Watch CIMB Classic 2014 PGA Tour Live Streaming

Watch CIMB Classic 2014 PGA Tour Live !!!

Some of the top golfers in the world will look for a big payday by winning the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur.

This Malaysian event has been a favorite among golfers since its inception in 2010, becoming a PGA-sanctioned tournament in 2012. The players can now earn up to 500 FedEx Cup points toward the 2015 season along with a share of what has become one of the largest prize pools in the world.

As a result, former major winners and more of the sport’s biggest stars made the long trip to enjoy one of the most intriguing tournaments on the early part of the schedule.

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Here is a look at what you need to know heading into the exciting event:

When: Thursday, Oct. 30 through Sunday, Nov. 2
Where: Kuala Lumpur Golf & CC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Purse: $7,000,000; Winner’s Share: $1,260,000
FedEx Cup Points: 500

2014 CIMB Classic TV Schedule (ET)
Wed, Oct. 29     11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Thur, Oct. 30     12 p.m. – 4 p.m., 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Fri, Oct. 31     12 p.m. – 4 p.m., 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Sat, Nov. 1     12 p.m. – 4 p.m., 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Sun, Nov. 2     12 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Top Players to Watch

Jason Dufner
Sergio Garcia
Ryan Moore

The win was the start of a solid year for Moore, which featured seven top-10 finishes and a tie for 12th at the Open Championship. He remains one of the most accurate drivers on tour, and he knows how to consistently put himself in a good position to succeed.

His experience and ability to get the ball in the fairway almost every time out could help him potentially defend his title.

Watch 2014 BMW Masters Golf Live Streaming European Tour

Watch 2014 BMW Masters Golf Live Streaming

The European Tour’s Final Series gets underway this week with the BMW Masters at Lake Malaren Golf Club in Shanghai, China. Spain’s Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano defends the title.

The European Tour’s Final Series gets underway this week with the BMW Masters at Lake Malaren Golf Club in Shanghai, China. Spain’s Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano defends the title.

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Venue: Lake Malaren Golf Club, Shanghai, China
Date: Oct 30 – Nov 2
Course stats: par 72, 7,607 yards
Purse: €5,510,000 Winner: €880,000
Defending Champion: Gonzalo Fernandez Castano (-11)

A strong field has assembled for this tournament where competitors will compete for a prize-fund of $7,000,000 (more than €5,500,000.) Over the next four tournaments on the European Tour over $30 million is up for grabs. The European Tour’s Number 1 player for 2014 will be crowned after the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Rory McIlroy currently leads the Race to Dubai by some margin. But, since the Northern Irishman has withdrawn from the first two events of The Final Series, the door has been opened to his pursuers.

Race to Dubai earnings have been converted to points for The Final Series so McIlroy currently has a lead of 3,125,000 points over second placed Sergio Garcia. But with 1,666,600 points going to the winner of each Final Series event, that gap is highly bridgeable. In fact, any player in the top 60 could get within striking distance of McIlroy with two victories before the World Number 1 re-enters the fray in Dubai.

The other contest to watch this week is the battle to secure a top-15 place on the Race to Dubai and a share of the $5 million bonus pool that will be paid out after the DP World Tour Championship. Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand is currently in 15th spot but he’s only 13,000 points ahead of 16th placed Charl Schwartzel. With the South African not teeing it up this week and only 10 of the top-15 in the field, Jaidee will be looking to move up the standings.

This will be the third running of the BMW Masters. Sweden’s Peter Hanson was the winner in 2012 and, last season, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain took the win by a single stroke from Francesco Molinari of Italy and Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand.

The Masters Course at Lake Malaren is a Jack Nicklaus designed parkland layout featuring his usual blend of extensive bunkering and large water hazards. It’s a visually intimidating course and one that can be stretched to over 7,600 yards.

There could be some rain around Shanghai for the first couple of days of the tournament. It doesn’t look like being thundery but there could well be a delay or two.

Player Watch:

Mikko Ilonen – The Finn won the Volvo World Matchplay two weeks ago and will look to continue in the same vein this week. He’s had an excellent season with two victories and a runner’s up finish. He’s currently 10th on the Race to Dubai and will be aiming to consolidate his position.

Thongchai Jaidee – The experienced Thai has been on good form in recent weeks and he was tied second in this event last year. He is currently 15th on the Race to Dubai and will be keen to move up.

Rafa Cabrera-Bello – The talented Spaniard showed some good form in his last European Tour start at the Portugal Masters. He was tied eighth in this event last year.

Key Hole: 18th – A classic Nicklaus finishing hole: A dog-leg left with water all down the left hand side. It’s 471 yards long so demands two solid blows and the more of the corner you cut off from the tee, the shorter the approach will be.

Watch Formula 1 United States Grand Prix 2014 Live Streaming Online

Watch F1 United States Grand Prix 2014 Live Stream

 As excitement for the 2014 United States Grand Prix continues to build, Red Bull and Infiniti have announced that they will be holding a special event on Wednesday 29th October before the race in downtown Austin.

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Track Facts

Circuit Name: Circuit of the Americas
First F1 Race: 2012
Circuit Length: 5.513 km
Number of Laps: 56
Race Distance: 308.405 km
Lap Record: 1:39.347 Sebastian Vettel (2012)
Most Wins: Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton (1 each)
2013 Winner: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing)
2013 Pole: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing)

Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel are set to grace the city streets in a special demo run featuring the 2011 world championship winning RB7 car.

This will be driven by Ricciardo, with Vettel getting behind the wheel of the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge prototype car that he helped to design.

The cars will be driven up and down Congress Avenue in Austin, with the event starting at 12pm CT on the corner of Congress Ave. and Seventh Street. A few lucky fans will also get the opportunity to ride around with Vettel and Ricciardo in the Q50 car.

The event will act as a fantastic preview for the race at the Circuit of The Americas, set to take place on November 2nd.

“We are thrilled that Infiniti Motor Company Ltd. is providing fans an opportunity to preview the power, speed and excitement of Formula 1 and the U.S. Grand Prix,” Dominic Iacono, chief marketing officer at COTA, explained.

“Seeing these amazing cars in action under the Texas Capitol is sure to draw in new fans while adding to the anticipation among long-time Formula 1 followers.”

This show run is just one of a number of events that are set to make the entire grand prix week in Austin one to remember. NBCSN’s very own Will Buxton will be hosting his Big Time Bash once again (date TBC), and a special fans’ forum will also be held on October 29.

Round 17 of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the teams and drivers head across the Atlantic to the much-lauded Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas.

As the season builds towards its climax, those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the weekend ahead…

Red Bull
Sebastian Vettel
2013 Qualifying – 1st, 2013 Race – 1st
“Austin is a fun city where you get a real feel for the Texan lifestyle and traditions and get to race on a great track. The Circuit of The Americas is a track I like a lot; it has 20 corners and we drive it anti-clockwise. The start/finish straight has a steep incline up to the first corner and is the trademark of the track. For us that means the braking starts uphill, which is not easy and locking the front tyres could be a problem. A lot of the corner combinations remind me of other famous circuits on the race calendar. For example the fast combination during the first part of the track feels like Silverstone and Suzuka. The famous Maggotts and Becketts passages were used as a model for this part of the track and the drivers enjoy the extremely fast turns, when the car is balanced right. Also corners 12 and 15, this section was taken from the Motodrom in Hockenheim. It is a slower part of the track, and is designed to create more of a stadium atmosphere. The long bend also reminds of the famous Turn 8 in Istanbul.”

Daniel Ricciardo
2013 Qualifying – 11th, 2013 Race – 11th
“Hand on heart, this is probably the date on the calendar I look forward to the most. I’ve loved every minute of being in Austin: when they picked this place for the US Grand Prix, they absolutely nailed it. The city is awesome. I love listening to live music and this is a great place for that, plus Texas feels like real America, and that’s something I’ve really enjoyed just sinking into the last two seasons. And then, there’s the important bit. The Circuit of The Americas, in my opinion, is the best of the new breed of circuits. The nature of the corners is interesting. It’s also a very busy track where you don’t get much respite. The first sector is very special and that first turn, blind up the big hill is like nothing else in F1. It’s also a good example of the excitement a late apex can create: you can have a really good lunge there. They’ve done a very good job.”

Lotus
Romain Grosjean
2013 Qualifying – 3rd, 2013 Race – 2nd
“It’s amazing just how quickly this season has passed, even if it seemed a long, hard slog at times. We head to Austin, Brazil and Abu Dhabi determined to get the most we can from the race weekends and also using some of the practice time to evaluate different aspects of the car to gain more data for 2015. [Austin] is quite a balanced circuit in that you don’t need one particular thing over another for the car to perform well. In the first year the challenge was finding the level of grip we want and we did see the same to a certain extent last year too. This year, we should be helped a bit by the race being a couple of weeks earlier, but we’re always wanting more grip! The gradient up to Turn 1 is really something and it makes for a fun first corner when you’re in the car. It’s a really well presented facility with an interesting circuit layout.”

Pastor Maldonado
2013 Qualifying – 18th, 2013 Race – 17th
“Austin is a good track, it’s a challenging layout which is good to drive and it’s an enjoyable event. The first turn is quite something with its very steep climb and the rest of the lap flows well. The atmosphere at the circuit is really special, even for the first time we visited. It’s great to see the RVs at the side of the track and people staying at the circuit to enjoy the full weekend. The circuit can be a difficult one for tyres and we had some unusual delays and interruptions on the Friday last year so it will be interesting to see what happens this time. Certainly, there can be a variety with the weather and in the past we’ve seen it be quite cold at the start of the day. The race is earlier this season so let’s see how that makes a difference.

“Obviously we want to perform better than we did in Sochi. That was a difficult weekend for many reasons. We think the Austin layout should suit our car a bit better so that’s a positive. Hopefully we won’t have any more technical issues. I know we’ll have good support from the fans so we’ll be pushing for a good result.”

Federico Gastaldi, Lotus deputy team principal
“It is a tremendous location to race at. There are great fans from the US and Mexico mainly, but also from all over the world. The track is challenging, the drivers and fans love it and of course the US is a major, but largely untapped marketplace for F1. It will take momentum and many more US Grands Prix for F1 to be fully embraced but there is a great will from Lotus F1 Team to reach out to the US race fans and create a special relationship. We hope to put on a great show in Austin next weekend.”

Nick Chester, Lotus technical director
“I think we should certainly be better than in Sochi. It’s not so much a power track as some of the circuits we’ve been to. It’s got some high-speed corners that we prefer so it’s fair to say we’re looking forward to it. [The new nose] will be for evaluation and aero data logging. It’s something we’re doing as part of our preparations for the E23 Hybrid, next year’s car. It won’t be the definite launch E23 nose but it is an E23-style nose that we are putting on an E22 for evaluation. We don’t expect it to perform as such on the current car as it hasn’t been optimised for the E22 but it will still be an interesting comparison.”

Force India
Nico Hulkenberg
2013 Qualifying – 4th, 2013 Race – 6th
“I remember that as soon as I drove in Austin my first thought was that it was an amazing circuit. It’s fun to drive, with lots of different kinds of corners, and it’s one of the best tracks from the new generation of circuits. It’s very easy to find a rhythm and the tarmac is very smooth, which makes it very nice to drive. Away from the track, Austin is a venue everybody enjoys visiting. It’s not the biggest city, but there is a good atmosphere and they love Formula One.

“I’ve had good results in Austin [P8 in 2012 and P6 in 2013] so I am feeling upbeat about this weekend. It’s clear that some teams ahead of us have made a step forward recently, but we know that we can race well. I think it’s realistic to target points again this weekend and try to close the gap to fifth place.”

Sergio Perez
2013 Qualifying – 7th, 2013 Race – 7th
“Austin is a great race and because it’s so close to Mexico it feels like my ‘home’ race. There are usually a lot of Mexican fans and you feel a lot of support because the grandstands are full and there are always a lot of Mexican flags. I enjoy the track, especially the first sector and the uphill turn one, which is quite unusual. You can brake extremely late for this corner and it’s a good overtaking opportunity. From there you go into the quick corners: turns three, four and five, which are a lot of fun to drive.

“I arrive in Austin feeling positive. I’ve scored points in every race since the summer break – five races in a row – and I think we’ve maximised what we could get out of those races. We’ve been racing hard, taking some chances, and making some excellent decisions with the strategy so hopefully we can continue to do so in the next few races.”

Dr Vijay Mallya, Force India team principal
“Fifth place is not that far ahead so it’s certainly not out of reach. It’s been a ding-dong battle all season. As I said before Russia, we’re not giving up, whether it’s Austin, Sao Paulo, or Abu Dhabi we’ll give it everything we have! The final races of the season traditionally can deliver surprises and we must be ready to take any opportunity that comes up. The USA has a long history in Formula One and it seems Austin as a city has continued the tradition of embracing the United States Grand Prix. The grandstands are full, the supporters are passionate and knowledgeable, and there is a party atmosphere in town for the whole week. It’s one of my favourite events in the calendar.”

Toro Rosso
Jean-Eric Vergne
2013 Qualifying – 16th, 2013 Race – 16th
“I really enjoyed going to Texas, I love the place and on top of that, the Circuit of the Americas itself is a great track to drive. There’s a special feel about racing in America and the paddock has a good atmosphere to it. The fans are enthusiastic and there is always plenty of support from all the Mexicans who come to follow this race to boost the local crowd numbers. I’m not sure how our car will perform there, but hopefully we will have a good pace and enjoy a successful weekend. I know the first corner is visually impressive when you look up at it from the pits, but in the car it doesn’t feel particularly special. To be competitive here you need all the usual things, good aero downforce and a powerful engine as there is a long straight. There are no special secrets to doing well at this track.”

Daniil Kvyat
2013 Qualifying – n/a, 2013 Race – n/a
“I have very good memories of Austin last year. It was a very exciting time for me and now it’s hard to believe that already one year has gone by since that weekend in America. I feel like a veteran now! It’s a special place for me because that’s where I first was part of a Formula One Grand Prix weekend, even if it was only driving the Friday morning session. I was reasonably quick there, maybe a couple of tenths off Daniel (Ricciardo) although I wouldn’t be happy with that this time round. It will be good to go back there therefore. The track itself is very nice, fast with lots of challenging high speed corners, which I like. The track has plenty of up and downs with the first section featuring some corners that remind me of Silverstone. I enjoyed going to America last year and I’m looking forward to eating some steak!”

Max Verstappen
“I’m looking forward to being back in the STR9 for the first time since Japan. I missed Sochi because I was in Imola, competing in the penultimate round of the European Formula 3 Championship that weekend. In Hockenheim, the following week, I got one win out of the three races and that meant I ended up third in the championship standings. I still have one more go in an F3 car, as I am taking part in the Macau F3 Grand Prix. It’s a really special race, a special track and it is a race I would really like to win, especially as earlier this year I won the Zandvoort Masters, the other “classic” on the F3 calendar. So before coming out to Austin, I was in the simulator for Macau and I also spent some time looking at the Circuit of the Americas. It looks like a fun track to drive with interesting corners like the first one that you have to go into blind. I’ve never been to Austin, although I’ve raced karts in the States and been there on holiday. After taking part in FP1 in Suzuka, I had to rush back to Europe, but this time, I will be staying with the team all the way through to Brazil, so I’ll be able to learn a lot more, taking part in all the briefings and generally getting to know the team.”

McLaren
Jenson Button
2013 Qualifying – 13th, 2013 Race – 10th
“It’ll be good to get to Austin after the three-week break. I really enjoy this circuit; a great mix of a high-speed straight and really fast, technical sections to get your teeth into. It’s also one of the few circuits that run anti-clockwise, which makes it a little bit more of a challenge.

“Although this is only our third grand prix in Austin, it feels like we’ve been going there a lot longer. It’s testament to the fans, who are fantastic and always provide a great welcome, and it’s already a very popular track amongst the drivers.

“I’ve had positive results there over the past two years, and our performance in recent races has shown that our pace is improving as we move towards the end of the season, so I’m looking forward to this weekend. Perhaps this track won’t suit us quite as well as Sochi did, but it’s a similar circuit in terms of set-up so I’m hopeful we can take the fight to our closest rivals. As usual, we’ll be pushing to get the maximum out of our car and secure a strong finish for the team in front of the passionate US fans.”

Kevin Magnussen
2013 Qualifying – n/a, 2013 Race – n/a
“I’m really intrigued by this circuit; it’s already become one of the drivers’ favourites and the mix of high-speed corners and elevation changes makes it a really exciting challenge. Although this will be my first time driving on the track here in Austin, I’ve driven it in the simulator and many of the corners have similarities to corners on other great circuits. Turns Three, Four and Five are very like the fast Maggotts-Becketts section at Silverstone, for example, which I know well, so I’m really looking forward to getting out on track in the car.

“The track has a very long, fast back straight but also lots of complex, high-speed corners, so this weekend the focus will be on finding the best balance and set-up compromise with my engineers as soon as we get started. I’ve also heard a lot about the famous ‘Austinite’ welcome – the fans in the US are always really enthusiastic so there should be a great atmosphere. In Russia we battled hard and came away with a positive result, so despite the three-week break I’m determined to carry that momentum into Austin and hit the ground running, so that we can secure another decent performance for the team.”

Eric Boullier, McLaren racing director
“Off the back of our improved pace in Russia, the whole team is looking forward to returning to Austin after a three-week break. It’s a very popular track that’s already made its mark on the Formula 1 calendar, and the drivers and team personnel alike really enjoy going there. The organisation of the event and the facilities at Austin are very impressive, and both races since its opening have been a success.

“As we move closer to the end of the season we’re continuing the development of our car, working flat-out to extract the maximum performance from our package as each race goes by. Our result in Sochi gave us increased confidence, and we come to Austin with the firm intention of building on this recent form with a strong finish for the team and boosting our points buffer over Force India in the constructors’ standings. Of course, though, it goes without saying that, despite everything, our thoughts and prayers are firmly with Jules Bianchi and his family as we await news on his condition.”

Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton
2013 Qualifying – 5th, 2013 Race – 4th
“Crossing the line on Sunday in Sochi was a really amazing moment. To win the very first Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix and help the team achieve the first constructors’ championship for Mercedes-Benz with a one-two finish – it couldn’t have got much better. When I went to the factories in Brackley and Brixworth the week afterwards, the atmosphere was just awesome. Everybody has worked so hard to achieve this title and they all deserve to savour the moment. Of course, we still have three races left to decide the drivers’ championship – starting in Austin, which is one of the best weekends of the year. A lot of the American side of my family come to the race, plus I won the first ever Formula One Grand Prix at the circuit back in 2012, so it’s a special one for me. I really enjoy going there and I’m looking forward to another great race – hopefully ending up with another Stetson hat on the top step of the podium!”

Nico Rosberg
2013 Qualifying – 14th, 2013 Race – 9th
“What a week we had after Russia. Being back at Brackley and Brixworth with a constructors’ championship title for Mercedes-Benz – the first one ever, of course – and celebrating with all the people I’ve watched working flat-out, day and night for nearly five years to achieve this goal – it was just fantastic. I’m really proud to be a part of this team along with all the great people within it, so it’s great to see them get such a reward for all their efforts. Now, of course, we target a big finish to the season in the final three races. It’s still all to play for in the battle for the drivers’ championship and I won’t be giving up the fight until the flag drops in Abu Dhabi. Hopefully we can keep the entertainment going right to the end for the fans out there enjoying the contest. The first step comes in Austin, which is a really cool city and a great race track. I haven’t had the best races there so far, but I’m determined to change that this year.”

Toto Wolff, head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport
“We were immensely proud to have sealed the first ever Formula One World Constructors’ Championship for Mercedes-Benz at the first ever Russian Grand Prix a fortnight ago. The atmosphere since has been fantastic – and rightly so after the years of hard work that everybody has put into this achievement. What is particularly impressive, however, is that among the celebrations there has remained a strong sense of grounding and focus. Not just for the remainder of this season – but for the years to come. Success in Formula One does not come easily and we are determined to ensure that our performance this year is not a one-off but the first of many. For now, though, our priority is to give both drivers the best possible platform for an unhindered fight to the flag in Abu Dhabi. The first step, of course, is Austin – a weekend the whole paddock looks forward to and an important event in terms of bringing Formula One to the United States. The U.S. is the biggest consumer market in the world and the largest global market for Mercedes-Benz; thanks to the race in Austin, we can see that the US is playing a bigger role in our sport, too, with greater interest and investment at many levels. F1 has a passionate fan-base in the USA, which we can see growing all the time: the crowds at the first two races in Austin were absolutely mega, which is very encouraging for the future.”

Paddy Lowe, Mercedes team executive director (technical)
“It was fantastic to secure the constructors’ championship at the very first Russian Grand Prix – and a great honour for me personally to be able to collect the race trophy on behalf of the team after such an amazing achievement. This is the result of many years of hard work from everybody involved at Brackley, Brixworth and Stuttgart and it was particularly satisfying to see the title clinched with a one-two finish. Lewis produced a flawless drive and Nico a fantastic recovery from the back of the pack, so it was a proud day all round. There have been plenty of celebrations at the factories, which is great to see. When you’re so focused on competing in a World Championship battle it can be difficult to take a step back and appreciate what has been achieved. Of course, with three races still to go it’s been straight back to business. The drivers’ championship has yet to be settled and it is still all to play for with the standings so close. We have the prospect of a dramatic finale with the double-points race in Abu Dhabi and it is unlikely to be decided before that point. Our focus has been very much on providing the drivers with the equipment to compete on equal terms so that the best man may win. Looking first to Austin, it’s only the third time we’ve been there as a sport and it’s an event the whole team enjoys. It’s an interesting city and we see fantastic support from the American fans. It’s also a great racetrack – a good all-round circuit which is demanding of all aspects of the car. As we saw in Russia, a new – or relatively new – track surface can give unpredictable results in terms of tyre performance, so we’ll be doing our best to prepare for all eventualities and produce another strong result.”

Sauber
Esteban Gutierrez
2013 Qualifying – 10th, 2013 Race – 13th
“I am looking forward to the United States Grand Prix; it is a great feeling coming to Austin. For me it is a special Grand Prix, because we will have a lot of support from Mexico, as it is currently the race which is closest to my home country. I am looking forward to having great support from our fans there, which gives me extra motivation. The race weekend is always busy, and it requires a lot of energy. The track in Austin is one of my favourites, I love driving there. I like the first sector with a sequence of fast corners, which is similar to a part of the track in Silverstone. As we are still facing a lack of straight line speed, the second part of the track could be a challenge, as it has a long straight. In the last sector there are some technical, slow-speed corners. All in all, it will be crucial to have a good set-up as well as efficient aerodynamics.”

Adrian Sutil
2013 Qualifying – 17th, 2013 Race – DNF
“The United States Grand Prix is a great event in a country in which motorsport is hugely important. I have only been to Austin once. It is a very interesting track that offers a bit of everything. After the first slow corner, the track has a sequence of left-right combinations which remind me of the “Esses” in Suzuka. It is a lot of fun driving there. Obviously, a high amount of downforce, as well as engine power, is needed to be fast there. During the race there are many fans, and the city of Austin is also very nice. Some of my friends from the US will come for a visit. For me it is a great event, and I am looking forward to it. We will certainly do our best to get the maximum out of our package.”

Giampaolo Dall’Ara, Sauber head of track engineering
“After two race-free weekends the team is off to Austin with some extra energy, ready for the closing stages of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship. At this point in the season the cars aren’t being upgraded any longer, therefore it is important to keep concentrated and build upon what we’ve been gathering to date. The track offers some interesting features for the engineers’ work, from the winding sector one to the straight in sector two, followed by sector three, which requires good traction and a lot of grip. The tarmac isn’t very abrasive, and, despite Pirelli moving away from the harder options by offering medium and soft compounds, we don’t expect this to result in a massive amount of pit stops.”

Watch ISPS HANDA Perth International 2014 Live Stream Golf TV

The Perth International is a golf tournament that was played for the first time in October 2012. It was played at Lake Karrinyup Country Club in Perth, Western Australia. It is co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the PGA Tour of Australasia.[1] It is the richest golf tournament in Australia, with a US$ 2 million purse.

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ISPS HANDA Perth International
Lake Karrinyup CC
Perth, Australia 23 Oct 2014 – 26 Oct 2014

The PGA Tour of Australasia and European Tour co-sanctioned tournament has attracted a strong field to contest the title including South African Charl Schwartzel, Ryder Cup star Victor Dubuisson and five time European Tour winner Brett Rumford.

The four round tournament tees off tomorrow (23 October) with the winner to be decided on Sunday (26 October).

Groups to watch….

6.30am 10th Charl Schwartzel (RSA), Jason Dufner (USA),Brett Rumford (AUS)

6.40am 10th Jin Jeong (KOR), Peter Uihlein (USA), Greg Chalmers (AUS)

6.50am 10th Gregory Boudry (FRA), Marcus Fraser (AUS), Edoardo Molinari (ITA)

11.10am 1st Victor Dubuisson (FRA), Thorbjorn Olesen (DEN),Geoff Ogilvy (AUS)

11.20am 1st Stephen Leaney (AUS), Danny Willett (ENG), Stephen Bowditch (AUS)

To check out all the Round 1 tee times click here.

Schwartzel has something to prove in Perth….

South African Charl Schwartzel has returned to the ISPS HANDA Perth International after missing the cut at the inaugural tournament in 2012.

“I’m very happy to be back. I feel like I’ve got something to prove out here. I wasn’t really happy about my performance previously,” said Schwartzel.

“I don’t think I played that badly; I just had some really shocking breaks out there.”

“I just remember walking off and thinking, I can’t believe that I just missed the cut.”

Happy to be back in Perth on a course where he feels comfortable, Schwartzel is determined to have a better result this year.

“I feel like the golf course is one of the courses that I like. It’s really challenging,” added Schwartzel.

“Normally when I come to an event and I feel like the golf course suits my game, I play well.”

“Like I say, I’m looking forward to playing a little better this year.”

Ryder Cup star enticed to Perth by TV coverage…

World Number 22 and Ryder Cup Star Victor Dubuisson is set to play the ISPS HANDA Perth International for the first time.

Having watched the tournament on TV the past two years the 24-year-old Frenchman was inspired to travel to Perth as part of his preparation for the Race to Dubai.

“Playing this tournament I think was a good thing to do,” said Dubuisson.

“I watched it on TV the last two years, and it looked to be really difficult. I saw a lot of players struggling, so I thought this could be a very good tournament to play.”

The highest ranked player in the field, Dubuisson is unfazed by his ‘favourite’ label and said he was just looking forward to playing golf.

“It’s better to be one of the favourites. I don’t have pressure on myself. I just play golf,” added Dubuisson.

“I will just try to do my best, and if my putting is good I can win.”

Rumford looking to turn his year around….

Brett Rumford has returned to the ISPS HANDA Perth International, the site of one of his last top-10 finishes.

Following a career year in 2013, Rumford finished outright 6th in Perth last year. Looking likely to continue his form he followed that with a T10 in his first event of the European Tour season at the Volvo Golf Champions.

Unfortunately his form wasn’t to continue – Rumford has struggled in 2014 making just nine cuts in 22 events.

“This is just the world’s hardest game to play, no doubt about it. It’s exhausting when you’re on the wrong side of momentum,” said Rumford, who is trying to remain optimistic.

“You keep getting kicked like that, which the game does; it’s really hard to maintain that optimism.”

“After you miss a cut you get a little bit down, but after a day I bounce back well. My optimism is there for the next week.”

A change of coach and playing in Perth with his brother on the bag, Rumford is hopeful this will be the turning point in his game.

“I’ve worked on a few things with my brother and gone back to my old coach,” added Rumford.

“The last couple of weeks I’ve been seeing some good signs, a little more consistency.”

“I’m hoping that can translate this week into just making a cut. It’s one step at a time.”

“I’m just trying to get a weekend under my belt, a full, competitive tournament and just continue from there.”

The ISPS HANDA Perth International is being played at Lake Karrinyup Country Club from the 23-26th October.

Played for AU$1.75million it is Australia’s richest professional golf tournament and the only one co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia and the European Tour.

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The 2014 Skate Canada International is the second of six events in the 2014–15 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, a series of senior-level invitational competitions.

It will be held October 31 to November 2, 2014 at Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia.[1] Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men’s singles, ladies’ singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. Skaters will also earn points toward qualifying for the Grand Prix Final.

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Many of the top figure skaters in the world will join Canada’s best for the 2014 Skate Canada International this week in Kelowna, B.C. The event takes place October 30-November 2, 2014, at Prospera Place. Canada will send an 18-member team, led by world medalists Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje in ice dance and Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford in pair.

Skate Canada International is the second of six competitions on the International Skating Union (ISU) Grand Prix of Figure Skating circuit, which qualifies skaters for the ISU Grand Prix Final, taking place December 11-14 in Barcelona, Spain.

“The local fans, volunteers, businesses and the city of Kelowna have provided terrific support to stage the event here. Hosting this event across the country allows fans from different cities the opportunity to see many of our best skaters compete against a strong international field,” said Dan Thompson, CEO, Skate Canada. “We are so glad that everyone who loves to skate, especially young people who may just be learning, will be inspired to participate in skating because this event is being held in their community.”

“Congratulations to everyone at Skate Canada for bringing this exciting, prestigious competition to British Columbia,” said Premier Christy Clark, MLA for Westside-Kelowna. “In the heart of B.C.’s beautiful Okanagan, Kelowna will be a great host, welcoming many of the best figure skaters in the world and cheering Canada’s best. The Government of British Columbia is proud to provide $100,000 to help support 2014 Skate Canada International.”

Olympic silver medallists (team) and two-time world bronze medallists Meagan Duhamel, 28, Lively, Ont., and Eric Radford, 29, Balmertown, Ont., will lead the way for Canada in pair. The representatives of Walden FSC and CPA Saint-Léonard have previously won silver at this event in 2012 and bronze in 2011 and 2013. Earlier this season, the three-time Canadian champions won gold at the inaugural Skate Canada Autumn Classic International. Duhamel and Radford are coached by Richard Gauthier and Bruno Marcotte at CPA Saint-Léonard.

Kirsten Moore-Towers, 22, St. Catharines, Ont., and Michael Marinaro, 22, Sarnia, Ont., will also represent Canada in pair. This will be the first international assignment for the representatives of Kitchener-Waterloo SC and Point Edward SC since teaming up in the off-season. Moore-Towers and Marinaro are coached by Kristy Wirtz and Kris Wirtz at the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club.

Brittany Jones, 18, Toronto, Ont., and Joshua Reagan, 24, Dallas, TX, USA, – Toronto, Ont., will be the third Canadian entry in pair. This will be their first event together on the ISU Grand Prix circuit. Jones and Reagan placed fourth at the 2014 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic and seventh at the Skate Canada Autumn Classic International this season on the ISU Challenger Series. They are coached by Kristy Wirtz and Kris Wirtz at the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club.

World silver medallists Kaitlyn Weaver, 25, Waterloo, Ont., and Andrew Poje, 27, Waterloo, Ont., lead the Canadian entries in ice dance. They have previously won silver at this event in 2013 and 2011, and bronze in 2009. Earlier this season, the seven-time Canadian medallists won gold at the Nebelhorn trophy. Representing Sault FSC and Kitchener-Waterloo SC, Weaver and Poje are coached by Pasquale Camerlengo and Angelika Krylova in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

Piper Gilles, 22, Toronto, Ont., and Paul Poirier, 22, Unionville, Ont., are the second Canadian entry in ice dance. They have previously placed fourth at this event in 2012. This season, the representatives of Scarboro FSC won silver at the Skate Canada Autumn Classic International. Gilles and Poirier are coached by Carol Lane and Juris Razgulajevs at Ice Dance Elite in Scarborough, Ont.

Élisabeth Paradis, 22, Loretteville, Que., and François-Xavier Ouellette, 22, Laval, Que., will also represent Canada in ice dance. This will be their third international assignment of the season, having placed fifth at the Nebelhorn Trophy, and fourth at Skate America. The representatives of CPA Loretteville and CPA Les Lames D’Argent De Laval Inc. are coached by Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon in Montreal, Que.

Liam Firus, 22, North Vancouver, B.C., is one of three Canadian entries in men’s. The representative of Vancouver SC placed 10th at this event in 2012. Earlier this season, the 2014 Olympian placed ninth at the Nebelhorn trophy. Firus is coached by Christy Krall in Colorado Springs, CO, USA.

Elladj Baldé, 23, Pierrefonds, Que., is the second Canadian in the men’s category. Baldé has previously competed at this event placing 10th in 2011, and placing seventh in 2012 and 2013. Earlier this season, he placed fifth at the Nebelhorn trophy. Representing CPA Anjou Kinsmen, Baldé trains at the Detroit Skating Club with coaches Yuka Sato and Jason Dungjen.

Andrei Rogozine, 21, Newmarket, Ont., will round out the Canadian entries in men’s. Rogozine has previously competed at this event, placing seventh in 2011 and eighth in 2013. This will be the third international assignment of the season for the representative of Richmond Hill FSC, having placed sixth at the 2014 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic and ninth at the Skate Canada Autumn Classic International. He is coached by Tom Zakrajsek and trains in Colorado Springs, CO, USA.

Véronik Mallet, 20, Sept-Îles, Que., is one of three Canadian entries in ladies. Last season, the representative of CPA Sept-Îles placed eighth at this event. Earlier this season, she placed seventh at the Nebelhorn Trophy. She is coached by Annie Barabé and Maximin Coïa at CTC Contrecoeur.

Alaine Chartrand, 18, Prescott, Ont., will also represent Canada in the ladies category. This will be her first assignment on the ISU Senior Grand Prix circuit. Chartrand placed fourth earlier this season at the U.S. International Figure Skating Classic. She is coached by Michelle Leigh and Leonid Birinberg, and trains at the Nepean Skating Club.

Julianne Séguin, 17, Longueuil, Que., is the third Canadian entry in ladies. This will also be her first assignment on the ISU Senior Grand Prix circuit. Representing CPA Longueuil, Séguin won the bronze medal at her first event of the season, the Skate Canada Autumn Classic International. Julianne is coached by Josée Picard and Marc-André Craig and trains in Chambly, Que.

Cynthia Ullmark, of Canmore, Alta., and Manon Perron of Boucherville, Que., will be the Canadian team leaders at the event. Dr. Marni Wesner of Edmonton, Alta., and physiotherapist Agnes Makowski of Toronto, Ont., will be the Canadian medical staff. Jodi Abbott of Edmonton, Alta., Karen Howard of Regina, Sask., Karen Butcher of Greely, Ont., and Jeff Lukasik of Calgary, Alta., will be the Canadian officials at the event.

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Hopkins will fight the undefeated Sergey Kovalev in a light heavyweight unification matchup on November 8 in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

It’s certainly bewildering that Hopkins is still fighting at such an advanced age—even the legendary Archie Moore got sick of taping up his wrists by the ripe old age of 47.

ESPN’s Brian Campbell believes the fight could be the best of 2014:

Hopkins (55-6-2) isn’t just fighting to hoard paychecks; he’s still beating opponents half his age. He’s won his last three bouts, most recently snatching the WBA and IBA light heavyweight titles from Beibut Shumenov, a puncher 18 years his junior.

Kovalev (25-0-1) is no slouch and should prove to be a worthy opponent for Hopkins. Kovalev has a penchant for beginning bouts with a violent ferocity. He recently defended his WBO light heavyweight title against Blake Caparello on July 2, winning via TKO in the second round.

His 23 career knockouts prove that match was no aberration and he could be a very dangerous opponent for Hopkins. The Russian power-puncher is confident he will make history. He told RingTV’s Lem Satterfield: “But I’m happier that I’m going to be fighting Bernard Hopkins there because that is going to put my name into the history of boxing. Most likely, also, I’m going to be making history in boxing by winning against Bernard Hopkins. That’s going to put me in the top tier.”

The obvious route is for Kovalev to attempt to keep Hopkins off-balance and hope that his hand speed is diminishing at a monthly rate at this point, although that’s wishful thinking considering the physical condition he’s maintained after nearly half a century on this earth.

Hopkins should be able to use his superior reach—75″ to Kovalev’s 72.5″, per BoxRec.com—to keep Kovalev from digging in and out-punching him in close quarters.

Hopkins will have to falter at some point, but he could very easily have four different titles to his name by November 8.

49-year-old Bernard Hopkins will fight undefeated Sergey Kovalev at Boardwalk Hall, in Atlantic City, N.J. on Nov. 8. The 12-round bout will serve as a unification fight for Hopkins’ WBA, IBF 175-pound crown and Kovalev’s WBO light heavyweight title.

Co-promoters of the fight, Main Events and Golden Boy Promotions, announced the finalization of the matchup on Friday. The bout will be broadcast by HBO.

Kovalev was in action on Aug. 2 against Blake Caparello, knocking his opponent out in the second round. The fight pushed his overall record to 25-0-1, with 23 knockouts. “Krusher” will be defending his title for the fourth time since he definitively dispelled of Nathan Cleverly in Wales last August.

Hopkins will come into the bout with a record of 55-6-2, with 32 knockouts to his name. The oldest boxer ever to win a world title has undergone a career resurgence since defeating Tavoris Cloud, Karo Murat and Beibut Shumenov in his last three fights to claim the IBF and WBA light heavyweight titles.

The fight will serve as Hopkins’ 19th overall in Atlantic City, while Kovalev has fought within the city limits on three consecutive occasions.

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Any serious MotoGP fan must make the pilgrimage to Phillip Island at least once… The Australian bike fans have so far to go to hit any other event, by the time the Australian Grand prix rolls around their appetites are so whetted that you can cut the atmosphere with a carving knife. The circuit is simply breathtaking — definitely one that you want to take a stroll around, with the back curves (near Bass Strait and Siberia) competing with the spectacular ocean bluffs for your attention. There is action all over the track: it’s a great viewing circuit.Former premier class World Champions Wayne Gardner, Mick Doohan and Casey Stoner all won the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island and the achievements of all three riders have been commemorated in bronze sculptures by Melbourne artist Barbara McLean.

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Circuit Length:4445
Lap Record:1’28.108
(Marc Marquez, 1-1-2013)
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1’27.899
(Jorge Lorenzo, 20-10-2013)
Last Years Winner:
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Valentino Rossi looks forward to defending his second place in the championship from his teammate Jorge Lorenzo and Honda rival Dani Pedrosa. The Doctor’s experience will certainly come in handy during this weekend’s battle. Rossi is one of the most successful riders at the Phillip Island circuit. Starting in 2001 he had a very impressive five year winning streak, followed by four more consecutive podium finishes. In the premier class the nine-time World Champion has won at the Australian track from 2001 until 2005, claimed second place in 2008 and 2009 and scored five third places in 2000, 2006, 2007, 2010, and 2013.

After a strong victory at Motegi, teammate Lorenzo is also prepared to take on his competition. Phillip Island is the Spaniard’s favourite circuit. He scored two second places in the premier class in 2010 and 2012 before claiming victory last year under bizarre circumstances. Following safety concerns the race was reduced to 19 laps and included a mandatory bike change at the ten-lap mark. This year none of such measurements are expected to be necessary and Lorenzo is ready to have some fun while fighting for second place in the championship.

Lorenzo holds the record for the fastest lap at the Phillip Island circuit since last year, when he clocked a 1’27.899 around the 4.448 meter track.

Phillip Island was constructed in 1956 and has hosted motorcycle Grand Prix until an extensive renovation took place in 1968. The Australian circuit made a comeback in 1989 and has been a favourite on the MotoGP calendar for both riders and fans ever since, thanks to its fast and fluid corners and the stunning ocean scenery.

Valentino Rossi
Championship: 2nd / 230 points
“We have a second place contest between me, Jorge and Pedrosa and I’m worried because Jorge is so fast. We have to give the maximum. I love Phillip Island and Sepang but three races in a row is always very difficult and a good start is very important. The podium of Japan was another positive result, especially because I have done well throughout the race and was very close to Marquez and Jorge. We held a very high pace and my bike was working very well. I really like the Australian GP and I want to ride a good race here, partly because most of my team is Australian. I want to get back on the podium and try to win again. We are working well, I like the circuit, and the Yamaha is going strong, so I think we can do it. I’m in a good shape, so it will be a fun battle.”

Jorge Lorenzo
Championship: 4th / 227 points
“It was a great feeling to win in Motegi once again. Winning two races in a row after a very disappointing start of the season was unbelievable, not only for me but also for all the guys from Yamaha who worked really hard. Now I look forward to racing in Phillip Island, another amazing place to ride. Australia is always special and the layout is always perfect for having fun. To me the joy of riding there with the M1 is difficult to explain but I love the long and fast corners, especially the last one before going towards the straight to the finish. Hopefully we can have another great weekend and fight for the victory once again, which is so important regarding the second place in the championship.”

Massimo Meregalli – Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team Director

“After the victory in Motegi we immediately go to Phillip Island. We are in a good shape for Vale and Jorge to fight for second place in the championship. Both our riders really like this track so we look forward to getting started on Friday. We will work hard this weekend, because this track’s fast and sweeping corners make it important to have a good balance with the bike. Fortunately this circuit’s layout suits our bike well. We are right next to the seaside and it can get very windy at certain places on the track, but we are optimistic that we can book some good results.”

Espargaro and Smith ready to fight down under
Monster Yamaha Tech3 team riders Pol Espargaro and Bradley Smith head straight to Phillip Island for the second consecutive flyaway race at the Tissot Australian Grand Prix this weekend. Having challenged the stop and go Twin Ring Motegi circuit on Sunday, the riders now look towards round 16 of the MotoGP World Championship fully prepared as they both aim to fight for another top six battle.

The Phillip Island circuit is located 140 kilometres from Melbourne and has a deep and thoroughly rich history in motorsport. The highly regarded 4448 metre track was constructed in 1956 and became a permanent fixture in the MotoGP calendar from 1997 onwards. It’s meandering and high speed nature consists of seven left corners and five right, with a longest straight of 900 metres. The spectacular track is a firm favourite for both riders and fans, which continually guarantees highly entertaining race action.

Pol Espargaro will be looking to ride the flowing curves of the Australian circuit to success this weekend having had a superb record in recent years by winning the Moto2 race twice in succession. The rookie will be aiming to utilise the speedy track with his Yamaha YZR-M1 to challenge as the leading satellite bike once again. Whilst, British star Bradley Smith, intends to undertake another hard fought plus successful battle in Australia and up his level from Motegi to confidently contest in the top six in the 27 lap sprint on Sunday.

Pol Espargaro
Championship: 7th / 116 points
“I am very much looking forward to the Tissot Australian Grand Prix as it really is one of my favourite events on the calendar and I am keen to see what I can do on the Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP bike. I’ve always enjoyed this track and have won twice here in back to back seasons, with last year having been my best race so far. With regards to the circuit itself, I liked it even more when it was bumpier before they resurfaced it, but it’s still fantastic and always fun to come down Lukey heights at full speed! Even though the wind and the conditions can be troublesome, it all adds to the experience of Phillip Island which is truly unique and unlike any other circuit we go to. I love everything about this GP: the track, the location, the scenery and Australia in general. All of that makes it a great event with a super fan base. It feels like a fifth home race for me so I really can’t wait to get going!”

Bradley Smith
Championship: 10th / 92 points
“There’s not much rest for us as we are now going to Phillip Island for the Australian Grand Prix. I am feeling optimistic for this upcoming race as I really enjoyed riding there last year aboard the Yamaha YZR-M1. However, we have to stay grounded and be a bit cautious of our hopes and expectations because the factory teams were testing there at the beginning of the year, so they will have the upper hand and more data than the rest of us. In general, the track suits the nature of the Yamaha, it’s fast and flowing with not so many hard braking points, therefore, I am sure we can have a strong run here. We have made some good steps forward recently with the bike as well as my riding style so it will be interesting to see the comparison to last year and the level of progression we have made. In addition, I am very happy to be racing three consecutive weekends as I won’t be at home just waiting for the next race to come. It means we, as riders, don’t go stale and remain sharp plus are totally ready for the action.”

NGM Forward Racing heads Down Under to Phillip Island
With the Japanese Grand Prix having been completed just a few days ago, the NGM Forward Racing Team is now in Australia, where they look forward to race at Phillip Island Circuit, site of Round 16 of the 2014 season.

Situated south of Melbourne, the popular track features a variety of mainly fast bends. Despite the unpredictable weather conditions, the event is popular with teams, riders and fans alike.

Sixth in the Championship and on top of the Open bike category, Aleix Espargaro looks forward to the Australian round at Phillip Island, one of his favorite track in the MotoGP calendar. Also team mate Alex De Angelis is optimist for the race on a track where he claimed two consecutive wins in Moto2 (2010 and 2011) and two second places in the 250cc class (2004 and 2006).

Aleix Espargaro
Championship: 6th / 117 points
“Phillip Island is one of the fastest track in the calendar. The changeable weather conditions and the cold temperatures make the work on the set up of the machine really difficult but I love the layout and it’s very fun to ride. I’ m confident that we can make a good race.”

Alex De Angelis
Championship: 22nd / 7 points
“Phillip Island is definitely my favorite track. I have very good memories and I claimed very important results in my careers such as pole position, podium finish and two victories in Moto2. The track has fast corners and I like the layout very much.”

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On Sunday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. ET, a number of enemies will meet with their fangs bared, some seeking championships, some out for revenge. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins’ bitter rivalry takes them inside the Hell in a Cell while John Cena and Randy Orton extend their decade-long feud.

The American Airlines Center in Dallas hosts the sixth Hell in a Cell pay-per-view and the 29th and 30th times that warriors have entered The Devil’s Playground.

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Rusev vs. Big Show
AJ Lee vs. Paige (Divas Championship)
Goldust and Stardust vs. The Usos (Tag Team Championship)
Sheamus vs. The Miz (United States Championship)
Brie Bella vs. Nikki Bella (Loser must be winner’s personal assistant for 30 days)
Randy Orton vs. John Cena (Hell in a Cell)
Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins (Hell in a Cell)

The following preview covers where to catch all the action, what to expect on the pre-show and a look at the full slate of matches.
Hell in a Cell John Cena vs Randy Orton

With the WWE Network, fans can watch every collision in the cage on mobile devices via the WWE app, on computers and on TV by using Apple TV, Roku streaming devices and game consoles.

The company has recently expanded that service’s international reach, but it is not yet available in the United Kingdom. For a full list of countries where the network is available, visit WWE’s help center.

Otherwise, fans can order the pay-per-view through several cable providers. Most companies offer the event for around $45. Many of them offer an HD option for an additional $10.

WWE.com’s “how to watch” section has a complete list of cable companies carrying the event in the United States and around the world.

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Pre-Show

An hour-long kickoff show begins at 7 p.m. ET.

A panel of Superstars past and present will discuss the biggest matches of the night. As announced on Monday’s Raw, Paul Heyman will join that group.

Aside from the usual collection of hype videos and interviews, the pre-show will feature an edition of Mizdow TV, per WWE.com. Damien Mizdow will interview a man he knows well—The Miz. That promises to be an entertaining segment, one likely to end with Sheamus kicking someone in the mush.

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The Hell in a Cell pre-show airs for free via the WWE App, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pheed, Pinterest and, of course, the WWE Network.

Big Show hasn’t been able to pin Rusev, but he has knocked him out. That (and his immense size) makes him The Bulgarian Brute’s most daunting opponent yet.

AJ and Paige meet for the Divas title for the fourth straight pay-per-view. The belt has changed hands each time so far.

Paige now has Alicia Fox in her corner, a woman less mentally stable than herself. Will that be enough of an edge to continue the trend of short title reigns?

The Usos will be seeking the gold they lost at Night of Champions to Goldust and Stardust.

Their rivalry has lost steam since then, but there’s still a great chance for some impressive action here. Both teams work well together, as fans saw when Goldust and Stardust finally snatched up “the cosmic key” last month.

With Mizdow watching on, The Miz can win the U.S. title for the third time. The self-proclaimed A-lister does have two recent non-title wins over Sheamus on his resume, per CageMatch.net. Even Mizdow has pinned The Celtic Warrior.

Heyman and Brock Lesnar will be watching Orton and Cena’s latest showdown carefully.

The winner will earn the right to battle The Beast Incarnate at a future date. That’s a journey from one hellish experience to another.

Cena and Orton, as they did in 2009, will clash inside the ominous structure that gives this pay-per-view its name.

The night’s other main event pits two allies-turned-rivals against each other. Ambrose defeated Cena in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match to get this chance, to finally get Rollins—his archenemy—alone.

It is each man’s first Hell in a Cell bout and an opportunity to continue rising to the top of the company. This is the most anticipated bout on a card that has shaped up nicely.

WWE’s PG rating will limit how barbaric the gladiators can get inside the steel, but there’s more than enough bad blood to build on.