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DULAY TO MAKE COMEBACK IN NOVEMBER

By Lito delos Reyes
PhilBoxing.com
02 Oct 2017

FILIPINO boxer Recky “The Terror” Dulay will soon be back after his disappointing 3rd round knockout loss from the hands of Dardan Zenunaj on Saturday night at the House of Blues in Boston.

Dulay, who wanted to score a knockout became too careless and was downed twice in Round 1. He was finally knocked out in 1:50 of the 3rd round.

“Tinamaan ako sa panga, nasalubong ko at nanghina tuhod ko,” said Dulay in a Facebook message.

“Hindi ko alam kung bakit ako natalo ngayon gusto kong lumaban pa. Sorry natalo ako,” said the 23-year Dulay, who suffered only his third loss against 10 wins.

Zenunaj, a former IBO International super featherweight champion improved his record to 14 wins against three losses.

“Thank you sa mga dasal nila sa akin. Pasencya na ginawa ko ang lahat pero hanggang doon lang nakaya ko,” said Dulay.

Dulay’s manager Rey “Cacoi” Rodis Jr. of RED Boxing International, however, said that his ward can still come back in November.

“We just have to bounce back,” said Rodis.

Rodis is still confident that Dulay can again get back to his winning form.

“Defeat is not final when one falls down. It is final when one refuses to get up and fight back. Till next night,” said Rodis, a grandson of the late Mindanao boxing patron Antonio Almirante and a nephew of the former world—rated Rene Barrientos.

“Dulay can still be a champion just like Manny Pacquiao,” said Rodis.

Pacquiao suffered a 3rd round technical knockout loss to Medgoen Singsurat in Thailand in 1999. But he bounced back to win the WBC International super bantamweight title by stopping Reynante Jamili by a 2nd round TKO on that same year.

Pacquiao successfully defended the title five times and finally became a challenger of then-IBF world super bantamweight champion Lehlo Ledwaba in 2001.

Pacquiao dethroned Ledwaba by a 6th round TKO at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and the rest is history.

Rodis said that Dulay will rest for 45 days before he can fight again.

“Sunod bawi ako at sure ako hindi na tulad nito ang mangyari,” (Next time I’ll get back and I’m sure I’m not like this anymore,”said Dulay.

Dulay previously scored a 3rd round knockout win against then-undefeated Jaime Arrboleda (10-0) last July 15 at the Forum in Inglewood.

Dulay was supposed to have a rematch already with former IBF world super featherweight champion Gervonta Davis, who won in their first encounter by a 1st round TKO in 2015 at the MGM Grand.

“We can still have that rematch with Davis,” said Rodis, who is also a record and film producer in Los Angeles, USA.


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