PXC 22 features huge MMA fight card
by Dave Delgado
Guam - A total of 5 amateur bouts will get the show started for PXC 22 tomorrow night at the U.O.G Field House. In the first fight of the night Derik Hattori will face Ricky Camp. Hattori weighed in at 133-pounds, Ricky Camp will come in at 135-pounds.
Mike Vidaurri makes his way back into the cage to take on Trevin Jones. Vidaurri weighed in at 144 ½ pounds, as did Trevin Jones. Jones is coming off a win in the last PXC Event.
Matt Quenga and Ernie Santos mark the 3rd amateur bout of PXC 22. Quenga comes in at 124 ½ pounds, Ernie Santos also weighed in at 124 ½ pounds.
Lloyd Cubacub and Matt Arrujeo will take to the cage to the cage next, Cubacub weighed in at 144 ½ pounds, Arrujeo comes in at 144-pounds even.
Now for your professional fight card, Ian Dela Cuesta out of Hawaii weighed in at 147-pounds he is set to take on Alex Castro. Castro comes in at 145 ½ and is coming off 2 straight submission wins. Castro says fight fans can see a more versatile fighter this time around.
Korean Top Team Fighter David Cho weighed in at 138-pounds. The off island fighter will go heads up with Spike 22 Ground Fu Fighter Tony Reyes. Tony weighed in at 142-pounds and will look to pick up his first win in the Terror Dome.
Baby Joe Taimanglo takes on Hawaii Fighter Travis Beyer. Beyer is undefeated and arrives tonight. Taimanglo came in at a ripped 145-pounds and will definitely put on a good show tomorrow night.
Hawaii's Harris Sarmiento and Korean Top Team Fighter Kim Jang Yong look to get the crowd going in a 155-pound match up. Sarmiento has fought on island before, Yong will make his debut into the PXC.
In the first of 2 main event fights of the night, Micah Tobias and Ronnie Borja meet for the second time, this time it's for the Lightweight Title. Micah came in at an even 155-pounds, Ronny also at a perfect 155-pounds. The two fighters say that they weren't at 100 percent in their first meeting so look forward to this fight being even more exciting than their last meeting.
The heavyweights take to the cage in the last fight of the night for the championship title. Saipan's Kelvin Fitial and Roke Martinez got a little heated at the weigh-ins as both fighters know what's at stake. Fitial weighed in at 244-pounds, the champ weighed in 235 ½ pounds. Fitial says he is in good shape and is ready to go, Roke says that his preparation here on Guam and in Washington has made him an even better fighter.