October 26th 2019-Disiplina Village Covered Court Brgy. Ugong, Valenzuela City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Michael Dasmarinas (29-2-1, 19) vs Artid Bamrungauea (25-28, 23)
In October 2019 highly ranked Filipino Bantamweight Michael Dasmarinas took part in a tick over bout as he faced off with experienced Thai loser Artid Bamrungauea
August 24th 2017-Barangay Palanan, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Michael Dasmarinas (25-2, 16) vs Mateo Handig (13-14, 7)
In 2017 rising Filipino fighter Michael Dasmarinas battled against domestic journeyman Mateo Handig.
October 20th 2017-Suntec Int. Convention Centre, Singapore, Singapore
Michael Dasmarinas (26-2, 17) Vs Phupha Por Nobnom (11-10-1, 10)
In 2017 Filipino Bantamweight hopeful Michael Dasmarinas took on Thai foe Phupha Por Nobnom in Singapore.
March 23rd 2019-Resorts World Hotel, Newport Performing Arts Theatre, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Michael Dasmarinas (28-2-1, 19) vs Kenny Demecillo (14-4-2, 8)
This past weekend fight fans in Pasay City had the chance to see an all-Filipino IBF Bantamweight world title eliminator between Michael Dasmarinas and Kenny Demecillo.
September 29th 2018-Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore, Singapore
Michael Dasmarinas (28-2, 19) vs Manyo Plange (17-0, 15)
In late September IBO Bantamweight champion Michael Dasmarinas took on little known Ghanaian Manyo Plange.
April 20th 2018-Indoor Staduim, Singapore, Singapore
Michael Dasmarinas (27-2, 18) vs Karim Guerfi (26-3, 8)
Earlier this year Filipino Bantamweight hopeful Michael Dasmarinas took on former European Bantamweight champion Karim Guerfi in a really interesting match up on paper.
All too often Filipino fighters seem to come in to their own on the road. We saw it last year with Rey Loreto beat Pornsawan Porpramook and even earlier this year when Ben Mananquil came incredibly close to stopping Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym.
More recently fans got to see 21 year old Michael Dasmarinas show off his skills and emerge from the crowd by out pointing Japan's Hayato Kimura in a very good win in Kimura's native Japan. Going in to the bout Dasmarinas was riding a 13 fight winning streak dating back well over 2 years, he had however not scored a notable victory and had only beaten 1 fighter with a winning record. Despite his history however the Filipino appears to have developed some very complete skills, as he showed off by beating Kimura on the inside and outside in a very impressive performance.
Kimura, who was fighting for the 28th time, showed some solid skills himself at times though was often found wanting against the Filipino southpaw who often used his jab to great effect.
This win is unlikely to register outside of the east though for hardcore fans it may be enough to stamp Dasmarinas's name in their "watch list" and we will certainly be following him closely given this very good performance.
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