TELEMUNDO CANCIÓN PARA EL MUNDIAL

LA CANCIÓN EXCLUSIVA DE TELEMUNDO PARA EL MUNDIAL, DE J BALVIN, DEBUTÓ EN EL AFTER PARTY DE LOS PREMIOS BILLBOARD DE LA MÚSICA LATINA

The AFTER, la aclamada fiesta oficial organizada por Telemundo y Universal Music Latin Entertainment tuvo lugar la noche de los Premios entre las luces y el glamour de Las Vegas. En la exclusiva fiesta, el DJ y estrella de las redes sociales Gianluca Vacchi, presentó la canción de J Balvin para el Mundial titulada “Positivo’’. Como el mismo nombre dice, el sencillo habla de la actitud que mantenemos todos los latinos cuando de deporte se trata y será la canción con la que nos identificaremos este mundial. Escúchala aquí

“Positivo’’ es una colaboración de J Balvin con el DJ y productor Haitiano Michael Brun, y es parte del álbum Energía de Balvin. Además de la presentación del sencillo, el after party incluyó presentaciones musicales de la cantante y compositora de reggaeton Karol G, que está teniendo gran éxito con su último hit “Pineapple”, así como del DJ Alex Sensation junto a los Latin Mix DJs de Nueva York.

El exclusivo evento se realizó en el club nocturno Jewel del hotel y casino Aria de Las Vegas. Algunos asistentes de la fiesta que pudimos ver caminar la alfombra roja del after party son Luis Fonsi, Diego Boneta, Gaby Espino, Sebastian Yutra, David Bisbal, Jorge Bernal, Alex Sensation, entre otros.

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Atlanta United vs Montreal Impact

Atlanta United Vaults into First Place With a 4-1 Victory

Atlanta, GA – For 70 minutes, the Montreal defense bottled up the potent Atlanta United attack.  Atlanta then unleashed its potent attack, scoring four goals to close out the game and win the match 4-1.

Atlanta dominated the first half time of possession (77%) but found itself trailing early.  Montreal’s Saphir Taider scored on a header in the 13’.

Coach Martino subbed in Tito Villalba to start the second half.  That seemed to ignite the offense.  Almiron scored his first goal on a penalty kick in the 70’ to tie the match 1-1.

Kevin Kratz then scored the game winner in the 78’ on a free kick.  He had just entered the match in the 74’.  He would later add a second goal on another free kick in overtime.  He was awarded Man of the Match for his two goals on two shots performance.

Almiron added a second goal in the 84’ on a beautiful assist by Josef Martinez.  With that goal, Almiron tied Martinez for the league lead in goals at six.  Almiron was awarded the Golden Spike Award for the match.

Except for the early slip up, United’s defense was once again stellar.  Atlanta won its second straight match, improving to 6-1-1.  With the win, Atlanta takes over first place in the Eastern Conference and leads the league in points.

Attendance for the game was 45,039.

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BUCKHEAD FIGHT CLUB

Atlanta, GA– Terri Moss’s Big Boss Enterprises announces the Underground Showdown 2 will be Saturday, November 4, at Buckhead Fight Club, 3293 Buford Hwy. NE #500.

Our first show July 1 was a success, totally sold out, with great action, and we’re expecting more of the same November 4,” said promoter Terri Moss. “I’m bringing back some local favorites, Deonte Brown, Eric Moon and Ray Barlow, and I’m excited to have a women’s WBF bantam weight title between Helen Joseph (14-3-1) and Mandy Fuentes (8-9-5) in our main event- don’t blink when these ladies get i n the ring because they’re ready to battle for this title.”

Rounding out the action at Underground Showdown 2 are featherweights Deonte Brown (1-0) and Gabriel Braxton, (2-18-0); welterweights Ray Barlow (2-0) and Lloyd Wright (0-1-0); featherweights Pablo Cruz (14-2) and Patrick Riley, (11-0). 6-0 super middleweight Eric Moon and 1-0 welterweight Jesus Almonte opponents are TBA.

For more information on Underground Showdown 2, visit buckheadfightclub.com. For tickets, https://undergroundshowdown.ticketspice.com/underground-showdown-2.  Doors open at 4:30 PM, and first bell 6 PM.

CRISTINA FUENTES vs HELEN JOSEPH

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ATLANTA, GA—  The WBF (World Boxing Federation) Bantamweight Title will be on the line November 4th at Buckhead Fight Club when #2 ranked featherweight Helen Joseph (14-3-1) of Nigeria  and Cristina “Mandy” Fuentes from Laredo, Texas (8-9-5) off at the Underground Showdown 2.

“It is going to be a REALLY exciting main event!” promoter 
Terri Moss exclaimed. “Helen Joseph and Cristina Fuentes have faced a real “Who’s Who” of women’s boxing, and they’re out to grab this title and make a statement while doing it. Joseph has a huge Nigerian fan base, and Fuentes will definitely please our diehard home-based Mexican fight fans.  This will be one hard-hitting women’s fight, and I’m super excited to be hosting it here in Atlanta. This fight is going to ROCK the Underground Showdown 2.”

Watch Helen Joseph and Cristina Fuentes battle for the WBF title Saturday, November 4 at Buckhead Fight Club. For information on tickets (coming soon!) and all other Underground Showdown 2 news, visit www.buckheadfightclub.com

CRISTINA FUENTES vs HELEN JOSEPH

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ATLUTD vs Montreal Impact

Atlanta United Grind Out 2-0 Victory

ATLANTA, GA (Sept. 24, 2017) Atlanta United continued its home dominance at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday by defeating Montreal Impact 2-0.  With the win, United moved in to third place in the Eastern Conference and a step closer to locking up a playoff spot.

The United attack scored a goal in each half.  Meanwhile, the defense held Montreal scoreless.  Guzan recorded another clean sheet, his fifth of the season.

Tito Villalba recorded the first goal in the first halftime with a right-footed laser shot past the Montreal goalie.  The assist was credited to Carlos Carmona.

The second and final goal was scored by Jeff Larentowicz in the 73’ on an assist from Julian Gressel.  The goal was Larentowicz’s first of the season.

Gressel had entered the game as a substitute for Miguel Almiron in the 17’.  The early substitution was believed to be related to a leg injury suffered by Almiron.

United looks to protect its home turf in its next match against Wednesday September 27th against Philadelphia Union.  United tied Philadelphia 2-2 back in August.

Attendance for the match was 43,502.