but this is the first time in US Open history that we have done an extreme heat policy for men.”

Widmaier says that the tournament’s policy does not rely on wet bulb temperature, nor it locked into any particular temperature. It’s a policy that is dependent upon constant communication and ever changing playing conditions in New York.

“We typically take our readings, you know, environmental readings, weather readings at 10:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 4:00 p.m,” said Widmaier. “What we are doing now is every hour. That process will continue for the foreseeable future.”

Djokovic says that he likes the new rule, and he appreciates the decision of the USTA to protect the players.

“I thought the 10-minute break was great,” Djokovic said. “I thought it was, as I said, a much-needed break for both of us after playing two-and-a-half hours, struggling. To be able to go back in the locker room and change clothes, take shower, grab something to eat, whatever, and just refresh, be in the shade, be in a cooler room, and then go out, it’s quite different. You feel refreshed.”

Temperatures are expected to remain high–in the mid to high 90’s with high humidity, through Thursday in New York.

Credit to- Chris Oddo | Tennis Now

#novakdjokovic #rogerfederer  #tennis  #USOpen #NovakDjokovic #RogerFederer #USOpen2018 #USOpen2018NY

10:29 AM 8/29/2018

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic advance at brutally hot U.S. Open

Associated Press Aug 28, 2018, 9:44 PM EDT

 

NEW YORK (AP) — His cheeks red, hair matted with sweat, Novak Djokovic appeared to be in such distress as he trudged to a changeover on a steamy U.S. Open afternoon that someone suggested it would be a good idea to have a trash can at the ready, just in case he lost his lunch.

Djokovic sat down and removed his shirt. He guzzled water from a plastic bottle. He placed one cold towel around his neck, a second across his lap and a third between his bare upper back and the seat.

He was not even 1½ hours into his first match at Flushing Meadows in two years, and while Djokovic eventually would get past Marton Fucsovics 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 Tuesday, it was a bit of an ordeal.

“Survival mode,” Djokovic called it.

With the temperature topping 95 degrees (33 Celsius) and the humidity approaching 50 percent — and that combination making it feel more like 105 (40 C) — nearly everything became a struggle for every player across the grounds on Day 2 of the U.S. Open, so much so that no fewer than six quit their matches, with at least four citing cramps or heat exhaustion.

Roger Federer, comparatively spared with a night match, improved to 18-0 in U.S. Open first-round matches and took one step toward a potential quarterfinal showdown against Djokovic.

Dressed from head to toe in a plum-colored outfit, the 20-time major champion delivered 14 aces and never was in any trouble during a 6-2, 6-2, 6-4 victory over 117th-ranked Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Federer saved the first eight break points he faced before finally faltering by pushing a forehand long on the ninth, losing serve for the only time while trying to close out the match at 5-2 in the third set. By then, the match was 1 hour, 45 minutes old — and it would last another seven minutes.

The No. 2-seeded Federer is seeking his sixth title at the U.S. Open, but first in a decade.

He would face 13-time major champion Djokovic if each wins three more matches.

About 2 hours into the day’s schedule, the U.S. Tennis Association decided to do something it never had at this tournament: offer men the chance to take a 10-minute break before the fourth set if a match went that far. That is similar to the existing rule for women, which allows for 10 minutes of rest before a third set when there is excessive heat.

U.S. OPEN: Scores | Men’s Draw | Women’s Draw

The whole thing raised several questions: Should the genders have the same rules moving forward? Should the U.S. Open avoid having matches during the hottest part of the day, not just for the players’ sake but also to help spectators? Should the men play best-of-three-set matches at majors, instead of best-of-five? Should the 25-second serve clock, making its Grand Slam debut here, be shut off to let players have more time to recover between points?

“At the end of the day, the ATP or a lot of the supervisors, they’re kind of sitting in their offices, where (there’s) an A.C. system on, where it’s cool. And we have to be out there. They tell us it’s fine; they’re not the ones playing,” said No. 4 seed Alexander Zverev, who won in straight sets in the early evening, when it was far less harsh. “For sure, the rule should be more strict. There should be a certain temperature, certain conditions where we shouldn’t be playing.”

How bad was it out there at its worst Tuesday?

“Bloody hot,” said two-time major semifinalist Johanna Konta, who lost 6-2, 6-2 to No. 6 Caroline Garcia.

“Brutal,” said 2014 U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic, who advanced when his opponent retired in the third set.

“Really not easy,” said three-time Grand Slam title winner Angelique Kerber, who defeated Margarita Gasparyan 7-6 (5), 6-3.

“Terrible. It’s awful out there,” said Tennys Sandgren, an American who won in straight sets and will face Djokovic in the second round. “I don’t know how guys are hanging in there. I was thinking in the third set, like, ‘It’s getting really bad. I just don’t know how long I have to play out there.’ And I think everybody kind of feels similarly.”

Djokovic certainly did.

“Everything is boiling — in your body, the brain, everything,” said Djokovic, who’s won two of his 13 Grand Slam titles in New York but sat out last year’s U.S. Open because of an injured right elbow.

He is a popular pick to hoist the trophy again, coming off a Wimbledon title in July and a victory over Federer in the final of the hard-court Cincinnati Masters in August.

Djokovic was appreciative of the chance for a chance to recover a bit after the third set. He even took about a minute for a quick ice bath — as did Fucsovics, nearby.

“Naked in the ice baths, next to each other,” Djokovic said. “It was quite a magnificent feeling, I must say.”

Because action began at 11 a.m., and the USTA implemented the heat rule for men at about 1 p.m., those playing in the earliest matches weren’t able to get that sort of relief.

That included Italy’s Stefano Travaglia, who quit in the fourth set of his match after feeling dizzy and cramps. Afterward, he said, he could barely walk.

“My head was spinning. … I didn’t have any energy. I saw four balls when I swung. It was a terrible feeling. I couldn’t stay on court,” he said. “There was no sense in continuing. Things probably would have gotten worse. I probably would have hurt myself.”

Travaglia also thought it wasn’t fair that the USTA’s decision to offer the 10-minute breaks came too late for him.

“We all should play with the same rules in this sport. Unfortunately, they don’t ask (players) anything, and they decide,” he said. “If they’re going to have a break, they need to say so in the morning, before matches begin — not after I almost was going to pass out because my blood pressure was so low.”

Tags: novak djokovicroger federertennisU.S. OpenNovak DjokovicRoger Federer

#novakdjokovic #rogerfederer  #tennis  #USOpen #NovakDjokovic #RogerFederer

Credit: NBC Sports

12:44 PM 8/20/2018

IceNez Cooling Towel – NEW ARRIVAL AND LAUNCHING

IceNez “The First Real Cooling Towel” Feel the Real Freeze – Exclusive!!! Patent & Copyrights Made For All Sports

 

GREAT NEWS !! We are glad to announce the launching of the new IceNez Cooling Towels.

 

                     Same concept as being used by PRO athletes around the world in different disciplines, to abate the effects of the high temperatures and heat during their matches.

From Tennis pro players in the heat of the Australian Open to pro cycling during the Tour of France, all kind of athletes (Pros and amateurs) could now enjoy the same unique relief that the IceNez Cooling Towel provides, thanks to the exclusive Patent and Copyright by Smart Concept USA.

The towel (composed of special cooling material) combined with the cooling effects of the ice cubes inside each of its compartments and its intelligent exclusive design, cools down the body temperature and gives the athletes the relief they need when they need it the most: during their match times.

The new IceNez Cooling Towel is based in those same concepts, and is coming with reusable ice cube packs included for an easy and immediate use and reuse. The new IceNez Cooling Towel is also designed to be used with normal ice cubes, if wanted to.

The therapeutic effects and benefits of the IceNez Cooling Towel will enhance your performance in all kind of outdoor/ indoor sports and activities.

NOW available in 3 different colors (White/ Blue and Red) assorted in each export box of 12 towels, is the time of joining the new trend in sports ! Feel the Real Freeze !!!

IceNez Cooling Towel, patented and distributed by Smart Concept USA

For ORDERS of the IceNez Cooling Towel visit SMART CONCEPT USA here:   Click Here

The One and Only Real Ice Cooling Towel that actually works !!!

“Perfect companion for high temperature outdoor activities. Gives you Instant cooling relief for Faster Recovery & Higher Performance.”

IceNez towels are made of a special and patented fabric that always feels naturally fresh in contact with your body. This special fabric is able to maintain and enhace tempertures applied by different ways. Combined with the inner reusable ice cube packs that makes the IceNez towel the perfect cooling towel that really works !!!

Want to Enhance the Cooling Effect ? Place an additional set of Ice Cube Packs inside each pocket facing opposite to maximize body recovery.

Warnings For longer life reusable ice cube packs need to be treated with care to avoid rupturing or damage. They are designed to be used and reused multiple times. (Regular Ice Cubes can be used as another option) Reusable Ice Cube pack included with the IceNez Towel are NOT meant for Human consumption. NOT to be used with food or drink.

* Do you need additonal reusable ice cube packs for your IceNez towel ? Contact Smart Concept Usa Customer Service Email: support@smartconceptusa.com

By: Smart Concept USA

#CoolingTowel #IceNez #IceNezCoolingTowel #NBA #NFL #PGA #ATP #USTA #WTA #SummerSlam #WWE #SummerSlam2018 #Lacrosse #Soccer #Football #MondayMotivation #FirstDayofSchool #Repost #SmartConceptUSA #Active #GymLife #Running #Jogging #Track #TrackandField #Boxing #MMA #Karate #Olympics #Gymnastics #Volleyball #Hiking #AmericanFootball #Rugby #Track&Field #ProfessionalWrestling #Supreme #WeightLifting #Triathlon #Sharknado6 #VMAs #Power 

 

12:00 PM 8/20/2018

WWE SummerSlam 2018 Results

Credit: WWE.com

The Beast defended his Universal Championship against The Big Dog, The Samoan Submission Machine challenged a phenomenal WWE champion for the top prize in the industry and Ronda Rousey sought her first Raw Women’s Championship as she challenged Alexa Bliss Sunday night as part of a star-studded 2018 SummerSlam pay-per-view.

Championships were not the only thing up for grabs Sunday.

Pride, bragging rights and even the Money in the Bank briefcase were on the line as the top male and female competitors in sports entertainment battled under the bright lights of Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Relive all of the action of the August 19 extravaganza with this recap, including match grades and analysis.

Mixed Tag Team Match: Rusev and Lana vs. Andrade “Cien” Almas and Zelina Vega


Credit: WWE.com

For weeks, Andrade “Cien” Almas and Zelina Vega have been thorns in the sides of Rusev and Lana. The rivalry between the on-screen pairings kicked off Sunday’s festivities as Lana and Rusev battled Almas and Vega in a mixed tag team match.

Almas’ athleticism allowed him to take control of the bout, working the left arm of his more powerful opponent with an armbar.

As Rusev attempted a tag, Vega pulled Lana off the apron, ensuring the founder of Rusev Day remained in a difficult situation.

Lana finally received the hot tag and took Vega down with a big headbutt and double knees to the back of her opponent’s neck.

The Ravishing Russian delivered a big kick from out of nowhere and was rolling when Almas jumped on the apron. Rusev pulled him out of the way, and the match continued. One more bit of interference from Almas allowed Vega to score a roll-up and use the ropes for added leverage and the win.

Result

Almas and Vega defeated Lana and Rusev

Cruiserweight Championship Match: Cedric Alexander vs. Drew Gulak


Credit: WWE.com

Drew Gulak has been one of the underappreciated and underrated members of the 205 Live roster since the cruiserweights returned to WWE. The Philadelphia native, clad in a red, white and blue robe that would appear right at home in a Rocky film, challenged cruiserweight champion Cedric Alexander in singles competition Sunday.

Alexander tried to increase the pace with a headscissors, but Gulak countered and went for his Gu-Lock submission. The champion escaped and delivered a dropkick. Gulak immediately targeted the head and neck of his opponent, though, delivering a knee to the back of the neck on the arena floor that left the champion writhing in pain.

Alexander fought back but found himself hung up on the top rope. Gulak applied his Gu-Lock with the champion trapped in the ropes. He went back to the hold moments later, but the champion continued to resist the hold.

The action picked up tremendously late in the match, with reversals and pinfall attempts that ultimately saw Alexander stack his challenger up and score the successful title defense.

Result

Alexander defeated Gulak

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Revival vs. The B-Team


Credit: WWE.com

The Revival was once considered the best tag team in professional wrestling. The B-Team scored an improbable upset over Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt at Extreme Rules to win the Raw Tag Team Championships. Sunday night, Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder looked to regain their reputations—and win their first main roster titles—by defeating Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas.

Dawson and Wilder worked as heels, taking the fight to Dallas while Axel recovered at ringside following an assault by the challengers.

A top-rope neckbreaker by Dallas allowed him to create some separation and finally tag Axel into the bout. The third-generation star unloaded on his opponents, delivering a neck snap reminiscent of the one his father, the late Mr. Perfect, did for so many years.

The finish saw Dawson roll up Axel. Wilder hung up Dallas on the rope, and the former inspirational Superstar fell onto his partner, thus reversing the roll-up. Three seconds later, the B-Team retained their tag titles.

Result

The B-Team defeated The Revival

Intercontinental Championship Match: Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler


Credit: WWE.com

Dean Ambrose accompanied Seth Rollins to the squared circle for his Intercontinental Championship match with Dolph Ziggler, The Lunatic Fringe tasked with offsetting the presence of the “Scottish Psychopath” Drew McIntyre at ringside.

Ziggler and Rollins sparred early, but a brief tease of interference from McIntyre led to a face-to-face with Ambrose at ringside.

Champion Ziggler targeted the knee of Rollins, looking to exploit the serious injury that kept The Architect out of action for nearly a year in 2015-16. Shifting his focus over time from the knee to the head and neck, Ziggler wore down Rollins with a headlock, looking to rid the challenger of his energy.

A high crossbody block from Ziggler was countered, as Rollins rolled through and delivered a suplex that sent both men over the top rope and crashing to the arena floor.

Rollins recovered and built some momentum for himself, delivering a big blockbuster for a count of two. Ziggler answered by setting up his opponent for a superplex attempt, but Rollins fought out. Before he could answer, Ziggler rolled out of the ring.

Rollins negated that with a suicide dive and a flying clothesline back in the ring. Ziggler countered the electric chair with a sleeper, but Rollins arm-dragged his way out. On the ring apron, the champion sent Rollins back-first into the ring post and then followed with a spike DDT.

Rollins, back in control, delivered a superkick and tried for a frog splash. Ziggler got his knees up and stacked up Rollins for a two-count. Rollins recovered with an inverted suplex off the top rope and followed it with another for an amazing false finish that popped the crowd.

As the challenger built momentum, McIntyre sent Ambrose into the stairs and Ziggler sent Rollins into the ring post. He delivered the Zig Zag and scored a two-count as blood poured from an open wound on the challenger’s forehead.

At ringside, Ambrose recovered and delivered Dirty Deeds to McIntyre while Rollins obliterated Ziggler with the stomp for the win and title.

Result

Rollins defeated Ziggler to win the title

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day vs. The Bludgeon Brothers


Credit: WWE.com

The New Day defeated Sanity and The Bar to earn a shot at the SmackDown Tag Team Championships Sunday night. Their reward? A date with the heretofore unstoppable Bludgeon Brothers.

Harper and Rowan wasted little time focusing their attack on Xavier Woods, dismantling and dominating the member of New Day described by Tom Phillips as “the expendable member of The New Day” while Big E watched from the apron.

Rowan and Harper attempted to use the ring steps to dish out more punishment to Woods, but Big E made the tag and took both men over with nasty belly-to-belly overhead suplexes. A big splash to Harper back in the squared circle nearly gave way to the Big Ending, but the bearded big man answered with a sit-out slam.

The action broke down at ringside as Woods delivered a dive to Rowan and Big E delivered a spear to Harper through the ropes and to the arena floor. Rowan answered with a crossbody off the ring apron, knocking Big E out of commission.

Harper and Rowan attempted to put Woods away with a powerbomb, but he kicked out as Kofi Kingston riled up the crowd. Re-energized, Woods delivered a massive elbow drop from the top rope to Harper on the floor.

As New Day appeared poised to win the titles, Rowan used one of the mallets to attack Big E and Woods, drawing a disqualification.

Result

New Day defeated Bludgeon Brothers via disqualification

Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens


Credit: WWE.com

Kevin Owens had the right to avenge months of torment at the hands of Braun Strowman by not only beating him but also taking away his Money in the Bank contract.

Strowman obliterated Owens from the opening bell, running through and over The Prizefighter and putting him at a disadvantage immediately.

Moments later, Strowman delivered the powerslam and retained his Money in the Bank briefcase.

Result

Strowman defeated Owens

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte vs. Carmella


Credit: WWE.com

Friendships were tested Sunday night as Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch challenged Carmella for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in a Triple Threat match. Would the leaders of the Women’s Revolution regain the gold, or would the modern-day diva find a way to retain her title?

Carmella moonwalked at the bell and paid for it, the recipient of an onslaught by her challengers.

Looking to turn the tide in her favor, Carmella pitted Lynch and Flair against each other. The challengers bought it and waged war, the Lass Kicker delivering a few arm-drags and trying for the Dis-arm-her. At ringside, Carmella grabbed Lynch and sent her into the ring steps before mocking the famous Flair strut.

Back inside, she seized control of the bout, applying a headlock to Flair.

Carmella continued to taunt her opponents while staving off defeat, even dodging a Flair boot and sending her into Lynch. Flair recovered and unloaded with a series of chops to the chest of the champion. A belly-to-back suplex had Flair rolling before a double dropkick by Lynch sparked her comeback.

With Flair deposited at ringside, Lynch unloaded on the champion. A Bexploder suplex was countered by a grab of the hair, and Flair exploded with a spear, laying out both women.

Flair applied a figure four to Carmella and Lynch dropped a leg from the top rope, saving the match and title.

Recovered, Carmella delivered a suicide dive to Lynch, and Flair followed with a twisting moonsault that left both lying. Back inside, Lynch countered Natural Selection with the Dis-arm-her, but Carmella broke it up.

Lynch applied the Dis-arm-her to Carmella, but the champ made the ropes. Moments later, Lynch reapplied the hold but ate Natural Selection from Flair, who covered to win the match and the title.

After the match, a frustrated Lynch turned heel, attacking Flair and pummeling her out of the squared circle. She sent Flair into the barricade and then over the announce table.

Result

Flair defeated Lynch and Carmella

WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe


Credit: WWE.com

AJ Styles defended his WWE Championship against Samoa Joe in a hotly anticipated, emotionally fueled match watched from ringside by the champion’s wife, Wendy, and his daughter.

Angered by a pre-match promo that targeted his family, Styles attacked Joe from the bell but soon paid for it as the challenger seized control of the match. Styles, though, fought from underneath and delivered a neckbreaker that left him worse for wear, hobbled by a bad knee.

Joe unloaded with some stiff forearms, but Styles delivered the Styles Clash for a stellar near-fall.

Styles followed up moments later with the Calf Crusher, but Joe countered out with the Coquina Clutch. Styles fought it and tried to break the hold, eventually inching just close enough to drape his foot over the bottom rope.

An enzuigiri from Joe knocked Styles from the top rope to the arena floor. From there, the champion sent Styles into the steel steps. Joe grabbed a microphone and promised to be Wendy’s new daddy, infuriating Styles. The champion, bloodied, launched himself at Joe and blasted him with a steel chair, drawing the disqualification.

Styles unloaded on Joe, his emotions getting the best of him. The champion left with his wife and daughter to close out the segment.

Result

Samoa Joe defeated Styles via disqualification

Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz


Credit: WWE.com

A match eight years in the making, Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz finally occurred Sunday night in what amounted to the night’s most anticipated bout.

Miz pulled pages from Bryan’s book early, mocking the bearded wonder’s signature offense before finding himself on the receiving end of a surfboard submission. The leader of the Yes! Movement unloaded with a flurry of kicks before enduring a clothesline off the top rope.

The Hollywood A-Lister worked the head and neck of Bryan, playing up the previous injuries that kept him sidelined for so long.

Shaking off the proverbial cobwebs, Bryan fired off a series of hard right hands and took back control of the match. Two corner dropkicks gave way to more kicks and a top-rope headscissors for a count of two. Bryan launched himself to the outside, wiping out Miz.

Back in the ring, he delivered more kicks and a top-rope side suplex.

Miz dodged another kick and delivered a DDT. Miz, the best heel on the main roster, unloaded with Bryan’s own kicks to the chest. Rather than hurting, they fueled Bryan’s furious comeback. The defiant babyface fought his way up and open-hand slapped Miz numerous times before obliterating him with a kick to the face.

Bryan’s running knee was countered into a figure-four attempt. Bryan tried countering it but was sent face-first into the turnbuckle in a slingshot spot. The Skull-Crushing Finale drew a strong near-fall.

Miz tried for his own running knee, but a big kick from Bryan earned him a two-count of his own.

Bryan unloaded on Miz on the ring apron but missed one and struck the ring post. Miz capitalized and applied the figure four. The babyface fought through the pain and reversed the hold, causing Miz to scream out in pain.

Both men ailed by knee injuries, they took to slugging it out. An exchange of near-falls gave way to the Yes! Lock on Miz, who tried biting his opponent before making it to the ropes to break the hold.

After Miz was knocked into the guardrail, Maryse slipped him a pair of brass knuckles. As Bryan rushed in for a suicide dive, Miz blasted him and scored the tainted victory.

Result

Miz defeated Bryan

Finn Balor vs. Constable Baron Corbin


Credit: WWE.com

The Demon emerged from the deepest, darkest recesses of Finn Balor’s mind as he battled Constable Baron Corbin in singles competition.

Stunned and hesitant to take the ring, Corbin was overmatched from the beginning.

Balor obliterated him in minutes, ending with the Coup de Grace.

Result

Balor defeated Corbin

United States Championship Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Shinsuke Nakamura


Credit: WWE.com

Jeff Hardy looked to avenge the loss of his United States Championship to Shinsuke Nakamura at Extreme Rules as they battled in singles competition much later on the card than most expected.

Hardy played mind games with Nakamura early, mocking his mannerisms and throwing off The Artist.

Nakamura recovered, wearing Hardy down and working the head and neck.

Hardy fought out and delivered a half-hearted version of the sling blade to ground Nakamura, who appeared to be favoring his neck. The competitors exchanged strikes, and Hardy delivered an atomic drop, followed by a low dropkick.

Late in the match, Hardy set Nakamura up on the ring apron for a swanton bomb. The champion moved, and Hardy crashed spine-first on the apron. The Kinshasa finished Hardy.

Randy Orton’s music played, and he marched to the ring but walked straight back, opting not to attack a fallen Hardy.

Result

Nakamura defeated Hardy

Raw Women’s Championship Match: Ronda Rousey vs. Alexa Bliss


Credit: WWE.com

Natalya was introduced to the fans before the match. Sporting her father, Jim Neidhart’s ring jacket just days after his shocking death, she basked in the applause of the Brooklyn crowd before Ronda Rousey and Alexa Bliss took to the squared circle for the penultimate match of the night.

Rousey stunned Bliss early, forcing the champion to the floor. Rousey taunted the champion, teasing that she would turn her back or cover her eyes so Bliss had a fair shot.

Bliss took advantage, which only served to piss off Rousey. Rousey escaped a sleeper attempt and flattened Bliss. Rousey took off sprinting around the ring after the champion, who landed a knee to the shoulder. The challenger no-sold the offense and obliterated Little Miss Bliss.

Rousey manipulated the arm of Bliss and tapped her out to an armbar to the delight of the WWE faithful, winning the title in short and dominant fashion.

After the match, Rousey embraced Natalya in a nice moment. The Bella Twins joined in the festivities, drawing a chorus of boos from the WWE Universe. Surprisingly, there was no big angle to be had.

Rousey exited the arena, the title tightly in her grasp.

Result

Rousey defeated Bliss to win the title

Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar


Credit: WWE.com

After a year of frustrations and professional disappointments, Roman Reigns entered Barclays Center for one last shot at dethroning Brock Lesnar as universal champion and ascending the WWE mountain as its true Big Dog.

Before the match could get underway, Braun Strowman marched to the squared circle, his Money in the Bank briefcase in hand. He announced that he would be waiting for the winner after the match because he does things face-to-face.

Reigns exploded with three Superman Punches and two spears before being trapped in a choke. He powered out and delivered a big spinebuster. Lesnar reapplied the hold, hoping to choke out Reigns and retain his title.

Reigns again picked him up and slammed him down, breaking the hold.

Lesnar removed the gloves and answered a Superman Punch attempt with a suplex. A second followed as the commentators welcomed fans to Suplex City. Reigns fought out of an F-5 and charged at Lesnar. Brock moved and Reigns wiped out Strowman at ringside with a suicide dive.

Lesnar dropped Strowman with an F-5, threw the briefcase up the ramp and blasted him with a chair.

As he returned to the squared circle, Reigns caught him with the spear and scored the championship.

Result

Reigns defeated Lesnar to win the title

In my opinion , a very entertaining show was put on. Can’t wait to see what will happen tonight on Monday Night Raw

By : Smart Concept USA

#SummerSlam #WWE #SummerSlam2018 #ProfessionalWrestling #RAW #SmackdownLive

 

12:44 PM 7/30/2018

Jose Aldo ended a UFC fight with the most painful sounding liver punch

The sound Jose Aldo’s fist made when it connected on a brutal body shot is going to stay with Jeremy Stephens for a long time after it stopped him in his tracks and gave Aldo the opening to finish their bout at UFC on Fox 30 in Calgary.

With the TKO win, the former featherweight champion snapped a two-fight losing streak. Stephens, on the other hand, was likely a win away from earning a title shot for himself before his rise to the top ended with a literal thud.

 

12:30 PM 7/30/2018

Ex-WWE wrestler Brian Christopher dead at age 46

Former WWE wrestler Brian Christopher, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, died Sunday at the age of 46. (Photo courtesy WWE)

Former World Wrestling Entertainment wrestler Brian Christopher (real name Brian Lawler), died Sunday after reportedly hanging himself in a Memphis, Tennessee, jail, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer. Christopher, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, was 46 years old. Christopher was placed on life support and surrounded by his family at the time of his death, according to TMZ Sports.

“Corrections officers administered CPR until paramedics arrived,” the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. “Lawler was transported to Regional One Medical Center in Memphis where he died Sunday afternoon.”

“WWE is saddened to learn that Brian Christopher Lawler, who is best known in WWE as Too Cool’s Grandmaster Sexay, has passed away,” the WWE said in a statement. “Lawler, who is the son of WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, competed during the height of the Attitude Era. WWE extends its condolences to Lawler’s family, friends and fans.”

Why was Brian Christopher in jail?
According to TMZ Sports, Christopher was arrested on July 7 for DUI and evading Tennessee police officers. A 12-ounce can of alcohol was reportedly found open in his car’s center console and his bail was set at $40,000. In June, Christopher was arrested for allegedly not having the funds to cover a hotel bill at the Hampton Inn in Memphis, Tennessee, according to TMZ Sports.

Brian Christopher’s WWE run as part of Too Cool
Christopher went by Grandmaster Sexay, one-half of the Too Cool tag team along with Scotty 2 Hotty. The duo would eventually add Rikishi into the mix as the now trio were best known for their hip-hop inspired choreographed dance routines after matches. In 2000, Too Cool would win the WWE Tag Team titles for the first and only time, defeating Edge and Christian.

WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Nikolai Volkoff (real name Josip Nikolai Peruzović) died at the age of 70, the WWE announced on Sunday. Volkoff played a larger-than-life Russian villain and was one-half of a tag team with The Iron Sheik. Volkoff was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005 after a wrestling career of 40-plus years.

Brickhouse Brown (real name Fredrick Seawright) died Sunday at the age of 57 from cancer, according to the Wrestling Observer. Brown was best known for his time in the USWA, AWA and CWA.

 

3:39 PM 7/18/2018

2018 MLB All-Star Game

The All-Star Game set a record for home runs, and the American League won its 6th straight

10 total home runs beat the old record … BY FOUR!!!

The 2018 MLB All-Star Game saw a record 10 home runs hit (the previous record was six!), and the American League prevailed 8-6 in 10 innings for its sixth consecutive All-Star Game win.

Astros third baseman Alex Bregman, who hit the go-ahead home run int he 10th inning, was named the All-Star MVP.

Matt Kemp & Manny Machado.

Bryant Suquitana

 

 

12:49 PM 7/6/2018

 

Incredibles 2 is a major hit at the box office. The sequel has only been playing in theaters for two weeks, it’s already surpassed the first film’s global box office numbers.

Incredibles 2 has banked $646.8 million (compared with $633 million globally for the original film) with $200 million internationally, and $40.8 of that coming from China. That makes it the second-highest-grossing Pixar film of all time (behind Finding Dory) and third largest animated title ever.

‘Incredibles 2’ Record $183M Beats ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Opening & Lifetime Totals Of ‘Cars 3’, ‘A Bug’s Life’

Disney is reporting that Pixar’s Incredibles 2 is flying in at $183.2M, higher than where both the industry ($181M~) and the studio were seeing it. Records still maintained: Best animated opening of all-time beating Finding Dory ($135M), 8th best opening of all-time, just ahead of Captain America: Civil War ($179.1M) and best PG debut of all-time besting Beauty and the Beast‘s $174.7M. New Line’s Tag was a bit higher at $14.9M in 3rd place after a $4.5M Sunday, -7% from Saturday in 3rd, while in second place, Warner Bros./Village Roadshow’s Ocean’s 8 looks to be settling at $19M, -54% for $78.6M. Sony’s Superfly is down in 6th place with $6.8M FSS, $9M for the 5-day.

The numbers are looking Incredible!!!

Written by : Bryant Suquitana

10:35 AM 7/3/2018

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Directed by: Genndy Tartakovsky
Produced by: Michelle Murdocca
Written by: Genndy Tartakovsky ,Michael McCullers
Based on Characters by Todd Durham
Starring: Adam Sandler , Andy Samberg , Selena Gomez , Kevin James , David Spade , Steve Buscemi, Keegan-Michael Key , Molly Shannon , Fran Drescher , Kathryn Hahn , Jim Gaffigan , Mel Brooks
Music by Mark Mothersbaugh
Edited by Joyce Arrastia
Production Company: Sony Pictures Animation
Media Rights Capital Distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing
Release date: June 13, 2018 (AIAFF)
July 13, 2018 (United States)
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $65 million
Box office $1.9 million

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (known internationally as
Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation) is a 2018 American 3D
computer-animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures
Animation and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is the
third installment in the Hotel Transylvania franchise and the
sequel to Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015).

Taking place a few months after the events of the previous film,
the story centers on Dracula, Mavis, Johnny, and the rest of
their family, both human and monster, and friends as they take a
vacation on a luxury Monster Cruise Ship. Dracula becomes
attracted to the ship’s mysterious captain Erika, the great-
granddaughter of Abraham Van Helsing, the notorious monster
slayer and Dracula’s ancient archenemy.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is scheduled to be
released in the United States on July 13, 2018.

Plot
The film begins in 1897, where it shows monsters disguised as
humans on a train to Budapest. Abraham Van Helsing (Jim
Gaffigan), a vampire hunter, boards the train and unveils the
monsters. The monsters try to escape by climbing to the roof of
the train, with Van Helsing giving chase. After Dracula (Adam
Sandler) pushes them off the train, he seemingly defeats Van
Helsing.

In the present day, a few months after the events of the
previous film, Dracula is running his hotel business smoothly
when his daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez), announces they will be
going on a cruise so he can get a vacation from giving
vacations. The next day Dracula, Mavis, Johnny (Andy Samberg)
and the rest of their family boards a cruise ship. Everyone has
fun on board when Dracula accidentally bumps into the ship’s
captain, Erika (Kathryn Hahn), who is a human. He immediately
becomes attracted to her and asks her out on a date in the
ship’s dining room.

Mavis realises that Erika is secretly the great granddaughter of
Van Helsing when she finds an old photograph of Erika as an
infant. Mavis teams up with Johnny and the rest of the pack to
try and find Dracula on the ship and save him from Erika.
Meanwhile, at the dining room, Dracula agitates Erika by telling
a story of how Van Helsing fell flat on his face when Dracula
was chasing him. As Dracula laughs hysterically about it, Erika
has had enough and gives Dracula some perfume as a gift. He
sprays himself but only then realises it’s actually garlic
perfume. He starts having a seizure and is taken away by her.

Mavis and the pack eventually track down Erika who has Dracula
tied up with garlic surrounding him. Mavis tries to talk Erika
out of her plan to kill Dracula, but the fridge door swings open
revealing Abraham Van Helsing himself who says he has been in a
cryogenic sleep. He pulls out his proton pack to shoot all the
monsters, when Dennis and Winnie sneak up behind him and give
him a wedgie, causing him to fall over. Dracula, now freed, and
confronts Erika and Abraham. He tells them that this vacation is
about family and the monsters are no different from the humans.
Erika agrees and goes with Dracula. Dracula tells Abraham he can
choose to be a loving great grandfather to redeem himself and
understand the love for family. Dracula and Erika both hug him,
changing Van Helsing’s heart, and he hugs them back. Everyone is
then seen having a party on the deck and dancing.

Months later back at Hotel Transylvania, Dracula proposes to
Erika. After stuttering in a similar fashion to her boyfriend
when they first met, she happily accepts.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is scheduled to be
released in the United States on July 13, 2018.

Written By: Bryant Suquitana

12:39 PM 7/2/2018

2018 FIFA World Cup bracket and Round of 16 results

If you have been watching you know The 2018 FIFA World Cup has been full of all kinds of surprises.The previous champions Germany were knocked out at the group stage also in the first two days in the knockout stage, Portugal, Argentina and Spain are also out.

The month-long tournament concludes on July 15.From now on Two matches will be played each day in the single-elimination phase.

World Cup 2018 Results

France v Argentina – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Uruguay v Portugal – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

#WorldCup2018 #WorldCupRussia2018

Written By: Bryant Suquitana

 

09:36 AM 6/14/2018

Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup


You don’t want to miss a moment of the World Cup.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup has finally arrived. The best of the best on the planet will meet face to face. The tournament is back in Europe for the first time since it was
held in Germany in 2006. Many around the world will come together to watch this grand spectacle. I am glad to see that people from many different backgrounds can come
together and enjoy the 2018 FIFA World Cup united. Yes , it is very intense and competitive but we love every second of it.

#WorldCupRussia2018 #WorldCup #WorldCupRussia #Fifa2018 #Fifa #FifaWorldCupRussia20108 #FifaWorldCup

Fox and Telemundo have the TV rights for this edition of the World Cup, which means games will air on Fox, Fox Sports 1 in English and on Telemundo and NBC Universo in
Spanish.

Written By: Bryant Suquitana

Below you’ll find the complete schedule:
2018 FIFA World Cup: June 14 through July 15
English-speaking TV: Fox and Fox Sports 1
Spanish-speaking TV: Telemundo and NBC Universo

Starts Today-

THURSDAY, JUNE 14

Russia vs. Saudi Arabia

11 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox

FRIDAY, JUNE 15

Egypt vs. Uruguay

8 a.m. ET

Yekaterinburg

FS1

Morocco vs. Iran

11 a.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox

Portugal vs. Spain

2 p.m. ET

Sochi

Fox

SATURDAY, JUNE 16

France vs. Australia

6 a.m. ET

Kazan

FS1

Argentina vs. Iceland

10 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox

Peru vs. Denmark

12 p.m. ET

Saransk

FS1

Croatia vs. Nigeria

3 p.m. ET

Kaliningrad

FS1

SUNDAY, JUNE 17

Costa Rica vs. Serbia

8 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox

Germany vs. Mexico

11 a.m. ET

Moscow

FS1

Brazil vs. Switzerland

2 p.m. ET

Rostov

FS1

MONDAY, JUNE 18

Sweden vs. South Korea

8 a.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

FS1

Belgium vs. Panama

11 a.m. ET

Sochi

FS1

Tunisia vs. England

2 p.m. ET

Volgograd

FS1

TUESDAY, JUNE 19

Poland vs. Senegal

8 a.m. ET

Moscow

FS1

Colombia vs. Japan

11 a.m. ET

Saransk

Fox

Russia vs. Egypt

2 p.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20

Portugal vs. Morocco

8 a.m. ET

Moscow

FS1

Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia

11 a.m. ET

Rostov

Fox

Iran vs. Spain

2 p.m. ET

Kazan

Fox

THURSDAY, JUNE 21

France vs. Peru

8 a.m. ET

Yekaterinburg

FS1

Denmark vs. Australia

11 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox

Argentina vs. Croatia

2 p.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

Fox

FRIDAY, JUNE 22

Brazil vs. Costa Rica

8 a.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

FS1

Nigeria vs. Iceland

11 a.m. ET

Volgograd

Fox

Serbia vs. Switzerland

2 p.m. ET

Kaliningrad

Fox

SATURDAY, JUNE 23

Belgium vs. Tunisia

8 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox

Germany vs. Sweden

11 a.m. ET

Sochi

Fox

South Korea vs. Mexico

2 p.m. ET

Rostov

Fox

SUNDAY, JUNE 24

England vs. Panama

8 a.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

FS1

Japan vs. Senegal

11 a.m. ET

Yekaterinburg

Fox

Poland vs. Colombia

2 p.m. ET

Kazan

Fox

MONDAY, JUNE 25

Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt

10 a.m. ET

Volgograd

Fox/FS1

Uruguay vs. Russia

10 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox/FS1

Iran vs. Portugal

2 p.m. ET

Saransk

Fox/FS1

Spain vs. Morocco

2 p.m. ET

Kaliningrad

Fox/FS1

TUESDAY, JUNE 26

Australia vs. Peru

10 a.m. ET

Sochi

Fox/FS1

Denmark vs. France

10 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox/FS1

Iceland vs. Croatia

2 p.m. ET

Rostov

Fox/FS1

Nigeria vs. Argentina

2 p.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox/FS1

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27

South Korea vs. Germany

10 a.m. ET

Kazan

Fox/FS1

Mexico vs. Sweden

10 a.m. ET

Yekaterinburg

Fox/FS1

Switzerland vs. Costa Rica

2 p.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

Fox/FS1

Serbia vs. Brazil

2 p.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox/FS1

THURSDAY, JUNE 28

Japan vs. Poland

10 a.m. ET

Volgograd

Fox/FS1

Senegal vs. Colombia

10 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox/FS1

England vs. Belgium

2 p.m. ET

Kaliningrad

Fox/FS1

Panama vs. Tunisia

2 p.m. ET

Saransk

Fox/FS1

SATURDAY, JUNE 30

Round of 16: Match 50: Group C winner vs. Group D runner-up

10 a.m. ET

Kazan

Fox/FS1

Round of 16: Match 49: Group A winner vs. Group B runner-up

2 p.m. ET

Sochi

Fox/FS1

SUNDAY, JULY 1

Round of 16: Match 51: Group B winner vs. Group A runner-up

10 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox/FS1

Round of 16: Match 52: Group D winner vs. Group C runner-up

2 p.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

Fox/FS1

MONDAY, JULY 2

Round of 16: Match 53: Group E winner vs. Group F runner-up

10 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox/FS1

Round of 16: Match 54: Group G winner vs. Group H runner-up

2 p.m. ET

Rostov

Fox/FS1

TUESDAY, JULY 3

Round of 16: Match 55 (Group F winner vs. Group E runner-up)

10 a.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox/FS1

Round of 16: Match 56 (Group H winner vs. Group G runner-up)

2 p.m. ET

Rostov

Fox/FS1

FRIDAY, JULY 6

Quarterfinal: Match 57 (Match 49 winner vs. Match 50 winner)

10 a.m. ET

Nizhny Novgorod

FS1

Quarterfinal: Match 58 (Match 53 winner vs. Match 54 winner)

2 p.m. ET

Kazan

FS1

SATURDAY, JULY 7

Quarterfinal: Match 60 (Match 55 winner vs. Match 66 winner)

10 a.m. ET

Samara

Fox

Quarterfinal: Match 59 (Match 51 winner vs. Match 52 winner)

2 p.m. ET

Sochi

Fox

TUESDAY, JULY 10

Semifinal: Match 61 (Match 57 winner vs. Match 58 winner)

2 p.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11

Semifinal: Match 62 (Match 59 winner vs. Match 60 winner)

2 p.m. ET

Moscow

Fox

SATURDAY, JULY 14

Third-place match: Match 63 (Match 61 loser vs. Match 62 loser)

10 a.m. ET

Saint Petersburg

Fox

SUNDAY, JULY 15

Final: Match 64 (Match 61 winner vs. Match 62 winner)

11 a.m. ET

Moscow

Fox

 

1:09 PM 6/13/2018

Dumbo Teaser Trailer (2019)

Check out the teaser trailer for Tim Burton’s all-new live-action Dumbo, coming to theatres March 29, 2019. From director Tim Burton, the new live adventure “Dumbo” presents a classic story. Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus, then they discover that Dumbo can fly, and the circus makes a amazing comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland. Dumbo soars to new heights alongside a charming and spectacular aerial artist, Colette Marchant (Eva Green), until Holt learns that beneath its shiny veneer, Dreamland is full of dark secrets. #Dumbo #Disney #TimBurton #Dumbo2019 #DumboDisney2019

I can not wait for this one. Another movie that will bring you back to your childhood and will keep the story of Dumbo alive for the next generation.

Written By: Bryant Suquitana

12:31 PM 6/7/2018

The Retro NES Classic is BACK!!!!!

As you probably heard, Nintendo is bringing back the Retro NES Classic Editon on June 29th, 2018 due to the high demand. The Retro NES Classic took the market by storm in 2017, they sold for $59.99 and were sold out everywhere almost immediately. Next thing you know they were being resold online for three to five times the MSRP.

The Retro NES Classic Edition system is returning, remember the groundbreaking NES, originally released in 1985. Who doesn’t remember the Original Mario & Duck Hunt. Now you can re-live those moments, just plug the NES Classic Edition into your TV, pick up that gray controller, and rediscover the joy of NES games. It will bring you back in time. Retro items seem to be the next big thing. Everything from the 80’s and 90’s is making a comeback and I am not complaining , who wouldn’t enjoy having a taste of their childhood.

Game trademarks and copyrights are properties of their respective owners. Nintendo Entertainment System and NES are trademarks of Nintendo. © 2018 Nintendo.

Written By: Bryant Suquitana