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RECKY DULAY NOW READY TO FIGHT AGAIN IN US

By Lito delos Reyes
PhilBoxing.com
23 Sep 2017



WORLD Boxing Association (WBA) no. 8 super featherweight contender Recky “The Terror” Dulay (10W-2L-0D, 7 KOs) of the Philippines is now ready to fight again in the United States on September 30.

“Dulay is now in good condition,” said fellow Filipino and new manager Rey “Cacoi” Rodis Jr. of the RED Boxing International.

Dulay, who is also now ranked No. 1 super featherweight contender by the North American Boxing Organization (NABO) has been training now under Mexican trainer Antonio Santa Cruz and Filipino assistant trainer Jules Tagalog at the Leo Santa Cruz Gym.

The 23-year old Dulay will now be fighting former WBA International super featherweight champion Dardan Zenunaj (13W-3L-0D, 10KOs) of Albania at the House of Blues in Boston.

Dulay and Zenunaj are fighting for the vacant NABO super featherweight title in 10 rounds. It is presented by the Golden Boy Promotions and will be televised on ESPN Sports.

Dulay is still four pounds over the 130 lbs. weight limit. But his team is confident that Dulay can make the weight before the official weigh-in on Sept. 29.

“He will still jog for 40 minutes around Hollywood tomorrow before training at the gym,” said Rodis.

Dulay made his presence felt in his comeback fight in the US last July 15 by scoring a sensational 3rd round knockout against then-undefeated Jaime Aboleda (10-0) at the Forum in Inglewood.

“We’re hoping to make Dulay a world champion soon,” said Rodis.

Meanwhile, the 30-year old Zenunaj also won his last fight via a 2nd round knockout against Amiran Abuladze last February 12 at the Centre Sportif des Ascenseurs in Theiu.
Zenunaj captured the vacant WBA International super featherweight title by knocking out Karim Chakim in the 9th round in 2014. He also won the vacant International Boxing Organization (IBO) International super featherweight title by stopping Hovhannes Zhamkochyan in the first round in 2013.

Photo (L to R): Boxer Recky Dulay, manager Rey "Cacoi" Rodis Jr. and recording artist Diana Chanto (who is also managed by Rodis) in Los Angeles, California.


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