Sabtu, 24 Agustus 2013


Greatest Boxing Collection #417
Saturday August 24 2013 @ StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA
TV: Showtime

DVD #417
Jhonny Gonzalez vs. Abner Mares
co-feature  Victor Terrazas vs. Leo Santa Cruz


Greatest Boxing Collection: #416 (1 dvd)
El San Juan Resort and Casino, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico

GBC #416:
Giovani Segura vs Jonathan Gonzalez - KO 4R- Interim WBO Latino Flyweight Tittle

Selasa, 13 Agustus 2013

Lin Dan's Special DVD (2013 BWF World Championship Matches)

Lin Dan's Special DVD (2013 BWF World Championship)

DVD #1:
Round 64: Lin Dan vs Sattawat Pongnairat (21-6 21-9; 27m)
Round 32: Lin Dan vs Eric Pang (21-14 21-17; 37m)
Round 16: Lin Dan vs Chong Wei Feng (22-20 21-10; 44m)

DVD #2:
Qarter Final: Lin Dan vs Chen Long (21-13 22-20; 65m)
Semi Final: Lin Dan vs Nguyen Tien Minh (21-17 21-15; 49m)

DVD #3:
Final: Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei (16-21 21-13 20-17 Retired; 100m)

DVD #4:
2013 BWF World Championship China Preparation Match: Lin Dan vs Wang Zhengming

1 pcs DVD (Lin vs Lee Chong Wei in 2013 BWF World Championship youtube version and complete until medal ceremony)

Sabtu, 03 Agustus 2013

BWF World Championships 2013

Wang Liao Ji BWF World Championship 2013

                                                  (Lin Dan will compete as Wild Carder)

                                           (Lee chong Wei and Lin Dan Both ready to win)

                                                ( Lin Dan's Wife as TV Comentator)

                                                               (Lin Dan kiss his wife)

                                                   Five times World Championship Winner

BWF World Championships 2013-bc#16

Lee Chong Wei's Coach, Tey Seu Bock:

Today’s final was of high quality. It was between two legendary players. They played really well and it all boiled down to who was mentally stronger,” said Seu Bock.

"My sympathy fate Chong Wei '

Meanwhile, Lin Dan became the most successful men's singles world badminton history with recorded five world title after success in 2006 (Madrid), 2007 (Kuala Lumpur), 2009 (Hyderabad), and 2011 (London).

"I sympathize with the plight of Chong Wei because we are giving the best action for the audience. When I was leading 19-16, he began to experience muscle spasm and I asked him what happened and then I did not think that we are opposing.

"I know he does not want to give up but luck was not on his side. I thank him for being highly motivated opponents show action makes the best, "said Lin Dan.

Videos of the winners of 2013 BWF World Championship can be seen at:

In contrasting fashions, Lin Dan and Ratchanok Intanon swept into history today as the Wang Lao Ji BWF World Championships 2013 ended anti-climactically in Guangzhou, China.

Defending champion and home favourite Lin Dan became the only player to win five world titles when Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei retired match point down due to cramps. Lin was leading 16-21 21-13 20-17 when Lee crouched on the court, unable to continue. The result meant China and Indonesia shared honours on finals day with two titles each.

“People doubted how far I could get having been out of competitive badminton for almost a year. I have shown that what counts is one’s attitude and spirit and the sacrifice one is willing to make,” said a reflective Lin Dan, hailing his opponent’s effort to try and wrest his first World Championship.

“Lee Chong Wei didn’t want to give it up. I’ve had the kind of cramps he had. You cannot move when you’re cramping like that. Sport can be so cruel sometimes.”

The Men’s Singles final did not live up to its billing. Lee was authoritative in the first game and he won it easily but the second was a nightmare for him. The Malaysian made numerous misjudgements of the lines, enabling his opponent to go 12-1 up and easily win the game. Lin was content on playing at a reduced pace with high tosses and Lee was unable to break the rhythm.

Lee took a handy 10-6 lead in the decider but yet again became erratic, allowing Lin to score nine out of the next ten points. Although the top seed showed glimpses of brilliance, he just couldn’t string it all together. Lin Dan got to match point with Lee cramping and rooted helplessly to his spot. Despite medical attention and a valiant effort on Lee’s part to continue, he could not finish the match and had to be stretchered off.

Lin’s victory salvaged the day for China after two upsets. Although the day began auspiciously for the hosts, with Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli retaining their status at the pinnacle of Women’s Doubles, the next match did not follow the script. World No. 1 and Olympic gold medallist, Li Xuerui – the overwhelming favourite – suffered an uncharacteristic lapse in the first game and was eventually blitzed by Thailand teenager Ratchanok Intanon in the Women’s Singles showdown; the riveting contest hinting at the prospect of a new and exciting rivalry.

“Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in Thailand and the Queen’s birthday so this is a gift for my mother and for the Queen,” said the beaming Intanon, hardly able to believe her achievement though admitting she was “relaxed” in the biggest match of her young career.

Down 12-19 in the first game, Intanon closed the gap to 17-19, and then saved three game points before remarkably clinching the opening honours – grabbing ten points to just one by Li. The Thai’s variety of stroke play, control at net and precise smashes helped offset Li’s superior speed and power.

The Chinese forced a third game, but Intanon was able to keep a lead at all times, thanks to some errors from the top seed at crucial moments. The 22-20 18-21 21-14 win meant Intanon, at 18, became the youngest Women’s Singles winner of the World Championships.

Indonesia’s Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir effected an improbable escape act of which Harry Houdini would have been proud, saving two match points to snatch expected Mixed Doubles glory from a shocked Xu Chen and Ma Jin of China. The Indonesians began in stunning fashion, with veteran Natsir intercepting everything at net and Ahmad flying high to smash steeply. After 11-9 in the second game, however, the pattern shifted – Ma Jin asserted herself and Xu Chen sustained pressure with huge smashes.

The lead stayed with the Chinese all through the final game. The only factor that kept the Indonesians in the hunt was Natsir’s brilliance at net. While Ahmad faltered under pressure, she took charge, darting around the front court and clipping sharp winners. It looked over for Indonesia at 18-20 in the third, but Ahmad lifted his game at the critical moment and the Indonesians finally saw a drive go long, to give them a memorable win at 21-13 16-21 22-20.

“This is amazing. We just kept fighting. We had to…this means so much to us and to the people of Indonesia,” said Natsir, whose interviews were interrupted by a call from the President of Indonesia.


* China’s Yu Yang became the only player to win three successive Women’s Doubles titles at the world championships. Yu and Wang Xiaoli began strongly against Korea’s Jang Ye Na/Eom Hye Won, but the Koreans forced a decider. In the final game, the Chinese lifted their level and the Koreans were not even allowed double digits. The match was over in 69 minutes: 21-14 18-21 21-8.

* After the disappointment of losing the London Olympics final, Denmark’s Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen had more bitter pills to swallow, being outplayed in the World Championships final as well. This time it was the turn of Indonesia’s Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan to deny them. Ahsan and Setiawan – the standout pair in Men’s Doubles this season – were in sublime form, winning the title without losing a game. Setiawan’s control and subtle flicks at the net, combined with Ahsan’s booming hits from the back court, saw them to a quick first-game win. Boe and Mogensen recovered to make a fight of it in the second, holding two game points, but the Indonesians caught up and closed out the match 21-13 23-21.

“I knew that with Hendra we could become World champions but I didn’t expect it within a year,” declared a happy Ahsan.

Sumber Berita

Disc #1:
WD_F: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang vs Eom Hye Won/Jang Ye Na (21-14 18-21 21-8; 75m) excellent match

Disc #2:
WS_F: Ratchanok Intanon vs Li Xuerui (22-20 18-21 21-14; 70m) historical match’s

Disc #3:
MXD_F: Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir vs Xu Chen/Ma Jin (21-13 16-21 22-20; 82m) world class match’s

Disc #4:
MD_F: Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan vs Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen (21-13 23-21; 45m) recommended match’s

Disc #5:
MS_F: Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei (16-21 21-13 20-17 Retired; 100m) maestro & classic match’s

Semi Final:
Disc #1:
WD1_SF: Eom Hye Won/Jang Ye Na vs Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei (21-16 21-19; 59m) excellent match
WS1_SF: Li Xuerui vs Bae Yeon Ju (21-5 21-11; 31m)
MS1_SF: Lin Dan vs Nguyen Tien Minh (21-17 21-15; 49m) recommended match’s

Disc #2:
MD1_SF: Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan vs Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng (21-19 21-17; 35m) recommended match’s
WS2_SF: Ratchanok Intanon vs Sindhu P. V. (21-10 21-13; 35m)

Disc #3:
WD2_SF: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang vs Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl (21-14 14-21 21-15; 70m) excellent match
MD2_SF: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen vs Kim Ki Jung/Kim Sa Rang (21-23 21-18 21-18; 75m) thrilling match

Disc #4:
MXD1_SF: Xu Chen/Ma Jin vs Shin Baek Choel/Eom Hye Won (21-15 21-17; 50m) excellent match
MS2_SF: Lee Chong Wei vs Du Pengyu (20-22 21-12 21-15; 80m) world class match

Disc #5:
MXD2_SF: Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir vs Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei (15-21 21-18 21-13; 80m) recommended match’s

Quarter Final:
Disc #1:
WD1_QF: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang vs Jung Kyung Eun/Kim Ha Na (21-11 21-19; 39m)
MS1_QF: Lin Dan vs Chen Long (21-13 22-20; 65m) recommended match’s

Disc #2:
MD1_QF: Kim Ki Jung/Kim Sa Rang vs Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong (21-15 21-16; 42m) excellent match
MD2_QF: Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng vs Hiroyuki Endo/Kenichi Hayakawa (21-13 22-20; 42m) excellent match
WS1_QF: Bae Yeon Ju vs Saina Nehwal (23-21 21-9; 40m)

Disc #3:
MS2_QF: Nguyen Tien Minh vs Jan O Jorgensen (21-8 17-21 22-20; 70m) recommended match’s
MS3_QF: Lee Chong Wei vs Tommy Sugiarto (21-6 21-9; 30m)

Disc #4:
WS2_QF: Ratchanok Intanon vs Carolina Marin (21-18 20-22 21-15; 80m) recommended match’s
WD2_QF: Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl vs Bao Yixin/Zhong Qianxin (21-17 13-21 21-18; 65m) excellent match
MD3_QF: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen vs Angga Pratama/Ryan Agung Saputra (21-13 11-21 21-17 ; 55m) excellent match

Round 16:
Disc #1:
WD_R16: Jung Kyung Eun/Kim Ha Na vs Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna (21-9 21-18; 39m)
MS1_R16: Lin Dan vs Chong Wei Feng (22-20 21-10; 44m)
MD1_R16: Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng vs Hoon Thien How/Tan Wee Kiong (21-19 21-13; 35m) excellent match
WS1_R16: Saina Nehwal vs Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (18-21 21-16 21-14; 52m) excellent match

Disc #2:
MS2_R16: Lee Chong Wei vs Wang Zhengming (21-12 21-7; 37m)
MD2_R16: Lee Sheng Mu/Tsai Chia Hsin vs Ko Sung Hyun/Lee Yong Dae (14-21 21-14 21-19; 56m) recommended match’s
WS2_R16: Li Xuerui vs Lindaweni Fanetri (21-10 21-12; 30m)

Disc #3:
MXD_R16: Shin Baek Choel/Eom Hye Won vs Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen (17-21 23-21 21-18; 80m) recommended match’s
MD3_R16: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen vs Chai Biao/Zhang Nan (21-15 21-18; 37m) excellent match
MS3_R16: Jan O Jorgensen vs Boonsak Ponsana (10-21 21-17 21-18; 65m)

Round 32:
Disc #1:
WD1_R32: Narissapat Lam/Saralee Thoungthongkam vs Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi (22-20 21-17; 50m) excellent match
MS1_R32: Chen Long vs Sho Sasaki (21-15 21-12; 42m) excellent match
WS1_R32: Wang Shixian  vs Pai Hsiao Ma (21-17 21-23 21-11; 84m) excellent match

Disc #2:
MS2_R32: Lee Chong Wei vs Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka (14-21 21-18 21-11; 62m) excellent match
WS2_R32: Saina Nehwal vs Olga Golovanova (21-5 21-4; 23m)
MD1_R32: Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan vs Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata (21-13 21-15; 40m) excellent match
WD2_R32: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang vs Cheng Wen Hsing/Hsieh Pei Chen Hsieh (21-6 23-21; 30m)

Disc #3:
MS3_R32: Lin Dan vs Eric Pang (21-14 21-17; 37m)
MD2_R32: Ko Sung Hyun/Lee Yong Dae vs Rasmus Bonde/Mads Conrad-Petersen (21-12 21-16; 39m) excellent match
MS4_R32: Jan O Jorgensen  vs Chou Tien Chen (21-10 19-21 21-10; 55m) excellent match
WS3_R32: Carolina Marin vs Busanan Ongbumrungpan (21-12 17-21 21-14; 61m) excellent match

Round 64:
Disc #1:
MXD1_R64: Kenichi Hayakawa/Misaki Matsutomo vs Jakub Bitman/Basova (21-16 21-11; 29m)
MS1_R64: Lee Chong Wei vs Scott Evans (21-14 21-15; 40m)
MS2_R64: Du Pengyu vs Shon Wan Ho (21-17 16-21 21-13; 85m) excellent match
WD1_R64: Rie Eto/Yu Wakita vs Chien Yu Chin/Wu Ti Jung (21-19 21-19; 44m)
MS3_R64: Lin Dan vs Sattawat Pongnairat (21-6 21-9; 27m)

Disc #2:
MS4_R64: Chen Long vs Luka Wraber (21-2 21-5; 26m)
WD2_R64: Johanna Goliszewski/Birgit Michels vs Chan Hung Yung/Chau Hoi Wah (21-14 21-13: 28m)
MXD2_R64: Tao Jiaming/Tang Jinhua vs Tan Aik Quan/Lai Pei Jing (21-19 21-7; 38)
WD3_R64: Goh Liu Ying/Lim Yin Loo vs Irina Khlebko/Ksenia Polikarpova (21-13 19-21 21-9; 57m)
MS5_R64: Tommy Sugiarto vs Hans-Kristian Vittinghus (21-18 15-21 21-17; 70m) excellent match

Disc #3:
WS1_R64: Sayaka Takahashi vs Tee Jing Yi (21-17 21-17; 35m) excellent match
MXD3_R64: Chen Hung Ling/Cheng Wen Hsing vs Chris Adcock/Gabrielle White (21-18 21-16; 37m)
MXD4_R64: Muhammad Rijal/Debby Susanto vs Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Miyuki Maeda (10-21 21-17 21-11; 54m) excellent match
MXD5_R64: Xu Chen/Ma Jin vs Mads Pieler Kolding/Kamilla Rytter Juhl (18-21 21-17 21-13; 58m) recommended match’s

Disc #4:
MXD6_R64: Kim Ki Jung/Jung Kyung Eun vs Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (21-18 21-19; 40m) excellent match
MXD7_R64: Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam vs Oliver Leydon-Davis/Susannah Leydon-Davis (21-8 21-11; 26m)
MD_R64: Rasmus Bonde/Mads Conrad-Petersen vs Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki/Hendra Aprida Gunawan (14-21 25-23 21-18; 65m) excellent match
WS2_R64: Carolina Marin vs Adrianti Firdasari (21-15 21-11; 39m)
MXD8_R64: Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei vs Anthony Dumartheray/Sabrina Jaquet (21-11 21-15; 25m)