Born May 19th 1985, orthodox fighter Rey Labao started his career in July 2004 at the age of 19 and has now been pro for 9 years, fighting a total of 31 times. He started his best winning streak on July 2004 however, this came to an end on August 2006. In this period he won a total of 12 fights.
Labao proved he was made for the pro ranks in his debut against Leonard Dagdagen, becoming the first person in Dagdagen's 0 fights to stop him. The fight ended in round 2 of 4. Following on from his debut, Labao continued his mostly successful career by fighting in a further 16 fights. In this time he fought Joebar Damosmog, Sung-kook Kim and Jeffrey Onate to name just a few, fighting 3 times in 2004, 5 times in 2005 and 8 times through 2006, 2007 and 2008 in this period.
Labao then went on to fight and beat Marlon Galicia on April 29th, 2005 maintaining his unbeaten record. Continuing his career, Labao fought Marlon Galicia in 2005 over 6 rounds. Labao was the 2nd person to go the distance with Marlon Galicia. 7 wins followed where Labao went on to be the 6th person to stop Roberto Moreno, 7th person to stop Roberto Moreno (Round 2 TKO) and 3rd person to defeat Sung-kook Kim.
The first defeat of Labao's career came against Hero Bando on November 11th, 2006. This took his career record to 12-1-0. Coming into the fight with high confidence Labao fought his next fight against Hero Bando on November 11th, 2006. Unfortunately, Labao was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 12-1-0. Labao's win streak of 12 rose to 19 following 7 wins against boxers such as Michael speed Sigarlaki, Leonardo Doronio, Jeffrey Onate and 4 others.
Will Tomlinson was next in line for Labao where unfortunately, he was defeated on November 27th, 2010 taking his record to 19-4-0. Labao fought and lost to Will Tomlinson. Labao was the 3rd person to go the distance with this opponent. 2 wins followed taking Labao's winning streak to 21 wins.
On March 4th, 2012, Labao was in action again with a win via KO against Jay Solmiano taking his mostly successful record to 22-4-0. Labao was the first person to stop Jay Solmiano and he did it in the 1st round via KO. 3 wins followed where Labao went on to fight Giovani Rota and Taisho Ozawa amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Pushing his career further, Labao fought Daiki Koide on December 1st, 2013 adding to his winning record. Labao was the 6th person to beat Daiki Koide where he showed his talent as a technical boxer, beating him over 10 rounds in his 30th professional fight.
Rey Labao added another win to his record by beating Rodel Wenceslao on May 3rd, 2014, upping his record to 26 wins. Labao beat Rodel Wenceslao in the 5th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Labao was the 3rd fighter to stop Wenceslao.