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ALA boxers remain relaxed amid their first fight in the (US) United States California On October 17th, four of ALA boxing’s top fighters will be taking on the biggest test of their respective careers.
Pagara brothers Albert and Jason, Mark Magsayo, and WBO light flyweight champion Donnie Nietes will all be fighting in the United States for the first time, in front of a global audience.
Donnie Nietes will be headlining the event, as he defends his title for the eighth time against Mexico’s Juan “Pinky” Alejo.
The four men will be part of Pinoy Pride 33 Philippines vs. The World, ALA Promotions’ inaugural event in the US. It will take place at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
All four boxers are already in the tailend of training camp, and all of them remain unfazed by the pressure fighting in the US.
According to coach Edmundo Villamor, his fighters actually feel at home in the US, where they were warmly welcomed by fellow Filipinos.
Pinoypride33 Fight Card: Filipinos vs U.S.A
Jason Pagara, Albert Pagara and Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo scored huge victories against tough opponents in the undercard of Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines vs. The World Saturday night in Carson, California.
Jason Pagara knocked down Nicaragua’s Santos Benavides three times in the second round en route to a stoppage victory for the 38th win of his career against two losses.
A huge left hook set up by an upper cut sent Benavides to the canvas for the first time, and Pagara scored a second knockdown late thanks to a right hand to the body of his opponent. A clubbing left hand with just seconds to go sent Benavides down for the third time, prompting the referee to stop the fight.
Jason Pagara just put on a head shot clinic on Benevides. 3 knockdowns. 2nd round KO.
Jason Pagara def. Santos Benavidez via second round KO (2:53 mark)
The young Magsayo, meanwhile, needed just two minutes to finish off Mexico’s Yardley Suarez, unleashing a sensational flurry of punches that dropped Suarez. The Mexican beat the count after the first knockdown, but Magsayo, smelling blood, went in for the kill and dropped Suarez with another flurry of shots.
Magsayo remains undefeated with a 12-0 record, and retained his IBF youth featherweight title. Suarez, meanwhile, lost for the first time in his professional career.
Mark Magsayo just demolished Yardley Suarez in Round 1!
Albert Pagara, the younger of the brothers, took a longer time in defeating former world title contender William Gonzalez, who proved to be a tough nut to crack for the up-and-coming super bantamweight boxer.
Pagara knocked down Gonzalez with 15 seconds to go in the second round, but the Nicaraguan recovered and troubled the young Filipino with his long reach and jabs. Pagara remained patient, opting to counter the aggressive Gonzalez, and then saw an opening late in the sixth round.
A jab by Pagara set up a beautiful 1-2 combination that sent Gonzalez sprawling to the ropes, and the Nicaraguan boxer was unable to beat the count this time around.
Pagara improved to 25 wins with no loss, with 18 wins coming by knockout. The 34-year-old Gonzalez, meanwhile, lost for the sixth time in his career against 27 victories.
Albert Pagara send Chirizo across the ring for 6 round KO
Albert Pagara finishes William Gonzalez via sixth round knockout (2:20 mark)