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San Juan mayor taps MMA legends for youth sports program
San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora teamed up with mixed martial arts (MMA) legends Alvin Aguilar and Garrick Nayo for a youth sports program.
In a Facebook post, Zamora said Aguilar and Nayo will help design the wrestling and MMA training for San Juan’s youth.
The other beneficiaries of the training would be San Juan’s policemen and barangay tanods.
Aguilar, a 30-year veteran of combat sports, is the president of the Wrestling Association of the Philippines and Universal Reality Combat Championship.
Meanwhile, Nayo is a blue belt combat fighter and instructor of Sarian, a Filipino style of street fighting.
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