Las Vegas, Nevada ON – June 28, 2019 – Super Bantamweight contender Mark John Yap, a native from Cagayan De Oro, when he battles fellow Filipino knockout artist Ulysses Lagos in the main event. This Friday from Albuquerque, New Mexico takes on Mark John Yap for Super bantamweight contest. Yap current Global Boxing Organization (GBO) Asia Pacific Featherweight champion, where it will stream for subscribers at 8 am ET on June 28.
Unbeaten 122-pound rising prospect Angelo “El Chinito” Leo (17-0, 8 KOs) makes his return in a 10-round attraction vs. Filipino-born Mark “The Journey Man” John Yap (30-13, 15 KOs) that will headline another installment of Mayweather Promotions’ Sin City Showdown on Friday June 28th from Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas. Leo is coming off of a recent unanimous decision victory over tough Filipino competitor, Neil John Tabanao, as they headlined Shobox: The New Generation on April 5, 2019.
What’s at stake?
The super bantamweight contest, 10 rounds of boxing is on the line in Sam’s Town Hotel. Both fighters ‘el chinito and The Journey Man’ have recently competed, won in his last fights, at the same weight class. Yap was defeated by Takuma Inoue via unanimous last September, and then Leo known as Filipino Assassin win over Neil John Tabanao a Filipino, in his last fight April 2019.
How did Angelo Leo get here?
Angelo is current undefeated since debuted, who fought professionally from 2012 to early year 2019 and won different world titles started at 118 pounds. Leo became a very good domestic professional boxer, in fact he has a pretty boy boxing record of 17-0-0, 8 KOs, with 47% finishing rate by knockouts.
How did Mark John Yap get here?
Now 30, Yap has had a decorated almost 7-years pro career. He won the Japanese 118-pound for OPBF bantamweight title in his twenty fifth pro fights, July 2017, then moved up to 126 pounds. In the same year 2017, engrave his name as Japanese assassin after he defeated Seizo Kono by knockout in round 10 of 12, he was dominated the fight. He made a fourth successful defenses of his OPBF belt started in 2016.
The Journey Man, Yap would rally, winning another unanimous decision to Japanese Takafumi Nakajima in a scorecard of 116-112, 116-112, 117-112 a third times straight defense of his OPBF title setback in April 2018.
So, therefore prepare to watch Angelo Leo v Mark John Yap in bantamweight division and witnessed it live Friday night at Sam’s Town Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.