Gorres-Otieno on May 31

ALA Promotions vice president for events Dennis Cañete announced today that team contingents for the “One More Time” event on May 31 at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino arrives today. The Indonesian team headed by reigning Tanzanian Professional Boxing Commission boss Heri Andrianto touches down at 9:50 AM at the Metro Cebu International Airport, a brief drop in Manila.. Adrianto will see action opposite Jason Pagara of ALA Boxing Gym for the vacant WBO Asia Pacific Youth lightweight title. Pagara debutes under the ALA Gym fold for this fight.

The Kenyan team comprised UBO bantamweight champion Nick “Black Sugar” Otieno and his manager-trainer Paul Otieno arrives 4:30 PM aboard flight QR0533, off from Nairobi, Kenya through Doha, Qatar. In the same 30-hour flight would be Tanzanian Professional Boxing Commission bantamweight top warrior Rashid Ally.

Otieno and Ally figures in the main card for the May-ending face off against reigning IBF Intercontinental super flyweight king Z “The Dream” Gorres and former WBC International super flyweight champion Malcolm “Eagle Eye” Tuñacao, respectively.

Both teams will proceed directly to the Cebu Northwinds Hotel, the premier business hotel in the northside of Cebu City, and their home for the rest of their stay in the city.

Meanwhile, a pre-fight press conference with the full assembly of contending warriors for the “One More Time” power-packed extravaganza will be held at the Golden Cowrie in Lahug at 11:00 AM. The card has been sponsored by the premier entertainment leader Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino and great Oriental food specialist Big Mao at the Crossroads. Big Mao was host to the first press conference of “One More Time” on May 13.

Tickets are available in ALA Gym BTC (4162011), Islands Souvenirs Ayala (2312581) and SM City Cebu (2321906), and Bisaya Ispisyal Ayala (2312376) and SM City Cebu (2320610). More tickets will be available at the Waterfront lobby on May 21. Get your tickets while supply lasts.

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