August 24th 2019-Takeda Teva Ocean Arena, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Kento Hatanaka (9-0, 9) vs Jaysever Abcede (19-8, 12)
Back in August second generation fight Kento Hatanaka [畑中 建人] took a huge step up in class, as he took on world ranked Filipino southpaw Jaysever Abcede, who was known in Asia as being much better than his record suggested. For fans just looking at the records this looked like a mismatch, but in reality this was an excellent test, and a fantastic fight.
December 16th 2017-Makati Cinema Square Boxing Arena, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Ivan Soriano (16-1-1. 8) vs Jaysever Abcede (15-7, 10)
Whilst we're not fans of the OPBF "silver" title it has given us some good fights, including the 2017 clash between Ivan Soriano and Jaysever Abcede, who fought for the Light Flyweight title.
(Video courtesy of Rappler)
May 18th 2018-Bangkok University, Thonburi Campus, Bangkok, Thailand
Stamp Kiatniwat (19-1, 7) Vs Jaysever Abcede (15-8, 10)
This past Friday fight fans in Thailand had a chance to see former world title challenger Stamp Kiatniwat [แสตมป์ กระทิงแดงยิม], AKA Yutthana Kaensa, take on the upset minded, and often under-rated, Jaysever Abcede of the Philippines.
March 31st 2017-Com Thong District, Bangkok, Thailand
Wanheng Menayothin (45-0, 17) vs Jaysever Abcede (13-5, 8)
Earlier today WBC Minimumweight champion Wanheng Menayothin [วันเฮง ไก่ย่างห้าดาวยิม] fought in a stay busy bout, as he took on Filipino Jaysever Abcede.
October 30th 2015-Sawan Vegas Hotel Suwannakhet, Laos
Petchmanee Kokietgym (9-0, 4) Vs Jaysever Abcede (10-3, 6)
Earlier this year we saw Filipino fighter Jaysever Abcede play the spoiler in Thailand as he upset the then WBO #1 ranked Minimumweight contender Pigmy Kokietgym. That win saw Abcede claim the WBO Oriental title. This past Friday he returned to Thailand in the first defence of that title, as he took on the unbeaten Petchmanee Kokietgym.
August 28th 2015-Bangkok, Thailand
Pigmy Kokietgym (57-7-2, 23) v Jaysever Abcede (9-3, 5)
Regularly when a fighter travels to Thailand they are doing so for a payment to lose against a local fighter. In recent times however we've been seeing fighters travel with then intention of upsetting the applecart, as seen recently when Jestoni Autida over-came Ratchasak KKP. This week we saw another Filipino with the intention of being more than just the "deisignated loser". This time it was Jaysever Abcede who traveled to face former world title challenger Pigmy Kokietgym, a man who had been all but promised another world title shot later this year.
(Video courtesy of tko.in.th)
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