Mexican fighters warn Pagara brothers


Posted at Jun 18 2014 06:15 PM | Updated as of Jun 19 2014 02:17 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Mexican boxers Mario Meraz and Hugo Partida gave warning to the Pagara brothers, whom they will face in Pinoy Pride XXVI this Saturday in Cebu.

Meraz, a knockout artist with 16 stoppages in 20 victories, will fight WBO International junior welterweight champion Jason Pagara, while Partida is scheduled to go toe-to-toe with “Prince” Albert Pagara.

Meraz said in Ronnie Nathanielsz’s report to Philboxing that his title fight will end by knockout. “For sure it’s going to be a knockout – either me or [Jason] Pagara,” he said.
Jason himself as an impressive record of 33 wins spiced by 20 knockout victories. He only has two losses out of 35 fights.

Partida, for his part, promised a battle against the younger Prince Albert. “It will be a war,” he said.

The Mexican has a record of 21-4-2 including 16 knockouts, while Prince Albert remains unbeaten in 20 fights.

Pinoy Pride XXVI will take place at the Waterfront Hotel in Cebu this Saturday.