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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jul 3, 2014

Alwyn Uytingco's 'Beki Boxer' Ends Its Successful Run This Friday Night

ALWYN UYTINGCO is sad that his “Beki Boxer” on TV5 is ending tonight. But he’s happy that it had a good run as the network’s flagship show for several months. “I will forever thank TV5 for giving me the chance to do the lead title role in this show,” he says. “But kahit mawala ito, mapapanood pa rin naman po ako sa ‘Tropa Mo Ko Unli’ every Saturday at sa ‘JasMine’ every Sunday.”

Find out in the conclusion of “Beki Boxer” tonight what happens to Alwyn as the gay boxer Rocky Ponciano. He will be up against in a deadly match with his one true love, Vin Abrenica as Atong. “May lalabas na scandalous video about Rocky, so mabubuko na ba ang kabadingan ng lola nyo?” says Alwyn. “Yun ang abangan nyo at ang laban ko with an international boxer named Chameleon played by a real Hongkong boxer, Rick Tso. Yes, going international na si Beki Boxer.”