MAMA TWINS REMAIN UNBEATEN IN “BRAWL AT THE MALL”

GEN. Santos City — The fighting Mama twins of Sanman Boxing Gym remained unbeaten after scoring contrasting wins in the “Brawl at the Mall: Young Gunz” last Sunday night at the Robinson’s Place here.
Jayson Mama successfully made his debut in the 10 rounder by stopping a more experienced Rodel Tejares via a technical knockout during the rest period of the 6th round in the main event.
Mama, a flyweight started to dominate the fight in Round 2 with his quickness in throwing his left-right combinations to keep Tejares at bay. Mama’s solid punches forced Tejares to quit the fight after five rounds.
“It was a great learning experience for him (Jayson). He fought a veteran in his first 10 rounds and performed well,” said Sanman Promotions Chief Executive Officer Jim Claude “JC” Manangquil.
The 20-year old Mama scored his 8th straight win and 4th knockout while 33-year old Tejares, who is a veteran of five championship fights, dropped to 21 wins, 6 KOs, 45 losses and 7 draws.
“Jayson is young and his future looks good for him,” Manangquil said.
Earlier, Jerven Mama used his combinations and solid punches to score a convincing unanimous decision against Joey Antonio of Empire Gym Davao in a 6-rounder match.
“Jerven (3-0, 2KOs) was also impressive tonight,” added Mananquil.
Judges Romy Fordaliza and Lito delos Reyes both scored 59-55 while judge Mario de Ramos had it 60-54 all for the super flyweight Jerven.
Meanwhile, reigning IBF Youth super flyweight champion Jade Bornea landed powerful body shots to pummel to submission John Rey Lauza in just 46 seconds of the 2nd round.
Bornea, who also has a twin boxer, now has 10 wins with seven knockouts. He just retained his title by 4th round TKO win Samuthra Sitharan last Sept. 9 in Polomolok.
“Bornea also showed his world class skills and his future is also bright,” said Manangquil.
Journeyman Nicong Calamba of Agusan del Sur scored an upset against early-favorite Jestoni Makiputin via an 8th round . Calamba’s antics destroyed Makiputin’s fighting style.
Rimar Metuda also of Sanman stopped Richard Betos by a TKO in the rest period of the 5th round after the later was bombarded with body and head shots in the 4th round.
Six other young Sanman fighters also all won convincingly.
Jason Francisco TKO’d Michael Borja in 2:27 of the 3rd round. Dave Apolinario TKO’d Rez Padrogane in 2:40 in the 5th round after a grueling match.
Mark Antonio TKO’d Romulo Ramayan in 1:31 of the 6th and final round. Ramayan turned his back after absorbing a relentless attack by Antonio.
Edemel Dawa won by a UD against Elizer Ambon, who was also deducted for clinching.
Judy Flores made his successful debut by beating Jeorge Perez via a UD.
Jhun Rick Carcedong also won his pro debut via a TKO in 55 seconds of the first round against Rico Nakario of Bukidnon.
The boxing card was promoted by Dexter “Wang Yu” Tan and supported by the Mt. Sabrina Mountain Resort and SAFI Meat Shop.
Also present among the huge crowd were former two-division world champion Gerry Penalosa and current WBC Youth Intercontinental lightweight champion Romero “Ruthless” Duno.

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