WATCH: What Runners Can Expect Different in this year’s CM Blacklight Run

Color Manila Run is an event that’s open for everyone. Regardless if you are a runner or non-runner, young or young at heart, alone or with someone, Color Manila is an event that you surely don’t want to miss.
And this year, as they celebrate their fifth year anniversary, Color Manila launched their 3-city tour for the CM Blacklight Run, covering Manila, Bacolod and Davao City which will be held on May 27, June 3 and August 12,2017, respectively.
Ms. Justine Cordero, the Vice President of Color Manila said that it would be a different CM Blacklight Run.
“We want to give them the opportunity to experience the most colorful night run in the country.”
Watch and find out how she proudly elaborate the other reasons why it would be a different CM Blacklight run this year.

Elorde I’ntl Productions: Night of the Champions II

Elorde International Productions released the second edition of the Night of the Champions that will be held in Music Hall, MOA Arena in Pasay City this coming May 4th.

In co main event Jeffrey Francisco (13-1-1,1KO)  whose only defeat was came from a Majority Decision to former WBA Asia champ Jestoni Autida last November 29, 2014 and riding on his 3 fights winning streak before he take on Japanese Yusuke Zusuki (6-2,4KO’s), Suzuki is a tough fighter and his most notable victory is against former Philippine bantamweight champ Monico Laurente by the way of Unanimous Decision. Francsico and Suzuki will clash for the vacant WBC EPBC Bantamweight title.

In Main event unbeaten Joe “Misako” Noynay (10-0-1,3) will fight for the vacant WBC International Super bantamweight title for the second time. Last February 18,2016 on the same place Jomari Noynay and Alie Laurel came to draw after a hard fought battle between the warrior. The scores were 114-113 for Noynay 114-113 for Laurel and 114-114 draw. Boxing fans expect a rematch between two warriors but different foe will be fight for the vacant title. Noynay will face tough and never been taste a Knock out in his career his name is Richard “The Beast” Pumicpic (17-7-2,6KO’s)

by Ian Melodillar

Medical Suspension

Thiago Alves could be out of action for six months following a devastating loss to Carlos Condit in Goiania, Brazil which resulted to a broken nose and is needing a surgery. 180 days is the decision of Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) after he suffered a TKO loss to Condit in the main event of UFC Fight Night 67 on Saturday night.


Tom Breese, who finished Luiz Dutra in the first fight of the night, is also out for 180 days pending clearance of left hand and wrist.

Other fighters who are also on medical suspension are as follows:
Thiago Alves: Suspended 180 days or medical clearance of broken noseCarlos Condit: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contactCharles Oliveira: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactNik Lentz: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactRyan Jimmo: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactFrancimar Barroso: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactWendell Oliveira: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contactNorman Parke: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactFrancisco Trinaldo: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactWilson Reis: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactJussier Formiga: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactNicolas Dalby: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactElizeu Zaleski: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactLucas Martins: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contactEricka Almeida: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactJuliana Lima: Suspended 30 days, 21 days no contactTom Breese: Suspended 180 days or medical clearance of left hand and wristLuiz Dutra: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contactRony Jason: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contactAlex Oliveira: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contactMirsad Bektic: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Damon Jackson: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Darren Till: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
K.J. Noons: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact

2011 Jones Cup New Game Schedule Update

2011 Jones Cup New Game Schedule Update

Smart Gilas Pilipinas Roster: Barroca, Casio, Ababou, Aguilar, Hontiveros, Baracael, Ballesteros, Taulava, Tiu, Lassiter, Douthit & Lutz

2011 Jones Cup Schedule below

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August 6, 2011 (Day 1)
1st Game – Jordan vs UAE
2nd Game – Korea vs Malaysia
3rd Game – Philippines vs Iran NT
4th Game – Taiwan vs Japan

Aug. 7
13:00 Malaysia-Jordan
15:00 UAE-Korea
17:00 Japan-Iran
19:00 Philippines-Taiwan (Live on ESPN) (Live on AKTV-IBC13)

Aug. 8
13:00 UAE-Japan
15:00 Jordan-Philippines (Live on ESPN) (Delayed on AKTV-IBC13; 5:00pm)
17:00 Korea-Iran
19:00 Taiwan-Malaysia

Aug. 9
13:00 Iran-UAE
15:00 Malaysia-Philippines (Live on ESPN) (Delayed on AKTV-IBC13; 5:00pm)
17:00 Japan-Korea
19:00 Jordan-Taiwan

Aug. 10
13:00 Iran-Malaysia
15:00 Jordan-Japan
17:00 Philippines-Korea (Live on ESPN) (Live on AKTV-IBC13)
19:00 Taiwan-UAE

Aug. 11
13:00 Japan-Malaysia
15:00 UAE-Philippines (Live on ESPN) (Delayed on AKTV-IBC13; 5:00pm)
17:00 Korea-Jordan
19:00 Taiwan-Iran

Aug. 12
13:00 UAE-Malaysia
15:00 Iran-Jordan
17:00 Japan-Philippines (Live on ESPN) (Live on AKTV-IBC13)
19:00 Taiwan-Korea

Aug. 13
15:00 #7 vs. #6
17:00 #4 vs. #1 (Semifinals) (Live on ESPN & AKTV-IBC13)
19:00 #2 vs. #3 (Semifinals) (Live on ESPN & AKTV-IBC13)

Aug. 14
15:00 #7/#6 winner vs. #5
17:00 Third-place game (Live on ESPN & AKTV-IBC13)
19:00 Championship game (Live on ESPN & AKTV-IBC13)
Closing ceremony
Venue: Sinjhuang Stadium, New Taipei City
via taiwanhoops.com

TV Coverage: ESPN, Star Sports, [Local Broadcast: AKTV-IBC13]