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John Amores loses top once again, strikes three Blazers in on-court melee

Jose Rizal University’s John Amores absolutely lost his cool.

Right at the 3:22-mark of the fourth quarter during the College of Saint Benilde-JRU game, Amores and Chris Flores were down on the floor after a Miguel Oczon triple.

The whistle blew to prevent further chaos. But unfortunately, it was just the beginning.

Amores was pointing at the official before charging towards the Blazers’ bench. Then Mark Sango threw a punch at him but missed.

The missed punch did not stop the Heavy Bomber. He continued the chaos, hitting Jimboy Pasturan and Taine Davis both with a right hand to the face.

Amores was escorted out of the court immediately after all the damage he had done.

It is still unknown whether the game will push through.

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