FIGHT UPDATE: Donnie Nietes defeated Edgar Sosa via Unanimous Decision! Congratulations Donnie "Ahas" Nietes!
After the last successful Pinoy Pride, here come's the Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa. This Pinoy Pride 38 is the latest installment of Pinoy Pride series that Donnie "Ahas" Nietes vs Edgar Sosa is the main event of the installment. Pinoy Pride 38 with Fight Update for Nietes vs Sosa Fight Stream Live Update with Fight Results and Replay Update including Pinoy Pride XXXVIII Mark 'Magnifico' Magsayo and Arthur Villanueva undercards with Fight Result and Fight Replay this coming September 24, 2016 at StubHub Center, Carson, California brought to you by ALA Promotion and in partnership with ABS-CBN Corporation. The main event between Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa of “Pinoy Pride 38: Philippines vs Mexico” this Saturday night at StubHub Center, Carson, California and will be aired internationally through TFC (The Filipino Channel) and in the Philippines via ABS-CBN Channel 2.
EVENT: Pinoy Pride 38
TITLE: Philippines vs Mexico
MAIN EVENT: Donnie "Ahas" Nietes vs Edgar Sosa
TIME: September 24, 2016
PLACE: StubHub Center, Carson, California
EARLY FIGHT RESULTS:
- Donnie Nietes defeated Edgar Sosa via UD
- Arthur Villanueva defeated Juan Jimenez via 2nd round KO
- Mark Magsayo defeated Ramiro Robles via UD
- Cesar Hernandez defeated Martin Murillo via TKO round 2
- Joel Siapno lost to Isaac Freeman via KO Rnd 4
- Bengar Garcia lost to Latorie Woodberry via SD
- Ezra Hernandez lost to Abraham Calderon Ruiz via UD
Fight Replay and Highlights from Pinoy Pride 28:
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Round By Round Update of Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa Fight:
- Donnie Nietes defeated Sosa by UD!
- R12 Donnie finishes R12 strong. Should be an easy win. Dominant debut for Nietes at flyweight. Nietes finishes strong. No knockdowns but both men showed why they champions.
- R11 Nietes landing shots but Sosa is tough. Mexican is starting throw more punches now. Steady eleventh for Donnie. Should be a clear cut decision win for him if nobody gets KOd in R12.
- R10 All for Nietes. Nietes landing some nice counter hooks. Sosa needs some knocks downs to get back in this fight. Sosa nearly gets knocked down from a delayed reaction. Nietes nearly finishes Sosa. Sosa saved by the bell in R10, got staggered by 1-2 late, Donnie went in for the kill.
- R9 Nietes fighting a very safe fight. Little gambling punches. Light combinations and counter punching.
- R8 Nietes showing he has become a complete fighter thus far.
- R7 Seven rounds of boxing clinic by professor Donnie 'Ahas' Nietes
- R6 Nietes methodically shrinking Sosa with laser-guided combos.
- R5 Donnie Ahas Nietes showing power and accuracy like never before.
- R4 Sosa connects to d jaw. Nietes comes back w a1-2, double jab and right straight. Donnie unfazed. Solid right, and Sosa wobbled!
- R3 well-timed shots, ring generalship, impressive counterpunching, Ahas proving thus far he can dominate Sosa.
- R2 few boos frm crowd, Nietes reacts, 1-combo stuns Sosa. A few more 1-2 by Nietes. Donnie on the move!
- R1 very tentative rd for both boxers. Few jabs and body shots by Nietes could win for him this rd.
Our Filipino and the Philippines' longest champion Donnie 'Ahas' Nietes will battle against the former long time WBC light flyweight champion Edgar Sosa from Mexico held at the StubHub Center, Carson, California this Saturday night - September 24, 2016. They will be showcasing their talent for the WBO Inter-Continental flyweight showdown on the main event of 'Philippines vs Mexico'. Donnie Nietes is the one who is moving up in weight from junior light flyweight to light flyweight division.
Donnie Nietes (38-1-4, 22KOs) vs Edgar Sosa (52-9-0, 30KOs) is a promising match up of the fight. Let us see how Donnie fights in this division as he giving up his WBO light flyweight belt to seek for another milestone in a higher division. According to Philboxing.com, Nietes decided to drop his WBO junior flyweight belt a few months ago to pursue possible lucrative fights with then WBA/WBO flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada and then WBC flyweight champion Roman Gonzalez. But Gonzalez, the acknowledged No. 1 pound for pound fighter in the world, gave up his flyweight belt to fight WBC super flyweight king Carlos Cuadras last Sep. 10 which Gonzalez won by unanimous decision. Estrada also decided to gave up his flyweight belts, just this week, to pursue a fight with Gonzalez and will face Filipino Raymond Tabugon on Oct. 8 in his initial fight of the super flyweight division. That left Nietes without a dance partner in his new division which has been left almost void by the two most bankable names in the lower weights.
Donie Nietes now 34, also held the WBO World Minimumweight title before his impressive run at light flyweight, setting the record for the longest reign held by a Filipino boxer will be facing former World Boxing Council (WBC) Light Flyweight champ Edgar Sosa in his first fight at flyweight. Edgar Sosa, on the other hand, is coming off a victory over Orlando Garcia Guerrero after his loss to current WBC World Flyweight champ Ramon “Chocolatito” Gonzalez via second round TKO in Inglewood, California last year.
In the interview, “I am going to stay here for a while and after, I will follow Gonzalez and Estrada in the super flyweight division,” Nietes, who is now ranked No. 1 by the WBO in the flyweight division after dominating the light flyweight and minimumweight divisions, He said.
In the undercard and in the co-main event, unbeaten ALA Boxing sensation Mark "Magnifico" Magsayo puts his WBO International Featherweight Championship on the line against Mexico's Ruben Garcia. Also in a featured bout, "King" Arthur Villanueva puts his newly-won WBO Asia Pacific Bantamweight Championship against Juan "El Peñita" Jimenez, a rematch of their controversial contest back in Bacolod.
Mark Magsayo will up against Ramiro Robles who is the replacement of the original foe. Robles (13-5-1, 8KO) only knew he would be fighting in California last Friday, Sep. 16, after Magsayo's original opponent, Ruben Garcia, backed out due to a reported injury. He knew nothing who Magsayo was and only come to know tidbits about him when he arrived in the US Tuesday. Magsayo (14-0-0, 11KOs) who will make his second appearance at StubHub, is cautious, and said he saw the fights of Robles on video. “He's a good boxer and likes to come forward and engaged so I have to be careful,” Magsayo said. Surely, Magsayo, who has trained for more than three months for this fight, is several notches up in readiness and judging from how soft Robles's midsection when Philboxing interviewed him on Wednesday, the danger here is not for Magsayo to lose but for Robles to get hurt badly from Magsayo's patented two-fisted attack. Also we can see in action pack undercards between Filipino King Arthur Villanueva vs. Juan Jimenez of Mexico.
Mark Magsayo (14-0-0, 11KO), who disposed former world title challenger Chris Avalos of California in six rounds last April in Cebu, will defend his WBO International featherweight title against a yet to be determined opponent. Magsayo has been training at Roach's Wildcard Gym in Los Angeles recently and returned to Cebu Monday from San Francisco together with the Pagara brothers Albert and Jason who co-headlined the 'Pinoy Pride 37' card at the San Mateo Event Center in San Mateo, California. How would Magsayo able to win this fight?
Arthur Villanueva (29-1-0, 15KO), who won the WBO Asia-Pacific bantamweight title over Juan Jimenez (22-10-0, 15KO) of Mexico last May 28 in Bacolod City, has been ordered by the WBO to rematch Jimenez after a sudden and bizarre ending of their last fight at the 21 second mark of the 4th round. If Villanueva wins impressively, can he get back to title contention?
It will be a much exciting fight to watch on. What do you think about the fight?
It will be a somewhat promising fight for Donnie Nietes as he move up in another division. Don't be afraid to watch the Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa Live Streaming, Result, and Replay Update.
Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa Live Streaming
For you to watch Pinoy Pride 38 dubbed as "Philippines vs Mexico" - the fight will be watched here on Philippines local time only on ABS CBN Kapamilya this September 24, 2016 starts at 10:15 am in the morning Sunday and in the afternoon only at Studio 23 network. We do our best for possible real time live streaming of Pinoy Pride 38 - Nietes vs Sosa Fight if there's available.
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Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa Fight Results
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Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa Video Replay
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Pinoy Pride 38 - Donnie Nietes vs Edgar Sosa - ABS-CBN Replay
ABS-CBN channel 2 will televise the Pinoy Pride 38: Nietes vs Sosa at 3:30 PM on September 25, 2016
This is the third time a “Pinoy Pride” event is held in the United States, showing the growing interest and support among overseas Filipinos and foreign audiences for the country’s new generation of fighters. Great Pinoy Pride international hosting so far.
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Let's hope for the the country’s longest-reigning Filipino champion Donnie "Ahas" Nietes will continue winning this higher division and we all know that he's not done yet.
We will going to witness at the StubHub Center in California, USA for “Pinoy Pride 38: Philippines vs Mexico” this Sunday (September 25) on ABS-CBN ch. 2 at 3:30pm and S+A ch. 23 at 7:30pm.
Thank you for following the Pinoy Pride 38 "Philippines vs Mexico Card" - Nietes vs Sosa Fight and its undercards. Till next time of Pinoy Pride installment.