Pinoy Pride 41 Results: Magsayo remains undefeated


We had Another successful Pinoy Pride 41 and Magsayo, Albert Pagara and Santisima are won all by vicious knockouts.


In the Main Event, Mark "Magnifico" Magsayo knocks down the Nicaraguan fighter three times in the 1st round to win his to 17th professional fight via KO. The referee stops the fight 1:45 in the first round and Magnifico improved his record to 17 wins with 13 knockouts.

In the Co-Main Event, Jeo 'Santino' Santisima improved his KO record to 13 wins with 12 KO victories and 2 losses. Santisima knocked out the very aggressive formerly undefeated Goodluck Mrema. Santisima connects solid left hook to the head of the Tanzanian in the very 1st round to win the fight. The Tanzanian tasted his 1st defeat and dropped his record to 16 wins with 1 lost.

Meanwhile Albert Pagara rebuilds his knockout power by winning the fight against the Thailander Aekkawee Kaewmanee in the 4th round. Pagara dropped the Thailander with a left uppercut in the body that puts the Thailander down in a couple of minutes. The Thai was carried on a stretcher out of the ring and brought to the hospital.

Jason Canoy (13-3-1, 6KOs) defeated Melvin Jerusalem (11-2-0, 7KOs)  via unanimous decision
Kevin Jake Cataraja (6-0-0, 5KOs) knocks out Lony Cadayday (4-2-2, 1KO) in the first round
Junrel Jimenez (8-2-0, 4KOs)  knocks out Margarito Moya in 3rd (9-4-0, 3KOs)
Esneth Domingo (7-0-0, 5KOs) defeated John Kenan Villaflor via UD (6-3-3, 2KOs)
Jeno Macapobre (1-0-0, 0KOs) won his professional debut over Rolien Getalada (0-4-0)

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