Jason Pagara made a tremendous display of his awesome boxing skills as he defeated the visiting Mexican Rosbel Montoya in the sixth round of the Pinoy Pride XV held at the Waterfront-Cebu City Hotel and Casino.
The game ended in a one-sided fight but Montoya demanded a second rematch and the promoter of ALA Promotions, Michael Aldeguer, accepted the offer and considered it as a good idea to be discussed later.
Pagara was able to avenged his lost to Montoya who dominated Pagara in their first meeting in September last year, where Montoya netted a unanimous decision win.
Jason Pagara (29-2, 18 KOs) snatched Montoya’s WBO International light welterweight title in the process. Montoya was down from a bone-cracking body shots twice in the first round. Although Montoya survived the early beatings but was sent to the floor twice in the third.
Referee Danrex Tapdasan counted Montoya out in the 1:41 mark of the sixth. Rosbel Montoya downed his record to 36W-5L-1D, 30 KO’s.
Meanwhile the Filipino boxing cast have dominated the visiting foes with the victories of Genesis “Azukal” Servania and the comebacking Jimrex “Executioner” Jaca.
Servania (19W-0L, 6 KOs) captured the vacant WBO Asia-Pacific Super Bantamweight title after punishing Mexican Jorge “El Feroz” Pazos (21W-4L, 14 KOs) via unanimous decision.
Jaca, knocked out the taller Angel “Arcangel” Martinez (18W-3L-1D, 13 KOs) in the last second of the final round of their eight-round showdown.
The 18-year old Prince Albert Pagara also won over Alvin Makiling of Bukidnon via unanimous decision while Mark Vincent Bernaldez defeated Joash Apericio of Bukidnon.