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Sangiao insists Team Lakay still on-time in training as hectic March looms

Team Lakay will have a busy summer ahead. Dennis Acosta
By Ivan Saldajeno

QUEZON CITY—Team Lakay will have a very busy March ahead.

Stephen Loman will be the first in line as he defends his Brave bantamweight belt against Elias Boudegzdame at Brave 22: Storm of Warriors on March 15 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay as well as Jeremy Pacatiw.

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Later in the month, it will be Eduard Folayang, Kevin Belingon, and Danny Kingad's turn to fight as they will travel to Tokyo for One: A New Era on March 31.

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You can even add Joshua Pacio to the mix as he is set to face Yosuke Saruta again this April.

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And right now, Coach Mark Sangiao is dealing with overseeing his fighters' training simultaneously.

But for him, he is fine with it.

"We've been doing this for many years, kaya sanay na sanay tayo sa ganyang style at sistema," Sangiao said on Thursday in a special press conference called by Team Lakay at the Gloria Maris Restaurant inside Gateway Mall.

He even insisted that Loman, Folayang, Belingon, and Kingad's are still on-time in terms of their training.

"Naka-program na lahat yan, so walang problema," Sangiao further said.

Despite of this, he added that they are not rushing things.

"Kung lumagpas tayo, baka ma-burnout sila," Sangiao added.

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