‘Big’ John McCarthy Will Ref PXC38


Guam – PXC is back with their 38th installment of the Asia-Pacific’s top Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event to be held on August 9th in Guam, USA. PXC has dominated the regional MMA scene with stellar events produced over the last 9 years, and made big news in 2011 with international expansion to the Philippines and a broadcast deal that made PXC one of the top MMA promotions in the world.

PXC-38 is expected to sell out once again with a “new look” production and stacked Fight Card featuring fighters from California, Hawaii, Japan, Thailand, and the Philippines taking on some of Guam’s top MMA talent.

Guam’s highest ranked Bantamweight, Kyle Aguon, is set for the toughest fight of his young career against Hawaii’s top Bantamweight, Russel Doane (8-1). Doane’s only loss of his career is to PXC’s current Bantamweight Champ, Michinori Tanaka, and this bout will establish who gets the next title shot against Tanaka later this year.

After a strong debut win in March, Josh Calvo prepares to face UFC-veteran, Anthony Torres, at 170 pounds. Calvo resides in Seatle, Washington, but has emerged as one of the world’s top Chamorro MMA fighters and hoping to make a big statement against Torres in PXC-38.

After stealing the show at PXC-36 in March, Kailin Curran is back. Representing PXC’s growing female division, Hawaii’s Kailin Curran, taking on Japan’s Emi Matsumoto, a dangerous female MMA veteran from Tokyo, and big test for the young Hawaiian.

PXC-38 also welcomes back Saipan’s top MMA talent, Frank “The Crank” Camacho (10-2), as he returns to the islands to showcase his skills at a leaner 155 pounds against Koshi Matsumoto, recently named one of Japan’s top young Lightweights in Fight & Life Magazine in Tokyo.

More bouts will be announced soon. Stay tuned for more PXC-38 news!

PXC-38 will once again be hosted at The University of Guam Field House in front of thousands of screaming fans, with Doors Opening by 5:30pm on Fridayafternoon.

Tickets go on sale soon at Circle K locations throughout Guam, and online via www.tpiguam.com.

Please visit www.pxc.com.ph for more details and updates, or check us out on Facebook!

Article from a press release.