WWE Clash of Champions 2017

Clash of Champions 2017 Live Stream Online,is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event and WWE Network event produced by WWE for the SmackDown brand.

WWE Clash of Champions 2017 Live

Date: December 17, 2017 Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Brand: SmackDown 
City: Boston
WWE Clash of Champions 2017

The Road to WrestleMania approaching means stories that will define the most important season in professional wrestling are beginning to emerge. In order to get people excited, WWE will have to take some risks in the near future.

As always with this namesake, this event will feature all of SmackDown’s champions defending their titles, meaning this is essentially the last major chance for WWE to course correct heading into 2018.

While the card is certainly not the most exciting, there does present some possible big changes to the landscape with new champions being crowned and even the potential of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn being fired from WWE.

It is important for WWE to end the year off with a bang and not a whimper, particularly so fans anticipate great things to come for the Road to WrestleMania, so how will this show build momentum?

Here is a breakdown of the full match card and some final picks on just what we may be in store for later this evening.

It would have been a shame for Mojo Rawley’s heel turn to start off without even a match at the next pay-per-view, so while it’s being relegated to the kickoff, it’s at least good that WWE didn’t ignore this feud.

Zack Ryder should be looking for revenge after his teammate turned on him, while Rawley will seek to prove that he was right in saying Long Island Iced Z kept him down.

Once they lock horns, the truth of the matter will be discovered and for all intents and purposes, it needs to end up that Rawley was justified.

At this point in his career, Ryder has probably achieved all the major success he ever will and is better served trying to put Rawley over to help him reach a new level.

If the hyped up Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner comes up short, it will effectively neuter his push immediately, proving that he’s not up to the task of entering the legitimate midcard scene.

A loss to Ryder on the pre-show will demonstrate how WWE views Rawley as an unworthy side act who will probably job out to bigger talent over the next few months if he’s lucky enough to even find himself on the card.

While a win won’t put him in contention to become the next United States champion, it’s at least a start.

AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal
Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn vs. Randy Orton & Shinsuke Nakamura
Charlotte vs. Natalya
The Usos vs. New Day vs. Rusev Day vs. Gable & Benjamin
Baron Corbin vs. Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler
Breezango vs. The Bludgeon Brothers
Mojo Rawley vs. Zack Ryder

Strictly Come Dancing 2017

Strictly Come Dancing 2017 Live Stream Online,By the end of tonight, the champion of Strictly 2017 will be revealed. One couple will triumphantly lift the famous Glitterball Trophy – but who will it be?

Strictly Come Dancing 2017 Live

Strictly Come Dancing 2017

We’ll be updating the Strictly leaderboard as the scores come in LIVE, so make sure to regularly check back to see who’s been impressing the judges. Oh, and check out our guide to the Strictly final – featuring exciting details about the Showdances, the full list of judges’ picks, and everything you need to know about the four remaining contestants.

Ready, steady, rumba! Tonight the lovely Debbie McGee will once more climb aboard her size-elf sparkly sandals, slip into a scrap of age-inappropriate chiffon and launch herself like a glory-bound, glitter-encrusted, neon-blonde rocket, hell-bent on blowing up the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom by the sheer force of her eye-watering splits and flicky kicks.

When the grand finale of this series begins at 6.30pm tonight, the 59-year-old former magician’s assistant will be hoping to shimmy her way into the showbiz record books by becoming the oldest contestant ever to win the show.

And I, for one, will be rooting for her, every quickstep of the way.

Dancing with her professional partner, the Sicilian-born Giovanni Pernice, Debbie has become an unlikely heroine for older women, flying a sequinned flag for the power and potential of the glamorous over-50s.

Without missing a beat, she has proved that there is still a tigress in the tank if you give a girl a steamy soundtrack, a sexy dance and a handsome Italian to wrap her limbs around. Down on Crone Boulevard, Debbie has bust open the locks on the ballroom of broken dreams, making it no longer the sole domain of the fruitier, younger contestants.

Lawler vs Dos Anjos

Lawler vs Dos Anjos Live Stream Online,UFC Fight Night is getting set to land at the Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Canada, this weekend and it will feature fights between some heavy hitters on the main card. Robbie Lawler, Rafael dos Anjos, Ricardo Lamas and Josh Emmett highlight a fight card that may not be putting titles on the line, but promises to have some good — and important — fights nonetheless.

Lawler vs Dos Anjos Live

Date: Saturday, Dec. 16
Start time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Bell MTS Place — Winnipeg, Canada
Channel: Fox (check local listings)

Lawler vs Dos Anjos

Nearly 17 years after his professional debut, Robbie Lawler is trying to hold off the end yet again. In a career that has spanned the near-death and ensuing explosion of MMA, Lawler has authored more than one of his own resurrections after brief periods of doubt about his future. The latest came in July, when, coming off his first-round knockout loss to Tyron Woodley, he rebounded with a unanimous decision over Donald Cerrone.

At Saturday’s UFC on FOX 26, Lawler, who is somehow still just 35 years years old, faces Rafael dos Anjos in a bid for a rematch with Woodley.

Just 18 months ago, the two opponents were simultaneously champions in different divisions — Lawler at welterweight and dos Anjos at lightweight. That’s hardly the only similarity between the two. They are both southpaws. They both favor pressure styles. They both average around 3.5 significant strikes landed per minute, per FightMetric. They both have wins over their one common opponent, Cerrone.

Their paths to the top wildly diverged, however. While Lawler was anointed from the beginning as a future champion, dos Anjos clawed his way into prominence one win at a time.

The two meet in Winnipeg on Saturday with the same personal stakes. Lawler (ranked No. 2) and dos Anjos (ranked No. 4) seek to keep their names in the championship conversation in a division that recently grinded to a standstill.

From an action standpoint, this is the kind of fight to help the division break out of its funk. Let me lay a stunning statistic on you: Lawler has fought 30 times for major organizations (including the UFC, PRIDE, EliteXC and Strikeforce). That action spans 5 hours, 26 minutes and 36 seconds. In all that time, Lawler has never attempted a single submission.

I bring you this statistic as evidence that Lawler’s first, second and last plans involve bludgeoning his opponents until they can no longer stand. In all that time, is it possible that it’s never crossed his mind to throw up his legs for an armbar from the bottom or wrap up a rear naked choke when an opponent gives up his back? It’s just more evidence that Lawler’s “Ruthless” moniker fits him perfectly.

In the most current part of his career, Lawler (28-11, 1 NC) has adopted a philosophy of setting that kind of expectation from the opening bell.

In his most recent match with Cerrone, for instance, he swarmed right out of the gate with a barrage of kicks and punches, both from the clinch and from outside. He walked Cerrone down repeatedly, forcing him to fight off his back foot while Lawler loaded up with straights and hooks. It was an encapsulation of Lawler at his best, all pressure and power.

It’s a tack he’s taken no matter the stakes or his opponent’s strengths; he came out much the same way in his championship-winning performance against Johny Hendricks in December 2014, with a blistering first round.

Lawler is at his best when he’s pushing forward, bouncing and gliding on his feet, changing the level of his targets. Yet he doesn’t always do that. Against Cerrone, he targeted a respectable 25.6 percent of his significant strikes at areas below the head, according to FightMetric. In doing so, he gave Cerrone plenty to consider and adjust to.

But other times, he becomes a head-hunter. Against Rory MacDonald, for instance, 95.5 percent of his significant strike attempts were to the head. It eventually paid off as Lawler finished with a fifth-round TKO, but the late finish saved his reign; he trailed on all three judges’ scorecards heading into the final frame.

In dos Anjos (27-9), Lawler has found an opponent that will be more than willing to meet his aggression. At 155, dos Anjos was a champion but thus far at welterweight, he’s had two fights, defeating both Tarec Saffiedine and Neil Magny.

As previously mentioned, dos Anjos has a similar approach to fighting as Lawler does; however, his method of attack is quite different from Lawler. While Lawler is mostly a kickboxer, with a heavy emphasis on boxer, dos Anjos features much more variety. A fight that is instructive of his diversity was his stunning destruction of Anthony Pettis in capturing the UFC lightweight championship in March 2015.

In that fight, dos Anjos checked all the boxes. He had volume, throwing 233 strikes over the course of the fight. He featured variety, with 44 landed strikes to the head, 27 to the body and 19 to the legs. He changed the plane of the fight, taking Pettis down nine times. It was a tour de force of game planning, adjustments and execution.

At his best, dos Anjos is that kind of fighter, both unpredictable and unrelenting. In some ways, he has to be because he is not gifted with natural fight-ending power. Through his career, he has only five knockouts, but three of them have come since the start of 2014. He’s worked around that by valuing the compilation of strikes and their compounding effects.

Dos Anjos does like to walk opponents down and crowd them, and he’s just as comfortable working from close distance or going all the way into the clinch. But those two spots are his comfort zone. He likes to be inside or all-the-way inside. That is in perfect contrast to Lawler, who doesn’t mind firing off uppercuts and elbows from the clinch, but prefers to back his opponent up to the cage before unloading fire from striking distance.

There are a couple of techniques to look out for in this fight. For dos Anjos, it’s his wrestling entries. It’s unlikely that he plans to stand with Lawler for 25 minutes. At best, he takes the fight down—a tall order since Hendricks only took Lawler down on seven of 27 tries over two fights. At worst, dos Anjos will hope that forcing Lawler to expend energy defending these attempts slows him down late, which could well happen.

For Lawler, it’s the hook and kick to the body. When he defeated Hendricks—the only southpaw he’s fought in the last seven years—It was probably his most valuable tool. While he specifically decided to break Hendricks down from the base as a response to the then-champ’s longstanding weight-cutting issues, Lawler could use the same tactic here to slow dos Anjos’ advances while capitalizing on his own size advantage.

Lawler, at 5-foot-11 and with a 74-inch reach, has a three-inch height and four-inch advantage. That plays well with his favored strategies. dos Anjos will want to crowd him and obstruct his power. Whoever wins that fight within the fight has the upper hand.

There’s still plenty more to consider. Who can better carry the pace through five rounds? Who will be more comfortable in the rare southpaw vs. southpaw matchup? Can dos Anjos take the fight to the ground? Will Lawler finally try a submission?!

OK, the last one of those we probably know the answer to. Lawler won’t be brought to the ground, and that be a main cause of dos Anjos’ struggle. Lawler has the fight-changing power, and a few tastes of it will further make dos Anjos reluctant to get inside. That damage adds up and Lawler walks away with a unanimous decision.

Saunders vs Lemieux

Saunders vs Lemieux

Saunders vs Lemieux Live Stream Online,David Lemieux might be the mandatory challenger, but Billy Joe Saunders is the World Boxing Organization middleweight champion. It was he and his promoter who hold the cards. And it was they who could have forced the challenger to come to them.Saturday night, near midnight at Place Bell, we’ll know whether it was the right decision.

Saunders vs Lemieux Live

WBo World Middleweight Title

Place Bell, Laval, Quebec, Canada

Saunders vs Lemieux

illy Joe Saunders will defend the World Boxing Organisation middleweight title in the greatest pressure fight of his career but vowed on Friday to put David Lemieux “out like a candle” when the bitter rivals square off at the Place Bell in Laval, Quebec, on Saturday night.

Saunders will fight overseas for the first time in his unbeaten professional career, making a third defence against the hard-hitting Lemieux – who has 33 knockouts from 38 wins – in the Canadian’s backyard, but remains unfazed by fighting in hostile territory.

“I’m a fighting man, a gypsy warrior, and I’ll travel anywhere on the planet to defend my world title,” said Saunders. “I’m heading into the lion’s den. Lemieux will have the whole arena behind him but that won’t make one ounce of a difference, I’ll thrive off their hate for me. Once that bell goes it’s just me and him stood in that ring, he’s is for one hell of a tough night.

“I know I can perform under pressure. I’ve boxed since I was 16 all over the world, that was as an amateur but you still get that same fear factor, winning or losing, and travelling away to fights.

“Lemieux shows a lot of heart when he comes to fight but the real truth is, I’m too slick and too good for him. People bang on about him being this monster puncher but you can’t hit what you can’t see,” he explained. “We’re going to play a game of eat the jab and then I’m going to put him out like a candle.  I’m in this game to take on the best and once I’ve wiped out ‘little legs’ I’m coming for Canelo and Golovkin.”

“I’m more excited, actually, just to lay my hands on Billy Joe Saunders more than anything else. He’s got a big mouth. It’s rare I see fighters with such a big mouth.”

Following a loss to Gennady Golovkin in 2015, the challenger is adamant that he is a different fighter than two years ago, and that it would be a different story if the two were to meet in the ring again.

“I’m a whole different guy than I am facing Golovkin. I’m a whole different guy. You put Golovkin back in front of me, and it’s going to be a whole different scenario,” he added.

Lemieux has been on a roll of late, clocking four consecutive wins, including two knockouts, against Glen Tapia, Cristian Rios, Curtis Stevens and Marcos Reyes. He’s a known heavy hitter, which means traditional boxer Saunders will be weary of the dangerous Canadian.

“I’m here to knock him out. I’m here to destroy him every round. It’s 12 rounds. It’s unfortunate for him, but I’m ready for 12 big rounds. I’m excited for this fight to give the fans their money’s worth and finish the year with a new WBO title.

Horn vs Corcoran

How to watch  Horn vs Corcoran Live Stream WBO welterweight world title on the line for the first time when he faces dangerous Englishman Gary Corcoran i Brisbane on Wednesday night. Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran live undercard stream, results, updates, full card Below details & streaming link.

Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran Live
Title: WBO welterweight
Where: Brisbane, Australia
When: December 13
Time: 7.30pm AEDT
Status: Live Stream

Horn vs Corcoran Live

It is Horn’s first title defence since his stunning upset of Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao in July. A win at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Wednesday is likely to secure a shot at unbeaten American Terrence Crawford, one of the world’s best fighters pound-for-pound.

Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran will be The Hornet’s attempt to show everyone just why he’s the WBO Welterweight champion. With controversy surrounding the circumstances under which he won the title against Manny Pacquiao, many have written the Aussie champ off as a boxing pretender.

Frank Greaves, the trainer of challenger Gary Corcoran, watched on intently and wasted no time stoking an already raging fire as he suggested Horn’s camp could be endangering his health with the sort of dramatic weight drop that had the champion reaching for an energy drink only moments after he stepped off the scales having dropped 3kg in half a day.

“He looked dry, he looked very dry in the face,” Greaves said. “Physically speaking, he looked OK from the neck down. But he looked very dry around the mouth and there was a lot of clapping of lips together. He has probably spent ‘x’ amount of time in the bath, training in sauna suits. Lots of fighters do it. I don’t do it with my fighters because, to be honest, there is a lot of life to live after boxing and I think it is dangerous.

“I am not saying they don’t care about him but I wouldn’t allow my fighter to do it because it is dangerous. I think it is risky. Win, lose or draw, I know after the fight I can lay my head on the pillow and know my job is done.

“Boxing is a dangerous sport but I want to be safe first and foremost. I wouldn’t do what they do. It is purely a safety thing.”

Cotto vs Ali Fight

Cotto vs Ali Live Stream

How to watch  Cotto vs Ali Live Stream Fight Time Date TV Info & all fights card. Miguel Cotto (41-5, 33 KOs), one of the best fighters of his generation, is potentially ending his career on his own terms Saturday night.

Cotto vs Ali Fight Live Stream

When: Saturday, Dec. 2 at 10 p.m. ET
Where: Madison Square Garden in New York City
TV: HBO, BoxNation (UK, subscription required)
Live Stream: BoxNation (UK, subscription required)

CBSSports.com’s Brian Campbell called him “the most honest fighter of his generation” for taking on so many challenges throughout career and handling them with transparency:

“Cotto will be remembered for the honest effort he gave in his biggest fights and the consistency of the entertainment in which he regularly provided. A noted family man outside the ring, he was as human and real of a fighter inside it as his generation had to offer and a refreshing boxer-businessman who went a long way in making sure, along with securing big paydays for himself, that the fans still received what they wanted most.”

Ali, his opponent Saturday night, isn’t anywhere near the level of those illustrious names, and that could be why Cotto ends up un-retiring at some point.

Cotto wanted to face the winner of the Gennady Golovkin-Canelo Alvarez bout, but a draw in that blockbuster matchup scrapped those plans. The desire to cap his career with against a high-profile opponent could draw him back to the ring, even as he approaches 40 years old.

Judging by the odds, Cotto’s final bow doesn’t figure to be the kind of kinetic, competitive contest fans have grown accustomed to seeing him in. According to OddsShark.com (as of Thursday, Nov. 29), Cotto is a -1000 favorite (bet $1,000 to win $100), Ali a +600 underdog. Cotto comes into the contest having won four of his last five bouts, the lone defeat coming against Alvarez in November 2015.

In his most recent bout in August, Cotto pummeled Yoshihiro Kamegai for 12 rounds on the way to a decision victory. The clean, powerful combinations Cotto was landing in that bout would have destroyed just about any other fighter, but Kamegai appears to have an indestructible chin.

Ali will have to be much more careful than Kamegai was if he is to have any chance in this bout. The 29-year-old from Brooklyn should feel comfortable fighting in his hometown, but Cotto presents a far greater challenge than any he has faced in his career.

This is the second world-title fight for Ali. He lost by ninth-round TKO to Jessie Vargas in a WBO world welterweight bout early last year, which is the only defeat of his career so far. Ali has won his last three contests since that defeat.

While Cotto has the star power, pedigree and proven skill set, Ali is confident he can upset the man eight years his senior.

“I’m really excited to be fighting at MSG against a legend,” Ali said, per Bad Left Hook’s Scott Christ. “I know what’s in front on me, and I know what I’m stepping up to. I’m different, I’m a bit of a boxer, I can brawl if I need to, and I have my little tricks.”