Watch UFC 127 Penn vs Fitch Live Stream Online


On February 27, 2011 the UFC returns to Australia one year after they made their debut down under. Lightweight legend BJ Penn continues his climb through the welterweight division when he takes on perennial top contender, Jon Fitch. This time it will be hosted at the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia. The BJ Penn vs Jon Fitch match will be the main game in the event and the two will battle it out in a welterweight battle.



UFC 127 Penn vs. Fitch Live Stream

Date: Feb 27, 2011
Sydney, Australia (event airs Feb 26 in North America)
Venue: Acer Arena

Watch UFC 127 Live Stream John Fitch vs BJ Penn here. UFC 127 LIVE STREAM PENN vs FITCH links will be placed below minutes before the ppv begins.

BJ Penn is settling back into the welterweight division after losing back-to-back bouts to Frankie Edgar at lightweight and knocking out veteran Matt Hughes at 170 pounds this past November. The future Hall of Famer seems more comfortable at the heavier weight class, and has shown that he’s still a dangerous striker with his KO over Hughes.

Jon Fitch could be the most under-appreciated fighter in all of MMA. The 32 year old has hit somewhat of a glass ceiling in the division, winning five straight bouts since losing to champion Georges St-Pierre back in August 2008. Fitch hasn’t proven he can finish fights like Penn, taking all five of those recent victories on the judges’ score cards.

Main card:
Welterweight bout: B.J. Penn vs. Jon Fitch
Middleweight bout: Michael Bisping vs. Jorge Rivera
Lightweight bout: George Sotiropoulos vs. Dennis Siver
Welterweight bout: Carlos Condit vs. Chris Lytle
Middleweight bout: Kyle Noke vs. Chris Camozzi

Preliminary card (ESPN U.K.)
Lightweight bout: Ross Pearson vs. Spencer Fisher
Heavyweight bout: Chris Tuchscherer vs. Mark Hunt

Preliminary card:
Light Heavyweight bout: James Te-Huna vs. Alexander Gustafsson
Middleweight bout: Nick Ring vs. Riki Fukuda
Lightweight bout: Maciej Jewtuszko vs. Curt Warburton
Light Heavyweight bout: Anthony Perosh vs. Tom Blackledge
Featherweight bout: Zhang Tie Quan vs. Jason Reinhardt

WATCH UFC 127 PENN VS FITCH LIVE STREAM HERE after the jump!

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Watch Donaire Vs Montiel Fight Highlight Replay Video | Donaire Knocks Out Montiel in 2nd Round


Watch Donaire Vs Montiel Fight Highlight Replay Video | Donaire Knocks Out Montiel in 2nd Round.

Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire won by TKO over Fernando Montiel snatching the title of Bantamweight Champion belt. A left hook put Montiel down hard and had him shaking in the second round, but after amazingly getting up before the count of ten, Montiel went on to absorb a few more shots before the referee stopped the fight in the second.

In the co-main event, boxing fans saw a rematch between Mike Jones, 24-0, 18 KO’s facing Jesus Soto-Karass, 24-6-3, 16 KO’s. It was basically a one sided fight and when the cards were read, Jones was up by scores of 117-111, 116-112 and 115-113.

Watch the highlight of the Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel fight after the jump!



DONAIRE KNOCKS OUT MONTIEL IN 2ND ROUND!

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Watch Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel Fight Live Online | Standby for the Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel Replay Video


Nonito Donaire vs. Fernando Montiel airs Saturday night (February 19) at 9:45 PM ET on HBO.

Watch Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel Fight Live Online. It’s Mexico vs. Philippines on February 19, 2011 at the Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. featuring the fight between WBO and WBC bantamweight champion Fernando “Cochulito” Montiel and Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire Jr. with Top Rank Boxing promoting the fight.

Watch it here live, the Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel Live streaming video. Watch it free in your favorite live streaming channel online or  in your favorite cable provider.

Watch the Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel Boxing fight Replay Video here after the jump!


DONAIRE KNOCKS OUT MONTIEL IN 2ND ROUND!

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New York City shakes by Pacquiao-Mosley Press Tour


NEW YORK (Feb. 14, 2011)—Global superstar and Philippine Congressman Manny Pacquiaoand three-division world champion “Sugar” Shane Mosley continued their U.S. media tour on Valentine’s Day in New York on Monday at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers – Pier 61 with another open to the public news conference.

Boxing fans got an up close and personal look at their favorites with some Pacquiao fans showing their support by waving Philippine flags while Mosley was also greeted by his share of loyal supporters.

The fight is being promoted by Top Rank, in association with MP Promotions, Sugar Shane Mosley Promotions, Tecate and MGM Grand, Pacquiao vs. Mosley will be produced and distributed live by SHOWTIME PPV®.
Photo credits: Chris Farina/Top Rank

Pacquiao_Mosley NY PC 110214_001a – Manny Pacquiao and “Sugar” Shane Mosley met with the New York media and their fans on Monday in New York City. The coast to coast media tour kicked off last Thursday in Beverly Hills and stopped over in Las Vegas on Saturday. Pacquiao and Mosley will battle for the World Boxing Organization (WBO) Welterweight world title on May 7 on SHOWTIME PPV®.

article credits: eastsideboxing.com

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MTV Cribs Features Manny Pacquiao's Mansion in Los Angeles


Manny Pacquiao showed his awesome house in Los Angeles as it was featured on MTV Cribs. You're the man Pacman.

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Pacquiao-Mosley Fight US Press Tour Begins on February 10



Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley won’t have to shovel their way through the press tour.


The fight promoter, Bob Arum, said the weather is improving, following an epic winter storm that affected more than a third of the United States, and should continue improve in time for the press tour that begins Feb. 10.

“The storm has ended and the weather should start getting warmer by tomorrow. There’s no need to bring your shovels,” Arum told The Star in a phone interview yesterday morning.

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CBS/Showtime Takes Pacquiao VS Mosley Fight


Bob Arum just took a deal and signed for the Manny Pacquiao – Shane Mosley boxing fight to be shown on CBS/Showtime on 7th of may and leaving HBO. For the normal fan, that doesn’t mean much of anything at all. Pacquiao fans are rejoicing at the news, happy for their hero Pacquiao but not fully grasping the fact that it won’t mean reduced prices for the Mosley-Pacquiao fight. All it will mean is that the fight could make more money for Arum, Pacquiao and Mosley if the fight brings in more fans to purchase it on PPV.

According to Dan Rafael, the advantage of the Pacquiao-Mosley fight being shown on CBS/Showtime is that it will be able to take advantage of advertising taking place during commercial breaks during prime time hours on CBS stations. This wouldn’t be just advertised on Showtime. It would be advertised on CBS stations as well. Needless to say, this will bring in more fans to purchase the fight. In addition to that, there will be separate preview shows similar to the HBO 24/7 series that will be displayed on CBS stations.

This all sounds great but what’s the point of all this if the general fan isn’t going to benefit with lower PPV costs? If it still costs $60 or whatever, how is that a gain for you and me? So what if more people watch it, how am I gaining from this? I still would have to pay tons of money to see this mismatch. And while we’re on the subject of mismatches, what good is it that more people are seeing Pacquiao fight? If he’s going to be facing mismatched opponents like 39-year-old Shane Mosley, a painfully slow Antonio Margarito and a beaten up and weight drained Miguel Cotto, how is that a great benefit if it’s being seen by more fans?

I would think it would better for fans if they got to see Pacquiao face Sergio Martinez, Juan Manuel Marquez, Andre Berto or Floyd Mayweather Jr. But Arum isn’t matching Pacquiao with those guys. We’re seeing Pacquiao being put in with fighters that he has beat before the fight even starts. If Pacquiao is going to be seen by more people due to the new CBS/Showtime deal, I don’t see that as a benefit for boxing fans and I don’t think it’s good for the sport if Pacquiao is going to be set up with nice little mismatches every time out.

(Credits to Chris Williams)

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