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PXC 20 features huge fight card

by Dave Delgado

Guam - In Mixed Martial Arts News, PXC 20 goes down Saturday July 24th at the UOG Field House. Fights fans can expect another action packed night of fights with some of the island's biggest names making their way back into the Terror Dome. Most of the fighters on the card will be representing the Spike 22 Gym with some fighters from off island making the trip to the big show.

PXC's Ken San Nicolas said, "The fight between Rob Washington and Ronnie Borja will definitely be one of the big fights on the card. Washington has been making a name for him fighting in the Asia region in other fight events and has the potential to be one of the best fighters on island. Ronnie Borja packs just as much hype as Rob does coming off a win in the last PXC event over Robert Wusstig. Borja has shown his stand up and submission skills in his last 2 fights looking to shoot up the 155-pound ladder with a win over the Beast. Baby Joe Taimanglo will be back taking on another top fighter from the Korean Top Team. After defeating one of their up and coming fighters in PXC 19 the Korean Top Team will be looking to even the score come fight night."

He also said, "Also making some noise will be the 135-pound lightweight tournament with Kyle Aguon back on the scene making things interesting in that weight class. Justin the Shocker Cruz has been dominating the division with Josh Alvarez lurking around ready to be crowned the #1 contender. The 2 fighters met a couple of months ago and went the distance in a fight that could have gone either way."

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