It was a sweet victory for Kyle Aguon as he avenged his 2008 loss by defeating Trevin Jones via unanimous decision last night in PXC 36 at UOG Field House, Guam.
With that win over Jones, Aguon might just put himself as the no. 1 contender for Crisanto Pitpitunge’s title.
Although the PXC officials are still on the process of choosing who will be Crisanto’s next foe, we will likely see either Aguon or Michinori Tanaka challenge Pitpitunge in May at PXC 37 in the Philippines as Tanaka, once again, impressed the PXC fans when he defeated top prospect from Reign Training Center, Caleb Vallotton via second round submission (triangle choke).
Also, Josh Calvo lived up to the hype as he demolished Johnavan Vistante by way of first round submission (RNC). With that impressive win over Vistante, Calvo just sent out a message to all fighters in his division that he is a force to be reckoned with. I would love to see him fight Zebaztian Kadestam or Bellator fighter, Ryan Ford, who has been showing his interest on fighting inside the PXC cage and said that he wants to make his debut in May at PXC 37 against Ryan Bigler.
Here’s the complete results for PXC 36:
Kyle Aguon def. Trevin Jones via UD
Kailin Curran def. Kaiyana Rain via UD
Josh Calvo def. Jhonavan Vistante via 1st rd. Submission (RNC)
Roque Martinez def. Mylo Lassiter via UD
Michinori Tanaka def. Caleb Vallotton via 2nd rd. Submission (Triangle choke)
Toby Misech def. Sung Hwan Cho via 3rd rd. KO (kick to the body)
Nate Thorell def. Robert Wusstig via UD
Koshi Matsumoto def. Tyrone Jones via 1st rd. Submission (RNC)
Ian Dela Cuesta def. Ricky Camp via 2nd round Submission (Triangle choke)
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