August 24th 2019-Takeda Teva Ocean Arena, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Genesis Servania (32-2, 15) vs Ahmad Lahizab (4-8-1, 1)
Last month fight fans in Aichi saw Japanese based Filipino Genesis Servania fight in a stay busy bout, as he took on Ahmad Lahizab of Indonesia.
September 22nd 2017-Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Genesis Servania (29-0, 19) Vs Oscar Valdez (22-0, 19)
In 2017 Filipino fighter Genesis Servania challenged WBO Featherweight champion Oscar Valdez.
August 19th 2018-Sangyo Hall, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
Naoya Inoue (16-0, 14) Vs Genesis Servania (31-1, 14)
This past Sunday in Ishikawa fight fans had the chance to see Japanese sensation Naoya Inoue [井上 尚弥] take part in a 3 round exhibition with former WBO Featherweight world title challenger Genesis Servania.
May 13th 2018-SM City North EDSA Skydome , Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Genesis Servania (30-1, 13) vs Jason Butar Butar (27-23-1, 18)
This past weekend fight fans saw former world title challenger Genesis Servania take on Indonesian journeyman Jason Butar Butar in Quezon City.
March 2nd 2013-Cebu City Waterfront Hotel & Casino, Barangay Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Genesis Servania (19-0, 6) vs Angky Angkotta (28-9-1, 14)
In 2013 talented Filipino hopeful Genesis Servania took on experienced Indonesian Angky Angkotta, a former multi-time world title challenger.
July 3rd 2016-Japan
Naoya Inoue (10-0, 8) Vs Genesis Servania (27-0, 11)
Recently in Japan some fans at a special event had the chance to see some exhibitions. One of those saw WBO Super Flyweight champion Naoya Inoue [井上 尚弥] share the ring with world ranked Super Bantamweight Genesis Servania.
September 5th 2014-World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Genesis Servania (24-0, 10) vs Jose Cabrera (22-4-2, 10)
Filipino fighter Genesis Servania has one of the most impressive resumes of any active fighter yet to fight for a world title. One of the many former contenders that he has beaten is Mexican Jose Cabrera who he fought in Dubai in 2014.
February 7th 2015- University of SouthEastern Philippines Gym, Barrio Obrero, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines
Genesis Servania (25-0, 11) vs Juan Luis Hernandez (17-3-1, 9)
Filipino boxer Genesis Servania has been one of the most impressive Filipino's in recent years with his natural skill, lighting speed and his intelligent boxing brain. At times however he has been a bit dull, despite what his memorable action bout Konosuke Tomiyama may suggest. That dullness is a problem he'll have to shake if he's to be a megastar though what can't be denied is his ability which was on show at Pinoy Pride 29, when he battled Mexican Juan Luis Hernandez.
When we talk about the best fights that took place in 2013 there is a lot of debate about which was the best. In fact there were so many good fights that if we did a short list we would easily get to double figures in terms of contenders.
One of the more surprisingly contenders was a between the unbeaten Genesis Servania and the relatively light hitting Konosuke Tomiyama. The bout, at least on paper, looked like an interesting one but not one that would leave fight fans talking about both men after the fight and certainly not a fight that would steal the show on a Macau card.
On paper neither man was a puncher, this had distance fight written all over it and few would have expected it to have a round of the year contender. What we ended up getting however was something special with 4 knockdowns including 3 in the opening round!
We won't ruin the result but we do advise that if you've seen some of the other great fights from 2013, such as Koki Eto Vs Kompayak Porpramook and Takashi Miura Vs Sergio Thompson then this is one that you should also watch.
(Video courtesy of Ryan Bivins)
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