Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts


Filipino boxers have been taking part in different fights happening all around the world in various weight classes. Therefore, this blog will discuss the upcoming Pinoy Boxing latest Fight 2024, results, highlights & notes regarding the recent Pinoy Boxing fights that happened, and boxing online betting options that you must try at the EsballPH platform.

Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts

Upcoming Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024

Here are the top fights that will take place in the near future featuring top boxers from the Philippines.

Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts

Manny Pacquiao vs Conner Ben

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is preparing for his comeback fight against a promising young boxer. Pacquiao recently met with Conor Benn in Saudi Arabia after the Anthony Joshua-Francis Ngannou weigh-in. Pacquiao expressed his desire to sign a contract to fight Benn, a rising star from England. This potential matchup has sparked excitement among boxing fans, as they eagerly await the official announcement of the fight.

"I'm in shape, ready to go, and the months we gave them [to schedule the fight] are May and June," Pacquiao said.

Manny Pacquiao   Conner Benn
62-8-2 Boxing Record 23-0-0
Southpaw Stance Orthodox
Pacman Alias The Destroyer
Philippines Nationality England
45 years Age 27 years
5 Feet 5 ½  Inches (166cm) Height 5 Feet 8 Inches (173cm)
67 Inches (170cm) Reach N/A
Welterweight Division Welterweight

Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts

Eumir Marcial Vs Theodsak Sinam - March 23 2024

In the Pinoy Boxing latest Fight 2024, Olympian Eumir Marcial will return to the ring for a homecoming fight against Thoedsak Sinam of Thailand at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium on March 23. boxing online betting odds pick Marcial as the favorite to win the bout. Marcial, aged 28, last fought in the Philippines during the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, where he won gold.

This eight-round middleweight bout marks his first professional fight in a year and serves as his final match before the Paris Olympics in August. With a record of 4-0 (2 KOs), Marcial aims for a strong performance, using this fight as a sendoff to prepare for the Olympic stage.

“I intend to put on a great show for those who will watch and see me live. I believe that I will be more than ready by the time I get to Paris in July,” said Eumir Marcial.

“It’s going to be a great fight, a great treat for the Filipino fans as Eumir Marcial will be fighting before a hometown crowd,” said Sean Gibbons who is president of MP Promotions.

Eumir Marcial   Theodsak Sinam
4-0-0 Boxing Record 23-13-0
Southpaw Stance Orthodox
Philippines Nationality Thailand
28 years Age 28 years
161 lbs (73 KG) Weight 108 lbs (49 KG)
5 Feet 8 Inches (173cm) Height 5 Feet 8 Inches (173cm)
N/A Reach 65 ½ Inches (166cm)
Middle Lightweight Division Super Middleweight

Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts

Melvin Jerusalem vs Yudai Shigeoka - March 31, 2024

The boxing world championship comes back to Japan on March 31 at the International Conference Hall in Nagoya. Leading the fight card is Japanese southpaw Yudai Shigeoka defending his WBC minimumweight title against former WBO champion Melvin Jerusalem of the Philippines.

In this Pinoy Boxing latest Fight 2024, Ginjiro Shigeoka of Japan will defend his IBF minimumweight title against Filipino boxer ArAr Andales. It promises to be an exciting event with two title fights showcasing top fighters from Japan and the Philippines battling it out in the ring.

 Yudai Shigeoka   Melvin Jerusalem
8-0-0 Boxing Record 21-3-0
Champion Title Challenger
Orthodox Stance Orthodox
Japan Nationality Philippines
26 years Age 30 years
105 lbs (47.6 KG) Weight 108 lbs (49.0 KG)
5 Feet 3 Inches (161cm) Height 5 Feet 2 Inches (157cm)
62.5 Inches (159cm) Reach 62 Inches (157cm)
Minimum Light Flyweight Division Minimumweight

Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024, Upcoming Bouts

Miel Fajardo Vs Thanongsak Simsri - April 13, 2024

In a highly anticipated Pinoy Boxing latest Fight 2024 in Osaka, Japan, on April 13th, Thailand's Thanongsak Simsri (32-1, 30 KOs) will face off against Filipino powerhouse Miel Fajardo (11-1-2, 10 KOs). Fajardo ranked No. 10 by The Ring, will defend his OPBF light flyweight title against the determined Thanongsak, aged 23 and ranked No. 4 by the WBO.

Although Thanongsak has only one loss, to Masamichi Yabuki, he's considered a skilled challenger. Fajardo, with less fight experience, has faced tougher opponents and holds rankings with four major sanctioning bodies. This fight is a significant test for both, but particularly for Thanongsak.

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Miel Fajardo   Thanongsak Simsri
11-1-2 Boxing Record 31-1-0
Orthodox Stance Orthodox
Philippines Nationality Thailand
24 years Age 23 years
5 Feet 4 Inches (163cm) Height 5 Feet 3 Inches (160cm)
65 Inches (165cm) Reach 63 ½ Inches (167cm)
Light Flyweight Division Light Flyweight

Results of Pinoy Boxing Latest Fight 2024

Date Boxer Opponent Result Title/Note
Feb 24, 2024 Jonas Sultan Riku Masuda Lost via KO (1st round) N/A
Feb 24, 2024 Jerwin Ancajas Takuma Inoue Lost via KO (9th round) WBA World Bantamweight
Jan 31, 2024 Mike Plania Angelo Leo Won via KO (3rd round) N/A
Jan 31, 2024 Romero Duno Antonio Moran Lost via KO (6th round) N/A
Jan 26, 2024 Christian Araneta Arvin Magramo Won via KO (1st round) N/A
Dec 26, 2023 Marlon Tapales Naoya Inoue Loss by KO in the 10th round For the super bantamweight unification
Dec 23, 2023 Arnel Baconaje Jr Magboo Win by KO in the 1st round six-round Super Lightweight bout
Dec 09, 2023 Mark Magsayo Isaac Avelar Win by KO in the 3rd round Super feather debut
Oct 10, 2023 John Vincent Pangga Philip Luis Cuerdo Win by KO in the 1st round eight-round bantamweight bout
Mar 4, 2023 Mark Magsayo Brandon Figueroa Loss by unanimous decision (UD) WBC interim featherweight title fight

Highlights and Notes:

Marlon Tapales's attempt to become the first Filipino undisputed champion ended with a knockout loss to Japanese star Naoya Inoue.

Mark Magsayo had a successful super featherweight debut with a knockout win but later faced a loss to Brandon Figueroa by unanimous decision in their WBC interim featherweight title fight.

Arnel Baconaje and John Vincent Pangga were mentioned to participate in fights for the Philippine super featherweight belt and in a bantamweight bout, respectively.

Carlo Magali was prevented from fighting for a world title by the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) due to the proximity of his last title defense.

Donnie Nietes intensified his training for the mandatory defense of his IBF fly crown against Argentina's Juan Carlos Reveco.