Issue of September 9, 2018
     
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Cantores, Calpotura win Sablan’s Road to Gold tilt
by Ofelia C. Empian

Upcoming fighters Felex Dave Cantores of Sablan, Benguet and Sid Anthony Capuchino of Sta. Rosa Laguna emerged victorious in their respective bouts during the “Road to Gold: Muay Thai and Boxing Showdown” in Sablan last week.

Cantores, a World Youth Muay Thai Masterships 2017 bronze medalist, won against Nicholai Joel Amurao of Tublay, Benguet in the main event of the Muay Thai showdown during the one-day event in celebration of Sab-lan’s Fruit Festival.

Liane Benito of Sablan National High School Kafagway Combative Club also overpowered visiting opponent Mabel Alcoreza of Sta. Rosa Kafagway Lions emerging as winner in the co-main event organized by the local government of Sablan, Sablan District Combative Association, and Kafagway Martial Arts Promotion.

Daryll Wadasen of Tublay was declared the winner in his bout against Renald Polon as the referee stopped the competition due to the latter’s shoulder injury.

Other winners are Odalve Santiago, Vincent Benito, Reshie Claire Bagni and Anfernee Peckley.

Jovan Dol-og joined the list of winners topping his bout against Mikey Tiban, Roldan Lingbanan winning against John Rey Camsol, Ivan Brylle Lee Bestre outstriking Winston Limpayos, Joel Hegnabon winning over Jefferson Corpuz and Harvie Keith Cantores setting the tone for the whole competition as the winner in the opening bout against Fathur Dayap.

In boxing, Capuchino proved to be a stronger opponent against Dempsey Calado of Sablan in the main event while Kerk Joshua Guinyawan won against Chrisnar Baliente in the co-main event.

Jimwell Calado showed his set of skills by winning his bout against Schuyler Agustin in the 13-year-old category during the event also backed by UGB MMA gym, Kafagway MMA, Amazing Sports Promotions, Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines and Sablan National High School.

Other winners include Harvey Patang, Robert Dao-ayan, Jerlyn Kingad, Nichole Benbenen, Janna Mae Tinay, Bhonie Pacray and Noriel Alapang.

Also coming out victorious in the opening bouts are Jessander Dinamling and Jonas Chinamling.

 
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