‘Golpe-Golpe’ goes to Sinunuc PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 06 June 2011 17:43

An amateur boxer of the Alavar Boxing Club won in the main event of Congressman Erbie A. Fabian’s Golpe-Golpe na Barangay held in Sinunuc  last Saturday.
Judges declared Vicente Autida the winner with his powerful punches rained on Jaylie Aranez of Blue Stallion promotion earning him more points against his opponent (Mosquito Weight Division).

Autida said what he did to Aranez was what he had learned during his practices adding that he has ambition to become a successful professional boxer.
Another amateur pug, Eric Maruji of Sinunuc,won against Jorino Omar of Talon-Talon in the Kidie Weight Division.
Other bouts: Jeremie Tanamor of Tugbungan defeated Rosel Dela Cruz of Sinunuc in the 24 kilograms division.

John Rey Sarangaya of Mampang won over Edgardo Pedido of Cabaluay in the 25 kilograms division.
Still in the 25 kilograms division, Angelito Canoy of Tugbungan defeated Anichael Andales of Mampang.
Francis Cabayacruz of Lumayang won against Jayson Depaz of Tulungatung in the Minimum Weight Division.
In the Jr. Light Mosquito Weight Division, Arvie Ferrer of UZ boxing club defeated Kurtjovan Delava of Talon-Talon.
In the Ant Weight Division, Reneboy Ferraren of UZ boxing club defeated Jumilan Alburo of Mampang.
Ryan Manicab of Lumayang won against Edcel Dela Cruz of Sinunuc in the Jr. Mosquito Weight Division.

Raymart Talledo of the Datu-Puti boxing club won against Juncar Pedido of Blue Stallion Promotion in the Light Fly Weight Division.
Kevin Jake Enriquez of UZ boxing club won over Jolito Gubat of Mampang in the Jr. Mosquito Weight Division.
Romer Dagoy of UZ boxing club won over Lloyd Akyatan of Mampang in the Jr. Mosquito Weight Division.

Sinunuc Barangay Chairman Emiliano Sebastian thanked Arsenio “Rawhide” Nuevo and Congressman Fabian for bringing the amateur boxing to their barangay.
Sebastian said that ever since, he and his constituents are supporting the program of Nuevo and Fabian as they believe there are many potential boxers in the city who can follow the footsteps of Manny Pacquiao. — Dan Toribio Jr.