PRODIGAL boxer Nathan Bolcio returns to the ring anew after almost six months of absence for another staging of the "Great Fights at the Heights" on July 18 at the La Trinidad Municipal gym.

Bolcio, the country's number 15 junior bantamweight fighter, will be among the three main events staged by Raffy Panagan Sports Promotion. The Kapangan boxer will square off against Valenzuela City's Mike Romulo in 10 rounds.

Also in the main event is Javier Malulan, the country's number 14 junior bantamweight from Atok, Benguet and is set to face Samuel Apuya, a promising boxer from Bangued, Abra and is also ranked in the top 20 of the junior bantamweight category.

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Malulan a 22-year-old fighter, holds a 12-win, six-loss record with seven of his victories coming by way of knockout.

All eyes will be on Amor Tino, the country's junior lightweight number six as he squares off against Dante Paulino of Angeles City, who is currently the country's number six lightweight boxer, in the event sanctioned by the Games and Amusement Board.

Tino, who hails from Bokod in Benguet province, is a former World Boxing Organization interim Asia Pacific Youth super featherweight champion.

In the supporting events, upcoming boxer Lionel Mark Duran squares off with Wilbur Andugan while Frederex Rodriguez takes on Climer Mendoza.

Both fights will be an eight rounder for the 108 and 112 lbs respectively.

Three curtain raisers will also see action in the July 18 square off with Ivan Rodriguez taking on Nardo Jandayan in a four-round boxing match while Joksan Nimenio and Benjie Bartolome will also see action in the event backed by Benguet Representative Ronald Cosalan.

Also in the curtain raiser is Crison Omayao taking on Mark Ian Rojas in six rounds of boxing in the event also supported by Benguet Governor Nestor Fongwan and La Trinidad Mayor Greg Abalos.