Jazz s Mitchell collaborates with Marvel, Crayola in latest sneaker drop

In the second version of his signature footware line, the sneaker's name remains a testament to Mitchell's motto of "Determination Over Negativity"......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsSep 4th, 2020Related News

NBA players mourn Black Panther , 42 actor Chadwick Boseman

Boseman, who is most well-known for his role as T'Challa or the Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was a constant presence in NBA activities like All-Star Weekend......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsAug 29th, 2020Related News

With great power comes great…

Yes, you guessed it right. This idea was derived from Toby Maguire’s Spider Man and that Peter Parker’s uncle really had something “great” to say. In fact, there is a great lesson to be learned from this renowned Marvel hero movie line that we can all apply in everyday life. Take driving (or even riding) […] The post With great power comes great… appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 29th, 2020Related News

Introducing: The ‘DIATF’

D.I.A.T.F” is not the acronym for the next Avengers or Marvel story where the Super Heroes are anti-viral micro mutants smaller than Antman......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 22nd, 2020Related News

Indonesian moviemakers bet on homegrown superhero universe

Marvel's Avengers may bring in billions at the box office but Indonesia is taking on the likes of Captain America and Iron Man with its own superhero franchise, tapping into growing global demand for diverse characters......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesMay 14th, 2020Related News

PPGL kicks off 1st Season in support of frontliners

The Philippine Pro Gaming League (PPGL) returns for its third year of nationwide esports competition with a mobile-focused format and a bigger line up of fan-favorite esports titles--Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Rules of Survival mobile--while introducing new ones--Marvel Super War and Call of Duty mobile......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: SportsMay 13th, 2020Related News

7 movies na na-‘quarantine’ dahil sa Covid-19

DAHIL sa pandemic ay maraming big budget Hollywood movies ang hindi naipalabas o maipalalabas soon. Kung fan ka ng Marvel Cinematic Universe, maghihintay ka pa ng hanggang November bago mapanood ang Black Widow at kung fan ka ni Tom Cruise, wait ka muna hanggang before Christmas para sa sequel ng 1986 hit niya na Top […] The post 7 movies na na-‘quarantine’ dahil sa Covid-19 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsApr 27th, 2020Related News

‘Spider Man: Homecoming Sequel,’ ‘Doctor Strange’ and more

Heads up, movie junkies! Disney and Sony revamped original release schedules due to the COVID-19 outbreak. “Mulan” which was set for release last March will open on 24 July 2020 instead, while “Jungle Cruise” will follow a week after. Black Widow’s fans should also hold on tighter as Marvel pushed back its 1 May release […] The post ‘Spider Man: Homecoming Sequel,’ ‘Doctor Strange’ and more appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsApr 26th, 2020Related News

Disney delays Marvel blockbusters but hopes for summer Mulan launch

LOS ANGELES, USA – Disney delayed the releases of more than a dozen major films Friday, April 3, but has not given up on a summer blockbuster with Mulan now penciled in for a July launch despite the coronavirus pandemic. The revised schedule confirmed eagerly awaited Marvel movies Black Widow and The Eternals, as ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsApr 4th, 2020Related News

Mulan, Marvel movies playdates reset

Walt Disney Co. will release the live-action epic “Mulan” in movie theaters in July and Marvel’s “Black Widow” in November, the company said on Friday as it reshuffled a schedule disrupted by the global coronavirus outbreak. Among other changes, Disney postponed the release of a new “Indiana Jones” movie by one year to July 2022. […] The post Mulan, Marvel movies playdates reset appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsApr 4th, 2020Related News

REWIND RANKINGS: Melecio, Rivero, and 16 NBTC All-Stars

The National Basketball Training Centre 24 is now on its third year and through its run, it has been graced by the likes of Kai Sotto, Joel Cagulangan, SJ Belangel, Carl Tamayo, Rhayyan Amsali, and Kevin Quiambao as top three talents. From 2018 onward, a selection committee made up of scribes from ABS-CBN Sports, ESPN5, Spin, and Tiebreaker Times have reviewed the best of the best in the NCAA, UAAP, MMBL, CESAFI-NBTC, and FCAAF and then ranked them in the definitive list of the most promising prospects in the Philippines. That list of names then became the final roster for the annual NBTC All-Star Game. Even before the NBTC 24, though, the grassroots national tournament has organized All-Star Games with 24 of the most promising prospects in the Philippines. And so, wouldn't it be fun if the All-Stars before 2018 will get the NBTC 24 treatment? In this space, the current selection committee will be retroactively ranking the NBTC All-Stars in their respective years from the game's debut in 2012 all the way to 2017. First up, it's the 2016 NBTC All-Stars - and you will be amazed at just how overflowing with talent this class is. --- 2016. This was when LSGH's Ricci Rivero was, hands-down, the best player in the NCAA, but was disqualified from individual awards due to his ejection in an elimination round game. And so, Mike Enriquez of Mapua swooped in to seize MVP, but interestingly, was left out of the NBTC All-Star Game. Over in the UAAP, DLSZ's Aljun Melecio was himself the undisputed top talent, but was no match for the 1-2 punch of Justine Baltazar and John Lloyd Clemente and the well-oiled machine that was National U. Still, never forget that the Bullpups swept the elimination round only to fall short of a perfect season as Melecio proved why he was Season MVP in Game 2 of the Finals. As always, all eyes were on the NCAA and the UAAP, but two of the most sought after recruits actually played outside those tournaments. Chiang Kai Shek's Jonas Tibayan was the most complete player in high school then and his end-to-end game was actually more than enough to let him suit up for the Gilas Pilipinas cadets in the 2017 Southeast Asian Basketball Association (SEABA) Championship. Meanwhile, Tyler Tio was a one-man fireworks show for Xavier and his scoring sprees would lead him to be touted as the next pride of the Golden Stallions. We haven't even mentioned Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan who both made the UAAP Mythical Team, but would have to settle for places outside the top five in our Rewind Rankings as UPIS only had three wins to show - and of course, the NBTC 24 values winning first and foremost. In all, the 2016 NBTC All-Stars counted 10 players from the UAAP, six players from the NCAA, six players from other leagues in Manila, and two players from Cebu. The UAAP, likewise, dominated the top 10 with two Bullpups and a Jr. Archer landing in the top three. Chiang Kai Shek and Xavier also managed to snag two spots in the top six while the NCAA's highest ranking player was a Greenie at no. 4. This is the final NBTC 24 for 2016 - retroactively, that is: 1. Justine Baltazar, C, National U (white no. 11) 2. Aljun Melecio, G, DLSZ 3. John Lloyd Clemente, F, National U 4. Jonas Tibayan, F, Chiang Kai Shek (blue no. 18) 5. Ricci Rivero, G, LSGH 6. Tyler Tio, G, Xavier (white no. 11) 7. Evan Nelle, G, San Beda (white no. 10) 8. Javi Gomez de Liano, F, UPIS 9. Sherwin Concepcion, F, Mapua 10. Juan Gomez de Liano, G, UPIS 11. Sam Abu Hijleh, F, San Beda 12. John Galinato, G, Chiang Kai Shek 13. Jolo Mendoza, G, Ateneo 14. Jed Colonia, G, SHS-Ateneo 15. Gian Mamuyac, G/F, Ateneo 16. Germy Mahinay, C, San Beda 17. Rhayyan Amsali, F, National U 18. Harvey Pagsanjan, G, Hope 19. Jethro Madrigal, G/F, LSGH 20. Will Gozum, C, UPIS 21. Jancork Cabahug, F, UV 22. Marvel Jimenez, G, Hope 23. EJ Agbong, F, Adamson 24. Rendell Lee, G, Xavier.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsApr 1st, 2020Related News

PBA: 'DOTA Boys' plan to raise P1 million for frontliners with 'Lockdown Games'

The "DOTA Boys" are on a mission to help the frontliners battling COVID-19. Magnolia's Marc Pingris is leading the so-called Lockdown Games where the plan is the raise P1 million for the UP Medical Foundation. Ping invites everyone to join the Lockdown Games, where gamers will play Marvel Super War, Call of Duty Mobile, and DOTA2.         View this post on Instagram                   Sali na! Meron na tayong magagawa, masusuportahan pa natin ang #stayhome campaign ng DOH, at makakatulong pa tayo sa #fronliners. Help us raise ONE MILLION PESOS para sa UP Medical Foundation. #LockdownGames sa Marvel Super War, Call of Duty Mobile at DOTA2 - G na! Also:panoorin kami nina Japet, Abai, at Keifer sa DOTA2 Showmatch sa April 6. 630pm Abangan ang iba pang detalye #LakadMatatag #dotaboys A post shared by Marc Pingris (@jeanmarc15) on Mar 23, 2020 at 5:12am PDT "Meron na tayong magagawa, masusuportahan pa natin ang #stayhome campaign ng DOH, at makakatulong pa tayo sa #frontliners," Ping wrote on Instagram. The "DOTA Boys" Ping, June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar, and Kiefer Ravena also plan a DOTA2 showmatch that they plan to stream soon.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 24th, 2020Related News

Huling ‘Black Widow’ trailer, movie poster inilabas na ng Marvel

Manila, Philippines – Inilabas na ng Marvel Studios ang huling trailer at movie poster ng action-packed thriller “Black Widow” nitong Lunes.   Tatagal ng 2 minuto at 30 segundo ang trailer kung saan ipinasilip ang buhay ng bidang si Natasha Romanoff bago siya maging Avengers.   Ipinakita rin ang astig na poster ng pelikula na […] The post Huling ‘Black Widow’ trailer, movie poster inilabas na ng Marvel appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsMar 10th, 2020Related News

Chris & Tom: Superheroes now play elves

In their new movie together, Marvel mainstays Chris Pratt and Tom Holland leave their superhero characters behind to play two teenage elf brothers who embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still magic left in the world in Disney/Pixar’s latest animated masterpiece Onward......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesMar 3rd, 2020Related News

3 exciting matches to watch at ONE: KING OF THE JUNGLE

There will be no shortage of action this Friday, 28 February, when ONE Championship lights up “The Lion City” for ONE: KING OF THE JUNGLE at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.  In the main event, Stamp Fairtex defends her ONE Women’s Atomweight Kickboxing World Title against Janet “JT” Todd in the main event, while Sam-A Gaiyanghadao takes on Rocky Ogden for the inaugural ONE Strawweight Muay Thai World Title in the co-main event.  Three Filipinos will also enter the Circle that night when Honorio “The Rock” Banario tangles with Shannon “OneShin” Wiratchai, Denice “The Menace Fairtex” Zamboanga battles Mei “V.V” Yamaguchi, and Mark “Tyson” Fairtex Abelardo clashes with “Pretty Boy” Troy Worthen.  But the action does not end there. Here are three more must-see match-ups on the card.    Yoshihiro Akiyama vs Sherif Mohamed When Yoshihiro “Sexy Yama” Akiyama competes, everybody watches. That has been the case for pretty much his whole martial arts career, which spans nearly two decades. And not much will change when he battles Sherif “The Shark” Mohamed on the main card.  It will be a battle between two top-notch grapplers – Akiyama bringing in his judo background and Mohamed showcasing his wrestling. They are also two athletes who are more than willing to exchange on the feet, setting up what could be an exciting tactical battle.  And with both men coming off losses, it would not be surprising to see either athlete go for broke in this match.    Amir Khan vs Kimihiro Eto The lightweight division has always been loaded with talent, and the clash between Amir Khan and Kimihiro Eto will highlight that.  With both men looking to solidify their spot in the division, expect non-stop action the moment the opening bell rings.  Coming off a loss against "Crazy Dog" Dae Song Park, Eto would want nothing more than to pick up an impressive win against the hometown favorite to get himself back in contention for the World Title.  Despite coming off a win against Ev “ET” Ting, Khan also has something to prove as he was criticized for playing it safe in the win.    Ritu Phogat vs Wu Chiao Chen 2016 Commonwealth Wrestling World Champion Ritu "The Indian Tigress" Phogat made a successful debut when she stopped Nam "Captain Marvel" Hee Kim in just one round at ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS. Now training at Evolve MMA, the expectations for Phogat are through the roof, and those expectations will only intensify if she defeats “Miss Red” Wu Chiao Chen.  A win for Phogat would add another player to the already loaded ONE women’s atomweight strawweight division. But that will be easier said than done against Chen, who hopes to have a debut to remember by pulling the upset rug from underneath on the Indian wrestler.    ONE Championship returns to “The Lion City” for ONE: KING OF THE JUNGLE this Friday, 28 February, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Three Filipinos in Honorio “The Rock” Banario, Denice “The Menace Fairtex” Zamboanga, and Mark “Tyson” Fairtex Abelardo will also enter the Circle that night.   Catch ONE: KING OF THE JUNGLE on Friday, January 28th, LIVE at 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23! .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 27th, 2020Related News

NBA All-Stars, rookie phenom Zion marvel at fan Obama

    WASHINGTON, USA – Zion Williamson found it crazy to learn that former US President Barack Obama was among his most devoted and dedicated supporters at an NBA All-Star Game event in Chicago on Friday, February 14 (Saturday, February 15, Philippine time). Obama chatted with the 19-year-old rookie star forward of the New ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsFeb 15th, 2020Related News

‘Avengers: Endgame’, waging Best Action Film sa Critics’ Choice Awards

US – Good news sa mga Marvel at Avengers fans! Namayagpag bilang Best Action Film ang pelikulang “Avengers: Endgame” sa 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards. Nakapag-uwi ang pelikula ng dalawang tropeo. Bukod sa naunang parangal, nauwi rin ng epic blockbuster film ng Marvel ang kategoryang Best Visual Effects. Sa kasamaang palad, wala ni isa sa mga […] The post ‘Avengers: Endgame’, waging Best Action Film sa Critics’ Choice Awards appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsJan 13th, 2020Related News

Movies to watch out for this 2020

It is an exciting year for movies and SM Cinema is preparing for new releases just for its patrons. From Marvel Phase 4 to book adaptations and exciting sequels and spin-offs, here are some of our most-anticipated movies in 2020......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesJan 11th, 2020Related News

The King reigns: LeBron James is AP’s male athlete of decade

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press He left Cleveland for Miami, finally became a champion, went back to his beloved northeast Ohio, delivered on another title promise, then left for the Los Angeles Lakers and the next challenge. He played in eight straight finals. No NBA player won more games or more MVP awards over the last 10 years than he did. He started a school. He married his high school sweetheart. “That’s all?” LeBron James asked, feigning disbelief. No, that’s not all. Those were just some highlights of the last 10 years. There were many more, as the man called “King” spent the last decade reigning over all others — with no signs of slowing down. James is The Associated Press male athlete of the decade, adding his name to a list that includes Tiger Woods, Wayne Gretzky and Arnold Palmer. He was a runaway winner in a vote of AP member sports editors and AP beat writers, easily outpacing runner-up Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. “You add another 10 years of learning and adversity, pitfalls, good, great, bad, and any smart person who wants to grow will learn from all those experiences,” James, who turns 35 Monday, told the AP. “A decade ago, I just turned 25. I’m about to be 35 and I’m just in a better (place) in my life and have a better understanding of what I want to get out of life.” Usain Bolt of Jamaica was third for dominating the sprints at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, soccer superstar Lionel Messi was fourth and Michael Phelps — the U.S. swimmer who retired as history’s most decorated Olympian with 28 medals, 23 gold — was fifth. James was revealed as the winner Sunday, one day after Serena Williams was announced as the AP’s female athlete of the decade. In his 17th season, he’s on pace to lead the league in assists for the first time while remaining among the NBA’s scoring leaders. “When LeBron James is involved,” Denver coach Michael Malone said, “I’m never surprised.” Including playoffs, no one in the NBA scored more points than James in the last 10 years. He started the decade 124th on the league’s all-time scoring list. He’s now about to pass Kobe Bryant for No. 3. No. 2 Karl Malone and No. 1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar are within reach. Is Abdul-Jabbar in his sights? Is catching him the new decade’s goal? “I would be lying if I said I don’t see it,” James said. “Obviously I’m not trying to say, ‘OK, well if I play this amount of time, if I average this’ ... I’m not doing that because I’ve never done that with my career. I’ve always just kind of let it happen. Whatever happens, happens. But I see it. I do see it.” His work ethic, even now, makes even those closest to him marvel. Here’s a typical day this past summer for James, who remains obsessed with working even though fame and fortune found him long ago: He’d wake up at 3 a.m. and be at the Warner Bros. lot by 3:45 — where a weight room and court, built just for him, were waiting. He’d be lifting by 4 a.m., getting shots up by 5:30 and be ready to start another day of shooting the remake of “Space Jam” that he has been planning for years by 7 a.m. “That’s who he is,” said Mike Mancias, one of the longest-tenured and most trusted members of James’ inner circle, tasked for more than 15 years with keeping James fit. “He does whatever it takes when it comes to fulfilling his commitments to everything — especially his game and his craft.” The 2010s for James started with “The Decision,” the widely criticized televised announcement of his choice to leave Cleveland for Miami. (Lost in the hubbub: The show raised more than $2.5 million for charity.) He was with the Heat for four years, went to the NBA Finals all four times with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, finally won the title in 2012 — “it’s about damn time,” he said at the trophy celebration — and led the way in a Game 7 win over San Antonio to go back-to-back the following year. “He grew immensely here as a leader,” Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. “He impacted winning as much as with his leadership as he did with his talent. I think that was the most important thing he learned with us. And he’s been able to take that to different franchises and continue using that as a template.” Cleveland was devastated when he left. It forgave him. James returned home in 2014, took Cleveland to four consecutive finals, then led the Cavaliers to the 2016 title and came up with one of the biggest plays of his life by pulling off a chase-down block of Golden State’s Andre Iguodala in the final seconds of Game 7 of that series. And in 2018, he was off to LA. Going Hollywood made so much sense — he’s making movies, has a production company, has a program called “The Shop” as part of his ‘Uninterrupted’ platform featuring an array of guests from Drake to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who signed a bill on the show that will allow college athletes to get paid for the use of their likeness and sign endorsement deals. “There’s a lot of moments from this decade that would be up there, winning the two Miami championships, winning a championship in Cleveland, the chase-down block,” James said. “But the best moment? Definitely marrying Savannah. That would be No. 1.” James and longtime partner Savannah Brinson got married six years ago. They already had two sons — both are very good basketball players already — and added a daughter in 2014. James also spent most of the last decade as a lightning rod for critics. He used his voice often on social matters, speaking out after the killing of unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin and campaigning for Hillary Clinton. He supported Colin Kaepernick’s methods of protesting police brutality and racial injustice. Most recently, he was criticized by many — including top U.S. lawmakers — for his remarks after Houston general manager Daryl Morey sparked a massive rift between the NBA and China by sending out a tweet supporting pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. “I don’t live in regret,” James said. “There’s no moment in this last decade that I wish I could have back. If a situation was bad or you feel like you could have done better, then I learned from it.” He doesn’t know how much longer he’ll play. He laments missing time with his children. His “I Promise” school that opened in 2018 in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, has been an immediate success story, and he wants to see that enterprise continue growing. Some love him. Some don’t. He doesn’t mind. “When you believe in your calling or you believe in yourself, then it doesn’t matter what other people say or how other people feel,” James said. “And if you allow that to stop you or deter you from your mission, then you don’t get anywhere.” And in the 2010s, nothing deterred James......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 30th, 2019Related News

Pinoy Basketball in 2019: High, low, and then High again

Another year, another time when basketball literally did not stop in the Philippines. There was a lot to see when it came to Pinoy hoops in 2019, as if everyone was trying to make sure to end the decade on a bang. It was definitely a pretty hectic year for Philippine basketball, proving time and again that ball truly is life.   SPIDER-MEN, GRAND SLAMS, AND EPIC TRILOGIES The PBA is technically still not over, with the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup stretching all the way to mid January 2020. The country’s top league for sure had a lot happening, perhaps most infamously being in the 2019 Philippine Cup Finals when a random fan dressed as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man stormed the court late in Game 5 between San Miguel Beer and Magnolia. Safe to say, things got crazy. The other PBA Spider-Man, Arwind Santos, saw his signature dunk banned by the league. He also got fined P200k for hurling racial gestures against an opposing import and is now indefinitely suspended by his own team for fighting against his own import. All that with Peter Parker having his identity revealed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (*spoiler alert*) and it’s just been a pretty wacky year for Spider-Men. San Miguel also tried to win a Grand Slam this year, it looked great too as the Beermen won their second title despite being a no. 7 seed and were undefeated almost halfway through the third conference. But just like this current batch of Beermen’s first Grand Slam attempt, they never really got close as Barangay Ginebra ended the bid in round 1 of the Governors’ Cup. Oh and speaking of the Gin Kings, they’re back in the Governors’ Cup Finals... against Meralco. Oh yes, we’re getting a Trilogy. If that’s not the way to start a whole new decade then we don’t know what is.   HIGH, LOW, AND THEN HIGH AGAIN Switching over to Gilas Pilipinas, the national team was pretty busy this year, which is one of the way reasons why the current PBA season is getting dragged all the way to the next decade. After a gloomy ending in 2018, Gilas showed us where the lights shine brightest by booking a trip to the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China. Gilas overcome freezing weather in Kazakhstan to advance, making sure that the Philippines will be stringing together three straight World Cup appearances. Once Gilas got to China though, it appeared that the national team got blinded by said bright lights. Loss after loss after loss after loss after loss, the Philippines ended up finishing in 32nd place out of 32 teams, setting the Gilas program back a couple of notches. But 2019 will not be a lost year though, as Gilas put together an incredible loaded team to put on a show in the Southeast Asian Games in Manila. Win after win after win after win after win, the Philippines ended up with a 13th straight gold medal in the SEA Games.   FLAMING OUT Fresh from a first ABL title in 2018, San Miguel-Alab Pilipinas was off to a sizzling start for the 2019 season, opening with eight straight wins. The team returned most of its title-winning core from the season prior and added behemoth PJ Ramos as a second import. Even with losses here and there, Alab maintained its number one ranking for most of the year... that is until injuries caught up to the team. Alab flamed out it its title defense, first losing the no. 1 seed to Formosa and then getting swept out of the opening round of the playoffs by Hong Kong Eastern, the team they swept in the semis the year before. Ultimately, Alab lost six straight games on its way to giving up its title. Fortunately, Alab has ended the decade with a four-game run and Jimmy Alapag’s crew is currently tied for first place in the new 2019-2020 season.   BRAND NEW KNIGHTS After a banner first conference, the MPBL quickly expanded to an incredible 26 teams. Following a crazy season with 364 games played, and old MBA dynasty in the San Juan Knights emerged as champions, taking down Davao Occidental in a classic five-game series for the title. The Knights’ title conquest came in the middle of the year and the MPBL is back in action, with 31 teams battling it out in the ongoing Lakan Cup. 2019 saw a ton of basketball games to be played, and 2020 looks like there’s no slowing down in terms of hoops action. Let’s get to it.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 26th, 2019Related News