Sinukliay Ug Kumo Sa Guindulman: Yanong Battles Sismundo Friday @ Guindulman Gym, Bohol
By Carlos Costa
06 Sep 2017
Exciting boxing continues thrilling fans in the Paradise Island Province of Bohol as enthusiastic outfit Jimdomar Boxing Promotions presents to fight fans "Sinukliay Ug Kumo Sa Guindulman," this Friday (Sep 8) at Guindulman Municipal Gym, an action-packed 7-fight professional boxing card that no fight fan in Bohol can afford to miss.
Heavy-handed Zamboangueño 135-pounder Raymond Yanong and unbeaten local warrior Antonio Sismundo, 23, are set to lock horns in the tough 8-rounder main event, a power struggle likely to be resolved by knock out.
One power reason is that the dangerous Yanong (7-2-1, 6 KO's), who is also 23, has conquered most of his wins by way of knock out, and Yanong has already arrived in the Paradise Island, and the local Boholano fighter Antonio "Dodz" Sismundo is clear in his sight.
Dangerous Raymond Yanong.
However, warrior Antonio Sismundo - younger brother of veteran super lightweight Ricky Sismundo - is a boxer with rough fists who has destroyed every opponent by way of knock out. No exception.
This year, Antonio Sismundo (fighting pride of Buenavista, Bohol), has already demolished his two scheduled foes: he knocked out Hagibis Quinones in less than 3 minutes in January, and vaporized Elmer Colve by way of TKO in the third last May.
Now, this Friday, Antonio Sismundo and Raymond Yanong clash... and what will happen?
Will Sismundo score another thrilling knock out win, just as his elder brother Ricky did two weeks ago at ICM? Or will the more-experienced visiting Zamboangueño Raymond Yanong knocks out Antonio Sismundo to silence the Guindulman Gym?
There is only one way to know and in boxing anything is possible.
MORE EXCITING FIGHTS
The co-main event features 24-year-old southpaw flyweight Delfin de Asis (6-3, 4 KO's), the pride of Valencia City, Bukidnon, taking on more-tested, well-trained Marjun Pantilgan, 23, of Bukidnon.
De Asis - the boxer with the last name of a saint - comes from scoring hard-fought wins in all of his last four combats and now wants to scalp Marjun Pantilgan, a tough fighter of the new Big Yellow Card Boxing Stable, coached by former fighter Christopher "Pingping" Tepora.
In another entertaining rumble, Cebuano 122-pounder Carlo Demecillo (6-4, 1 KO), who is another Big Yellow Fighter, swaps power blows against Bohol's Jason Tinampay, 22, of Dagohoy in an 8-stanzas rough encounter.
Demecillo, 21, is back from the Land of the Rising Sun where he had two combats, not doing too good. That's why Demecillo is now back in the Motherland with new direction and willingness to score exciting wins... and the Boholano boxer Jason Tinampay (8-5-1, 7 KO's) as his intended victim.
But who will be the victim?
In addition, fans should expect to watch undefeated Rholdan Sasan (3-0, 1 KO) of Carmen, Bohol, in a ring encounter with 100% confident Coronadal southpaw warrior Frankie Batuon (2-4, 0 KOs). Their clash is 6-rounder war is in the minimumweight division.
In another Coronadal vs Bohol clash, debutant Johnriel Castino of Guindulman steps into the war-zone for the very first time against Coronadal's John Paul Ibones (0-2) . This is 4-rounder super flyweight contest, in which Castino's whole family, relatives and friends in Guindulman will be present, expecting their kid's first pro boxing victory.
Furthermore, in a battle between two 26-year-old seasoned fighters, veteran Robert Awitin (7-26-2, 7 KO's) of Anda, Bohol, collides in an 8-chapter skirmish against 33-combat journeyman "The Merciless" Rowel Garcia (7-23-3, 1 KO) of Coronadal, South Cotabato.
The special situation with the above mentioned fight is that boxer Rowel Garcia has gotten repeatedly knocked out in all of his fights since September of 2015, losing all of his last six combats, either by KO or TKO. However, Garcia has been green-lighted to box, so he will see action on Friday, aiming for his first win in years, pero Awitin will not make it any easy. Two journeymen warriors in action, lets see who prevails.
In the international bout of the card, 25-year-old unbeaten Pinoy-Australian Flyweight Dino Rafaeles (3-0, 1 KO), born in the Luzon's Province of Pampanga who now resides in Melbourne, takes on Sugbu fighter Rolly Dorong of Mandaue.
It will be the second time that the heavily tattooed Dino Rafaeles fights in Guindulman where he has many fans. This four-rounder will be the opening bout of the exciting evening of entertaining professional boxing this Friday in Guindulman.
This Friday's card in the historic Municipality of Guindulman in Eastern Bohol, which is billed as "Sinukliay Ug Kumo Sa Guindulman," is a production of Jimdomar Boxing Promotions of boxing manager and promoter Edgar Lacierda Ricafort, 50, of Dagohoy, Bohol, with Ms. Josephine Y. Tupos as matchmaker in cooperation with Guindulman Mayor Hon. Albino Balo of the PDP-Laban, and sponsored by The Guardian International Inc., Guindulman Chapter.
First fight begainst at 7 PM.
The author Carlos Costa of Panama is a boxing writer and reporter based in Cebu. For all boxing things Carlos Costa can be contacted at email firstname.lastname@example.org, in Facebook or to his cp # 09184538152. "For the love of Boxing."
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