The 2018 Pinoy pride boxing schedule full fight Rene “commander” Dacquel vs Andrew “the monster” Moloney to defend his “OPBF Super Flyweight Title ” WBA Oceania Super Flyweight Title ” versus Australian boxing Andrew”the monster” Moloney, rival match-up, final recap result.

The depender male Australian boxer one of the most popular switch to the latest 2018 boxing events held venue at Town Hall, St Kilda, 99A Carlisle St, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia.

OPBF Super Flyweight Title ranked #18 Andrew “the monster” Moloney (16-0-0, 10KOs) will faceoff Rene Dacquel (20-7-1, 6KOs) Flyweight Title, 12-round bouts respectively.

TITLE: OPBF Super Flyweight Title, WBA Oceania Super Flyweight Title (supervisor: Ferlin Marsh)
REFEREE: Ignatius Missailidis

Super Flyweight Full Fight Result

February 24, 2018 at Town Hall, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. Andrew Moloney defeated Rene Dacquel of the Philippines via unanimous decision 117-111 | 118-111 | 119-109. Andrew Moloney grabbed the OPBF Super Flyweight title and retain his WBA Oceania Super Flyweight Title.

The 26 year old Dacquel is no stranger to traveling; “The Commander” has traveled 7 times in professional career having defeated South African Thembelani Nxoshe in 2015 his hometown for the IBO International Super Flyweight Title in South Africa. The Commander has been on as a roll after winning the OPBF Title in Bacolod City, Philippines in 2016 has defended the coveted title 3 times all in Japan earning his universal World rankings.

“The Monster” a 2012 Glascow Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist is no stranger to the Gold as in the pro ranks he has won the Australian state , National & WBA Oceania Bantamweight titles all in his first 5 fights. Moloney the current 115lbs WBA Oceania, Commonwealth & OPBF Silver Champion puts in all on the line Feb 24 as Team Moloney target WBA Super Flyweight World Champion Khalid Yafai of England.

Moloney added “It is an honor to represent the WBA and to be ranked #6 in the world by the longest standing sanctioning body in boxing history. I have watched a lot of Yafai’s fights. I hope he holds onto his title because I honestly believe I will beat him. There is no doubt that the Super Flyweight division is one of the most stacked divisions in boxing, but I believe I can match it with all these guys. At the rate I’m improving under Angelo Hyder it won’t be long before I take over the division.

The Super Flyweight division is on fire at the moment and with Punches in the Park 7 & Super Fly II at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California are both on the same date. The winner will make a strong case for Super III