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    FEU-La Salle melee details emerge as new video shows Ron Dennison's 'dirty plays' on Ricci Rivero

    Aug 28, 2017

    AS La Salle continued to remain silent on its brawl with Far Eastern University, a new clip surfaced on social media on Monday to shed light on Green Archer Ricci Rivero's role in the melee in a pocket tournament match in Davao last Friday.

    A new clip uploaded by Royce Reyes on Facebook, and sent to SPIN.ph as well, shows a compilation of Ron Dennison's 'dirty plays' on the high flying guard that got Rivero riled up.

    The uploaded clip was 1:58 long and it squeezes in nine separate plays, including another angle of the first video which surfaced, highlighting Dennison’s extra-curriculars on the younger Rivero.

    [See FEU claims La Salle coach Ayo attempted to choke Arvin Tolentino during brawl]

    This includes Dennison locking up the lanky wingman, throwing punches and elbows, and sticking out his foot on Rivero's landing spot on two different occasions.

    It wasn't until Dennison's pair of undercuts on Rivero, which finally prompted the referee to sanction the rough play of the FEU two-guard.

    Aside from the Dennison’s antics, the video finally shed light on what really transpired in the first brawl.

    [See La Salle-FEU match in Davao marred by bench-clearing brawls]

    The final clip showed Barkly Ebona igniting the brawl after throwing the first punch on Prince Rivero. A free-for-all then ensued with the man of the hour, Dennison, making a reappearance from ejection to land a big one on Kib Montalbo's face.

    Dennison earlier said that he was just out there defending his teammates, but recent clips may have proven that he's been involved more times than he wants to admit.

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    Those hits might have prompted Rivero to go on the full offensive on Ebona, which led to the total stoppage of the entire match.

    La Salle is still yet to air its side as of writing time while the Tamaraws have been on the offensive, even claiming that head coach Aldin Ayo may have a hand, figuratively and literally, on the brawl.

    [See New details emerge on Davao melee as Archers stopped from bringing chairs, stick in brawl vs FEU]

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