The show, which looks to be an extended, and reschedule show, from one that we expected about a week ago and promises some genuinely interesting action though little in terms of being genuinely well known fighters.
Rather than re-writing what we wrote for the original card, September 28th, we've decided to just copy and paste those fights.
The show's main events see the promising and unbeaten Val Falcunaya (7-0, 5) fighting Ryan Soliveres (5-20-1, 1), the experienced Mark Sales (19-35-3, 5) fighting Rex Olisa (9-20-1, 7) and the well regarded Jeffrey Galero (8-0, 4) fighting the always testing Rodel Tejares (20-27-5, 5). Whilst it's hard to get excited about any of those bouts in particular it is nice two very promising prospects in with such experienced opponents at this stage in their careers and in 10 round bouts already.
As well as the trio of bouts scheduled for 10 rounds we also have 4 bouts scheduled for the 6 round limit. These bouts will see the hard hitting Marbon Bodiongan (8-1-2, 7) going for his fourth straight stoppage as he takes on Rey Ramos (4-4-1, 1); Jecker Buhawe (14-9-1, 9) attempting to end a 2 fight skid as he fights Mabert Paulino (2-15); Jhon Gemino (8-2, 2) ending a 2 year break from the ring to take on Jerald Cortes (3-7-4, 2) and a bout for Rodynie Rafol (10-5-2, 4), though his opponent has not yet been announced.
The card however kicks off with the opening bouts, a trio scheduled for 4 rounds. In these bouts the win-less pair of Honesto Luha (0-2) and Aprilito Agcopra (0-1-1) will battle off in the hope of scoring their first win; debuting pair Julbert Tubiano (0-0) and Ronie R.H. Gaton (0-0) will face off in a battle of debutants and Kingjiro Saoboy (0-0) will seek a debuting victory as he takes on Ryan Medes (0-1-1).