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Sparbar Home Boxing Workouts

2020 and the coronavirus pandemic brought us a work-from-home boom. The pandemic has undoubtedly spurred the working-out-from-home lifestyle. And just when your boss drives you nuts over the daily Zoom calls and general WFH stress, you can find yourself punching the sh*t out of your Sparbar.

The Sparbar is a human-sized, height-adjustable fitness device that works as your boxing coach. It comes with a horizontal punching bar with target markings that will rotate 360° to punch back. With the Sparbar, people can easily find themselves boxing at home. In recent years, there has been a growing hype around boxing exercises and now Sparbar offers these intense exercises at home.

Users can simultaneously learn defensive skills while having fun at the convenience of your home. More specifically, Sparbar teaches core offensive and defensive skills, hand-eye coordination, footwork, balance, speed, stamina, accuracy, timing and power.Sparbar became the most trending home gym experience during lockdown with sky rocketing sales, even celebrities like Kevin Hart and Anthony Joshua are training with this innovative fitness practice.

“Boxing is one of the best sports in the world, and what we find is that more and more people are moving into boxing to find that mental and physical connection in a workout,“ says London-based founder Jasvinder “Jazz” Gill.

Sparbar is not only revolutionizing combat sports, but makes boxing as a sport accessible to everyone. Learn more about elevating your workouts at https://sparbar.com/.

Six-Time World Champ Comes out of Retirement

A former six-time World Boxing champion from Miami is making a highly anticipated comeback to the sport at the ripe age of 40 years old, as part of a mission to reclaim the title once hers and raise the caliber of women’s professional boxing.

Puerto Rico-born Melissa Hernandez has been living in Miami for the last nine years, building a name for herself as one of the region’s most reputable boxing instructors—teaching a hardened class of fitness enthusiasts at the Continuum on South Beach Sporting Club for the last three years. As someone who is self-confessed as Married to Boxing, Hernandez now yearns for gold again, since retiring from the sport in 2016 and while keeping a watchful eye on the women rising up the ranks with utmost contempt for whom she considers as not that great.”

Last year, Melissa re-laced her gloves and returned to her New York gym to resume training at Gleason’s in Brooklyn, where she sparred at the height of her career. While considering Miami her home, she regularly travels to New York to train with her eye on the prize, after recently becoming the number one contender for the World WBC Welterweight Title, currently held by American fighter, Jessica McCaskill. With her new Las Vegas-based manager and promotor in New York behind her, Melissa is determined to de-throne the reigning champion when boxing resumes in the wake of COVID-19.

I decided to retire in 2016 after winning all the titles in my weight class because the purse that came with the glory was ridiculously low says Melissa when asked why she threw in the towel. “I decided to return to the sport because I’ve seen how competitively weak the field has now become and I want to change that. I love working with my classes at the Continuum Sporting Club in Miami Beach and I’ve seen the passion and hard-working talent that comes from Miami as a city with a strong boxing history. I like pushing the envelope and my body and mind feels just as able as I was ten years ago.”

Melissa moved from Puerto Rico to the Bronx in New York with her family in 1984. Melissa’s mother was as scientist and father a psychologist and she attended the Bronx Community College, but dropped out to pursue her love for the arts and a career in film, video and photography after an internship at the Whitney Museum at the age of 15 years old. Melissa wanted to be an editor in film but ended up in the fashion business working for the likes of Patagonia and The GAP in New York City for four years until she was 22 years old.

Melissa admired fellow Puerto Rican boxer, Héctor Camacho, and began hanging-out with friends at a local boxing gym in the Bronx. In 2002 at 22 years old, Melissa started sparring with a trainer who saw tremendous potential and encouraged her to train for participation in the prestigious New York Golden Gloves boxing tournament at Madison Square Garden where she lost in the final. Melissa grew to enjoy her time in the ring and realized she was made for boxing.

After fighting at the USA Boxing Nationals as an amateur, Melissa became certified by USA Boxing in 2003 to train amateur boxers, but was determined to continue with her own career in Florida where she was scouted by a number of trainers. Melissa continued to hone her boxing skills for a year before moving back to New York City, where she continued her training in the Bronx at The Webster Police Athletic League Center. Melissa won the New York Golden Gloves tournament over two consecutive years in 2004 and 2005 and turned pro in the winter of 2005 under the mentorship of trainer Belinda Laracuente. Melissa began training as a professional at the renowned Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn and fought her first WBA Junior Welterweight World Title fight against Kelsey Jeffries in 2006. In the same year, Melissa claimed her first title and became the WIBA Super Bantamweight World Champion after beating Lisa Brown in Edmonton, Canada. By 2008, Melissa became the top ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world and would travel the globe defending her titles and claiming many more along the way, before moving to Florida in 2011 where she would train at the world famous 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach.

After winning six World Boxing titles over a ten-year period, Melissa decided to hang up her gloves in 2016, citing how female boxers were financially being treated unfairly. Over the next several years, Melissa would concentrate on being a successful boxing instructor, teaching at local gyms throughout Miami and building her individual client base for one-on-one instruction. Melissa’s elite talent as a boxing instructor was spotted by a fellow trainer who introduced her to the Continuum Sporting Club in Miami Beach, where Melissa would become immensely popular among the residents and homeowners at the luxury beachfront community.

Last year, Melissa resumed her training at Gleason’s Gym in New York City in her quest to reclaim the WBC Welterweight title that she hopes will be planned for later this year, after winning her first comeback fight in Louisiana in 2019. Known as Melissa “HuracanShark” Hernandez, her previous titles include: WIBA Super Bantamweight, GBU Lightweight World Title, WIBA Lightweight World Title, WIBA Super Featherweight World Title, WBA Intercontinental Featherweight Title, WIBA Interim Lightweight Title, IBS Light Welterweight World Title, WBC Featherweight World Title and UBF Super Lightweight World Title.

While age 40 is considered old for women’s boxing, this doesn’t deter Melissa, who wants to continue fighting for another two years until she claims the one or more titles she vows to bring home to Miami. Her long-term plans are to open her own boxing studio while continuing to paint and discover new art galleries in her spare time. Melissa lives in Miami Beach, Florida and is currently single.

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Tyson Fury has built a great brand but has it come at the cost of his boxing legacy?

Few boxers or even sportsmen for that matter have been able to generate the revenue that Tyson Fury has over the last 18 months. The Englishman has done what many thought impossible after he spent three years outside the ring and ballooned up to over 300 pounds in what was the darkest period of his life.

It was only after beating Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf that Fury’s life began to get away from him. Then a charge of doping that saw his license suspended proved to be the eventual straw that broke the camel’s back. The dark days, however, would pass after Fury linked up with trainer Ben Davison and together they began an exercise program that would see the boxer lose ten stone.

Before long Fury was back in the ring and after a few warm-up fights he was able to take Deontay Wilder all the way in a bout that was deemed to be a draw. It was a controversial decision as many considered Fury to have won, but regardless of the result, the world could see that Fury was back. Fury will, however, be able to right any wrongs when he faces Wilder again and this time he goes in as the favourite priced at 8/11 in the latest boxing odds. The boxing world will stand still for that fight but it was the initial match with Wilder that put Fury’s name up in lights again.

After that night at the Staples Center, the Englishman signed a five-fight contract with ESPN worth £80m. At this stage, Fury was more than making up for lost time and became the cover face of boxing yet again which prompted the WWE to invite him to make a cameo appearance during one of their shows. One thing led to another and given how successful Fury’s debut was, he ended up fighting someone called Braun Strowman in an event in Saudi Arabia.

Fury’s “purse” (it may be a strong word given that we know the WWE is scripted) for this fight was in the region of £12m. As mentioned, no one in sport has been able to generate the income that Fury has when the chips looked so down. The boxer is now a household name in the United Kingdom and America and currently, his stock couldn’t be higher.

At what cost has this all come though? Will Fury still have the same appeal to boxing fans after dabbling in the WWE? The money certainly won’t dry up but Fury could have sacrificed his legacy in the boxing world for the sake of his brand by linking up with the WWE.

The boxer himself may already be one step ahead. He seems quite unfazed about not being remembered as one of the greatest of all time when he can get the same payday in the WWE ring without running the risk of actually being hurt. You have to hand it to Tyson Fury, in the space of 18 months he has built an empire that will remain for many generations to come.

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5 Best Sports Activities for Students

With the lure of electronic activities like playing computer games and surfing the net that don’t require physical exercise, students may miss out on an opportunity to socialize, keep healthy and boost their brainpower. 

Sports activities will relieve your stress, help you to sleep better, control your weight, improve your mood and give you more energy. Universities and colleges usually have many traditional sports teams, but there are many other sports activities on campus that cater to all types of individuals and levels of expertise, from complete novices to the very sporty.

Here are various sports for students, some more conventional and others a little more unusual. 

Traditional sports

The most popular sports for students are usually traditional ones like football, basketball, volleyball and softball. Students who begin playing these sports in high school often continue in college. The average university sponsors at least twenty different sports. 

Playing team sports not only allows you to become fit but has many other benefits too. Sharing fun and special moments, socialization, making new friends and developing teamwork skills are all part of playing in a team. 

Playing a team sport allows you to pick up a number of soft skills, too, such as time management and strategic thinking. Showing you could play a team sport without affecting your studies, or that you could take a responsible role, such as captain, will impress future employees. 

Taking a break from your studies to play a team sport will help to keep your mind focused and alert because exercise increases the blood flow to your brain.  

Solo sports

There are many great ways to spend time exercising on your own. Swimming is one solo sport that offers a low-impact full-body workout. You can schedule it whenever you have the time and an hour of swimming will burn calories and give you some good aerobic exercise. Running, walking and strength training are other enjoyable solo sports.

As a student, you have a heavy workload and you often need to make a concerted effort to fit exercise into your program. You can even engage in an intensive cardio workout right in your dorm room to save time. 

There are many Pilates and yoga videos on YouTube that will give you a good workout. If you feel you don’t have the time, you can use writing services by the professional essay writers to complete college tasks, so your life is more balanced. Thesis or dissertation, college essays or term papers, online writing experts help you with every writing project. 

Adventure sports

If you like to accompany your exercise with a bit of adventure, off-road cycling, hiking, cross-country skiing, rowing, or rock climbing can challenge you. It also allows you to see more of nature, take great photos and forget about your studies for a while so you can return to them refreshed. 

Just remember that adventure sports place more demands on your body and proper nutrition is essential to keep your performance at its peak and reduce chances of injury. 

Reading nutrition essay topics, such as how nutrition influences brain performance or what type of nutrition you need if you do adventure sports, can help you to make the right choices when it comes to what you eat. 

Dance activities

After sitting in class, studying and researching, sometimes all you want to do is get up and move.  Dancing is often an extremely popular activity at college, with lots of interest and a variety of different opportunities, from hip-hop to ballroom. 

Dance clubs are student organizations that dance for fun and provide a great way to get some exercise. As the atmosphere is non-competitive, this is a more laid-back way to participate in dance than to join a dance team which competes with other college teams. 

Most dance clubs also have a performance or two to showcase their talents and you can invite family or friends along to see you perform. Special dance events can include programs organized by students to support charitable causes. 

Unusual sports

If you’re not into traditional sports, college is the place where you’re likely to find some unusual clubs. You could find an unusual club where you’ll meet people with similar interests to you. 

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you may be tickled to play Quidditch which has made its way from fiction into our muggle world. Players may not ride on brooms but the game can be highly entertaining. Roller Derby is another full-contact sport played on wheels by both men and women. 

If you’ve always wondered what Underwater Hockey or Disc Golf (Frolf) must be like to play, now’s your chance. Parkour is another unusual sport that requires quick reflexes and stamina to overcome obstacles and the environment, simply by using your body. 

A final word

To find out what’s available at your school, check the student organizations page on the website and you’ll be amazed at how many diverse opportunities a school may have to offer.  University life can be stressful, with heavy workloads and pressure to meet deadlines for assignments. If you don’t find ways to relieve the pressure, you will find it difficult to cope. 

Sports activities provide the perfect outlet, keep your brain and body healthy and offer you the opportunity to make friends, conquer physical challenges and much more. Finding the right balance between your studies and other activities can be a challenge, but it is important if you want to be able to look back on an enjoyable and memorable university experience.  

Welterweight World Championship: Pacquiao vs. Broner

Power, speed and a clash of styles will be on display this month when two of boxing’s biggest stars go toe-to-toe for the welterweight world championship. Ending his two-year hiatus from a U.S. boxing ring, boxing’s only eight-division world champion Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao returns to defend his WBA welterweight title against former four-division world champion and must-see attraction Adrien “The Problem” Broner.  Broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Pacquiao vs. Broner,” and its co-featured fights, will be shown on big screens across the nation.

Tickets for “Pacquiao vs. Broner” can be purchased online at www.FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices now.

The live broadcast of “Pacquiao vs. Broner” presented by Fathom Events and SHOWTIME PPV, is set for Saturday, January 19 beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET / 8:00 p.m. CT / 7:00 p.m. MT / 6:00 p.m. PT / 5:00 p.m. AK / 4:00 p.m. HI. Boxing fans throughout the U.S. will be able to enjoy the event in more than 350 select movie theaters through Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network (DBN). A complete list of theater locations is available on the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change).

Pacquiao, 40, is coming off a vintage performance in Malaysia in July where he stopped Argentine slugger and world champion Lucas Matthysse inside seven rounds to regain the welterweight title for a fourth time. Broner, one of the most talented fighters in boxing, is aiming for his second stint as 147-pound champion. If victorious, Broner also will add a career-defining win against a first-ballot Hall of Famer to his already stellar resume.

A three-time Fighter of the Year and the Boxing Writers Association of America’s reigning Fighter of the Decade, Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs), who hails from Sarangani Province in the Philippines, is the only sitting Congressman and Senator to win a world title. Pacquiao’s boxing resume features victories over at least seven current and future Hall of Famers, including Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Marco Antonio Barrera, Erik Morales, Miguel Cotto, Shane Mosley, and Juan Manuel Marquez.

Cincinnati’s Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) is a former four-division world title holder and one of boxing’s most popular and colorful personalities. The brash and outspoken 29-year-old has faced some of boxing’s best en route to winning titles at 130, 135, 140 and 147 pounds, including Mikey Garcia, Paulie Malignaggi and Shawn Porter. Broner, who will face his 10th world champion in Pacquiao, scored a draw in his last fight in April on SHOWTIME against former two-division world champion Jessie Vargas.

“Boxing fans have been eagerly awaiting Pacquiao’s return to a U.S. boxing ring and we are proud to partner with SHOWTIME PPV, to bring it to local cinemas,” said Ray Nutt, Fathom Events CEO. “Fight fans won’t want to miss this match-up of two of boxing’s biggest stars – live and larger-than-life on the big screen.”

GGG x Canelo Workout

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Gennady Golovkin, known to many as “GGG”, is getting ready for his sequel fight against Canelo.

On Sunday, August 26, Golovkin held an open workout at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, where fans and the media could get an up-close view of GGG as he trains. It was also a chance to see what fans can expect for the fight.

Years ago, GGG believed he was the best fighter and that he could knock out everybody that comes into the ring with him. These days, he’s not sure whether he’s number 2 or number 3 behind Floyd Mayweather. Right now, however, he’s focused on being in the ring with Canelo.

Going into this fight, GGG has won all 37 of his previous fights, including 32 by knockout.

Meanwhile, for Canelo, he found himself in hot water for his failed drug tests that postponed his rematch with GGG. Now that the fight is on, he said there was no attempt to gain an unfair advantage over Golovkin for the sequel. He even admitted that GGG’s accusations for his intentional cheating got under his skin. He’s been channeling that energy into his training, hence his extreme intensity and speed during the workout.

Cannel hopes to make a statement over GGG and will be looking for the opportunity to end the fight as soon as possible. It remains to be seen how he’ll do that and be able to gain the advantage.

Last year, Golovkin teamed up with The Chivas Fight Club, an initiative launched to inspire the fighting spirit within individuals all across the country. It’s much like the spirit of GGG, who continues to #FightForIt as he gears up to face Canelo again next month on September 15.

The live broadcast of “Canelo vs. GGG 2,” presented by Golden Boy Promotions, GGG Promotions and Fathom Events, is set for Sept. 15, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. ET/ 7:00 p.m. CT/ 6:00 p.m. MT/ 5:00 p.m. PT/ 4:00 p.m. AK / 3:00 p.m. HI.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.fathomevents.com/events/canelo-vs-golovkin or at participating theater box offices.

“Canelo vs. GGG 2” will be shown in the following cinemas on Sept. 15:
Regal Regal Alhambra Renaissance 14 1 E. Main Street Alhambra CA 91801
Regal Regal Aliso Viejo Stadium 20 26701 Aliso Creek Road Aliso Viejo CA 92656
Cinemark Cinemark Jess Ranch 18935 Bear Valley Road Apple Valley CA 92308
AMC AMC Santa Anita 16 400 South Baldwin Avenue, Suite 940-U Arcadia CA 91007
Regal Regal Brea Stadium 10 West 255 W. Birch Street Brea CA 92821
AMC AMC Burbank 16 125 E. Palm Avenue Burbank CA 91502
Cinemark Southbay Pavilions 20700 Avalon Blvd Suite 285 Carson CA 90746
AMC AMC Puente Hills 20 1560 S Azusa Avenue City of Industry CA 91748-1603
Cinemark Cinemark Promenade 14 8840 Apollo Way Downey CA 90242
Regal Regal Foothill Towne Center 22 26602 Towne Center Drive Foothill Ranch CA 92610
Cinemark Huntington Beach 20 7777 Edinger Avenue Huntington Beach CA 92647
Regal Regal Irvine Spectrum 21 500 Spectrum Center Drive Irvine CA 92618
Cinemark Cinemark 22 Lancaster 2600 West Avenue I Lancaster CA 93534
Cinemark Cinemark 14 Long Beach 99 South Pine Avenue Long Beach CA 90802
Regal Regal Long Beach Stadium 26 7501 Carson Boulevard Long Beach CA 90808
Cinemark Playa Vista 9 12746 West Jefferson Blvd, Bldg 3 Los Angeles CA 90094
Cinemark Baldwin Hills 15 4020 Marlton Avenue Los Angeles CA 90008
Cinemark Cinemark 18 and XD Los Angeles 6081 Center Drive Los Angeles CA 90045
LA Live LA Live 14 1000 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90015
Regal Regal Big Newport 6 300 Newport Center Drive East Newport Beach CA 92660
Cinemark North Hollywood 8 12827 Victory Boulevard North Hollywood CA 91606
AMC AMC Norwalk 20 12300 E. Civic Center Dr Norwalk CA 90650-3171
Regal Regal Ontario Palace 22 4900 E. 4th Ontario CA 91764
AMC AMC Orange 30 w/IMAX 20 City Boulevard West, Suite 1 Orange CA 92868
Cinemark Orange Stadium Promenade 25 1701 W. Katella Avenue Orange CA 92868
Cinemark Century River Park 16 2766 Seaglass Way Oxnard CA 93036
Cinemark Antelope Valley Mall 1475 W. Avenue P Palmdale CA 93551
AMC AMC Southbay Galleria 16 1815 Hawthorne Boulevard, Suite 368 Redondo Beach CA 90278
AMC AMC Tyler Galleria 16 3775 Tyler Avenue Riverside CA 92503
Regal Regal South Gate Stadium 20 8630 Garfield Avenue South Gate CA 90280
Regal Regal Temecula Stadium 15 40750 Winchester Road Temecula CA 92591
AMC AMC Rolling Hills 20 2591 Airport Drive Torrance CA 90505-6137
AMC AMC Del Amo 18 3525 W. Carson Street, Space 73 Torrance CA 90503-5701
AMC AMC Citywalk 18 with IMAX 100 Universal City Plaza Universal City CA 91608
Regal Regal Valencia Stadium 12 24435 Town Center Drive Valencia CA 91355
Cinemark Victor Valley Mall 14470 Bear Valley Road Victorville CA 92392
AMC AMC Covina 17 1414 N Azusa Avenue West Covina CA 91723-1251
Regal Regal West Covina Stadium 18 1200 Lakes Drive West Covina CA 91790
AMC AMC Promenade 16 21801 Oxnard Street Woodland Hills CA 91367-3620

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UFC GYM® Set To Open Fourth Hawaiian Location

UFC GYM®, the rapidly expanding fitness franchise that creates training programs for all levels inspired by the training regimens of world-class UFC® athletes, today announced the opening of its fourth location on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. In partnership with UFC Hall of Famer BJ Penn, this location in Kailua will provide members with a brand new, 20,000 square foot, full-service premium training facility that will include high quality equipment and amenities, including a Kids Club.

“We’ve experienced an amazing response from our membership community following the opening of our first three gyms and we couldn’t be more excited to open this new location in Kailua,” UFC President Adam Sedlack said. “Kailua has long been a priority location for our continued expansion throughout the Hawaiian Islands, and one of our key initiatives is to continuously provide our Train Different® philosophy throughout this incredible community.”

Since debuting in 2009, UFC GYM has opened more than 150 locations throughout the United States, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, India, Ireland, Mexico, Oman, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.

“I was born in Kailua Town and am proud to bring UFC GYM back to my hometown,” UFC Hall of Famer and UFC GYM franchisee BJ Penn said. “I’m really excited to connect with our Kailua community and allow families to train together, just as my family did growing up.”

Located in the Lau Hala Shops (573 Kailua Road), this new franchise will be the largest and most innovative fitness facility in Kailua. Featuring a large group fitness studio, boxing and kickboxing conditioning area, MMA and youth fitness classes, state-of-the-art equipment, full amenity locker rooms, a Kids Club and more, this location will have something for everyone. UFC GYM is also currently offering ‘Founding Member’ special rates for the first 500 prospective members who enroll. New members that enroll will automatically be entered to win a trip for two to Las Vegas, Nevada, home of UFC.

“For many local residents in Kailua, staying fit is part of their lifestyle,” said Lance Parker, Chief Real Estate Officer for Alexander & Baldwin, which owns Lau Hala Shops. “UFC GYM’s top-notch equipment, training programs, and services will help meet that need, so we expect they will fit in well with the community.”

UFC GYM programming has been developed through exclusive access to the training regimens of internationally-acclaimed UFC athletes, providing members access to a variety of energized group classes, world-class private coaching and an engaging, family friendly community of fitness enthusiasts who love to train different.

GGG × CINCO DE MAYO KNOCKOUT COCKTAILS

On May 5, boxer Gennady “GGG” Golovkin will face Vanes Martirosyan for an anticipated bout at the StubHub Center in California.

Whether tuning into the fight on HBO with some close friends or hosting a viewing party with your fellow boxing aficionados, impressive at-home cocktails make for an easy win. Below, you’ll find a variety of Chivas Fight Club Cocktails, complete with appropriate names, perfect for Fight Night!

GGG is the face of The Chivas Fight Club, an initiative launched by Chivas Regal to inspire the fighter in all of us. Now, more than ever the fighting spirit of this humble individual rings true as GGG continues his fight, in and out of the ring, through obstacles this year.

The Chivas Fight Club cocktails below

The Phantom Right Hook

2 Parts Chivas Extra

0.5 Parts Sweet Vermouth

0.5 Parts Lillet Blanc

Top up with Soda Water

Lemon Twist to Garnish

Glass: Collins

Method: Combine Chivas Extra & ingredients with ice cubes

The Undisputed Champion

1.5 Parts Chivas Ultis

1 Part Campari

1 Part Sweet Vermouth

Garnish: Orange Zest

Glass: Coupe or Old Fashioned

Method: Combine Chivas Ultis & ingredients and strain over one large cube of ice in glass

The Eliminator

1 Part Chivas 12 YO

.75 Part Fresh Lemon

.75 Part Simple Syrup

Egg White (optional)

Hard Ice

Garnish: Orange slice and cherry

Glass: Old Fashioned

Method: Combine Chivas 12YO & all ingredients and fine strain over ice in glass.

Fists of Fury 

1 Part Chivas 18 YO

1 Part Martell V.S.O.P.

1 Part Sweet Vermouth

.5 Part Benedictine

2 dashes Angostura bitters

2 dashes bitters

Hard Ice

Garnish: Lemon Zest

Glass: Old fashioned

Method: Combine all ingredients & strain over one large cube of ice in glass

Punch Recipe

1 Part Chivas 12 YO

1 Part Cinnamon Syrup (Homemade or Monin)

.75 Parts Fresh Lemon juice

2 parts Chamomile Tea

1 part Perrier Jouet Grand Brut

Vessel: Punch bowl

Method: Pour Chivas 12 YO over large Ice cubes

Garnish:  Grapefruit wheels, all-spice berries, star-anise pods, and grated nutmeg

#FightForIt

On Tuesday, February 27th, Chivas Regal joined Gennady “GGG” Golovkin at LA Live, as he discussed his highly-anticipated rematch against Canelo Alvarez. GGG looks to get back in the ring for the May 5th bout, after joining forces with the Chivas Fight Club, an initiative launched back in July to inspire individuals from communities nationwide.

The Chivas Fight Club initiative was introduced to inspire a new generation to #FightForIt while making a positive impact – much like the spirit of GGG. As part of their membership, users can gain access to exclusive inspirational videos, interviews and more.