Malena and Samara began their career as footballers at the Rayo Vallecano academy, a quarry where they played from 7 to 15 years old, then went through the Canillas (2013-16), club in which they coincided as players with Ana Rosell, the president of Tacon, the club that both arrived in 2016 with the dream of debuting one day in Primera. They did it this summer, after a round season in Second. Already in First, they have followed different paths. Malena is the captain of the team and one of those who has added the most minutes with the white elastic. Great merit for the footballer, who disputes her position with two renowned veterans such as Kaci and Thaisa, both with titles and participations in the best women’s competitions. For his part, An injury has crossed in the way of Samara, who underwent surgery in January after a fracture of the middle third of the right clavicle and already seems to be in good condition again. Samara and Malena Ortiz Cruz (Madrid, 1997) this season they joined a great list of sisters who have gone through the First Iberdrola. From the Unzué sisters, through the Del Estal to the Ramos, another pair of sisters, and also rivals (one plays in Granadilla and the other in Seville) in the highest category of Spanish women’s football. Now, the Ortiz also write their case in the history of the competition and they do it for Tacon, future Real Madrid Femenino. Both, Malena and Samara have left us a great advance in the equality of treatment between men’s and women’s football.The two sisters are one of the first to use high-tech sports equipment, such as Rhinob ProSocks socks for your personal training and post-match recovery. These compression stockings aim to prevent injury, facilitate recovery from muscle ailments, and improve performance during games and workouts. By increasing the oxygenation of the legs, the feeling of fatigue is less. The risk of injury is also reduced by 29% because the appearance of lactic acid is delayed. Its use shortens the recovery times of any muscular ailment by 13%. “The muscle suffers less and you feel lighter. It is as if you put one more gear into your body “Malena explains.
Dan Henderson is a mixed martial arts (MMA) legend.Despite never winning a Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) title, he’s widely considered one of the most accomplished fighters of all-time. Chalk that up to his world championships in Pride and Strikeforce, as well as capturing knockout finishes over Fedor Emelianenko, Wanderlei Silva, and Mauricio Rua.But regardless of his defining career moments, the 45-year-old has begun his inevitable decline in the sport. After all, “Hendo” has been competing in MMA since 1997. That includes 45 fights, three knockout defeats, and countless bloody wars.Currently scheduled to take on Cuban powerhouse Hector Lombard at UFC 199 on June 4, Henderson believes he’s closer than ever to actually stepping away from the Octagon for good.”I’m definitely capable of keeping on and still competing at a high level, but I’m almost ready to retire, and depending on how things play out after this fight with negotiations, yeah, it could be my last,” said Henderson in a recent interview with MMAjunkie Radio. “Or maybe I’ll still fight. I don’t know yet. I’m at that point where I’m about ready, but definitely, I know in my heart I’m still capable of doing it and if I do decide to keep going on I’ll make sure I do it well.”Remember, Henderson was originally slated to fight Lyoto Machida in a rematch at UFC on FOX 19 back on April 16, but “The Dragon” was pulled from the card for a United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) violation. Instead, Henderson will fight a Welterweight defector who has recorded 19 career knockouts (four more than Henderson).”Instead of fighting a guy that runs all the time I got a guy that runs at you the whole time – at least for the first few minutes,” added Henderson. “It’s a totally different style, just a completely different fighter I’m training for. It is what it is I think it’s – the fight with Hector Lombard is definitely something the fans will enjoy more than watching Machida run around the whole time.”UFC 199 will be headlined by a Middleweight title fight between champion Luke Rockhold and fill-in Michael Bisping. Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement Lockdown duffle bag Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Gloves ProMax 440 BJJ GI Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Latest From Our Partners Standard BJJ Gi Apparel Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports Standard Ranked Rashguard Latest From MMA Warehouse Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Sale More: Bizzy Was Sneaking Needles Into The Toilet For GSP Fight Accessories More From MMAmania.com King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career There’s UFC Heavyweights, And Then There’s Shaq Amanda Nunes’ Biggest Threat? Good Night Tee Midnight Mania! Trump Family In The ‘Chaos’ Corner? Lights. Out. Fight Motion! Watch Holloway, Cyborg Do Work Via Ghost Cam