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Photo/Weights: Banal-Pungluang, Ruiz is Overweight

By James Goyder

The weights are in for "Pinoy Pride 17" - taking place at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. There were some weight issues. AJ Banal's opponent, Pungluang Sor Singyu of Thailand came in at 119-pounds on his first attempt, but made weight on his second try. They battle for the vacant WBO bantamweight title.

Daniel Ruiz couldn't make weight for his fight with Rey Bautista. His official weight is 129 so he loses 10% of his purse and has to wear 10oz gloves. The WBO International featherweight title will be on the line for Bautista only.

Weigh In, SM Mall of Asia Arena, Manila

AJ Banal 118
Pungluang Sor Singyu 118 (119 at first attempt)


 
Rey Bautista 126
Daniel Ruiz 129* (still waiting for him to make his second attempt)
 
Jason Pagara 140
Miguel Antoine 140
 
Michael Domingo 120
Mude Ntambe Rambison 118
 
Marlon Tapales 118
Rasmunudin 118
 
Juan Martin 129
Gerry Sismundo 131
 
Randy Bullong 117
Kasuma Ejiri 118
 
Robert Agcopra 131
Val Falcunya 130
 

Tags: Rey Bautista image   AJ Banal image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ShovelThumb on 10-19-2012

Lol @ Ruiz having to wear 10oz gloves.. absolute joke.

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