Pacific X-treme Combat 35
Renante MinaMonday, February 18, 2013 8 comments

     Pacific Xtreme Combat (sometimes stylized as Pacific X-treme Combat) also known as PXC, was established in 2004 on the US island territory of Guam, and since then, has set the pacific region on fire showcasing the highest level of MMA action on a consistent basis. Owned and operated by the Calvo family, PXC is a Tropical Productions company and has produced over 33 professional events and over 30 amateur shows in Guam, where MMA is a mainstream sport. In early 2011, PXC partnered with Manila’s TV5 'AKTV' channel, the latter's premier free-to-air sports channel. Owned by Filipino Tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan, AKTV and its sister companies are growing rapidly as the most aggressively innovative media companies in the Philippines.

PXC 35

Photo credit to PXC

Our experienced during the fight

     Finally, I’m so excited to watch because I’m an avid fan of mix martial arts and to learn any kind of martial arts is one of my bucket list. Every time my friend Gab invite me to watch extreme combat as always it has conflict with the schedule but this time I assure that I can come to his invitation; this was my first time and watched it live,

My friends serious watching the fight

     PXC 35 is set last February 16, 2013, the fight held at Ynares Sports Arena Pasig City. Harris Sarmiento defend his lightweight title to Isaiah Ordiz and the main event of the fight PXC 35.

     At the Ynares I can feel the intensity of the crowd in the arena, when the fighters take down each other or knockout/submission their opponent, and the fight is unpredictable because one of the fighter was bloody because he has a cut on his eyebrow. The doctor always has to check if he will stop the fight but they still, they continue. Fortunately the guy who was bloody won via submission (rear naked choke).

     Ring girls were crowd favorite especially to Abby Poblador vixen FHM model everytime she ramp at the octagon ring, everyone was whistling when the video camera focus on her.

Main event fight
Photo credit to PXC

 The main event

During the fight of the main event


 Sarmiento win by Submission (Kimura) in Round 1
Interview to Harris Sarmiento

Aching to redeem himself, Fil-Am Harris Sarmiento did it in convincing fashion Saturday night.

Showing up with a polished ground skill that caught everyone by surprise, Sarmiento made short work of challenger Isaiah Ordiz via kimura submission in the first round to retain his Pacific X-Treme Combat lightweight title in PXC 35 at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.

Reeling from a stunning first-round defeat inflicted by 145-pound artist Mark Striegl last November, Sarmiento, 29, immediately asserted his dominance, taking down Ordiz with relative ease before forcing him to tap at the 4:27 mark of the opening round.

“After the last loss (against Striegl), I got back to the gym and was hungry (to get a victory),” stated Sarmiento, who improved his win-loss record to 36-24. “This was the chance right here.

Known as “The Hitman” for his accurate boxing skills, Sarmiento dug deep into his bag of tricks and delivered with aplomb.

“You know what, a fight is a fight. There’s always a game plan for a fight, and for some reason, this was the game plan,” stated the Ilocos Norte native. “I just wanted to play it smart. I just took advantage of an opening and once I brought him to the ground, I knew I could finish the fight right away.”

Giving Sarmiento added motivation was the presence of Striegl from the stands. And all signs are pointing for a much-awaited rematch.

“Where’s you, Mark?  Who wants to see it for a second time?” Sarmiento offered as fans responded with wild cheers. Yahoo Sports

Celebrities at the Ynares 

After the fight

Japeth "PBA Player"

Alex "PBA player"

Michelle "actress"

Erica "Host"

Ale Cali (right) PXC Flyweight Champion

Fighters latest records:

PXC Lightweight Champion
Nick Name: The Hitman
Association: 808 Top Team
Height: 5'6" (168cm)
Weight: 155lbs (71kg)
Birth Date: 1983-09-09
City: Kaneohe, Hawaii
Country: United States
MMA Record: 36 - 24 – 0

Name:  Isaiah Ordiz
Nick Name: Ice
Association: Hevtek United
Height: 6'1
Weight: 161lbs:
Country: Philippines
MMA Record: 6 - 1 – 0

PXC 35 Results

Harris Sarmiento def. Isaiah Ordiz via Submission (Kimura) in Round 1
Louis Smolka  def. Alvin Cacdac via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in Round 3
Troy Bantiag def. Tony Reyes via TKO (Punches) in Round 1
Chuji Kato def. Egon Racz via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in Round 1
Dario Banario def. Joseph Mercado via Unanimous Decision
Zebaztian Kadestam def. Ronald Jhun via TKO (Leg Kicks) in Round 1
Ernesto Montilla Jr. def. Ruel Catalan via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in Round 2
Miguel Mosquera def. Steve Grandeza via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in Round 2
Glen Ranillo def. Mark Billena via Submission (Armbar) in Round 1

PXC 36

Next Event: March 8, 2013, Mangilao Guam
Photo credit to PXC


TheKidWanderer said... time gusto ko sumama dito.

Manong Unyol said...

oo sir next time sana makapunta ka hehehe libre pa nman kmi ticket hehehe :)

joanne said...

Hindi ko na pinanuod yun vids kasi hindi talaga ako fan ng mga ganyang sports, haha. So yun main event, round 1 lang tapos na? Haha. Na-enjoy mo ba yun fights o yung pag-rampa nun mga round girls ang inabangan mo? Haha. Joke! Grabe, nagmukha kayong midgets sa laki nun PBA player.

Manong Unyol said...

oo rouund 1 tapos na submission ginawa niya, ehem rounds girls buhay n buhay ang dugo ng mga tao hahaha vixen FHM ba nman hahaha... nuod ka din dun dami abs hahaha.... 6'9" ata yung c japeth kaya sobrang tanggap tska huwag mo nman sabhinn midgets para nmang sinabi mo na para kming si dagul hehehe

joanne said...

Ay! Gusto ko yang abs na yan! Sige, sama ko next time.. Hahahaha

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