Monday, September 18, 2017

Get a chance to win up to 100,000 cash with PadamihANNE sa CityMall Raffle !!!


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Sunday, September 17, 2017

KAIRAT AKHMETOV SCORES SPLIT DECISION VICTORY OVER GEJE EUSTAQUIO


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PLUS: STEFER RAHARDIAN REMAINS UNBEATEN WITH QUICK SUBMISSION FINISH OF SIM BUNSRUN

ALSO: ALAIN NGALANI SCORES FASTEST FINISH IN ONE CHAMPIONSHIP HEAVYWEIGHT HISTORY

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16 September 2017 – Jakarta, Indonesia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), once again electrified Jakarta, Indonesia with another evening of world-class martial arts action. The packed Jakarta Convention Center played host to ONE: TOTAL VICTORY, which showcased the world’s best martial artists inside the ONE Championship cage. In the main event, former ONE Flyweight World Champion Kairat Akhmetov scored a close three-round split decision victory over the Philippines’s Geje Eustaquio.

Visit the official ONE: TOTAL VICTORY photo gallery by clicking: http://bit.ly/onephotos

In the main event of ONE: TOTAL VICTORY, former ONE Flyweight World Champion Kairat Akhmetov scored a huge triumph over top flyweight contender Geje “Gravity” Eustaquio of the Philippines, coming away with a closely-contested split decision victory. Akhmetov showcased his overwhelming Greco Roman wrestling chops to consistently bring Eustaquio to the canvas, controlling the action on the ground. Eustaquio would land his usual crisp, clean combinations throughout the contest, but it wasn’t enough to earn him the win as Akhmetov’s grappling proved too much to overcome. In the end, Akhmetov emerged the victor on two of the three judges’ scorecards to earn him the split decision.

Hometown hero, the undefeated Stefer Rahardian continued his winning ways inside the ONE Championship cage, finishing Cambodian opponent Sim Bunsrun in just a little over a minute into the first round. Rahardian, who was just recently awarded his Brazilian jiu-jitsu brown belt, jumped on Bunsrun’s back as soon as he recognized the opening and slithered his way into a deep rear naked choke. Bunsrun tried valiantly to fight off the submission, but it was securely in place and the Cambodian had no choice but to tap out.

In the fastest finish in ONE Championship heavyweight division history, Alain “The Panther” Ngalani obliterated former ONE world title challenger Hideki “Shrek” Sekine in just 11 seconds, scoring an emphatic win in front of a roaring Jakarta Convention Center crowd. As Sekine charged recklessly towards Ngalani at the sound of the opening bell, Ngalani stepped back and uncorked a right hand counter right on the jaw that dumped Sekine to the ground, ending the bout in abrupt fashion.

In a battle of former ONE world title challengers, former professional boxer Roy Doliguez of the Philippines stopped Yago Bryan of Brazil to win by third round technical knockout. It was gruelling contest from start to finish, as both competitors were very evenly matched. Doliguez, operating behind his world-class boxing stance, would keep Bryan on the outside with fast kicks and punch combinations. Although Bryan would land the cleaner, stronger punches throughout the bout, Doliguez soon began to find his range late into the contest. A straight left hand down the middle felled Bryan in the third round from which he was unable to recover.

Malaysia’s Hisyam Samsudin showcased incredible grit and toughness as he overcame a furious start from Indonesia’s Jeremy Meciaz to win by technical knockout. Meciaz stormed out of the gates wanting to engage as he chased Samsudin all across the cage. Samsudin would however weather the early onslaught, and deliver some big blows of his own to force referee Yuji Shimada to call a halt to the contest in the very first round.

Filipino karate practitioner Ramon Gonzales showcased a new grappling dimension to his overall game, finishing Chinese wrestler Liu De Li Ge Ri Hu via arm triangle choke submission. After dominating the first round with his striking, Gonzales was able to take Liu De Li to the mat near the halfway point of the second, where he secured side control and swiftly locked in the choke moments after.

An exciting matchup ensued between local strawweight competitor Adrian “The Papua Badboy” Matheis and Cambodian Khun Khmer warrior Phat Soda. Matheis, who was emotional at the end of the bout, pulled off the impressive win by latching onto a rear-naked choke just past the midway point of the very first round. With no escape, Soda had no choice but to tap out, awarding Matheis the submission victory.

In the second preliminary bout of the evening, Indonesian martial artists Riski Umar and Adi Nugroho sent tremors of excitement throughout the Jakarta Convention Center with a spirited display of striking. As both warriors exchanged heavy blows at the center of the cage, it was Umar who came away with the knockout victory after a thunderous body shot landed, incapacitating Nugroho who slumped to the canvas and was unable to get back up.

Kicking off the action at ONE: TOTAL VICTORY was a catchweight contest between Thai Rithy and Jerome S. Paye. Although Paye wisely looked to take matters to the ground where he would try to neutralize Rithy’s striking advantage, the Cambodian was just not going to be contained. Rithy landed five solid right hands on Paye’s jaw to start the second round, turning the lights out on Paye before he hit the mat.

Official results for ONE: TOTAL VICTORY
Flyweight bout: Kairat Akhmetov defeats Geje Eustaquio by Split Decision after three (3) rounds
Flyweight bout: Stefer Rahardian defeats Sim Bunsrun by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:07 minutes of round 1
Heavyweight bout: Alain Ngalani defeats Hideki Sekine by Knockout at 0:11 minutes of round 1
Strawweight bout: Roy Doliguez defeats Yago Bryan by TKO (Strikes) at 2:58 minutes of round 3
Featherweight bout: Hisyam Samsudin defeats Jeremy Meciaz by TKO (Strikes) at 2:47 minutes of round 1
Flyweight bout: Ramon Gonzales defeats Liu De Li Ge Ri Hu by Submission (Arm Triangle Choke) at 1:52 minutes of round 2
Strawweight bout: Adrian Matheis defeats Phat Soda by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:11 minutes of round 1
Bantamweight bout: Riski Umar defeats Adi Nugroho by TKO (Strikes) at 2:00 minutes of round 1
Catchweight bout (68.3kg): Thai Rithy defeats Jerome S Paye by Knockout at 0:19 minutes of round 2

In case you missed the action log on to www.onefc.com/livestream for the full replay of the fights at only US $9.99.

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONEChampionship.


About ONE Championship™
ONE Championship is the largest sports media property in Asian history. Headquartered in Singapore, ONE Championship is the home of martial arts. The world’s most exciting martial arts organization hosts the largest sports entertainment events across Asia, featuring some of the world's best martial artists and world champions, all signed to exclusive contracts, on the largest media broadcast in Asia. In addition to its digital platforms, ONE Championship broadcasts to over 1 billion potential viewers across 128+ countries around the world with some of the largest global broadcasters, including FOX Sports, Setanta, MNC, Astro, Thairath TV, ABS-CBN, TV5, MYTV, HTV, OSN and more.

La Salle greenies vs. Zobel junior archers at 32nd SBP-Passerelle NCR finals




SBP-Passerelle’s two-time defending SBP division champion La Salle Greenhills is all set to defend its title at the national level of the twin tournaments’ 32nd season. But La Salle Greenhills will have to secure its slot in the nationals by facing off with sister school De La Salle Santiago-Zobelin the National Capital Region (NCR) finals.

The highly-anticipated game between the sister schools will be held on September 17, 2017 at the Blue Eagle Gym in Ateneo de Manila University. Also much-awaited to be is the battle between two of NCR’s top teams in the Passerelle division, Nazareth School of National University and San Beda College.

The winners of the tournaments will face regional winners from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao at the national championship game in December.

Third and fourth placers will also be determined in the upcoming regional finals. Competing for third place are Ateneo de Manila University and San Sebastian Recoletos in the SBP Division. La Salle Greenhills and Ateneo de Manila will battle it out in the Passerelle division.

Organized by the Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training (BEST) Center, the country’s premier sports clinic, the 32nd SBP-Passerelle Twin Tournaments are supported by MILO, in cooperation with Rain or Shine Elasto Paints, Chris Sports, and SKLZ. They provide a venue for young cagers to apply what they learned in basketball training and showcase their skills.

BEST Center is a Hall of Famer of the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) for Grassroots Development and the only corporate recipient of the Olympism Award from the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).

For more information about BEST Center’s classes and tournaments, call the hotlines 411-6260, 3723066 and 372-3065, email bestcentersports@gmail.com or follow its official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/BEST-Center-Sports-Inc/66172039922

Friday, September 15, 2017

Solane distributor announces 50th anniversary raffle winners.



 Cebu-based Solane distributor JET Sales has announced the third batch of winners for its 50th anniversary raffle promo where five winners will be drawn for three consecutive quarters.  

Each winner will win a year supply of LPG while their respective trade partners will take home P5,000 gift certificate of LPG refills.  

The winners for its third quarterly draw are Hazel Beverly Ong, Arlyn Pacombaba, Jenaline Jayme, Leizyl Mahilum, and Renneth P. Ylaya. The draw was witnessed by Department of Trade and Industry representative Sylvia Canete (leftmost). Also present were (from left) Isla LPG Corporation (ILC) account manager in training Lian Acas, JET Sales commercial sales agent Bel Ivardolaza, JET Sales president Francis Yu, and ILC account manager for Central Visayas Haidee Alverne.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Love the combo of pralines and cookies with Baskin-Robbins.




Imagine an irresistible explosion of crunch and flavors when two of your favorites - cookies and pralines - are swirled together for one revolutionary scoop. 

Delight in the nutty, delicious taste of Baskin-Robbins’ September flavor of the month, Pralines Love Cookies, a rich combo of salted caramel ice cream with praline pecans, vanilla crème and cookies swirled together with a salted caramel ribbon. Enjoy this ice cream flavor in a cup or cone, as a sundae, milkshake or ice cream cake. 

Take some home in a pint, quart or even a half-gallon carton to enjoy with family and friends. Get your own scoop at any Baskin-Robbins store near you. 

For more details, visit Baskin-Robbins website at www.baskinrobbins.ph or check out their Facebook (facebook.com/baskinrobbinsph), Twitter and Instagram (baskinrobbinsph) accounts.

Monday, September 11, 2017

​​Geje Eustaquio motivated to become the best flyweight in ONE Championship



Geje Eustaquio considers himself as a fortunate individual, but he has always possessed the drive and talent to achieve all of his lofty goals.
The 28-year-old Baguio City native has capitalized on every opportunity that has come his way in his professional mixed martial arts career.
As a result, Eustaquio has a Master’s degree and is a perennial contender in ONE Championship’s talented flyweight division.
Training out of the legendary Team Lakay, Eustaquio made his professional debut in February 2011. He competed on three local shows, winning two of the contests, before signing with ONE Championship.
Eustaquio made his promotional debut a year later against Alex Silva at ONE: BATTLE OF HEROES in February 2012, and it was a night he will never forget.
“My first ONE Championship fight is the most memorable to me,” he shared. “It is the biggest victory of my career because it was the first time I won internationally.”
Ever since he became part of ONE Championship’s burgeoning roster of world-class athletes, Eustaquio positioned himself as well-respected veteran from Mark Sangiao’s Team Lakay camp as he holds a respectable 9-5 record, with two wins coming by knockout and another two by submission.
Eustaquio continued to excel in the promotion’s flyweight division, even vying for the inaugural ONE Flyweight World Championship at ONE: RISE OF THE KINGDOM back in September 2014.
Known by the moniker “Gravity,” Eustaquio has won three of his last five matches since yielding to Moraes, including a first-round knockout victory over Malaysian stalwart Saiful “The Vampire” Merican in January 2016 and a split decision win over Thai rival Anatpong Bunrad in their rematch last May.
Eustaquio has the opportunity to cement his status as one of the best flyweights in the world today as he is set to face former flyweight kingpin Kairat “The Kazakh” Akhmetov in the main event of ONE: TOTAL VICTORY in Jakarta, Indonesia on Saturday, 16 September.
Although a tall order is in front of him, Eustaquio remains optimistic that he will have his hand raised in triumph as he is driven by his desire to become the best competitor in the organization’s 61.2-kilogram weight class.
“Nothing is easy. A person has to go through hardship to become successful. I know it will be hard, but I am willing to dig deep and get that victory. In order to be a winner, you have to endure. I am here to endure all the hardships because I want to be the best," he said.
Eustaquio has improved steadily in all facets of the game, especially in the grappling department.
Although Eustaquio has re-created himself in the last three years, he gives a lot of the credit to his teammates and, of course, Sangiao.
“He is the best coach we have,” he stated. “He is a brother, a father, and a mentor. He always looks at things for the long run and treats his team as a whole team. I was inspired by Mark Sangiao. The hardship of life drives me to move forward and be the best in this sport.”
If Eustaquio plays his cards right against Akhmetov, a title shot could be on his crosshairs.
“I want this win. I want to have a remarkable winning result, and then I want to move forward onto that flyweight belt. I am back in the main event. My next goal is to be back in the title hunt,” he stressed.
The three-round flyweight encounter between Eustaquio and Akhmetov has serious title implications.
Akhmetov, who just recently lost his title to Moraes via unanimous decision in a championship unification clash this past August, still has the bitter taste of defeat in his mouth following what was the first loss of his career.
The 29-year-old Kazakh combatant would want nothing more than to get back in the cage with Moraes to regain the ONE Flyweight World Championship.
However, Eustaquio stands firmly in his way as the Filipino mixed martial artist restarted his flyweight campaign with the win over Bunrad in May.
With two hungry martial artists wanting to prove their worth and stake their relevance in the division, the winner of the marquee match-up between Eustaquio and Akhmetov might be next in line to dance with Moraes for the gold-plated strap.
“I am here for the challenge. I am not backing down. Do not miss the chance to witness when the good becomes better and the better becomes the best,” Eustaquio declared. “Bring it on!”

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONEChampionship.


About ONE Championship™

ONE Championship is the largest sports media property in Asian history. Headquartered in Singapore, ONE Championship is the home of martial arts. The world’s most exciting martial arts organization hosts the largest sports entertainment events across Asia, featuring some of the world's best martial artists and world champions, all signed to exclusive contracts, on the largest media broadcast in Asia. In addition to its digital platforms, ONE Championship broadcasts to over 1 billion potential viewers across 128+ countries around the world with some of the largest global broadcasters, including FOX Sports, Setanta, MNC, Astro, Thairath TV, ABS-CBN, TV5, MYTV, HTV, OSN and more.

Friday, September 8, 2017

Mooncakes by Marriott Manila is Your Mid-Autumn Festival Must-have



 Known as the second grandest  fair in Chinese culture, the Mid-Autumn Festival preparations has started at Marriott Manila as it offers the festival’s hallmark of traditions – Mooncake. Mooncakes symbolize family togetherness and prosperity for the reunions or gatherings made during the festival. 

Sealed in an elegant oriental two-layer box, mooncakes by Marriott are meticulously handcrafted and come in variety of fillings that are authentic to Chinese customs. Flavors include the white lotus that has a fragrant and sweet taste; red bean on the other has earthy and lingering sweetness to it; and pineapple paste is a zesty surprise to the collection. 

This must-have mooncake can be purchase per piece at Php288 nett or box of 8 pieces for Php 2,488nett.  Now available at their Marriott Café Bakery, located at the ground floor of the Main Hotel, and at Man Ho Chinese restaurant, which is at the ground floor of West Wing.

Join the festivities by sending out this thoughtful gift box or enjoy it for yourself under the brightest moon every year. 

For more information or orders, please call 988 9999 or visit www.manilamarriott.com. To join ongoing conversations, like Facebook.com/MarriottHotelManila, follow @marriottmanila on Twitter and @manilamarriott on Instagram.