Genesis Servania floors Indonesian foe in first PH bout since 2015
MANILA, Philippines – In his first fight in the Philippines since 2015, Genesis Servania delighted his countrymen with his punching power.
Servania (31-1-0, 14 knockouts) decked Indonesia' Jason Butar Butar (27-24-1, 18 KOs) in the 5th round of their Survival Instinct: Matira Matibay featherweight bout at the SM City North EDSA Skydome on Sunday, May 13.
Aggressive from the get-go, the 26-year-old unleashed a nasty left shot to the body that left Butar Butar grimacing in pain with 56 seconds left in the 5th round.
Genesis “Kashimi” Servania lands a left hand haymaker to the body for a KO win over Indonesia’s Jason Butar Butar with 2:04 minutes in the 5th round. #ESPN5LiveBoxing || via @dioquinodelfin pic.twitter.com/IIhCFtFZqP— Rappler Sports (@RapplerSports) May 13, 2018
"Kashimi," who challenged for the World Boxing Organization featherweight title last year, already scored a knockdown in the same round before delivering the finishing blow on Butar Butar.
Earlier, Marvin Sonsona returned from a 3-year hiatus and pulled off a 6-round unanimous decision win over Indonesia's Arief Blader. – Rappler.com