Marco Singwangcha vs. Tabamo in Iligan
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr.
Tue, 11 Sep 2012
Philippine superflyweight champion Marco Demecillo Singwangcha (17-0-1, 13 KO's) of Iligan City will face unbeaten Marjun Tabamo (8-0-1, 2 KO's) of Misamis Oriental this September 25 at the IIT Gymnasium in Iligan City
Tabamo's last fight in June ended in a ten round draw against JR Magboo. The power punching Demecillo is on a hot steak, stopping his last four opponents - Nelson Llanos (KO2),Lowie Bantigue (TKO9), Marvin Mabait (TKO3) and Jeffrey Cerna (TKO7). His title win against the previously undefeated Mabait was Demecillo's most significant win so far. Demecillo survived a first round knockdown to dethrone Mabait in Mactan, Cebu last April.
The undefeated Demecillo is one of the Filipino prospects sponsored by Thai boxing patron Naris Singwangcha.
Also penned to see action are Rizan Muelas vs Arnel Tadena (10 rounds), Giovani Rota vs Elmer Colve (10 rounds), Joylito Alegarbes Siao vs Jhehad Tuyor (8 rounds), Wilford Wade vs Roland Armodia (6 rounds), Marco’s brother Kenny Demecillo who will face Dondon Navarez (6 rounds), Jonathan Singwangcha vs Jeson Neri (6 rounds), Aisah Alico vs Leslie Domingo (6 rounds), Dianal Racman vs Michael Dopol (6 rounds) and Norj Guro vs Luzminda Guido (4 rounds).
This event is presented by the local government of Iligan, Freddie Siao and Naris and Wakee Promotions.
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