One of those title bouts saw the under-rated Richard Pumicpic (18-7-2, 6) claim the WBC International Super Bantamweight title with an 8th round technical decision over the previously unbeaten Joe Noynay (10-1-1, 3). The bout ended after Pumicpic suffered a cut from an accidental headclash and, following the WBC's rules, Noynay was deducted a point as a result. That point did make a difference to the scorecards with all 3 judges scoring the contest 76-75 to Pumicpic. Head it not been for the WBC's rule this would have been a 76-76 draw.
The other title bout saw the once beaten Jeffrey Francisco (14-1-1, 1) claim the WBC EPBC Bantamweight crown with a split decision win over Japanese southpaw Yusuke Suzuki (6-3, 4). On paper this one looked like a straight forward win for Francisco, who got off to a great start dropping Suzuki in round 2, but the reality is that Suzuki is better than his record suggests and he gave Francisco a very tough test. That's despite one judge having it widely in favour of Francisco.
Other notable results from this card included an opening round win for hard hitting prospect Allan Vallespin (6-0, 6), who blew away journeyman Jomar Borbon (4-24-2, 2), a 4th round win for Dave Penalosa (11-0, 8), who easily saw off Menard Zaragosa (6-23-1, 4) and a 6 round decision win for former world title challenger Silvester Lopez (26-11-2, 18), who out pointed Jeson Berwela (4-22, 2).