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sábado - 04/05/2013 a las 16.00 Wladimir Klitschko - Francesco Pianeta (IBF/WBO/IBO Heavyweight Title)

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Wladimir Klitschko - Francesco Pianeta (IBF/WBO/IBO Title)

La transmisión incluirá los momentos más destacados de una jornada de boxeo internacional que promete hacer historia. El campeon de Peso Pesado Wladimir Klitschko expone su titulo ante el italiano Francesco Pianeta.

May 01, 2013 | Klitschko vs. Pianeta open workout
Wladimir Klitschko and Francesco Pianeta held their open workout at the Olympics Training Center in Heidelberg (Germany). Over 800 fans showed up to watch both fighters showing off their boxing skills in preparation for their heavyweight championship fight this Saturday, May 4. IBF, WBA, WBO, IBO and “Ring Magazine” Champion Klitschko and his contender Francesco Pianeta will face off at the SAP arena in Mannheim, Germany.

A video and pictures of the Klitschko and Pianeta open workout are available on the official Klitschko facebook and Google+ page.

The fight will be shown live on RTL in Germany. EPIX will show the fight in the US.


Klitschko out to teach Pianeta a lesson

Wladimir Klitschko's fight with Francesco Pianeta is live on ESPN this Saturday. Click here for details on how to subscribe

Wladimir Klitschko has vowed not to underestimate Francesco Pianeta on Saturday night - but promises to teach the Italian a lesson in the ring.

The Ukrainian puts his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles on the line in Mannheim, Germany, on May 4, but has refused to take his challenger lightly despite being the heavy favourite to emerge victorious from the contest.

"I don't want to and I won't underestimate Francesco Pianeta," Klitschko, who has produced 50 knockouts throughout his career, insisted. "I have prepared how I've should, because I know what to expect."

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Pianeta - based in Germany - has yet to lose in 29 bouts, and Klitschko is wary of the threat the 28-year-old will pose, but is determined to extinguish his opponent's hopes of triumphing on the night.

"He's a young chap who of course doesn't know his limits. They have to be shown to him in the ring," Klitschko added.


Klitschko enters the ring for the first time since November where he defeated Mariusz Wach by a unanimous decision, and "Dr Steelhammer" revealed he finds himself in a situation he has grown accustomed to since establishing himself as the champion he is.

"This is familiar to me, and as I've already said, I have been through this and seen it in others who have fought against me. They see the weaknesses in themselves, and I wish them luck with that."


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Klitschko vs. Pianeta open workout

Wladimir Klitschko and Francesco Pianeta held their open workout at the Olympics Training Center in Heidelberg (Germany). Over 800 fans showed up to watch both fighters showing off their boxing skills in preparation for their heavyweight championship fight this Saturday, May 4. Read more...
April 29, 2013 | Fight week presser in Mannheim

Wladimir Klitschko (59-3, 51 KOs) and Francesco Pianeta (28-0, 15 KOs) participated today in the fight week press conference at the SAP arena in Mannheim to talk about their fight on May 4. IBF, WBA, WBO, IBO and “The Ring Magazine” Heavyweight Champion Klitschko and his undefeated Italian contender Pianeta will face off next Saturday at the SAP arena Mannheim, Germany. Read more...
April 26, 2013 | Watch the presser Klitschko vs. Pianeta via "Hangout On Air" on Google+

WBA/IBF/WBO/IBO World Heavyweight and “The Ring” Champion Wladimir Klitschko and his contender Francesco Pianeta will start with a press conference in the fight week on April 29. Read more...
April 22, 2013 | Wladimir Klitschko boxes for H.I.S

Wladimir Klitschko is getting into the ring with the denim brand H.I.S – not in the opposite corner but as a partner. The boxing World Heavyweight Champion will appear in his title fight against Francesco Pianeta on Saturday 4 May in Mannheim/Germany as H.I.S brand ambassador for the first time. Read more...
April 19, 2013 | Take part at the Pre-Fight Fan Hangout with Wladimir

Dear Klitschko fans, we've got one more special treat for you! There will be another hangout with Wladimir after the official Fight Week press conference on April 29th at 3.30 pm. Now YOU can take part. Read more...
March 21, 2013 | KLITSCHKO - The Movie nominated for Sports Emmy Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) has announced KLITSCHKO as nominee for the 34th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards. The Awards will be given out at the prestigious Frederick P. Rose Hall on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 in New York City. Read more...
March 06, 2013 | Statements from the kickoff presser Klitschko vs. Pianeta

IBF/WBA/WBO/IBO World Heavyweight and “The Ring Magazine” Champion Wladimir Klitschko and challenger Francesco Pianeta participated at a press conference at the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Germany to announce their upcoming fight on May 4. Read more...
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historia Wladimir Klitschko

Wladimir Klitschko[2] (Ukrainian: Володи́мир Володи́мирович Кличко́ [Volodymyr Volodymyrovych Klychko]; born 25 March 1976) is a Ukrainian heavyweight professional boxer. Klitschko is the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring Heavyweight Champion. His older brother Vitali Klitschko is the WBC Heavyweight Champion as of 2013. Klitschko is the longest reigning IBF, WBO & IBO Heavyweight Champion in history with the most title defenses for those organizations. Overall, he is the 5th longest reigning Heavyweight Champion of all time with the 3rd most consecutive title defenses at 13. As of December 2012, Boxrec rates Klitschko as the number 3 pound-for-pound in the world. Ring Magazine currently rates Klitschko as the number seven pound-for-pound boxer in the world.

Since 2005, Klitschko has been the dominant force in the heavyweight division, defeating a majority of the top heavyweights in the rankings. When Klitschko won the IBF title against Chris Byrd there were four separate Heavyweight Champions. Since then, he has unified the IBF, IBO, WBO & WBA belts and defeated the WBA Champion in recess. Following his win over Ruslan Chagaev, Klitschko was awarded the vacant Ring Magazine Heavyweight title.

Wladimir Klitschko
Wladimir Klitschko 2008 02 05.jpg
5 February 2008
Real name Volodymyr Volodymyrovych Klychko
Nickname(s) Dr. Steelhammer
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)[1]
Reach 206 cm (81 in)
Nationality Ukraine
Born 25 March 1976 (age 37)
Semipalatinsk, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 62
Wins 59
Wins by KO 50
Losses 3
Draws 0
No contests 0

Professional career

Klitschko turned professional with Universum Box-Promotion in Hamburg under the tutelage of Fritz Sdunek.

After building an undefeated record of 24–0, he suffered his first loss to journeyman Ross Puritty, who entered the bout with a record of 24–13–1. Wladimir Klitschko's coach, Fritz Sdunek, jumped into the ring and stopped the fight.

On 18 March 2000, Wladimir fought Paea Wolfgramm, whom he fought previously in the 1996 Super Heavyweight Olympic Finals. In their professional rematch, Klitschko knocked Wolfgramm out in the first round.
Klitschko vs. Byrd

On 14 October 2000, in Cologne, Germany's Kölnarena, Klitschko won the WBO Heavyweight Championship from American Chris Byrd by a wide unanimous decision by scores of: 120–106, 119–107 & 118–108, flooring his opponent twice. Byrd had previously upset his elder brother Vitali (who pulled out injured during their bout).

Klitschko registered five successful title defenses (all by TKO) over contenders: Derrick Jefferson, Charles Shufford, Frans Botha, Ray Mercer & Jameel McCline. Klitschko suffered an upset TKO loss to Corrie Sanders. Sanders battered Klitschko for two rounds before knocking him out on 8 March 2003, in Hannover, Germany. The fight was named The Ring magazine Upset of the Year for 2003.
Klitschko vs. Brewster, Castillo, Williamson & Peter

After winning two minor bouts in Germany and enlisting the services of legendary boxing trainer Emanuel Steward, Klitschko again fought for the vacated WBO title on 10 April 2004, in Las Vegas, against Lamon Brewster. Klitschko sent Brewster to the canvas in the fourth round; however, things turned around in the fifth when Brewster's punches began backing him up. Not defending himself and leaning into ropes for support, Klitschko took a standing eight count. On unsteady legs, both fighters fell to the canvas after the bell and the referee stopped the fight for his safety.

Following his loss to Brewster, Klitschko began his journey back towards the top of the heavyweight division. First, he defeated DaVarryl Williamson by technical decision. The fight was stopped due to a Klitschko cut caused by an accidental headbutt. He then knocked out undefeated Cuban contender Eliseo Castillo.

Klitschko then signed to fight undefeated power puncher Samuel Peter in an IBF & WBO eliminator. The much anticipated bout proved to be hugely entertaining. It went some way towards redeeming Klitschko in the heavyweight division. Though Peter scored three knockdowns (two in round 5, one in round 10) Klitschko withstood the Nigerian's power and went on to outbox Peter for a majority of the rounds.
Klitschko vs. Byrd II

On 22 April 2006, in Mannheim, Germany, Klitschko defeated Chris Byrd for a second time, this time by technical knockout, in a contest for the IBF & IBO Heavyweight Championships. Referee Wayne Kelly stopped the fight in the seventh round after a knockdown—Byrd beat the count, but his face was battered and bloody, and the fight was waved off.
Wladimir Klitschko boxing Hasim Rahman, 2008
Klitschko vs. Brock, Austin & Brewster II

He returned in November, facing the arguably the fastest rising contender, undefeated Calvin Brock at Madison Square Gardern, Wladimir had difficulties reaching the akward Brock. After four rounds Harold Lederman had it even at 38–38. However, from fifth round onward, Klitschko became more active and his jab became a factor and Brock became more flat-footed, leaving him easier to hit. Brock was floored in the seventh round, although he barely beat the count, Referee Kelly felt he was in no condition to continue.

Klitschko then defeated mandatory challenger Ray Austin on 10 March 2007, at the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Germany by a second-round knockout with four consecutive left hooks to Austin's head. Klitschko did not use his right hand once during the fight, doing all his work with his left jab and left hook.

Klitschko then avenged one of his previous losses as he defeated Lamon Brewster on 7 July 2007, in Cologne, Germany. Brewster's corner asked the referee to stop the fight at the end of the sixth round. It was later revealed that Klitschko fought most of the fight with a broken middle finger on his left hand.
Klitschko vs. Ibragimov, Thompson & Rahman

Klitschko defeated WBO Heavyweight Champion Sultan Ibragimov at Madison Square Garden in New York City on 23 February 2008 to unify the IBF, IBO & WBO Heavyweight titles. The Klitschko-Ibragimov fight was the first heavyweight unification since Holyfield-Lewis in 1999. The unification clash with Ibragimov proved to be a huge disappointment for fans. Klitschko was very dominant from the first bell. He backed Ibragimov into a corner and proceeded to push down Ibragimov's glove with his left hand so he could not throw a punch. Though Klitschko won every single round the crowd in New York began booing after the second round. The boos and jeers increased as the fight progressed in the same fashion. Ibragimov's corner was almost silent from the sixth round onwards unable to give their man any meaningful advice.

On 12 July 2008, at the Color Line Arena in Hamburg, Klitschko faced mandatory challenger Tony Thompson, in a good action fight. Klitschko controlled the fight with his jab and right hand; Thompson had his moments but was outworked and out skilled for the majority of the rounds, he floored Thompson with a right hand in the 11th round and Thompson didn't beat the count.

Klitschko was scheduled to defend his titles against Alexander Povetkin later in 2008,[8] but on 25 October, Povetkin withdrew from the fight due to an ankle injury. Instead, Klitschko faced Hasim Rahman on 13 December 2008 and won by TKO. This was the third time Klitschko fought at the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Germany. He dominated the fight, winning every round while making good use of his left jab. From the first bell the difference in physical strength was profound. Rahman seemed unable to withstand Klitschko's punch power. The referee finally called a stop to the one-sided contest in the 7th round after Rahman failed to respond to a series of good shots.
Klitschko vs. Chagaev

Klitschko was scheduled to face David Haye, who pulled out within weeks of the fight complaining of a back injury. Salvaging the 20 June 2009 date and venue, Klitschko instead retained the IBF, WBO and IBO Heavyweight titles and also won the vacant Ring Magazine heavyweight title by defeating replacement opponent and Ring No. 3 ranked Ruslan Chagaev when Chagaev retired after an onslaught of punches towards the end of the ninth round. As Chagaev was WBA Champion, the title was not on the line. Klitschko's win over Chagaev was seen as one of his most impressive performances in the ring. He controlled the tempo of the fight from the very beginning and hit Chagaev at will with the jab. He hit Chagaev with several hard right crosses and never allowed him to build momentum. Towards the end of the second round Klitschko caught Chagaev off balance and sent him to the canvas. Chagaev recovered but was dominated thereafter. This win had added significance because even though the WBA title was not on the line, many saw Klitschko as the rightful champion.
Klitschko vs. Chambers

On 9 December 2009, Klitschko's management group, K2 Promotions confirmed that a bout with Eddie Chambers has been agreed to take place in Germany on 20 March 2010. This mandatory title defense, originally scheduled for December 2009 had to be delayed due to a hand injury that Klitschko sustained in training that required surgery.

Klitschko defeated Chambers by knockout five seconds before the end of the final round.[9] He was criticized between rounds by his trainer Emanuel Steward for not fighting aggressively enough despite having won all prior rounds and Chambers only fighting back weakly. Klitschko began punching more often during the final round than he had done before which eventually led to his left hook hitting Chambers to the forehead. The punch made Chambers fall forwards and lost consciousness for an extended period of time. The referee stepped in and called an end to the contest instantly.
Klitschko in Hollenstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany, on 21 May 2010.

Following the match with Chambers, a unification fight between Klitschko and David Haye, who as of May 2009 held the WBA title, appeared to be in the offing. Klitschko called out the Briton on YouTube in April 2010, stating, "I want to send this message to boxing fans and directly to David Haye. David, you've bitched out on fighting both Klitschko brothers twice already and now's the time to make it happen. On behalf of the boxing fans around the world, I am officially calling you out to fight me. You can't run away from me forever and you need to follow through with this fight if you want to be respected. I'm ready. What're you waiting for?"[10][11] Haye's trainer, Adam Booth, has indicated that Haye would be willing to accept the challenge.[12] Both sides began negotiations for a potential fight and the bout was targeted for September.[13] As the negotiations continued to move forward,[14] the unification fight between Klitschko and Haye was expected to take place in Germany rather than England.[15][16] The IBF set a deadline to end negotiations on 17 May. A few days before the 17 May deadline to make the unification bout, Haye said he was interested in fighting the older Klitschko, Vitali, rather than Wladimir.[17] The fight did not materialize and Klitschko took on mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin. On 17 May 2010, the 30-day period of negotiation began for Klitschko to defend his championship against Povetkin.[18] Within this period, discussions to make a fight with Haye were still ongoing.[19] At first, the bout between Klitschko and Povetkin was tentatively scheduled to take place in Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany, on 11 September 2010.[20] In July 2010, it was confirmed that the bout would be taking place in Frankfurt.[21] However, Povetkin, under trainer Teddy Atlas, backed out of the $2 million purse fight.
Klitschko vs. Peter II

Samuel Peter replaced Povetkin for the scheduled fight. Klitschko faced Peter for a second time, as they had fought in 2005 previously. Peter fought Klitschko on 11 September 2010, for the Ukrainian's IBF, WBO & IBO Heavyweight titles. Klitschko won again, by knocking out Peter in the 10th round.[22][23][24] Peter weighed in at 241 pounds, two pounds lighter than their first fight. Klitschko came in at a career heavy of 247 pounds. Both fighters had promised knockouts in the pre-fight build up. Peter started the fight very aggressively and caught Klitschko with a good left hook in the opening minute although Klitschko ended the round well. Peter was caught with three hard right-hands in the second round, one of which seemed to stun him. Peter tried to duck under the Klitschko jab, but was being tied up on the inside. After four rounds the fight became one-sided in Klitschko's favour. Peter's right eye was closing and he was taking heavy punishment. After the ninth round, Peter's trainer Abel Sanchez said he would give him one more round. Emmanuel Steward also implored Klitschko to be more aggressive. Peter swung wildly in the tenth and Klitschko put him down with a concussive combination. Referee Robert Byrd did not start a count and waved the fight off, awarding Klitschko the win by knockout.

Klitschko was set to fight Dereck Chisora on 11 December, but the fight was later called off on 8 December due to Klitschko tearing a muscle in his abdomen.[25][26]
Klitschko vs. Haye
Main article: Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye

On 5 January 2011, it was announced that Dereck Chisora would get his fight with Klitschko. This enraged David Haye's trainer Adam Booth, who described the move as a "disgrace" on a heated live phone-in with Sky Sports News. Booth alleged Haye had met every single one of Klitschko's demands.[27] The fight against Dereck Chisora was rescheduled for 30 April 2011 and was going to take place in SAP Arena, Mannheim.[28] However, on 4 March, it was announced Klitschko pulled out of the fight due to not being fully recovered from a torn abdominal muscle. On 5 March, it was instead announced that the highly anticipated fight against David Haye will take place on 2 July 2011.[29] The fight was contingent on Klitschko's recovery from a torn abdominal muscle injury. The contract was written so that if Klitschko is not fully healed, then Haye would fight his brother, Vitali.[30]

Klitschko fought David Haye in a heavyweight unification fight for the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF, IBO & The Ring Heavyweight titles. The fight took place at the Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany on 2 July 2011.[31][32][33] Klitschko dominated the fight, statistically outlanding Haye nearly 2 to 1. Haye looked to be off his game & unwilling to engage throughout the fight, and revealed afterwards that he had a broken toe. Klitschko won by unanimous decision.[34]

After winning the WBA title, all of the major Heavyweight titles were in the hands of the Klitschko family. Wladimir and Vitali became the first and only pair of brothers to hold all of the heavyweight titles simultaneously.[35]
Klitschko vs. Mormeck, Thompson II & Wach

On 6 October 2011, Klitschko announced his next fight. It was originally to be on 10 December 2011 against the former two time unified World Cruiserweight Champion, French Jean-Marc Mormeck. The fight would have taken place at Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf.[36] It was to be Wladimir's first title defense of the WBA (Super) belt, he won against David Haye. The fight was billed Alle Gürtel. Ein Champion. (All belts. One Champion).[37] However, on 5 December 2011, the fight was cancelled because Wladimir checked into a hospital to have a kidney stone removed. After the removal operation he suffered from fever and inflammation.[38] The fight was rescheduled for 3 March 2012, with Wladimir Klitschko knocking out Jean-Marc Mormeck in the fourth round. On 7 July, he faced Tony Thompson in a rematch in Stade de Suisse Wankdorf, Bern, Switzerland. Tony Thompson had been named as Wladimir Klitschko's mandatory defense by the IBF.[39]

On 7 July 2012, Klitschko faced Tony Thompson for a second time who had worked his way into a mandatory position. Klitschko stopped Thompson in the sixth round after putting him to the canvas with flush right hand shot. It was his 12th consecutive title defense, the 3rd most in heavyweight history.[40]

Klitschko defended his belts in Hamburg on 10 November 2012 via one sided unanimous decision. His opponent for the fight was former undefeated 27–0 (15 KO) polish contender Mariusz Wach. The fight with Wach was the first time in his 16-year pro career he had faced an opponent taller than himself.[41] At 2.02 metres tall with a reach of 2.08 metres, the Kraków-born Wach, who is based in the United States, is 4 centimetres taller than Klitschko with a reach two centimeters longer.[42]
Klitschko vs. Pianeta & Povetkin

At the end of 2012, the World Boxing Association ordered its super-champion Klitschko to fight WBA regular-champion Alexander Povetkin of Russia by 24 February 2013,[43] but the two sides couldn't reach an agreement.[44] WBA let Klitschko have another voluntary title defence before taking on Povetkin, but there should be a signed contract with Povetkin before 28 February, with a new deadline for their bout no later than 31 July.[45][46][47]

Klitschko will take on another undefeated contender, Italian Francesco Pianeta on 4th May. Assuming Klitschko & Povetkin both win their interim bouts, their showdown will take place 31 Aug..[


Heavyweight is a division, or weight class, in boxing. Fighters who weigh over 200 pounds (14 st 4 lb/90.7 kg) are considered heavyweights by the major professional boxing organizations: the International Boxing Federation,[1] the World Boxing Association,[2] the World Boxing Council,[3] and the World Boxing Organization.[4]

For most boxing organizations, the maximum weight for a cruiserweight is 200 pounds. Thus, a fighter whose weight is over 200 lb may not fight as anything but a heavyweight.

Longest reigning heavyweight champions

Below is a list of longest reigning heavyweight champions in boxing measured by the individual's longest reign. Career total time as champion (for multiple time champions) does not apply.

Name Title Reign Title Recognition Successful Defenses
1. United States Joe Louis 11 years, 8 months, 8 days Universal 25
2. United States Larry Holmes 7 years, 3 months, 12 days WBC-to-IBF (+The Ring/Lineal) 20
3. United States Jack Dempsey 7 years, 2 months, 19 days Universal 5
4. United States John L. Sullivan 7 years, 0 months, 9 days Universal 5
5. Ukraine Wladimir Klitschko 6 years, 11 months, 4 weeks and 2 days IBF (+WBA, WBO, The Ring) 13
6. United States Jack Johnson 6 years, 3 months, 10 days Universal 8
7. United States James J. Jeffries 5 years, 11 months, 4 days Universal 7
8. United States Joe Frazier 4 years, 10 months, 18 days NYAC (+WBA, WBC) 9
9. Ukraine Vitali Klitschko 4 years, 6 months, 1 week and 3 days WBC 9
10. United States James J. Corbett 4 years, 6 months, 10 days Universal 1
11. United States Jess Willard 4 years, 2 months, 29 days Universal 1
12. United Kingdom Lennox Lewis 4 years, 2 months, 15 days WBC (+IBF, WBA stripped, The Ring/Lineal) 9
13. United States Rocky Marciano 3 years, 11 months, 29 days Universal 6
14. United States Chris Byrd 3 years, 4 months, 8 days IBF 4
15. United States Muhammad Ali 3 years, 3 months, 16 days The Ring/Lineal, (+WBA, WBC stripped) 10
16. United States Mike Tyson 3 years, 2 months, 20 days WBC (+WBA, IBF, The Ring/Lineal) 9
17. United States George Foreman 3 years, 0 months, 17 days Lineal (+WBA, IBF stripped) 3
18. United States Evander Holyfield 3 years, 0 months, 4 days WBA (+IBF) 4
19. Canada Tommy Burns 2 years, 10 months, 3 days Universal 11
20. United States Michael Spinks 2 years, 9 months, 6 days The Ring/Lineal (+IBF stripped) 3


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Ver en vivo Online la transmisión de Brasil vs Alemania en vivo

Ver en vivo Online la transmisión de Brasil vs Alemania en vivo

En minutos comenzará el partido entre Brasil y Alemania, se disputará a partir de las 17 hs de argentina (GTM -3) y vos podrás verlo en vivo directo y ONLINE por TV Pública, DirecTV, TyC Sports y DeporTV.

Probables Formaciones del partido Brasil vs Alemania

Probables Formaciones del partido Brasil vs Alemania

Brasil 2014 - SemiFinal: La Seleção reciben en el estadio Mineirão, de la Ciudad de Belo Horizonte a Las Aguilas , será a partir de las 17:00 hora argentina, te adelantamos las formaciones que Luiz Felipe Scolari y Joachim Löw Alinearan para el partido Brasil vs Alemania , Seguilo en vivo y en directo Online.

Ver en Vivo Brasil vs Colombia

Ver en Vivo Brasil vs Colombia

Brasil 2014: Toda la Previa  y Transmisión en vivo de Brasil vs Colombia, El DT Cafetero, José Pekerman definió su equipo, sabe claramente  cual será el once que parara en cancha para jugar con Brasil, el anfitrión de este Campeonato Mundial de Futbol.

Alemania vs Francia , Ver Transmisión desde las 13:00 hs Arg

Alemania vs Francia , Ver Transmisión desde las 13:00 hs Arg

Brasil 2014 - Cuartos de Final: : Partidazó por Cuartos de Final que se jugará hoy viernes 4 de julio del 2014 , Alemania espera en carácter de local al Francia y enmarcará este choque el estadio estadio Maracanã, de la Ciudad de Río de Janeiro ¿Quien será el Ganador?

 Probables Formaciones del partido Alemania vs Francia

Probables Formaciones del partido Alemania vs Francia

Las Aguilas y Les Blues, cara a cara en el estadio estadio Maracanã, de la Ciudad de Río de Janeiro a Les Blues , a partir de las 13:00 hora argentina, te adelantamos las formaciones que Joachim Löw y Didier Deschamps Alinearan para el partido Alemania vs Francia , Seguilo en vivo y en directo Online.

Probables Formaciones del partido Argentina vs Bélgica

Probables Formaciones del partido Argentina vs Bélgica

Brasil 2014 - Cuartos de Final: Los Albicelestes viajan al estadio Estadio Nacional, en la ciudad de Brasilia, para disputar con Los Diablos Rojos el boleto que los deposite en Semifinales, será a partir de las 13:00 hora argentina, te adelantamos las formaciones que

Estados Unidos va a por Bélgica - Ver en vivo

Estados Unidos va a por Bélgica - Ver en vivo

Octavos de Final: Un choque Imperdible por la Octavos de Final que se jugará hoy martes 1 de julio del 2014 , Estados Unidos va a por Bélgica y enmarcará este choque el estadio Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador ¿Quien será el Ganador?

Estados Unidos vs Bélgica Transmisión en Vivo Online

Estados Unidos vs Bélgica Transmisión en Vivo Online

Brasil 2014 - Octavos de Final: : Estados Unidos va a por Bélgica choque por Octavos de Final . Se verán las caras el 1 de julio del 2014 y dará comienzo a las 17:00 hora argentina , en el estadio Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador.

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