The Philippines’ Eljay Pamisa from Cagayan de Oro will be bringing home at least a bronze medal after eliminating hometown bet Habeeb Libzo in the Asian Youth & Junior Boxing Championships 2022 in Amman, Jordan. The 18-year old Pamisa will next face Iran’s Nima Beygi in the men’s bantamweight semifinals.

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Meanwhile, three other Kagayanons were not as fortunate. Reymond Lofranco lost a narrow 2-3 decision to Kyrgyzstan’s Bekzat Ergeshov in youth minimumweight (48kg). Van Hendriche Abing lost to another boxer from Kyrgyztan Emir Kelychbekov in flyweight (50kg). Robert Malunoc was outpointed by India’s Krrish Pal (1-4) in men’s junior pinweight (46kg).

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photos by ASBC Boxing

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