‘King’ Arthur Villanueva and Mark ‘Magnifico’ Magsayo would comeback to the ring on the undercard of “Pinoy Pride 38 – Philippines vs Mexico” at the StubHub Center in Carson, American state on Sept 24. which can be headlined by the Philippines’ longest reigning world champion Donnie ‘Ahas’ Nietes WHO can probably challenge WBO/WBA flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada of Mexico.
Villanueva (29-1-0, 15KO), Who won the WBO Asia-Pacific bantamweight title over Juan Jimenez (22-10-0, 15KO) of Mexico last May 28 in Bacolod City, has been ordered by the WBO to repetition Juan Ramon Jimenez when a sudden and bizarre ending of their last fight at the 21 second mark of the 4th round. In that fight, which had the making of a total war, Jimenez dropped Villanueva in the second spherical anchored on a six-punch combination however Villanueva returned the favor in the third, dropping Jimenez with a wicked right. within the fourth spherical, once Villanueva stapled Juan Ramon Jimenez
to the ropes in the red corner, their heads collided dropping Jimenez to the canvas WHO stayed there for a substantial amount of time but Referee Dan Nietes counted out Jimenez for a Villanueva success. Now, Villanueva and Juan Ramon Jimenez can do it again on Sep. 24.
Magsayo (14-0-0, 11KO), UN agency disposed former world title challenger Chris Avalos of California in six rounds last April in Cebu, can defend his WBO International featherweight title against a yet to be determined opponent. Magsayo has been coaching at Roach’s Wildcard gymnasium in la recently and returned to Cebu Monday from San Francisco together with the Pagara brothers Albert and mythical being UN agency co-headlined the ‘Pinoy Pride 37’ card at the San Mateo Event Center in San Mateo, California. Magsayo is anticipated to go back to Los Angeles towards the end of this month.-Buzzy.ph