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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:35 am 
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Guys, didn't u noticed the changes in the corner of Brian Viloria?
The chief trainer is Marvin Somodio, the little guy from Baguio
who supposed to be the conditioning coach of Pacman. He works
with coach Freddie in the wild card gym and i'm so amazed how he
instruct Brian Villoria on the sideline. He knows how to work under
pressure and he is well focused on their fight strategy. He emphasize
more working to the body of Tyson Marquez to let his hands down
and be able to land some punches to the head. And the rest is KO!:lol: :lol:

Kaya din pala ng PINOY maging world class trainer!
Hats off Mr. Marvin Somodio :D
Good Job!

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:18 am 
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ruben gomez is brian's trainer


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:22 am 
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para mo narin lang pinagdudahan na kaya pala ng pinoy maging champion??? for my own opinion...i think it doesn't matter who's your coach is.. kung focus kalang o dertimanadong manalo at may game plan..anything can happen..and of course a bit help of a coach whoever it is..


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:02 am 
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johnnyj wrote:
ruben gomez is brian's trainer




Brian Viloria stops Hernan Marquez to win unified WBA and WBO titles
CARLO PAMINTUAN, GMA News November 18, 2012 1:27pm
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(Updated 2:02 p.m., November 18) A lot of boxing observers felt that the fight between Brian Viloria (32-3-0, 19 KOs) and Hernan Marquez (34-3-0, 25 KOs) would be a barn-burner. It turned out to be all that and then some.

Viloria floored Marquez with a counter left hook in the tenth round just as Marquez was throwing a barrage of punches. Marquez was able to beat the count but he had wobbly legs when he got back to his feet. Viloria continued to pour in the punches until Robert Garcia waved the towel in surrender.

Viloria dictated the tempo of the fight but the dangerous Marquez was always in the thick of things. Every time Viloria looked like he was about to win the fight, Marquez came back and threw a flurry of his own.

Viloria had an auspicious start in the fight as he knocked down Marquez with a counter right hand. He invested in a lot of body shots that bothered Marquez.

After the fight, Viloria admitted that they worked on targeting the body of Marquez. “The body punches slowed down Marquez, especially in the early rounds,” he said. “I could hear the crunches from my body shots.”

In the fifth round, Marquez tagged Viloria with a big right hand which momentarily staggered the former Olympian. Marquez went for the kill but Viloria calmly weathered the storm by blocking most of the punches with his gloves. After Marquez punched himself out, Viloria went on a counter-attack and floored him again with a one-two.

“I knew it looked bad but I wasn't hurt,” Viloria said. “I knew he was going to get tired.”

Marquez got his second wind in the eighth and ninth rounds. At that point, Marquez knew he needed a knockout to win so he upped his work rate. Marquez attacked carelessly in the tenth thinking that Viloria was in trouble, but he got caught with one of Viloria’s patented counter left hooks which effectively ended the fight.

“I think my left hook was too fast for him,” said Viloria after the fight. That left hook of his has been too fast for his past six opponents. This win was his third successful title defense after winning the WBO flyweight title against Julio Cesar Miranda back in July of 2011. He defended it against Giovani Segura and Omar Nino Romero also via technical knockouts.

With that big win, Viloria is now the unified WBO and WBA flyweight champion, something that has not happened in boxing in almost 50 years.

This was Viloria’s first fight with trainer Marvin Somodio in his corner. Somodio, a local trainer from Baguio’s Shape-Up Boxing Gym, was brought to the United States by Freddie Roach to help the Hall-of-Fame trainer run the Wild Card Gym.

In the undercard, Roman Gonzales (34-0-0, 28 KOs) successfully defended his WBA light flyweight title in an exciting battle against Juan Francisco Estrada (22-2-0, 18 KOs). Gonzales won via unanimous decision with the scores of 118-110 and 116-112 twice but the scores did not reflect how good the fight was.

Gonzales could step up in weight to challenge Viloria for the unified WBA and WBO titles. — BM, GMA News

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:18 am 
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rhaythangz wrote:
para mo narin lang pinagdudahan na kaya pala ng pinoy maging champion??? for my own opinion...i think it doesn't matter who's your coach is.. kung focus kalang o dertimanadong manalo at may game plan..anything can happen..and of course a bit help of a coach whoever it is..


Opinion mo yan Bro endi skin! :D
Let me quote my statement "Kaya din pala ng PINOY maging world class trainer"
Endi ako nagdududa sa kakayahan ng Filipino, napabilib lang ako kz kahit baguhan
syang trainer,nagampanan nya ang kanyang role at hindi sya napadala sa pressure.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:27 am 
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smh...... you must not follow brians career, ruben gomez a old obese mexican has been training brian, eversince he split with roach and garcia, just because marvin the conditioning coach jumps in the ring In between breaks cuz gomez isnt fit enough or quick enough doesnt me he's the lead man, gomez like any real trainer was up close at the weigh inn behind marquez to make sure he made weight like any lead trainer would


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:45 am 
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johnnyj wrote:
smh...... you must not follow brians career, ruben gomez a old obese mexican has been training brian, eversince he split with roach and garcia, just because marvin the conditioning coach jumps in the ring In between breaks cuz gomez isnt fit enough or quick enough doesnt me he's the lead man, gomez like any real trainer was up close at the weigh inn behind marquez to make sure he made weight like any lead trainer would


Please watch when the two fighters meet in the ring for referee instructions, Robert Garcia is on the side of Hernan Marquez while on the side of Brian Villoria is Marvin Somodio. If Ruben Gomez is still the trainer of Brian Villoria, he should be the one on the side of Villoria. :lol: Watch also in between breaks, Somodio is the one giving instructions to Brian, Ruben Gomez acts like a cutman :lol:

I have paste already the link coming from GMA news, don't u think it is not reliable?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:02 am 
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Maybe he did not read, but i already read this a week or two that FR assign Somodio to train Brian for this fight. congrats


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:09 am 
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Maybe he did not read, but i already read this a week or two that FR assign Somodio to train Brian for this fight. congrats


I think so :D

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:22 am 
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http://www.boxingscene.com/photos-vilor ... nce--59391 fighters with thier lead trainers at the final presser, like I said before gomez these days can be seen walkin with a cane, it would be better for a 2nd or 3rd coach to jump in the ring and repeat pre giving instructions the same way freddie roach does to ariza,btw world class trainers are when a they build thier fighters up to championship status not taking over a accomplished champion


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:40 am 
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http://philboxing.com/news/story-77250.html

so there you go fellas! MARVIN SOMODIO IS THE TRAINER OF BRIAN VILORIA IN HIS LATEST FIGHT AGAINST HERNAN MARQUEZ

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:23 pm 
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johnnyj wrote:
http://www.boxingscene.com/photos-viloria-vs-marquez-final-press-conference--59391 fighters with thier lead trainers at the final presser, like I said before gomez these days can be seen walkin with a cane, it would be better for a 2nd or 3rd coach to jump in the ring and repeat pre giving instructions the same way freddie roach does to ariza,btw world class trainers are when a they build thier fighters up to championship status not taking over a accomplished champion


Bro where is the name of Ruben Gomez on the link u have posted? :lol:
I can't understand your logic? a trainer on the final presser or a trainer giving instructions
on the actual fight?

http://philboxing.com/news/story-77256.html
Try to read this article from Philboxing, hope it would enlighten u :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:30 pm 
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yortheman wrote:
http://philboxing.com/news/story-77250.html

so there you go fellas! MARVIN SOMODIO IS THE TRAINER OF BRIAN VILORIA IN HIS LATEST FIGHT AGAINST HERNAN MARQUEZ


johnnyj...there u go :D

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:35 pm 
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Somodio could very well be the Filipino Freddie Roach if he continues to learn under the guidance of the master. We've had world-class boxers come out of the country but we've never seen an excellent filipino trainer.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:56 pm 
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Lifer wrote:
Somodio could very well be the Filipino Freddie Roach if he continues to learn under the guidance of the master. We've had world-class boxers come out of the country but we've never seen an excellent filipino trainer.


Freddie Roach knows that Marvin Somodio has a potential to be good trainer, he noticed it during their training days
in Baguio with the great Manny Pacquiao. As a result Freddie brought him to the Wild card gym in the US to help out
train some other fighters. :D

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