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All the scheduled listings are subject to revision.Here’s an update and profile of each of these cases.Hearing for LaMin Johnson, August 11LaMin Johnson, 46, of Pasadena, was convicted in 1999 for the murder of an Altadena nurse as she was preparing to go to work on January 3, 1997. He was also convicted on about 15 other felony counts stemming from a five-month crime rampage that he and co-defendant Jason Mency, 46, of Monrovia carried out in the west San Gabriel Valley in 1997.Mency was sentenced to 219 years behind bars plus three life prison terms and ordered to pay $600,000 in restitution.The victim, Marsha Lee Birch, was reportedly shot on her porch after she saw the defendants breaking into a vehicle nearby. The mother of four died in her husband’s arms.Hours later, Johnson and Mency were arrested in Monrovia after police investigators saw them throw a purse that when found yielded an ID card in the victim’s name.During the trial, prosecutors said the defendants used police scanners and cut alarm and phone wires to burglarize homes and cars several times a week, and shot anyone who got in the way. They called the series of burglaries one of the worst crime rampages in the San Gabriel Valley.Tuesday’s hearing will be at the Civic Center Criminal Courts Building, at 210 W. Temple St. in Los Angeles.Preliminary Hearing Setting for Daniel Cervantes, August 11Daniel Cervantes, 30, from Pomona, is facing a murder charge in connection with the shooting death of Julio Robles-Castaneda, 22, whose body was found early on November 6, 2019 along the Angeles Crest Highway in Pasadena.Cervantes was arrested the next day on Brigden Road in Pasadena, and pleaded not guilty to the charge.He has been held on a no-release bond of $2 million at the Men’s Central Jail in Los Angeles since his arrest.Arraignment for Telly R, Johnson, August 12Telly R. Johnson, 42, of Los Angeles, is facing a murder charge in connection with the stabbing death of 52-year-old Byron Nettles of Pasadena on March 1, 2019, according to Pasadena police officials and Los Angeles County coroner’s records.The stabbing attack led to the five-hour shutdown of a large, mostly-residential area of Pasadena as police hunted the suspect with a helicopter, ground officers and canine units.Reports said Nettles was the manager for the Euclid Villa Transition Housing facility overseeing occupants maintaining their sobriety and needing housing for their families. He was attacked about 9:05 a.m. at the facility in the 100 block of South Euclid Avenue. Paramedics transported him to the Huntington Hospital in Pasadena where he died of his injuries.During the police search, Mayfield Junior School was placed on lockdown and area residents were asked to shelter in place during the hours-long search.Hours later, the defendant was arrested without incident in the 1900 block of Cordova Street in Los Angeles, by joint police and U.S. Marshals of the Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force.Johnson is currently in custody, with bail set at $2 million.Post-trial Status Conference for Richard Thompson vs. City of Pasadena, August 12Richard Thompson, a former supervisor at Pasadena’s Department of Water and Power, filed a lawsuit against the City of Pasadena alleging he was subjected to retaliation for stating that another City employee, Aurora Isabel, was denied a promotion because of her Latina ethnicity, and then testifying on her behalf at trial in 2015.The backlash allegedly included an accusation that he improperly signed a work order.In the lawsuit, Thompson said the collective retaliatory moves against him impacted his ability to obtain better job positions within the city.On June 7, 2019, a Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded him a sum reported to be approximately $825,000.The status conference in connection with the case will be conducted on Wednesday at Dept. 16 of the County Courthouse, at 111 N. 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“With the wine fairies, people were saying ‘oh that is great for the moms’ but they think it’s neat that the kids can get excited too, the whole family can get excited,” said Quigley. It is also helping those who have been struggling to put food on the table. An idea to have your favorite pizza delivered right to your door. Todd Quigley was looking to spread positivity in Broome County, and he did that with his own Facebook group. “Why not do pizza?” “When you join the group, you comment on whatever school district you belong to,” said Quigley. “It lifts my mood. I am not concentrated on things all the time that are serious and difficult.” “Two or three have reached saying they were having difficulty, and they felt guilty they wouldn’t be able to pay it forward, and I said this group isn’t going anywhere.” Quigley calls it a group that spreads pizza and positivity. “Like” Jacob Seus on Facebook and “Follow” him on Twitter. “It’s just something to lift everyone’s spirits.” “It grew quickly, we are up over 500 members now,” said Quigley. The concept is easy; you deliver someone their favorite pizza. It is something that Quigley said puts a smile on people’s faces in a time where there is a lot of negativity going around BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – After the “wine fairies” Facebook group became a hit in Broome County, Todd Quigley decided to make a new group of his own. “Pay it forward Pizza,” a Facebook group where you can “crust” a member of the community.
Paske said he’s expecting more clarity on June 30, which is when preseason dates will be more concrete. For now, Paske is utilizing this time out of school to improve his game. “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter. Cappellett will attend Elon University in North Carolina, and after a team conference call today, she learned her move in date has been pushed back. “It’s just giving me more time to get ready, and to the point where I need to be,” said Paske. “I was going to go up in July, right around the fourth and start doing workouts with the team and stuff,” Paske said. For Paske, his next stop is playing football at Colgate University. As of right now, everything is as planned. In a worse-case scenario, they will have to wait to begin their collegiate-athletic careers until 2021. Chenango Forks senior Matt Paske and Vestal senior Emilia Cappellett are set to continue their athletic careers this fall. Similarly, Cappellett has workouts provided by Elon, which include running and lifting. Cappellett added she and her friends are looking forward to working out together in preparation, once Vestal’s turf field reopens. Cappellett and Paske said they have not been informed of any changes that may be implemented to make playing amid the pandemic safer. Both added they would find it difficult to play their respective sports wearing masks, if that is enforced. In meantime, both are keeping a positive mindset. “It’s new to everyone and everyone has to go through this change at some point,” said Cappellett. “Especially going into the next season, not having my first season, kind of the transitional season getting used to everything, would be weird,” said Cappellett. Paske added that wouldn’t be ideal, and he hopes it doesn’t come to that. “It gives me more time to prepare for that level of play and the new speed of the game because it will be a little faster than high school.” “Move in day was supposed to be August 3 and it got pushed to August 18. It pretty much affects our season, because now we don’t have much time, maybe a week before our first game and our game schedule is shortened,” Cappellett says. (WBNG) — A number of high school athletes across the Southern Tier are taking their talents to college this fall, but their transition won’t be how they imagined amid the pandemic.
Attachment: Official Gazette: Ordinance on deferment or exemption from payment of tourist tax for persons providing catering services in the household or on a family farm This Ordinance prescribes the postponement or exemption from the payment of the annual lump sum tourist tax in the conditions of special circumstances defined by Article 14a of the Tourist Tax Act. More precisely, it is a matter of reducing the flat tourist tax by 50% and exemption from paying the flat tourist tax for extra beds for 2020 in full. The Ministry of Tourism has published in the Official Gazette the Ordinance on the deferral or exemption from payment of tourist tax for persons providing catering services in the household or on a family farm Otherwise, the tourist tax is due on July 31.07.2020, XNUMX. years. Photo: Booking.com
LONG BRANCHThe city’s Columbus Day Parade is being held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7.In addition, the Columbus Day Harvest Festival will be held from noon to 7 p.m. on Morris Avenue at Westwood Avenue. The festival will include an appearance by the band, The Nerds, and will also include rides, food vendors, a petting zoo, hayrides and many other activities for the entire family.The Columbus Day Parade has a long history in the City of Long Branch, dating back to 1946, and is the perfect setting for the parade because of the diverse nationalities that reside in this city.For the past eight years, Joseph Mercadante has been the parade’s chairman and for the last five years has sponsored the parade with the help of the City of Long Branch. This year the event will honor Monmouth University’s President, Paul G. Gaffney, who will serve as the grand marshal. Gaffney is a retired Navy vice admiral and was president of the National Defense University from 2000 to 2003.The parade will consist of Monmouth University’s Pep Band along with several local high school bands from Long Branch, Shore Regional, Monmouth Regional, as well as other bands. There will also be motorcycles, antique cars, floats from area businesses, Boy/Girl Scout Troops, and state and county officials. HOLMDELBayshore Community Hospital will bring back the tradition of its annual Community Day and 5K Run/Walk from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the hospital, 727 North Beers St.The day kicks off with a timed 5K Run/Walk starting at Bayshore. This is the third and final race in the Meridian Heart and Sole Cup with $3,000 in prize money awarded to the top three overall male and female finishers, as well as the top three male and female finishers by age group.Registration and check-in for the 5K Run/Walk begin at 8:30 a.m. at the hospital’s main entrance. Registration is $20 and can be accessed at www.BayshoreHospital.org/5krace.There will be free kids’ races for children between the ages of 3 and 12 starting at 11a.m. Registration can be obtained on the day of the event or online, and all participants will receive medals.Following the races, Bayshore for Community Day will feature festivities for families and community members of all ages. Enjoy an afternoon of autumnal activities including: pony rides, a petting zoo, jumpie castles, music, pumpkin painting, refreshments, and more. Health information and free screenings will be available including blood pressure, BMI, cholesterol, stroke, and bone density.For more information on the 5K race or community day visit www.BayshoreHospital.org/5krace. MONMOUTH BEACHThe Art Society of Monmouth County will feature a demonstration by sculptor David Colletti at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, 128 Ocean Ave.Colletti’s demonstration will show how he sculptures both in facial and body figures in wax..Colletti has worked in Hollywood and is known for his expertise in sculpting for Hollywood artisans and movie productions and reproducing figures used in the industry.The event is open to the public. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. * * * * *Read to a Dog is a great program to help improve the literacy skills of children. It encourages children to read by providing a non-judgmental listener in our furry friends. Independent readers in K-5 grade will read to a certified therapy dog for 10 minutes.Read to a Dog will take place 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Middletown Township Public Library’s Children’s Quiet Reading Area. The library is located at 55 New Monmouth Road.Preregistration is required and may be made at www.mtpl.org.Funding for the library’s public programs comes from the support of the Middletown Township Public Library Foundation, Inc. FAIR HAVENMaria Grace, education and outreach manager for the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, will present at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, a talk, called the Peregrine Falcons in New Jersey, at the Monmouth County Audubon Society.The meeting will be held at the Church of the Nativity on Ridge Road. The public is welcome; admission is free.Peregrine falcons are doing remarkably well in New Jersey, with more than 20 pairs calling the Garden State home. But this was not always the case – at one time there were no falcons nesting east of the Mississippi. Attendees can learn about the return of the Peregrine falcon to the state and its many “firsts” that led to the successful reintroduction of this hunter of the sky.Grace is the education and outreach manager for the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey. Since 2004, she has been teaching adults and children about New Jersey’s rare and endangered wildlife. Since 2000, she has been connecting people to the natural world through hands on field based programs, interactive classrooms programs, and informative professional development workshops in subjects ranging from water and stream ecology, volunteer monitoring, and New Jersey’s incredible biodiversity. MIDDLETOWNThe Middletown Township Police Department is holding a prescription drug collection day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at police headquarters, located at Town Hall, 1 Kings Highway.The collection is part of the National Take Back Initiative. Organizers will accept medication but no needles.Additional information about the township event is available by calling 732-615-2039. LINCROFTBrookdale Community College will host a veterans’ workshop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, at the Lincroft main campus, 765 Newman Springs Road.The event will be held in the ATEC building, rooms 223 and 224. Parking is closest in lots 4 and 6.Organizing the event is Jerry Russell, a Brookdale operations administer and a U.S. Army retiree. “A variety of services will be shared,” he said.The Monmouth County Veterans Service Team and Brookdale Community College Health Center are coordinating to offer information on New Jersey veterans benefits, Veterans Administration benefits eligibility, resume review, education benefits, VOW and VRAP programs.The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will be on hand to perform blood pressure screenings, offer flu shots and light medical screenings and register veterans for VA medical benefits.For additional information, contact Jerry Russell at 732-224-2068 or email him at [email protected] is also available from the Brookdale Community College Student Health Center nurse, Gwendolyn Evens, at 732-224-2395 or email to [email protected] registration form is available from Victor Alvarado at732-775-1566 or, email to [email protected] * * * * *The Monmouth Center for World Religions and Ethical Thought will sponsor its 13th annual Shanti (Peace) Lecture from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012 at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse, 1475 W. Front St.The Rev. Eric Cherry, director of the International Office of the Unitarian Universalist Association, will present “21st Century Inter-Religious Engagement: New Strategies.”“There are significant moments that serve as markers in our interfaith efforts. The 1893 Parliament of World Religions in Chicago set the stage for a variety of interfaith initiatives during the 20th century, many of which were profoundly important and successful,” Cherry said. “But, in the 21st century, there are new challenges and opportunities which require different strategies and initiatives. This talk will explore 21st century paradigms and examples of interfaith engagement that build peace, understanding, and hope for our world in its current context.”Cherry manages the UUA’s relationships with interfaith partners around the world, supervises the staff of the UU Holdeen India Program and the UU United Nations Office.This event is free and is open to all. A light meal will be served after the formal program at which time you will have the opportunity to continue the dialogue.For more information contact MCWRET Board Member Stevi Lischin at [email protected] or 732 241-7392. MONMOUTH COUNTYThose wanting to learn about Boy Scouting programs in that area may do so Saturday, Sept. 29, during the first countywide Join Scouting Information Day at the Library, sponsored by Monmouth Council, Boy Scouts of America.Representatives from local Cub Scout and Boy Scout Troops will have information tables at libraries including Atlantic Highlands, Colts Neck, Monmouth County Library Eastern Branch in Shrewsbury, Red Bank, Tinton Falls and West Long Branch.Cub Scouts is open to boys in grades 1-5, Boy Scouts is for Boys ages 11 to 18 while Venturing is for co-ed youth ages 14-21.Additional information about joining the Boy Scouts is available at www.BeAScout.org. By entering a zip code on the site, visitors will find a Scouting unit near them.
Webb removed GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Island (CMC): Jeffrey Webb, the disgraced former president of CONCACAF, has finally been removed as president of the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA). CIFA made the announcement in a statement issued after an emergency meeting of its executive Monday night which followed Webb’s guilty plea in a probe into corruption in international football. Webb initially pleaded not guilty to the charges but US Department of Justice officials revealed last week that he has switched his plea and agreed to forfeit more than US$6 million of ill-gotten gains. Putin moves to end WCup 2018 delays MOSCOW (AP): President Vladimir Putin has demanded delays in construction of 2018 World Cup projects be quickly overcome. After chairing a meeting on Russia’s preparations yesterday, Putin says there have been “certain difficulties” at various facilities, and he highlighted the Baltic port of Kaliningrad, where “delays there should be fixed as quickly as possible.”
The board of South African power utility has resolved to commission an independent enquiry, conducted by external parties, to examine the current status of the business and the challenges it faces. Four senior executives will be asked to step down for the duration of the probe.Eskom chairman Zola TsotsiThe board of South African power utility has resolved to commission an independent enquiry, conducted by external parties, to examine the current status of the business and the challenges it faces. Four senior executives will be asked to step down for the duration of the probe.The Eskom board has today resolved to commission an independent enquiry on the current status of the business and its challenges.• Download media statementThe board, in its quest to address the current challenges faced by Eskom, has deemed it prudent to seek an independent view on the status of a number of issues. These include:• The poor performance of generation plant• Delays in bringing the new generation plant on-stream• High costs of primary energy• Cash-flow challenges“To ensure that this process is as transparent and uninhibited as possible,” said Eskom chairman Zola Tsotsi, “the board has also resolved that four of its senior executives, including the chief executive, should step down for the duration of this enquiry.”The executives who have been asked to step down while the enquiry is underway are Tsholofelo Molefe (Finance Director), Dan Marokane (Group Capital) and Matshela Koko (Commercial and Technology). One of the current non-executive board members, Zethembe Khoza, has been asked to assume the position of interim chief executive. Khoza will be supported by Nonkululeko Veleti (Finance), Abram Masango (Group Capital) and Edwin Mabelane (Commercial and Technology).“All these senior executives have been with the organisation a long time and we are confident that they will maintain business continuity during this period,” said Tsotsi.The board also resolved that the independent enquiry be conducted by external parties, who will be selected within the next week. They will be given unfettered rights of access to all information deemed necessary for this probe to be successful.The board has emphasized that this process is a critical step towards ensuring that the situation facing Eskom improves as expeditiously as possible.“To that end, we would like to assure our customers and employees that this was done in the best interest of all our stakeholders, and we hope to come out of this with a better grasp of all the challenges facing the business, and most importantly, with solutions,” said Tsotsi.The interim appointeesMs Nonkululeko Veleti is a registered chartered accountant and has been with the organisation for almost 14 years working in the finance department.Abram Masango, a qualified engineer, has been with Eskom for over 18 years and is currently project director at Kusile. He brings to the role many years of valuable experience, having occupied various senior positions within the organisation.Edwin Mabelane has been with the organisation for 21 years. He is a qualified engineer has been a very senior executive before this appointment. He brings into the role many years of valuable experience.Issued by Eskom Media DeskTel: +27 11 800 3304/3343/3378Cell: +27 82 805 7278Fax: 086 664 7699Email: [email protected]
12 August 2015Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina will lead a team of South African businesspeople on a trade mission to the Ghana and Nigeria from 17 to 21 August, with the goal to find a suitable platform for South African companies to promote and sell products and services in the African market.“The mission will serve as an ideal opportunity for South African companies to export value-added products and services to Ghana and Nigeria, and for penetration of companies that are looking for investment opportunities in these African countries,” the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said yesterday.“The mission presents the DTI with an opportunity to continue to pursue economic collaboration and partnerships with African countries. This as we continue crafting the way forward for economic development and the development of investment in the African continent,” Masina added.South Africa had taken a conscious decision to partner with Nigeria – one of Africa’s fastest growing economies – during their development phases. Both countries, like much of Africa, presented a wealth of business opportunities for South African companies, he said.Bilateral trade between South Africa and Ghana has grown in the last half- decade, from R2.6-billion to R10.8-billion between 2010 and 2014. While trade between South Africa and Nigeria has fluctuated during the same period, it has broadly been upward, going from R20.5-billion in 2010 to R66.2-billion in 2014.Industries earmarked for the trade mission include agriculture and agro- processing, build environment professionals, infrastructure, furniture and wood processing, and mining. The programme will include trade and investment seminars, exhibitions, business to business meetings and site visits.Source: News24Wire
Loans available in every stateSunPower/Admirals Bank loans are available in amounts up to $60,000 and are available all over the country.The company hasn’t responded to requests for more information on the loan program, including when loans might be available and what the terms might be. The company’s web site has a section on its lease program, but nothing so far on the loans.Separately, Admirals offers its own loan program for renewables and energy efficiency improvements, including solar, small wind, and geothermal projects. Those loans are available all over the country.The bank’s website describes a two-tiered loan program, with maximums set at $25,000 and $40,000. In a post at CleanTechnica, Zachary Shahan writes that borrowers in the first tier program must have a credit score of 650 or better. To qualify for a $40,000 loan, you’ll need a credit score of 700 or higher.The interest rate is 4.95%, with terms of between 5 and 20 years.Whether homeowners add solar with a lease, a power purchase agreement or a purchase financed with a loan, payments for electricity may be lower than if the power were purchased from the utility, MarketWatch said. SunPower also points to higher property values with the addition of rooftop solar. Homeowners looking for a way to finance new rooftop solar systems now have more options than local banks and credit unions.SunPower Corp., the country’s second-largest maker of solar panels, said on June 16 it had worked out a $200 million loan agreement with Admirals Bank that would fund residential solar projects over the next two years, according to a report at MarketWatch.And in an expansion of a program first announced in March, solar middleman Solar Mosaic Inc. is making crowdsourced solar loans available directly to homeowners online. Borrowers can apply online in two minutes or less, the company promises.Like solar leasing programs offered by installers such as SolarCity, loans allow homeowners to get into renewables with little or no upfront charges. The difference is that homeowners who lease don’t build any equity in their systems. Mosaic taps crowdsourced investorsUnlike a bank, Mosaic doesn’t have a stack of cash on hand that it can loan to homeowners. Instead, the company appeals to potential investors in a process called “crowdsourcing.” Investors come up with the cash and are repaid by the homeowner via loan payments. Mosaic signs the loan agreement with the homeowner, and a separate deal with investors.Asked for details on how the system works, company spokesman Katie Ullmann referred GBA to a blog written by Ann Werner in May. In it, Werner says the process from application to final permitting takes between three and four months.For the first 18 months of the loan, the interest rate is 4.99%. At that point, homeowners have the option of paying Mosaic an amount equal to the 30% federal tax credit available for renewables, and keeping the 4.99% rate, or pocketing the credit and seeing the rate go to 10%.Investors are earning between 4.5% and 7%, Ullmann said. Mosaic charges investors 0.5%.Terms for the zero-down loans are for up to 20 years, and loan amounts are up to $50,000. For the time being, loans are available only in California, although Mosaic says it plans to expand into other areas later this year.
Ex-NBA player sentenced to prison for selling stolen guns Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics PLAY LIST 00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH02:40Pacquiao ready to go with week left before Thurman fight01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games “The biggest day is coming. This is a true fight, there is a lot of money coming,” Golovkin said.“I bring my belts, all my belts. I feel like a champion. This is my game, this is my fight, I am the boss.” Canelo Alvarez, left, and Gennady Golovkin pose for photographers during a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, in Las Vegas. The two are scheduled to fight in a middleweight title fight Saturday in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)Las Vegas, United States — Now that the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor circus has left town, attention shifts to Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez and their showdown for middleweight boxing supremacy.For those who were disappointed by last month’s so-called superfight between a boxer and a UFC fighter that was staged before a less-than capacity crowd, Saturday’s sold out world title contest at the same T-Mobile Arena will be welcome change.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “We know that in fights, it takes two to tango. I’m ready, and you know what you’ll get from me.”Alvarez, who is gunning for his 50th career win, is coming off a lopsided win over of Chavez on May 6. He beat Chavez by unanimous decision as all three judges scored it 120-108.In his last fight, Golovkin outpointed Daniel Jacobs at Madison Square Garden in New York. Jacobs had an unexpected surge over the final three rounds before losing by a narrow decision which led some to believe that the 35-year-old Golovkin might be starting to show his age.Alvarez’s biggest fight before this one was a 12-round loss to Mayweather in 2013 in an entertaining fight which Mayweather deserved to win. Alvarez was also held to a draw by journeyman Jorge Juarez in 2006 when he was 15.Alvarez’s trainer Eddy Reynoso said his fighter has improved a lot since the Mayweather loss.Learn from mistakes“He is more mature, a more complete fighter,” said Reynoso on Thursday at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. “You always learn something from victories but defeats teach you more.“You can see the mistakes you made and you learn not to go that route again. He learned a lot from that defeat to become a better fighter.”Golovkin is one of the best conditioned athletes in the sport. He even missed the birth of his second child on Friday because he was in the gym training. He stayed in the gym for two hours after his wife, Alina, gave birth to the couple’s first daughter.Golovkin may be the champion but he is not the overwhelming favorite and Sanchez says the crowd inside T-Mobile will be decidedly for Alvarez.Golovkin said even if the crowd is for Alvarez he will enter and leave the ring as the champion. LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Kazakhstan’s three-belt champion Golovkin against Mexico’s biggest star Alvarez is one of the most anticipated fights in years, featuring the most explosive fighters in the division.“This is a fight boxing can be proud of. It is boxing’s biggest fight. It is a fight for history,” said Golovkin.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMost people don’t think this will go the distance as both fighters are skilled ringmasters and have the ability to deliver knockout blows when the opportunity presents itself.They both prefer to do their talking with their fists and their fight was always a matter not of if, but when, as they need each other to validate their places in boxing history. MOST READ Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City LATEST STORIES Read Next Vegas debutGolovkin, who will be making his Las Vegas debut, has fought his entire career at 160 pounds (72.5 kg) while Alvarez, 27, fought just once above 155 — in his last fight against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.The undefeated Golovkin, whose World Boxing Council, World Boxing Association and International Boxing Federation titles will be on the line, said he is expecting the toughest fight of his career against a boxer six years his junior.“This is my biggest fight,” he said. “I worked hard to become of champion of the world. I worked hard with Abel (trainer Sanchez) to stay champion of the world.”Alvarez also expects a difficult fight.“He is the most dangerous opponent of my career, but I’m ready for him and what’s next to come,” said the former WBC and WBA super welterweight champion.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president