Masuwerte po ako at napadalhan agad ng balita ng NFGB, tungkol sa grand finals
bukas, Huwebes, Dec. 6.
Salamat sa masipag at mabait na executive director ng NFGB, Mr. Arnel Anonuevo.
Sir, isa kang malaking asset ng NFGB.
Sa mga hindi nakakaalam, mula po nang simulan ang Bakbakan ay nandiyan na si Mr.
Anonuevo at masasabi ko na isa sa brilliant minds behind Bakbakan.
NFGB 'Bakbakan' champ known today, Thursday, Dec. 6
Thousands of cockfight aficionados converge at the 17,000 – seat Smart Araneta Coliseum as the record –breaking “NFGB National Bakbakan 11 – Stag Derby” grand championship unfolds today.
Organized by the influential National Federation of Gamefowl Breeders ( NFGB ), the 2012 ‘Bakbakan’ surpassed all existing records in terms of crowd attendance and number of entries registered said NFGB president Ricoy Palmares Jr.
Thirty –seven gamefowl breeders with 7 – 0 ( win –loss ) cards each will see action in today’s 4- stag finals ( 74 fights ) beginning at 2 p.m. Six Toyota Hi -Lux will also be raffled at 9 pm for the lucky entry participants.
The NFGB in partnership with Thunderbird Romoxtyl will award to the fastest win champion a handcrafted masterpiece trophy made by Zandro Castrillo, a renowned brass sculpturist.
The title contenders: defending champion Allan Siaco, Alexander John Alea, JP Briones, Harold Harsy and Alex de Guzman of Batangas, Rod Manuel, Manny Castillo, Peping Ricafort and Honorato Domingo of Bulacan, Vice Mayor Jojo Calderon of Cagayan Valley ( two entries ), Arman Santos and Doc Ayong Lorenzo, Muroy Dolorico and Isagani Ulan of Laguna, BJ Sun of Central Visayas, N. Niernas and Matutum Blues of Socsargen, Boy Asoy of Nueva Ecija, Dr. Lasutaz of Zamboanga;
Vic Lacsao,Tito Reyes and Gen Martin of Negros Occidental, Bong Artajos and Eric Ong of Ilocos, Vice Gov. Kulit Alcala of Quezon Province, Homer Salgado, Yoac Estrella, Marco Victorio and Radie Osano of Panay Islands, Florante Raspado of Isabela, Manny Aguisanda of Cavite, Rey Briones of Bicol, Patrick Munda of Mindanao, Rolly Bautista of Baguio, Eddie Mascarina, Joel Baneras and Manoling Castelo of Rizal.