Saturday, July 23, 2011

Floyd Mayweather vs Victor Ortiz Free live streaming

Floyd Mayweather Jr., former champion in five divisions and a former pound-for-pound stars of the era, finally end his long vacation and wants to get back on the ring but he is not challenging pacquiao this time he challenges the new welterweight titlist Victor Ortiz on September 17, 2011.

Floyd tweeted "My fans have been waiting long enough. Floyd Mayweather vs. Victor Ortiz. Sept 17, 2011 for the WBC world championship," and confirm that he will fight Victor Ortiz for another tune up fight.

Ortiz (29-2-2, 22 KOs), one of the rising stars in boxing, the southpaw from Garden City but now based in Oxnard, California. He moved up from Jr welterweight and outpointed Berto to win a welterweight title on April 16. I hope Mayweather fight pacquiao as his next opponent since he chooses a good tune up fight which is also a southpaw and an aggressive fighter.

The eight weight division World Champion and the best pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao will settle his trilogy fight against Juan Manuel Marquez once and for all. After all of these fights, most fight fans are still hoping that they will still see the most awaited fight and a fight of a Century Pacquiao vs Mayweather.

You can watch the fight between Floyd Mayweather vs Victor Ortiz via live steaming, you can watch it here I will update this blog during fight night.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Azkals Philippine Team VS Kuwait Free Live Streaming

A Kuwait Home victory would be "massive", but a huge draw against Kuwait would also be sufficient for the Philippine Azkals leave this oil-rich country with a high degree of satisfaction.
As heavy underdogs in their second round clash World Cup qualification, the Azkals choose to be more conservative approach that could turn the game on Saturday night in an evasive encounter at the Mohammed Al-Hammad Stadium in Hawalli.
"1-1 or 0-0 result for us is enormous," said skipper Aly Borromeo. "If we let them whip us here, then a series is over. We are more concerned about the first leg (on Saturday). It 'set the tone for our legs at home."
The Azkals will have turn to accommodate the Kuwaitis for the 2nd leg on, July 28 at the Rizal Memorial Stadium. Tickets for the match are reportedly sold out already.
For now, though, the focus is on the neutralization of an attack boasted of Kuwait, which has a high level of confidence after the impressive victories over Iraq and Saudi Arabia in a four-nation tournament in Jordan last week.
You can watch the game if you are in the Philippines on studio 23 at 11:30pm this coming July 23, 2011. But if you are in abroad you can watch the game via live streaming here. I will be updating this blog on the same day of the game so you can support our Philippine Football Team. Mabuhay Team Pilipinas!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Chili soya chicken

Two years ago I planned on enrolling a cooking class coz’ honestly, I really don’t have such good skill when it comes to cooking. I was thinking that instead of enrolling into a cooking class maybe it’s better to look for recipes on the internet then just try and see if the food that I will cook will taste great. So I did try this Chili soya chicken which I found on this website Home Cooking Rocks.

So here are the ingredients:

1 whole chicken, about 1.2 kg., chopped into serving size pieces
2 Thai chili, sliced vertically
4 cloves of garlic, crushed
1/4 c. of dark soy sauce
1/8 c. of kalamansi (lemon or lime) juice
1/4 c. of honey
3/4 c. of water


Heat a non-stick frying pan. Put the chicken in a single layer and cook until the skins are lightly browned. Flip over and cook the other side for a couple of minutes (until the meat is no longer pink). Put on rest of the ingredients. Pour in about 3/4 c. of water. Bring to boil, reduce the heat, cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Flip the chicken pieces over and simmer for another 10 minutes. Take off the cover, turn up the heat and boil the chicken until the sauce is thick.

So, below is a photograph I took after I cooked this chili soya chicken and I have this feeling that I’ll do great in my kitchen :)