WATCH: David Carlos leaps over Pacquiao, Jimuel to win MPBL dunk title

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Posted at Feb 13 2020 08:43 PM | Updated as of Feb 13 2020 10:45 PM

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David Carlos of Makati-Super Crunch soars above MPBL founder Sen. Manny Pacquiao, his son Jimuel, and two others to complete his dunk attempt during the MPBL all-star slam-dunk contest at MoA Arena on Thursday. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

David Carlos of Makati-Super Crunch high-fives MPBL founder Sen. Manny Pacquiao after completing his dunk attempt during the MPBL all-star slam-dunk contest at MoA Arena on Thursday. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

David Carlos of Makati-Super Crunch receives the cheque he earned after winning the MPBL all-star slam-dunk contest at MoA Arena on Thursday. Presenting the cheque are Chooks-to-Go president Ronald Mascari├▒as and MPBL founder Sen. Manny Pacquiao. Looking on in the background is UP Fighting Maroons star Kobe Paras. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

David Carlos of Makati-Super Crunch again ruled the Chooks-to-Go MPBL all-star slam dunk contest at Mall of Asia Arena Thursday.

Carlos threw down a one-handed jam over four people, including MPBL founder Manny Pacquiao and his son, Jimuel.

"Medyo na-surprise ako. Na-hype ni Nick (Demusis) 'yung crowd pero ang dami nang situations na ganito and I had to pull off something sa bag ko na makuha ko 'yung 80 to 90 percent. Maganda naman 'yung result," shared Carlos.

"For me, magsisimula na 'yung season, mag-tour na kami, malaking event siya para ma-gauge kung nasaan ako, ano kailangan i-tweak sa technique at sa strength ko."

Bacoor's Demusis, meanwhile, threw down a two-handed slam tossed by Pacquiao to settle for 42 points while Chris Lalata of Bicol rounded out the top 3 with 37 points after his reverse two-handed flush.

Carlos bagged P100,000 in the event backed by Chooks-to-Go.

RJ Ramirez and Biboy Enguio, who got booted out in the first round, tallied 27 and 26 points, respectively.

Judges for the event were Chooks-to-Go president Ronald Mascari├▒as, Jimuel Pacquiao, MPBL commissioner Kenneth Duremdes, UP Fighting Maroons star Kobe Paras, and broadcast journalist Mark Zambrano.

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