Saturday December 1st Theresa models atop gorgeous Harley Davidson bikes from Jacox Harley Davidson’s Mississauga showroom. Also on display are adorable outfits fashioned courtesy of the Jacox Harley Dealership!!! You can check out the fight card by clicking here. The seven-fight card, presented by United Promotions, will feature a main event between Canadian cruiserweight title contender Denton Daley of Brampton and Argentina’s Mauro Adrian Ordiales. Daley enters the fight with a 7-0 record and four knockouts. Congratulations to our ticket winners, Jesse and Dennis each won 2 tickets to attend courtesy of Jacox Harley and offered to anyone who followed Theresa Longo on Twitter and shouted out #2PROBOXINGTickets @theresalongo. Check back for photos and updates after the fights December 1st!
Sadness! The Raptors suffered another loss Saturday.
Tonight saw the Toronto Raptors host the Philadelphia 76ers at Air Canada Center. In honor of Remembrance Day falling on tomorrow’s date, the Raps donned camouflage jerseys for Saturday night’s home game. Raptors have been struggling lately, currently sitting at 1-4, and you can add tonights woeful performance to this dismal rank. The game started off relatively close, Bargnani scored 23 points while DeMar DeRozan added 19, but a horrendous second quarter led to a 93-85 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Jose Calderon added 14 points and 11 assists as the Raptors (now 1-5) dropped their third straight. The Raptors led by 10 points midway through first quarter, but the Sixers outscored Toronto 40-11 to finish the first half with a 52-33 advantage. The Air Canada Centre crowd booed at half time. The Raptors shot a woeful 2-for-20 from the floor and scored just seven points in a horrendous second quarter — Toronto’s worst scoring output in a quarter since 2003 — Raptors coach Dwane Casey must definitely be feeling the pressure. Hopefully the Toronto Raptors will pull off a win upcoming Monday night; where Raptors host Utah Jazz at Air Canada Center. I’ll be at the game Monday November 12 to cheer on the Raptors while modeling with a sleek Ford F150 showing off a Ford Fusion Drive Challenge. Find me at the game and say hi!
Let’s go Raptors!
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September 29th 2012 saw a bevy of beautiful Monster Ladies and pro riders from around the globe entertain thousands of Motocross Fans at Montreal Olympic Stadium. I flashed my pearly whites on the podium as riders crossed the finish line.
From MontrealMotocross.com: ” After winning earlier his MX1 class for the second year in-a-row, Californian Matt Goerke was ready for an encore in the Monster Energy Grand Finale at the Monster Energy Supermotocross, presented by Parts Canada/Thor, on Saturday, September 29. On a shorter track, the match between the top MX2 and MX1 riders proved to be an interesting outing, but eventually, the more powerful 450 cc MX1 bikes swept the podium. Again, as he did in his earlier race, Goerke led all 13 laps to finish eight seconds ahead New Yorker Bobby Kiniry. Third place went to Teddy Maier of Iowa, his first podium finish of the night. Fourth place went to MX2 rider Cole Thompson, who had won the MX2 class race earlier in the night, Thompson of Bridgen, Ontario finished ahead of MX1 rider Tyler Medaglia of Ottawa and Dusty Klatt of British-Colombia. MX2 rider Kaven Benoît took seventh ahead of Jeremy Medaglia.”
From Racer X: ” While most of the world was focused on the international affair of the Monster Energy Motocross of Nations, a different international event also took place with the annual Montreal Supercross in Canada. No surprise who won the race, though, as American Matt Goerke, riding for Team Leading Edge Kawasaki, continued his roll up North, taking both the MX1 final and the Superfinal, which combined 450s and 250s together. Goerke also cleaned up in the motocross nationals up there. ”
Monster Energy delivers our weekend highlights in an exciting video package for all to see!
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What scares you the most? How do you handle your fear? Recently, I participated in a brand new show that will air in future on Space Channel. This event was one of the craziest experiences of my life. I loved every scary minute of it. You will definitely have to tune into Space Channel to keep an eye out for this new, terrifying show.
I was definitely blind sided by what happened after I suited up!!! Really is a fantastic new show.
Comment below: What are you most afraid of? What is the scariest thing that has ever happened to you?
Recently I filmed a spoof with the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting at Chorus Entertainment. The PSA explores the many future possibilities of CBC programming. I had SO much fun shooting at Chorus Entertainment. Everyone on set was really wonderful to work with. We had a lot of laughs in between takes.
Aaron (middle) is ready to wrestle? ! ha!!UncleD & King Lau & I!
View the finished product here:
OK, maybe not yet… but with how the Harper government has been treating our public broadcaster, is Lance Fury so far off? Help stop the CBC Smackdown by taking action at http://www.cbcsmackdown.ca “
Personally, while I do not really have an opinion on the affairs of CBC, I totally had a blast filming this PSA for FoCB.
What do you think the CBC should focus on? Should it run American game shows and American-style reality shows, like Wheel of Fortune or Battle of the Blades?
Should it strive to be more connected to its audience, as the Globe argued in a recent editorial? Or should aspire to better arts programming, as TV critic John Doyle proposes?
Sound off… below…