About: Abbey Muneer
Recent Posts by Abbey Muneer
“Every man I’ve faced; they’ve landed on the canvas. I’m going to continue to do that on May 18,” – Wilder
“I’m sick of seeing this guy walking around with his belt. I’m going to put him down,” – Breazeale
WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder
Defends His Title Against Mandatory
Challenger Dominic Breazeale on Saturday, May 18
Live on SHOWTIME®From Barclays Center in Brooklyn
WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder and mandatory challenger Dominic “Trouble” Breazeale went face-to-face Tuesday at a heated press conference to officially announce their heavyweight title showdown taking place Saturday, May 18 live on SHOWTIME from Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™ and presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
Here is what the press conference participants had to say Tuesday from Barclays Center:
DEONTAY WILDER: “It’s a pleasure to be back here in Brooklyn. Barclays Center is very close to my heart. I’ve been here so many times and I have a real connection to this arena. I’ve had some of my most memorable moments in the ring here.
“It’s always great to get a mandatory out of the way. They’re like flies buzzing in my ear. I just want to get them out of the way so I can do great things for the heavyweight division. I want one champion, one face, one name, but you need a lot of cooperation to make that happen.
“I want to prove to the world that I’m the best. That’s what I believe in my heart. Until someone proves me wrong, I will continue to believe that. Breazeale is the next man in line. I can’t wait for this one.
“I’m just going to show everyone on May 18. The way I feel right now, the fight could be this week. The champion must always be ready for whatever a challenger can bring.
Today, the NYC Parade marches up 5th Avenue and is reviewed from the steps of St. Patrick’s Cathedral by His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York. Since it began, this tradition of marching past St. Patrick’s Cathedral has remained unchanged with the exception of the address. In the early years, the Parade would march past the Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral (now Basilica) located at the corner of Mott and Prince Streets in SoHo.
Today, the Parade starts at 44th Street and 5th Avenue at 11am and proceeds up the avenue to 79th Street. Throughout the day along the Parade route, millions of spectators come to celebrate.
For the first few years, the NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade was organized by military units. However, after the War of 1812, Irish fraternal and beneficial societies took over the duties of hosting and sponsoring the event. Around 1851 the “Irish” 69th Regiment began to lead the marchers. Also at that time, the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) became the official sponsor of the Parade as the individual societies merged under a single Grand Marshal.
The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards to Open March 15 2019 at Noon.
New York’s Next Great Fashion and Foodie Destination Brings More Than a Mile of Shopping and Dining Experiences to Manhattan’s West Side.
The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, New York City’s newest, most exciting and innovative shopping and dining destination, will officially open to the public at noon on Friday, March 15, 2019 as part of the Grand Opening of Hudson Yards.
The one-million-square-foot retail center brings together an unparalleled collection of shopping and dining experiences found nowhere else in New York, including offerings from leading brands in every category from luxury to fast fashion, first stores from many digitally native brands and imaginative cultural exhibitions.
See more about The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards Open March 15 -2019, in our World Liberty TV Luxury Channels and Blogs by Clicking here.
Presented by American Spa magazine, IECSC events draw spa owners, managers, estheticians, cosmetologists, massage therapists, medical estheticians, dermatologists and other industry professionals to the shows.
These experts came together at IECSC New York to discover and learn about the latest trends in the spa industry, as well as purchase products from more than 325 exhibitors.
The success for IECSC New York is enhanced with the co-location with the International Beauty Show (IBS New York), which celebrated its 101st year, making it the longest-running beauty professional event in the industry.
Leading spa and wellness brands lined the sold-out exhibit hall. Industry professionals moved through the packed aisles to meet with exhibitors for the latest in facial treatments, skin care, retail products, cosmetics, equipment/furniture, nutrition and health products, microdermabrasion equipment, permanent makeup, massage products, aromatherapy, spa clothing, electrolysis/hair removal, laser equipment, spa décor, medical spa equipment and more.
In addition to the exhibit hall, the IECSC New York conference program was incredibly well-attended, offering more than 110 classes.
The New York event debuted Targeted Learning Tracks, which were designed to target specific topics pertaining to spa and wellness, including Spa Business, Esthetic Treatments & Ingredients, Organic & Green Living, Social Media & Marketing, Medical Spa and Health & Wellness. Taught by industry experts, leaders and educators.
See exclusive interviews of some of the vendors we found exciting at the International Esthetics, Cosmetics & SPA Conference-2019 , in our World Liberty TV , health, beauty and fitness channels and blogs by clicking here.
IBS New York is the east coast’s leading event for beauty professionals. Each year, the show draws press coverage from hundreds of top tier media outlets. Past media coverage includes, ABC, CNN, NBC, COSMOPOLITAN, UNIVISION, TODAY, MASHABLE, MODERN SALON and many more!
Take a look at the links below to see why beauty professionals consider IBS New York the beauty authority.
The International Beauty Show is the top trade show for members of the professional beauty industry. The show is for beauty professionals only and is not open to the general public.
The show’s main objective is to educate, in effect opening new doors for beauty professionals.
Over 66,500 beauty professionals attend IBS New York.
Included with your one day ticket are nail, hair, makeup, product focused and business classes, taught by well-known, industry professionals.
The show offers presentations by renowned artists on 2 Stages: The Main Stage, featuring hair techniques and trends and The Barbershop Stage, featuring men’s grooming and barbering techniques.
All companies exhibiting at IBS New York either sell or distribute products related to the beauty industry. The show offers exhibitors from top beauty brands!
The tradeshow and conference will be co-located with Healthy Food Expo New York and Coffee Fest, and one badge will grant attendees access to all three events offering the largest food & beverage experience in the Northeast.
Healthy Food Expo New York will bring attendees access to the latest healthy products from organic, vegan, gluten-free and allergy-safe to hormone-free, non-GMO, plant-based, low-sodium, low-fat, and more.
Coffee Fest will bring all things tea and coffee under one roof to provide attendees with the most innovative products in the industry.
See exclusive interviews of many vendors in attendance at The International Restaurant food Show ,Healthy Food Expo & Coffee Fest -2019 in our World Liberty TV Food & Wine Channel and blogs by clicking here.
Vinexpo New York just a few weeks away, organizers have announced the final lineup of conferences, master classes and special features for North America’s leading international exhibition exclusively for the wine and spirits trade.
Led by some of the industry’s foremost experts, the show’s thought-provoking conference sessions will address the top issues impacting the world of wine and spirits while master classes will take a deep dive into particular varietals and wine regions around the world.
Wine Market will look at everything from the continued rise of rosé and sparkling wines to the potential impact of legal cannabis on the wine industry, while Role of Imports in the U.S. Market will investigate the impact of currency fluctuations and evolving consumer tastes on imported wine sales.
Recent Comments by Abbey Muneer
No comments by Abbey Muneer yet.