The "GenSan Assassin" is now in Hawaii for his Much-Awaited Boxing Debut

UNDEFEATED Reymart “GenSan Assassin” Gaballo and his team had arrived already in Honolulu, Hawaii last Nov. 11 for his long-awaited debut in the US slated on November 15.
Gaballo arrived together with his Cuban trainer Moro Fernandez from Miami, Florida while his manager John Ray “JR” Manangquil and Jim Claude Manangquil, CEO of Sanman Promotions, both left Manila and arrived also in Hawaii on the same day…
Gaballo is facing Mexican Ernesto “Monito” Guerrero (27W-21L-0D, 19 KOs) on Nov. 15 at the Hawaii Events Center in Honolulu, Hawaii in the main event of the “Fight Night at the Island” boxing promotion of Filipino international boxing promoter Gabriel “Bebot” Elorde.
 “Reymart is feeling good now and I’m sure boxing fans here are excited to watch the Pinoy boxer” said Jim Claude Manangquil.
They are expected to meet and greet boxing fans, attend a press conference or do a public workout before the official weigh-in on Nov. 14.
The 21-year old Gaballo has an unblemished record of 16 straight wins with 14 knockouts.

Gaballo thanked Sanman Promotions and Elorde for giving him a chance to be showing his talent in front of the boxing fans including the thousands of Filipinos in Hawaii.
Gaballo has been training at the gym of Cuban Coach Moro Fernandez in Miami since December together with three other Sanman boxers – Harmonito “Hammer” dela Torre, and John Vincent “Mulawin” Moralde.
In his previous outing, Gaballo stopped Jerson Luzarito by a 2nd round technical knockout last Dec. 4 at the Robinson’s Mall in Gensan.