Boxing at the Bay 5 is stacked

Brian Viloria returns to the ring on November 5 at Boxing at the Bay 5. But curiously, the undercard fighters are getting as much if not more attention than Viloria.

Last July, Viloria escaped with a split decision victory over Mexican Omar Soto. It was supposed to be his huge announcement that he’s back in form but he looked gassed again in the latter rounds. Now he will face Thai knockout artist Liempetch Sor Veerapol.

The 20-year-old Veerapol’s most recent win came against fellow Thai boxer Lookrak Kiatmungmee whom Veerapol knocked out three seconds into the very first round.

Veerapol has a record of 12 knockouts in 19 wins with 7 losses and one draw and is banking on his punching power to get him another victory.

The up-and-coming Al Sabaupan of Touch Gloves Gym will also be returning to action after his brutal one round KO victory over Wonpichit Twins Gym in the last installment of Boxing at the Bay. Sabaupan (13-0-1, 10 KOs) will fight Arnel Dunal (10-4-1, 4 KOs).

The undercard will also feature two of the most exciting fighters in the Philippines in Denver Cuello (24-4-6, 14 KOs) and Rodel Mayol (26-5-2, 20 KOs). These two knockout artists will face Thai opponents who will are all coming to kill or be killed.

Expect a lot of knockouts in this card which will be held at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.

Ticket prices are at 300 pesos for general admission, 500 pesos for ringside, and 800 for VIP seats, which are available at all SM Cinemas. These also come with free viewing tickets for the Pacquiao-Margarito fight on November 14.

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