Filipino Youth Bantamweight Eljay Pamisa and Boys Junior Flyweight Van Hendriche Abing, both from Cagayan de Oro City eked out split decision victories to advance in the next round in the ongoing Asian Youth & Junior Boxing Championships in Amman, Jordan.

Abing escaped with a win against hometown bet Nazmi Jaradat while Pamisa narrowly beat Kyrgyzstan’s Askatbek Chomonov. View the results below.

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Abing erupts in jubilation after being announced as the winner against Jordan’s Jaradat.

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Watch his fight below.

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Watch his fight below.

Two others from CDO, Boys Junior Pinweight Robert Malunoc (46 kgs) and Boys Youth Minimumweight Reymond Lofranco (48 kgs) drew byes and are set to see action on March 6 and 7, respectively.

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