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Hintsatake and Yallup Score Victories in Toppenish
Story and Photos by Ricardo Ibarra
March 17, 2014


(MAR 17) Corpuz Promotions returned to the Toppenish Community Center in Toppenish, WA, last Saturday night with a nine bout Pro-Am card. Playing to a packed house, the show featured two entertaining amateur women's bouts. The local fight crowd has become very supportive of women's boxing and came out to support two of their favorite fighters.

The well experienced and always entertaining Siagigi Hintsatake, of Warm Springs, Oregon, claimed her second victory over Toppenish's own Jasmine Wong in a three round bout. Hintsatake set the pace early as she pressed her opponent from the outset, swinging away with hard, looping shots. She quickly put her opponent on the defensive with a few well placed overhand rights.

Hintstake (in the Blue) lands a body shot...

While Wong made the fight competitive, engaging her opponent in close, she never seemed to initiate the action and was left trying to counter her opponent's momentum. Hintsatake maintained an aggressive tempo and controlled most of the fight with solid aggression. In the end all three judges saw the fight for Hintsatake. The Oregon native continues to make new fans in the Central Washington state region with her aggressive style and fighting tenacity.

Yallup (orange top) Lands Her Right....

Local favorite Nakota Yallup added another win to her amateur record as she stopped Brittney Aleck in the second round. Yallup took control of the fight from the start, pressing forward and landing at will against Aleck. In the second round Aleck took a series of unanswered combinations, forcing the referee to wisely stop the fight. Yallup looked like a much more improved version since the last time she fought at the venue. Plans are to feature her again in April.

In the evening's main event, local fan favorite Randell Corpuz (5-2-1 2KO's 140 lbs.) kept his winning streak alive as he claimed a tougher than expected unanimous decision win over Ryan Phillips(0-1 140 lbs.). Corpuz came out strong in the opening round, pressing the action and bringing the fight to his taller opponent. Phillips, an MMA fighter making his pro debut in the professional boxing ranks, responded well, firing back with hard, looping shots in close, giving the crowd some wild exchanges.

Corpuz took a measured approach in the second round, pressing with a more methodical attack. Stepping in behind his jab, he capitalized on his opponents large target area, landing hard shots to the body. This forced Phillips to drop his hands more often, giving Corpuz more openings to land his power shots upstairs. In the final seconds of the round a quick left hook sent Phillips to the canvass.

Phillips did not appear to be badly hurt by the late round knockdown, but that didn't stop Corpuz from going for the knockout as soon as the third round began. From the outset he stormed at Philips, drilling him along the ropes with wild three and four punch combinations. Phillips proved his fighting heart, though, fighting back with ferocity. Although he was out-landed in most, if not all exchanges, he made the one sided round a thrilling one.

Corpuz finished out the fight in dominating fashion, pressing the very tired Phillips and landing every time he stepped in close. The final tallies read 40-35, 40-36 and 39-34 all for Corpuz, who now ups his winning streak to three straight.

The win, although harder than expected, was a good one for the developing young fighter. It had been some time since someone had forced him into a good, tough scrap and he responded with intelligence and measured aggression. He is clearly improving his skill level in the gym. He is set to fight again on April 26th.

Six other amateur bouts rounded out the under card.

In a wild swinging heavyweight match-up that left most of the near sell-out crowd screaming, Jordan Gregg took a unanimous decision win over Jesus Chavez. The fight quickly erupted in the first round as both fighters stepped in close and engaged in fierce back-and-forth exchanges. The fight quickly turned into a phone booth type of fight as Gregg began to press his way in close. The range clearly benefited the shorter Gregg as he not only got in close enough to be more effective with his punches, but also stifled his taller opponent's power. A hard right dropped Chavez mid-way through the round. After the referee allowed the action to resume, Gregg quickly closed the distance and dropped his opponent once again, this time with a sharp left hook. Chavez made it out of the round swinging back at his oncoming opponent. The fight continued at a wild pace, with both men having their moments, but it was Gregg that landed with more effective power shots at a more consistent pace. The final 30 seconds turned into an all-out brawl as both stood along the ropes trading wildly, leaving the crowd in a frenzy. All three judges saw the fight for Gregg by scores of 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28.

The most impressive amateur performance of the night belonged to Warm Springs, Oregon's KC Jensen. The young upstart displayed solid boxing skills in what most thought was a clear shutout victory over Blaine Wheeler. Jensen used a solid jab and quick lateral movement to control the fight from range for most of the three round affair. When the opportunity presented itself he would step in close, land a quick combination and then pivot out of the pocket before his opponent could respond with anything of consequence. Although Wheeler gave a good account of himself, pressing forward and giving a solid effort, it was all Jensen as he easily dominated the fight. Two judges had the fight 30- 27 for Jensen while one judge scored the fight a head-scratching 29-28 for Wheeler.

In a three round heavyweight match-up, JB Wong scored a three round split decision over Arnold Aleck. Wong employed a sporadic attack for most of the fight, staying on the outside and stepping in on occasion to land when the opportunity presented itself. Aleck pressed forward for most of the fight, throwing hard shots when he did so, but the difference in hand speed favored Wong and he was able to land first and more often. One judge scored the bout 29-28 for Aleck, while the other two had it for Wong with scores of 29-28 and 30-27.

Wingush Migwans used his greater wingspan to secure a unanimous decision over Tyrone Lawrence in another heavyweight amateur match-up. Migwans kept the fight at range for the most part and controlled the action with a stiff jab and good follow through. The final tallies read 30-27, 29-28, and 30-27

Young novice Omar Chavez used his jab and a good work rate to win his bout against Jonah Goudy. The two youngsters engaged in an entertaining bout, both giving a great account of themselves.

In another entertaining bout between youngsters, Maximus Corpuz won a unanimous decision over David Twinn in a 70 lbs. match. Corpuz pressed for most of the fight and enjoyed a strong hometown support from the many in the crowd that cheered him on.

Corpuz Promotions' next show will take place April 26th at the White Swan Pavilion in White Swan, WA.

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