San Isidro, Davao del Norte
The Philippines’ most esteemed amateur is now making big noise in the pro ranks. Suarez can fight seamlessly in both stances, possesses lots of speed, and a really good petrol tank that sees him well suited to the pros. Charly Suarez retains the amateur ethic of trying to win every round, and he carries power in both hands also. The King’s Warrior looks well on his way to a world title.
Charly was unstoppable in 2021, with five straight wins against quality opponents in JonJon Estrada, Pablito Canada, Eduardo Mancito, Lorence Rosas, and Delmar Pellio. Amazingly, he completed the task without dropping a round!. In what is without doubt the biggest local derby match of the year, we have the Philippines’ best boxer Charly Suarez, taking on perhaps the Philippines’ most dangerous , young and improving fighter in Tomjune Mangubat.
Whilst no one disputes the pedigree of Suarez, there are naysayers that maintain he left his assault on the world rankings has been left a little bit too late. Will this be pivotal match where Suarez shows he is getting a little “old” ?? If there is anyone who can put that theory to the test on March 12th, it is certainly the War Dog Tomjune Mangubat!
DOMINATION UKC is already underway, with many of Manila's best amateurs doing their thing before the professional card later today.
This was a classic match up Charly Suarez vs Nguyen Van Hai, held at the iconic Hoan Kiem Lake in the Vietnam capital of Hanoi, attracted a crowd of 25,000 people.
Recent Philippines visitor Linn "Sandstorm" Sandstrom returns to the ring in Newcastle, Australia next Wednesday night.Linn takes on the very versatile pinay Floryvic Montero.
The Games and Amusement Board recognized Philippines best boxer Charly Suarez, naming him their " Boxer of the month" in their recently released March ratings.
Pellio is set to lock horns with promising Vietnam fighter Dinh Hong Quan in a battle for the IBF Asia Lightweight title. And as the picture neatly shows, this pinoy warrior is primed for battle!
Suarez returned to the city last week from his home in Davao, and will now begin work in earnest for his upcoming assignment.
Manila super lightweight Argie "Bomba" Toquero is back in action Saturday April 23rd when he takes on Abdurasul Ismoilov for the vacant WBO Oriental title.