Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Posted by BANTAY-SABONG at 6:31 PM
Unknown, But Unmatched
Three Entries Shared 2013 World Slasher Cup-1 Crown
Three darkhorse-entries did not get noticed until the time they already had 7 points each and with one fight to go.
Ending with 8 perfect points apiece to share the crown of the 2013 World Slasher Cup 8-Cock Inviattional Derby are entries MS Summit PT MM JS, Oribello Brothers Gamefarm and Taligaman Warbird/LDI.
This time the early birds did not catch the worms, because no entry from the first day (January 21) entrants hit the jackpot.
MS Summit PT MM JS of Mark Salazar easily breezed through the 2nd eliminations in January 22 beating GA RG Eryle and Patrick Antonio’s Sagupaan Complexor 3000, while, on the same day La Union’s Sonny, Rudy & Conrad Oribello (Oribello Brothers Gamefarm) won over Blue Angels Zabong-I and Triple F KOB/Voyagers for their tickets to the semis.
Vergil Ali Intino of Butuan City (Taligaman Warbird/LDI) drew first blood on the third day of the preliminaries lording it over entries MRV Killer Elite & Victoria Or. Mindoros and and Rawlandz Stock Farm.
The three eventual heroes silently crawled through the semi-finals overshadowed by the more popular bets being watched by the aficionados.
On January 27, during the championships, the 3 victors were among the only 30 undefeated entries with 19 4-pointers and 11 with 3.5 points to battle for the crown.
MS Summit PT MM JS was the first to seal a victory by winning over entries Anonymous, Gerry Espina’s Mt. Panamao, Sagupaan Mite Free and the anchored with a classic against Eliong Gonzaga Hiwaii - 1
Oribello Brothers Gamefarm kept everyone asking whose entry it is just after finishing three opponents (BM Sabongch.Com, Eliong Gonzaga Hiwaii & SF Archers Balite), then ended with an exclamation point by annihilating Zaldy Sandoval’s Lucky Charm ZS in 25 seconds.
Vergil Ali Intino was unheard of in the big leagues until he had already seven wins via his entry Taligaman Warbirds/LDI disposing Lucky Charm ZS, BM Sabongch.Com, Gameboy and Engr. Tony Marfori’s Swing TM JR.
Posted by BANTAY-SABONG at 5:20 PM