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Marc Pagcaliwangan Too Fast to Furious for Laszlo Fekete


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Montreal, Canada - Laszlo Fekete from Hungary was suppose to be a step up in competition for Canada?s Rising Son Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan. As an undefeated fighter that has been walking through his opponents, Marc Pagcaliwangan and his coaches Socrates Celestial, Ian MacKillop and Glen Erjas, insured that their fighter was at his very best against someone who had 6 wins and 0 losses. This was a fight that the Toronto born Filipino looked forward to so he could get more experience against tougher opponents.

The way this fight opened up one would think it would be nothing short of spectacular. Pagcaliwangan came rushing out of his corner like a hungry lion that has not been fed for several days. He made his way towards Fekete whose intention was to measure up Pagcaliwangan for his wild punches. However Pagcaliwangan who was the aggressor he took the fight to Fekete as soon as the bell rang where he got inside the pocket and neutralized any attempts from the Hungarian to throw any effective wild punches he is known for.

In response to the pressure fighting Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan unleashed, Laszlo Fekete turned his frustration into foolery to distract and attempt to confuse Pagcaliwangan in the ring. The Hungarian made faces and taunted Pagcaliwangan several times, he put his hands on his waist to distract and taunt Pagcaliwangan that broke the momentum of the fight. The fans in attendance were outraged with what they saw. To add more insult than injury to himself, Fekete went to a neutral corner and put his hands down several times and refused to fight since he had no answer for the pressure Pagcaliwangan took to him along with the flurry of punches the Filipino unleashed. The distractions and foolery that Laszlo Fekete supported that be could not fight Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan effectively, the Hungarian masked his fear from getting a beating with attempts of distraction and unsportsmanlike conduct.

The fight only lasted one round, Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan threw crisp jabs that landed on Laszlo Fekete, he has never been attacked like this before by his previous opponents. Pagcaliwangan hit Fekete with a huge right cross that lit up Fekete?s eyes because he has never punched like this before, it probably took his heart away from this fight. Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan had to chase Laszlo Fekete down and put up with his unsportsmanlike conduct in the ring for most of the first round. Fekete just didn?t have any intention or had the heart to go past the opening round when he felt the flurry of Pagcaliwangan?s punches.

In the second minute of the opening round, while Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan would not tolerate the foolery no more, he hand Laszlo Fekete backed up to the ropes and hit the Hungarian with a head shot. As a result Laszlo Fekete deliberately spat out his mouth guard, Marc Pagcaliwangan by his own instincts went to the opposite corner to let his opponent have the opportunity to put his mouth guard back in, despite of the unsportsmanlike conduct he encountered from the Hungarian.

Fekete went to his corner, he informed his coach that we could not continue to fight although he did not sustain any injury that would have prevented him from boxing. At 2:20 of the first round, referee Alain Villaneuve disqualified Laszlo Fekete from the fight. Team Pagcaliwangan was took by surprise as they appraised and respected Laszlo Fekete as a serious threat. There was a bit of confusion why Laszlo Fekete would not continue to fight, it was obvious that the Hungarian had a weak chin and questionable heart. Fekete simply quit when he could not bully Marc Pagcaliwangan by boxing along with his unsportsmanlike antics.

Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan earns his third win by way disqualification and disappointment. One thing that can be said about this fight is it was easy for Marc ?Gwapo? Pagcaliwangan. This is the type of moral victory where Pacgaliwangan was practically untouched.


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