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Trainer says Pagara boxing ready by December

Twenty-seven year old Southern Leyteño Albert “Prince” Pagara resumed his training with veteran boxing trainer Edmund Villamor at the the Villamor Brothers Gym on October 6, 2021.
Villamor said that Pagara will be ready to fight again in December.
Pagara was one of ALA Gym’s most promising boxers. He won 26 straight fights from 2011 to 2016. He also won the World Boxing Organization Inter-Continental and International Boxing Federation Inter-Continental super bantamweight titles. He lost one fight in an eighth round knockout by Mexican Cesar Juarez in 2016 in San Mateo, California. However, he followed this by winning seven straight fights. Then on December 18, 2020, he beat Virgil Puton by unanimous decision in Mandaue City.
Prince Pagara has a career record of 33 wins and only one loss. Of the 33 wins, 23 of these were won by knockout.

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