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Carl Jammes Martin, Charly Suarez claim vacant WBA Asia titles

By: - Reporter / @MarkGiongcoINQ
/ 01:43 PM March 14, 2022
Charly Suarez

Olympian and many-time International campaigner Charly Suarez (right) will seek his 10th win as a pro when he faces Tomjune Mangubat (left) of Bukidnon in a 12-round WBA Asia championship Saturday, March 12, at the Elorde Sports Complex in Sucat, Parañaque.

MANILA, Philippines—Rio Olympian Charly Suarez scored a late stoppage over Tomjune Mangubat to claim the vacant WBA Asia super featherweight title on Saturday at Elorde Sports Complex in Parañaque City.

Suarez unleashed a flurry of punches against a defenseless Mangubat, forcing the referee to stop the fight in the 12th round of the main event.

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The 33-year-old Suarez improved his record to 10-0 with seven knockouts.

In the co-featured bout, Carl Jammes Martin overcame an early knockdown to beat Ronnie Baldonado via technical knockout.

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Martin, the rising Ifugao native, won the vacant WBA Asia super bantamweight crown and retained his Philippine super bantamweight belt.

The 22-year-old Martin, the latest Filipino to sign with Probellum after champions Nonito Donaire and Donnie Nietes, upped his mark to 19-0, 16KOs.

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