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Friday, November 30, 2012

11/30/2012- preview of NY Jets and NY Giants, No Shave November comes to an end, more

Hello everyone! I hope all of you had a nice week. I did as November is coming to an end. As you may know, this month was "No Shave November", which meant that any guy who participated did not shave their face for an entire month to raise awareness on prostate cancer. I for one, have participated in No Shave November and survived an entire month. More will be shared as you read along. Here we go!

This Sunday after the "rear-end fumble of doom" game that happened on Thanksgiving night, the New York Jets hope to move on and attempt to get a win against the Arizona Cardinals. Even though the Jets remaining 5 games are teams that are below the .500 mark, my expectations are very low for this game.

The following night, the New York Giants will be on the road to face the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Tonight is Bellator 82 where the main event tonight is Lyman Good vs Andrey Koreshkov in the Welterweight Tournament Final.

Outside of Sports
As I mentioned earlier about No Shave November, there are other names about it such as Beardvember, Novembeard, Noshember, or a similar variation called Movember where it's moustache only. Now, it's not just guys who participate in this, as some women have participated by not waxing/shaving their legs during that month or promote the cause via donations, and spreading the word. You can get more info on this link: http://www.noshember.com/pages/home.php

Here's proof of me growing the beard during No-Shave November:

Also, here are notable people who participated in a similar variation called Movember:

Photo above: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Quarterback

Photo above: Trish Stratus, Former WWE Diva (Don't freak out people, this is just photoshopped. The moustache is computerized for the photo, but the cause is real)

The good news is that tomorrow is December so that means No Shave November ends and Clean Shave December begins tomorrow. And with that, I leave you with a message. Check your prostates people, as I will ASAP. Have a good weekend!


Monday, November 19, 2012

11/19/2012- WWE Survivor Series results, UFC 154 results, New York Jets def St. Louis Rams, more

Hello everyone! I hope all of you had a great weekend as I sure did. Let's cut to the chase shall we. Here we go!

After a long time, I'm officially saying that the New York Jets finally get a win after a 3 game losing streak. Early on, the Jets had a hiccup, but as things went on, the team got their groove on to win the game in that interconference matchup. Here are the highlights:


All I can say is "YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!". However, the team will be on short rest as they will play against the New England Patriots at home in a primetime matchup on NBC this Thanksgiving Thursday night. Therefore, I won't be celebrating for too long. Other Thanksgiving games include the Detroit Lions hosting the Houston Texans in the early game on CBS, and the Dallas Cowboys hosting division rival Washington Redskins in the late game on FOX.

Bellator 81 took place this past Friday at the Ryan Center in Kingston, Rhode Island. Here are the results of the main card:
  • Perry Filkins def Jonas Billstein via unanimous decision
  • Marlon Sandro def Dustin Neace via rear naked choke in Round 1
  • Dave Jansen def Ricardo Tirloni via split decision to advance to the Lightweight Tournament Final
  • Marcin Held def Rich Clementi via submission at Round 2 to advance to the Lightweight Tournament Final
Here are the highlights:

The following night, UFC 154 took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It also marked the return of Georges St-Pierre. Overall, there were 12 fights on the card. 3 were streamed on Facebook/YouTube, 4 aired on FX, while the rest aired on PPV. Here are the results:

  • Darren Elkins def Steven Siler via unanimous decision
  • Ivan Menjivar def Azamat Gashimov via submission at Round 1
  • Matthew Riddle def John Maguire via unanimous decision
  • Antonio Carvalho def Rodrigo Damm via split decision
  • John Makdessi def Sam Stout via unanimous decision
  • Cyrille Diabate def Chad Griggs via submission at Round 1
  • Patrick Cote def Alessio Sakara via DQ at Round 1
  • Pablo Garza def Mark Hominick via unanimous decision
  • Rafael dos Anjos def Mark Bocek via unanimous decision
  • Francis Carmont def Tom Lawlor via split decision
  • Johny Hendricks def Martin Kampmann via KO at Round 1
  • Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre def Interim Champion Carlos Condit via unanimous decision to become the Undisputed UFC Welterweight Champion
Last night, the Survivor Series PPV took place. Overall, there were 7 matches on the card. One Preshow match, and the rest was PPV. Here are the results:

  • 3MB (Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal w/ Drew McIntyre) def Team Co-Bro (Santino Marella and Zack Ryder)
  • Team Clay (Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara, and Rey Mysterio)  def Team Tensai (Tensai, Primo, Epico, Darren Young and Titus O' Neil) in a Survivor Series elimination tag team match
Elimination Order
  1. Brodus Clay eliminated by Tensai
  2. Tensai eliminated by Justin Gabriel
  3. Titus O'Neil eliminated by Tyson Kidd
  4. Epico eliminated by Tyson Kidd
  5. Primo eliminated by Rey Mysterio
  6. Darren Young eliminated by Rey Mysterio
  • Eve def Kaitlyn to retain the Divas Championship
  • Antonio Cesaro def R-Truth to retain the US Championship
  • Sheamus def Big Show via DQ. Big Show retains the World Championship
  • Team Ziggler (Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Wade Barrett, and Alberto Del Rio) def Team Foley (The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Kane, Daniel Bryan, and Randy Orton) in a Survivor Series elimination tag team match
Elimination Order
  1. Damien Sandow eliminated by Kane
  2. Kane eliminated by Dolph Ziggler
  3. David Otunga eliminated by Daniel Bryan
  4. Wade Barrett eliminated by The Miz
  5. The Miz eliminated by Alberto Del Rio
  6. Randy Orton eliminated by Dolph Ziggler
  • CM Punk def John Cena and Ryback in a Triple Threat match to retain the WWE Championship (thanks to outside interference from Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns)
That's all I have to say for now! Have a good Thanksgiving weekend!



Friday, November 16, 2012

11/16/2012- I'm back after a long absence

Hello everyone. I'm back after a very long absence. The reasons why I was absent was mainly due to school work taking over a lot of my free time. Other reasons include me being sad that the Yankees lost the ALCS, Hurricane Sandy (which I was planning to make a comeback before Sandy hit, making my return delayed), and somewhat forgetting that I have the @NYCKNP Blog. I'm back and you already know that the New York Jets are crapping the bed. At least professional wrestling and mixed martial arts will keep me happy as they won't break my heart. I'll make an attempt to make a full blog on Monday (I can't promise anything) since I'll have full material by that time. Until then, stay tuned.