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Servania stops compatriot Lulu to claim vacant WBO Asia Pacific belt

Servania stops compatriot Lulu to claim vacant WBO Asia Pacific belt

“Azukal” continues his winning ways in the Land of the Rising Sun

Over the weekend, Genesis “Azukal” Servania (29-0, 12KOs) has claimed the vacant WBO Asia-Pacific belt with a second round stoppage of compatriot Ralph Jhon Lulu (12-2-2) at the Sangyo Hall in Ishikawa, Japan last Saturday.

In a rare all-Filipino showdown in foreign soil, Azukal did not skip a beat as he made quick work of Lulu, stopping him in the second round.

Servania remains undefeated despite an 11 month-hiatus. He adds another title to his resume and his first at the 126-pound division.

Fellow Filipino Ernie Sanchez (17-9-1) scored a knockout win in the undercard. The 25-year old stopped Japanese veteran Hurricane Futa (22-7-1) also in the second round.

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