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He's undefeated but I'll try to make [the first loss] in his career," said Onggocan. "I think he's a hard puncher but I will do my best to win this fight." Olivetti says the German promoter Dominik Junge of Warriors Box Promotion had originally contacted him about facing junior flyweight Lester Abutan, but told them he had a flyweight who could fit the bill. "We talked to each other about if we'll accept the fight, and he told me 'Coach, I want to fight and for sure I will win and shock the German fans,'" said Olivetti. "We watch [Martin's] fight and it's not imposible to win." Olivetti says the fight won't be compromised by Onggocan being included in the list of 70 boxers who had been found to have submitted "fake and tampered" CT scans as part of their Games and Amusements Board licensing measures, saying he'll attend a meeting regarding the matter and submit a new scan. Martin had previously won the German international flyweight, while Onggocan won the IBF youth flyweight belt in Indonesia with a knockout of Iwan Zoda in January. Rene Dacquel (20-6-1, 6 KOs) made it 3 straight in Japan, retaining his OPBF junior bantamweight title for the third time with a close, but unanimous decision win over Hayato Kimura on Wednesday, July 19 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The scores were 117-113, 116-112 and 115-113 for Dacquel, a native of Manabo, Abra, Philippines. Dacquel is managed by Japan's Ryuta Kato. Dacquel says he trained himself for the fight, something he's become accustomed to after having done so for about a dozen of his previous fights. Dacquel had a meet-and-greet with Cainta, Rizal mayor Kit Nieto upon his arrival to the Philippines, and expects to be back in action next February.
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