Unfortunately after a couple of days with multiple cards we are given just a single one on Sunday though it works as the sort of card to let us have a break between a number of big, action packed, fight filled days.
One of the most interesting bouts on this particular show sees the big punching Jenny Boy Buca (6-1, 6) taking on the experienced but very limited Amero Ricablanca (7-41-2, 1). Buca comes in to this bout after having lost his last contest, an 8 round split decision to Jerson Luzarito, though had taken his previous 6 opponents out in a combined 8 rounds. This guy is dangerous and a victory by stoppage really should be expected here and hopefully the loss to Luzarito will have served as a learning experience rather than a disappointing set back.
Buca isn't the only big puncher on the show and fellow banger Rege Pahayag (6-1, 5) will look to prove his power is legitimate as he takes on the experienced Richard Betos (20-8-1, 7). Betos is a much better opponent than Ricablanca and like Buca, Pahayag also lost his most recent bout via decision. This will be his hardest test for Pahayag and if he loses it could well be the end for him as a promising prospect.
A third puncher on the card is Jeson Umbal (5-1, 5) who fights against Arlon Batingal (7-8, 4) in what is one of the shows better matched contests.
As well as the two huge punchers the card does feature some unbeaten men in action. These include Charles Canedo (6-0, 3) and Dexter Alinento (2-0, 1) who face off in a very interesting looking 6 rounder as well as Rimar Metuda (2-0) who we expect to see fight Joel Escol (7-13-3, 4) in a credible enough test for the young Metuda at this point in time.
As far as we are aware, they are all the fight on the card.