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Taimanglo KOs opponent in PXC 32 title fight

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In the first fight of PXC 32 Tyrone Jones was victorious over veteran fighter Brian Howard. Jones controlled the fight when the fight went to the ground and looked impressive in his PXC debut. Tyrone was able to get the back of Howard and take his time to eventually sink in the rear naked choke in the 2nd round for the win.

Korean Top Team fighter Junghoon Koh came from behind to beat Spike 22 fighter Ricky Camp. Camp dominated the fight from up top and managed to stay ahead of Koh after 2 rounds. In the 3rd round Camp looked to be complaining about a poke to the eye but Junghoon Koh kept pressing the fight and finished camp off for his debut win in the PXC.

Kyle Aguon made his way back into the cage against Saipan fighter Derek Rangamar. Aguon worked the ground and pound to perfection and dominated the fight. Kyle landed several staples to soften up Rangamar and find an opening. Aguon was able to get the win by head and arm choke.

Josh Alvarez handed Saipan fighter Mark Nuique his first loss of his career after starting off 8-0. Alvarez worked the ground after a quick exchange. Josh Alvarez forced Nuique to tap after securing the arm in the very first round.

The vacant 170-pound title belt went to Korean Top Team fighter Lim Hyun Gu. Gu defeated Ryan Bigler by guillotine choke after Bigler went in for a single leg take down. Bigler was unsuccessful in the takedown attempt and got caught in the choke while pinning Gu up against the cage.

Kyle Reyes had no signs of ring rust after being away from the fight game for more than 2 years. Reyes beat out Comquest fighter Ronny Borja by rear naked choke in his first fight back to the PXC. Kyle controlled the fight and was able to pick his shots and land at will. Reyes earned the win by rear naked choke.

Baby Joe Taimanglo blew the roof off the Field House with his performance against Jang Yong Kim out of Korean Top Team. Joe came out of his corner throwing bombs and landed a shot that put Kim down, Baby Joe followed up with a flurry of punches that put Jang Yong Kim out and successfully defended his title in front of the home crowd.

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