By Lito delos Reyes
DAVAO CITY — Promoter-manager Jim Claude “JC” Manangquil of Gen. Santos City is still working out for the beneficiaries of his boxers from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Social Amelioration Program (SAP).
The 27-year old Manangquil is still working on the papers needed for his boxers.
Among the local boxers are lightweight Romero “Duno” Duno, light flyweight Randy “Razor” Petalcorin, bantamweight Ben “Nightmare” Mananguil, flyweight Jerven “Iron Fist” Mama, Jayson “Smashers” Mama and Dave “Dobermann” Apolinario.
He is also working the papers of those who are now fighting in the United States.
They are super featherweight John Vincent “Mulawin” Moralde, bantamweight Reymart “Assassin” Gaballo, Mark “Machete” Bernaldez, James Bacon and Mike “Iron” Plania.
The DSWD is expected to give at least P5,000 to P8,000 each to the boxers and trainers.