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Mike Hackert shocked the MMA world with his latest victory. Arian Foster Jersey . If he can repeat the
feat, it wont be a shock the second time. It will be a clear-cut message that he
is a force to be reckoned with. Hackert (6-1), the newest fighter signed to the
Maximum Fighting Championships ever-growing roster, will do the rematch against
recent foe Tim “The Thrashing Machine” Hague (14-6) on the MFC 34: Total Recall
card set for Friday, August 10 at the Mayfield Conference Centre in Edmonton,
Alberta. The bout will not only be a featured matchup on the HDNet Fights event
airing live in the United States and on tape-delay on TSN2 in Canada, but it
will also officially mark the re-launch of the heavyweight division in the
Maximum Fighting Championship. Hackert scored a rousing unanimous decision over
Hague two weeks ago – a result that stunned most insiders as Hague boasted a
significantly better resume heading into the fight. But it was Hackert who
dominated throughout, and left Hague calling out for a chance at redemption. The
rematch was a temptation too great to pass up for Hackert, who signed a
multi-fight deal with the MFC. “Im probably more excited than the first time we
fought because I know hes going to bring it more than he did the first time. I
know I would if I had a chance to redeem myself, but Im going to hit it hard
too,” said Hackert, who hails from Comox, British Columbia. Hackert first got a
taste of the MFC as a fan, trekking to Edmonton to see his friend John Alessio
in action on a card headlined by a light-heavyweight title fight between Emanuel
Newton and Trevor Prangley. He knew instantly that he had found the place he
wanted to fight. It was just a matter of getting himself together and being
ready for the big step up. “Its about me being focused on everything I need to
do,” said the 24-year-old commercial diving student.” I always knew that I had
the tools to succeed. It just came down to using them and having my head clear.”
After his initial victory over Hague, Hackert doesnt see much need to change his
game plan. It will be more of the same approach that earned him the decisive win
first time out. “I rely a lot on the fight-or-flight instinct, and I love that
feeling,” explained Hackert. “As a heavyweight, because Im fighting guys who are
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academy program. SAN DIEGO —Jordan Pacheco drove in four runs, including the
go-ahead score in the 12th inning, and Michael Cuddyer tied a career high with
four hits as the Colorado Rockies outlasted the San Diego Padres 8-6 on Saturday
night. The victory snapped the Padres four-game winning streak and ended the
Rockies three-game skid. Cuddyer singled off Joe Thatcher (0-3), San Diegos
sixth reliever, with one out in the 12th. He was sacrificed to second by
Carlos Torres and came around to score on Pachecos third hit of the game, a
single to left. Ramon Hernandez made it 8-6 when he singled home Pacheco. Torres
(1-0) got the victory with two scoreless innings. Rafael Betancourt, the Rockies
fifth reliever, came on in the 12th to pick up his 16th save in 20
opportunities. Both teams has game-saving catches in right field. The Rockies
Tyler Colvin made a diving grab of a line drive by pinch-hitter Mark Kotsay and
turned it into an inning-ending double play in the bottom of the ninth. The
Padres Will Venable, a defensive replacement, robbed Marco Scutaro of a
potential go-ahead hit in the top of the 11th with a similar diving catch along
the right-field line. It would have likely scored Dexter Fowler from second. The
Padres, who trailed 6-3 in the fourth, tied it at 6 in the bottom of the eighth
on a two-out RBI single to left-centre by Yasmani Grandal, who scored
pinch-runner Cameron Maybin from second base. Carlos Quentin doubled down the
right-field line off reliever Matt Belisle and Maybin came in to pinch-run for
him. Both starters—San Diegos Kip Wells and Colorados Jeff Francis—
struggled. Wells gave up six runs and eight hits in 4 2/3 innings, while Francis
yielded five runs on eight hits in five innings. The Padres took a 3-0 lead
after two innings. Chase Headley had a two-run single iin the first and
Jesus Guzman hit his fourth homer of the season in the second. Womens Texans
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four runs on Pachecos two-run single and RBI singles by Hernandez and
Josh Rutledge. Wells threw 42 pitches in the half-inning that lasted 27 minutes.
The Rockies knocked out Wells in the fifth on Colvins RBI single that scored
Cuddyer, who had doubled. Cuddyer scored when Pacheco greeted reliever
Nick Vincent with a double into the left-field corner making it 6-3. Francis
left after giving up two more runs in the bottom of the fifth on a triple by
Guzman, an RBI double by Everth Cabrera and Chris Denorfias RBI single. NOTES:
Rockies LHP Jonathan Sanchez, acquired in a trade with the Kansas City Royals on
Friday, pitched a bullpen session Saturday and will make his first start for his
new team Monday in Arizona against the Diamondbacks. “It feels good coming back
into the National League and being in the same division that I was two years
ago,” said Sanchez, who pitched for the San Francisco Giants. “I know a little
more about the league and I have pitched well in the past at Coors Field, but
you never know whats going to happen this time.” ... Rockies C Wilin Rosario was
listed as day-to-day after injuring an ankle Friday night. Manager Jim Tracy
said Rosario “had his ankle taped and is a little tender today and well see
where he is at Sunday.” ... Cabrera extended his Padres club record for
consecutive stolen bases to begin a season with his 18th steal in the seventh
inning. ... Maybin missed a third straight start with wrist soreness. He came in
to pinch-run for Quentin in the eighth. ... RHP Ross Ohlendorf (3-0, 5.87) will
pitch for San Diego in the third and final game of the series Sunday against LHP
Christian Friedrich (5-7, 5.85) ’ ’ ’ 

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