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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:48 pm 
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Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista lost via a split decision to Ramirez

Posted by: ikogsakanding April 21, 2013

Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista (34-3, 25KOs) lost his WBO Intercontinental featherweight title in a sometimes ugly brawl with rough and rugged Mexican challenger Jose “Negro” Ramirez (25-3, 15KOs) before a wildly cheering crowd of fight fans at the University of Southeastern Philippines gym after which respected ALA Promotions patron Tony Aldeguer told BoxingScene.com/Manila Standard it was time for Bautista to retire.

It was a decision concurred by his son, ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer and one that was relayed to Bautista who, despite a gallant effort, showed the wear and tear of an entertaining and exciting career that forced the Aldeguers hand.

From the time he was dropped in the opening round by a left-right combination to the chin and suffered a cut from an accidental head-butt, Bautista was unable to find his rhythm or to inflict any serious damage on the Mexican who surprisingly found himself at the end of a 111-114 scorecard by judge Edward Ligas which drew loud boos from the crowd when it was announced by Ted Lerner.

However, judges Danrex Tapdasan and Salven Lagumbay saved the day as well as the reputation and integrity of the Philippines when they correctly scored the fight for Ramirez by an identical 114-111 score which drew cheers from the fans in Davao who, like the rest of the country, abhor hometown decisions.

The action was fast and furious and spiced with quite a few ugly tactics by both fighters and in the din of the crowd international referee Bruce McTavish as well as the fighters didn’t hear the bell signaling the end of round two and continued to throw punches.

After a furious exchange in round three McTavish went to the corner of Bautista and asked him “Are you okay?” to which “Boom Boom’ replied “Yes, I’m okay.”

Ramirez was cautioned for using his head in round five and received a second warning from McTavish in the very next round, prompting Bautista to retaliate with some nasty tactics of his own prompting McTavish who did a tremendous job under trying circumstances to admonish Bautista telling him “Boom Boom keep it clean.”

Bautista hurt Ramirez with a solid right hand in round seven before dropping him with an excellent one-two combination in round eight.

Another head-butt by Ramirez in the tenth round forced the referee to penalize the Mexican a point for repeatedly charging forward with his head with an elbow on the side of Bautista’s head causing a cut which bled profusely before the ring physician took a look at it on the request of McTavish and ruled that Bautista could continue.

The tide had clearly turned in favor of Ramirez in the so-called championship rounds as he slammed Bautista with body shots and occasionally used a clubbing right hand to the side of the head.

The Aldeguer father and son were convinced that it was time for Bautista to hang up his gloves.

Tony Aldeguer, who looks after his fighters and doesn’t take money from them, said Bautista was well-set. He has two houses, four cars, a few businesses and money in the bank and it was time for him to look after his wife and newborn baby.

Aldeguer said “Boom Boom” had given fight fans lots of excitement during his career and he had nothing to be ashamed of.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:09 pm 
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The Labangal Kid wrote:
Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista lost via a split decision to Ramirez

Posted by: ikogsakanding April 21, 2013

Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista (34-3, 25KOs) lost his WBO Intercontinental featherweight title in a sometimes ugly brawl with rough and rugged Mexican challenger Jose “Negro” Ramirez (25-3, 15KOs) before a wildly cheering crowd of fight fans at the University of Southeastern Philippines gym after which respected ALA Promotions patron Tony Aldeguer told BoxingScene.com/Manila Standard it was time for Bautista to retire.

It was a decision concurred by his son, ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer and one that was relayed to Bautista who, despite a gallant effort, showed the wear and tear of an entertaining and exciting career that forced the Aldeguers hand.

From the time he was dropped in the opening round by a left-right combination to the chin and suffered a cut from an accidental head-butt, Bautista was unable to find his rhythm or to inflict any serious damage on the Mexican who surprisingly found himself at the end of a 111-114 scorecard by judge Edward Ligas which drew loud boos from the crowd when it was announced by Ted Lerner.

However, judges Danrex Tapdasan and Salven Lagumbay saved the day as well as the reputation and integrity of the Philippines when they correctly scored the fight for Ramirez by an identical 114-111 score which drew cheers from the fans in Davao who, like the rest of the country, abhor hometown decisions.

The action was fast and furious and spiced with quite a few ugly tactics by both fighters and in the din of the crowd international referee Bruce McTavish as well as the fighters didn’t hear the bell signaling the end of round two and continued to throw punches.

After a furious exchange in round three McTavish went to the corner of Bautista and asked him “Are you okay?” to which “Boom Boom’ replied “Yes, I’m okay.”

Ramirez was cautioned for using his head in round five and received a second warning from McTavish in the very next round, prompting Bautista to retaliate with some nasty tactics of his own prompting McTavish who did a tremendous job under trying circumstances to admonish Bautista telling him “Boom Boom keep it clean.”

Bautista hurt Ramirez with a solid right hand in round seven before dropping him with an excellent one-two combination in round eight.

Another head-butt by Ramirez in the tenth round forced the referee to penalize the Mexican a point for repeatedly charging forward with his head with an elbow on the side of Bautista’s head causing a cut which bled profusely before the ring physician took a look at it on the request of McTavish and ruled that Bautista could continue.

The tide had clearly turned in favor of Ramirez in the so-called championship rounds as he slammed Bautista with body shots and occasionally used a clubbing right hand to the side of the head.

The Aldeguer father and son were convinced that it was time for Bautista to hang up his gloves.

Tony Aldeguer, who looks after his fighters and doesn’t take money from them, said Bautista was well-set. He has two houses, four cars, a few businesses and money in the bank and it was time for him to look after his wife and newborn baby.

Aldeguer said “Boom Boom” had given fight fans lots of excitement during his career and he had nothing to be ashamed of.


at least kahit mag retire na siya masasabi nya na okay na ang buhay nya...IMO we will see him again fight with a different promoter ala Bernabe Concepcion :D

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:23 pm 
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I hope he goes to another manager with a different set of trainers. ALA's trainers have blown the chances on other excellent fighters in the past. Bautista is an excellent talent. I do believe he is a slow starter not a fast one everybody thought. He is much vulnerable in the early rounds of the fight. I think he has problems with warming up before a fight. Whatever it is, I think Bautista should leave behind the ALA stable and its set of trainers whose style of boxing is very predictable. If you can notice, almost all the ALA fighters have the same monotonous style only differing slightly. Look at what happened to Banal. This kid was a real good prospect. But they blew his chances. Then this Bautista. I think ALA should have swallowed their pride and hired services of other trainers. The Penalosa brothers could have helped them a lot.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:20 pm 
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time to retire.

I am disgusted by the judge who scored it 114-111 for Bautista. What was he thinking?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:23 pm 
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dong rey balek ka na balay mo at magsebak ka na lang ng kahoy


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 12:47 pm 
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Rey Boom Boom is good boxer. But his chin and defense must improve.

Ok ang title niya. Or record as a boxer.

I don't know why in the first round he was outpointed. Hindi ba siya nag-serious sa training? As according sa isang news sa Internet na nabasa ko?

Hopefully he will improve. I believe he can do it.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:22 am 
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froilanr wrote:
Rey Boom Boom is good boxer. But his chin and defense must improve.

Ok ang title niya. Or record as a boxer.

I don't know why in the first round he was outpointed. Hindi ba siya nag-serious sa training? As according sa isang news sa Internet na nabasa ko?

Hopefully he will improve. I believe he can do it.


there was no improvement at all.

he is the same boom2 who uses his face to block punches of his opponents using his face!

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:24 am 
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genetophile wrote:
time to retire.

I am disgusted by the judge who scored it 114-111 for Bautista. What was he thinking?


to think that we are very outraged as to how manny lost to bradley.

that judge should be banned from judging again.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:32 am 
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it's better for him to deliver noodles door to door :biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:34 pm 
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el critico wrote:
it's better for him to deliver noodles door to door :biglaugh:


gusto mo lng makita si boom boom sa pintuan mo e, mga pantasya mo el clit yung may pansit sa etits.. badng ka talaga..


trans: el clit is a trans gender.. :lol:

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Boom2x is just a class b boxer or class a at most.

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el critico wrote:
it's better for him to deliver noodles door to door :biglaugh:

:lol:


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After watching the replay, I am more disgusted now with this article that he did his best. It only means he is just a class C fighter. Is that the best he can offer? 8)

The first 2 rounds, he was outbox with the smaller opponent. What he did was only covered his face with the gloves and move forward allowing the opponent to make his face as a punching bag.

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He will still fight. He's still young. Boxing is his passion and bread and butter.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:53 pm 
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he is still young and i think he can come back.
he needs to rest first then start anew.

choose a trainer who is expert in defense.
like roger mayweather.


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