VIDEO: Mark Magsayo Nails Backflip After Knocking Out Julio Ceja

​Mark Magsayo Performs Backflip After Knocking Out Julio Ceja

MARK MAGSAYO – Boholano boxer Mark Magsayo does backflip in the ring after knocking out Mexican boxer Julio Ceja.

Filipino boxer Mark Magsayo started boxing in 2003. He won 4 championships in the Amateur Boxing Association of the Philippines before turning to professional boxing in 2013.

In that year, he defeated 4 Pinoy opponents namely Hagibis Quinones, John Rey Melligen, Jamjam Ungon, and Melton Sandal. Last year, he defeated American boxer, Rigoberto Hermosillo, via split decision in LA, California.

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On April 10, 2021, Mark Magsayo KOd Pablo Cruz of the United States in Uncasville, Connecticut, USA. His recent wins improved his boxing record to twenty-three (23) wins and 0 loss.

The 26-year-old boxer from Bohol spent all of his eight-year pro boxing careers looking up to his idol Pambansang Kamao Manny Pacquiao. He fought on the fighting senator’s PPV undercard on Sunday (Manila Time).

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Mark Magsayo (23-0, 16 KOs) delivered a finish worthy of the Pinoy legendary boxer. He knocked out Mexican boxer Julio Ceja (32-5-1, 28 KOs) 50 seconds in the 10th round of World Boxing Council (WBC) featherweight title eliminator at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The undefeated Pinoy boxer landed 2 perfect right hands on Julio’s jaw, knocking him unconscious and winning the World Boxing Organization (WBO) International featherweight title. He was trained by Manny Pacquiao’s mentor Freddie Roach.

Photo Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

After knocking down Julio Ceja, Mark Magsayo unleashed a backflip in the ring in celebration following the finish of an exciting bout.

 Watch the video below:

In a previous article, Cuban boxer Yordenis Ugas just claimed the biggest victory of his boxing career. He defended his World Boxing Association (WBA) super welterweight title against Manny Pacquiao. The Olympian won by unanimous decision  115-113, 116-112, 116-112.

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