Next fight of Mark Magsayo is not determined yet.
According to preliminary information, the WBC is going to oblige the newly crowned WBC featherweight champion Mark Magsio (24-0, 16 KOs) meet Ray Vargas. Magsio won the belt last Saturday, defeating the long-reigning but heavily inactive Gary Russell Jr. (31-2, 18 KOs) in Atlantic City, USA.
“My dream came true,” said the new WBC featherweight champion Mark Magsio. “This has been my dream since childhood. I am very proud that I am now a champion. A big thank you to the Filipino fans for their support."
“I think I have a torn tendon in my right shoulder,” said the former WBC featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr. in the ring after losing a title Marcu Magsio. - I haven't entered the ring for almost two years. That's what real champions do. I wanted to get into the ring and show my superiority despite the injury and all that. I did so, and I gave him a boxing lesson. The whole fight I taught him a boxing lesson. I hit with clean punches of choice. I couldn't use my right hand, but I was still able to throw effective punches and hit him at will."
WBC Featherweight Mandatory Challenger Mark Magsio (24-0, 16 KOs) defeated Gary Russell Jr. (31-2, 18 KOs) and took the championship title from him in the main event of the evening at the Borgata Hotel arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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