Top 5 WWE wrestlers who should face Brock Lesnar Share your voice Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: Jon Jones is the overwhelming favourite this weekend, but anything can happen in MMA! MediaNews Group/Los Angeles Dail Today, Saturday March 2, the UFC plays host to UFC 235 and the return of Jon Jones, most likely the greatest fighter on the planet currently competing. He faces off against massive underdog Anthony Smith. The fighters have all made weight and all that’s left it to make the walk.It’s been a while since we’ve had two title fights on one card. But this event is stacked from top to bottom with compelling match-ups.Who’s fighting?Main Card(Starts 10 p.m. ET)Jon Jones vs. Anthony Smith (Light Heavyweight Championship match)Tyron Woodley vs. Kamaru Usman (Welterweight Championship match)Ben Askren vs. Robbie LawlerTecia Torres vs. Weili ZhangCody Garbrandt vs. Pedro MunhozPrelims(Starts 8 p.m. ET)Zabit Magomedsharipov vs. Jeremy StephensMisha Cirkunov vs. Johnny WalkerAlejandro Perez vs. Cody StamannMickey Gall vs. Diego SanchezUFC Fight Pass Prelims(Starts 6:15 p.m. ET)Charles Byrd vs. Edmen ShahbazyanMacy Chiasson vs. Gina MazanyFrankie Saenz vs. Marlon VeraHannah Cifers vs. Polyana VianaWho’s worth watching?There are some great fights on UFC 235, including two title fights. Jon Jones takes on Anthony Smith and Welterweight King Tyron Woodley faces off against Kamaru Usman. Those are both compelling match-ups for their own reasons (although Jones is an overwhelming favourite).But on the undercard there are some must-see bouts.Zabit Magomedsharipov is a rising star and faces his first big test in Jeremy Stephens, a knockout artist and a big leap in competition for Zabit.Cody Garbrandt is coming off two loses to bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw. It’ll be interesting to see how he responds against Pedro Munhoz.But perhaps the most intriguing match-up is Ben Askren vs. Robbie Lawler. World-class wrestler Ben Askren makes his long awaited UFC debut against Robbie Lawler, a fighter with top-notch takedown defence well known for beating wrestlers on the feet. Should be a humdinger.How can I watch or stream the UFC 235 prelims?The Fight Pass prelims can be watched on UFC Fight Pass, which is subscription based.Regular prelims are available on WatchESPN. You can find out more about UFC scheduled content, including pre-show content, on ESPN here.How can I watch or stream the UFC 235 PPV?The main card is pay-per-view. There are a number of ways to watch.You can purchase the event on DirecTV or SlingTV.You can buy the card direct from the UFC website itself. You can also buy it through Amazon.Another option is using your home consoles. The Xbox One has a UFC app which allows you to buy and stream UFC 235 through your console.The PlayStation 4 also allows you to buy the UFC 235 PPV direct through the PlayStation Store. Tags 0 2:48 Sports
Poonam PandeyInstagramAfter India booked a place in the 2019 World Cup semi-finals by pulling off a 28 runs victory over Bangladesh at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground, erotic actor Poonam Pandey decided to go braless to cheer for Team India.Showering her love over Team India, Poonam Pandey posted her braless picture on Instagram and wrote, “Good night Team India” followed a heart-shaped emoji. On every win, Poonam Pandey had been congratulating Team India and treating them with her striptease videos and pictures on social media.During the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Poonam Pandey had pulled all the attention when she promised to pose nude if Team India wins the tournament. And it looks like the actress might pose nude this year as well if India lifts the World Cup trophy.Take a look.
IPO FLOAT COMING UP? An Angry Bird float makes its way down 6th Avenue during the 90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in the Manhattan borough of New York, in this November 24, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Saul MartinezInsanely raging birds launching themselves into buildings and bringing them crashing down on the bad guys is more Hitchcockian than the stuff of gaming legend. But an obscure Finnish startup created one in 2009 with its Angry Birds franchise.Building on its stupendous success since, the franchise will be looking to expand its further offerings with a IPO in the near future, according to a report first filed in online news website The Information.Technology news site The Information, citing unnamed sources, had reported late on Friday that mobile game and animation studio Rovio may be considering an IPO, in case a possible acquisition bid from Chinese Web giant Tencent for $3 billion bid does not materialise.However, Reuters reported on Saturday that Rovio has declined comment that China’s Tencent Holdings is looking to acquire it.”We and our shareholders regularly assess different alternatives to further develop Rovio,” Rovio told Reuters in an emailed statement on Friday when asked about The Information report.”A stock exchange listing at some point in the future could be possible in order to support the continued strong growth of Rovio and its strategic targets. However, Rovio and its owners have not made any decisions regarding a possible IPO,” the company said.The unlikely platoon of foul-tempered fowls and their all-consuming wrath was celebrated, in what Rovio has claimed, is the most downloaded paid app of all time. The game became a phenomenon riding on some sharp gameplay and emotional connections forged on mesmerising user appeal.Rovio has five game studios, including its Match, Slingshot, and Battle studios in Espoo, Finland. It also has a role-playing game studio in Stockholm, Sweden, and a new massively multiplayer online studio in London.Following years of falling earnings, job cuts and divestments, Rovio returned to profit last year as the release of its Angry Birds movie helped boost game sales. It grew its revenues 34 percent to €190 million ($203 million) in 2016, up 34 percent from $150 million a year earlier.Earnings before income taxes (EBIT) were €17.5 million ($18.5 million) in 2016, up from a €21 million loss ($22 million) in 2015. The games division had its best year ever, with revenue growing 40 percent from €113 million to €159 million in 2016.Rovio CEO Kati Levorenta said in February that the gaming vertical and The Angry Birds Movie helped push the company into the black compared to a loss the year before.