By Thinesh John
Following the immaculate success of PXC 31, the Guam-based Pacific Xtreme Combat MMA promotion announced several details for its next event.
PXC 32 is set to take place on July 28th, on Guam, at the UOG Fieldhouse. The event promises to deliver, with a couple of title fights on hand.
First up, ‘Baby’ Joe Taimanglo will put his 145-lbs/pound strap on the line against Korean fighter, Jang Yong Kim. The latter is 3-1-1 in his past 5 professional bouts, and has already competed 4 times in PXC.
The organization’s vacant Welterweight strap will also be up for grabs, as Korean Lim Hyun Gyu takes on Ryan Bigler. Bigler, who holds a professional record of 9-2, is a PXC veteran, having fought 9 times for the promotion. He has only been to a decision twice in his 11 pro bouts, and he holds a record of 7-2 in PXC. His opponent, in the meantime, fights out of Korean Top Team. Lim Hyun Gyu is on a tear with a 4 fight winning streak, earning TKO stoppage wins in all of his previous 4 bouts. The Korean has competed, notably, in M1, and in Japan’s DEEP promotion.
Here are the other match-ups that have been announced for PXC 32:
Kyle Aguon vs. Derek Rangamar
Ricky Camp vs. Junghoon Koh
Ronnie Borja vs. Kyle Reyes
Bryan Howard vs.Tyrone Jones
Josh Alvares vs. Mark Nuique
For more information regarding PXC, please visit http://pacificxtremecombat.com.