Born in Mexico DF, resides in Los Angeles, CA. Former martial arts fighter, 20 years of experience as sportscaster.
He has narrated several world championships and elimination fights both in the United States, Mexico and Europe, he is the world reference in Spanish, he has narrated the most important PPV fights in the last 2 decades.
has become a worldwide brand and the # 1 program in Spanish. No Puedes Jugar Boxeo is a project that was born in 2018 seeking to claim the only sport that cannot be played, with exclusive interviews, coverage and analysis, where original boxing content is published week by week Creator of the phrase No Puedes Jugar Boxeo that has become a worldwide brand and the # 1 program in Spanish. No Puedes Jugar Boxeo is a project that was born in 2018 seeking to claim the only sport that cannot be played, with exclusive interviews, coverage and analysis, where original boxing content is published week by week
Fernando is most known for his telenovelas, such as Maria Isabel and his most popular Rosalinda starring with Mexican superstar Thalia . Carrillo was parto f a music band in Venezuela along with 2 siblings.
Born in Venezuela and educated mostly in London, he is fluent in several different languages including english, spanhish, italian, frencj, talago and others. Carrillo returned to Venezuela and attended the Universidad Central de Venezuela.
From an early beginning Carrillo was a aspiring Young actor and was given the opportunity to appear in televisa. Televisa is the largest televisión network in Hispanic America.
Fernando began his acting career at age 17. ‘The first success came to me at the International Theater Festival of Caracas with the work of’ hurry-Caracas ‘, where I was given the award’. Without a doubt, this was the beginning of a brilliant career. A year later, Fernando was invited to play in a telenovela ‘Lady Rose’. ‘A year of shooting, and it was my first acting challenge. I think I had won, it was a success. “
Fernando Cavazos is based in LA. Founder of The Pig Sound Studios and Chief Mastering Engineer of the Legendary Sound City Center, Fernando has worked in the American and Latin Music Industry for over 25 years. As a Record Producer/Engineer, Fernando has won two Grammy Awards and six Grammy nominations. Fernando has worked with artists including Ricardo Montaner, Gerardo Ortiz, Luis Miguel, Lita Ford and Larry Hernandez. He has also worked on the movie score for Sunset After Dark
Jorge Luis Linares Palencia (born August 22, 1985), best known as Jorge Linares, is a Venezuelan professional boxer who has held the WBA and Ring magazine lightweight titles since 2016. He is a four-time world champion in three weight classes, having previously held the WBC featherweight title from 2007 to 2008; the WBA super featherweight title from 2008 to 2009; and the WBC lightweight title from 2014 to 2016. As of May 2017, he is ranked as the world’s best lightweight by The Ring and BoxRec, and second by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.
Linares made his professional boxing debut managed by the Teiken Boxing Gym in December 2002. He was trained by Sendai Tanaka there, and Antonio Esparragoza who was trained by Tanaka’s master Amílcar Bursa gave Linares the nickname of El Niño de Oro.
The musical roots of Los Originales De La Baja were fostered on top of the local Baja California Sur stages. The parallel dreams of Luis Alejandro Sánchez Abaroa (first voice and harmony), Rigoberto Tapia Fong (requinto) —founders of the group— and Emmanuel de Jesús Orozco Meza (second voice and electric bass) give rise to the musical proposal that we now know as , Los Originales De La Baja, a group that have become known for their progressive adaptation to country music.
Raised in a musical family, DeVille started rapping at the age of two, writing music at age nine, and produced his first hit single “Mamacita” by Baby Bash featuring Marcos Hernandez at age fifteen.
DeVille has produced records for several prominent rappers, such as Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes and Fat Joe, among several others. He is perhaps best known for producing rapper Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock”, as well as Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice”, both of which charted in the top 50 of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Hosted ‘the Main Event’ on KIEV 870, and then later XTRA 1150 ( a three hour show devoted to boxing) from 1996 to 1999.
Joined one of the first boxing websites, ‘House of Boxing’ in 1999, and then later became one of the founders of Maxboxing, that started in 2001, till his departure in 2014. From 2014 to 2018, he was the lead columnist for UCNlive.com. Was a boxing reporter for ESPN.com from 2018 to 2020.
He has written for Ring Magazine, International Boxing Digest and Boxing News. Is the co-host of ‘the 3 Knockdown Rule’ with Mario Lopez, which has become of the most popular boxing podcasts the past several years. Steve has also served as an announcer and analyst for RingTV, Thompson Boxing, 360 Promotions and CBS Sports Network.
Compton rapper the Game emerged as one of the early 2000s’ rawest voices on the West Coast hip-hop scene, with intense autobiographical narratives and a hungry need to assert his lyrical presence. His forceful talent was established from his 2005 studio debut The Documentary, and the rapper moved tirelessly for the next decade and a half, releasing a non-stop string of mixtapes, singles, and excellent albums including 2008’s LAX, 2011’s The R.E.D. Album, and 2019’s Born 2 Rap.
Soon Game and 50 Cent were at war over the former’s reluctance to beef with any and every enemy of G-Unit. Freestyles and mixtapes were spawned in amazing amounts from both sides, and every time a truce seemed possible, things fell apart at the last minute. Dr. Dre was stuck in the middle, and while he never publicly denounced the Game, he passed on working with the rapper for his next effort. Despite Dre‘s absence, Game‘s sophomore release kept its original title of Doctor’s Advocate when it was released in late 2006. Two years later, LAX was released. With fewer mentions of Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, the uneven album found the rapper moving on from his previous obsessions. After periods of retirement talk, the MC had a change of heart and began recording The R.E.D. Album (“R.E.D.” being short for “rededicated”). After several delays and the release of numerous promotional singles, the album was released in August 2011.
In June 2019, the Game released “West Side,” the first single off his ninth album, Born 2 Rap, which was released later that year, landing at number 19 on the Billboard 200. It featured guest appearances by Dom Kennedy, Ed Sheeran, 21 Savage, Anderson .Paak, and others. The rapper had previously announced that it would be his final studio album. He nonetheless returned in 2020 with the non-album single “A.I. with the Braids,” an homage to NBA star Allen Iverson featuring Lil Wayne.
May will mark 11 years of not having stepped into a ring, but the memory of his epic nights in the ring that paralyzed the hearts of locals and strangers is still fresh. His name is Israel Vázquez Castañeda, he is 43 years old, he is originally from Azcapotzalco in Mexico City, he had a 44-5 record with 32 knockouts and many called him ‘Magnificent’.