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FIGHTERS GEARED FOR PXC 36

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By Errol Alegre, Jr.

After the official weigh-ins held at the Amphitheater at Pacific Islands Club, 18 fearless competitors will head to the cage tomorrow night for what is expected to be an exciting PXC 36 event at the UOG Field House.

The event will feature Underworld Extreme’s Trevin Jones going up against Spike 22’s Kyle Aguon in a long-awaited rematch. After three action-filled rounds of their first meeting in PXC 23, Jones took the win via unanimous decision. Now, almost two years later, the two talented competitors will meet again in the cage to go head-to-head in the main event of the night. In addition, the crowd could not ask for a more evenly matched match-up. Both competitors possess powerful punches and are willing to go straightforward with their stand up games, but both have also won their last two matches via submission, showing that they can be deadly on the ground as well.

Another highlight of the event will be the first ever PXC professional female bout featuring 21-year old Kailin Curran of Hawaii making her professional debut against 39-year old Kaiyana Rain of California.

“My thoughts are always the same, it’s nothing new to me,” stated Rain on her much younger opponent. “We’re pretty evenly matched. She comes to fight and I come to fight. But I’m focused and ready to go and I am honored to be a part of PXC.”

Despite the age difference, both fighters came to the scales looking fit and ready for combat.

“I’m pretty excited, but I take it just like any other fight,” stated a focused Curran. “She is 39, I’m pretty sure her body is well-matured. But abs can’t punch so I’m not intimidated,” she added.

Kyle Aguon vs. Trevin Jones

Kyle Aguon (4-3-0) Spike 22. 135lbs

Kyle Aguon (4-3-0) Spike 22. 135lbs

Trevin Jones (4-1-0) Underworld Extreme. 136lbs

Trevin Jones (4-1-0) Underworld Extreme. 136lbs

 

 

 

 

 

Kaiyana Rain vs. Kailin Curran

Kaiyana Rain, Kailin Curran

Kaiyana Rain (0-1-0) Werdum Combat Gym/Kings MMA. 113lbs

Kaiyana Rain (0-1-0) Werdum Combat Gym/Kings MMA. 113lbs

Kailin Curran (0-0-0)Gracie Technics. 115lbs

Kailin Curran (0-0-0) Gracie Technics. 115lbs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roque Martinez vs. Mylo Lassiter

Roque Martinez, Mylo Lassiter

Roque Martinez (5-4-1) Spike 22. 235lbs

Roque Martinez (5-4-1) Spike 22. 235lbs

Mylo Lassiter (4-1-0) Trench Tech. 216lbs

Mylo Lassiter (4-1-0) Trench Tech. 216lbs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Fights:

Josh Calvo (6-2-0) Combat Sports and Fitness/Spike 22. 172lbs

vs.

Johnavan Vistante (4-4-0) Sit You Down. 169lbs

 

Caleb Vallotton (3-1-0) Reign MMA. 135lbs

vs.

Michinori Tanaka (6-0-0) Reversal Gym Yokohama Ground Slam. 135lbs

 

Robert Wusstig (4-6-0) Countershot MMA. 145lbs

vs.

Nate Quiniola (3-1-0) 808 Fight Factory. 145lbs

 

Ian Dela Cuesta (6-3-0) 808 Fight Factory. 135lbs

vs.

Ricky Camp (4-2-0) Spike 22. 136lbs

 

Tyrone Jones (1-1-0) Underworld Extreme. 155lbs

vs.

Koshi Matsumoto (8-4-1) Master Japan. 155lbs

 

Cho Sung Hwan First Gym Korea. 146lbs

vs.

Toby Misech (2-2-0) Lava MMA/808 Factory. 145lbs

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