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The Raw and SmackDown Live brands will converge Sunday night for the 2017 Royal Rumble, one of WWE’s four signature pay-per-views each year and the start of the Road to WrestleMania 33. Royal Rumble begins with a Kickoff Show at 5 p.m. ET and continues with the main card when the pay-per-view begins an hour earlier than usual at 7 p.m. ET live from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

Six of WWE’s nine titles will be on the line Sunday — click here for Royal Rumble predictions — and the Royal Rumble match itself features three big names in Goldberg, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. With only 22 of the 30 entrants announced, there is also the potential for some big-time surprises in the main event.

WWE is basically having two WrestleManias this year, and one of them is being called the Royal Rumble. Set to take place in the Alamodome, all hands are on deck for a supershow that very well may rival its Orlando showcase in April. In fact, the 2017 Royal Rumble is expected to be WWE’s biggest non-WrestleMania event of all time.


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Those were the words of Eddie Hearn at Thursday  afternoon’s final press conference for a card Ortiz will be headlining in Monte Carlo, Monaco. As the managing director of Matchroom Boxing, Hearn recently signed Ortiz after a fallout with Golden Boy Promotions over the summer and, considering the IBF heavyweight titleholder Anthony Joshua fights under the same banner, it seems like Ortiz’s decision to sign with the U.K.-based promoter is inspired by a potential clash with one of the biggest rising stars in the sport.

Knockout machine Luis “King Kong” Ortiz is one of the most exciting fighters in the tradition-rich heavyweight division. Now, he makes his first ring appearance across the Atlantic when he faces Malik Scott from the Salle des Etoiles in Monte Carlo, with an evening replay at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT).

Luis “King Kong” Ortiz (25-0, 22 KOs), 37, originally from Camaguey, Cuba, and now living in Miami, Fla., meets Philadelphia’s Malik Scott (38-2-1, 13 KOs) in a scheduled 12-round contest. Currently boasting a knockout-to-win ratio above 80%, the dangerous Ortiz is on a quest for worldwide recognition and title belts. Scott, 36, is a seasoned pro who fought 13 years before absorbing his first loss in 2013.


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Boxing returns to Monaco on Saturday night, as Matchroom promote a fight card boasting two world title fights and a world class heavyweight bout in the main event.Cuba’s 25-0 Luis Ortiz is one of the most powerful punchers in the world, and the 37-year-old makes his European debut against veteran Malik Scott in Monte Carlo.At 37, time is not on Ortiz’s side, but the Cuban has looked impressive in recent knockout victories over Tony Thompson and Bryant Jennings, and will be looking to defeat his third American opponent in a row.

Liborio Solís is aiming to become the second Venezuelan in recent months to defeat an English fighter when he challenges Jamie McDonnell for the WBA World Bantamweight title in Monte-Carlo on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports.In September, Solís’ countryman Jorge Linares overcame Manchester’s Anthony Crolla with an impressive display of skill and speed and he hopes to make it a Venezuelan double in Monte Carlo and become a two-weight World king in the process.

“Linares did well beating another English fighter but that’s what he did and I have to write my own story,” said Solís.“It’s my turn now. McDonnell is good, he uses his jab well, he throws good combinations, he’s also a strong guy but what I have in my favour also is my World title experience. I have to win this fight round by round and that’s what I’m going to do.”

Standing at 163cm, one of Solís’ biggest issues against McDonnell, who measures 178cm, will surely be the height disparity.“His height could affect me a little bit,” said Solís. “He is quite tall but I have to work him out and nullify the height difference – I’m preparing myself for this. He looks quite fast but I’m also fast and I’ve had five World title fights. I have that experience behind me and I have shown people that I have the tools and potential to win a World title.