Philippines, 25 Nov 2017
  Home >> News >> List of Articles >> Lito delos Reyes

 
Search Boxer:
First Name
Last Name


BOXERS                         

CURRENT CHAMPIONS 

FORMER CHAMPIONS   

RATINGS                       

FIGHT SCHEDULES        

FIGHT RESULTS            

NEWS                            

HOUSE NEWS                

FORUM                          

FIGHT GALLERIES        

TRAINERS                     

MANAGERS                    

PROMOTERS                  

BOXING GYMS               

RING CARD GIRLS        


 



Dong Secuya
Web Editor

Rene Bonsubre, Jr.
Contributing Editor

Homer D. Sayson
NBA Section Editor




Ronnie Nathanielsz

Rich Mazon

Eddie Alinea

Epifanio M. Almeda

Anthony Andales

Jason Aniel

Hesiquio Balderas

Sid Bañez

Brett Bonetti

Marlon Bernardino

Winchell Campos

Socrates Celestial

T. Chin-Te

Carlos Costa

Christopher Cruz

Rob Cruz

Jonathan Davis

Dr. Ed de la Vega

Lito delos Reyes

Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

Edwin G. Espejo

Dennis U. Eroa

Ron Galarpe

Joaquin Henson

Oliver Iglesias

Dionis Jacobe

Ted Lerner

Salven Lagumbay

Reylan Loberternos

Mike Angel Lopez

Salvador Lopez

Joan Secuya-Medida

Ryan Medida

Rico Navarro

Rod Mijares

Manny Pacquiao

Gerry Peñalosa

Greg R. Penilla, M.D.

Gov. Manny Piñol

Dr. Allan Recto

Hermie Rivera

Emmanuel T. Rivera

Virgi T. Romano

Nicholai R. Roska

Maloney L. Samaco

Sev Sarmenta

Reynaldo Seno

Myron Sta. Ana

Atty. Danrex Joseph V. Tapdasan

Recah Trinidad

Reni M. Valenzuela

Mark F. Villanueva




 
List of Articles by Lito delos Reyes



WEIGHTS FROM "FIST OF FURY 2"

By Lito delos Reyes
PhilBoxing.com
14 Oct 2017



ILIGAN CITY (Oct. 14) -- Everything is now set for the exciting "Fist of Fury 2" as all boxers made their weight today in the official weigh-in held at the Public Plaza here.

Unbeaten Samuel “Silent Assassin” Salva and Marco John Rementizo both tipped the scales at 122 lbs. for their much-awaited championship fight for the vacant Mindanao Professional Boxing Association (MinProBA) minimumweight title tomorrow (Oct. 15) at the Robinson’s Place here.

Salva (10-0, 6 KOs) and Rementizo (3-0, 2 KOs) both tipped the scales with identical 105 lbs. at the Iligan City Public Plaza.

“Pareho silang magaling pero lamang si Salva sa experience,” (Both of them are good but Salva has an edge on experience) said Arnold Palafox, head coach of RCJ Stable.

Both Salva and Rementizo are former members of the Team Cagayan de Oro amateur boxing team. Salva is now under the RCJ Stable of Raffy Jimenez while Rementizo is handled by Wowie Llanto of Bukidnon.

“Kaya ko siyang tumbahon kay OK kaayo ang akong condition. Pero dili lang ko makumpiyensa,” (I can put him down because my condition is OK. But I won’t get complacent) said Salva after the weigh-in.

Rementizo, on the other hand, said: “Fighter siya pero kaya nako siya pildehon.” (He’s a fighter but I can beat him.)

The fight is one of the three championships promoted by lady boxing promoter Clarrisa Pacana-Jimenez for the “Fist of Fury 2” boxing card.

The other title fights are for the vacant Philippine Boxing Federation (PBF) light flyweight between Gerald “The Predator” Paclar (10-4-2, 5KOs) of Iligan and Mike Kinaadman (6-3-2, 4 KOs) f Lugait, Misamis Oriental and the Philippine female bantamweight title match of Kim “Bonecrusher” Actub (5-8-1, 4 KOs) of Iligan and Joan Ambalong (6-6-1, 3KOs) of Zamboanga City.

Paclar and Kinaadman both submitted 108 lbs. while arch rivals Actub and Ambalong both scaled at similar 122 lbs.

“Kusgan mana si Joan. Pero mas taas ang akong preparasyon karon,” (Joan is strong. But I have a longer preparation now), said Actub.

RCJ trainer Ronaldo Rosales said Actub has sparred for a total of 60 rounds against her male stablemates.

“Mas preparado siya karon kay since March pa me nag training (She’s more prepared now because she’s been training since March), said Rosales.

Ambalong, on the other hand, is also confident that she can beat again Actub In their 6-rounder fight tomorrow. It will be their fight encounter of a grudge match.

Ambalong, however, was stopped by Actub by a technical knockout in the second round during their previous meeting last December 20 in Dipolog City.

Actub won their first duel by a UD on April 8, 2014. Their first rematch, however, ended up in a technical draw on August 6, 2014 in Iligan.

Ambalong finally got even with Actub in their third fight by winning via a 3rd round technical knockout on Nov. 22, 2015 also in Iligan.

“Tama lang ang training ko ngayon kahit nahahati yun oras ko dahil hinahanda ko rin ang sarili ko sa board exam,” said the criminology graduate Ambalong, who turns 24 on Oct. 25.

“Gusto ko rin kasing maging pulis,” said Ambalong, a native of Zamboanga del Norte.

Meanwhile, both Paclar and Kinaadman vowed to score a knockout against other in the main event.

“Kaya ko siyang patumbahon,” (I can put him down), said Paclar.

The official weigh-in was conducted by Games and Amusements Board regional officer Vic Cabalog and MinProBA supervisor Lito delos Reyes.

The explosive boxing card is presented by Mayor Celso Regencia, Vice Mayor Jemar Vera Cruz and the members of the 16thSangguniang Panglungsod of Iligan.
Also pitted are Dexter Alimento of Iligan against Rogen Flores of Dipolog (8 rds.-110 lbs.); Ming Hung Lee of Taiwan vs. Michael Estrada of Zamboanga (6 rds.-135 lbs.); Jovylito Aligarbes of Iligan vs. Jhofel Camocamo of Dipolog (6 rds.-126 lbs.); Jake Amparo of Cagayan de Oro vs. Roilan Deniega of Zamboanga (4 rds.-108 lbs.).

Photo: Samuel Salva (2nd from left) and Marco John Rementizo will fight for the vacant MinProBA minimumweight title on Oct. 15 at Robinson's Place in Iligan. Others in photo are (from left) RCJ Stable head coach Arnold Palafox, promoter Raffy Jimenez, manager Wowie Llanto and GAB OIC Vic Cabalog. (Photo by LITO DELOS REYES).


Back to Lito delos Reyes's Articles Listing



Recent PhilBoxing.com In-House articles:

  • BONSUBRE: WHO’S NEXT FOR JERWIN ANCAJAS?
    By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., 24 Nov 2017
  • Outside The Ropes With WBB Junior Middleweight Champ Chris Cella
    By , 24 Nov 2017
  • First year of promoting a KO success for Rivera Promotions Entertainment
    By , 24 Nov 2017
  • How Magnifico is 17-0 Mark Magsayo?
    By Recah Trinidad, 24 Nov 2017
  • JOHANN CHUA WINS BIG IN 2017 ALL JAPAN CHAMPIONSHIP
    By Marlon Bernardino, 24 Nov 2017
  • NEGROS CHESS WONDER EYES BIG PUSH FOR COUNTRY'S GLORY 18TH ASEAN AGE GROUP CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS IN PAHANG, MALAYSIA
    By Marlon Bernardino, 24 Nov 2017
  • WEIGHTS FROM BOHOL: MAGSAYO – 126 LBS, HAYASHI – 125 LBS
    By Dong Secuya, 24 Nov 2017
  • MANNY PACQUIAO VS. CONOR MCGREGOR?
    By Maloney L. Samaco, 24 Nov 2017
  • Snips and Snipes 23 November 2017: Heavyweights in the news
    By Eric Armit, 24 Nov 2017
  • GIBBONS PREDICTS BIG THINGS FOR PETALCORIN IN 2018
    By , 23 Nov 2017
  • MAGSAYO IN LINE FOR WORLD TITLE ELIMINATOR
    By Dong Secuya, 23 Nov 2017
  • SENATOR PACQUIAO CANNOT SERVE TWO MASTERS AT THE SAME TIME - POLITICS AND BOXING
    By Maloney L. Samaco, 23 Nov 2017
  • GENNADY "GGG" GOLOVKIN RECEIVES HERO'S RECEPTION IN MEXICO
    By , 23 Nov 2017
  • Arizona Boxing News & Notes with Don Smith: Ramos Bout Aborted, Masters Tournament & More
    By Don Smith, 23 Nov 2017
  • LaManna wins LBF Intercontinental Welterweight title with decision over Amoako
    By , 23 Nov 2017
  • UFC's Frankie Edgar: I Broke My Face & It Frickin' Sucks
    By , 23 Nov 2017
  • WORLD SENIOR VICE CHAMPION GM ANTONIO VYING HONGKONG INTERNATIONAL OPEN
    By Marlon Bernardino, 23 Nov 2017
  • ANCAJAS' THREE POSSIBLE OPPONENTS FOR STARDOM - YAFAI, SOR RUNGVISAI OR GONZALEZ
    By Maloney L. Samaco, 22 Nov 2017
  • Weekly Results 21 November 2017 -- Part II
    By Eric Armit, 22 Nov 2017
  • Weekly Results 21 November 2017 -- Part I
    By Eric Armit, 22 Nov 2017





  •  




     
    PhilBoxing.com has been created to support every aspiring
    Filipino boxer and the Philippine boxing scene in general.
    Please send comments to feedback@philboxing.com


    PRIVATE POLICY | LEGAL DISCLAIMER
    developed and maintained by dong secuya
    © 2017 philboxing.com.