Skilled 24-year-old Filipino Jayson Vayson (10-1-1, 5 KO's) of the beautiful Municipality of Veruela in Agusan del Sur, Philippines, will have the golden opportunity of climbing the square ring to battle veteran 37-year-old African 112-pounder Jackson "M3" Chauke (22-2-2, 15 KO's) for the vacant IBF Flyweight Inter-Continental Title on Saturday, May 27, at the Superbowl, Sun City in South Africa, live on SuperSport.

The clash is crucial for both, not only because the rumble is an IBF intercontinental title fight, but also because they are both coming off setbacks by points in their previous hard-fought battles.

The winning fighter might secure a solid position in the IBF world rankings in the Flyweight division.

For the disciplined and focused Vayson, he will continue benefiting from the fantastic training at the high elevation of "The Summer Capital of the Philippines," Baguio City, under the guidance of experienced coach, former GAB Welterweight champ Alan Alegria of Cotabato del Norte.

Should the event unfold as planned, who would emerge victorious on fight night?

In the co-main event, battle-tested Mexican Hugo "Verdugo" Guarneros (20-5, 10 KO's) from Amozoc de Mota in Puebla ("Verdugo" means "Hangman"), collides hard against undefeated heavy-puncher southpaw Phumelele "The Truth" Cafu (8-0-3, 7 KO's) from Eastern Cape, South Africa, for the prestigious vacant IBF Super Flyweight International strap.

Guarneros is a tough, proven veteran with a lot of ring knowledge and a fan-friendly come-forward fighting style, while the 18-year-old Cafu is the promising, less experienced powerhouse willing to make it big in the super flyweight division.

The author, senior boxing writer Carlos Costa, can be reached at and whatsapp +639184538152.