THE Guam Sports Complex in Harmon was quite busy Saturday night as boxers came ready to get their fight on.
Sponsoring their third event, the Guam International Boxing Council had 12 bouts scheduled on the fight card. With all the intense, hard-hitting action, it was almost a guarantee that no one in attendance would be disappointed.
Williams defeats Caballero
In the fifth fight of the night, Will Williams of Carlson Gracie Gym took on Coral Reef Andersen's Chris Caballero. Both fighters looked primed and ready for action. However, not too long into the bout, Williams ran into slight trouble as he found himself on the mat after a slip. After recovering to the stand-up position, Williams controlled the fight. Despite the great effort by Caballero, Williams put on a display of great punching speed and power that eventually led to a referee stoppage for the win.
Manala defeats Bueno
The opening bout of the night showcased Countershot's Ronald Manalo taking on Chris Bueno of Kontenda's Gym. Both fighters gave each other a good fight and didn't disappoint. When the match came to a close, the scorecards were needed to decide an eventual winner. After the announcement was made, it was Manalo's hand raised victorious via unanimous decision.
Other fight night results
- Zach Tenorio defeated Aaron McLeland via unanimous decision.
- Kyle Toves defeated Jeremy Hocog via referee stoppage.
- Thomas Dye defeated Steve Kasala via referee stoppage.
- Raynielle Rivera defeated Hurao Sanz via unanimous decision.
- Tedi Saol defeated Bryan Abarca via referee stoppage.
- Nicolas Raval defeated Derek Padrones via split decision.
- Adrienne Francisco defeated Bacardi Galves via referee stoppage.
- Rion Alfred defeated Francis Paulino via split decision.
- Ismael Magro defeated Rudell O'Connor via referee stoppage.
- Luis Kaluu defeated Dylan Mobel via referee stoppage.